Sunday, August 19, 2018

Black Lives Matter? At Back to School Peace Party in Chicago, Blacks Open Fire on Black People, Wounding Three

Previously on SBPDL: Because of Incessant Black Violence/Dysfunction, Funeral home directors in Chicago call for law to reduce violence at funerals

They're just like us. Promise. [3 men shot near Seward Park on Near North Side during back-to-school peace party, ABC 7 Chicago, August 18, 2018]:
CHICAGO (WLS) -- Three men were shot and wounded Saturday afternoon near Seward Park on Chicago's Near North Side as children were leaving a back-to-school peace rally. 
The incident occurred at about 6 p.m. in the 300-block of West Division, according to Chicago police. 
Well... no you can't do this!
A person of interest was in custody Saturday evening. 
One to three male offenders, ages 15 to 20, fired shots in the direction of the victims before running from the scene, police said. 
A 54-year-old man was shot in his upper-right leg; a 43-year-old man was shot in the lower left leg and upper right arm; and a 28-year-old man was shot in the back. 
Two victims, ages 54 and 43, were hospitalized in stable condition. The 28-year-old was hospitalized in critical condition. 
All of the victims were innocent bystanders, witnesses said. 
Hundreds of children were attending the event, which featured music and games. 
Many of the children were leaving the event as gunfire rang out. 
Two off-duty Cook County sheriff deputies, who are brothers, drew their guns to try and stop one of the alleged shooters. 
"One thing we were thinking was, 'Ya'll are going to rain on an event that was sponsored for the children and to promote peace,'" Marvin Edwards, one of the off-duty deputies. 
The event was hosted by Brothers Standing Together. The organizers said they will continue to promote their mission of peace. 
Police are investigating.
Can you spot the great quote from this immortal passage in Nicholas Lemann's The Promised Land: The Great Black Migration and How It Changed America?:
Chicago was home to the Chicago Defender, the country’s leading black newspaper, with a wide readership in the rural South. Robert S. Abbott, the Defender’s publisher, a small, round, well-dressed man who artfully combined the roles of race crusader and businessman, launched what he called "The Great Northern Drive" on May 15, 1917. The object of the drive was to exhort Southern blacks to come to Chicago, in order to make money and live under the legal benefits of citizenship. Abbott invented slogans ("The Flight Out of Egypt") and promoted songs ("Bound for the Promised Land," "Going Into Canaan") that pounded home a comparison to the events described in the Book of Exodus for his audience of extremely religious children of slaves. 
He persuaded the railroads to offer "club rates" to groups of blacks migrating to Chicago. At the same time strong-back businesses like the stockyards and packing houses, desperately short of labor because of the war, hired white labor agents and black preachers to tour the South recruiting. Black porters on the Illinois Central, who at the time were a prosperous, respected elite in black America, spread the word (and passed out the Defender) on their stops in Mississippi towns. E. Franklin Frazier, the black sociologist, reported that, "In some cases, after the train crossed the Ohio River, the migrants signalized the event by kissing the ground and holding prayer services." 
The black population of Chicago grew from 44,000 in 1910 to 109,000 in 1920, and then to 234,000 in 1930. A local commission on race relations reported that 50,000 black people had moved to Chicago from the South in eighteen months during the war. --  p. 16
Did you see it? 

Here. 

I'll make it easy for you. As black migrants from the South entered the northern portion of the United States, they rejoiced at the their new found freedom:

"In some cases, after the train crossed the Ohio River, the migrants signalized the event by kissing the ground and holding prayer services." 
Blacks kissed the ground and held prayer services after they were liberated from the chains of Jim Crow and the white supremacist culture of the South. 

In August of 2018, black people hold "Peace Rallies" in Chicago, because black people can't stop shooting other black people. 

And even at a "Peace Rally" in Chicago, black people can't stop shooting other black people. 

Keep kissing the ground!

And keep telling yourself: they're just like us.


Saturday, August 18, 2018

Ring Wi-Fi Smart Video Doorbell Captures Armed Black Male Trying to Rob White Man at His Home in Broad Daylight in St. Louis

Technology is a wonderful thing. 

Advances in technology, driving down costs for surveillance equipment, is an even more wonderful thing. 
In broad daylight... in an 80 percent white community in St. Louis


Take for instance the story of a white Soulard homeowner (a community in St. Louis), who arrived home in the middle of the day, only to have an armed black male try and rob him as he entered his home. 

This white home owner had a Ring Wi-Fi Smart Video Doorbell, which captured the act in all its racial  entirety. [Soulard homeowner chased into his house by gun-wielding individual, Fox2Now.com, 8-17-18]:


A Soulard resident’s return home came with quite the unwelcoming surprise when an unknown gunman tried to make his way inside. 
“There’s a part of me that’s still in shock,” said the homeowner, who wants to remain anonymous. 
The homeowner caught the intense encounter all on his surveillance video. 
The man in the video said he was headed to work earlier this week when he realized he forgot something and came back home. 
“As I unlocked the door, something prompted me to turn around,” he said. 
By that time, a blue Chevy Impala had pulled up in front of his house and two me exited the vehicle. 
“I thought I saw what was a gun, but I wasn’t sure,” he said. 
It didn’t take long for the homeowner to know for certain, as the gunman came sprinting towards him seconds later. 
“I need to get the hell out of here and call 911,” the man said. 
A motive is still unclear in this incident. 
However, St. Louis police hope the public can help identify the gunman in the yellow hoodie. 
Meanwhile, residents like Gary Strohmeyer are on edge after seeing the video. 
"Frightening, for me and my son,” Strohmeyer said. “That that’s going on around this neighborhood. Everyone says Soulard is safe, but evidently, there’s more going on here than what meets the eye.”
Strohmeyer and other Soulard residents said they hope the armed individual and his accomplice are soon found and arrested.
Technology is a wonderful thing.

It enables us to see racial truths otherwise hidden by the corporate/mainstream media.  

Friday, August 17, 2018

His Name is Robert Sharp: White Retired University of Michigan Professor Brutally Murdered, His Body Mutilated by Black Parolee

It's something out of a horror movie. 

Only it wasn't an alien, a monster, or a hockey mask wearing psychopath who stabbed a white man, 76-year-old Robert Sharp, 28 times and then set him on fire. 

It was a recently paroled black male. [Ex-convict charged in death of retired University of Michigan professor, Michigan Live, 6-29-18]:

A man paroled from prison less than a year ago is facing charges in the homicide of a retired University of Michigan professor.
Rest in peace, Robert Sharp (inset, right)
Isom Hamilton, 29, was arraigned Friday, June 29, on charges of open murder, armed robbery, first-degree arson, first-degree home invasion and mutilation of dead body in connection with the June 11 slaying of 76-year-old Robert Sharp. 
Sharp, a professor emeritus of chemistry at the university, was discovered deceased in the basement of his townhouse in the 3200 block of Alpine Drive. The Washtenaw County Medical Examiner determined Sharp was stabbed multiple times and his body then burned. 
Police say Sharp had a daily routine where he would wake up and go to the Wendy's restaurant near his home, located at 3100 Boardwalk Drive, to have lunch and feed a group of stray cats. 
There, police say Hamilton was working at the restaurant and learned about Sharp.  
Hamilton had been on parole since November 2017 after serving four years in prison on one count each of assault of a police officer, possession of a dangerous weapon and first-degree arson, records show. 
Investigators believe Hamilton had quit his job at Wendy's when they allege he burglarized Sharp's home. Police allege Hamilton then returned several days later to burglarize the home again. He encountered Sharp and killed him, attempting to cover his tracks by burning Sharp's body, police contend. 
Police were called to check on Sharp the morning he was found dead after a neighbor realized she hadn't seen him all day and found that unusual, said Ann Arbor Detective William Stanford during a court hearing held Friday to request a warrant on the charges against Hamilton. 
Officers responding to the home found the front door ajar, Stanford said. The officers noticed heavy smoke and soot emanating from the home and called in fire crews. 
Firefighters entered the home and discovered Sharp in the basement, under a pile of smoldering debris, Stanford said. 
Police investigating the scene found blood in the kitchen of the home and drag marks leading to the basement, Stanford said. 
Sharp began teaching chemistry at the University of Michigan in 1969 and served on the faculty for 39 years before his retirement in 2008. 
His wife Maria Sharp recently died of cancer on April 20.

From Fox 2 Detroit: "He died of multiple stab wounds and the manner of death is homicide," said pathologist Dr. Jeffrey Jentzen. "They were a total of 28 cutting or sharp force injuries, Seventeen of those were described as (slash) wounds and 11 of those were described as stab wounds." 

No, it's no horror movie. It's just life in 2018 America, where a white supremacist nation complete with a white power structure (full of implicit bias and structural racism) has catapulted this story to the front pages of every newspaper and cable news telecast nationwide.

Right?

If white privilege were real, we'd never stop hearing or reading about the gruesome murder of Robert Sharp by a black parolee.

Instead, all we hear about is how racist the criminal justice system for locking up innocent black bodies and the need for immediate criminal justice reform to release innocent black bodies.


Thursday, August 16, 2018

Two White Liberals - Who Believed "Evil is a Make-Believe Concept" - on a Biking Journey Around the World Murdered by Members of ISIS

No pithy comments. 

No commentary necessary. 

The anti-white mindset personified in this story of two Disingenuous White Liberals (DWLs) who decided to bike across the world to prove, "Evil is a make-believe concept we’ve invented to deal with the complexities of fellow humans holding values and beliefs and perspectives different than our own … By and large, humans are kind. Self-interested sometimes, myopic sometimes, but kind. Generous and wonderful and kind."


It's this mindset allowing tens of millions of non-whites to flood Western Europe, Australia, Canada, and the United States. 

And it's this mindset ending with our two white liberal bicyclists (on a worldwide tour to prove evil is a 'make-believe concept') stabbed to death by Muslims.  [A Dream Ended on a Mountain Road: The Cyclists and the ISIS Militants, New York Times, August 7, 2018]:
Asked why they had quit their office jobs and set off on a biking journey around the world, the young American couple offered a simple explanation: They had grown tired of the meetings and teleconferences, of the time sheets and password changes. 
“There’s magic out there, in this great big beautiful world,” wrote Jay Austin who, along with his partner, Lauren Geoghegan, gave his two weeks’ notice last year before shipping his bicycle to Africa. 
They were often proved right. 
On Day 319 of their journey, a Kazakh man stopped his truck, said hello and handed them ice cream bars. In a meadow where they had pitched their tent on Day 342, a family showed up with stringed instruments and treated them to an open-air concert. And on Day 359, two pigtailed girls met them at the top of a pass in Kyrgyzstan with a bouquet of flowers. 
There were hardships, too, including punctured tires, snarling dogs, freezing hail and illness. But for Mr. Austin and Ms. Geoghegan, both 29, these were far outweighed by moments of human connection. 
Then came Day 369, when the couple was biking in formation with a group of other tourists on a panoramic stretch of road in southwestern Tajikistan. It was there, on July 29, that a carload of men who are believed to have recorded a video pledging allegiance to the Islamic State spotted them. 
grainy cellphone clip recorded by a driver shows what happened next: The men’s Daewoo sedan passes the cyclists and then makes a sharp U-turn. It doubles back, and aims directly for the bikers, ramming into them and lurching over their fallen forms. In all, four people were killed: Mr. Austin, Ms. Geoghegan and cyclists from Switzerland and the Netherlands. 
Two days later, the Islamic State released a video showing five men it identified as the attackers, sitting before the ISIS flag. They face the camera and make a vow: to kill “disbelievers.” 
It was a worldview as diametrically opposed as imaginable to the one Mr. Austin and Ms. Geoghegan were trying to live by. Throughout their travels, the couple wrote a blog together and shared Instagram posts about the openheartedness they wanted to embody and the acts of kindness reciprocated by strangers.
TL;DR. The charming story concludes: 
Still, by the time they reached that bend in the road in Tajikistan just over a week ago, they had embraced the notion that the world was overwhelmingly good, the dozens of annotated photographs and the thousands of words they left behind show. 
“You read the papers and you’re led to believe that the world is a big, scary place,” Mr. Austin wrote. “People, the narrative goes, are not to be trusted. People are bad. People are evil. 
“I don’t buy it. Evil is a make-believe concept we’ve invented to deal with the complexities of fellow humans holding values and beliefs and perspectives different than our own … By and large, humans are kind. Self-interested sometimes, myopic sometimes, but kind. Generous and wonderful and kind.” 
“No greater revelation has come from our journey than this,” he wrote. 
In the video released by the Islamic State after the couple’s death, the men pledging allegiance to the group can be seen sitting on a stone slab, an aquamarine lake partly visible over their left shoulders. It’s the kind of panorama that the young couple might have stopped to capture and post on their blog.But in the clip, when these men point to the scenery around them, they vow to slaughter the “disbelievers” who have overrun their land.
Evil is not a social construct.

Somewhere in this story is the metaphor for the decline of the west.

The lessons learned from this story provide an inspiration for the revival of the west.