They fear it's the end of the world as we know it.
Long ago, I realized the end of this era (Black-Run America) would birth our salvation.
If we can only survive its collapse.
Independent of any central authority, the reality of race begins to reassert itself.
Perhaps it's premature to dub these times the end of days of Black-Run America (BRA); but it would be foolish to not consider the incredible implications of what's going on gentrifying New Orleans communities as they prepare to combat almost entirely black crime... without the states blessing.
Before we continue, some racial demographics of those four New Orleans communities prepared to tax themselves (extra) to pay for security the police - whose salaries their tax revenue already funds - can't provide.
- Marigny: 86 percent white.
- St. Roch: Though only 10 percent white, is experiencing the type of gentrification that can remove the civilizational retarding stain of Africans in American quickly. [St. Claude Avenue neighborhoods changed by Katrina, the creative class and gentrification, NOLA.com, 1-23-13]
- Bywater and St. Claude are also undergoing the type of incredible gentrification that can remove the blighted vestiges of Africans in America (retarding capital investment for new businesses in the process) and instantly see appreciated property value with only a simple change in racial demographics. [Gentrification of Bywater and St. Claude Avenue was sped up by flood and 2008 economic slump, NOLA, 1-25-13]
As the cracks in this age slowly begin to appear, the seeds of a new order speedily begin to emerge.
Remember, the state has only one fundamental role: protect private property rights, thereby ensuring communities can form.
And never forget, the official state philosophy of BRA is the redistribution of black people to communities suffering from an abundance of social capital, so that no true community can survive.
Nothing lasts forever. Not even Black-Run America.
For eventually the civilizational nullifying impact Africans in America have on the type of community Europeans in America create becomes obvious. [Four downriver neighborhoods consider creating single security district: Neighborhoods working to get proposal on ballot, New Orleans Advocate, 2-23-15]:
With New Orleans Police Department staffing well below its ideal level and fear of crime on the rise, four neighborhood groups along St. Claude Avenue are talking about creating a private security district that could stretch from Esplanade Avenue to the Industrial Canal.
The proposal is expected to be put before the voters in the Marigny, Bywater, St. Roch and St. Claude neighborhoods by the end of the year and could be followed by an attempt by French Quarter groups to establish their own security district.
Dozens of such districts already dot the New Orleans landscape, providing neighborhoods with state-created structures to levy taxes or fees to pay for and manage private patrols. If it is created, the downriver district would be among the largest of these organizations.
The proposal for the St. Claude Avenue district is being floated as concerns about security have spiked along with an increasing number of armed robberies and other violent crimes. Those concerns have been felt acutely in the downriver neighborhoods due to several random beatings and other attacks in the area.
“This will allow the neighborhoods to revive and rebuild and establish themselves without the specter of crime keeping them down,” said Jonathan Rhodes, a board member of St. Claude Main Street who has been spearheading the discussions with the neighborhood groups.
French Quarter proposals
French Quarter groups also are contemplating a security district that would encompass their neighborhood, providing a permanent source of funding for increased patrols. A similar plan was proposed in 2010 but was rejected by the voters, with 65 percent voting against it — one of the few times such a proposal has been defeated in New Orleans.
Neighborhood leaders have been meeting with Mayor Mitch Landrieu since earlier this year on the crime problem, working on proposals that include extra police details on Bourbon Street that are funded by business groups as well as having additional NOPD officers assigned to the Quarter.
Bob Simms, who is in charge of the French Quarter Management District’s Security Task Force, said that group is focused on short-term solutions and finding private funding for additional details for the whole Quarter. But, he said, a formal district is one of two or three proposals on the table to provide a way to improve the police presence in the Quarter until the NOPD is better staffed.
“We all recognize that we’ve got to have a more visible police presence if we’re going to deter crime,” Simms said.You don't need a more visible police presence to deter crime; you just need to remove black people from your community and the primary contributors of criminality are gone.
The sooner you realize the old paradigm of right/left, Republican/Democrat/Libertarian no longer matters, the faster along the path of true salvation you'll be.
Just like those white people in gentrifying New Orleans are attempting to assert European civilization back in areas where Africans in America have long extinguished it... by establishing their own security district.