It’s really amazing to consider what is transpiring in the United States of America right now. But a week ago, this blog pointed out that the film The Crazies depicted a world that, in reality, Black people inhabit everyday without any exposure to a weaponized pathogen (in the film, white citizens of Iowa turn into bloodthirsty psychopaths thanks to an accidental military mishap that unleashes a destabilizing virus into the towns water supply).
Black citizens of Iowa and their communities are apparently destabilized already without a militarized pathogen being introduced into their biological systems. What else would explain the “Beat Whitey” incident that took place at the Iowa State Fair? Strange though, the police have tried to downplay the story of “Beat Whitey” night at the fair (police report of the event can be found here), in an all-out effort to have this lose all of its bite:
The statements were a change from earlier in the week, when a police official said it was "very possible" race was a factor in the incidents.
A report filed by Sgt. Dave Murillo said there were 30 to 40 people roaming the fairgrounds openly referring to "beat whitey night."
On Wednesday, Capt. Randy Dawson said he could not find the origin of information that appeared in Murillo's report.
Interviews with victims of attacks outside the fairgrounds have not produced evidence that any of the incidents were racially motivated, he said.
Gonzalez and Dawson said the "beat whitey night" information stemmed from "general intelligence information" that was unsubstantiated and had been misinterpreted.
Recall, it wasn’t but a few weeks ago that Black people attacked a white guy in Florida for listening to rap and stating that he shouldn’t listen to Black music; remember that it wasn’t but three weeks that a Johns Hopkins researcher was killed by two Black people who stated over and over again (while the white male being attacked was on the phone with his mother) that they were getting a “white boy”.
This event happened in Baltimore, the same city where a Black female recently shot a person she was mugging because that person laughed at her:
Here's the story that ran in print today, including interviews with the suspect's family members, who say she had an uncontrollable temper and needed help.]
The 14-year-old girl charged with fatally shooting a man during a robbery attempt earlier this month fired her gun when one of the victims laughed at her because she was so young, according to police charging documents filed this morning.
Prosecutors, in seeking the young suspect be held without bail, described Arteesha Holt (left) in court papers as a "flight risk and a danger to the citizens of Baltimore." The young girl is charged with first-degree murder, armed robbery, using a handgun in the commission of a violent crime and several other offenses.
Police have said the girl may have tried to rob two men on Linwood Avenue on Aug. 13 as part of a gang initiation. The victims were among three Latino men killed in recent weeks in a spate of crimes that has shaken the community in Southeast Baltimore.
A rally was held in Patterson Park on Tuesday following the beating death of 51-year-old Hondouran Martin Reyes. The suspect, a mentally disturbed man, told police he beat Reyes with a board because he hated Mexicans. Police have classified that killing as a hate crime.
So what are we getting at here, you might be wondering? This weekend will see potentially hundreds of thousands of “I HAD People” arrive in Washington DC to partake in Glenn Beck’s Tea Party fueled “Restoring Honor” rally.
Though this crowd will steadfastly refuse to acknowledge the one underlying theme that unites them together – and it’s not the exaltation of a document that is akin to a vestigial organ now-a-days – the “Restoring Honor” rally will be an overwhelming white affair. Add the combustible element of Civil Rights hucksters congregating to honor the memory of Martin Luther King’s “I HAD” sermon, and you will potentially see more fireworks than were on display during the Fourth of July celebration at the National Mall.
Black people consider the Tea Party people the heirs to the KKK, though they ditch the robes and crosses for fanny packs and garish accoutrement's. If the goals of Tea Party were to come to fruition, large segments of the Black middle and upper-class would instantly evaporate – capitalism, free markets, a level playing field and a gutting of government jobs would do this – so Black people are correct to be weary of the this group of people.
Without government jobs, cushy academic positions and diversity or minority outreach vocational paths, there would be minuscule upper-mobility available to the majority of Black people (so few make it in sports).
Plus, one factor that most people aren’t aware of when considering the “Restoring Honor” rally is the 70-person brawl that transpired in a Washington DC Metro station two weeks ago. This brawl, between groups of Black people, was quietly reported upon and quickly displaced with more pertinent news.
The participants of this royal rumble that spilled across two DC Metro stations were not reported upon by the media, leaving many responsible people to question the racial backgrounds of those battling it out in public.
Unlike the spontaneous snowball fights in DC that ended when a Black off-duty cop pulled a gun on white people harmlessly lobbing snow at one another, this 70-person pier six brawl received scant media attention because any the event was a Black-on-Black brawl:
Post managers, from the top down, regularly remind the newsroom that coverage must have a "for and about Washington" focus. So when a large brawl broke out in the Metro system on a recent Friday night, it seemed a perfect chance to show local readers that The Post is their indispensable source for news.
The fracas occurred near midnight on Aug. 6, and authorities said it involved as many as 70 people. It started at the Gallery Place Station and continued to the L'Enfant Plaza Station. There were arrests, and several people landed in the hospital. On deadline, The Post gathered enough information for a news brief in Saturday's paper, and a short story was quickly posted online…
Pierre also worried about hyping a story that involved race. Although The Post's coverage on and after Sunday did not specify the racial makeup of those involved, many readers assumed they were black and offered racially insensitive online comments. "So ghetto," read one. Another urged ending "all welfare benefits for parents whose little animals cause this type of mayhem."
When The Post finally produced a more substantive story for Monday's paper, Pierre believes it was given too much prominence, even though it included eyewitness descriptions of multiple fights and bedlam as people tried to escape the pandemonium. The Post "overplayed it," said Pierre. "It was a fight on the Metro. Kids get into fights."
The Post should always be sensitive to overplaying stories, especially if race is involved.
Thankfully, Thugreport.com exists to show those curious as to the racial identity of criminals nationwide in stories that more responsible media exercise extreme amounts sensitivity to mask the criminals identity (unless it involves white people as the bad guy), except when the identity of the assailants can be used to undermine an entire movement, such as the make believe spitting upon Civil Rights Icons by enraged white Tea Party members.
The Crazies is just a movie. Fiction. However, the 70 person brawl in the DC Metro involving Black people was not fiction, though The Post and other media outlets would like to believe it never happened and if it did, that the contestants were merely boring white people.
The Crazies is just a movie. Fiction. However, the “Beat Whitey” festivities at the Iowa State Fair was not fiction, though the police in Des Moines are still unsure if they can label scores of Black people assaulting white people as a “hate crime”, based on the precedence set in Connecticut recently when the dead white males gunned down by Omar Thornton were found to be harboring racist views that necessitated their destruction.
The Crazies is just a movie. Fiction. However, the outbreak of Black violence nationwide (and aggression towards non-Black people) is not fiction. Putting potentially 200,000+ people in DC for a “Restoring Honor” rally where white people congregate to discuss the ails of society – most will be “I HAD” people – could, COULD be a recipe for disaster
Let’s just hope it is hot in DC, so that the white people attending the rally will be dehydrated and producing less amounts of salvia, thus disinclined to spit upon Black people and call them bad names.
Even if it doesn’t happen, The Post will be insensitive enough to report that it did.
Truth, justice and the American way: In Black Run America, this aphorism applies to one group and one group only. And it ain’t white boys.