Instead, the current state of the 80 percent black city - one completely dominated by black-elected officials in all levels of government - provides unambiguous proof to why those white people back in 1965 dared keep blacks from voting.
You'd think the federal government would pump tens of millions of dollars into 80 percent black Selma, to present the illusion of prosperity, peace, and tranquility in a city so important in creating the prevailing narrative and unifying anti-white ideology celebrated by those soldiers of Black-Run America (BRA).
|It only took a decade for the Black political structure in 80 percent black Selma to do what Idiocracy claimed takes 500 years...|
But, the exact opposite has happened.
A once charming city has Regressed to the Black Mean with white people leaving the city of their creation to a most untrustworthy racial group to maintain... Detroit, East St. Louis, Memphis, Newark, and Birmingham being proof the declining quality of life in 80 percent black Selma is no anomaly.
Selma, a city on track to be 90 - 95 percent black by 2020, would be the perfect candidate to be America's Potemkin Village. Instead, it's just another example confirmation that the racists were right...: [With Selma in spotlight, its blight impossible to miss:Many people who live or work in Selma today say it’s not enough to be a symbol for the country. White flight, cash-strapped schools and the changing economy have left the city struggling., Seattle Times, 3-7-15]:
Swelling with pride at its place in history, Selma was in a frenzy as it prepared to host two presidents and tens of thousands of people to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the civil-rights movement’s bloody climax.
But in the spotlight, Selma’s blight is impossible to miss. More than 40 percent of Dallas County’s residents live below the poverty line, compared with the national average of 14.5 percent. Selma helped break down legal barriers, paving the way for the Voting Rights Act of 1965, but economic ones have been more stubborn.
Saturday’s visitors saw a sleepy downtown, with vacant, boarded-up buildings dotting the side streets.
U.S. Rep. John Lewis, an Atlanta Democrat and civil-rights leader who suffered a fractured skull leading the “Bloody Sunday” march, said last month: “Fifty years ago this place was the center of commerce, it was booming. You came here on a Friday afternoon or early evening on a Saturday, to shop from the rural areas or the small towns.”
U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell, Alabama’s first elected black congresswoman, is an ambassador of the city. She grew up in Selma, was the first black valedictorian at Selma High School, went to Princeton University and Harvard Law, became a lawyer, and was elected to the House in 2010 to a district that covers Selma.
“Selma is now,” said Sewell, a Democrat. “It is relevant for our fight for human rights and social justice around the world. What the people of Selma need are better opportunities. It’s not enough that the world come and walk across the bridge.”
To Perkins, it’s a moral issue.
“I’m convinced that the nation owes Selma,” he said.“If we consider Iraq as a Ground Zero in war theater, if this country can spend billions of dollars to rebuild a foreign nation after war,” he said, “why shouldn’t we spend a few million to rebuild a community after its Ground Zero experiences in this country?”The racists who opposed the creation of a black-power structure in Selma (remember: demography is destiny) were right: the city of Selma is no longer a 1st World city, but looks like one of those African cities a decade after white people have decolonized the area. ["Decayed, uninhabitable homes will be Obama’s first view of Selma," Washington Post, 3-7-2015]
On a recent episode of AMC’s hit television show The Walking Dead, Daryl Dixon gutted a raccoon and cooked it for dinner after reaching the Alexandria Safe Zone. This was in the context of a fictional zombie apocalypse.
Fifty years after the Voting Rights Act, the residents of Selma are eating raccoons while Obama gives speeches. They overwhelmingly voted for him, twice.When whites disappear, the world individual blacks collectively create equates to the type of horrors depicted in post-apocalyptic fiction...
Evidence civilization once flourished in Selma is found in the downtown area and the decaying residential houses, but there's little sign of a future for this soon-to-be entirely black city. Which is why Jesse Jackson has advocated the government stepping in and making it illegal for white-owned businesses to leave the city. [RUNDOWN CITIES? JUST DON'T ALLOW BUSINESSES TO LEAVE, Jesse Jackson suggests cure for what ails Selma, other urban areas, in 2015, 3-9-15]
Again: of all the cities in America collapsing under the enormous pressure of racial transformation, buckling beneath the burden of no longer being supported by the founding population (whites), shouldn't 80 percent black Selma be a city the federal government maintains as a Potemkin Village to maintain the illusion of "all races are equal?"
But that's not happening. Indeed, the exact opposite is taking place, with the deteriorating quality of life in 80 percent black Selma - a city boasting a black mayor, majority black city council, and black people leading all municipal entities - stretching the credulity of those claiming "race doesn't exist" in the process.
No story illustrates the lack of social capital, civic engagement, and the pride the primarily black citizens of Selma have for their city than a careful reading of this plea by the newspaper for them to pick up the piles of litter found on the streets of Selma... before the world's media came to celebrate Bloody Sunday turning 50... [City needs to clean up trash before March events, Selma Times Journal, 2-24-15]:
As the city prepares for one of the biggest events in its history — the 50th anniversary Bridge Crossing Jubilee — different community members are doing their part to help clean up the city.
Driving down many roads in Selma trash is visible by the roads and in some cases piles of trash line the road.
It’s a serious problem that people in the community need to address. We want the city to look its best when thousands of people come in March. There are so many attractive things about Selma, and we don’t want it to be overshadowed by the amount of trash lying around.
We should encourage our guests to help keep our city clean while they are here taking part in the many activities scheduled that week.
To help the cause, the city of Selma is asking for the community’s help with a city wide cleanup.
The cleanup started Monday and will run through Thursday.
The Public Works Department is adding two wards each day in addition to the wards that are regularly scheduled for trash pickup each day.
The city held a similar event in January and we are glad to see that they are continuing in their effort to make Selma as nice as it can be when the spotlight is shining down on the Queen City.
We are thankful that the city has held a program like the cleanup, and we hope that even after the Jubilee has come and gone, the community will continue to see the need for clean streets.Why don't the citizens of 80 percent black Selma just throw their trash in a trashcan, instead of littering? Again, shouldn't this most sacred of Civil Rights sites be the Potemkin Village of BRA?
No. The 80 percent black city of Selma is just confirmation of what those vile racists knew long ago who dared try and keep the conditions found in 2015 Selma from ever becoming the unpleasant reality they are today. [Many sacrificed their weekend to pick up trash, Selma Journal Times, 3-2-15]:
One of the busiest weeks in Selma history has arrived and with it comes the culmination of months and months of hard work from city leaders and everyday citizens. With the majority of the incoming jubilee crowd expected to arrive later in the week, there’s still work being completed, but it’s all winding down.
Saturday a big chunk of one of Selma and the surrounding area’s biggest problems was taken care of by those in the Adopt A Mile program, who picked up trash down U.S. Highway 80. Seemingly every mile on Highway 80 Saturday there were groups of volunteers, picking up trash to make sure visitors that drive through this weekend don’t have to look at roadways surrounded by garbage.
Among the volunteers were students from Wallace Community College Selma and members of Lillies of the Valley.
There seemed to be orange trash bags lined up everywhere, which shows just how much garbage there was on the road. With the hard part along that stretch of road complete, our hope is that motorists will refrain from tossing items out their windows and dirtying what can be a visually appealing stretch of highway.
If everyone makes the effort to pick up an item or two and refrains from littering, people will start talking less about trash on the roadway and will instead just notice Selma. That’s the end goal we should all have in mind.If you can't laugh at this, you'll never get the joke.
The quality of life found in 80 percent black Selma is an exclamation mark on the following sentence: The Racists Were Right!