Monday, August 31, 2015

Of 45 Homicides in July 2015 in Baltimore, Not One Involved a White Suspect or White Victim (Hint: 43 of 45 had black victim/44 of 45 has black suspect)

Recently, I found myself reading a copy of Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species. A line struck me as simply astonishing in its breathtaking in its sheer... simplicity: 
When a race of plants is once pretty well established, the seed-raisers do not pick out the best plants, but merely go over their seed-beds, and pull up the “rogues,” as they call the plants that deviate from the proper standard. With animals this kind of selection is, in fact, likewise followed; for hardly any one is so careless as to breed from his worst animals.
What does happen when one, to paraphrase Darwin, is so careless as to breed from his worst animals with the redistributed tax dollars from its best animals? 
July 2015 in Baltimore: 45 homicides... 43 black victims (with 44 black suspects). No white people were harmed in the making of this Darwinian Nightmare come to life...

We call it Baltimore 2015. [45 murders in 31 daysLooking back at Baltimore's deadliest month, Baltimore Sun, August 29, 2015]:

Taylor Street and Delvin Trusty began dating in high school after he sent her a message on social media. 
They attended prom together, and three years later were expecting their first child. When she gave birth this month, she was surrounded with support, including Trusty's parents and brother, and her mother, sister and cousin — but not Trusty. 
Their daughter, a 9-pound, 11-ounce girl named Avah, was born one month to the day that Trusty was gunned down in Northeast Baltimore. "I text his phone still," Street said. "I send pictures of the baby." 
Trusty was among 45 people killed in Baltimore in July, a toll that matched the deadliest month in the city's modern history and came amid a surge in violent crime surge that followed Freddie Gray's death. 
The last time 45 people were killed in one month was in August 1972, when the city had about 275,000 more residents. The deaths occurred across the city, overwhelmingly in historically impoverished neighborhoods. 
All but one of the victims were male, all but two of them black. Many had serious criminal records. The victims also included a 5-month-old boy and a 53-year-old grandmother, a teen stabbed to death in a dispute over a cell phone and a carryout deliveryman killed in a robbery. 
They left behind scores of grieving relatives, including dozens of children and stepchildren who will grow up without fathers — a city's deadly legacy.
Of the 45 homicides, all but two were black: only one involves a non-black suspect, and it's a case of Asian infanticide (the other homicide was an Indian deliveryman being gunned down by a black dude). 

The "historically impoverished neighborhoods" didn't manifest out of the ground: at one point a need arose for houses to be built and an economy to flourish, which quickly dissipated as the racial character of the neighborhood went from white to black. 

Let's take a quick look a few of the 43 black homicide victims from July of 2015 in Baltimore and see if we can't judge by the content of their character... [45 murders in 31 days : The victims of July violence , Baltimore Sun, August 29, 2015]:

  • Nathaniel Wheeler 31-year-old, African-American, male. Killed by shooting, 7/2/15 1:41 PM, 2700 Auchentoroly Terrace. Nathaniel Wheeler was shot multiple times while working on a construction site in West Baltimore on July 2, the day after his birthday. Tavon Wheeler said his brother’s death makes him one of just a few men in his family who are not incarcerated or dead. “I’ve lost a lot to these streets,” he said. “I’ve been shot on these streets; my brother’s been shot on these streets; my father’s died on the street, hit by a car when he was 28; my brother got hit by a car, died when he was 9; my grandfather died in the street to overdose.
  • Lamont Randall 39-year-old, African-American, male. Killed by shooting, 7/7/15 10:37 PM, 900 W Fayette. Nicole Jones-Randall, 37, said her husband was a devoted family man. They shared seven sons and four grandchildren, whom he frequently posted about on Facebook. His Facebook photos include those of his family and of his tattoos, one of which read “Death before dishonor” across his chest. Jones-Randall said that Randall, who would have turned 40 on Aug. 18 “wasn’t an angel.” Court records show several convictions resulting in prison time. But Jones-Randall said that he used his experiences to impart wisdom on his children. 
  • Shyteak Lawrence 25-year-old, African-American, male. Killed by shooting, 7/19/15 9:30 PM, 1100 N Longwood St. Shyteak Lawrence Jr. was a friend of Freddie Gray, and was “really hurt” by his death in April, he told a news service affiliated with the Nation of Islam. “I’m terrified to walk out here, not because of the men on the corner,” he told The Final Call newspaper. “It’s because of the officers.” Less than three months later, Lawrence himself was shot dead. His alleged killer was his girlfriend’s former boyfriend, according to court records. The killing came after an argument turned physical, records state, In a recent interview, Lawrence’s mother said she knows little about the case. 
  •  Clerow Myers III 23-year-old, African-American, male. Killed by stabbing, 7/23/15 9:22 PM, 4000 Glengyle Ave. Clerow Myers III’s family takes umbrage at the suggestion from police that he died over a $3 dispute. They say the deadly encounter began when Myers and another man argued over money for a hotel room, but escalated when the man threatened Myers’ girlfriend and his 15-year-old brother with a knife. When Myers found out, he fought the man, who later returned and killed him, relatives said. Police said at the time the dispute was over $3 in change left over from the hotel room rental. Clerow Myers Jr. said he taught his children to stick up for one another, but that didn’t make his son’s death any less heartbreaking. “I’m hurt that he’s gone, but I’m also proud because he did exactly what I taught him to do.” Witnesses identified Ta-von Marrell Harris, 35, as the suspect, and police have charged him in the slaying.
  • Donte Dixon Jr. 29-year-old, African-American, male. Killed by shooting, 7/31/15 12:00 AM, 4500 Edmondson Ave. Donte Dixon Jr., was a popular Baltimore-area rapper, whose lyrics often depicted the troubles of growing up in a violent city. “You don’t grind, you don’t shine, that’s the motto where I’m from. … Make my local police salary in less than a month, that’s the reason they harassing me to put me in those cuffs,” he rapped in one song. Dixon, who went by the name G-Rock, fell in love with rap music at an early age, relatives said. He was part of a rap group called Teflon Dons. “He was an outgoing person, fun,” said James Jones, a friend. “A lot of people loved him. He was a good guy. He didn’t start no trouble. He tried to stay away from stuff like that.”
By my count, at least four aspiring rappers were among the 43 black homicide victims in Baltimore during the month of July in 2015; few of the homicides have a connection to gang activity, with most occurring over something as seemingly insignificant as a $3 debt. 

These 43 black homicide victims' (all murdered by other black people, with none involving a police officer as a suspect) - as well as the Indian immigrant gunned down by the black suspect - lives represent exactly why these neighborhoods are "impoverished." 

The life each of them led directly correlates to the blight, ruin, and complete collapse of the morality and social capital once keeping the community together (and enabling it to be built) when white people called these parts of Baltimore home. 

We have been so careless as to allow the worst of our population to breed. The end result of this disastrous decision does not come without consequence: we call it Baltimore in 2015. 

Sunday, August 30, 2015

"Wrong Hood, Bitch": Black People in Milwaukee Continue to Colonize the City for Africans

Without a black population, largely black immigrants from Chicago attracted to the city by liberal social welfare programs, Milwaukee would have maybe one or two homicides a year (both committed by a mentally unstable white person who will garner NO sympathy within the white community) and perhaps 10 nonfatal shootings in a year. 

Courtesy of a black population, Milwaukee is one of America's most dangerous cities. [How could this happen? No easy answers to Milwaukee's spiraling violence, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, April 19, 2015]:
White man... either wake up or stay down for good

A man is shot dead after accidentally crushing a toddler with his van; in the gunfire, the toddler's teenage brother suffers fatal injuries. A 17-year-old girl is slain by an errant bullet after two other girls in an argument call their boyfriends for backup. A 4-year-old girl is wounded after 13 bullets rip through her home. 
Dozens of violent incidents so far this year have left at least 43 dead, and the number may already be higher, with police investigating the deaths of two people Friday as possible homicide by arson. 
The questions abound. What were they thinking? How could this happen? Who is to blame? And most important: What can be done? 
Meaningful answers are another matter. 
"Simple answers to complex questions are almost always wrong," said Joel Dvoskin, an assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Arizona. 
In Milwaukee, about 80% of homicide suspects and 80% of victims are African-American. 
Kwabena Antoine Nixon, a poet, educator and co-founder of Flood the Hood with Dreams, regularly works to help empower young minority boys within their neighborhoods and schools. 
In one activity, Nixon calls two teens to the front of the room and asks them when each had his first fight. The answer is usually at age 4 or 5. 
What did the other person look like? Nixon asks next.  
The teens' answer: black. 
What about the second fight? The third? Black. And black again. 
The room usually falls silent when Nixon makes his final point: When fights in their neighborhoods escalate, they're only hurting each other. 
Some of the young men, Nixon said, have never been taught alternatives to violence."If you don't know any better, you can't do any better," he said. 
Adults must also take responsibility for improving their neighborhoods, in Nixon's view
"We have in our community a savior complex, that someone's going to come through and fix it all, and because we believe somebody might come through and fix it all, there's no self-accountability," he said. "You have to take some responsibility for yourself."
The question isn't complex and the answer is undeniably simple: Milwaukee has a violence problem because individual black people collectively engage in a violence acts the white community refrains from participating in (the mid-year Milwaukee Homicide Review report for 2015 is mandatory reading for understanding the niggardly few contributions of white people to the violence in the city). 

But with the rise in black violence comes the truth few white people dare confront: black criminality and the complete breakdown in law and order (as well as the collapse in property values and the food desertization which follows) is a form of open warfare against the civilization white people create. 

Which bring us to the "Wrong hood, bitch!" moment, where a black female and black male viciously beat a white woman in Milwaukee. [Disturbing video shows woman being punched, stomped on outside north side gas station,, August 27, 2015]:
A confrontation outside a Milwaukee gas station turns violent and the disturbing video has surfaced online. The incident happened last week outside of a north side gas station. One community activist says it is important to see the reality in some parts of Milwaukee and make sure there is change. 
Near Locust and Teutonia, a woman is punched and kicked by two people while others stand around filming the whole thing. 
“To see that actually all go down actually made me feel sorry. This is a human issue,” said Community Activist, Tory Lowe. 
Community Activist Tory Lowe says the video, though disturbing, is necessary to watch. 
“What we could learn from it is what not to do. How not to address issues, how to see what it shouldn’t look like,” said Lowe. 
The video has been shared across social media and beyond city limits. 
“That doesn’t represent the good people of the city of Milwaukee,” said Lowe. 
The incident happened last Tuesday, August 18th. The victim has not come forward and the attackers have not been identified.
No, this act does represent the people of the city of Milwaukee: the black people.

The correlation to the Africanization of Nordic/Western Europeans countries by mass immigration and the complete destruction of the largely Germanic-in origin city of Milwaukee should be sad to only those without a knowledge of the suicidal vise white guilt has the white mind.

Friday, August 28, 2015

Katrina Turns 10: "The Walking Dead" Came to Life...

PK Note: So this is one of the happiest times of my life, but one where I feel a great opportunity was missed. If you search through the SBPDL archives, you'll find some of the most insightful research available on Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans and the racial history of New Orleans (hint: without its black population, New Orleans would have maybe 2 homicides a year and 3 nonfatal shootings). 

My goal is to get the Hurricane Katrina/NOLA racial history book out by November. For all those wondering how you can fight back against Black-Run America (BRA), it's simple: have kids. 

My wife has asked me simply this: with a baby PK, please consider making that $25 or greater donation (to get your signed copy of Bell Curve City), but also to help the Kersey grow by more!

I've long wanted to write a zombie/post-apocalyptic novel where the real enemy were those who dared deem the zombies a threat, with a Zombie Rights Center (ZRC) growing in power to fight the urge to kill the undead.

Civilization might be on the verge of collapse, but the ZRC stands athwart any move or legislation that would actually deem the zombies the true threat and cause of societal collapse.

A metaphor, if you will...

Zombies have rights too!

In 2009, The Nation put out a strange piece titled "Katrina's Hidden Race War."

CNN produced a glowing segment on this piece, which proves the idea of the ZRC a truth far stranger than fiction could ever provide.


Thursday, August 27, 2015

Katrina Turns 10: Your Most Enduring Memory of Watching Black People Riot/Loot/Demand Help in Aftermath of Hurricane

PK Note: Laptop crashed, so this one has to be done on an old desktop computer. We'll keep it simple.

The question is simple: what do you remember most about Hurricane Katrina and it's aftermath. What is the one story, the one video, or the one image that sticks out most in your mind?
A glimpse of the Day the EBT Card Runs Out

I love the city of New Orleans and believe the city teeters on the verge of Haiti yet bursting with the civility and culture only the French can cultivate.

To me, the most enduring moment of Hurricane Katrina came five years after the waters had receded and black refugees from New Orleans had helped spread crime to cities like Houston, Atlanta, and Baton Rouge: when George W. Bush admitted the low point of his presidency was being called a racist by Kanye West (not, you know, 9/11...).

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

President Obama, will you be singing "Amazing Grace" at the Funerals of Alison Parker and Adam Ward?

Some race-based executions are more equal than others, right President Obama?

One of the most chilling photos you'll ever see, made all the more frightening it's a still from a video of a black-on-white execution
Welcome to America, 2015... a nation teetering on the verge of the Raw EcaR.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

To be a White Person in the SuperDome in New Orleans in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina..

PK Note: Being a new dad can be tough. We'll be back to normal soon. Promise. 

With the 10th Anniversary of unnatural disaster of black savagery being exposed in New Orleans by the natural disaster of Hurricane Katrina approaching, I had hoped to finish a book on the subject and the racial history of The Big Easy.
The horrors for white people found in the SuperDome during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina matched its facade

If you've ever been to Key West, Florida, you'll have experienced the type of city New Orleans could be were it not for the black population found there (it's rare to see a police officer in Key West, when it's shocking to not encounter a police officer every five feet in New Orleans).

To me, the widespread availability of camera phones, Twitter, and Facebook now would have been truly advantageous for exposing the truth of black depravity (more so than World Star Hip Hop now) had this technology/social media been in place in late August/September of 2005.

Though it was a few years away from transforming the dissemination of news/reality, Hurricane Katrina did blow a potent wind upon those hoping to cover unpleasant racial realities in New Orleans.

No horror, save for that experienced by the French slaughtered by the black uprising in San Domingo, can match what those white people trapped in the SuperDome experienced during Hurricane Katrina... courtesy of blacks. [Blacks Turn On Whites In New Orleans Superdome,, September 2, 2005]:

An Australian newspaper reports on black crime against Australians in the Superdome motivated by racial differences.
Brisbane's John McNeil, 22, told his family he'd witnessed murders, rapes and stabbings, and feared he would be killed.
Mr McNeil's father, Peter, said his son was with about 60 other foreign tourists who had fled the Superdome.
"They couldn't stay another night, the situation was so bad," he said.
"People were just staring at them and making suggestions that they were going to kill them."John's sister Susie said he saw shocking acts of violence amid fierce racial tension in the Superdome.
"It's turned into a black against white thing," she said. "My brother has witnessed murders, stabbings, rapes . . . it's like a Third World country."
The BBC similarly reports that British whites in the Superdome are being targetted for violence by blacks.
"Then last night our mother got a call saying the situation had deteriorated.
"He witnessed a good deal of violence, with scuffles going on and people breaking things.
"The National Guard moved them out into the basketball stadium next door where the very sick were being held.

Have any American media outlets reported about the racially motivated attacks on whites by blacks in New Orleans? Or is the taboo so strong in America that only foreign news services will mention it?
Update: The British wire service Reuters also reports on black hostility toward whites in New Orleans.
Valenti and her husband, two of very few white people in the almost exclusively black refugee camp, said she and other whites were threatened with murder on Thursday. 
"They hated us. Four young black men told us the buses were going to come last night and pick up the elderly so they were going to kill us," she said, 
sobbing. "They were plotting to murder us and then they sent the buses away because we would all be killed if the buses came -- that's what the people in charge told us this morning." 
Other survivors recounted horrific cases of sexual assault and murder. 
"The group really feared for their safety because they were being targeted because they were the only white people there.
"The National Guard moved them out into the basketball stadium next door where the very sick were being held.
The truth of what actually happened in the SuperDome after the law and order established by white civilization broken down in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans is still only the stuff of legend.

So, for the 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, SBPDL invites anyone who lived through Katrina in New Orleans to come forward with their story. Tell it in exacting detail.

Tell the world what you experienced.

Because the only certainty in these uncertain times is that the lawlessness and African-style anarchy on display in Hurricane Katrina-ravaged New Orleans will happen again.

Monday, August 24, 2015

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World

For 39 of the past 47 years, a Republican has been the mayor of Indianapolis. No matter the purported "conservative" rule, black violence in the city is on par with that found in Baltimore and St. Louis. 

It should go without saying, but without a black population, Indianapolis would be violent crime free.[City leader pushing for stop and frisk searches in Indy,, August 24, 2015]:

Back in 2013, a federal judge ruled that New York Police Department’s stop and frisk search tactic was unconstitutional. 
The policy then allowed officers to stop and question, and even search people for guns. Those against the tactic believed the stops were not based on reasonable suspicion of criminal activity. 
Despite frustration over the policy, a New York report pointed out that 24 percent of those stopped and frisked were arrested for a violation. 
Protestors in New York marched the streets until the searches were deemed unconstitutional. 
Rev. Charles Harrison, with the Ten Point Coalition, is pushing for a policy similar to NYPD’s stop and frisk search tactics here in Indianapolis. Harrison’s push comes after a violent weekend where a mother and father were killed after 45 shots were fired at a gas station. 
Harrison’s frustration boils over after learning, the suspect in the murder of 16-year-old Jaylen Johnson, last week is a teenager as well 16-year-old himself. 
Harrison was aware that he will receive the criticism that stop and frisk search tactics have received in the past. He also acknowledged that some are concerned that the policy will give officers the freedom to practice racial profiling. He doesn’t agree with that notion. 
“The police are going to racial profile our kids,” said Harrison. “These are the same kids that are killing one another. Where are your voices then? These are the same kids,” said Harrison. 
According to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department there have been 84 homicides to date. Last year at this time, there were 88 reported murders.
You have to wonder this one, simple fact: what would the real estate value in major metropolitan areas be in places like St. Louis, Baltimore, and Indianapolis if the black population there wasn't repelling civilization?

Something tells me Donald Trump has thought this very fact once or twice in his life.

Sunday, August 23, 2015

When the Broken Windows Policing Theory runs into the Broken City Theory (where policing is impossible)...

PK Note: Back to full strength tomorrow!

Would a "police state" be necessary if Baltimore wasn't 65 percent black? [Arrests for minor crimes spur resentment in some Baltimore neighborhoods, Baltimore Sun, August 23, 2015]:

 For Tayvon Wiggins, applying for a job brings almost certain disappointment. "I go through the interview process, but as soon as they check my background, I can't pass it," the West Baltimore man said. 
He has been convicted of minor traffic violations but believes the real problem stems from other arrests that remain on his record even though they were never prosecuted. 
Wiggins, who has been working odd jobs as he moves to get those records expunged, illustrates the frustration felt by some Baltimoreans who have trouble finding employment because of arrests, including those for minor charges such as trespassing. 
The issue, which has sparked resentment in West Baltimore and other neighborhoods for years, has received new attention in the aftermath of Freddie Gray's death. 
State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby contends that Gray, who sustained a fatal spinal injury while in police custody, was arrested illegally because officers patrolling in West Baltimore failed to establish probable cause. 
He was detained near the corner of North Avenue and Mount Street a month after Mosby asked police for enhanced drug enforcement in that area. 
Some residents complain that "clearing the corner" — a practice of making arrests on minor offenses to disperse people in drug-infested areas or to investigate more serious crimes — is a law enforcement strategy that continues to harm residents and has contributed to a distrust of police. 
Though charges are often dropped by prosecutors, the arrests can remain on records for years. That has helped to drive up the number of statewide expungements, as Marylanders try to cleanse records that may be reviewed by potential employers. 
Baltimore police counter that they have abandoned the zero-tolerance strategy that led to mass arrests — and a 2006 lawsuit by the NAACP and the American Civil Liberties Union. Statistics bear out that assertion. 
The number of arrests for minor crimes such as failure to obey, loitering and disorderly conduct has dropped significantly across Baltimore — from 5,401 in 2005 to 2,016 last year. 
There are also fewer cases in which police make arrests only to see prosecutors release them without charges; there were 10,844 such cases in 2009 and 956 last year. Baltimore police are now targeting the "worst of the worst," said Col. Darryl DeSousa, who until recently headed the patrol division. 
Minor nuisance offenses are increasingly addressed with citations rather than arrests, he said. Still, many Baltimoreans complain that police continue to enforce nuisance laws unfairly. Although police officials have disavowed the mass-arrest strategy, African-Americans are still being arrested disproportionately for minor crimes, according to a Baltimore Sun analysis of city data. 
Blacks make up 64 percent of the city's population but accounted for 93 percent of loitering arrests and 84 percent of trespass arrests in 2014. 
"The reason why the arrest disparity is so high is that police are posted all over in our neighborhoods," said the Rev. Cortly "C.D." Witherspoon, a West Baltimore clergyman and president of the local chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. "It's like a police state." 
Police experts note that some neighborhoods, including parts of West Baltimore, have a greater police presence because that is where homicides, shootings and other major crimes are concentrated. 
This year, as the city experiences a spike in homicides — already surpassing the total for 2014 — most of the killings have occurred in impoverished sections of East and West Baltimore.
Broken Windows Policing in Baltimore is impossible because the 65 percent black city is a broken city: where violent and petty crimes are almost entirely committed by the black majority, and the almost entirely black elected (or appointed) government/bureaucracy will continue to stay in power as long as this black crime - and fear of black crime - keeps the city from being gentrified.

Trespassing is not a minor offense: it's the type of crime driving down property values and keeping businesses from investing in a city.

It's the toleration of this type of crime - and persecution of the police who falsely believe they uphold the white man's law and not the Africanization of the city - ensuring Baltimore remains a broken city.

Friday, August 21, 2015

On a long enough time line, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero

Who would have ever thought a piece like this would EVER be published by a major news site (the CBS affiliate in St. Louis)? [Ferguson-area lawmakers on the reaction to girl’s murder vs. police shootings,, August 20, 2015]:
A Ferguson area lawmaker said she is just as outraged about the murder of 9-year-old Jamyla Bolden as she is about fatal officer-involved shootings. 
“At the end of the day, we want to catch those animals and bring them to justice,” said Missouri State Senator Jamilah Nasheed. 
Nasheed’s comments came after some observers said community members are only angry after officer-involved shootings but not after other shootings. Nasheed said that viewpoint demonstrates a perception problem. 
“We do have a perception problem when outsiders look at reaction of African Americans when you have an officer-involved shooting vs. a black on black shooting,” Nasheed said. “We just finished a march about stopping violence. We did it last weekend, so it’s not like people don’t care.” 
Nasheed said it is more difficult to demonstrate against street crime because it is hard to define the object of the rage, but police-involved shootings are more easily defined. 
Nasheed told News 4 she is urging all demonstrations to stay peaceful. 
“Some will listen and some won’t because you have some who really want to wreak havoc in the community but for those who are listening, please do the right thing and let’s work for justice for the 9-year-old. Let’s fight for peace in the City of St. Louis,” Nasheed said. 
Another Ferguson area state senator, Maria Chapelle-Nadal, who has been very vocal about police shootings, said she has been reflecting since Bolden was shot. 
“It is important for me to communicate with the people that live in this region that if we care truly about black lives, we will be willing to diversify the movement. It’s okay to protest against police brutality, but it is also okay and admirable to fight for children’s lives, especially when they are taken far too soon,” Chapelle-Nadal said. 
Nasheed said she believes body cameras will end or reduce protests over police brutality because the public will get to see exactly what happened in an officer-involved shooting. 
Chapelle-Nadal said her main focus is on improving job and educational opportunities for African Americans.
No tears and no marches for a black nine-year-old gunned down (drive by shooting) in her own home in Ferguson

Black-Run America (BRA) will end.

It will end so fast and suddenly, most people will lack the vocabulary for articulating what exactly kept them from breaking free.

But it's a story like this acting as the water freezing in the rock, ultimately breaking it apart.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Are you gonna do something? Or just stand there and bleed?

It's a headline that should send chills down your spine. [Atlanta home invasion: ‘Please don’t shoot, I have a little baby’,, August 19, 2015]:
Michael Lash knew he had a broken leg and he couldn’t feel his other foot. One bullet had gone in the front of his thigh and out the back. 
Four blacks participated in home invasion of the Lash's in Atlanta
While trying to protect his wife and two young children, the northwest Atlanta father was shot in both legs Sunday evening, the beginning of a few terrifying moments for the family. As Lash was recovering Tuesday, Atlanta police were investigating the home invasion, hopeful that security cameras on neighboring homes and evidence left behind would help identify the suspects. 
The Lash family had just returned to their Sumter Street home from vacation Sunday night when two male teenagers approached Lash on his front porch, witnesses told police. The teens — one in a yellow shirt, the other in a red one — asked if they could borrow a jack for their car and tried to force their way inside as two other teens stood across the street, police said. 
When Lash tried to close the door, he was shot by the teen in yellow, who had a short afro and tattoos and piercings on his face, Lash was able to tell witnesses and police. 
Inside the home, Lash’s wife, Whitney, heard the shots, grabbed the couple’s 6-month-old daughter and ran toward the back door, her mother, Jessica Huffman, told Channel 2 Action News. Whitney Lash called 911, and in a hushed voice, told the operator her husband had been shot. 
“I just ran outside with my baby,” the mother said in the 911 call. 
The suspects fired two shots at the mother, but missed her as she ran out the back door and to a nearby home for help. 
“He followed her and caught up with her at the gate and she turned around and said, ‘Please don’t shoot me, I have a little baby,’” Huffman said.
Michael and Whitney Lash, as well as their two young children, are white. 
"Please don't shoot me, I have a little baby": This is the child Whitney Lash referred to, only seconds before black males fired at her

The four "teens" who participated in the home invasion - including shooting Michael in both legs and then shooting at his wife as she held their young child - are all black. 

The absolutely haunting 911 call, where Whitney reveals the attackers are black, can be heard here. [911 calls released in violent home invasion, shooting,, August 18, 2015]:

    What's going on? Tell me what you see,” the 911 operator said. “I just ran outside with my baby. There's a black young man at the front door. He just pulled a gun on my husband,” Lash said. That was the call Lash made the moment police say a group of teenagers busted in through their northwest Atlanta front door and shot her husband Mike in the leg. Investigators say the teens were there to rob the Lashes as they returned home from vacation. As they forced their way in, they shot Mike Lash then chased Whitney out the back door as she carried her 6-month-old daughter. Police say they even fired shots at her.

    Pure, unadulterated evil. 

    But it's what you learn about the Lash's that leaves you puzzled, and completely saddened for a people under continued assault across not just Atlanta, but all of America. 

    Michael's mother-in-law expressed sadness for the black home invaders, who shot at her daughter and granddaughter after shooting him

    “I just hate it for those young boys that they're doing this to their life, but if they’ve done it once I think they'll do it again,” [Jessica] Huffman said.
    But it's what Michael did after he was shot - and his family's life was still at stake - that shows Lawrence Auster's concept of the Eloi and the Morlock's (a reference to The Time Machine) is 100 percent dead-on. [Atlanta father shot during violent home invasion quoted scripture,, August 19, 2015]:
    The northwest Atlanta father shot in both legs during a home invasion remained hospitalized Wednesday morning following surgery to insert a rod from his knee to his hip, Michael Lash’s wife said. 
    In a post on an online fundraising page for the family, Whitney Lash said her husband doesn’t have feeling in his foot, but doctors are hopeful physical therapy will help him regain sensation. 
    Still, it was her husband’s words after being shot that Whitney Lash said are helping the family through the ordeal. Her husband was praying, citing one specific verse from Luke 23. 
    “Forgive them Father, they know not what they have done,” Michael Lash said, according to his wife. 
    “His immediate grace and forgiveness for others in the midst of life and death is a constant reminder for me as I feel anger trying to creep in,” Whitney Lash posted online. 
    Anger is the right emotion, considering four black people just shot your husband and then fired bullets at your young child.

    Turning the other cheek means the bleeding won't stop until you're dead.

     Eloi indeed.

    Tuesday, August 18, 2015

    Only Possible Because of Black Criminals: "A 93-year-old Tuskegee Airman was robbed twice today [in St. Louis]..."

    Back in 2013, one of the highly respected members of the segregated Tuskegee Airmen (recall: after the desegregation in the military, blacks can no longer compete, ranking high enough in flight school to be competitive and earn their wings) was carjacked by four blacks - who called him n.i.g.g.e.r. - in 83 percent black Detroit. [Four teens charged in Detroit carjacking of 88-year-old Tuskegee airman, Detroit News, 3-4-13]:
     As he stared down the barrel of a nickel-plated pistol wielded by a teenaged gunman demanding the keys to his Jeep, Jesse Rutledge said an odd thought entered his mind: 
    "I'm thinking, 'This kid is so little; how's he going to see over the steering wheel?'" said the 88-year-old former Tuskegee Airman who flew bombing missions over Japan in World War II. 
    That initial thought was replaced by fear, said Rutledge, who was carjacked by four youths as he left a barber shop near Harper and Van Dyke at about 4 p.m. Saturday. 
    What's this left out is the following: it was two separate incidents, and the 'hero' was humiliated by fellow black people in St. Louis...
    "Yeah, I was scared." Rutledge, a former gunner on a B-25 bomber, shook his head. "I'm 80-something years old and I still got to fight out here." 
    Police arrested the alleged robbers — ages 13, 14, 15 and 16 — the next day. 
    The day of the incident started out like many Saturdays for Rutledge: He drove his 1999 Jeep Cherokee to the Sportzone Barber Shop not far from his home. 
    "I like to go down and see my buddies in the barber shop, and watch TV for awhile," he said. "I left the shop and was walking toward my Jeep, when these kids came out of this abandoned house and walked straight toward me like they know me or something. 
    "The littlest one had the gun and he did all the talking. He said, 'Give me your keys.' I was slow getting the keys and this kid racks his gun and tells me, 'You don't think I'll shoot you, do you (expletive)?' Where would someone that young get a gun like that?" 
    Rutledge, an Alabama native who heard the same racial epithet many times growing up in the Deep South and while serving in the military, said it was disconcerting to have an African-American youth call him that while leveling a pistol at him. 
    "I don't know what's wrong with these kids," he said. "When I was that age, I was working a mule, plowing fields. These kids have no home-training, I guess."
    Well, now add St. Louis to the cities in America where former members of the Tuskegee Airmen have been robbed and carjacked (by fellow blacks). [ Elderly Tuskegee Airman has car and cash stolen while lost in St. Louis,, August 17, 2015]:
    A 93-year-old Tuskegee Airman had his car stolen and was robbed in two separate incidents on Sunday night.  The robbery happened Sunday at McPherson and Sarah in North St. Louis. 
    Police say the victim got lost while driving to his daughter’s home Sunday at around 11:30am. The 93-year-old man pulled over to call his daughter. A man approached and entered the victim’s vehicle. The suspect took cash from the victim’s pant pocket. Then the suspect then got into another vehicle and left the scene. The victim lost sight of the older model black four door vehicle near the intersection of Walton and Page. 
    The victim drove to the intersection of Walton and Page. The elderly man got out of his car and asked two black males for help. They got into his car and drove away.
    No word on if the two black males called the 93-year-old Tuskegee Airman a n.i.g.g.e.r. as they drove off in his car...

    If you find this story (and the one from only two year ago in Detroit) absolutely hilarious, you might be guilty totally understanding the St. Louis of pre-World War II America was a better place than the one existing now.

    Monday, August 17, 2015

    The Joy of Martin Luther King High School in New Orleans...

    If you didn't know the school was the Martin Luther King Jr. High School, located in the Lower 9th Ward in New Orleans, this story wouldn't be so funny. 

    But you do know its name... [School to reopen Monday after copper wire theft,, August 16, 2015]:

    Students at Martin Luther King Jr. Charter School in the Lower Ninth Ward will finally be able to head back to school Monday.
    Classes were supposed to start last week, but thieves stole all of the copper wiring in the building. The thieves also pulled out of every bit of wire from PVC conduit on the property. Repairs were estimated at $10,000.
    Electricians say they've made replacements using aluminum wiring in hopes of deterring people from stealing again.
    Students will have to make up the week they lost later in the school year.
    Forgot: as long as the paradigm of Black-Run America (BRA) continues, the joke is still on us.


    Sunday, August 16, 2015

    Hours After "Mothers Against Killing" March in St. Louis Ends, a Homicide Occurs Right Where the March Finished...

    So on August 15th, hundreds of black women gathered to march against violence in St. Louis. [Man killed where ‘End Violence’ march concluded,, August 15, 2015]:
    Hundreds gathered at Fairground Park on Saturday in order to make a difference in St. Louis and stop the violence. 
    “Mothers Against Killing” is all part of an effort to help families whose lives have been impacted by violence. 
    “I think they’ll see our pain,” said Alberta Smith, one of the mothers at the event. 
    “They’ll see the hurt these mothers experience when losing their children.” And she’s not the only one. Mothers across the St. Louis area are uniting to say enough is enough. 
    “Mothers set the tone,” said Karen Chaney, another mother at the event. “Our children are watching us so we need mothers to be mothers again.” Chaney has a 19-year-old son and says the solution to a safer city is more boots on the ground and talking about ways to make a difference.
    Nice enough goal: black women marching against the very violence they've bred into existence (think about it: it's these black women who have brought forth the sons and daughters contributing to the violence in St. Louis). 

    But it does get better. [Man found fatally shot near St. Louis park, hours after anti-violence march ended there, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, August 16, 2015]:
    A man was found fatally shot near a St. Louis park Saturday night, hours after a "Stop the Violence" march ended at the park. 
    The man was found shot in the head and torso at 21st Street and St. Louis Avenue, near Rauschenbach Park, shortly before 9 p.m. Saturday. He was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. 
    Earlier in the day, several hundred people marched from Fairgrounds Park to Rauschenbach Park ito draw attention to killings throughout the city and call for an end to the violence. Family members of murder victims were among those who marched. 
    The death of the man found Saturday night is at least the 127th homicide in St. Louis this year. There were 159 in all of 2014.
    How many homicides (or nonfatal shootings) would St. Louis have in a year if there was no black population?

    Virtually none, but that should be obvious: after all, how many white women were walking in the "Mothers Against Killing" in St. Louis on August 15 (well, besides those who birth black children)?

    Saturday, August 15, 2015

    In October 2014, 10.5 percent of the population of Baltimore signed up for the chance to win a spot on the Section 8 WAITING LIST...

    Remember Homicide Vehicle the Baltimore Police have been dispatching to locations around the city where a homicide has just occurred? 

    You remember, right? It's got Sherlock Holmes (Homey?) painted on the side, and has the one objective of trying to get people to talk to police/detectives so the murder can be solved? [City police encourage tips with new vehicle, Baltimore Sun, June 30, 2015]

    It's not working... [Baltimore police and prosecutors struggle with witness cooperation, Baltimore Sun, August 8, 2015]
    You also might be aware of the Freddie Gray 'Crash for Cash' scam the honorable Marilyn Mosby has tried to keep hidden... [Defense claims Freddie Gray had history of 'crash for cash' schemes, CNN, August 6, 2015]

    Oh, but it gets better. [Housing chief suggests mothers may deliberately expose children to lead, Baltimore Sun, August 15, 2015]:

     Gov. Larry Hogan's top housing official said Friday that he wants to look at loosening state lead paint poisoning laws, saying they could motivate a mother to deliberately poison her child to obtain free housing. 
    Kenneth C. Holt, secretary of Housing, Community and Development, told an audience at the Maryland Association of Counties summer convention here that a mother could just put a lead fishing weight in her child's mouth, then take the child in for testing and a landlord would be liable for providing the child with housing until the age of 18. 
    Pressed afterward, Holt said he had no evidence of this happening but said a developer had told him it was possible. "This is an anecdotal story that was described to me as something that could possibly happen," Holt said.
    Anything is possible in 65% black Baltimore, a city where the sociopathic nature of blacks is on display by their desire to PROTECT the very black criminals shooting and killing their fellow members of the community because of some perverse desire to participate in the STOP SNITCHING campaign...

    Recall that in 2009, 32 percent of all black people in Baltimore were using EBT card/Food stamps (compared to 8 percent of whites).

    You might also remember Baltimore received $1.8 billion in stimulus money from the Obama Administration. [Baltimore Received $1.8 Billion from Obama’s Stimulus Law: City burned despite ‘massive investment’ implemented by president, Washington Free Beacon, 5-4-15]

    Why are these stats important? 

    Because in 2014, more than 10 percent of the city signed up for the opportunity to be randomly selected for a spot on the Section 8 voucher waiting list in Baltimore. 

    Ten percent of the city, with many of the mothers hoping and praying to the "Freddie Gray Lead Paint Lottery." [Thousands sign up as city's Section 8 wait list opens for first time in a decade, Baltimore Sun, October 27, 2014]:

     Eight months pregnant and living in a West Baltimore emergency shelter, Juliet Vega and her little girls have moved three times in as many months. 
    Now, the young mother sees opportunity in the city's first housing lottery in a decade. She's not alone. In less than a week, more than 58,000 people have signed up for a chance to be randomly selected for a spot on the Housing Authority of Baltimore City's Section 8 wait list. 
    Only 25,000 will be chosen, and then only 6,000 to 9,000 are expected to receive one of the housing vouchers. The nine-day, online only sign-up period ends Thursday. Then, the wait list will close for another six years. 
    The intense interest not only underscores a pent-up demand but the acute need for low-income housing in Baltimore. 
    City officials said they are trying to make the process fair and expedient, and to provide housing to as many residents as possible under a federal program that has limited funding. 
    Despite the odds, the chance to just sign up for the wait list fills Vega, 23, with hope. She and her two daughters moved into Sarah's Hope about a month ago after she could no longer afford her rent in Orlando, Fla. 
    She temporarily moved into a friend's house and then came to Baltimore, but she said her new home was infested with bugs and that she worried about the wellbeing of her children there. 
    "That's exactly what I need," said Vega, who has a son due at Christmastime. "I'm trying to find housing wherever possible. My dream is to have my kids call a place their home. I don't want them to be in the same situation I was in, in foster care all of my life." 
    The vouchers cover the portion of rent that exceeds 30 percent of a household's income, and let residents choose the apartment or house to rent, subject to a cap. 
    In Baltimore, the cap is about $900 for a one-bedroom apartment. The housing authority gives out roughly 1,000 to 1,500 vouchers a year. Nearly 10,000 people applied for a voucher in the first hour the list opened on Oct. 22. 
    The housing authority received more than 42,000 in the first 24 hours, and by Monday, that number had grown to more than 58,000. Anthony Scott, the housing authority's deputy executive director, anticipates many more families may sign up to compete for the lottery. 
    Applications, which are free, must be submitted on The city also is staffing five sites to help people sign up for the wait list. 
    Adam Schneider, director of community relations at Health Care for the Homeless, said Baltimore leaders need to develop a plan to meet the community's need and that housing should be considered a basic human right. 
    "This whole thing is so dystopian," Schneider said. "You can imagine Orwell writing about people in desperate need of some basic human need being prioritized and put on waiting lists, and that's our reality now. How disheartening. 
    "We should be ashamed and we should act to change." Jeff Singer, who teaches at the University of Maryland School of Social Work, criticized the nine-day sign-up window and the online application requirement. 
    "It certainly disadvantages people with disabilities and people who are not wired, which also means poor folks and homeless folks," he said. 
    "They don't have the same access to the world wide web that the middle class and upper class has." 
    Singer also challenged the housing authority's decision to open help centers for just three of the nine days. Advocacy groups tried to fill the gap by providing volunteers at eight places over the duration of the sign-up period. 
    Scott said the housing authority believes nine days is "plenty of time" for residents to get to a computer and sign up for the wait list. 
    The agency designed the lottery process after analyzing the experiences in other cities, he said. Online applications, Scott said, ensure that residents can avoid long lines and the anxiety of a first-come, first-served process. All applications received during the nine-day period will have an equal shot at being selected for a spot on the list. 

     Yes, this whole thing is so dystopian, Mr. Adam Schneider, but not for the reasons you believe

    We have tried to believe the individual black people of Baltimore have the collective ability to sustain  the remnants of western civilization left behind (the buildings, houses, and infrastructure) when white people fled the city as black crime became too intolerable. 

    They don't, because of their genetic limitations. 

    It's that simple. 

    This is the reason Baltimore is a food desert. 

    This is the reason black mothers willingly poison their children to hit the "Freddie Gray Lead Paint Lottery."

    This is the reason corner stores in Baltimore have to rely so heavily on EBT card/Food Stamps as the primary source of sales.

    This is the reason 10 percent of the city applied for Section 8 Voucher Lottery in 2014... out of 621,210 people (65% of whom are black), 59,000 signed up for the lottery, where if they won they only were award a spot on the Section 8 waiting list...

    Ladies and gentlemen, the city of Baltimore has far bigger problems than a lack of reaction to the Homicide Vehicle...

    America is truly irredeemable... and that's not a bad thing. 

    Friday, August 14, 2015

    Baltimore Police and Federal Government Open a 24/7 "War Room" to Combat Black Crime: Exhibit A as to Why Planned Parenthood is Greatest Crime Fighter in America

    St. Louis has the Real Time Crime Center to try and combat black criminality, because black crime requires a police state response to try to contain.

    It's not working.

    Libertarians believe the growth in the police state will lead to a retraction of our rights and liberties (rights, of course, don't exist), never realizing it's actually the growth of the black population - and the corresponding increase in criminality accompany this demographic shift- that requires a police state response if civilization is going to survive.

    Well, feast your eyes on this. [In 'war room,' city police, feds work together to try to stop Baltimore violence, Baltimore Sun, August 12, 2015]: 
     At the head of Baltimore's "war room," Lt. Col. Sean Miller runs down a daily roll call of city police and federal agents, who give updates on phones being tapped, a cache of weapons stolen from a warehouse and a recent shooting on city streets. 
    The glass-door conference room on the third floor of police headquarters now serves as an all-inclusive intelligence and operations hub. Double-monitor computers sit on desks in the open-space office, with real-time CitiWatch camera footage displayed on flat-screen TVs and a city map of shootings and arrests. 
    Interim Police Commissioner Kevin Davis and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake created the war room last month as an "all-hands-on-deck" approach to address a spike in city homicides — the biggest on record — since the death of Freddie Gray, who suffered a severe spinal cord injury while in police custody. 
    The number of killings hit 200 this week, nearly four months earlier than last year. 
    The initiative brings together a cast of law enforcement that includes police as well as officials from the mayor's office, city and federal prosecutors, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Drug Enforcement Administration, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and U.S. Marshals Service. 
    The Wednesday afternoon meeting was briefly interrupted when Davis entered the war room and the 30 officers and agents stood to recognize the city's top cop. He addressed them, as he does each time he visits. "We've had a lot of good days, and some not-so-good days," he said. "We just have to string together some good days, and a lot of our good days start right here." 
    Then Miller, a former undercover narcotics officer and the war room's commander, continued down his list, taking notes as each agency provided updates on how it's responding to the city's violent crime. 
    A DEA agent reported that phone taps are being executed in South Baltimore to gather information on drug trafficking and gang violence. 
    An officer relayed that an informant had passed along information about a possible retaliatory shooting planned on the west side, which has been particularly violent since Gray's death in April and subsequent unrest. Agents and detectives noted that 50 guns were stolen recently from the Northwest Baltimore warehouse of a former firearm licensee. 
    They said they're working on a detailed list of the missing weapons. One might have been found in a nearby home. "I want a list of every human being connected to that address," Miller responded. 
    The Secret Service reported that it's running financial information on family members of one particularly elusive East Baltimore suspect, wanted in at least three homicides. The war room combines intelligence gathering with operations and aims to that ensure that all the players are in sync, Miller said. 
    "Now it's a collaborative effort where everything is on the table, all the intelligence is shared across the board," he said. 
    "What used to take weeks or months now is taking days to formulate a plan, operationalize that plan, and put cops on the ground to attack it." Police have compiled a list of 238 "top trigger pullers," who police believe are responsible for most shootings in the city, Miller said. 
    About 25 to 30 "war board targets" are believed to be responsible for a string of retaliatory shootings between two to three groups on the city's east and west sides. Through efforts in the war room, about half have been arrested, Miller said, bringing that violence "to a screeching halt."
    Tell me again why there's any opposition to Planned Parenthood operating within the zip codes of once thriving [when they were majority white] now dying black cities like Baltimore?

    A 24/7 "War Room" was not necessary when Baltimore boasted a majority white population (which is almost the entirety of the city's history); a Real Time Crime Center was not necessary in St. Louis until black crime drove whites to the suburbs and a black-friendly government was thus elected to permanently protect black dysfunction and gentrification never occurs to demand better, more accountable government...

    Tell me again why Planned Parenthood is the villain in this story?