It is said lightning never strikes twice in the same place. Seattle and St. Louis might be separated by hundreds of miles, but lightning has found a steady ally in the right fist of Black people when it is aimed squarely in the direction of white people.
It wasn't that long ago that a blind white woman in Seattle was on the receiving end of a Black persons best impersonation of Pistol Honda from Punch Out. They happened to be on a bus, just like a recent altercation that occurred between a white person and a Black persons fists:
"A student on a Belleville West High School bus was beaten for his choice of seat, not because he was white, according to a witness and police.Like the Seattle incident where a Black person beat a blind white woman, this time a white boy was beaten by a Black person for daring to sit next to him. Have you not heard of this story? Here is more from that same story about the St. Louis bus beaten:
"The incident appears now to be more about a couple of bullies on a bus dictating where people sit," said Belleville Police Capt. Don Sax, who originally said Monday's attack may have been racially motivated.
D'Vante Lott, 16, said he was on the bus and witnessed the attack by the two black students.
The victim walked onto the bus, looking for an open seat, but students kept turning him down, as D'Vante said happened often with this student.
But Monday, the victim apparently tired of asking for a seat, D'Vante said, moved one student's book-bag off a seat, and just sat down."
"But the second assailant was just trying to act tough, D'Vante said. "The second guy hit him because he wanted to hit him," he said.
D'Vante didn't think the attacks were racially motivated.
"Nobody even knows the kid," D'Vante said. "He's a quiet dude."
"They usually let him sit down," he continued.
Meanwhile, D'Vante said, the bus driver did little. "He kept driving. All he said was 'Sit Down.'"
Later, D'Vante said, the victim tried to take a picture of his face with a phone, but he couldn't get a good picture, so he asked someone else to do it for him.
The school suspended the two attackers for 10 days today, pending an expulsion hearing, and suspended three bystanders, including D'Vante, for five days for laughing at the incident, D'Vante and his mother said the principal told them.
D'Vante's mother, Shenico Greer, was very upset outside Belleville West this afternoon, as she picked up her son.
"He was not in the fight!" Greer said.
"Everybody on that bus, mostly, was laughing and standing up," she said.
She said her son even helped the victim after the attacks, picking up his glasses and asking him if he was OK.
Greer also didn't think the attack was racially motivated.
"There are other white children who sit with black children," she said."So, like the bus fight in Seattle, this bus fight in St. Louis was just an isolated incident that had the misfortune of including white people at the receiving end of Black peoples fury. Remember, we live in a Black world now, and this is only part of the undeclared war on white people that Black people refuse to acknowledge is being waged by them on all remnants of Pre-Obama America.
These beatings of white people on buses, which are beginning to migrate east, are only one aspect of that war on Pre-Obama America.
In those days, Black people were forced to sit in the back of the bus until Rosa Parks was taught how to be an agent for change by her white enablers. She helped bring about equality in the seating of all people on public transportation.
However, in THE AGE OF OBAMA, white people aren't even allowed to sit on a bus, least they be prepared to endure the consequences of their revolutionary act of violating Black peoples space.
Interestingly, the initial story out of St. Louis said this:
BELLEVILLE — A Belleville West High School student was beaten aboard a bus on the way to school Monday, and a police spokesman said the beating could be racially motivated.
The 17-year-old victim was white and the teen assailants were black. Police released a video of the beating, which shows the victim being punched repeatedly while other students on the bus gather to watch, some cheering. It doesn't appear that the victim did anything to provoke an attack and tried only to defend himself. Police said it all unfolded in a five-minute span.
The victim was trying to find a seat and was told by two students he could not sit next to them, police said.
As he walked to the seat, someone shouted, "Beat his ass."
When he did sit down, one teen tried to push him out of his seat then began grabbing the victim’s neck and punching him in the face.
With each punch, some in the crowd chanted, "Boom, boom, boom."
The victim eventually returned to his seat, but another student began taunting him a few minutes later. The victim was then struck in the face.
It was unclear what, if anything, the bus driver did to stop the attack. At one point, before the second attack, a man shouts, "Sit down guys."
Students intervened to help the victim both times.
"In my estimation, it's racially motivated," said Capt. Don Sax of the Belleville Police Department. He said one reason he had formed this opinion was that many of the students, most of whom were black, yelled their support for the beating."
Black people are worried about this story and countless others like it, for they realize that Capt. Don Sax is correct: the beating was racially motivated for it is part of the cleansing of America for the Age of Mein Obama.
The Seattle and St. Louis event aren't the only incidents of the war on white people and its correlation with buses, as Atlanta recently had a similar moment of Black people working toward the new Black world:
Arris Pitmon is a Black man and his hijacking of the bus - only to end up naked soon after - is yet another example of the war on sharing the bus with those dispossessed.
ATLANTA -- Corey Turner was mowing the lawn of a southeast Atlanta church Thursday when he did a double-take: A public school bus that was hijacked by a shirtless man was careening down a nearby road at around 25 mph, and screaming kids were jumping out the back of the vehicle.
"Everything went berserk," he said.
Authorities say 23-year-old Arris Pitmon leaped through the window of the Atlanta bus, overpowered the driver to take the wheel and then left the bus driverless as it thundered down a steep hill.
A dozen or so screaming students were on the bus as it plunged, many bounding out of the emergency exit in the back, said Atlanta Public Schools spokesman Keith Bromery. Two students and the bus driver suffered minor injuries, police said.
By the time Pitmon was arrested after the crash, he was naked, police said. Turner, who had rushed to the scene, said the man lost his pants while trying to escape from bystanders.
"This was a weirdo," said Turner, who is 38. "Something was wrong with this guy. We turned him over and he just had a condom on. Maybe he was stripping or something -- I had no earthly idea."
Stuff Black People Don't Like includes sharing bus seats in St. Louis, as Black people aren't really upset about what transpired on that school bus with the Black boy beating the white kid, but they are upset the story has gotten some press. Don't you know by now that Black people can't be racist nor engage in racial motivated violence? Only white babies can be racist and thus, grow up to be racists.
It's just an isolated incident.