I defy you to find any person or any outlet that was actively using this term as much as SBPDL before Hillary Clinton's infamous "basket of deplorables/irredeemable" speech in August of 2016.
Irredeemable is an awesome word and it so accurately captures the black population in America, who
have received so much largesse in form of white taxpayer dollars and produced nothing more than
blighted/crime-ridden/decaying city after city after city nationwide.
Few more profound than the devastation (the Visible Black Hand of Economics) on display in 65 percent black Memphis, where the civilization white people long ago abandoned has regressed to the black mean in a macabre manner one can scarcely find in the writings of H.P. Lovecraft, but in the terrifying warnings of Madison Grant, Lothrop Stoddard and Theodore Bilbo.
When you realize the true writers of horror where nothing more than public figures in 1920s America, desperately trying to warn their fellow Americans (white people) about the dangers of whites accepting demented egalitarian dreams, you'll understand the nightmare of modernity could have been avoided.
Which brings us to this. [Former Memphis Mayor: Crime rate is 'a black problem', WMCActionnews5.com, 12-14-16]:
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) -The City of Memphis is seeing a record number of homicides this year. The last time the city saw this many homicides was in 1993 and Willie Herenton was mayor.
Herenton said the homicide rate in Memphis now is at a critical level and the fix to the problem is much larger than the elected officials.
"It's like old news being replayed," Herenton said.
In 1993, Memphis set a record with 213 homicides. Herenton said a special task force, in the early 90s, helped examine the crime. Years later his administration saw a crime dip as a result of MPD's Blue Crush.
Blue Crush targeted drug trafficking and crime monopolies. Although he said additional police officers would help the situation, they will not be able to get to the root causes of the violence.
"I'm going to irritate some people when I make this statement: This is a black problem," Herenton said. "This is a black problem that uniquely impacts the fabric of the black community."
Herenton said Memphis needs the same thing it needed in 1993.
"What we need in Memphis--we needed it in 1993 but we really need it today--is a massive community engagement initiative like we've never seen before," Herenton said.
He said drugs, gangs, and hopelessness have taken over the streets, and he is calling on people to act and to do it fast.
"What I see is a lack of a sense of urgency," Herenton said. "I don't see the black community embracing this as being our challenge."
As for officials like Mayor Jim Strickland or MPD Director Mike Rallings, he said it's not fair to put the homicide record on them.
"I don't care who the mayor is. The mayor cannot take full responsibility for the crime wave in this city," Herenton said.
Herenton said he is speaking at Strickland's prayer breakfast on New Year's Day.
He has plans to announce a community engagement program at the breakfast.Memphis is a city where the white people running the Memphis Commercial Appeal apologized for noting the Black Lives Matter-inspired racial attack in Dallas that left five white police officers dead, precisely because almost everyday their reporters cover an endless supply of black crime, black murder, black rape, black assault, black failure, black misery story only serves to prove those architects of Jim Crow were not only right, but that those Northern and Southern elected officials who worked to see the goals of the American Colonization Society come to fruition were the true heroes of our nation's history.
The worst black population in America is in either Memphis, Baltimore, Detroit, Chicago, or Philadelphia (honorable mention New Orleans, Atlanta, Birmingham, Washington D.C., St. Louis, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, and Newark).
There is no reforming the black population in Memphis, only a reformation of our views on blacks in how to properly protect our civilization for us in the present and for our posterity.
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