There's literally nothing funnier in the world than what's happening in presently 80 percent black Selma, Alabama.
Remember: it is this city that presently serves as the moral compass for America, guiding us in a direction few dare criticize for it would mean those white cops who dared stand for law and order on the Edmund Pettus Bridge back in 1965 are the actual heroes in the Selma Saga.
Every year, politicians, academicians, actors/actresses, celebrities, and other pitchmen and purveyors of modernity flock to Selma to walk across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in a show of solidarity against white people; and, hilariously, once the cameras leave and every last ounce of moral virtue can be harvested from the march, the majority black residents of Selma get back to robbing, shooting, and killing one another (they do all of this when they aren't busy turning the city into just another representation of Africa in America).
Take in point, this story. [Hundreds attend crime night out, Selma Times Journal, 10-13-16]:
Several hundred people attended the city of Selma’s Crime Night Out Thursday at the Selma Amphitheater. The Selma Police Department, Selma Fire Department, Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, CARE Ambulance and more first responders used the special night to interact with the community. “[The event is] very important for the youth. Right now, they need guidance.
We’ve dropped the ball, a lot of us as parents, but as far as getting the message to the young kids, that’s what we need to do,” said James Johnson, who attended the event.
“Having a gathering like this means a lot, coming together as one.” The Selma High School band performed, along with the Selma High cheerleaders, Selma High choir and Concordia College Alabama’s band.
Representatives from several city departments were on hand with posters and information to talk to people in the community. “I’m out here to have fun,” Johnson said. “I had to see my grandson perform, Trey Johnson, they did a rap song “Put the Guns Down” which in Selma, that’s what we need to do.”Before white rule/white civilization was overwhelmed, was it ever necessary for a Selma where "Jim Crow" was present to have black children sing songs about black people "Putting the Guns Down" to end the scourge of black-on-black crime?
The answer, of course, is no.
But in a world where black people hold all elected positions of power, make up 4/5th's of the residents, and completely dominate the appointed public vocations in Selma, young black children admonish their fellow black citizens to "Put the Guns Down...."
Hilarious, really, when you think about it.
Remember, this is a city where one of the only remaining hotels (the historic St. James) is owned by the city and runs at a loss of roughly $25,000 a month... with an occupancy of near zero when there's no white guilt march/event being held on the bridge.
So, during the same event where young black people rap about black people putting down the guns so as to stop killing one another, we get this lecture. [Gang expert creates stronger awareness, shares solutions for Selma, WSFA.com, 10-14-16]:
An expert who has helped take down members of the nation’s most violent street gangs has once again set his sights on Selma, focusing on its schools.
His goal is to create more awareness in the hopes that the city can move past its problems with gang violence.
Tony Avendorph was a police officer for 40 years, serving in Illinois, California and Maryland.
He grew up on the south side of Chicago in the 1950s-60s in gang neighborhoods and was part of the gang culture for a period of time until he was able to attend a Catholic High School. There, he was able to play baseball and got a scholarship to college.He became a police officer in 1969 and started educating others about gangs in 1978.
He has been traveling around the country ever since, detailing the hierarchy, rituals, criminal enterprises, and inter-workings of different gangs.
He teaches a basic gangs and drug course and an advanced gang investigations course.
Five years ago, Avendorph was contacted by Selma City Schools and Dallas County District Attorney Michael Jackson and asked to visit Selma. Jackson attended Avendorph’s class at the Regional Counterdrug Training Academy in Meridian, Mississippi and suggested that Avendorph come to Selma and conduct a 2-3 day course for students, teachers, counselors and principals.
Avendorph has been to Dallas County three times in the past five years teaching classes.
“They’ve had quite a few gang issues here. They’ve had several shootings and it seems to be getting worse. So my job was to come here and do a little motivational speaking to the kids, talking about the pitfalls of bullying and being in gangs and talking to the teachers, counselors and principals about what to look for,” he said.Avendorph believes Selma can tackle gangs with a concerted effort.
“I was part of the Civil Rights Movement so I don’t want to see this city become a shooting gallery. I want to see Selma go back to the way it’s supposed to be and that’s a historic city where people come to visit,” he said. “The only way the problem is going to be solved is if people don’t deny there’s an issue here and become proactive and do this together.”Returning to the city three times in five years would seemingly invalidate his credentials as an "expert," right?
Sorry, Avendorph: Selma is a shooting gallery, precisely because black people don't believe black lives matter there (remember: the New York Times noted this in 1994: "The racial violence of the past is largely gone, replaced by a flood of drug-related, black-on-black crime that dwarfs the violence of Jim Crow.")
And, because of this reason, the condition of 2016 Selma, an 80 percent black city, stands tall as the greatest joke of them all regarding the federally-mandated experiment in coerced diversity/dismantling of white supremacy.
Once white supremacy was supplanted, all we were left in Selma was black dysfunction (which Jim Crow once dared keep in check to ensure white people and the civilization they created and passed on to their posterity, would endure). WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.