Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Black Lives Matter? Black Leaders in 44% Black Philadelphia Beg For a Ceasefire and an End to Black on Black Shootings

Keep marching and chanting "Black Lives Matter." 

Please. 


Keep going on television and blaming white people (white privilege, structural inequality, and implicit bias) for all of the misery in the black community. 

Just keep marching and chanting it over and over and over again. [Black male leaders call for cease-fire to halt city shootings, Philadelphia Tribune, 9-18-18]:

Gun violence has scarred John Solomon. 
One scar runs nearly 6 inches up Solomon’s left tricep toward his shoulder, the result of surgery after a bullet struck him on its way into his chest when he was 15. 
Never forget: in 44 percent black Philadelphia, the black population is responsible for almost all violent crime
“But the true reminder is inside of me,” Solomon said as he stood at the intersection of West Huntington and North Chadwick streets in North Philadelphia on Monday. 
“It’s not a physical thing,” the 26-year-old added. “It’s the trauma that I went through. It’s the trauma: That’s the biggest reminder.” 
With shootings on the rise in the city, Solomon joined a coalition of Black men and community groups — along with Philadelphia Sheriff Jewell Williams — who called for a cease-fire and halt to the shootings. 
“We are in a crisis, particularly the African-American community,” said Bilal Qayyum, founder and president of the Father’s Day Rally Committee. 
The city has logged 234 homicides this year as of Sunday, an increase of 8 percent from the same time in 2017, according to the Philadelphia Police Department’s online database. 
About 84 percent of those killed have been overwhelmingly Black: 177 Black men and 20 Black women, according to a police spokesman. 
Through Sunday, there also had been 1,193 shooting incidents with 961 shooting victims among them, said the police spokesman. 
One of the most recent shootings happened at the location of the press conference; a 32-year-old man was shot and killed there last week. 
A makeshift memorial — a photo, balloons, candles and stuffed animals — sat at the base of a telephone pole nearby. 
Resident Taaj Hall, 30, said that man was his long-time friend, Earl McCormick. 
Philadelphia police did not respond to a request to confirm the identity of the man who was killed. 
“People are dying; people are losing their life,” Hall said. “You can’t get your life back. You can’t push replay. You can’t get it back, so we need some people to care to get together to try to stop it (gun violence).” 
Williams, the sheriff, said he and groups have been working for years to reduce gun violence, “but the message is just not getting there.” 
“So we’re calling on people to talk it out, and don’t shoot it out,” Williams said.Mell Wells, president of One Day at a Time, said Black communities have to admit there is a problem. 
“It’s time to start raising hell about what we’re doing to one another,” he said. “About these babies who are dying in our street. … we’ve got to start ... putting down the guns and start helping out one another by watching each others’ back.” 
Terry Starks, founder and executive director of the Urban Crisis Response Center, said neighborhoods need more community organizing, community engagement and youth programs. 
“Once the community comes out, then — like I said, aunties and uncles comes out — a lot of times guys aren’t going to do dumb stuff because their family is out,” Starks said. 
Qayyum said the coalition will initiate jobs projects and programs to encourage the proliferation of Black-owned businesses before the end of the year with the goal of reducing gun violence. 
After wielding guns himself in his youth and spending five years in jail, Solomon co-founded Endangered Kind, a community group that he co-runs that addresses issues in the neighborhood. 
Solomon said North Philadelphia neighborhood was in a “state of survival,” where residents were fearful and many carry guns because of that fear. 
“When I wake up and come out here, I just know it’s danger,” he said. “There’s good things about the neighborhood, but you can’t deny the fact that it’s dangerous out here.” 
Solomon said he believed there remains a disconnect between community leaders and those causing the violence. 
“We haven’t been effective at being proactive,” Solomon said. 
“We can come to a rally or press conference, it doesn’t take any work to do that,” he added. “You know: Somebody gets killed, we come out here and we speak. That’s easy; that’s the easy part. But to actually be proactive and connect with these guys on a personal level to even begin to have a chance to stop the issue, that’s a whole other ballgame.”
Black community leaders in Philadelphia are begging blacks to stop killing and shooting one another, but it doesn't seem too many black people are paying attention.

Sunday, September 23, 2018

Black Lives Matter? At Birthday Party in Chicago for Black Man Murdered [by Black Male] in 2017, Three Blacks Shot by Black Male

Previously on SBPDL: Black Lives Matter? At Back to School Peace Party in Chicago, Blacks Open Fire on Black People, Wounding Three


Keep marching and chanting "Black Lives Matter." 

Please. 

Just keep marching and chanting it over and over and over again. [Three shot at birthday party for man killed in 2017: 'Why they gotta shoot her when her baby is in her hands?', Chicago Tribune, 9-22-18]:
Killed more than a year ago, Clarence Hart looked on in 2D as police taped off the block where a shooting wounded his young daughter’s mother and two others attending his birthday party Friday night in Englewood. 
The mother was holding their child when she was shot, family said.
Propped up against a metal fence post on the west side of Carpenter Street, Hart, immortalized on cardboard wearing a red-sleeved polo shirt, ripped denim shorts and bright white sneakers, held a liquor bottle in his left hand and gestured with his right. 
It was his birthday-anniversary party, and he came prepared. 
Trampled curls of white ribbon flitted over the street, blown by the light wind. 
Dozens of people had shown up to the party, witnesses said. 
Around 10:55 p.m. Friday, a gunman shot into the crowd. Bullets hit people standing on the sidewalk and the 7300 block of South Carpenter Street, police said. 
A 22-year-old woman shot in her chest was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital, where she was in serious condition early Saturday. A 27-year-old man, a relative of Hart’s, according to those who knew him, was wounded in the right leg. He was taken to University of Chicago Medical Center and stabilized. Also taken to the university hospital was a 24-year-old woman shot in the right torso and left leg, leaving her in serious condition. 
As Area South detectives started their investigation, family members of the man and woman taken to University of Chicago gathered around the emergency room and a building nearby. 
The 24-year-old woman’s mother, Jewel Maddox, said she had just gotten home from work. She hadn’t even changed out of her CTA uniform when she heard about her daughter. She was initially told her daughter went to another hospital, and when she finally got to the right place, her daughter was in surgery, Maddox said. 
Maddox walked outside, closed her eyes and leaned her back against the building, tears leaving shiny trails on her cheeks. 
“Why they gotta shoot her when her baby is in her hands?” Maddox asked. 
At the scene, a woman said she had been on the west side of the street, several houses north of the shooter, who opened fire from the south end of the block. 
“It just happened too fast,” the woman said. “I turned around and I saw him standing there.” 
She saw the gun in his hand, and she ran, north on the block to the house where her aunt lives. The other partygoers ran, too, some of them pushing and trampling her as they fled, she said. She hesitated to provide her name, given the apparent conflict. 
“I don’t want to be in the midst of anything,” she said. “I don’t know what they got going on, but I will not be back.” 
By the time she went back outside, the ambulances had come and gone, leaving behind only police and a few citizens. 
The cardboard cutout of Hart was at the south end of the scene, just outside the tape. At the north end, the woman mingled with a handful of lingering partygoers. 
She grew up on the block with Hart, she said, and though both had since moved away, they remained rooted in the block. 
“We’re all like family,” she said. “We all grew up together. Each house, everyone knows everyone.” 
Another woman, who said she’d lived in the house north of the cutout for 25 years, put on a puffy jacket and walked out her front door to lean over her fence. The many gunshots woke her up, and she was still waiting for her daughter to come home. 
On a March evening in 2017, Hart was killed on his block in the West Englewood neighborhood, the Tribune reported. Then 29, he lived on the 6500 block of South Claremont Avenue, according to the Cook County medical examiner's office. He’d been in a car when someone shot him in the chest, and was pronounced dead about a half-hour later at Mount Sinai Hospital, the Tribune reported. 
About an hour after Friday’s shooting, a man walked over and picked up the cardboard version of Hart, then carried it up porch steps into one of the houses.
Black. Lives. Matter.

Right?

Friday, September 21, 2018

Her Name is Wendy Martinez: Out Jogging in Washington DC, White Woman Stabbed To Death by Black Man Who "Does Not Like White People"

A white woman went out jogging in Washington DC. 

She was stabbed by a black man multiple times, ultimately stumbling into a takeout restaurant where the 35-year-old Wendy Martinez would succumb to her injuries. 

Initially, police said it was a "random" attack in a "very safe neighborhood," but it turns out Wendy's murder wasn't so random after all.[Logan Circle jogger's murder may have been racially motivated: Investigators are looking into the possibility that Martinez's murder might have been "racially motivated" because Crawford "does not like white people.", WUSA9.com, 9-21-18]:
WASHINGTON -- The murder of a recently engaged 35-year-old woman who was jogging near her home may have been racially motivated, investigators said. 
Wednesday, 23-year-old Anthony Crawford of Northwest D.C. was arrested in the stabbing death of Wendy Martinez. 
Wendy Martinez, while out on a jog in a "safe" neighborhood in Washington DC, was stabbed to death by a black man who "does not like white people."
Crawford was found by police at a park on 14th Street and Girard and was brought in for questioning late Wednesday night, a day after 35-year-old Wendy Karina Martinez was stabbed while jogging only blocks away from her home in the Logan Circle area approaching the corner of P Street and 11th Street in Northwest D.C. 
It was a picture-perfect night to be outdoors, with temperatures in the 70s and clear skies. As Martinez approached the intersection, people across the street were outside on a restaurant patio, enjoying dinner.  
It was then that Martinez was stabbed in what police believe was "more than likely" a random attack. It was an "unprovoked attack" and there is no information to suggest that it was a robbery.  
It was concluded that Martinez was stabbed seven times, twice in the head and once in the face around the right side of the neck near the carotid artery.  
Martinez's stab wounds were very serious, and she made her way into a nearby Chinese restaurant after the attack. 
Surveillance video from the restaurant, which we are not showing due to its graphic nature, shows the woman coming inside the restaurant covered in blood. She appears to be talking to the customers inside before she collapses. 
DC Police Chief Peter Newsham said a nurse in close proximity attempted life-saving efforts before emergency crews arrived. 
Martinez was transported to the hospital where she was pronounced dead at 8:23 p.m. A medical examiner determined her death was caused by multiple stab wounds.  
Crawford was arrested Wednesday night and charged with first-degree murder while armed in connection with the stabbing. Police said he did not cooperate with investigators, however, they are confident they have the right person. 
Police say evidence collected several blocks away from the stabbing included a knife covered in "fresh blood," a mustard colored sweatshirt with possible blood on it and a blood trail that was observed leaving the scene.  
In addition to the items listed above, police also collected an umbrella and white socks with possible blood on them.  
The suspect does have a criminal background, however, there is no indication of any violence in his criminal past, according to authorities. Police will continue to comb through his background. 
Investigators are looking into the possibility that Martinez's murder might have been “racially motivated” because Crawford “does not like white people.” A source also said that Crawford has a history of mental illness and K2 addiction. K-2, also known as "spice", is a synthetic marijuana that is banned in the U.S. 
Both DC Police Chief Newsham and Mayor Bowser said they were able to make an arrest so quickly thanks to the efforts made by the community and authorities. Martinez's family released the following statement Wednesday night, however did not speak during a press conference on Thursday.  
“We are deeply saddened by this senseless tragedy. Wendy Karina Martinez was the light of our lives. Not only was she an avid runner, but she was a devout Christian, a wonderful friend, and a driven professional. Everything you hope that a daughter and a friend could be. She was also excited to be planning her upcoming wedding to her fiancé, Daniel Hincapie. They were engaged just last week.” 
Chief Newsham said it appears this was an isolated attack in an otherwise safe area.  
"This is a very isolated incident, you don't see crimes like this very often. It's very unlikely that this occurred here at the intersection," Chief Newsham said.  
Martinez's family and friends held a vigil for her at 7 p.m. Thursday at Logan Circle.
Her mother, Cora Martinez, has already forgiving the black murderer of her daughter. [Mom of Jogger Stabbed to Death in D.C. Says She Has 'No Hate' for Her Daughter's Killer, People.com, 9-20-18]:
“My heart has no room for hate, has no room for resentfulness,” Cora Martinez said during a news conference held on Thursday. 
“We believe in the greatest judge and the ultimate person that is going to give what is deserved, so I am asking my family to do the same. Let it go.” 
“Wendy is at peace, she is happy and we want to follow that example,” Cora said.
Wendy is not at peace. 

She is dead, murdered by a black man who "does not like white people."

Her name is Wendy Martinez. 

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Black-Run America (BRA) in Action: Head of Air Combat Command (White Male) Complains Air Force Fighter Squadrons are Too White

Previously on SBPDL: Off We Go, Into the Wild Blue Yonder... Air Force Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria Doubles Down on Anti-White Stance AFTER Anti-Black Hate Crime Exposed as Fake


The United States of America Air Force has complete domination of the skies across the world. Unfortunately, only 1.9 percent of Air Force pilots are black, which makes the USA's global domination of the skies irrelevant. [Air Force Wants to Halt Pilot Attrition by Appealing to Sense of Community, Military.com, 9-18-18]:
The U.S. Air Force is trying new initiatives to sustain and build its pilot ranks, including a unique fly-only track within Air Mobility Command, bonus incentives and preferred basing. 
The fighters pilots of the Air Force are just too white, according to the white male who is the head of Air Combat Command...
But another element the service wants to build on? Trust. 
"We have asked them to do a lot over 25 years," said Gen. Mike Holmes, head of Air Combat Command. He spoke during a panel addressing the service's pilot shortage at the Air Force Association Air, Space and Cyber conference. 
The panel also included Lt. Gen. Scott Rice, director of the Air National Guard, and Gen. Maryanne Miller, head of Air Mobility Command, who was most recently the head of the Air Force Reserve. 
"I think the momentum is building. In Air Combat Command, we're flying more. … My preferred technique is to keep you busy flying. But I want you to trust us," Holmes said. 
He pointed to Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson and Chief of Staff Gen David Goldfein's vision to reduce additional and miscellaneous duties that take airmen away from their primary jobs. 
Miller said she expects to hear from more airmen on flight lines as she travels in her new role to AMC bases in coming months. 
"I hope to get that feedback. My gut says we haven't broken trust," she said. "[But] are we busy? We are busier than we've ever been. Is that demand signal going to slow down? The answer is it is not going to slow down. We're going to have to prioritize the training versus getting the mission done versus building that [downtime] with your families. We've got work to do." 
She said AMC is responsible for roughly 40 percent of the Air Force's pilot attrition each year, contributing to the service's overall pilot shortage. The bonus take rate has not seen a spike either, she said. 
"The economy is looking for you," Holmes said to airmen in the room, referencing the recent airline hiring boom. He said airline hiring efforts are the biggest factor that drives pilot retention and production problem in the services. 
Twenty-five years of continuous combat have made Air Force fliers the "best the world has ever seen," Holmes said. 
But that doesn't mean there isn't room for improvement. 
The composition of flight squadrons needs to reflect the entire U.S. population, he said. Squadrons today, particularly fighter squadrons, are still mostly composed of white males, something that must change to reflect the country's demographics, he added. 
While the pilot shortage remains less of a problem in the Guard, "the crisis is coming," Rice said. 
"I can't offer you the compensation that Delta Airlines can," Holmes said. "What we can offer you is a life of meaning and purpose. I want you to feel like you are a part of a community … the squadron is the place where that community exists."
How dare white males excel in pilot training, graduate at the top of their class and volunteer to put their lives on the line to protect the United States!

White males need to just get of the way, abandon the cockpit, and turn protecting the skies over to America's emerging non-white population. 

Black-Run America (BRA) tragically personified in one story, illustrating why the USA is irredeemable.