"...truth seldom is pleasant; it is almost invariably bitter." - Alexander Solzhenitsyn, A World Split Apart, delivered 8 June 1978, Harvard University
The day will come when we realize virtually every journalist on the payroll of media conglomeroates like Gannett, Advance Publications, and Lee Enterprises are guilty in perpetuating the criminal enterprise known as Black-Run America (BRA).
Those killed in what reporters callously deem as "robbery gone wrong" homicides (as if justifying the act of robbery...) are verbally castigated for being in the "wrong place at the wrong time" in the eyes of a media sworn to never cast judgment on any individual black person.
For casting judgment on an individual black person is casting judgment on all black people (one of the primary tenets of BRA).
[Man arrested in sale-gone-wrong homicide, THV11.com, 2-13-15]:
Police have arrested a person in connection to a violent online sale. According to Lt. Sidney Allen, Jeramye Morgan Hobbs, 24, of Little Rock, was arrested February 12 and charged with Capital Murder in the death of 56-year-old Sherwood resident Frank Steinsiek.
Allen said Hobbs contacted police and told them he had purchased a motorcycle similar to the one seen on the news. But, after inconsistent statements and witness interviews, detectives determined that Hobbs was involved in Steinsiek's death.
Both the trailer and the motorcycle were recovered.
No other arrests are expected in this case.Recall how the police in St. Louis described the actions of the black suspects who took the lives of two white men (in separate instances), Zemir Begic and Bobby Christman:
“We think it was wrong place, wrong time,” police spokeswoman Schron Jackson said of the lynching of Zemir Begic by multiple black people. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported on the Begic slaying these callous words: "Detectives do not believe the attackers took anything but Begic's life."
Add to those words, “Some criminals are just bolder than others.”The actions of Jeramye Hobbs are referred to as a "sale gone wrong," though his intent in meeting with Frank Steinsiek was never going to be a fair business deal: it was going to either be a robbery, or a "robbery gone wrong."
But it has been deemed a "sale gone wrong"...
Any death of a white person at the hands of a black suspect will invariably be described by the media as "[insert action here] gone wrong"; conversely, any death of a black person at the hands of a white suspect will inevitably be an opportunity for the media to lecture all white people for their past, present, and future evils against the colored people of the world.
Until the day BRA ends, all white people can do is go about their daily tasks, trying to avoid being in the wrong place at the wrong time, with your final moment on earth described as a: "carjacking gone wrong"; "home invasion gone wrong"; "riding public transportation gone wrong"; "walking to your car gone wrong"; "shopping gone wrong"; or, a "sale gone wrong."
Go ahead, Google "Craigslist Sale Gone Wrong" and see how many stories involving a black suspect come up.
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