Nothing more. Nothing less.
The Trump phenomenon is showing how many people actually want to survive, and it should be the most encouraging thing you've ever seen in your entire life.
And as he stands, defiance grows.
Courage is contagious.
|Murdered by three blacks on Thanksgiving in Newark|
And as white men around the world learn once again that they can get off their knees and stand, a hilarious reminder of what they leave behind them is found in the internecine violence in Newark. [Woman killed in Newark carjacking was organizing meeting on community violence, NJ.com, 11-25-17]:
Shuri Henry knew the struggles of her community well. She just refused to believe the community couldn't rise up to defeat them.
"Would you like to improve the quality of life in our community?" So asks a flier for a meeting she was helping organize for Nov. 30. "Come out and voice your concerns and ideas."
Henry was killed Thursday night outside of her home, allegedly the victim of a carjacking as she returned from Thanksgiving dinner with her young nephew. She was 40.
"All she knew was how to give," said Lyndon Brown, a district leader who was helping plan the meeting with Henry and has known her for 30 years. "How devastating for her to be taken on Thanksgiving when she's given so much to everyone around her."
Police said she was returning home from dinner around 11 p.m. when she was approached by several men. She was shot and the men drove off in her car. Henry died at University Hospital a short time later.
Her neighbor, Devon Wright, said he was watching football when he heard a loud noise. He opened his door and saw two people in her car, driving away with the lights off.
"At the time I thought she was the driver. I couldn't see her where I was standing," he said. "A few minutes later all these police cars came screaming up. I came outside again to see what they were kneeling in front of. I saw her, face down, lifeless."
On Friday, friends lit candles on her front steps, feet from the bloodstained sidewalk where her body was found the night before. Wright said he moved in next door to Henry more than a decade ago.
On Facebook, Henry would post about how evil Trump was and how his actions would jeopardize "black bodies"... in reality, her black body would be murdered by fellow blacks
"She was the first person to greet me when I got here," he said. "This place was a lot more vibrant back then."
He said crime had tarnished the neighborhood in recent years. He pointed to the rows of houses on either side his and Henry's.
"There's maybe 12, 13 houses on this block? With Shuri gone, only five of them actually have people living there. The rest are abandoned," he said. "It's gotten to the point where the danger's too close now. I know when it's time to cut and run." Brown remains undeterred. He said the meeting he was planning with Henry is now underscored with new importance.
"We've got to go ahead with it now."A Black Lives Matter supporter, Henry routinely utilized Facebook to share anti-white messages. One was on February 2, 2017, when Henry shared a Facebook message noting how President Trump was removing "White Supremacist Groups From Terror Watch Program." She would share the comment, "America is quickly turning into a new incarnation of the Third Reich."
Not only do Black Lives Not Matter (courtesy of blacks killing one another indiscriminately), but one of the three black people who killed Henry was 18-year-old Supreme Allah Jr.
And in a nation where gun crime is almost invariably always committed by a black individual, the death of "peace activist" Shuri Henry is another exclamation point on the sentence "Black Lives Don't Matter!"