|Dec. 2011 -- Water Cannon needed in Staten Island|
For it was these events -- broadcast on ABC, CBS, and NBC, with the pictures spread through Time and Life magazine -- that convinced an entire nation of the evil of Birmingham, and by extension, gave sympathy to the Civil Rights movement. After all, life is just a public relations battle, and those snarling dogs and water hoses helped those who wanted to erect Black-Run America (BRA).
The creation of Black-Run America (BRA) enabled complete freedom for Black people to do whatever they felt like (in the case of Birmingham and Detroit, running once magnificent cities into the ground knowing that no one would ever dare point the finger of blame in their direction), and in the summer of 2011 we saw the ultimate culmination of where that freedom leads: Mahogany Mobs and Mahogany Smash and Grabs.
WorldStarHipHop (worldstarhiphop.com) has compiled enough video evidence - graciously uploaded by Black people trying to garner 15 minutes of Black fame - to show what freedom in a nation governed by the principles of BRA inevitably leads to.
This has nothing to with politics. This has nothing to do with ideology. The IHAD people (I have a dream) over at Freerepublic.com believe the horrific beating by a mob of Black people of a student at Dean College in Massachusetts was the result of "liberal" policies in that state.
Take a look at WorldStarHipHop, IHAD people; it's the same anywhere in the country with Black people. Even in the reddest of red states (white states) Alabama, where Black students at the Historical Black College and University (HBCU) Alabama State in Montgomery recently had a full-on riot during lunch.
A glance at WorldStarHipHop (WSHH) helps you understand why gun sales are at record highs. Remember this: life is just a public relations battle and The Drudge Report now is more powerful then Life and Time were back in the 1960s. That sympathy garnered from black and white photos of people being hosed down in Birmingham back in the 60s is gone, replaced with video -- gleefully taken by Black people and quickly uploaded to WSHH -- that Drudge and other outlets showcase on regular basis.
When I see the photos from the 1960s of fire hoses being turned on protesters in Birmingham, my only thought rests on the knowledge that in 2011 Jefferson County -- home to Birmingham -- declared the largest municipal bankruptcy in American history. At 72 percent Black, Birmingham gives us a glimpse as to what will soon befall Detroit (82 percent Black).
Black-Run America (BRA) cannot admit that race factors in heavily to discussion of the collapse of Birmingham and Detroit, for it undermines the central concept of this ruling ideology: as South Park recently stated, "Black people can do no wrong."
It's no longer the 1960s, but in 2011 Staten Island a mob of Black girls had not just a water hose, but a water cannon used to try and disperse the Mahogany Mob that was threatening police officers:
Firefighters came to the rescue of two police officers outnumbered in Mariners Harbor today, in a scene so chaotic that New York’s Bravest employed a truck-mounted deluge gun -- a water cannon -- to fend off the marauding group of teens.
WorldStarHipHop.com helps illustrate why Freedom Failed
The scene unfolded at about 3:30 p.m. in front of 83 Harbor Rd., where a large group of teenagers had amassed to confront a teenage girl who lives in the residence.
By the time it was over, two officers were sent to Richmond University Medical Center, West Brighton, for treatment, and nine teens ended up under arrest, said Inspector John Denesopolis, the 120th Precinct's commanding officer. Police also recovered a starter pistol, he said.
The officers were OK, but "banged up," Denesopolis said.
"It was chaos," said one neighbor, who lives across the street but declined to give his name, stating that he feared retaliation. "The yelling got louder and louder and louder... There was probably 50 to 55 kids out here, and they were challenging one girl."
The group was threatening the girl, yelling at her to come out and fight, witnesses told the Advance. That sparked calls to 911, and two officers, one male, the other female, arrived at the scene.
The male officer attempted to arrest a member of the crowd, and the teens turned on him, knocking him to the ground.
"The kids were on top of the cop while the cop was arresting the first person," the neighbor said.
When his female partner tried to intervene, witnesses said, she was knocked down as well. As she was being attacked, she shouted for assistance on her police radio.
Both police officers were on the ground," said another neighbor, who also requested anonymity. "The kids were attacking them."
The scene happened just a few houses down from the FDNY's Mariners Harbor-based Engine Co. 158. The truck got to the street within moments, witnesses said, and blasted the teens with the engine's cannon-shaped deluge gun to disperse the crowd, according to witnesses. A large police presence, including an NYPD helicopter, soon followed, chasing the teens down to make several arrests.
Welcome to BRA. Freedom in BRA has forced white flight from every major city in America; it has given us real Climate Change in those cities; and it has bankrupted the United States.
|Water Hose Statue in Birmingham|
Looking at statues in Birmingham that depict water hoses and snarling dogs, all you can really do is laugh. For the whole reason Birmingham and other towns, counties, and cities throughout the south are dead (and all across America where "The Great Migration" went) can be traced to one statue that sits outside Legion Field in the heart of one of the worst
That statue is of Paul "Bear" Bryant. Stay tuned, for in the next five days this Web site and two others will post the culmination of The Opiate of America.