Monday, November 6, 2017

Anti-White Leftists Successfully Pressure Philadelphia to Remove Statue of Frank Rizzo

Until we stand, all will fall. 

Robert E. Lee. 

Stonewall Jackson. 

George Washington. 

Thomas Jefferson. 

Teddy Roosevelt. 

All the monuments will come down to the aforementioned men, and other white men such as Christopher Columbus, Francis Scott Key, Henry Clay, and... any white man who never prostrated himself for the advancement of nonwhites. 
Because of the complaints of a radical SJW Asian Councilwoman, the statue to Frank Rizzo in Philadelphia (vandalized in the picture with "black power" written on it) will come down


Next on the chopping block? 

Frank Rizzo. [After Vandalism, Controversy, Philly to Move Frank Rizzo Statue, NBC Philadelphia, 11-4-17]:


After months of controversy and several protests, the city announced that the Frank Rizzo statue will be moved from its current location across from Philadelphia’s City Hall.
City officials made the unexpected announcement Friday that the decision was reached after thousands of individual recommendations from the public and careful consideration.
There was no exact date for the 10-foot monument's removal from its perch on Thomas Paine Plaza in front of the Municipal Services Building. The full-body, hand-waving Rizzo looks south, several yards from the busy intersection of JFK Boulevard and North 15th Street.
City Managing Director Michael DiBerardinis said in a statement that "potential new locations" have been identified, but he did not name them.
“Earlier this year we initiated a call for ideas on the future of the Rizzo statue,” DiBerardinis said. “We carefully reviewed and considered everyone’s viewpoints and we have come to the decision that the Rizzo statue will be moved to a different location. This decision comes at a time when we have begun the preliminary stages of planning to re-envision Paine Plaza as a new type of inviting and engaging public space.”
Rizzo served as mayor from 1972 to 1980. His controversial legacy stretches further back to his rise through the ranks of the police department to eventually become commissioner.
He became the ire of local activists and protesters amid the national debate about statues honoring leaders of the South during the Civil War, particularly monuments displayed prominently on public property in southern cities.
Councilwoman Helen Gym first stirred the anti-Rizzo statue fervor when she tweeted in August that it should be removed.
Over the summer, the statue was vandalized at least twice. The statue was egged and a man was arrested for spray-painting "black power" on it.
After asking the public to weigh in on if the statue should be moved, almost 4,000 proposals were received.

Rizzo was a hero, a beacon of hope for western civilization in one of America's great cities, long burdened with a black crime problem even W.E.B Du Bois lamented.


In Joseph R. Daughen and Peter Binzen’s biography of Frank Rizzo – a man the police of Philadelphia referred to as “the General” – we learn the reality of black crime never changes (and a great reason why present-day SJWs hate his memory). 

Outside of the crimes of passion you see in the white community or mass violence committed by antisocial freaks (the occasional white psychopath), the frighteningly repetitive frequency of individual black criminality - aggregated together - equals the death of a city’s viability. 

The good people leave when the bad are allowed to flourish.


And as The Cop Who Would Be King makes clear, Rizzo stood for the good people:
The city did not erupt, as Detroit, with more than forty dead, and Newark, with 25 dead, did. And for that, Philadelphians, black and white, were grateful. But the blacks would not remain so grateful after Rizzo’s style as commissioner became better known to them, after they had seen him action on other occasions. 

These occasions would reinforce an uneasy suspicion that Rizzo was at heart a racist, a northern Bull Connor whose concept of justice consisted of the speedy and expert truncheoning of the skulls of blacks. Rizzo would protest against this description of himself, but his unrestrained, implicitly violent public comments only served to strengthen that impression. Indeed, an examination of his record tended to support Rizzo. His truncheon was used with the same abandon on whites that it was on blacks.
 

But far more blacks than whites had contact with the police. Four out of five persons arrested for major crimes in Philadelphia were black. Blacks were responsible for most of the street crime, most of the murders, most of the rapes, most of the robberies. It was random violence by blacks against whites – a college student stabbed to death as he waited for a subway train, a 17 year old youth murdered (because he refused a black gang’s demand for money) as he entered a downtown bank three blocks from City Hall at high noon – that terrorized many whites and made them afraid to walk the streets.
 

And when acts of violence occurred, Rizzo responded in characteristic fashion, either with inflammatory rhetoric, which blacks believed was directed at them as a racial minority, or with strong, personal action, which was considered incontrovertible evidence of a sadistic hatred of blacks.
 

Rizzo’s incendiary reaction to crimes of violence led to similar, if less intense, perceptions of him by the frightened whites. When he denounced a particularly atrocious crime committed by a black, these whites saw him as a sympathetic ally who was determined to keep the blacks in line. But when he condemned an act by a white criminal – as he did whenever one took place – both blacks and whites were able to accept that condemnation for what it was: an attack on a specific individual for a specific offense.
 

The perception of Rizzo as a racist, while related to his own words and actions, undoubtedly was partially rooted in the way people thought about themselves.
 
Blacks historically had been discriminated against as a group, because they were part of a group that was locked out. A door slammed shut in the face of one black was a door slammed on all blacks. When Rizzo ranted about a specific black criminal, there was a tendency to interpret this as a general assault on the entire race, an assigning of guilt to blacks as a group. 

Whites, who were used to being treated as individuals, did not feel threatened when Rizzo attacked a white criminal. But a good number of these same whites still saw blacks as a group, rather than as a collection of individuals. And, when Rizzo reacted against a black criminal, they perceived it as a rebuke to the group, as well as to the individual. The vocal support Rizzo received from whites who lumped all blacks together, the whites who lived in the neighborhoods where resentment against the blacks was the highest, heightened black suspicion of him.
 

As police commissioner, Rizzo did nothing to help his cause among blacks. In his public statements, he seemed unable to distinguish between black criminals and black activists who challenged authority on the basis of real grievances. In this, he was not unlike those whites who watched with mounting fury the television accounts of blacks marching in protest, occupying public buildings. Demonstrators were seen as thugs. There were “good” blacks, who obeyed the law and sat behind locked doors in their crime-ridden neighborhoods, and there were “bad” blacks, who stabbed and pillaged and defied authority, or encouraged others to do so.
 

“Hoodlums have no license to burn and sack Philadelphia in the name of civil liberties and civil rights activities,” Rizzo said…(p. 131-132)
 Until we stand, all will fall. 



34 comments:

Anonymous said...

The pendulum swings both ways

Anonymous said...

From Chicago:
http://www.npr.org/2017/11/06/562321980/in-chicago-female-public-defenders-want-men-in-lockup-to-keep-it-in-their-pants

Most of those public defenders are going to be liberal.... or soon to be ex-liberal.

Who else with a law degree would stay in Chicago?

These liberals that double down on race delusion often sentence themselves to perfect punishments.

It still amazes me that so many of these dopes refuse to spend evening on Google to learn what isn't taught in schools.

White Trash Hillbilly said...

The ills of today’s black American underclass are not the fault of whites, but squarely at the feet of black Americans themselves. America fought a war to end slavery, had a civil rights movement to try to erase its malign remnants, and spent decades on affirmative action and other nostrums to expunge even the faintest remaining traces. Whatever white Americans could do to atone for and repair the damage they caused, they have done, as much as imperfect humans in an imperfect world can do. Now, it’s up to black Americans to save themselves...or not!

Ex New Yorker said...

A vast number of people living in these large cities have become nothing but obedient zombies. They are ruled over by masters of illusion. These sleeping masses live in bondage. Their homes and work places are cages of concrete and steel. They live in some kind of unreal world where even their leaders seem more like androids than humans. They live lonely and desperate lives filled with fear. They become prey for the criminals who rule the streets and the crooks who run city hall.

They have become property owned by their masters. Slaves who believe they are free. Soulless mannequins whose dreams died years ago.

When I first went to New York I saw all these old men sitting on benches feeding pigeons. They were wearing their old double breasted suits from the 1940's. They didn't even talk to each other. Just sat there staring at the ground. What was there to talk about. Maybe tell stories about the "good old days" when they were ALIVE. When ever I saw them I would pray that I would not end up like that.

My second job in NT was delivering telegrams. One day I made numerous trips with a handful of telegrams to an office building on lower Broadway. I made my last trip at the end of the day. The place was empty. I went through a door that was open and inside I saw an old guy sitting all alone at a long table. I could see some kind of party had taken place. I asked him if he was "Joe Smith". I handed him the telegrams and he threw them on the floor. "They just retired me. I'm 65 and they gave me this fucking watch. I started working for these bastards loading trucks downstairs. Now they don't want me anymore. Hey kid...don't ever let anybody do to you what they just did to me." I'm sure he also ended up sitting on park benches.

These large cities will steal a persons soul. In the future they will become death traps for the those still living there. MOVE OUT. Better to live in a tent or trailer in the country. The changes are no longer coming. The changes ARE HERE NOW. Get out while you can. Better to die with your feet on the ground than your face on the sidewalk.

PB said...

"Careful consideration".

We were scared.

Kyle Winstead said...

Maybe when they suggest (demand) that Mount Rushmore be blown to bits, our "leaders" might pull their heads out of thier asses and pretend to have a clue.

Paintjob Theory said...

This is great news for those who own property in Philly and were worried about their property values plummeting as Philly becomes New Congo. We all know how much better negroes behave once they get statues of white people torn down.

Welcome back, PK. You were sorely missed.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for bringing this to our attention, Paul.

All Frank Rizzo seemed to want was safer communities with little crime. From a realistic perspective you can see how efforts towards that end will be fruitless if there is a substantial black population.

Increasing the black population in an area has a direct relationship with crime; more dindus and you can be assured everything will go to sht. It's who they are, we just can't say it out loud and thus pretend "the emperor" is wearing clothes.

As an aside, I'm glad PJT is back- The SBPDL starting line is back in action!

CENTURION said...

IT is a shame there are no White men with any money who can take all these Statues and keep them, or make a White Park......imagine how wonderful it would be to have a huge park, full of these Pro-White statues............they would be like RAID to roaches and help keep the neggers away.

Anonymous said...

Let me sum up this article. Rizzo did not put up with their bs and he didn't want to hear their incessant whining.
His statue doesn't belong in that negro infested toilet.

Female in FL

Anonymous said...

was sbpdl banned--why did it disappear?
any word on ambrose k blog?

Anonymous said...



https://www.thecollegefix.com/post/38636/

I had this experience at santa monica college.
I was waiting to speak to a teacher [I forget his name, theater dept]..and he looked past me and addressed the black guy behind me [after class. all standing in theater]..
the Black man, to his credit, said 'he is first'--I was shocked the teacher would look past me.

White Trash Hillbilly said...

"IT is a shame there are no White men with any money who can take all these Statues and keep them, or make a White Park..."

IF I am fortunate enough to come into great wealth (i.e. win the lotto) I promise to do just that. I will, at my own expense, build the most magnificent, glorious, and lavish memorial to all the great white men of the past.

I don't know that non-whites wouldn't be allowed inside, but they would be charged a hefty admission and be escorted by serious security during their visit.

Upon my childrens lives I swear this.

Non PC Infidel said...

Dim-witted negroes will always advocate for the removal of statues of white men as well as for the renaming of streets, buildings and schools named after whites. The superficial reasons given are that it is to erase the legacy of a racist past and to remove hurtful reminders of discrimination and injustice. White cucks and social justice warriors will be on board for the effort in an attempt to create what they see as an "inclusive" social environment where everyone feels welcome (and negroes feel better) but they're blind to the deeper motive- namely, to erase white history and accomplishment which reminds negroes that they contributed next to nothing, created nothing and are essentially a primitive race feeding off of and existing in an advanced white nation. Once the past and all reminders of the great and terrible truth are eliminated, negroes can double down on their delusional beliefs that they created everything and whites just stole it from them. See! All da skreets got black names, the buildings too! And all da statues be of black peoples! Dat proves it!

The most perfect example of this mentality that I've come across is that of an imported low IQ sub-Saharan African in Sweden stomping around and protesting its treatment in a white country (because it wasn't being given enough) whereupon it screeched that "we done built dis country! We created dis culture!" Such delusional stupidity is not restricted to low IQ sub-Saharan negroes imported into a historically solid white European nation in modern times- it will exist in any negro population no matter where they are found and America is no exception to this rule. The longer they are present, the more deeply entrenched the delusional stupidity becomes and the more strident the absurd claims will become. Any and all minor accomplishments or contributions will be exaggerated to the point of ridiculousness and touted as proof that they "done built dis country and created all dis!"

Look beyond the superficial reasons they give for removing statues etc and see the primitive mind of the negro in action and their reaction to living in a modern world in which they are hopelessly outclassed. Then, you'll understand why they do what they do.

Anonymous said...

Gut wrenching account of what is happening in our country. It will be obvious to the Baby Boomers that loyalty, to workers, only lasts as long as the bottom line is looking good. You are spot on about living in a trailer or tent. I'd rather be free and my own person, answering to God, than living in tenement dispair.

Marc B said...

Statues of a cultures heros are removed after a they've been conquered. Whites cannot abandon cities and expect their norms will be adhered to. This the way of the BRA.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, how very Taliban of them. Not much difference, easily triggered, low intelligence, violent, and mayhem follows them wherever they go.

Brian in Ohio said...

Anonymous said...
The pendulum swings both ways


Indeed it does.

I pray that I live to see the day that it reaches its maximum rightward swing. The day that the statues of Martin Luther King, that befoul our once great cities, are torn down to cheers.

It will come. And that gives me hope for the future.

Stay alert, stay alive.

Californian said...

Back in the 1960s-70s there was a general sense among Americans that "the criminals" were winning. Gangs, rioters and militants were going to turn inner cities into No Go Zones. Look at movies from that era, such as "Dirty Harry" and (ahem) "Death Wish." They were based on the premise that the system had failed, while cities from New York to San Francisco were becoming dystopias where citizens had to take extreme measures simply to survive.

Rizzo was part of a wider reaction to the wave of black criminality which ensued in the wake of the Civil Rites Movement. This reaction led to the various wars on crime and the expansion of SWAT style policing. Now, some of these police measures did cross the line into being unconstitutional (especially with the war on drugs). But some of them were necessary to deal with the growth of gangs and armed insurgent groups (like the Symbionese Liberation Army).

What the war on crime did was give your average American some hope that law and order could be restored, and the cities could be taken back. For a couple decades, say 1980s to 2000s, it looked like the war might have worked. Crime rates went down and John/Jane Q Citizen could watch their 500 channels of telescreen secure in the knowledge that COPS were on the job.

But the the war on crime never dealt with the real issue, which was race. As long as there was an expanding, dysgenic black underclass, sooner or later the situation would blow up. And blow up it did, with the Ferguson Era riots, and given political form with Black Lives Matter.

The result has been a de-policing of cities as cops are given stand down orders. Meanwhile, your average citizen now has to live in fear of Polar Bear punching, diveby shootings and being assaulted by mobs when exercising their rights under the First Amendment.

It's like we are back in the 1960s, except worse. Back in the 1960s you had politicians like George Wallace, Richard Nixon and, yes, Frank Rizzo who pushed law and order. In 2017 we see city and state governments surrender to mob violence, mass criminality and black militancy. And it goes beyond surrender to become open collaboration. BLM is something of an insurgent front for the Democrats. BLM provides the street muscle, the Dems the political rabble rousing, and the liberal media the agitprop. The mayhem from Ferguson to the war against the statues is one big BRA offensive to conquer YT's cities.

It may be that there is another law and order reaction in the works. Maybe Trump will show leadership on this matter. But unless there is an understanding of the racial aspect to the struggle, all these cities will be forever lost to White Civilization.

Meantime:
Stay armed
Stay alert

Sick n' Tired said...

Where I live in Florida they recently had a big protest to change the names of LEE, Forrest, & Tyler (I think, could have been some other "racist" nane) streets. The blacks were complaining that they were named after Confederate racists, even though the streets run thru nice middle/upperclass neighborhoods where houses start around $350k for a fixer upper, and go into the millions if it's on the water. Not many blacks live in these neighborhoods, or on the offensive streets themselves, yet they got the city council to go along with changing the names (which haven't gone into effect yet). These streets have been named that for 70+ years, yet now all of a sudden they are reminding all the dindus of the terrible legacy of slavery? All someone had to say were that the streets were named after Bruce Lee, Forrest Whittaker, and Tyler Perry and the groids wouldn't have given 2 shits.

Anonymous said...

I recently found out on American Renaissance that SBPDL is back on line. I really missed coming here every day and I am SO glad that it is back online. Although there are other sites, this one is very unique and to the point. As someone else said, it is like "the band is back together"!! I look forward to reading all the well made points and thoughtful comments. Stay strong, my friends!!
L still in Atl hell

Anonymous said...

Non PC Infidel made some very good points. But I was wondering if there is a URL for this incident:

The most perfect example of this mentality that I've come across is that of an imported low IQ sub-Saharan African in Sweden stomping around and protesting its treatment in a white country (because it wasn't being given enough) whereupon it screeched that "we done built dis country! We created dis culture!"

Anonymous said...

Now, it’s up to black Americans to save themselves...or not!

They have already been given that chance numerous times.

Given how many cities they have wrecked I think the NOT votes are overwhelming.

Anonymous said...

A vast number of people living in these large cities have become nothing but obedient zombies. They are ruled over by masters of illusion. These sleeping masses live in bondage. Their homes and work places are cages of concrete and steel. They live in some kind of unreal world where even their leaders seem more like androids than humans. They live lonely and desperate lives filled with fear.

Well said.

I never liked the city but this is what made it feel soulless and empty. The mental conformity in the cities is just unbearable. They get in a bubble where they are afraid to even ask questions in their own mind.

I also could not believe how much TV they all watched. As much as liberals like to think of themselves as for alternative transportation I rarely saw any of them walk to stores or restaurants. Most of them were shut-ins that went from work to home for television, or maybe the gym (with the TV on while on a stationary bike).

The White liberal men in these liberal cities are so weak that it doesn't matter if there are a dozen of them nearby. They are not going to help you. Their women treat them like children and seem unsatisfied with them. They are treated like effete walking wallets. The way the city women treat their men compared to rural areas was shocking.

Just about all the Whites in the city seemed miserable. But I guess the TEEVEE tells them they are smart and modern so that must be enough.

The cities are a scam for Whites. You're expected to be a tax slave and if you are a victim of Negro crime there will be no one to help you with the bills.

Go back to work Whitey, we need to raise taxes again.

Anonymous said...

The longer they are present, the more deeply entrenched the delusional stupidity becomes and the more strident the absurd claims will become.

Yes I noticed early on that the Negro people have even less respect for reality than liberals.

They really believe that the success of America depended on them.

Well they should be building their own America in Africa any day now.

Show that mean ol' Whitey how it is done.

Anonymous said...

They want to replace you. They want you to fade away silently into the dark.

They want you to die.

Sunscreen

Anonymous said...

Look beyond the superficial reasons they give for removing statues etc and see the primitive mind of the negro in action and their reaction to living in a modern world in which they are hopelessly outclassed. Then, you'll understand why they do what they do.

It's White liberals that put those superficial reasons in their minds.

The Black underclass destroys cities while White liberals play the music for them. Conservatives are right about Blacks being worse off with the perpetual victim mentality that liberals sell them.

But conservatives are wrong about racial inequality being fixable by "free market" and minimal government solutions.

FlyoverCountry said...

I'd be surprised if you could find 10 blacks who could tell you who any of the statues represent. This is all white SJW stuff with a few blacks they brought asking to give the thing a racial angle. Blacks don't look at statues except maybe when they pee beside them.

Anonymous said...

Negroes are a menace. Violent, dumb and lazy. But on their own, they can do very little. They have always been used as the shock troops of the leftist tribe. Were they present in Russia in the early 20th century, the bolsheviks would have made ample use of them.

America is spiraling into destruction. And you all know that.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Californian said...
Back in the 1960s-70s there was a general sense among Americans that "the criminals" were winning. Gangs, rioters and militants were going to turn inner cities into No Go Zones. Look at movies from that era, such as "Dirty Harry" and (ahem) "Death Wish." They were based on the premise that the system had failed, while cities from New York to San Francisco were becoming dystopias where citizens had to take extreme measures simply to survive.


I've always appreciated your comments, as you seem to have more than a 15 year perspective on this horror. Unfortunately, like slowly boiling frogs, the younger generation has little understanding of how this country has decayed since the early 1960's. It's literally a different country. And never, ever, at any point is there a political figure who has the courage to say this. Are there no men left in America?

LadyStoneheart said...

Semi-related:
"D.C.'s next monument could honor Marion Barry"
(Yes, the literal crack-smoker.)
https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/dc-politics/washington-dcs-next-monument-could-honor-former-mayor-marion-barry/2017/11/07/472aad86-c3f8-11e7-84bc-5e285c7f4512_story.html

THIS is what they want.

(Missed you, PK.)

-LS

Non PC Infidel said...

"I was wondering if there was a URL for this incident."

It was a video that I watched a number of years ago. I can't recall on what site it appeared. Sorry about that. I guess I should have saved it to my favorites folder.

Anonymous said...

The Arts Council inPittsburgh voted to remove a statue of Stephan Foster in Pittsburgh. Check it out in the Pittsburgh papers.

juvenal said...

Nothing says " evil racist" quite like law and order. Online evil, racist Nazi would actually care about the rights and safety of honest law abiding citizens.