Saturday, June 30, 2012

"The Atlanta Youth Murders and the Politics of Race" -- The 2nd of the SBPDL Book Club

PK Note: Airline lost my luggage, so a couple of articles planned are delayed for a few days. 

Book Two in the SBPDL Book Club Series
Over at Vdare, Nicholas Stix has an interesting piece on The City too Busy to Hate (Never Too Busy to Hate: Affirmative Action Criminal Justice in Atlanta, June 29, 2012). He brings up much that can be found in the archives of SBPDL, but two important facts must be quickly addressed.

Reginald Eaves, the first Black public safety commissioner for Atlanta, was praised to the high-heavens by Time in an article from 1976 (The Law: The Black Crime Buster, March 22, 1976). As Stix notes:
Newly elected Mayor Jackson appointed the Atlanta PD’s first black public safety commissioner, A. Reginald Eaves, back in 1974. Eavesdiscriminated mercilessly against white cops, driving them off to the suburbs and replacing them with incompetent blacks. The Department has never recovered. In 1978, Eaves was caught giving black patrolmen the answers to the sergeant’s exam, and fired. 
In a characteristic example of the new dispensation, a 1980 murder case had to be thrown out because the police had lost the case file and evidence. A prosecutor explained, with a shrug “Keystone Kops.”
Time magazine had no problem propping up Eaves as a Black Wyatt Earp, despite a complete lack of empirical evidence to support these accolades (if someone has access to the Time archive, please copy and paste the entire article on Eaves in the comments section).

But it is a book that Stix mentioned had me laughing. I just finished The List by Chet Dettlinger and Jeff Prugh, and plan to write about the Atlanta Child Murders (sic) in an exclusive chapter of the forthcoming Black Mecca Down: The Collapse of the City too Busy to Hate (Hint: there was no serial killer in Atlanta; Wayne Williams did kill a few people, but the "Atlanta Child Murders" ((sic)) were just your run-of-the-mill Black murders that were aggregated together as some Professor Moriarty/KKK scheme).

Here's what Stix wrote:
Under black rule, life became very cheap in Atlanta. 
In the now-forgotten (because the perp turned out to be black) so-called Atlanta Child Murders of 1979-1981 (few of the victims were children and several were adult, although all were African American), leading black lawmen such as Louis Graham promoted, without any supporting evidence, a conspiracy theory that the culprit was the KKK, which was allegedly driving around in black neighborhoods, grabbing black kids off the street and killing them at will. 
Federal investigators saw how ludicrous this notion was when they drove around some of the neighborhoods that had been hit. When residents saw white men, they immediately stopped what they were doing and stared. 
White lawman and policing theorist Chet Dettlinger came in to solve the crimes. Dettlinger was a racial liberal, but in his 1983 book The List  (ghosted by Jeff Prugh)he wrote unsparingly of the racial chaos and corruption he observed.  He reported that the Atlanta PD’s negligent crime scene investigators would typically leave half of the evidence on the ground, and its officers suffered from fundamental “ignorance about valid cause-and-effect relationships.”[p.159]
Sorry Mr. Stix; life is cheap wherever Black people are found

The best part of The List that Stix doesn't bring up is that the Black Atlanta Police hierarchy enlisted the help of psychics from around the nation, in a ludicrous attempt to stop the "serial killer" from claiming more Black victims. Yes, Atlanta's first Black Mayor Maynard Jackson, despite precious little evidence that these "psychics" were aiding in stopping the murder of Black Atlanta children - almost all in slum areas of Atlanta that were 99 % Black - still stood by contracting out these soothsayers in bringing the non-existent 'serial killer' to justice.

It is in The Atlanta Youth Murders and the Politics of Race (Elmer H Johnson & Carol Holmes Johnson Series in Criminology) by Dr. Bernard Headley that an unpleasant truth about Black crime in Atlanta - during the period of the "Atlanta Youth Murders" - slips out: each year, roughly 10 Black children fell victim to Black-on-Black violence in Atlanta.

Over a span of three years, roughly 20 Black children were found (the numbers are inflated, because teenagers and young adults were added to "the list"); nothing out of the ordinary, save the hysteria created by Organized Blackness in trying to blame white people for the deaths of these young Black kids.

Blacks in Atlanta were whipped into a frenzy during this time period, attacking white firemen when they traveled into the areas where the "serial killer" was preying upon Black children, all because Organized Blackness had pointed an incriminating at a shadowy white person being behind these killings.

In actuality, it was just Black people killing Black people. It shouldn't have taken a psychic to help Atlanta's political class and police to figure this out, but then why would the federal government - Ronald Reagan authorized millions of dollars in aid to help combat the "serial killer" - and the nations media care about Black people randomly killing Black children; that's not a juicy story!

So, on July 14, let's start the second book in the SBPDL Book Club: The Atlanta Youth Murders and the Politics of Race (Elmer H Johnson & Carol Holmes Johnson Series in Criminology). You can pick this book up at Amazon.

Or, read it here at Google Books.

It's a fast read. And hilarious. You can learn about "the psychics" that the Atlanta Black political class enlisted to stop the "serial killer" (sic) that targeted Atlanta's Black children in the slums of Black Atlanta.

And it's the perfect book to read after finishing Zebra: The True Account Of The 179 Days Of Terror In San Francisco.

Be sure to read Stix's column at Vdare. It's obvious that Atlanta is the key to unraveling the power of Black-Run America (BRA); then those whites who have fled to Idaho, Montana, Utah, the Dakota's, and Wyoming can be free from the clutches of a federal government in Washington DC that taxes their wealth to enable the proliferation of a race of people that showed the world in a three-day span - think Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans back in 2005 - what they are capable of doing when left to their own devices.

White America owes Black America nothing.

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Valerie Jarrett and Obamacare: What Universal Health Care Means in BRA

We could have been on Mars...
Courtesy of The Root, yet another shining example that Black people don't like to pay for health care:
Valerie Jarrett, senior adviser to President Obama, broke with protocol and delivered a campaign-style speech to the National Association of Black Journalists in New Orleans Saturday night as the association's annual awards banquet got underway. 
Jarrett ticked off what she considered the Obama administration's accomplishments and said, "We need journalists who will make people think, who will connect the dots, look past the distractions." 
At such occasions, speakers traditionally wish the organization well and speak to an issue of journalism. Veterans said they found the remarks inappropriate.
Some rolled their eyes. "Why not just send a [campaign] video?" one said. "That was out of line," said another afterward. 
NABJ President Gregory H. Lee Jr. and Executive Director Maurice Foster each said they did not know what Jarrett was going to say. 
However, Foster added that Jarrett "has been a good supporter of NABJ. . . . She's always lent herself to project the image of NABJ in a positive light and the good things that we do. Her connection with us and her family connection to the organization is something to be appreciated." Jarrett is the divorced daughter-in-law of the late Vernon Jarrett, a legendary Chicago journalist and an NABJ founder.
On Saturday afternoon, Jarrett spoke with members of the Trotter Group of African American columnists and with regional reporters, and again outlined what she considered the Obama administration's successes, among them funding for historically black colleges and universities; health care reform, which she said will disproportionately help African Americans; and reducing disparities between penalties for possession of crack and for powdered cocaine. 
Jarrett acknowledged, however, that "the unemployment rate is far too high in the black community" and that it was "fair criticism" to say the administration had not done a good enough job of selling its health care plan.
In a real country, universal healthcare wouldn't be up for debate. Nor would having a colony on Mars. In Black-Run America (BRA), funding HBCU's - take a look at the graduation rates of these "institutions" - and employing-unemployable-in-the-private-sector Black people via public/government jobs is a much greater mandate.

What was it Lawrence Auster wrote about what Blacks contribute to civilization?:
Did you know this? I didn’t. I just came upon it in Wikipedia’s article on Ralph Abernathy, Martin Luther King’s successor as the head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference: 
"On the eve of the Apollo 11 launch, July 15, 1969, Abernathy arrived at Cape Canaveral with several hundred members of the poor people to protest spending of government space exploration, while many Americans remained poor. He was met by Thomas O. Paine, the Administrator of NASA, whom he told that in the face of such suffering, space flight represented an inhuman priority and funds should be spent instead to “feed the hungry, clothe the naked, tend the sick, and house the homeless.” Mr. Paine told Abernathy that the advances in space exploration were child’s play compared to the tremendously difficult human problems of society, and told him that “if we could solve the problems of poverty by not pushing the button to launch men to the moon tomorrow, then we would not push that button.” On the day of the launch, Dr. Abernathy led a small group of protesters to the restricted guest viewing area of the space center and chanted, “We are not astronauts, but we are people.” 
So there you have it. One of the greatest achievements in history, the first manned flight to the moon, and the most prestigious black civil rights organization, the SCLC, wanted it not to take place, because they thought the money it cost could be better spent on transfer payments to blacks. And that is all that blacks as an organized community have to contribute to our civilization: endless complaints about white injustice to blacks, and endless demands for the wealth and goods that white people have produced, and that blacks are incapable of producing. Plus a third “contribution” not brought out in this incident: endless threats of violence and riots if the blacks don’t get their way. 
The black blackmail and dragging down of white civilization will continue, until whites stand up, name it for what it is, and say, “No more.”

White America owes Black America nothing. Not even health care. Just look at how Black people have treated Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, a virtual free clinic for Black people provided by the white tax payers of Fulton County.

Grady is but a microcosm of the problem Obamacare will unleash on the nation.

And Valerie Jarrett brags about it to the NABJ.

And those members of the NABJ at then brag about Obamacare being upheld as Constitutional and what it means for Black people (What Obama’s Health Care Means For African Americans, Lynette Holloway, June 28, 2012):

Civil rights leaders and lawmakers on Thursday applauded the U.S. Supreme Court’s narrow decision to uphold President Barack Obama’s landmark health care law, which upheld the centerpiece of the measure that requires all people to have health insurance.

“This is manna from heaven,” U.S. Rep. Danny K. Davis (D-Ill.) told NewsOne shortly after President Obama’s noontime news conference about the ruling. “I couldn’t be more delighted because this is going to make sure that 32-million people who did not have access to health insurance will now have it. While I’m in favor of a national health plan, this is a little short of that. It will go a long way toward improving the quality of life for million so of Americans. ”

“I’ve been working on health care reform since the 1970s and this is a hallmark piece of legislation for African Americans and all Americans,” Davis said. “The one thing that we may see a reduction for is in Medicaid. There’s just less money there than we had hoped for, but overall we are pleased with the ruling.”
In a prepared statement, NAACP Chairman Roslyn M. Brock called the ruling “crucial”:
The Supreme Court made a crucial decision today to uphold the core provisions of the Affordable Care Act,” Brock stated in the release. The NAACP has long supported the full and complete implementation of this law. Access to quality, affordable health care is a civil and human right that should not be reserved for the wealthy or the few. The 32-million American men, women, and children covered under this law can now breathe easier.”
In a prepared statement, U.S. Rep. Charles B. Rangel (D-N.Y.) called the decision a victory for America:
When Congress passed the Affordable Care Act in 2010, Rangel said, we accomplished something that couldn’t be achieved since 1912. I will continue to work with my Democratic Colleagues to defend President Barack Obama’s landmark legislation and fight against Republican attempts to dismantle it.  In the meantime, it’s time to focus on spurring economic growth and getting Americans back to work.
 Freedom failed. Never forget that.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

In Birmingham, They Love the Governor

In the book “Gray Lady Down: What the Decline and Fall of the New York Times Means for America,” an important quote is attributed to Howell Raines, the editorial page director of paper.

On. p.29, we learn:
Born in Birmingham, Alabama, Raines had sat on the sidelines during the mid-sixties civil rights demonstrations there, leaving him with a lifelong sense of Southern guilt and a determination never again to shrink from declaring his beliefs and opinions. Embracing a simplistic, perhaps even Manichean political vision, he once declared that “Every Southerner must choose between two psychic roads, the road of racism or the road of brotherhood.”
Birmingham tried white racism; then it went all Black. That failed too.
 The road of racism or the road of brotherhood.  The road less taken, or something like. Right Frost?

Birmingham was once the capital of the South, but then the combined forces of ABC/CBS/NBC and the New York Times worked to showcase the city as one on the verge of racial Armageddon, where police dogs and water hoses kept Black people in their place.

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- The Alabama Department of Education will take over the Birmingham school system on Wednesday after the Birmingham Board of Education tonight declined to pass a cost-cutting plan. After months of stalling and delaying a state financial plan that included mass layoffs, the Birmingham Board of Education officially rejected it tonight. State Superintendent Tommy Bice said during a telephone interview tonight -- after a more than three-hour Birmingham school board meeting -- that he will formally intervene in the district's operations Wednesday morning. The intervention will include the appointment of a chief executive officer and chief financial officer who will run the day-to-day operations of the district. 
"Because of the resolution that was passed by the state Board of Education, we will begin full intervention tomorrow," Bice said. The state school board authorized Bice nearly two weeks ago to intervene in Birmingham's operations if it failed to pass a financial plan at tonight's board meeting.

It should be noted that the enrollment of Birmingham City School System is 98 percent Black; outside of a smattering of Teach for America overly-energetic white faces, an over-whelming tide of Blackness performs the task of educating, administrating, managing, and leading the system.

The fault of Birmingham’s fall-from-grace rests solely in its Black character (whose content we can not judge):

Superintendent of the Birmingham School System? Craig Witherspoon. 
African American. 
Mayor of Birmingham? William A Bell.  From the picture, unless Mayor Bell is an alpaca, he's an African American. 
Chief of Police? Chief A. L. Roper.  Native son of Birmingham who made good. African American. 
City Council?  Seven of nine are African-American. 
School Board? Seven of nine are African American. 
County Commissioners?  Half of them are African-American.

The road of racism attempted to keep Black people from assuming political control in Birmingham; now with Jefferson County (home to 71 percent Black Birmingham) declaring the largest municipal bankruptcy in American history, one wonders what the road of brotherhood that was begrudgingly forced on the city actually achieved.

When compared to Atlanta, a city that purportedly walked hand in hand together down the path of brotherhood (though for those paying attention to SBPDL, the inverse of this is actually true), Birmingham seems stuck in 1st gear. When discussing why Charlotte was beginning to usurp Atlanta as the top city in the South, Atlanta’s Black Mayor Kasim Reed said:

Reed compared the situation to the early 1960s when Birmingham was the southern leader in commerce, but lost that title to Atlanta because of its attitude on civil rights. See: Alabama Gov. George Wallace and Birmingham police Chief Eugene “Bull” Connor. 
Atlanta, the mayor noted, was more progressive. “Birmingham has never caught up since,” Reed said.

Atlanta went down the road of brotherhood for as long as the road would take them; as we have repeatedly shown, that road was paved with good intentions, masked as a racial truce called “The Atlanta Way.”

Always remember: the road to hell is paved with good intentions.

Now, with Metro Atlanta drowning in sea of underwater mortgages (courtesy of the Black Gold Rush to The Black Mecca), the AJC publishes this dire story the same day Birmingham School System – 98 percent Black, mind you – gets taken over by the state of Alabama:

Atlanta is in crisis. That's not the message you'd expect to hear from the Metro Atlanta Chamber, the pro-business group that usually puts a cheerful face on the region's future. But it's at the heart of a plan the group unveiled Monday to jump-start the region's economy. The stark description is a focus of the "Forward Atlanta" initiative, a plan developed for the chamber to help the region regain its mojo. It puts more of an emphasis on fostering startups and developing businesses already here rather than luring companies to relocate. 
"Part of the problem is because we grew so fast for so long that even when we settled down, it doesn't feel normal," said Roger Tutterow, a Mercer University economics professor who said "crisis" is an exaggeration. "Once you go from being toward the top of the heap toward more middle of the pack it feels like unfamiliar territory." 
Sam Williams, the chamber's president, said, "It's very simple: This is the worst economic downturn in our lifetime and Atlanta is lagging in the recovery. If you're in a crisis, the first thing you've got to do is admit you have a crisis. And that's what we're doing. If you don't have a big and bold plan to get out of it, then our economy won't recover until 2020 or beyond." 
The business leaders come armed with daunting figures. Metro Atlanta is only expected to recover about 19 percent of the jobs it lost during the recession by the year's end, the chamber said, far behind many of its regional and national rivals. And the region has lost almost as many jobs as it created since 2000, growing only about 50,000 jobs during the decade. It's a far cry from the booming 1990s, when Atlanta added 70,000 jobs to 80,000 jobs a year. (Business boosters admit Atlanta in 'crisis' amid effort to boost city's economy,Greg Bluestein, June 25, 2012)

Metro Atlanta was once home to white flight communities, which fueled economic growth in the suburbs of The City too Busy to Hate that became the envy of the nation; now, it is increasingly home to Black refugees, descendants of those who partook in the Great Migration of Southern Blacks out of the South, who now return back South because they have helped destroy the economic vitality of cities like Detroit, Buffalo, St. Louis, Cleveland, and parts of Chicago.

With Black people flocking to Atlanta, the Visible Hand of Blackness descends upon a metro area, threatening to make each area that goes majority Black just another reminder of why The Bluff is a shining example of “progressive” thinking (Blight of the Living Dead, Jim Goad, TakiMag):
 If you’re visiting Atlanta and aren’t looking to be shot in the face, swarmed by smack dealers, stopped by cops merely for being white, or set ablaze by an HIV-positive crackhead squatter, stay away from the area known as “The Bluff.” There are several more wholesome attractions only a few blocks southwest in downtown: At tourist traps such as the World of Coca-Cola, the CNN Studio, and the Georgia Aquarium, the thrills are more benign than being slit in the throat with a box-cutter. 
“The Bluff” covers two Atlanta neighborhoods officially known as English Avenue and Vine City. Part of Vine City was designated in 2010 as America’s fifth-most-dangerous area. Some say The Bluff got its name because its narrow, hilly, one-way streets give it a fortress-like sense of isolation, but locals now boast that BLUFF means Better Leave U Fucking Fool. It is bounded on the east by Northside Drive and on its three other sides by roads named after black Georgia civil-rights leaders: Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway, Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard, and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. It is therefore a testament to the, er, accomplishments of black Georgia civil-rights leaders.
“Every Southerner must choose between two psychic roads, the road of racism or the road of brotherhood.”

So said Howell Raines.

The road of brotherhood in Atlanta birthed the Black Hole; based on the fact that Birmingham is now a majority Black city, strangely resembling 90 % Black Detroit in its decrepit state, one can realize that not just Southerners, but every American needs another road to go down.

Left to their own devices, Black people become an economic burden to productive people (primarily, white tax payers), who must forever work and see their wealth redistributed as punishment for their white guilt.

This system won’t last forever.

There is another way.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

The Death of "The Atlanta Way": New York Times Profiles Sandy Springs

The Atlanta Way: A truce that is nearing its end
You might recall that we quoted from A Man in Full in a story detailing President Obama’s gratuitous use of street slang in campaign material directed at Black people (African-Americans for Obama: “Got Ya Back!”) all of which was hilarious parodied in Tom Wolfe’s book on Atlanta racial politics that was written in 1998.

The below scene from Wolfe’s book – found on p. 97 - brings us a conversation on The Atlanta Way, between the light-skinned Black Mayor Wes Jordan (naturally, a Morehouse man) and Roger Too White:
“Atlanta’s a small world,” said the Mayor. If you look closely, there’s a handful of people who do everything.”  
It’s not very complicated,” said Wes. “He thinks he’s going to win. In these all-black elections, I don’t see white businessman wasting time on ideology and issues. It’s more like ‘Can I do business with him or not?’ and I’m sure Armholster (Inman Armholster, fictional white businessman in Wolfe’s A Man in Full) is all ready to do business with Andre Fleet. That’s what is known as ‘the Atlanta Way’.”  
“The Atlanta Way?”  
“Exactly,” said [Atlanta Mayor] Wes Jordan, “the Atlanta Way. Did you ever unravel a baseball?” 
“It’s not a particularly illuminating exercise, but I used to enjoy doing it when I was ten or eleven years old. After you take the white horsehide cover off, you come across a ball of white string, or it’s like string. There’s about a mile of the stuff, once you start unraveling it, all this white string. Finally you get down to the core, which is black, a small hard black rubber ball. Well, that’s Atlanta. The hard core, if we’re talking politics, are the 280,000 black folks in South Atlanta. They, or their votes, control the city itself. Wrapped all around them, like all that white string, are three million white people in North Atlanta, and all those counties, Cobb, DeKalb, Gwinnett, Forsyth, Cherokee, Paulding… So how do those white millions deals with that small black core? That’s what leads to the Atlanta Way. Remember that billion-dollar expansion of the airport back when Maynard (Young, Atlanta’s first Black mayor) was Mayor? Well, Maynard got the “business interests’ together and, “Boys, here’s a billion-dollar project.’ So they’re salivating, of course, and then he says, ‘And 30 percent of its going to minority contractors.’ They gulped – but only for a moment. Seven hundred million was nothing to look down your nose at, either, and in no time they were salivating all over again, and they figured they’d just make do with the minority contractors some way or other. Later on Maynard said, “That airport created twenty-five black millionaires.’ He was proud of it, and he had every right to be. That’s the Atlanta Way.”
The Atlanta Way. For more than sixty years, one of the world's greatest cities (well, the Coca-Cola company would have you believe it) has survived on a steady racial truce: the progressive white business leaders, who provide the economic life-blood of the city (tax revenue redistributed to Black people in the forms of city and county jobs) ceded power to an entrenched Black political class that has strived to enrich only itself and connected parties, all the while ignoring rising rates of Black underclass reliance on the government for... everything.

It shouldn't take a genius to understand that this situation wasn't going to be sustainable forever. With the anointed Black political class laying a welcome mat for any Black person with an IQ over 95 (or below) to ditch the city they live in and head to the "Dirty South" to seek their fortune, that hard Black rubber ball that served as the center of Wolfe's metaphor on Atlanta has now slowly seeped into those once prosperous white counties.

The consequences of the migration to Atlanta by hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of Black people since the "Welcome to the Black Mecca" sign was turned has been catastrophic.

On March 28, 2011, Katie Leslie wrote an article for the Atlanta Journal Constitution that hinted at The Atlanta Way ending (Lawsuit seeks dissolution of Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Johns Creek, Milton, Chattahoochee Hills: Suit says 'super-majority white neighborhoods' were created). In this piece, The Georgia Legislative Black Caucus filed a lawsuit "to dissolve the city charters of Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Johns Creek, Milton and Chattahoochee Hills. Further, the lawmakers, joined by civil rights leader the Rev. Joseph Lowery, aim to dash any hopes of a Milton County."

Here's what Leslie wrote:
The lawsuit, filed in a North Georgia U.S. District Court Monday, claims that the state circumvented the normal legislative process and set aside its own criteria when creating the “super-majority white ” cities within Fulton and DeKalb counties. The result, it argues, is to dilute minority votes in those areas, violating the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments to the Constitution. 
“This suit is based on the idea that African Americans and other minorities can elect the people of their choice,” said Democratic State Sen. Vincent Fort.
According to the 2010 census, Fulton County is 44.5 percent white and 44.1 percent black. About 54 percent of DeKalb County residents are black, and 33.3 percent are white. 
Sandy Springs, created in 2005, is 65 percent white and 20 percent black. Milton, formed a year later, is 76.6 percent white and 9 percent black. Johns Creek, also formed that year, is 63.5 percent white and 9.2 percent black. Chattahoochee Hills, formed in 2007, is 68.6 percent white and 28 percent black, while Dunwoody, created in 2008, is 69.8 percent white and 12.6 percent black.
Translation: Black people realize the gravy train of The Atlanta Way will end if white people dare flex any political power and decide they no longer want to pay for the proliferation of the Black Underclass (what we have dubbed the Black Undertow, which has overwhelmed much of Metro Atlanta).

White people have one purpose in Atlanta and the rest of Black-Run America (BRA): pay taxes so that Black people can live in a cradle-to-grave society, while simultaneously keeping their mouth shut about this one-sided proposition.

Well, The New York Times on June 23 profiled one of those dissenting "white" cities that dares (David Segal, A Georgia Town Takes the People’s Business Private) disrupt the flow of capital from white tax-payers to the Black political class. Sandy Springs, a renegade majority-white city in North Fulton County, might be engaging in the first example of open warfare with the system known as BRA that "could" become the model for separation that rich white, majority white cities employ to escape the crushing taxation needed to keep alive counties under Black political domination.

Segal writes:

F your image of a city hall involves a venerable building, some Roman pillars and lots of public employees, the version offered by this Atlanta suburb of 94,000 residents is a bit of a shocker.

The entire operation is housed in a generic, one-story industrial park, along with a restaurant and a gym. And though the place has a large staff, none are on the public payroll. O.K., seven are, including the city manager. But unless you chance into one of them, the people you meet here work for private companies through a variety of contracts.

With public employee unions under attack in states like Wisconsin, and with cities across the country looking to trim budgets, behold a town built almost entirely on a series of public-private partnerships — a system that leaders around here refer to, simply, as “the model.”

Cities have dabbled for years with privatization, but few have taken the idea as far as Sandy Springs. Since the day it incorporated, Dec. 1, 2005, it has handed off to private enterprise just about every service that can be evaluated through metrics and inked into a contract.

To grasp how unusual this is, consider what Sandy Springs does not have. It does not have a fleet of vehicles for road repair, or a yard where the fleet is parked. It does not have long-term debt. It has no pension obligations. It does not have a city hall, for that matter, if your idea of a city hall is a building owned by the city. Sandy Springs rents.

Does the Sandy Springs approach work? It does for Sandy Springs, says the city manager, John F. McDonough, who points not only to the town’s healthy balance sheet but also to high marks from residents on surveys about quality of life and quality of government services.

But that doesn’t mean “the model” can be easily exported — Sandy Springs has the built-in advantage that comes from wealth — or that its widespread adoption would enhance the commonweal. Critics contend that the town is a white-flight suburb that has essentially seceded from Fulton County, a 70-mile-long stretch that includes many poor and largely African-American areas, most of them in Atlanta and points south.

The prospect of more Sandy Springs-style incorporations concerns people like Evan McKenzie, author of “Privatopia: Homeowner Associations and the Rise of Residential Private Government.” He worries that rich enclaves may decide to become gated communities writ large, walling themselves off from areas that are economically distressed.

“You could get into a ‘two Americas’ scenario here,” he says. “If we allow the more affluent to institutionally isolate themselves, then the poor are supposed to do — what? They’re supposed to have all the poverty and all the social problems and deal with them?”

The champions of Sandy Springs counter that they still send plenty of tax dollars to the county and that race had nothing to do with the decision to incorporate. (The town’s minority population is now 30 percent and growing, they note.) Leaders here say they had simply grown tired of the municipal service offered by Fulton County.

“We make no apologies for being more affluent than other parts of the metro area,” says Eva Galambos, the mayor of Sandy Springs. And what does she make of the attitude of the town’s detractors? “Pure envy,” she says.

Sandy Springs residents still send roughly $190 million a year to Fulton County through property taxes, about half of which goes to schools, including those in Sandy Springs. But by incorporating, the town gets to keep $90 million in taxes a year to spend as it pleases.

Has this financially hurt the rest of Fulton County? It has, says the county manager, Zachary Williams, who calculates that the incorporation of Sandy Springs, and neighboring towns that incorporated after it, cost the county about $38 million a year. Mr. Williams described the figure as “significant,” especially given the strains imposed by the economic downturn.

“I would bet that Atlanta is top five in the country in terms of foreclosures,” he says. “I think our vacancy rate is 14 to 18 percent.”

Some Georgia politicians outside Sandy Springs regard it and other breakaway towns as “the first shot in the battle to destroy Fulton County,” as State Senator Vincent Fort, a Democrat whose district includes part of Atlanta, put it.

“What you have is the northern section of the county,” he went on, “which is mostly white, seeking to leave the rest of Fulton County, and doing so with what I think are racially tinged arguments about the corruption and inefficiency of local government.”

Town leaders say race had nothing to do with it. Mayor Galambos said, “A 94 percent vote in favor of incorporation speaks to the broad community support for self-government and a desire to have local dollars remain local.”
That the Department of Justice has not stepped in and declared war yet on Sandy Springs for depriving the rest of Fulton County (outside of Buckhead, and pockets of Urban Pioneers in South Fulton, the county is the Black Undertow personified) of much needed white tax dollars to redistribute to "the Black hard core of Atlanta" is a mystery that will one day need an answer.

Because if Sandy Springs successfully leaves Fulton County and creates a new county (with those other majority white cities) then you have the blueprint for a secession movement that would instantly spring up in other major cities that are heavily segregated but under Black political control.

Birmingham, Charlotte, Memphis, Chicago, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Milwaukee, St. Louis, Montgomery... you will be looking at wave of secession movements that are basically about denying an entrenched Black political class (Blacks control city hall, but have yet to turn this into economic power --- The Visible Black Hand of Economics in action) the ability to redistribute  white tax dollars.

But here's the problem, which was delineated in Connected Capitalism: this model is basically the grounds for creating mini-South Africa's in America, hundreds of them. As Black Undertow continues to get worse, cities will begin to privatize their own security forces (can you say XE/Blackwater?) and implement the same draconian measures we see the dwindling white minority in the Rainbow Republic of South Africa take.

This is the great quandary of BRA's coming collapse: if the Sandy Springs model is successfully implemented in other cities/counties, the inevitable will only be delayed and the South Africanization of America will be crystallized.

Opposition to this system can longer be supplied via abstractions: if America is a nation of laws, what does it matter what people live here and abide by them? What does it matter what language they speak?

If the move to incorporate Sandy Springs is about abstractions, so be it. But if Vincent Fort is right, and the move is to deprive the Black political class in Atlanta of the precious flow of white tax dollars, then a moment that could paralyze the world is near.

The City too Busy to Hate... devastated by white people daring to understand that self-determination means no longer being forced to pay for the proliferation of a Black Underclass that commits virtually all the crime in Atlanta, nor pay the bloated public salaries for Black city/county employees that create an artificial Black middle class.

The Atlanta Way has been the blueprint for too many other municipalities and how racial dynamics have been governed in them, and America, for far too long.

Monday, June 25, 2012

Once Beneath the Stars, the Universe was Ours: SCOTUS Decision in 'Miller v. Alabama' a Reminder of the Insanity of BRA

Miller v. Alabama: The rights of the criminal prevail in the end
With all eyes on the Supreme Court today, as a 5-3 decision rendered three of the four provisions of SB1070 invalid, the case of Miller v. Alabama received much less scrutiny. Evan Miller was a juvenile - unlike 60 % of those juveniles who receive life without parole that are Black, he is white - who was convicted of murder in 2003.

For that sentence, he was given life without parole. Until today:
The Supreme Court says it's unconstitutional to sentence juveniles to life in prison without parole for murder, siding with the petitioner in case of Miller v. Alabama. 
The high court on Monday threw out Americans' ability to send children to prison for the rest of their lives with no chance of ever getting out. The 5-4 decision is in line with others the court has made, including ruling out the death penalty for juveniles and life without parole for young people whose crimes did not involve killing.
The Sentencing Project put together a survey of those juveniles serving life without parole; the finding were widely parroted in the Black press as proof of the US Justice Systems racism, but instead offered compelling evidence that Black people are - regardless of age - more prone to criminality than white people (coincidentally, this report lumped non-white ethnic Latinos with the "white" people in the race category, artificially driving up the white juvenile life-without-parole rate).

This decision by the SCOTUS is just another reminder that the law-abiding citizen in America - whom Peter Brimelow of correctly states the government is busy trying to dispossess in its bid to "elect a new new people" - are the real of federal government. Protecting their rights doesn't matter anymore.

Recall that the EEOC decided that background checks for employment had a disparate impact upon Black people (and Brown people), because of the propensity for people with enriched levels of melanin to commit criminals acts -- U.S. Puts Limits On Employee Background Checks To Protect Minorities:
Is an arrest in a barroom brawl 20 years ago a job disqualifier? Not necessarily, the government said Wednesday in new guidelines on how employers can avoid running afoul of laws prohibiting job discrimination. 
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's updated policy on criminal background checks is part of an effort to rein in practices that can limit job opportunities for minorities that have higher arrest and conviction rates than whites. 
"The ability of African-Americans and Hispanics to gain employment after prison is one of the paramount civil justice issues of our time," said Stuart Ishimaru, one of three Democrats on the five-member commission. 
That data often can be inaccurate or incomplete, according to a report this month from the National Consumer Law Center. EEOC commissioners said the growing practice has grave implications for blacks and Hispanics, who are disproportionately represented in the criminal justice system and face high rates of unemployment. 
"You thought prison was hard, try finding a decent job when you get out," EEOC member Chai Feldblum said. She cited Justice Department statistics showing that 1 in 3 black men and 1 in 6 Hispanic men will be incarcerated during their lifetime. That compares with 1 in 17 white men who will serve time.

Those who do evil should be punished; in America, they are now being looked upon - because the color, of a disproportionate amount, of their skin isn't white privileged - as the innocent party whose rights have been infringed by a callous majority whose greed and bigotry know no bounds. 

While many people see the decision of Arizona, et. al. v. United States as a clear indicator that the United States federal government would like re-sink the U.S.S. Arizona (at least, the actions of Homeland Security lead to that conclusion), it should be clear to those who correctly interpret the Miller v. Alabama decision that the law-abiding citizenry of this nation has been marked for cradle-to-grave subservience to Black-Run America (BRA); more importantly, you get to paid for it, and those who need rehabilitation after breaking laws that - as the EEOC makes clear - can't be searched in a background check.

America's prison population is a reminder of the great costs of a multiracial society, where certain segments of the population's predilection for criminality means longer prison sentences and harsher consequences for those incapable of abiding by the law.

The actions of the SCOTUS and the EEOC are an unpleasant reminder that Mr. Brimelow is correct. Don't forget; you fit the bill for this dispossession.

Once beneath, the universe was ours; we could have been on Mars, but instead a criminal background check was deemed racist by the EEOC, and juvenile murderers right to eventually breath free air is so much more important. 

Sunday, June 24, 2012

The Harvey Dent Act vs. "Stop and Frisk": The Lily-White world of "The Dark Knight Rises" vs. Black/Brown Crime in Our World

PK Note: Before you read this short piece, please familiarize yourself with these two prior pieces (Why Bane Must Break the Bat: How "The Dark Knight Rises" Must End and No League of Shadows Destroyed Detroit; It was Black People). 

Batman would be a "racist" in our world...
There's a storm brewing in New York City, a town that many people believe is what the fictional Gotham City of the Batman/Bruce Wayne universe is based upon. Organized Blackness is upset that the city dares employ "Stop and Frisk" practices that target, well, Black people.

Why might that be? Because it's Black people who commit the bulk of the crime in New York City.

Here's Johnathan Capehart of the Washington Post on the color of crime in The Big Apple:
In short, 95.1 percent of all murder victims and 95.9 percent of all shooting victims in New York City are black or Hispanic. And 90.2 percent of those arrested for murder and 96.7 percent of those arrested for shooting someone are black and Hispanic. I don't even know where to begin to describe the horror I still feel looking at those numbers. But the word "hunted" comes to mind.
Now do you begin to understand why the police employ such tactics? Even though New York City is now safer (which increases tourism revenue for the city), Black people still gathered to protest the "stop and frisk" tactics that have undoubtedly made the city safer for all people -- even law-abiding Black people. 

What are the origins of the 'stop and frisk' campaign (well, besides high rates of Black crime)?:
The stop-and-frisk program dates to the 1990s, when the police department adopted a “zero tolerance” approach to policing and began bearing down on minor crime as a way of preventing more serious crimes. Despite the city’s claims, there is no proof that this approach, by itself, reduced crime in New York because crime has fallen in many cities that do not follow New York’s lead.
Over time, the program has grown to alarming proportions. There were fewer than 100,000 stops in 2002, but the police department carried out nearly 700,000 in 2011 and appears to be on track to exceed that number this year. About 85 percent of those stops involved blacks and Hispanics, who make up only about half the city’s population.
Judge Scheindlin said the evidence showed that the unlawful stops resulted from “the department’s policy of establishing performance standards and demanding increased levels of stops and frisks.” 
"Stop and frisk" campaigns should be enacted in every city in America; if you have nothing to hide, you shouldn't be opposed to being searched. Just imagine how quickly this would cut down the Black crime rate nationwide, if every would-be gang banger knew that the police could stop them at any moment. 

Which brings us to the world of The Dark Knight Rises, the third and final film of Director Christopher Nolan's trilogy - and take - on the Batman mythos. 

Set eight years after the events of The Dark Knight (where District Attorney Harvey Dent - played by Aaron Eckhart - was killed, but his legend as the "white knight" of Gotham remained pure), the film promises to once again show us the world of Gotham City through the eyes of Nolan. 

Unlike most major American cities, where Black people engaged in a war of attrition to drive whites out and take political power (though, as Detroit, Memphis, Birmingham, Atlanta, Baltimore, and Philadelphia shows, this does not correlate to economic power), Nolan's Gotham City is one that appears to be 80 percent or more white. 

It is for this reason that the recently leaked "Harvey Dent Act" (it will play an integral role in the film) would be instantly declared "racist" if implemented in our world. Realize that "stop and frisk" laws are designed to keep a city safe by granting extra-legal privileges to police; now imagine that the below law was enacted in a city like Chicago, where Black terrorists gang members are turning the streets of the Second City into a veritable war zone. reports the contents of the "Harvey Dent Act":
This morning, Mayor Anthony Garcia signed the Dent Act. The legislation, passed unanimously by the City Assembly, will bolster the city’s campaign against organized crime. One of the main features of the act is the creation of stricter penalties, including the denial of parole, for those who commit any crime deemed as a part or function of a larger criminal enterprise. This will close the loophole created in previous laws that hampered the city’s to stamp out organized crime.

‎”Harvey Dent was a hero in the true sense of the word,” said the Mayor. “His courage in taking on the criminal empires that ruled the streets saved our city. It would be inappropriate for us to not honor his sacrifice.”

“Fifteen minute s ago, I signed a Bill, suitably named the Dent Act, that allows us to pick up where Harvey Dent left off. The legislation gives Police Commissioner Jim Gordon the tools needed to deal the final blow to the criminal and corrupt that remain active within our city”

‎”To those who claim this legislation creates a police state, my answer is very simple. Before the Dent Act, our city was so desperate we had to place our trust behind a masked vigilante who ultimately murdered the man who was truly Gotham’s shining hope. Luckily for us, the hope has endured. This bill is Harvey Dent’s legacy and I intend to protect it”.

At the Mayor’s request, the City Assembly will introduce another Bill making the date of Harvey Dent’s sacrifice an official city holiday, calling it Harvey Dent Day.
Alright: could you imagine the howls of protest from Organized Blackness if a city dared declare a holiday for a white man, let alone declare war on crime?

In the world of Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises, the villains are white men like mob boss leader Carmine Falcone, The Scarecrow, The Joker, The League of Shadow's leader Ra's Al Ghul, Harvey Dent/ Two-Face, and Bane; men of extraordinary intelligence, motivated by very different reasons to bring Gotham City to its knees.

In our nation, we are plagued by primarily low IQ Black (and Brown) criminals, who have extraordinary levels of testosterone coursing through their bodies, low impulse control, and an inability to understand the long-term consequences of the their actions.

In our nation, the purported greatest city is awash in one type of crime: minority crime. And yet, no one dares come up with ideas to confront it completely. Sure, "stop and frisk" has done a lot, but Organized Blackness has set its sights on ending this sane and practical procedure (that has proved effective).

Imagine a legislative branch passing something akin to the Harvey Dent Act in our world. Then the executive branch signing into law and ultimately, the judicial branch approving its validity. Were we to actually wage a war against Black terrorism in America (let's call crime what it is; a minority of Black people making a section of a city unsafe through higher crime are engaging in terrorism; a majority of Black people actively excusing away this behavior and "not snitching" means that Black people are working in collusion to protect and conceal these terrorists), it would take something similar to "The Harvey Dent Act."

The howls from Organized Blackness and perpetually aggrieved Civil Rights activists (and a legion of attorneys) would declare war immediately upon it.

Perhaps this realization shows why The League of Shadows are the true heroes of Nolan's Batman universe.

It is in Batman Begins that this powerful exchange of dialogue between Henri Ducard (Ra's Al Ghul) and Bruce Wayne helps illustrate why criminality (in any of its variant forms, committed by any individual) must be combated with extreme prejudice. Bruce Wayne is about to inducted into the League of Shadows, but before this action occurs, he must execute a murderer:
Ducard: But first, you must demonstrate your commitment to justice.

Wayne: No. I'm no executioner.

DUCARD: Your compassion is a weakness your enemies will not share.

Wayne: That's why it's so important. It separates us from them.

DUCARD:You want to fight criminals. This man is a murderer.

Wayne: This man should be tried.

DUCARD: By whom? Corrupt bureaucrats? Criminals mock society's laws. You know this better than most.

Civilization is dead in 90 percent Black Detroit; it is dying in 72 percent Black Birmingham; in the parts of Atlanta and Chicago that are more than 70 percent Black, it is bleeding out. In New York City, attempts to "stop and frisk" those who would do evil to others has temporarily revived the city's fortunes; but Organized Blackness will win in the end.

As long as Black-Run America (BRA) remains the guiding light behind every law, "stop and frisk" will go away. Now, something like the "Harvey Dent Act" in our world... that would be interesting.

Friday, June 22, 2012

Smoke and Mirrors: Conservatism Inc., The Unfair Campaign, and Charlton Heston

It wouldn't be hard. It wouldn't take much.

Unfair to be born right? Conservatism Inc. sees profit in exploiting this...
Just a push; a hero to rally around.

You might recall that on January 31, 2012, we published a story called UnFair Campaign: What do men do against such reckless hate? Ride out and meet them. Yesterday, Matt Drudge of the resurrected this story and made it - instantaneously - the most talked about story in all of conservative media. The Blaze, Daily Caller, Fox News, HotAir, WND, Newsmax, Mark Levine, Neal Boortz, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity... all had stories detailing the tale of whiteness as the ultimate form of evil, as pronounced by the intellectual giants at the University of Minnesota-Duluth.

A nearly six months old story became the most talked about story in all of America yesterday, with even Bill O'Reilly of The O'Reilly Factor leading off with the story on tonight's show.

Here’s a pop quiz: What do we usually call unsubstantiated assumptions about someone’s class, or position in life, based upon the color of their skin? 
That’s right, racism. And that appears to be what Campus Reform has uncovered at the University of Minnesota-Duluth, which is sponsoring an ad campaign whose core message is very difficult to distinguish from undiluted racism. Watch the ad below if you don’t believe us, and if that doesn’t convince you, keep reading: 
Here is what Campus Reform has to say about the ad campaign: 
The University of Minnesota – Duluth (UMD) is now sponsoring an ad-campaign designed to achieve “racial justice” by raising awareness of “white privilege.” 
The project disseminates its message, that “society was setup for us [whites]“ and as such is ”unfair,” through an aggressive campaign of online videos, billboards, and lectures. The ads feature a number of Caucasians confessing their guilt for the supposed “privilege” that comes along with their fair features.[...] 
“You give me better jobs, better pay, better treatment, and a better chance – all because of the color of my skin,” reads one poster that features a close shot of a Caucasian male. 
The Un-Fair campaign also held a series of lectures and events on campus last semester. 
One included a presentation by Tim Wise, author of Dear White America. In his book, Wise confesses a “longstanding fantasy” where he turns to a man with a “God Bless the USA” button and asks him, “why can’t you just get over it?”
The story at The Blaze has more than 960 comments and has been "liked" on Facebook more than 6,500 times. Yet it ends with this statement:
A few weeks ago, the Blaze reported on the disgustingly racist attitudes of a resident of South Buffalo, who argued in full view of a camera that “blacks ruin neighborhoods.” This absurd stereotype was rightfully condemned. Yet now the University of Minnesota Duluth is lending institutional support to a campaign whose message is essentially “whites ruined the world and are trying to keep it ruined so that they can profit.” Granted, this isn’t particularly surprising, coming from a university whose very administrators consider the Constitution to be a symbol of “white privilege,” but it is still wrong. 
Clearly, the Un-Fair campaign is aptly named.
The white guy in Buffalo who dared speak his mind using facts and logic that are uninvited to polite, tolerable debate on racial matters in Black-Run America (BRA) - basically, never dare point out that Black dysfunction arises from Black people's accumulated decisions - is a hero; not the one we need right now, nor deserve, but a hero nonetheless.

To be thrown under the bus by a Web site that has spent the past few years building up readership by highlighting Black dysfunction and Black Pack Attacks (Mahogany Mobs) on whites should give you pause before jumping aboard the Glenn Beck Train.

It's a locomotive straight into I Had A Dream (I HAD) land. What America - white America - needs right now are people who have navigated away from I HAD land; those who have seen what "equality" and "freedom" bring about, and those who understand the rocky terrain and topography of BRA are unwelcoming to white people.

Yes -- white people.

White America owes nothing to Black America; once people understand this, the immigration problem and the "Muslim" problem can be dealt with overnight -- but until white people in America understand that they are not to blame for the plight (and blight) of Black Americans, well, you might as well look to Detroit in 2012 as the future of all of the nation.

One of those such men was Charlton Heston. His 1999 "Cultural War" speech to Harvard Law School shames anything Patrick Buchanan has ever publicly stated, and is the stuff of legend. In this address, he points out that he was once marched with Martin Luther King for equality, but seems to understand that this laid the groundwork for something far more sinister (what we have termed BRA):
Dedicating the memorial at a Gettysburg, Abraham Lincoln said of America, "We are now engaged in a great Civil War, testing whether this nation or any nation so conceived and so dedicated can long endure." 
Those words are true again. I believe that we are again engaged in a great civil war, a cultural war that's about to hijack your birthright to think and say what resides in your heart. I fear you no longer trust the pulsing lifeblood of liberty inside you...the stuff that made this country rise from wilderness into the miracle that it is. 
Let me back up. About a year ago I became president of the National Rifle Association, which protects the right to keep and bear arms. I ran for office, I was elected, and now I serve...I serve as a moving target for the media who've called me everything from "ridiculous" and "duped" to a "brain-injured senile, crazy old man." I know...I'm pretty old...but I sure Lord ain't senile. 
As I have stood in the crosshairs of those who target Second Amendment freedoms, I've realized that firearms are not the only issue. No, it's much, much bigger than that.
I've come to understand that a cultural war is raging across our land, in which, with Orwellian fervor, certain acceptable thoughts and speech are mandated. 
For example, I marched for civil rights with Dr. King in 1963 - long before Hollywood found it fashionable. But when I told an audience last year that white pride is just as valid as black pride or red pride or anyone else's pride, they called me a racist. 
I've worked with brilliantly talented homosexuals all my life. But when I told an audience that gay rights should extend no further than your rights or my rights, I was called a homophobe. 
I served in World War II against the Axis powers. But during a speech, when I drew an analogy between singling out innocent Jews and singling out innocent gun owners, I was called an anti-Semite. 
Everyone I know knows I would never raise a closed fist against my country. But when I asked an audience to oppose this cultural persecution, I was compared to Timothy McVeigh. 
From Time magazine to friends and colleagues, they're essentially saying, "Chuck, how dare you speak your mind. You are using language not authorized for public consumption!" 
But I am not afraid. If Americans believed in political correctness, we'd still be King George's boys - subjects bound to the British crown.
It's hard to imagine anyone saying something like this today, and being allowed to ever grace the public stage again (perhaps I'm being to hard on Buchanan; after all, MSNBC cut off his access to the picnic table of tolerated punditry). Remember the end of Bowling for Columbine, where the turgid Michael Moore tries to ensnare Heston in public display of racism:

In the climactic final scene of Michael Moore's Oscar-winning documentary Bowling for Columbine, the highest grossing documentary before Moore's own Fahrenheit 9/11, the rotund one stalks Charlton Heston, the elderly president of the National Rifle Association, to his lair, and asks him:
Moore: But you don't have any opinion as to why we're the unique country, the only country that does this? That kills each other at this level with guns.
 Heston: Well, we have, probably a more mixed ethnicity, than other countries, some other countries.
Moore pounces on Heston's shocking faux pas:
Moore: ...So you think it's an ethnic thing?
Sensing his gaffe, Heston paddles desperately upstream:

Heston: Well, I don't think it's—I wouldn't go as far as to say that. We had enough problems with civil rights in the beginning.

A Public Display of Racism is the most punishable offense against BRA one can perform (just look at how Glenn Beck's The Blaze castigates the white guy from Buffalo who shamed all of modern conservatism with his accurate description of what Black people do to a neighborhood and a community).

What should be most frightening to Conservatism Inc. (the term used to describe the incestuous nexus of Beltway Non-Profits/I HAD Pundits/Religious-End-of-Time Zealots, etc.) is the realization that beneath the veneer of the Republican Party beats a heart of something frightening.

Just read the comments of the big right-of-center Web sites: look at Daily Caller's comments; look at The Blaze; look at any of the threads that appear at the affiliate of NBC/CBS/ABC/Fox in a city where another episode of Black people engaging in stereotypically Black behavior...

Lurking behind the heart of Conservatism Inc., is the heart of the America Charlton Heston spoke of in his "Cultural War" speech -- the heart of the America that is so far losing the war.

In one moment, this cultural war could end. Few people dare say that the "cultural war" is really a racial war, an attempt to permanently subjugate white people into a form of financial servitude (you can exist as long as you keep paying taxes to promote the proliferation of non-whites, who will day vote for more and more goodies that you will pay for).

That's the fragility of this whole system.

White America owes Black America nothing. Once you understand this, any attempt at having you live in a world where groveling at the table of tolerance for scraps will be futile.

America is almost ready for the Fair Campaign. Are you?