Both major political parties are aligned against us and dedicated to the slow eradication of our future via high taxation, while disinformation campaigns in academia and from news organizations disseminating a steady stream of hostile white images means agitated (and aggressive) blacks.
And winter is soon to end. Jack Frost is leaving.
|The stunning decline of St. Louis as a major American city has everything to do with white people abandoning the city they built to the growing menace of Africans in America|
Spring is blooming.
Spring is coming. [Activist warns: Return of warm weather to St. Louis could mean violence, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 2-22-15]:
A leader of a community outreach group warned fact-finders for a federal civil rights agency Monday that warm weather could spark more street violence in lingering resentment of police shootings.
“As St. Louis walks into this next warm season, and it’s right around the corner, we’re not ready for what’s going to come out of our neighborhoods,” said James Clark, vice president of the nonprofit organization Better Family Life.
“This is going to be a very, very challenging time in our community as it relates to crime and violence. Once this weather breaks, there are going to be challenges for the police officers. How the police are going to manage it — my prayers are with them.”
Clark participated in one of several panels addressing the Missouri Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. It is examining police use of force relating to race or color.
The commission is an independent, bipartisan agency that advises the president and Congress on civil rights matters. It took an active interest here after the shooting of a black teen, Michael Brown, by a Ferguson police officer on Aug. 9.
Panels of academics, activists, police and government officials met through the day at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Public attendance appeared light, about two dozen as Clark spoke.
St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson said he is being as transparent as possible about shootings by officers and touted creation of a unit dedicated to investigate them.Capt. Mary Edwards-Fears said the department provided a rapid and detailed account when two St. Louis officers fatally shot Kajieme Powell about a week after Brown died. Officials said Powell came at the officers with a knife.
“People will not tolerate being kept out of the information loop, especially when it comes to policing and public safety,” Edwards-Fears said. “When it comes to critical incidents, we must explain ourselves fully and quickly.”
The real question is: Is the St. Louis of 1915 a more advanced city than the St. Louis of 2015? From Is the City of St. Louis a Safer Place in 2011 than in 1971? How Are We Supposed to Know?, NXTStl.com, 1-13-12
Dotson has admitted that in a rush to provide information that day, he passed along an observation of a witness that turned out to be contradicted by a bystander’s video of the killing. The police have not released the officers’ names, something Dotson said he will do once Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce has completed her review of the case.
Edwards-Fears said the “truly tragic” killing of Powell “presented us a huge opportunity to educate the public, especially on our use-of-force policy and why we do things the way we do them.”
Joining Clark on a panel of activists earlier in the day were Charli Cooksey, with the Young Citizen’s Council of St. Louis; J. Alfredo Chavez, with Latinos en Axion St. Louis; David Nehrt-Flores, with Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates; and the Rev. Traci Blackmon, with Christ the King Church in Florissant.
Brown’s killing also “emboldened the black population,” Clark said.
“I have been telling St. Louis officials as early as 2011 that we’re not ready for what is to come,” he said. “Things are getting more volatile in the community.”
Clark established himself in poor black communities for his work with at-risk youths, helping them to find jobs and social services, such as counseling.
“They feel they can openly confront police officers; it’s a growing trend,” he said.
As protests have continued, Clark said he has seen police become less inclined to speak with and listen to demonstrators.
“We can’t have police become complacent and apathetic,” he said.One hundred years ago, St. Louis had a population of 687,029.
|St. Louis Homicide Arrest Rates by race from 1930 - 2000. Source: St. Louis Metamorphosis: Past Trends and Future Directions|
It was 93 percent white and six percent black.
Today, St. Louis has a population of 319,294.
It is 49 percent black and 43 percent white.
White people have long known that once winter ends, the hibernating black criminality awakens, and with this thawing of low impulse control and poor future-time orientation comes the true black death.
The demographic decline of the white population in St. Louis is testament to this reality, with white families fleeing the carnage of black dysfunction and slowly abandoning formerly prosperous communities to Africans in America.
A true Better Family Life organization would be one dedicated to improving the quality of life for white people (and their progeny), but in Black-Run America it is one of those uniquely black nonprofit organizations kept alive via tax donations from corporations (a bank purchased $13 million in tax-credits to assist this "organization" in buying up a building in heavily black North St. Louis to use as its headquarters...).
Here's the vision statement:
Better Family Life, Inc. (BFL) is a community development 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to the prosperity and growth of the American family. BFL was organized in February 1983 out of a need to find internal solutions to the crises within the African American family.
MissionBFL's mission is to plan and establish social, cultural, artistic, youth, economic, housing and educational programs that help to promote positive and innovative changes within the metropolitan St. Louis area. Much of BFL's programming is geared towards people who are unemployed, underemployed, disadvantaged and skill-deficient.
1) FamilyBetter Family Life, Inc. advocates the belief that a cohesive family is the foundation for every human being’s development. It endeavors to rehabilitate individuals on a complete cultural, educational, social, and economic level by helping them become self-sufficient and contributing members of society.
2) CultureBetter Family Life believes that the self-conscious means by which a people creates itself, celebrates itself, and introduces itself to history and humanity is the primary route to personal, family, and group growth and sustainability.
3) Social and Economic GrowthBetter Family Life places a high degree of importance on the social and economic elevation of low and moderate income families, disadvantaged populations, and those who are financially stable, as proven by our record of achievements since 1983.
4) Integrity and AccountabilityBetter Family Life has an unwavering commitment to integrity and accountability in all of its endeavors.Better Family Life is dedicated solely to the improving of black lives in the city of St. Louis, one a mere shadow of the metropolis that existed in the 1910s (with much less than half the population of the city that was 93 percent white in 1915).
And yet the quality of life in St. Louis has continually declined as the city becomes blacker and blacker (and less white).
With James Clark, vice president of the nonprofit organization Better Family Life, basically blackmailing the city of St. Louis with a threat of black violence (unless more money is pumped into his fraudulent organization) once the winter weather warms, the reality of what black criminality represents becomes clear: the slow, inexorable death of the civilizations Europeans have created in America.
You'll notice this article is peppered with a graph of the racial breakdown of St. Louis' population from 1910 to 2010; images of homicide rates from NextStl.com showing population decline in the city; and the homicide rate for the white population and the black population from 1930 - 1990 courtesy of The book St. Louis Metromorphosis: Past Trends and Future Directions (edited by Brady Baybeck and F. Terrence Jones), published in 2004 by the Missouri Historical Society Press.
These two images and Excel graph tell the story of the reality of the black death in America for the city of St. Louis.
And as the leader of an exclusively black community outreach group warned those already convinced of the evil of white people masquerading as fact-finders for a federal civil rights agency that warm weather could spark an increased black intifada of street violence in St. Louis over lingering resentment of police correctly interpreting the law, the racial decline of the becomes clear.
Ninety-three percent white in 1915 ( 638936 white people)...
Today, St. Louis is only 43 percent white (137296 white people)...
Civilization can survive earthquakes. It can survive floods, tornadoes and hurricanes.
Hell, a volcanic eruption can even preserve an ancient civilization to exacting detail.
But no civilization has ever survived its black population. Not even the bricks remain...