Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Is White Genocide Real? In 26 States, White Deaths Now Outnumber White Births

Is White genocide real? Well, here's Exhibit A. [Fewer Births Than Deaths Among Whites in Majority of U.S. States, New York Times, June 20, 2018]:
Deaths now outnumber births among white people in more than half the states in the country, demographers have found, signaling what could be a faster-than-expected transition to a future in which whites are no longer a majority of the American population. 
The Census Bureau has projected that whites could drop below 50 percent of the population around 2045, a relatively slow-moving change that has been years in the making. But a new report this week found that whites are dying faster than they are being born now in 26 states, up from 17 just two years earlier, and demographers say that shift might come even sooner. 
“It’s happening a lot faster than we thought,” said Rogelio Sáenz, a demographer at the University of Texas at San Antonio and a co-author of the report. It examines the period from 1999 to 2016 using data from the National Center for Health Statistics, the federal agency that tracks births and deaths. He said he was so surprised at the finding that at first he thought it was a mistake. 
The pattern first started nearly two decades ago in a handful of states with aging white populations like Pennsylvania and West Virginia. But fertility rates dropped drastically after the Great Recession and mortality rates for whites who are not of Hispanic origin have been rising, driven partly by drug overdoses. That has put demographic change on a faster track. The list of states where white deaths outnumber births now includes North Carolina and Ohio. 
The change has broad implications for identity and for the country’s political and economic life, transforming a mostly white baby boomer society into a multiethnic and racial patchwork. A majority of the youngest Americans are already nonwhite and look less like older generations than at any point in modern American history. 
In California, 52 percent of all children are living in homes with at least one immigrant parent, Professor Sáenz said. 
“People say demographics is destiny and there’ll be more people of color — all that is true,” said Jennifer Richeson, a social psychologist at Yale University. “But they also say the U.S. is going to become more progressive, and we don’t know that. We should not assume that white moderates and liberals will maintain current political allegiances, nor should we expect that the so-called nonwhite group is going to work in any kind of coalition.”
Demography is destiny.

Mass non-white immigration has consequences.

White genocide in the USA is real, and it seems to be state policy.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

When England Won the World Cup in 1966, the Team was All-White; in 2018, the English World Cup Team is 52% White

Shot: In 1966, the last year England won the World Cup, they fielded an all-white (all-British) team on the pitch.

The 1966 England World Cup Championship team... all-white, all-British



Chaser: In 2018, 52 years after England last tasted national glory in the World Cup, the team has 12 whites and 11 non-whites. 52 percent of the English is white in 2018, a clear-cut example of white genocide on the pitch reflecting in the national demise of the nation-state.


White genocide is real, reflected in our sports. In America we have college and professional football as the opiate of the masses. In England, France and Germany, they have soccer. 

Monday, June 18, 2018

Black Community Activists in Colorado Bailed Out Black Men in Prison to be with Their Children on Father's Day...

Previously on SBPDL: The State of Colorado is Four Percent Black... Homicides in the State Almost Exclusively Committed by Non-Whites

When you live in a society where western civilization has been demographically supplanted, this story can only make sense.  [In anticipation of Father’s Day, community activists bail black men out of jail: “It’s the human thing to do,” said Vincent Bowen, a volunteer with Black Lives Matter 5280, Denver Post, 6-16-18]:
For more than four hours on a weekday, three Denver activists sat in the lobby of the city’s downtown jail waiting for seven men — all strangers — to walk out from behind bars. 
The activists, who are members of the The Denver Justice Project and Black Lives Matter 5280, had paid the men’s bonds as part of their Juneteenth/Father’s Day Bail Out. The bail money was posted as a gift with no questions asked and with the trust that the men would return to court to face their criminal charges. 
“It’s the human thing to do,” said Vincent Bowen, a volunteer with Black Lives Matter 5280. “It is a way for us to point out the injustice of the cash bail system.” 
The activists, whose efforts continue through Tuesday, planned to spring more than a dozen men jailed in Denver, Arapahoe, Douglas and Adams counties. All are being held on low bonds for petty crimes, and the activists hope the men can be reunited with their families for Father’s Day or be released in honor of the Juneteeth emancipation celebration. 
The activists did the same over Mother’s Day weekend for 15 women housed in five Front Range jails. Both efforts are part of the National Bail Out movement, a larger effort to end money bail in the criminal justice system. 
This year’s Father’s Day Bail Out is in honor of Michael Marshall, a Denver man who was killed by sheriff’s deputies in the Downtown Detention Center while in the throes of a mental health crisis. Marshall was being held on a $100 bond for a trespassing charge, and his family did not know he had been arrested. The city paid Marshall’s family a $4.6 million settlement. 
In the court system, bond is supposed to guarantee people will return to court to face a criminal charge after they have been released from custody. But those who want to abolish money bail say it is punitive, especially to minorities who are arrested at higher rates and are more likely to live in poverty. 
Forcing someone to stay in jail on a low bond on a minor charge has long-lasting repercussions, activists said. People may lose their jobs, miss important payments on bills and be separated from their families. Meanwhile, everyone else in society is paying their tax dollars to incarcerate them, Bowen said. 
Bond reform discussions are happening across the United States. In Colorado, a statewide panel has been assembled to review bail and bond procedures.
Irredeemable?

Yes.

Our nation is held hostage by these people, our present and past held in a vise of political correctness and white guilt, denying us our future.

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Another Mass Shooting by Blacks: One Dead, 17 Shot by Blacks in Trenton, New Jersey at Art All Night Festival

Previously on SBPDL: Black Gun Violence in Trenton Reaching Epidemic Levels, Forcing Blacks to Call for Martial Law

One dead and 22 shot, all over a "neighborhood beef."

Just another mass shooting by black people at the Art All Night festival in Trenton, New Jersey. ['I could feel percussion of the shots,' Trenton festival shooting witness, The Inquirer, June 17, 2018]:


Edward Forchion said he didn’t fully react as bullets started flying early Sunday morning at the Art All Night festival in Trenton. But a half hour later, he realized several people surrounding him had been shot.
A mass shooting by blacks over "neighborhood beef" supplies more evidence why Jim Crow existed. 
By then, the 54-year-old Trenton resident and activist for marijuana legalization had made a video documenting the chaos and terror that followed the gunshots inside the Roebling Wire Works.
“Everybody froze like deers in headlights. Then everybody started moving,” he said of the moments right after the first shots. “[Police] started moving towards the door. Then they started shooting.”
Forchion doesn’t think he moved quickly enough.
“I was 25 feet away from them. I don’t know if you’ve been that close to a gunshot, but the air moves,” he said. “I could feel percussion of the shots.”
It was not the experience Forchion expected when he set out for the annual festival, his fifth in its 12-year history. He appreciates how the event pulls together people from various social strata in the area. Forchion saw this year’s festival as an opportunity to distribute flyers for his state Assembly bid. He’s running in the 15th district as an Independent.
As he was enjoying the art and music inside the red brick warehouse, Forchion said he heard one man arguing with several others.
“The guy was saying that other dude disrespected him,” recalled Forchion. The man who was most upset, he said, sounded like he had been incarcerated and was disappointed with the other men for not looking after a family member.  “He kept saying ‘We’re family. And you didn’t take care of my sister. And now she’s lost.'”
The man’s tone wasn’t particularly nasty, and Forchion didn’t expect matters to escalate. He turned his attention to a door at the back of the venue as an event staffer was closing it. A group of teens muscled their way through, he said, causing a stir.
Forchion didn’t see who shot first. He’s not positive whether it came from the group that was having a dispute or the young people rushing the door. Police had been in the crowd of festival-goers, he said, when the first bullets flew. To Forchion’s ear, they sounded like they came from a .45-caliber gun.
Forchion said a man who ran past him was shot by police. On the video Forchion later captured, the man can be seen lying in the street.
“One [cop] went around him and asked him to stay down,” said Forchion. “He was just wiggling like he was in pain. He was panicking.”
Initially, Forchion questioned whether the man who was shot had a weapon, but on his video, he later saw police recover a gun. It is not clear whether that man was one of the suspected gunmen who was the only reported fatality. In all, 17 people were shot; an additional five injured, mostly from falling in the rush to flee.
While Forchion said he believes many people were injured by police gunfire, he emphasized that he’s not passing judgment on law enforcement’s handling of the scene.
“It’s easy to be a cop-hater and be second-guessing. But I was standing right there,” he said. “I don’t think it was abusive. I think it was chaotic.”
Forchion is concerned that the shooting won’t receive its due attention in the national conversation.
“It gets portrayed as gang members shooting gang members. Drug dealers shooting drug dealers. Black-on-black crime. That’s how it’s going to be and it’s going to die down in two or three days,” he said. “This is our Parkland. This is our Columbine. [Black communities] don’t have mass shootings in schools. They have them at clubs and gatherings.”
The activist said he’s hoping that young people in town will mobilize, following the example of  students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. As for him, he’s still sorting through what would be the best way forward.
“I’m trying to think of something prophetic to say, but I’m at a loss for words,” Forchion said. “Senseless. How many times do you hear people say, ‘It’s senseless’?”
Irredeemable.

A "neighborhood beef" was the motive and catalyst for 22 people being shot and one murdered at what should be an obvious community building event.

Instead, the Art All Night festival in Trenton provides more evidence Jim Crow wasn't about discrimination toward blacks, but protecting western civilization from Africans in America.

Friday, June 15, 2018

In 33% White New York City, the Police Department Just Admitted the Secretive Gang Database is 99% Non-White

Previously on SBPDL: In 2017 New York City, a 33% white city and President Trump's hometown, Non-Whites committed 93.1% of the murders and 97% of the nonfatal shootings


We were warned about a rising tide of color almost a century ago. 

The civilization white people built in the United States of America is now being capsized by the tide of color overwhelming the western world. [New York City’s Gang Database Is 99% People of Color, Chief of Detectives Testifies, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, June 14, 2018]:
NEW YORK CITY — Ninety-nine percent. The number sent an audible gasp throughout the City Council chamber. Chief of Detectives Dermot F. Shea had just read off the percentage of people of color on the NYPD’s controversial — and until now — largely secretive gang database.  
The rising tide of color cometh... 99 percent of the NYPD gang database is non-white
Shea was talking publicly for the first time about one of the New York Police Department’s most popular crime-fighting tools. He testified Wednesday before the City Council’s Committee on Public Safety in the database’s first comprehensive public examination. 
Shea read the numbers from a stack of papers in front of him.  
African Americans: 65 percent. 
Non-white Hispanic: 24 percent. 
Black Hispanic: 10 percent. 
Shea said the gang database, whose number fluctuates as names are added and purged, stood at 17,441. Given those percentages, that means 17,267 of the individuals in the database are either black or Hispanic. Earlier in the morning critics rallied to protest the use of the database, saying it’s racist. 
There are 1,460 people who are younger than 18 in the database. In response to questioning, Shea said there are 17 13-year-olds, 80 14-year-olds, 204 15-year-olds, 455 16-year-olds and 704 17-year-olds. “You can see how the number goes up as they get older,” he said. The average age of someone on the database is 27, he said. 
The NYPD, which encompasses the largest detective bureau in the country, has no formal process for notifying parents whose children are in the database. But, he said, there are a number of informal ways that parents are alerted.  
“I don’t want to make it seem like there is no interaction with the parents,” Shea said. “Nothing could be further from the truth.” 
Youth officers assigned to precincts and to transit and housing units might talk to the parents during the course of an investigation and the topic might come up then.How does someone end up on the database, Public Safety Committee Chair Donovan Richards asked. 
There are a number of ways, Shea said: One is what he described as self-admission. 
This often happens on social media, where gang members may talk about their affiliation, he said. Another is through two independent sources who tell a member of the department. That name then needs to be vetted by investigators. Anyone can be a source of that information — friends, teachers, family or a confidential informant.  
Finally, he said, gang investigators can identify the presence of gang literature, tattoos, colors, clothing and other means of what they think is an indication of gang affiliation.  
The gang database was more than a bloodless policy discussion to him, Richards said: “When I was 14, I could have been in this database.”
In 2018, New York City is still a 33 percent white city.

Yet 99 percent of New York City secretive gang database is non-white.

Western civilization is drowning in a sea of color, racial groups incompatible with sustaining not only our way of life, but adhering to the standards of civilized life white people have set.


Thursday, June 14, 2018

Atlanta-Journal Constitution Publishes Story Celebrating "Black Girl Magic" With Eight Black Women Holding Key Offices in South Fulton (Atlanta), a 90% Black City with High Rates of Murder, Crime, and Mayhem

Previously on SBPDL: Gas Station in 94 percent black zip code near Atlanta is bringing back full service because it's not safe to get out of your car to pump gas


Posting this story without comment, without criticism and without an ounce of hope this will turn South Fulton (the blackest part of Atlanta) into Wakanda. [‘Black girl magic’: South Fulton offices held by 8 black women, AJC.com, June 12, 2018]:
It started with a photograph. The iconic picture published by the Atlanta Voice last week showed eight African-American women — stoic, polished and dressed in black — with the wood-paneled walls of a courtroom as their backdrop. In the City of South Fulton, that is what justice looks like — a law enforcement and municipal court system that is led exclusively by black women. 
Planet of the ... Atlanta Journal Constitution celebrates the triumph of blackness and the purported magical powers of Nubian women
“I didn’t notice until (LaDawn Jones) said something … she walked in and said ‘Oh, my God! Look at all this black girl magic,’”  municipal court clerk Kerry Stephens said. 
The photo became an internet sensation almost instantly, going viral on both Instagram and Twitter. 
“I didn’t realize it was a big deal until reading the comments and hearing people say ‘Oh, someone I know doesn’t even live in the state and they saw this,’” Clerk of Court Ramona Howard said. 
Such a criminal justice system seems revolutionary in the era of the #MeToo movement and on the heels of the #BlackLivesMatter movement. But the racial and gender makeup of the team, which was brought together after a series of months-long talent searches that started last year, is a matter of happenstance. 
“It happened by accident,” said interim police chief Sheila Rogers. “It wasn’t planned. With myself and my counterparts, justice was at the top of our list.” 
Rogers is the most recent addition to South Fulton’s criminal justice leadership. She was sworn in March 5, joining the ranks of Court Administrator Lakesiya Cofield; Chief Judge Tiffany Carter Sellers; City Solicitor LaDawn Jones; Public Defender Viveca R. Famber Powell; Clerk Tiffany Kinslow; Clerk Kerry Stephens; and Clerk of Court Ramona Howard. 
It’s a seemingly rare feat. According to an American Judicature Society study, 12.6 percent of judges chosen since 2000 were minorities in 2008, and 29.2 percent of judges selected in the 21st century are were women. The Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics reports that of all full-time sworn personnel in large city police departments, 16.3 percent were female and 38.1 percent were minorities. 
But what might be considered an anomaly in other cities isn’t uncommon in South Fulton, city solicitor Jones said. 
“I grew up in South Fulton. I grew up in neighborhoods where everyone around me were strong, independent, business-owning African-Americans, so black excellence is mundane to me,” she said. “ But, I recognize that this is an anomaly for other cities, and to see this many educated black women working as hard as we do is special for other little girls out there.” 
About 95,000 people live in South Fulton and nearly 90 percent are black.“Atlanta has a history of black excellence,” public defender Viveca Famber Powell said. “People routinely go to college in Atlanta — routinely pursue advanced degrees. It’s who we are.” 
Several of the women are the first person to hold their respective positions; though it is now the fifth largest city in Georgia, the southwest region of Fulton County has only been a city in name for a little over a year.
The Atlanta media can't stop celebrating blackness as some moral virtue, where any form of  whiteness is the greatest character flaw imaginable requiring immediate stamping out.

For further reading, check out this SBPDL from 2012: In the Air Tonight: White North Fulton vs. Black South Fulton County


Tuesday, June 12, 2018

In Brazil, a Nation Rapidly Losing a White Population (Replaced with Black and Brown People), Meteoric Rises in National Spending on Public Safety Met With Similar Rise in Violence


If the United States of America future is to be that of Brazil, why not take a look at the state of the latter nation in the present, so we can see a glimpse of our glorious, non-white tomorrow! [Brazil’s Spending on Public Safety Soared. So Did Violence., New York Times, June 11, 2018]:
RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil’s homicide rate soared over the past two decades even as the state and the public sector greatly increased spending on public safety, Brazil’s government said Monday as it reported results of a rare study measuring the economic impact of violence in the country. 
Brazil in 2018 is a reminder diversity, multiculturalism, multiracialism and a declining white population is a recipe for civilizational decline at a catastrophic level
The cumulative cost of crime — including estimates of the loss of productivity and the cost of policing and incarceration — amounted to more than 4.3 percent of Brazil’s gross domestic product in 2015, the most recent year for which comprehensive data was available, according to the report. 
From 1996 to 2015, the cost of violence in Brazil rose to more than $138 billion a year, from about $54 billion, a level government officials called unsustainable at a time when several Brazilian states are unable to legally raise their spending ceiling and others are broke. 
The government put the total cost of violence during those two decades at $1.937 trillion. 
“The numbers are striking,” said Hussein Kalout, the special secretary for strategic affairs, the division of the president’s office that conducted the study. “You can’t have a prosperous society with high crime rates.” 

With 62,517 violent deaths in 2016, Brazil reached a record-high homicide rate of more than 30 per 100,000 residents, according to the latest annual study that compiles law enforcement and health statistics. (In the United States that rate dropped to five homicides per 100,000 people from eight from 1996 to 2015.) 
That study, which was released earlier this month, shows that black Brazilians make up a disproportionate and growing share of homicide victims. 
While black or mixed-race Brazilians account for just over half of the country’s roughly 205 million people, they represented about 71 percent of homicide victims in 2016. Violence was the leading cause of death for Brazilian men in their early 20s, the annual study found. 
The cost-of-violence study, for the first time, put an official price tag on a life cut short in its early stages. 
For each homicide victim between the ages of 13 and 25, Brazil lost roughly $266,000 in productivity, the government concluded. The cumulative cost of lost productivity from 1996 to 2015 — during which the number of homicides rose to 54,000 from 35,000 — was roughly $218 billion. That amounts to about four years’ worth of health care costs, the country’s largest expenditure, at last year’s level.
Diversity, multiculturalism, racial amalgamation and a declining white population doesn't exactly bring about a utopia, does it?

In the case of Brazil, we have clear-cut evidence diversity, multiculturalism, multiracialism and a declining white population is no strength, but a recipe for civilization disaster.


Monday, June 11, 2018

Washington Post Basically Blames White People for 52,175 Homicides in 50 U.S. Cities Over the Past Decade, Despite Black or Brown People Overwhelmingly Being the Suspects

The Washington Post writers who contributed to this huge story leave out one pertinent data point: the race of suspects/offenders in the 52,175 homicides in 50 U.S. cities over the past decade.

Lamenting why victims of obvious black criminality refuse to cooperate with the police (no-snitching) aside, this article attempts to place the blame for a low clearance rate on homicides squarely on white people, when in fact more than 96 percent (or perhaps higher) of these 52,175 homicides have a non-white suspect. [Where killings go unsolved: The Post has mapped more than 52,000 homicides in major American cities over the past decade and found that across the country, there are areas where murder is common but arrests are rare, Washington Post, 6-6-2018]:
The Washington Post has identified the places in dozens of American cities where murder is common but arrests are rare. These pockets of impunity were identified by obtaining and analyzing up to a decade of homicide arrest data from 50 of the nation’s largest cities. The analysis of 52,000 criminal homicides goes beyond what is known nationally about the unsolved cases, revealing block by block where police fail to catch killers.
In 50 U.S. cities, 52,175 homicides occurred over the past decade. The Washington Post refuses to acknowledge who is committing the homicides (black or brown people), but finds a way to blame white people for the violence and low clearance rates...
The overall homicide arrest rate in the 50 cities is 49 percent, but in these areas of impunity, police make arrests less than 33 percent of the time. Despite a nationwide drop in violence to historic lows, 34 of the 50 cities have a lower homicide arrest rate now than a decade ago. 
Some cities, such as Baltimore and Chicago, solve so few homicides that vast areas stretching for miles experience hundreds of homicides with virtually no arrests. In other places, such as Atlanta, police manage to make arrests in a majority of homicides — even those that occur in the city’s most violent areas. 
Police blame the failure to solve homicides in these places on insufficient resources and poor relationships with residents, especially in areas that grapple with drug and gang activity where potential witnesses fear retaliation. But families of those killed, and even some officers, say the fault rests with apathetic police departments. All agree that the unsolved killings perpetuate cycles of violence in low-arrest areas.Detectives said they cannot solve homicides without community cooperation, which makes it almost impossible to close cases in areas where residents already distrust police. As a result, distrust deepens and killers remain on the street with no deterrent. 
“If these cases go unsolved, it has the potential to send the message to our community that we don’t care,” said Oakland police Capt. Roland Holmgren, who leads the department’s criminal investigation division. That city has two zones where unsolved homicides are clustered.  
Homicide arrest rates vary widely when examined by the race of the victim: An arrest was made in 63 percent of the killings of white victims, compared with 48 percent of killings of Latino victims and 46 percent of the killings of black victims. Almost all of the low-arrest zones are home primarily to low-income black residents.
In a country where western civilization is waning, and white people have ceded all moral authority to a black Marxist's "judging by content of character instead of color of skin" dream, we can only watch helplessly as our greatest cities are veritable war zones where black and brown people kill one another over errant glances, single digit debts, and disrespect.

Woe to those white people economically left behind enemy lines when their property values depreciate and they can join the white flight out of formerly prosperous, all-white communities now enriched with bellicose non-whites.

Understand in the rules of Black-Run America (BRA), every inconvenience black people face - and increasingly brown people - is the fault of relentless, brutal, exacting white racism or the residue of a white supremacist power structure.

The ghost of Jim Crow is compelling black people to not only murder other black people, but silencing blacks from speaking to the police about who committed the atrocity.


Sunday, June 10, 2018

A 26-Year-Old Black Woman Elected to Public Office Swears in On "Autobiography of Malcolm X" in Obvious Anti-White Demonstration

Shot. A hilarious Tweet from Dan Rather: 
There was a time in American history when really only white men could vote. Imagine where we'd be today if that was still the case.

Chaser. [26-year-old Georgia official places hand on 'Autobiography of Malcolm X' for swearing-in, WSBTV.com, 6-7-18]:
 In a 1962 speech in Los Angeles, Malcolm X made perhaps his most powerful declaration about the state of black women. 
“The most disrespected person in America is the black woman,” Malcolm X said in the Los Angeles speech. “The most unprotected person in America is the black woman. The most neglected person in America is the black woman.” 
Beyoncé recently borrowed the line for her song “Don’t Hurt Yourself,”off her feminist manifesto, “Lemonade.” 
Malcolm’s X’s quote came 29 years before Mariah Parker was born. But she still feels it. 
On Monday, the 26-year-old University of Georgia doctoral student was sworn in as an Athens-Clarke County commissioner. When Probate Judge Susan Tate swore Parker in as the District 2 commissioner, she was didn’t use a bible. 
On the steps of the Athens City Hall, Parker cocked her right fist in the air and before taking the oath of office, placed her left hand on a well-worn copy of “The Autobiography of Malcolm X,” held by her mother, Mattie Parker.
What happens when a time in American history exists when people beyond white males can vote...

“They asked if they would like the Bible and I said no. My mother asked if there was a copy of the Constitution around. No,” Parker said. “I wanted Malcolm’s book. I think they saw it coming.” 
Images of Parker’s swearing in, particularly her towering Angela Davis afro, have flooded social media this week. 
Published in 1965, just weeks after his assassination, “The Autobiography of Malcolm X,” is regarded by many critics and scholars as one of the most important autobiographies of the 20th century. 
The book, written with Alex Haley, who would later win a Pulitzer Prize for “Roots,” mapped Malcolm X’s conversations from a poor boy who saw his father murdered, to a drugged-addled jailed criminal, to the face of one of the most misunderstood religious orders in the country, to a vocal civil rights leaders, who would ultimately become a martyr. 
“Having seen the transformation of someone who came through a difficult background to become vocal and push conversations on race in a radical way is powerful,” Parker said. “Then he shifted course and saw race in a different lens as he got older. And the fact that he was arguably killed for his politics. These are things that I want to embrace.” 
Parker, who is getting her doctorate in language and literacy education, said she didn’t finish reading the landmark autobiography until about a year ago, but was struck by the parallels. She grew up poor in rural North Carolina. Overcame substance abuse. Struggled with mental health issues. 
“I was very lucky to break away from some of the generational patterns, by going to college and getting out of the town,” said Parker. “But I struggled and I thought people only looked at me as having nothing to offer.” 
A progressive who describes herself as openly queer, Parker was motivated to run for office because of what she saw was a need for vocal leadership. 
She beat Taylor Pass by 13 votes, running on a platform of economic justice, reducing poverty and discrimination, affordable housing, fair wage jobs, youth development, criminal justice reform and marijuana reform. 
“Malcolm’s willingness to uneditedly speak about black people at large, are qualities that I want to embody,” Parker said. “To speak out when I see things going wrong.”
Universal suffrage is universal suffering.


Saturday, June 9, 2018

Police Officers in Philadelphia Now Required to "De-escalate and Mediate" the Situation Before Making Arrests to Accommodate Black Criminals

Previously on SBPDL: Black Councilwoman in Philadelphia pushes to ban bulletproof glass (Protecting Store Employees) because it represents an "Indignity" to Black People


It's official: in 43 percent black Philadelphia, a city where virtually every homicide/nonfatal shooting has a non-white suspect, the police have now capitulated control of the city to black criminals.[Philadelphia police alter trespassing policy after Starbucks arrests: Officers are now required to try to "de-escalate and mediate" the situation before making arrests., NBC News, 6-8-2018]:
Two months after the arrest of two black patrons at a Philadelphia Starbucks caused national outrage, the city's Police Department is instituting a new policy for handling trespassing calls.
From the birth of the American experiment to its capitulation to black criminality
In a major change announced Friday by Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross, officers are now required to attempt "to de-escalate and mediate the disturbance" and to use their discretion with trespassing allegations on private property that's open to the public. 
Before making an arrest, the officers are now expected to determine that the offender understands the request to leave the establishment and then witness the person refusing to honor a legitimate request. Officers may also call a specialist trained in crisis intervention or a supervisor to help determine how to proceed. 
“It's a step in the right direction. We’re glad that the Police Department is being proactive in addressing the issues that arose with the Starbucks arrest," Sara Rose, a staff attorney for the ACLU of Pennsylvania, told NBC News. "It's a policy that looks pretty good on paper, but there needs to be follow-through — in the training of officers, and holding those officers that don’t comply accountable."It's not a panacea." 
Philadelphia civil rights attorney David Rudovsky called the new policy "a potentially significant change." 
Rudovsky said that of particular importance is the new policy's ties with Philadelphia’s Fair Practices Ordinance, which protects individuals against unlawful discrimination by businesses.
Philadelphia is the birthplace of the American experiment. Fitting it's the city in 2018 where America completely surrenders to black criminality.


Friday, June 8, 2018

Minneapolis Police Abandon Marijuana Sting Arrests Because 46 of the 47 People Charged in Crackdown are Black

Previously on SBPDL: In 64% White/18% Black Minneapolis, Blacks Represented 85% of Arrests for Nonfatal Shootings Between 2009-2014


Remember this governing principle for all police departments in the USA: if an initiative undertaken by the police to make the community safer ends up only targeting black criminals, it must be abandoned immediately. The rights of black criminals far outweighs maintaining order and ensure a safe community.[Minneapolis Police To Halt Marijuana Sting Arrests, Minneapolis CBS, 6-7-18]:
A nationwide debate over the growing acceptance of marijuana has changed Minneapolis police policy.
Minneapolis: a city where the police exist to protect the rights of black criminals above maintaining law and order
Police leaders are now directing officers to discontinue stings that target low-level marijuana possession and sales.  
It comes in the wake of a recent downtown crackdown targeting open drug dealing.From January to May, undercover officers made over 100 arrests, including 47 for felony sale of marijuana. 
“If you sell one gram of marijuana, it’s a felony drug sale,” said Hennepin County chief public defender Mary Moriarty. 
She says 46 of the 47 people charged in the crackdown were black. Many of them were also poor and homeless, dealing a gram or two just to get by. 
“Do they deserve to get felony drug charges simply because they are less fortunate than say kids on college campuses,” Moriarty said.  
Facing criticism over the arrest numbers, Minneapolis’ Police Chief Medaria Arradondo made a stunning policy change.  
He told officers to steer petty drug offenders to treatment, counseling and diversion…not jail. 
“Mayor [Jacob] Frey has directed us…we will discontinue specific low-level marijuana enforcement,” Arradondo said. “And I agree with the mayor’s decision.” 
The public defender’s office demands that charges against the 47 people be dropped. Police say they’ll work with prosecutors to consider other charging alternatives. 
“Too often in society the police and MPD is looked at as the one to solve this problem, and it is far greater than just us,” Arradondo said.  
County Attorney Mike Freeman issued a statement saying, in part, that his office has begun an immediate review of the remaining cases, adding that they are making new offers to the defendants and are in the process of dismissing them. 
Does the new policy mean officers are turning their backs on marijuana laws? What happens with drugs like opioids?  
The new policy means that officers will no longer target marijuana specifically. 
They will, however, continue to do stings targeting more serious felonies, like opiates and gun possession.
The stings targeting serious felonies, like opiates and gun possession, will continue until the data indicates the police are once again only targeting black criminals. Then, such measures undertaken to ensure the safety of citizens in Minneapolis will be abandoned to protect the rights of black criminals.


Wednesday, June 6, 2018

New Study Finds Creative Way To Excuse High Rates of Black Crime: Blame Racist White Judges for Giving Black Juveniles Longer Sentence When Their Favorite College Football Loses in an Upset

Previously on SBPDL: Louisiana State University (LSU) Football and Black Athlete-Students: 92,000+ Drunk Whites Cheering for 'Brothers'

If you've read Opiate of America: College Football in Black and White, this will all make sense. [After an LSU football upset, judges give black juveniles longer sentences, study says,NOLA.com, 6-6-18]:
For fans of LSU football, the sting of whether the team wins or loses can take awhile to wear off.  
A study was commissioned to prove judges give black defendants longer sentences when the LSU football team is upset the weekend prior... 
But, for young black defendants who end up in front of a judge for sentencing the week after a loss, the repercussions tend to mean longer lengths of time behind bars. In a new study to be published by "American Economic Journal: Applied Economics," LSU economists Ozkan Eren and Naci Mocan examined whether there was any impact on the sentences Baton Rouge juvenile court judges would hand down after LSU games. The report, a draft of which was circulated in 2016 by the National Bureau of Economic Research, offers damning evidence that black juveniles bear the brunt of unexpected losses, especially if the judge graduated from LSU.  
In a review of the paper for Pacific Standard, Tom Jacobs noted that "the researchers analyzed the files for all defendants in the Louisiana juvenile justice system from 1996 to 2012," and cross-referenced them with the Tigers' record, details about the judges and the Las Vegas spread to determine whether LSU was expected to win or lose its games. 
"Unexpected wins, or losses that were expected to be close contests ex ante have no impact. The effects of these emotional shocks are asymmetrically borne by black defendants," wrote Erin and Mocan in their report's abstract. "The impact of upset losses on sentence lengths is larger for defendants if their cases are handled by judges who received their bachelor's degrees from the university with which the football team is affiliated." 
After an LSU upset, Jacobs reported, the researchers found black juveniles could expect a sentence to be about 8 percent longer than white ones, meaning the impact on a young black defendant's sentence would be about 43 days more, compared to the about five days' worth of impact white defendants were given. 
The full study isn't available online yet, but the abstract is. Read the abstract on the American Economic Association website.
This story is proof any excuse will be found to try and justify the idea high rates of black crime is nothing more than an illusion, and it's actually implicitly racist white alumni of southern colleges/university who abuse their positions as judges to harm innocent black bodies when their beloved alma mater loses unexpectedly.

A reminder: this story is not a joke. It's serious, which is a reminder America is no longer a serious country.




Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Low Impulse Control + Poor Future Time-Orientation + Low IQ = Why 91% of Arrests for Suspended Drivers License in Memphis Have Been Black People in 2018


Somehow, black people driving without a license is all white people's fault. [Year to Date: 91% of people arrested for suspended license in Memphis are black, Fox 13 Memphis, June 4, 2018]:
To find Memphians without a driver’s license, Monday a FOX13 news crew went to the basement of 201 Poplar, outside the court rooms.   
They found Ishni Herron who has had a suspended license since 2014, “I feel like just being in this city is a struggle. If you able to get out this city, just get out,” Herron said.  
Herron lost her license when she couldn’t afford to pay a traffic ticket.   
She’s now behind $1,300 in reinstatement fees and fines adding, “it's very hard because as soon as you take two steps forward you get pushed two steps back,” Herron said.   
I found that since the first of the year, 91% of the arrests MPD has made for a suspended license has been of a black person.   
That’s 474 black men and women. Over that same time, 43 whites have been arrested.    
“I don't look at the person's color of their skin, I mean, everyone has their own struggles and I hate it,” said 25-year-old single mother Britny Morgan.   
Morgan is white and has also had her licenses suspended for two years, but she is in the minority when it comes to suspended license offenses adding, “I constantly have to wait for somebody to get off work or to take me back or get on the bus.”   
Josh Spickler runs the advocacy group Just City.  
“This is the same issue that New York City saw with stop and frisk, this is Memphis' version of stop and frisk,” Spickler said.    
His group is suing the state of Tennessee to stop the practice of suspending a license for non-payment of court costs which he says predominately effects low income folks.    
Spickler said the 91% rate among blacks shows another glaring trend adding, “What we saw in NYC is something very similar - black men walking down the street were stopped and frisked for no other reason than they were walking down the street as a young black man. In Memphis, Tennessee it's the exact same thing only you're in a car.”  

Low Impulse Control + Poor Future Time-Orientation + Low IQ = why 65 percent black Memphis is one of America's worst cities, where white individuals are collectively blamed for blacks failing to abide by the law. 



Monday, June 4, 2018

In 65% Black Memphis, "Expungement Clinics" Exist to Help Blacks Clear Their Criminal Records

Previously on SBPDL: Maybe It Was Memphis: 64 percent Black Memphis and those "Danger: Enter At Your Own Risk" Billboards...


In the future, our posterity will never, ever understand a story such as this, where people exerted energy, time and effort to help those who only sought to harm civilization. [Expungement clinic aims to restore hope in the community, WMC Action News 5 Memphis, June 1, 2018]:


For the past couple of years, volunteers have spent their Saturday helping people clear their criminal records while also helping them with their job search.
Black crime is just a fact of life in Memphis, where expungement clinics exists to help black criminals clear their records
Hundreds of people showed up Saturday at the The Healing Center Full Gospel Baptist Church looking to clean up their criminal record. 
A non-conviction expungement clinic was held in partnership with the church, Mayor Jim Strickland's office, and local leaders. 
In 2017, the Tennessee legislature passed several new expungement laws including reducing the fee from $450 to $180. 
Many people with a Tennessee criminal record or convictions can also have multiple misdemeanors erased. 
"And they are old, some are very old, and they are still being held against them. We need to find a way to break into that. Another thing is they are not able to vote and people want their voices heard," Pastor Dianne Young said. 
The clinic is about restoring hope in the community.  
"We deal a lot with suicide and we found out that 90 percent of people who take their lives contact a person of faith before they complete it. That means that we need to be on the front line ready to help people and point them in the right direct and even the things that we don't do, we need to know where those resources are," Young said. 
Representatives from Shelby County General Sessions Clerk Ed Stanton Jr.'s  office were on hand to share other second-chance resources.   
"When people can get their cases expunged, they can get jobs and pay for drivers assistance programs such as what we have here that are available," Gortria Banks said. 
A volunteer at the clinic said the program gives residents another opportunity at life.  
"I was here at this very clinic last year. I had a few things expunged as far as my background and my driving and I am a witness to sit here and say today that I work for a Fortune 500 company because of that. So it's very very important, even if you feel like it doesn't apply. It doesn't hurt to try," a volunteer named Jessica said.
Memphis is a 65 percent black city, where high rates of  black criminality is a fact of life everyone seeks to avoid.

Where society should be shaming criminals, we seek to exonerate them. 
WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee