If you pay close enough attention, you see patterns emerging.
|Emergency curfews being passed nationwide lend credence to these laws|
That's what the latest Paul Kersey column at VDare is all about -- the noticing of patterns. [After Zimmerman: Maybe There’s A Reason Cities Are Enacting Curfews?, July 16, 2013]:
While America braces for more rioting in the wake of George Zimmerman’s acquittal, and as Attorney General Eric (“my people”) Holder threatens a federal “hate crime” double jeopardy end run, this 17-month saga has obscured an accelerating phenomenon that may ultimately prove more significant.Read the rest over at VDare.com, but understand the noticing of certain patterns in these emergency curfews - especially the one that just passed because of black violence in Greensboro, North Carolina - confirms what few people dare mention today.
As I noted in a March 26, 2012 VDARE.com column as the Main Stream Media narrative of the martyrdom of St. Martin was unraveling, cities across the country were being forced to enact emergency curfews to deal with rising racial anarchy since Obama’s election in 2008.“Obama’s sons” were out of control:
It's time to bring back sundown laws, or at least admit the reason they were passed to begin with; and, invariably, it's the same reason these cities are passing emergency curfews. The concluding paragraph of the piece at VDare.com:
I am an American who was born long after the Civil Rights struggle had been won. But the more we march into the future, the more it becomes apparent these special curfew laws now being passed nationwide are a response to exactly the same pathological behavior that sundown laws once protected against.
Colin Flaherty has documented what is really happening in America in his underground bestseller White Girl Bleed A Lot.
The law is no longer on her side.What do you think?
Talk about it here, but please be sure spread the VDare piece far and wide.
But remember: since the election of Barack Obama in 2008, a number of patterns have emerged for those paying attention.