Wednesday, December 31, 2014

You grew up way too fast and now there's nothing to believe, And reruns all become our history

Ferguson War Journal: Day 144

In the past seven days, two attempted ambushes on police by blacks in St. Louis have failed. 

One, because Antonio Martin left the safety on his gun when he pointed it at a white cop. [Berkeley Police Chief Frank McCall Said Antonio Martin’s Gun Still Had The Safety On,, 12-30-14]

Two, because black people - luckily - are horrendous marksman. [Six arrested after shots fired near looted Ferguson beauty supply store,, 12-30-14]
Beneath the white man's skyscrapers stands the symbol of the anchor holding back our inevitable march forward

Only a day before Christmas, one of the so-called leading Ferguson "peace" protestors was arrested for trying to start a blaze at a QuickTrip (the gas station seemingly the Bastille of this revolution).[Protester who advocates peace charged with setting fire at Berkeley QT, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 12-24-14:
One of the most frequently quoted and photographed Ferguson protesters was charged Saturday with setting fire to a Berkeley convenience store last week. 
St. Louis County police arrested Joshua Williams, 19, of St. Louis, on Friday after several local media outlets and store surveillance captured images of him trying to set a pile of wood on fire outside the QuikTrip on North Hanley Road early Wednesday. 
Williams confessed to setting fires at the store in a videotaped interview, according to court documents. 
Williams has been quoted as an advocate for peaceful protests. 
An MSNBC profile of Williams in September quoted him as saying, “We have to come together as one and show them we can be peaceful, that we can do this. If not, they’re going to just want us to act up so (police) can pull out their toys on us again.” 
Later, he continued: “I learned that we have to stand up and that you can’t get nowhere with violence but you can always move people without it.” 
You can't get nowhere with violence...

Well, actually you can, but that's a lesson for another day. 

Another time. 

For now, let's remember the undeniably hypocritical war cry of #BlackLivesMatter and roll the ugliness of another year of black violence in St. Louis working overtime to make the city unsafe for civilization. [St. Louis homicides up more than 30 percent in 2014 to highest total since 2008, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 12-31-14]:
April Fields’ killer hid in the back seat of her car in January, then stabbed and strangled the 25-year-old woman after she dropped off her daughter at day care. 
Nick Kapusniak, 20, died in March in a drive-by shooting during a backyard party with his fraternity brothers. 
Kourtney Warren, 23, was killed Nov. 21 when an apparent drug deal erupted into a gunfight at a Phillips 66 gas station. 
Those people may not have been connected in life but are linked in death as part of a somber tally of about 190 people who died violently in St. Louis and St. Louis County in 2014. Their names will be read aloud tonight at an annual New Year’s Eve vigil to remember those murdered in the area this year. 
The 159 murders in St. Louis this year — through Tuesday — have made 2014 the most violent of recent years, with at least 39 more murders than last year. It’s the highest yearly tally of criminal homicides since 2008, when the city recorded 167 murders. 
University of Missouri-St. Louis criminologist Rick Rosenfeld said the increase in homicides in four north St. Louis neighborhoods alone — Wells Goodfellow, St. Louis Place, the West End and Kingsway East — accounted for most of the year’s overall rise in murders. 
“The homicide increase is highly localized,” he said. “Most areas of the city saw no change over last year.” 
Police Chief Sam Dotson said he believed one of the reasons for the increase here since August could be what he has called the “Ferguson effect,” the belief that criminals became more emboldened since the Aug. 9 killing of Michael Brown by a Ferguson police officer. Dotson said he believed crime rose in part because police were diverted from regular patrols to special details focusing on civil unrest. 
Rosenfeld said he saw those links in the data. “If you’re heavily involved in crime, you run a strong risk of being killed,” he said. “If you’re not, your risk is much, much lower.” 
Most of the victims were black and male, as were most of the suspects in cases in which a suspect description is known. 
This month, Dotson asked the mayor to find money to hire 160 more city officers over the next two years. That followed the death of Bosnian immigrant Zemir Begic, 32, who was beaten to death by a group of teenagers with hammers in the Bevo Mill neighborhood Nov. 30. Three days later, a woman was killed and five other people were shot in an attempted robbery at Pooh’s Corner, a bar in south St. Louis popular with retired and off-duty police. 
Dotson also vowed to return to hotspot policing now that officers are spending less time focused on protests in the city. 
The real homicide total actually may be higher than 158 because the city’s medical examiner has yet to rule whether at least four deaths police dubbed “suspicious” were homicides. 
Two-thirds of all murder cases in St. Louis are still unsolved. That includes the death of Kapusniak, a student at the St. Louis College of Pharmacy who was hit by gunfire from a car passing through an alley in the 2700 block of Accomac Street on March 1. 
His mother, Renee Kapusniak, said she was concerned about the growing violence in St. Louis. Kapusniak said she last spoke with police a few months ago and was told there were no fresh leads. But she isn’t giving up hope. 
“With all the violence going on there, we do not want another family to live through what we’re going through,” she said Tuesday by phone from her home in Waukesha, Wis. “He was a young life who unfortunately was taken from us by a random act of violence, and it has to stop.”
The hallmarks of the black community: black violence lowering property value,  ensuring those home owners a wet time with their mortgage and negative equity. With a fierce devotion to the code of "No Snitching," the bulk of violent black people who have engaged in homicidal behavior remain at large to do it again. The "code of silence" among black criminals and the black population that breeds, shelters, and protects them represents a civilization-stunting phenomenon.

Those white people daring to restore civilization to the vast acreage's of land overwhelmed by the black undertow become victims of the random violence that drove away whites decades ago.

For decades, the black population in St. Louis has been solely responsible for the city having a high homicide rate as well as a nonfatal shooting problem. The streets of St. Louis and North St. Louis aren't violent; it's the black population of St. Louis and North St. Louis that makes these streets uninhabitable, even for ghosts.

So as 2014 comes to an end, the continued stagnation of human evolution via the toxicity of liberalism and its adherents steadfast (slavish) devotion to black improvement/empowerment means we will continue to more of the same in St. Louis - and all of America - in 2015.

But the day will come when this rerun ends.

Our task is not to speed up this moments arrival, but survive until it arrives.

Monday, December 29, 2014

An Advocate of All Things Black Compares his Community to the Flintstones and the White Community to the Jetsons... Without Getting the Joke

The black newspaper, The St. Louis American, published an article containing perhaps the greatest quote you'll ever, ever read.

The world of the Flintstones, the Jetsons or the community blacks have created in North St. Louis...

Courtesy of Families Advocating Safe Streets (one of those uniquely black organizations found in any urban area of America with a high percentage of violent blacks engaging in behavior contrary to the #BlackLivesMatter meme), we get the absolute best quote ever on the inherent reality of the Bell Curve. 

Good luck finding it! [23rd annual prayer vigil for victims, St. Louis American, 12-24-14]:
African Americans in St. Louis do not mourn only victims of police violence, as critics of the Ferguson protest movement frequently claim. In fact, this New Year’s Eve will mark the 23rd annual prayer vigil for victims of violence organized by Families Advocating for Safe Streets.
“It’s for people who lost their lives to violence in the past year,” said St. Louis Alderman Sam Moore, vice president of the organization.
The 23rd annual prayer vigil will be held 4 p.m. New Year Eve’s at William’s Temple Church of God in Christ, 1500 Union Blvd. at Martin Luther King Boulevard.
“We commemorate those who lost their lives,” Moore said. “We light candles, read the names of all the victims and release 149 balloons – hopefully it’s still at 149, but however many.”
When Moore was interviewed on December 18, and still at press time, there were 149 homicides in St. Louis in 2014. Of those 149 people killed in the city, two – Kajieme Powell and VonDerrit Myers Jr. – were killed by police officers.
“It’s a travesty and a shame,” Moore said. “We’re continually trying to bring to the forefront that our problem is not just with police killing people.”

But Moore and his organization, which was founded and is still led by Jeanette Culpepper, also work with police to solve homicides in the city.
“We go to the site where a murder occurred and pass out flyers asking people to give information about the murders,” Moore said. “We tell them how to remain anonymous and ask people to come forward.”
It is not easy, Moore said, because many people distrust the police – and fear criminals.
“People don’t want to cooperate because there are repercussions,” Moore said. “Witnesses get hurt and killed. But we hand out flyers telling them they can remain anonymous.”

“If anyone lost a loved one, you’d want that same information about your loved one,” Moore said. “We need to come together, come to a consensus and get these people off the street so we can have a safe environment.”
The enemy on the street is formidable, Moore said, as he sees street criminals adapting to police better than the cops sleuth them.
“Criminals in my ward know the police patterns,” Moore said. “They’ve gone wild. The mean streets of St. Louis have not been taken care of.”
One crime story Moore does not buy is the reported racial tensions between blacks and Bosnians following the street murder of a young Bosnian man, allegedly by a group of black and Hispanic teens.
“I am sickened by what happened to the young man, the Bosnian man beat to death with hammers on the South Side,” Moore said. “But to say blacks don’t like Bosnians is a diversionary tactic. How do I know who a Bosnian is? We don’t know who Bosnians are. It was an isolated incident.”
Moore is focused on his North Side 4th Ward, which badly needs redevelopment.
There are seven empty lots on the very block where he lives. He offered pop cultural comparisons to describe North City’s underdevelopment.
“We live like Flintstones compared to the Jetsons,” Moore said. “The Jetsons go, ‘Zip!’ and are off into space, while we are still running with our feet on the ground holding up a log.”
But even he was caught up in the excitement that swept the world, starting with protests in Ferguson and St. Louis. He said, “A lot of people never knew that black people in St. Louis had this kind of spirit bottled inside of them.”
 Did you find it?

It might just be me, but I'd say Moore denigrated Fred Flintstone and the good citizens of Bedrock by comparing their harmonious community to the undeniably primitive conditions of heavily black North St. Louis -- conditions that are merely a reflection of the type of community the individual black people there can collectively create.

One fact can be sure: Bedrock didn't need a Families Advocating Safe Streets organization, even though dinosaurs roamed them...

Sunday, December 28, 2014

"White line's in the middle of the road, that's the worst place to drive."

So a memorial to a dead black male is sitting in the middle of Canfield Drive in Ferguson.

The middle of the road.
A relic fit only for the age of Black-Run America (BRA): the shrine to the Michael Brown in Ferguson is - seriously - in the middle of the road on Canfield Drive.

On the white line.

Where people drive cars.

As Roddy Piper's character in They Live! said, "White line's in the middle of the road, that's the worst place to drive." [Ferguson officer placed on leave over remarks about damaged memorial, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 12-28-14]:
A Ferguson police spokesman was placed on unpaid leave after acknowledging remarks to a Washington Post blogger in which he called the Michael Brown memorial a “pile of trash,” city officials said Saturday.
One day earlier, the city stood behind the spokesman, Officer Timothy Zoll — claiming he had been misquoted — after an inquiry into the damaged memorial in the middle of Canfield Drive. But officials retreated in a one-page statement issued Saturday.
Zoll was “confronted with the results” of a department investigation into the remarks attributed to him, city officials said.
The officer “admitted to department investigators” that he made the statement attributed to him” and had “misled” superiors about the interview.
The unpaid leave is effective immediately while disciplinary proceedings begin, according to the statement.
City officials emphasized that Zoll’s remarks “do not reflect the feelings” of the Ferguson Police Department.
What happened on August 9th in 67 percent black Ferguson has launched a revolution; I'm still not quite sure people understand just who will ultimately benefit from the actions of these revolutionaries...

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Through the years we'll always be together. If the fates allow...

In early December, three black males tried to rob Pooh's Corner in St. Louis. The bar in south citywas a popular hangout for cops, a fact the three black males who tried to rob Pooh's Corner probably weren't aware of...
Violence breaks out in 82 percent black Berkeley, Missouri on Christmas Eve after a white officer dared shot a black male (who had a long arrest history at the ripe old age of 18) who pointed a gun at him...

The tragedy is 63-year-old Diana Lawrence is dead because of the actions of these three black males; luckily multiple patrons at the bar were armed, ensuring a greater tragedy was avoided. [Ex-St. Louis cop who opened fire on robbers at Pooh's Corner bar says 'instincts kicked in', St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 12-20-14]:
The former police officer was standing toward the back of the bar, nursing a can of Natural Light, when the crack of gunfire shattered the vibe. 
Three armed men barged into Pooh’s Corner about 11 p.m. Dec. 2 and ordered everyone to the floor. At least one fired a shot into the ceiling. 
The former police officer at the bar shot his .357 Magnum snubnose at one of the robbers standing nearby, hitting him in the eye. The retired cop said the gunman collapsed, and he kicked a pistol away before emptying his cylinder at the muzzle flashes near the front door. 
“Instincts kicked in,” said the former city officer, 65, of St. Louis. “All of that so-called training kind of evaporates, so I won’t attribute it to training. I just attribute it to survival instincts.” 
One of the armed robbers escaped the shootout and is still on the loose. The former officer, who served in the St. Louis Police Department for eight years in the 1970s, asked not to be identified because he fears retaliation against him or his family. 
It was the second time since 2008 that the ex-cop who tends bar part-time at the Carondelet neighborhood tavern opened fire to fight off would-be robbers. Five people were wounded in the latest gunfight at Pooh’s Corner, at 6023 Virginia Avenue, including the ex-cop and two of the robbers. A bar patron, Diana Lawrence, 63, of St. Louis, died the next day from a shot to the back of her head. It is not clear who shot her, but witnesses have said Lawrence was sitting at a table with her back to the robbers when she was shot. Autopsy results are not yet available. 
“I lost a dear friend,” the former officer said. “I believe those men had murder on their minds.”
"The former officer... asked not to be identified because he fears retaliation against him or his family."

This comment is a reminder the black community of St. Louis immediately sides with those who break the law and will strive for retribution against those who dare impede their comrades ability to rob businesses like Pooh's Corner. 
Keep this fact in mind when we consider the next "Justice for Michael Brown" mob target; those now agitating for violence against the cops in 82 percent black Berkeley (just another formerly all-white suburb blighted by now majority demographic) have 18-year-old Antonio Martin. [Berkeley officer kills suspect who pulled gun; police say victim was 'known' to police, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 12-24-14]:
A Berkeley police officer fired at least three shots at a suspect who pulled a gun on him, the St. Louis County Police chief said at a Wednesday morning news conference. 
Police Chief Jon Belmar said the officer was doing a business check at a Mobil on the run station about 11:15 p.m. Tuesday when the shooting happened. 
The officer saw two people on the parking lot in the 6800 block of North Hanley Road and began talking with them. 
Belmar said one of the people approached the driver's side of the vehicle.One of the individuals "produced a pistol with his arm straight out, pointing it straight at the officer kind of from across the hood," Belmar said. 
At that point, the chief said, the officer got his service revolver "and fired what we think is three shots." 
The officer, who is 34 and white, is a 6-year veteran of the department, Belmar said. He was placed on investigative leave, which is standard.  
Belmar said one round struck the suspect, an 18-year-old black male, and one struck a tire of the police car. Police said they did not immediately know where the third round went. 
From the videotape released by St. Louis County Police and Belmar's description, the officer was near the front driver's side of the vehicle and the suspect was on the other side, near the car's headlights, when the shooting occurred. 
As the officer points his gun, he is backing away and loses his balance, Belmar said. As he fell, he dropped his flashlight and fired off at least three shots. 
The suspect was pronounced dead at the scene by EMS units. Berkeley police called the county's crimes against persons unit at 11:45 p.m., and they arrived at the scene at 12:15 a.m., Belmar said. 
The body, which was covered and concealed from the crowd by a partition, was removed from the scene at 1:40 a.m., Belmar said. 
He also said the 9 mm gun found on the suspect had five rounds in the magazine and one round in the chamber. He also said the gun's serial number had been filed off. 
Belmar declined to release his name at the news conference but said he had a criminal record, with charges including three assaults, armed robbery, armed criminal action and multiple uses of weapons since he was 17. 
A woman at the scene overnight, Toni Martin, said it was her son, Antonio Martin, 18.
To truly understand why the unidentified cop who saved numerous lives at Pooh's Corner on December 2 fears for his life, look no further than Martin's family scrambling to defend their son. 

A son, mind you, who had a vast criminal record including assaults, armed robbery, and multiple uses of a firearm since he was 17... [Parents of Antonio Martin say his fatal shooting 'doesn't make any sense', St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 12-24-14]:

Antonio Martin's extended family was in shock early Wednesday, as they waited for details to unfold about the fatal shooting of the 18-year-old at a Berkeley gas station. 
"This doesn't make any sense for them to kill my son like this," Toni Martin-Green said early Wednesday from her home located near the University of Missouri-St. Louis campus. "I am trying to be calm." 
Martin mainly grew up in the Hyde Park area of North St. Louis before moving with family to unincorporated St. Louis County a few years ago. Martin attended high school in Jennings before dropping out and had also been enrolled in the federal Job Corps program for a spell. He last worked at White Castle and wanted to go back to Job Corps, his father said. 

Police say the man shot had a criminal record, with charges including three assaults, armed robbery, armed criminal action and multiple uses of weapons since he was 17. 
Martin's parents acknowledged that their son has been arrested before and had "stumbled in the past." 
"In the last year, he was really trying to find who he was. He was ready to take the world on," the father said. "He knew he had parents who loved him. He had that support." 
"He was not a violent person, to our knowledge," he added. "Around us there weren't any pistols. It's hard to believe that." 
His grandmother, Margret Chandler, was also in disbelief. 
"When he was around me, he knew to do right," she said. "Why would he pull out a gun against the police? That's the thing I don't get. It just doesn't add up." 
Well mom and grandma, when your son wasn't around he was doing everything he could except doing right; now, more violence is breaking in St. Louis because of yet another black male making a decision to directly challenge the states monopoly on violence. 

And though the American state in 2014 is incredibly, over-the-top, anti-white, the police represent the one instrument standing in the way of a tidal wave of black criminality capsizing the entire nation into the orgiastic violence found on December 2nd at Pooh's Corner. 

Hold your family a little tighter this 2014 Christmas Eve and remember each incident where a criminal black male dares challenge the authority of police (and their monopoly on violence) is another crack in the American Experiment's hull, proof our nation has "failed...; for as we see a black community prepared to defend Antonio Martin's right to point a gun at a police officer, we view the dissolution of the American Dream and the birth of the American Nightmare.

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Attributing Magic to a Situation DNA Explains: Black Writer Believes "Proximity to Whiteness" Required for Individual Black Success

Every so often, the truth inadvertently slips out. NIKOLE HANNAH-JONES published a long article (School Segregation, the Continuing Tragedy of Ferguson Michael Brown beat the odds by graduating from high school before his death — odds that remain stacked against black students in St. Louis and the rest of the country) lamenting the horrible conditions of all-black public schools in metropolitan St. Louis versus the idyllic state of nearly all-white public schools. 

The nearly all-white public schools consist of individual white students who collectively produce some of the top test scores, highest graduation rates, and stunning rates of efficiency on various standardized tests and in AP course participation in the state of Missouri. 
So, white people have magical powers which liberate black people from the lack of opportunity found in areas of concentrated blackness...

Also, the quality of life these individual whites collectively create in their nearly all-white schools is reflected in the low expulsion rate and few disciplinary problems disrupting the education process. 

The nearly all-black public schools (like the one Michael Brown graduated from) consist of individual black students who collectively produce some of the lowest test scores, poorest graduation rates, and shockingly pitiful rates of efficiency on various standardized tests and in AP course participation in the state of Missouri. 

Also, the non-existent quality of life these individual blacks collectively create in their nearly all-black schools is reflected in the high expulsion rate, radical disciplinary problems disrupting the education process scaring away teachers and creating huge turnover rates.

The New York Times decided to excerpt some of Nikole Hannah-Jones work. [How School Segregation Divides Ferguson — and the United States, 12-19-14]:
ON Aug. 1, five students in satiny green-and-red robes and mortarboards waited in an elementary school classroom to hear their names called as graduates of Normandy High School. This ceremony, held months after the official graduation, was mostly for students who had been short of credits in May. 
One of those new graduates was Michael Brown. He was 18, his mother’s oldest son. He had been planning to start college in September. 
Eight days later, he was dead, killed in the streets of nearby Ferguson, Mo., by a white police officer in a shooting that ignited angry protests and a painful national debate about race, policing and often elusive justice. Many news reports after Mr. Brown’s death noted his graduation and his college plans. The implication was that these scholarly achievements magnified the sorrow. 
But if Michael Brown’s educational experience was a success story, it was a damning one. 
The Normandy school district is among the poorest and most segregated in Missouri. It ranks last in overall academic performance. Its rating on an annual state assessment was so dismal that by the time Mr. Brown graduated the district had lost its state accreditation. 
About half of black male students at Normandy High never graduate. Just one in four graduates makes it to a four-year college. The college where Mr. Brown was headed is a for-profit trade school that recruits those it once described in internal documents as “Unemployed, Underpaid, Unsatisfied, Unskilled, Unprepared, Unsupported, Unmotivated, Unhappy, Underserved!” 
Just five miles down the road from Normandy lies Clayton, the wealthy county seat where a grand jury recently deliberated the fate of Darren Wilson, the officer who killed Mr. Brown. Success there looks very different. The Clayton public schools are predominantly white, with almost no poverty to speak of. The district is regularly ranked in the top 10 percent in the state. More than 96 percent of its students graduate. Eighty-four percent head to four-year universities.
The article continued, but it for the sake of brevity, this appears to be Nikole Hannah-Jones thesis (We even Tweeted it to her!): 
Thesis: Without whites, blacks fail; without blacks, whites thrive
Hannah-Jones primarily goal with her long article, and it being excerpted at the New York Times, seems to be based on to showcase the magical properties white people have at unleashing black potential trapped if surrounded by only blackness.

She even responded to us on Twitter!:
yeah, in a system based on white hierarchy, proximity to whiteness required for access to opportunity. Duh.
So, Nikole Hannah-Jones attributes to white people magical powers that heroically liberate individual blacks incapable of flourishing if only exposed to blackness...

That makes a lot of sense!

It's truly misguided to continue and judge individual blacks by the academic standards established by individual whites, for when they are collectively aggregated we learn the truth of the racial gap in learning is embedded in the genetic code of the respective races.

No amount of magical thinking or proximity to whites can change the DNA of blacks, though proximity to blacks can negatively impact the DNA of a white females offspring...

The main question Nikole Hannah-Jones will never entertain is why, in the absence of whites individual blacks can't collectively creating the type of social capital required for thriving communities?

If proximity to whiteness is a necessary condition for opportunity, how did those black Ancient Egyptians ever build those pyramids?

Monday, December 22, 2014

"Detroit: The Unauthorized Autopsy of America's Bankrupt Black Metropolis" Out for Kindle

The recent story that "Dozens of suspected murderers, rapists and other criminals who were arrested by Detroit Police over the past four years have been released because of a backlog of unsigned warrants at the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office," shouldn't surprise anyone who has been exposed to the racial truths of Detroit's transformation from a 1st World city into a 3rd World reminder that race isn't a social construct. [Detroit warrant backlog frees suspects, Detroit Free Press, 12-16-14]
Available now for your Kindle!

If race were a social construct, the Pontiac Silverdome wouldn't be a venue for photographers to capture the awesome images of 'Life After White People'.

With this in mind, SBPDL is proud to announce the publication (for ebook) of Detroit: The Unauthorized Autopsy of America's Bankrupt Black Metropolis.

Order your copy here!

The long-awaited sequel to Escape from Detroit, Detroit tells sets the record straight as to the origins of the historic bankruptcy of the former 'Arsenal of Democracy':
Busted. Broke. Bankrupt.  
Once the most civilized of American cities, Detroit was known by many as the 'Paris of the West'.  
Now, however, the city of Detroit lies in ruins, victim of its own population. 
The tragic story of the death of Detroit serves as a lesson -- but what have we learned?  
In Detroit: The Unauthorized Autopsy of America's Bankrupt Black Metropolis, Paul Kersey answers this question.  
His cutting-edge investigation looks inside the corpse of this once-great city and reveals the rot and cancer that ate away its fiscal health over the past fifty years.  
Beloved conservative economist wrote this about Paul Kersey: "It would be easy to dismiss Kersey as a racist. But denouncing him or ignoring him is not refuting him."  
It's not a pretty sight. Autopsy is an ugly process. But the truth about the death of Detroit must be known. In these pages, Paul Kersey peels away the lies, spin, and fantasy layer by layer and reveals the truth about the death of Detroit.  
Chapters include: The Rise of a Black City The Road to Detroit’s Bankruptcy Origin of Crime in the “Arsenal of Democracy’ The Africanization of Detroit Flat-Earth Society: Those Denying the Racial Angle to Detroit’s Collapse Sunk Cost: Attempts to Bailout Black Detroit Over the Decades 
The book will be available in paperback around December 30th (if interested in acquiring a signed copy by Paul Kersey, make a donation for $25 via the PayPal link on the right-side column of this site).

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Obama Sent Three Officials from his Administration to Michael Brown's Funeral: How many will he send to New York City for the Funerals of Two NYPD Officers?

It's important to read this ending paragraph from a long rant by a black male ready for revolution, prepared to carry the flag of Ferguson into battle. [In Ferguson, New York Review of Books, January 2015]:
Yet the Ferguson movement has promised that the situation cannot go back to normal, to the way things have been. Everybody knows what racism is. The problems needn’t be explained over and over. They can’t be deflected by saying that Michael Brown took some cigars from a store, that he broke the law and therefore it was proper to kill him with six bullets, although he had no weapon. This is the kind of thinking that racism hides behind. Ferguson feels like a turning point. For so many, Brown’s death was the last straw. Black youth are fed up with being branded criminals at birth. Ferguson was the country stepping back in time, or exposing the fact that change hasn’t happened where most needed, that most of us don’t live in the age of Obama. “It’s a myth that we’re a fair society,” [Reverend Osagyefo] Sekou said. “We have to take that needle out of our arms.”
President Obama's address on November 24, 2014 (delivered after grand jury returned verdict in Michael Brown/Darren Wilson case) includes this line Ismaaiyl Brinsley probably agreed with:  "And so, we need to accept that this decision was the grand jury’s to make. There are Americans who agree with it, and there are Americans who are deeply disappointed, even angry. It’s an understandable reaction."
 All of society lives in the age of Obama, where black people (and many white liberals) have gladly put a needle into their arms and pumped an endless supply of Bull Connor, Emmett Till, To Kill a Mockingbird, A Time to Kill and Jim Crow into their veins. 

Ferguson wasn't the country stepping back in time; it was the country being forced to confront a future where the honesty of The Bell Curve is censored, the genetic reality for 'income inequality' replaced with the dishonest narrative of never-ending white supremacy holding the black population down. 

Never, ever forget the President of the United States sent three officials from his administration to 67 percent black Ferguson to attend the funeral of Michael Brown (after Attorney General Eric Holder ventured to the city and said, 'I Am the Attorney General… but I'm Also a Black Man'). Three officials... [President Obama sending three White House officials to Michael Brown’s funeral: Leading the group for Monday's service will be the chairman of the My Brother's Keeper Task Force, Broderick Johnson., New York Daily News, 8-24-14]

On December 20, 2014, two non-white police officers found out what 'living in the age of Obama' (the words of New York Review of Books author Daryl Pinckney) means, when a black man shot them dead. 

Perhaps the black murderer of the two white cops also saw Ferguson as "the last straw," deciding to take up Louis Farrakhan's call to black arms. [Farrakhan On Ferguson: ‘We’ll Tear This G**damn Country Up!’, Daily Caller, 11-29-14]:
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan went on a fiery tirade about Ferguson on Saturday — threatening that if the demands of protesters aren’t met, “we’ll tear this goddamn country apart!” 
Farrakhan stated in his speech — given at Morgan State University, a black college located in Baltimore, Md. — that violence was justified in response to the decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson and peaceful protests are only in the interest of “white folks.” 
“We going to die anyway. Let’s die for something,” the radical figure told the crowd to roaring applause.
Was Ismaaiyl Brinsley in attendance at Farrakhan's speech when he pleaded with the black crowd, "Let's die for something?"

No matter: it's highly unlikely anyone from the Obama Administration will be in attendance when the two New York City Police Department officers are laid to rest, nor would it make sense in this "age of Obama."

His indifference to the shooting of death of two cops in New York City is "an understandable reaction" when you consider the President's track record of throwing police under the bus if it means deflecting the blame of black dysfunction to any other source but blacks themselves. 

Saturday, December 20, 2014

Collateral Damage of the #BlackLivesMatter Campaign...

Only days ago, a mob (fueled on the hashtag of the moment, #BlackLivesMatter and #EricGarner) in New York City marched.

They marched to one battle cry: the need for dead cops. [Millions March NYC: 'What do we want? Dead Cops. When Do We Want It? Now.', Fox News, 12-14-14]
On August 9, Officer Darren Wilson unwittingly started a revolution... what most people have failed to realize is who this revolution actually benefits (hint: not the #BlackLivesMatter marchers)

Only six days later, a black man in New York City decided to bring this battle cry to fruition. [Gunman executes 2 NYPD cops as ‘revenge’ for Garner, New York Post, 12-20-14]:
Two uniformed NYPD officers were shot dead Saturday afternoon as they sat in their marked police car on a Brooklyn street corner — in what investigators believe was a crazed gunman’s ­assassination-style mission to avenge Eric Garner and Michael Brown.

“It’s an execution,” one law-enforcement source said of the 3 p.m. shooting of police officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos.
The tragic heroes were working overtime as part of an anti-terrorism drill in Bedford-Stuyvesant when they were shot point-blank in the head by the lone gunman, identified by sources as Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28, who had addresses in Georgia and Brooklyn.
Neither cop Ismaaiyl Brinsley executed was white, but both cops wore the same uniform as Officer Darren Wilson.

Both cops Brinsley executed were culpable in Michael Brown's death on August 9th, merely because the mainstream/corporate media (looking at you Jon Stewart) and the Obama Administration has declared war on the concept of law and order, advocating instead for the ascension of "if its black, you must get back" concept of policing.

Both cop, in Brinsle's mind, were responsible for death of Eric Garner. 

Eventually, the energy from the #BlackLivesMatter, #EricGarner, and all those 'die-ins' at malls and public places throughout America was going to manifest into something ugly, and only six days after a march through the Big Apple heard the cry for "dead cops" echo throughout the dark landscape of the city, two New York City police are dead.

The championing of thugs as the highest form or morality has consequences, and the #BlackLivesMatter movement now has a face and a name: Ismaaiyl Brinsley.

Friday, December 19, 2014

A Story so Impossibly Absurd it Could Only Happen Courtesy of Black People...

A Tuesday.

Ostensibly, in America.

New Orleans to be exact.

Five black men.



More than 50 rounds fired...
Some of the participants in the Tuesday afternoon firefight in New Orleans, where more than 50 rounds were fired (and only one person injured)...

Police couldn't establish a motive for this encounter, where only one person was injured...

All on your typical Tuesday afternoon in a city where the black population works overtime to keep the police constantly busy. [Nearly 50 rounds fired during Mid-City shootout Tuesday; 5 men arrested following police chase, New Orleans Times-Picayune,12-17-14]:
Nearly 50 rounds were fired during a Mid-City shootout Tuesday afternoon and five men arrested in connection to the shooting now face high bonds and a slew of felony charges. 
Quincy Jynes, 27; Clarence Singleton, 29; Riginald McCoy, 18; Darius Green, 27; and August LeBlanc, 27 are facing charges including aggravated battery, simple escape and aggravated assault, among others, records show. 
The mid-day melee prompted an hours-long manhunt where police officers cordoned off wide swaths of blocks surrounding Canal Street, causing lengthy delays for drivers in the area. Police said seven cars were struck by gunfire during the shootout. 
Officers working at an NOPD substation in the 3000 block of Tulane Avenue caught wind of the shooting within minutes after hearing gunfire and seeing several men flee the area.
According to an arrest warrant filed in Orleans Parish Criminal District Court, about 3 p.m. NOPD Sgt. Dan Anderson saw several men running away from the scene of a shooting in the 3200 block of Tulane Avenue.
A man seated inside a white, bullet-riddled four-door sedan was injured in the shooting and rushed to an area hospital for treatment.
Police units in the area initiated a chase after which the suspects bailed out of their car and attempted to flee on foot.
 Three of the five men believed to be involved in the shooting were arrested shortly after the gunfire, within blocks of the incident.
The NOPD said an Orleans Parish Sheriff's deputy who was on the scene saw Green try to flee across Tulane Avenue while tossing a gun he was carrying. Another man, identified as Singleton, was seen running about one block away, near the intersection of Jefferson Davis Parkway and Tulane Avenue. Police said Singleton was seen on surveillance camera tossing a weapon to the ground while attempting to flee. Both Green and Singleton were arrested on the scene.

Meanwhile, police had shut down Canal Street in both directions at Telemachus Street and a search perimeter was established between Canal and Iberville streets and between Telemachus and South Cortez streets. Leblanc, who police said was one of two men seen fleeing a gold SUV while carrying a gun, was discovered trying to exit the perimeter after discarding a sweatshirt. He was arrested on the scene.
Officers searching for the remaining two men were then tipped off that a man who matched the description of one of the suspects was at a home in the 3700 block of Iberville Street.
There, police said, workers outside the house told officers that a man dressed all in black had just walked inside and tossed clothes over the fence. McCoy was found inside the home and arrested, police said, adding that two guns, a black face mask, and a discarded hooded sweatshirt were found near the back of the home.
Lastly, Jynes, who police say was the driver of the gold SUV, was apprehended inside the perimeter. En route to the police station, Jynes escaped out of the back of the police car but was caught a short while later, a couple of blocks from the 1st District police station, the report said.
Records show the men were charged as follows:
Quincy Jynes: One count each of resisting an officer, simple escape, aggravated battery, aggravated assault, illegal use of a weapon, possession of a firearm by a felon, and aggravated flight from an officer. Bond was set at $450,000.
Clarence  Singleton: One count of aggravated battery, two counts of aggravated assault and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon. Bond was set at $450,000.\
Riginald McCoy: One count of aggravated battery, one count of resisting an officer, two counts of aggravated assault and one count of illegally carrying weapons. Bond was set at $425,000.
Darius Green: Four counts of aggravated assault, one count of illegally using a weapon and one count of illegally carrying a weapon. Bond was set at $450,000.
August Leblanc: Two counts of aggravated assault, one count of aggravated battery, one count of resisting an officer and one count of illegally carrying weapons. Bond was set at $458,000.
The victim of the shooting, Melvin Hayes, reportedly exchanged gunfire with members of the group, but police records do not indicate who fired the responding shots. Hayes was cited for a probation violation but not booked on additional charges as of this date.
Police have not cited any motive for the shootout. 
 More than 50 rounds fired, with only one person injured.

We call this a Tuesday afternoon in New Orleans...

What should be a remarkable story made unremarkable because of the frequency at which black people engaging in nonfatal shootouts now occurs.