Before we being our story, please peruse this PK piece from VDare, published on December 30, 2015 (Dawn of the Dead Malls).
It's vital you remember the Monroeville Mall in Pennsylvania was the main character in George Romero's classic Dawn of the Dead.
We've mentioned it before, not because it was once a cinematic home to survivors in a post-apocalyptic zombie wasteland, but because black people decided to remind white people why segregation was once the law of much of the land.
Curfews were put in place to stop black violence (commonly called "teen" or "juvenile" violence via a complicit in the promotion of black dysfunction press), but the Monroeville Mall that Mr. Romero made famous couldn't stay out of the news. They even required adult escorts for these "teens" of an undefined race.
Because Jim Crow is a reminder of the Ghost of Christmas Past (when malls flourished and commerce helped build/shape communities), the city of Monroeville must install Orwellian measures to try and combat unmentionable black crime... knowing anything too overt would get a visit from the Department of Justice. [Hi-tech surveillance cameras arrive in Monroeville in effort to fight crime, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 10-12-16]:
A series of high-definition surveillance cameras are now operating at about a dozen locations in Monroeville, acting as “virtual checkpoints” as they monitor traffic entering and leaving the municipality.
Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. and Monroeville officials made the announcement this morning, more than a month after unveiling the plans to buy and install the vehicular cameras.
The cameras are being monitored by the Monroeville Police Department and are capable of recording and archiving video for 30 days, Mr. Zappala said.
Mr. Zappala has said the cameras are needed to help law enforcement identify criminal elements among the thousands of transients drawn to Monroeville by Monroeville Mall, other businesses, restaurants, and 1,100 hotel rooms as well as those visiting friends and relatives, Mr. Zappala said. They have easy access to the municipality via the Pennsylvania Turnpike, the Parkway and other major roadways.
The cameras were installed at as many as a dozen locations in Monroeville that provide major points of ingress and egress, officials said.
License plate recognition software will alert police if a wanted vehicle has passed through a virtual checkpoint. Also, Mr. Zappala emphasized that the presence of the cameras will help suppress crime.
“The safety of a community should be an inclusive process and cameras are an important part of that process because we see what the camera sees in an objective fashion,” Mr. Zappala said.So why bring up the Monroeville Mall, save for the nostalgia of reminiscing on black people in 2015/2016 doing their best impersonations of zombies and reminding us why our ancestors - in their infinite wisdom - utilized the law to protect their posterity from the depravity of freed slaves?
Because it was one of the malls playing host to the spasm of black violence nationwide. [Mall fights break out in 12 states, including Pennsylvania, amid post-holiday rush, PennLive.com, 12-27-16]:
MONROEVILLE -- Arrests are being reported following youthful melees at western Pennsylvania's Monroeville Mall on Monday, part of a nationwide outbreak of violence at shopping centers in the midst of the post-holiday rush.
Monroeville's chief of police, Doug Cole, told PennLive on Tuesday that four juvenile females and one 18-year-old male had been arrested in connection with a series of fights that broke out at the mall on Monday. PennLive was not immediately able to confirm the identities of those involved.
All five individuals have been charged with disorderly conduct and fighting at the mall, Cole said. Meanwhile, witnesses told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that they had seen blood on the floor after at least one of the scuffles.
"It's chaotic at the mall, " one tenant told the paper.
Similar incidents were also being reported at malls across the country on Monday, as shoppers packed them in search of post-holiday deals. There were no reports of serious injuries, according to the Associated Press, which said violence had been reported at malls in the following states: Arizona, Texas, Indiana, Connecticut, Tennessee, Colorado, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Illinois and North Carolina.Jim Crow, sundown laws, segregation... these 'nefarious' ideas didn't exist because of racism, supremacy, or hate. On the contrary, they existed because long ago, white people understood the civilization they created and sustained was incompatible (based on unsupervised black behavior in this civilization) with African people.
Once again, our dying malls - even Romero's Dawn of the Dead Mall - prove, black people = the modern interpretation of zombies.