|"No one knows what it's like To be the bad man To be the sad man Behind blue eyes"|
Well, 'segregation' didn't pull the trigger that killed Jonylah Watkins - it was just another black male, who will be protected by the code of "no-snitch" in the black community of Chicago - but a black individual did pull the trigger that killed 13-month-old Antonio Angel Santiago.
Antonio Angel Santiago is the victim of the dismantling of segregation [Parents of slain baby speak out, CBS 47, 3-22-13]:
When she got back from the hospital with a bullet wound to her leg, Sherry West invited Action News into her living room still littered with items belonging to her baby boy, Antonio. The 13 month old was killed just a few hours earlier. She says it was during a robbery attempt by a couple of kids.
She says she was walking her child in his stroller just yards from their Brunswick, Georgia home at about 9 a.m.
"Two boys approached me. Two African American boys. One of them was about 15," said West. "He said, 'I'm going to kill you if you don't give me money,' and I said, 'I swear I don't have any.'"
She says the other boy appeared younger than 10 years old. The older one pointed a handgun.
Little Antonio's father, Louis Santiago, told Action News he wishes he could have been there to protect his family.
Santiago said, "He was special. He had the bluest, bluest eyes."
"I put my arms over my baby and he shoves me and then he shot my baby right in the head," said the child's tearful mother.
West said she began CPR on her baby's lifeless body while wondering to herself how a couple of boys could get their hands on a real gun. "But when I saw him shoot my baby and he died, I knew it was real," said West.SBPDL does not endorse segregation, but it should be obvious now that such a legal framework once existed to protect white individuals/family's life, liberty (property value and business interests), and pursuit of happiness.
Now, white people must spend huge amounts of income to fortify themselves from the feckless culture that permeates black communities nationwide (culture, of course, being just a byproduct of the race that creates it).
In our world, the black community stands in complete solidarity with their criminal class - protecting them through the "no-snitch" rule when a crime is committed in their community - with black-controlled cities bestowing 'honorary citizenship' upon their most celebrated victims of white racism/oppression (Trayvon Martin was granted posthumous 'honorary citizenship' to the dying 74 percent black city of Birmingham, Alabama).
|DeMarquise Elkins Facebook page (and cover photo) -- one of the two suspected black murderers of a 13-month-old baby, execution style|
Was Jonylah Watkins the victim of segregated-related violence?
No... just the type of "random" (senseless) violence found in black communities across the nation, that white people pay huge portions of their salary to avoid.
Next time you are stuck in traffic, commuting an hour each way to and from work (missing precious hours that could have been spent with your spouse and children), remember the name Antonio Angel Santiago.
Then think of the name Jonylah Watkins.
Two infants, both gunned down by blacks.
One white. The other black.
The reason you commute such a long distance is to simply avoid having to raise your family in a city dominated by blacks, where brutal crimes/murders/rapes happen as frequently as the sun sets and rises.
Not one city in America will make Antonio Angel Santiago an "honorary citizen," though the black community in Brunswick will ultimately defend the two black males involved in his execution as --- "good boys" or were "honor students."
The only job white people in America have left to perform is simply death and taxes. There is no civilization to build and sustain, to one day pass on to your posterity to inherit.
All you can do is try and avoid being just another faceless victim of Spontaneous Blackness, as your raise your family and go about your daily task of traversing great distances to and from work.
Update at 4:53 p.m. (Eastern) on March 22, 2013:
Moments ago Brunswick Chief of Police Tobe Green announced the arrests of two young men in connection with the shooting of a 13 month old baby and her mother. Green called it a bittersweet moment for the Brunswick Police Dept. and the agencies involved in the investigation. “It’s bitter because of the occurrences of yesterday. But it’s sweet to know that we have two arrests for the persons who committed this horrendous act.”
Green says 17-year-old Demarquis Elkins and a 14-year-old whom he did not name because the individual is a minor, are now facing first-degree murder charges. Police say Sherry West was walking her 13 month old baby in a stroller yesterday when the pair confronted her. West claims they demanded money from her and threatened to kill her baby if she did not comply. Her baby was shot and killed. She was also shot and taken to the hospital with injuries.