Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Officer Greg Alia: Third White Policeman Murdered by a Black Suspect in Past 33 Days

Joseph Cameron Ponder.

Officer Alia, who was murdered today by a black suspect, pictured with his young family

The type of men you want in your community, smiling as your drive by their house and see them cutting the grass or throwing a ball around with their children. 

White men, white policeman, whose seemingly insignificant individual lives collectively birthed a nation now teetering on the age of oblivion. 
The man who murdered Officer Alia is on the right

Both are dead, executed by black males (had the white cops survived and they had killed the black suspects, such ammunition would have only fueled the Black Lives Matter movement). 

Both Goforth and Ponder seemingly never existed, for the way they left the world has been all but forgotten: for they were executed by black males - one with connections to the Black Lives Matter movement - and their deaths are an inconvenient reminder white lives might matter too...

We must now add another name to Goforth and Ponder, with Greg Alia the third white police officer in less than 33 days killed by a black suspect. [Police officer dies in South Carolina mall shooting, Fox News, 9-30-15]:
A police officer responding to a report of a suspicious person was fatally shot at a suburban South Carolina mall on Wednesday, and police say a suspect is in custody. 
Officer Goforth... executed in late August 2015
The incident began when the report came in just before 8 a.m., Forest Acres police Chief Gene Sealy told reporters. Two officers responded and attempted to talk to the person, who fled on foot and ran through parts of Richland Mall, including the Barnes and Noble bookstore, officials said. 
Officer Greg Alia confronted the person, there was a struggle, and he was shot, Sealy said. 
He was taken to a hospital and later died, officials said. No other injuries were reported. 
Sealy said a suspect is in custody and is being questioned. Sealy described the man as being armed with a handgun and a knife at the mall. Police did not detail any charges against the man and did not take questions at their news conference. 
Officer Ponder, executed by a man who had attended Black Lives Matter rallies...
Sealy said Alia was 32 years old and a seven-year veteran of the department. He and his wife, Kassy, recently had a baby, Sealy said. 
Joan Woodward, 81, lived next door to the officer's parents and said she had known him since he was a baby. She said Wednesday afternoon that she'd just visited with his wife and baby. 
"She said she was so fortunate that she had him for that length of time," Woodward said. 
She remembered sneaking candy to the officer when he came to her door as a child, and she called him "a special human being.
"When my husband died eight years ago, he was so sweet," she said. "He came and sat with me. God always takes the angels." 
A GoFundMe page in support of Alia's family had raised more than $21,000 by midday Wednesday. It was set up by Patrick Walsh of Ruston, Louisiana, who said he and Alia were both members of the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity at the University of South Carolina.
Three white cops, murdered by black males in less than 33 days time...

It's quite simple: you can have civilization or you can have 2015 America.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Without a black population, New Orleans would be Key West: Black Crime Requiring Huge Security for Big Easy Restaurants

One of my most "liberal" (I don't really believe in the left/right paradigm anymore: either you understand race or you don't...) friends and I were in New Orleans not long ago, followed by a trip to Key West. 

I told him, "tell me what you notice about each place and what's the primary difference between NOLA and Key West?"

We went to NOLA first, and then after only a few hours in Key West not long after he looked at me, and begrudgingly said, "I don't see a cop anywhere, and in New Orleans you couldn't turn your head without seeing a cop."

Why might that be? 

The answer is quite simple: blacks. 

New Orleans has a surplus black population Hurricane Katrina tried to dump on cities like Atlanta and Houston; Key West's primary asset (New Orleans' liability) is a lack of blacks, meaning restaurants and businesses have little need for hiring security guards and installing expensive cameras to protect their merchandise, employees, and cash in the registers. 

With a huge black population, New Orleans is stressed financially to provide sufficient police coverage to protect tax-producing businesses from the criminality hovering around this racial group like the morning dew covering Dixie. 

Key West doesn't seem to have this problem, because it doesn't have blacks. 

So when you understand the reality of black criminality, you'll understand why restaurants in New Orleans are closing because of the out-of-control costs of security. [After Uptown robberies, restaurants struggle with security costs, NOLA, 9-29-15]:
The recent string of armed robberies at Uptown New Orleans restaurants and bars has many proprietors rethinking their security strategies, fearing theirs could be the next business targeted by masked gunmen. But there's only so much cash-strapped owners can do, said Amanda Toups of Toups Meatery. 
After robberies at Patois and Atchafalya, Toups' Mid-City restaurant changed the way it closes, locking the doors immediately after the last customer leaves. Employees also stopped counting the night's money at the bar. 
But beyond that, little can be done to stop armed criminals intent on robbing restaurants during dinner service, Toups said. A full-time security guard is one option, but for a business that operates on a narrow profit margin, such a solution would be cost-prohibitive, Toups said. 
"After Patois was robbed we had a woman call asking if we were going to have an armed guard that night," Toups said. "I said, 'No. But I have a big mean husband with a big mean knife.' So she said, 'Ok. See you at 7.'" 
"I don't know how I feel about hiring security, how our customers will feel when they walk in and see a guy with a gun standing at the door. It feels like we'd be giving in." 
The first of the Uptown robberies happened Aug. 20 at Patois, followed by Atchafalaya on Sept. 24 and Monkey Hill Bar four days later. Police haven't linked the three holdups, although they were all carried out in a similar fashion: Armed gunmen stormed into the business before closing, robbing the owners, employees and customers. 
For Ray Gruezke, owner of Rue 127 on North Carrollton Avenue, the crime spree brings back painful memories. Almost three years ago, two gunmen robbed his restaurant shortly before closing. They entered through a back door, threatened Gruezke with a gun and stole his computer and the night's revenue. 
The customers ran out the entrance before the robbers made it to the front of the restaurant, he said. The police never caught the suspects, despite witnesses providing the license plate number of the getaway car, said a frustrated Gruezke. 
After the robbery, he installed gates around the building, video cameras and a large safe and changed how employees handle cash at the end of the night. But like Toups, Gruezke said he couldn't afford to hire a security guard. 
"This really brings it all back. But you just have to keep going," Gruezke said. "When I was robbed, it was scary and you think about closing. But if you give in and change who you are and what you do, they've won. They got your money, and they've won." 
Mat and Nadie's, 937 Leonidas St., is one of the few restaurants that pays for an officer to keep watch over customers and employees on a nightly basis. 
Even though it costs close to $30,000 annually, times like these make it seem like a sound investment, owner Steve Schwarz said. 
"I could hire another cook and a half for that, but when you hear about all the stuff going on, we're happy we have it and our employees appreciate it," Schwarz said.

The cost of doing business in a city shouldn't be tolerating black criminality and hiring profit-decimating security guards just to provide security and safety for your employees, customers and ultimately, your investment.

One day, our children will look back on this time period and wonder why we spent so much time squabbling about silly partisan politics, when the only real problem was our inability to construct sound social policy based on the reality of race (discernible in every facet of life if you only dare notice). 

Monday, September 28, 2015

White U.S. Military Veteran Shot by Black Male After Leaving St. Louis Cardinals Game; Spine Severed, Paralyzed

Bell Curve City: St. Louis, Ferguson, and the Unmentionable Racial Realities That Shape Them tells the story of why St. Louis is now a city where the residents of the metro area must question if it's safe to visit. 

It also tells the story of how all of metro St. Louis will inevitably become as unsafe as downtown, courtesy of the redistribution of the individual blacks who collectively make the city unsafe to otherwise crime-free white suburbs via Section 8 housing. 
Chris Sanna (second from right) went a baseball game in St. Louis: courtesy of black male who tried to rob him after the game - instead, putting a bullet in his back - he never made it home

After all, this is what happened to Ferguson. 

Here's how one booster of the economic vitality found in St. Louis tells people they can stay when visiting the majority black city

If you live, visit or work downtown, Kelley says there are some things you can do to stay safe. 
· Stay alert· Walk in groups· Be aware of your surroundings 
You can also take advantage of the Downtown CID guides. The guides can give you directions and even walk you to your car, workplace, or home. 
Sundown laws, Jim Crow, whites-only restaurants/businesses, and restrictive covenants once worked to keep white people (and white civilization) safe from black criminality... which is EXACTLY why white people long ago decide to use the law to protect what they created and their posterity. 

Now, all one can say is stay alert, walk in groups, and be aware of your surroundings, without identify who to stay alert from, walk in groups to avoid, and why you must be aware of your surroundings... the reason, of course, is black people. 

And now a white United States Military veteran has been paralyzed in St. Louis, courtesy of a bullet fired from the gun - that severed his spine - a black suspect was using to rob him... [Mayor, police pledge more officers near Busch Stadium after shooting, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 9-28-15]:
A Cardinals fan shot and possibly paralyzed after he left Busch Stadium last weekend has police and the mayor promising to keep downtown safe as October baseball looms once again in St. Louis. 
Christopher S. Sanna, 43, of House Springs, remained hospitalized Monday. Doctors told his family Sunday night that his spinal cord cannot be surgically repaired because of the damage from a bullet. They hold on to hope that his spine may recover to some degree on its own, though doctors say he will likely never walk again. 
“They said it was shattered, and no surgery could repair it,” said his mother, Candis Sanna. “They said he could eventually get a little feeling back, but there was no hope for him to walk. It’s horrible.” 
It is the latest robbery in St. Louis in which the victim was shot even after complying with a robber’s demands. 
Christopher Sanna was shot about 10:30 p.m. Friday at Walnut Street and Memorial Drive. He and his siblings had been at the Cardinals game to celebrate his mother’s 60th birthday. Sanna and his girlfriend left the game at the start of the ninth inning Friday because he had to work Saturday morning. The rest of the family stayed for the game and to watch the postgame fireworks. 
Christopher Sanna had parked at the Old Cathedral parking lot and was walking to his car. According to police, two men in a dark-colored sedan drove up to Sanna and his girlfriend. The driver got out with a gun and demanded their belongings. The woman gave the gunman her purse, and the couple turned to run away. That’s when the gunman fired several shots in their direction, hitting Sanna in the back. 
“They turned to run away, but they didn’t make it very far,” Candis Sanna said. “As soon as they gave them the stuff, they were going to try to run away, but he shot them. They were within arm’s reach.” 
St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson said Monday that detectives had little information to go on to catch the gunman. No video cameras caught the robbery. He said the description of the shooter is vague: a black man with long dreadlocks who was 5 feet 2 to 5 feet 5 with a stocky build.  

After Christopher Sanna’s girlfriend called 911, he lay on the pavement and called his mother’s cellphone from the scene. It was so noisy from the fireworks that his mother didn’t pick up. “Mom, I’ve been shot,” he said on his mother’s voicemail.
Sanna has been on pain medication at the hospital but has been awake and able to share some of the details of what happened to him. 
“People say, ‘Be aware of your surroundings.’ Well, he was very aware of his surroundings,” Candis Sanna said. “A car stopped at a red light, and the door flew open. Then they knew, this can’t be good. The guy ran up to him. It happened so fast.”Christopher Sanna is a manager at an automotive store in south St. Louis County. He has an adult daughter. He served six years in the Army, stationed in Germany.His relatives set up a fundraising site for help with his medical bills. By early Monday, they had raised about $5,000, a number that jumped into the tens of thousands by late afternoon as media reports of the shooting drew attention to the site. 
Candis Sanna, who works near Union Station, said she’s aware of crime problems in the city. But she said she expects to be safe when coming and going from a baseball game. 
“You think you’re safe after a Cardinals game, and you’d think there are police down there and you wouldn’t have to worry,” she said. “But there were no police there. I don’t know why. You get past Fourth Street and there was nobody around.” 
She added: “It’s gotten really scary in the past year. And you can’t carry a gun to protect yourself because you can’t take it in the stadium.” 
Police officers usually can be seen in the immediate vicinity of the stadium before and after games as they direct pedestrian and motor traffic. Beyond three or so blocks, a police presence is not as visible. 
The Cardinals hire off-duty St. Louis and St. Louis County police officers to work part time at the stadium during games. As many as 25 officers are working inside the stadium during games, and more are expected for the postseason. 
On Friday night, Dotson said, there were a dozen additional officers in the downtown area, and police were about two blocks away when Sanna was shot.
 Was the militarization of St. Louis necessary so white fans could feel safe to attend baseballs when Jim Crow, Sundown laws, segregation, and whites-only signs were in existence? 


No, the police were not needed to give white fans some form of peace and stability via a mass presence just so they could attend a baseball game free of being the victim of black crime.

Now you know why the Baltimore Orioles played the first ever empty stadium game in Major League Baseball history in late April: police couldn't guarantee the safety of the white fans - who had been driven out of the city by high rates of black crime, making raising a family there untenable - from those black people who now occupy the city and require visitors to:
· Stay alert 
· Walk in groups 
· Be aware of your surroundings

Sunday, September 27, 2015

In a Fight Between Nature and Nurture, Always Bet on the Former...

"Really knowing is good. Not knowing, or refusing to know is bad, or amoral, at least. You can’t act if you don’t know.” -- Something Wicked This Way Comes, by Ray Bradbury
Were it not for violence committed by individual blacks in Indianapolis, the city would be virtually free of fatal and nonfatal gun crime. But this is a world where the collective lawlessness of blacks in Indianapolis requires the 10 Point Coalition to try and stop it from spreading.  

Through September 1, 2015, there had been 92 homicides in the city: 64 of the victims were black with 26 of the suspects also black, three white and 35 unknown (meaning they're black, protected by the code of 'no snitching' honored by the black community). 

Oh, and in 2015 Indianapolis eight white people have been killed by blacks compared to three blacks being murdered by whites...

The Indianapolis Star's resident black columnist, Erika Smith, can be counted on to expend energy at least once a month on a column bemoaning black-on-black violence in the city.

But back to the 10 Point Coalition, that ragtag group of black do-gooders always extending out their hands for more donations/city funding to keep them afloat (because there's a surplus of black people lacking impulse control in the city of Indianapolis). Not long ago, this coalition of black clergy members were awarded bulletproof vests to keep them safe when they visit crime scenes and attempt to mediate the madness.

Now we know why... [Ten Point Coalition threatened at murder scene,, 9-27-15]:
Ten Point Coalition members hit the city's downtown streets Saturday, patrolling corners with a visible presence in their yellow vests. 
"If there are kids having a hard time, we step in and we kind of play the roles of parents and family members," said Rev. Charles Harrison, the head of the grassroots organization. 
That wasn't the case downtown Saturday. Ten Point members were hoping for a peaceful night, and that's what they got as they talked with adults and teens at the Circle City Classic. 
"Part of my life's work is ministry, taking care of people," said Pastor Melvin Jackson, also a Ten Point member. 
Friday, though, members found themselves in a position they'd never been in before: threatened with their lives at one of the city's murder scenes in the 3800 block of Bennett Drive. 
"We were literally threatened by a group of young men who were angry. They made it very personal. They talked about spraying the area, told us we needed to leave the area and not be there, when the police left we would be the target," said Rev. Harrison. 
"As we were walking to our cars last night, they went around the corner and fired gun shots in the air, and then as I was leaving the area, several of the young men followed me in the car," continued who Harrison, who said after a few blocks, the group following him turned off onto another street. 
Despite what happened, Ten Point members were back at it downtown Saturday evening in a crowded, but peaceful environment. They were ready, though, to go to a less peaceful place in the city, should something happen. 
"There's a risk. There's risk if you don't do anything," Pastor Jackson said when asked why the group was continuing despite Friday's threats. Sitting idle is a risk they said they weren't willing to take. 
“That was pretty scary because that's the first point Ten Point has been attacked on the street like this. It is not going to stop us from going into these neighborhoods and saying what needs to be said to try to stop this madness,” Rev. Harrison said. 
Members said they were looking into taking extra precautions on scenes, but didn't elaborate what those measures would be. Some already wear bullet proof vests and are already planning for next weekend.
Were white people to pull all resources for the black community, and police to abandon their sworn duty of "community outreach," how long do you think it would take for the cracking of marrow to commence?

This is one of the few thoughts that allows me to fall asleep peacefully at night.

How many nights has the good Rev. Harrison spent restless, knowing full well his attempts to nurture hope through the 10 Point Coalition run counter to nature?

Civilization and barbarism, separated by a color line.

13 WTHR Indianapolis 13 WTHR Indianapolis

Saturday, September 26, 2015

If Almost All of the Dirt Bikes in Baltimore are Stolen, Why Do the Police Allow Blacks to Terrorize the City Upon Them?

There are under 10 actions necessary to restore order in the United States of America.

All are highly symbolic and will immediately undermine every foundation of Black Run America (BRA) at its very core.
The black Baltimore dirt bike riders... arrest them and all those who tolerate their existence

One is such a simple act it almost doesn't need to occur.

But by happening, it's a powerful indication law is coming back. And by its allowing to endure, we cede authority to BRA.

Illegal dirt bike activity by black people has flourished in Baltimore for years. A documentary was made about this activity, with the outgoing black female mayor believing "outreach" was the only leverage the state had in ending this lawlessness. [Teen in dirt bike documentary injured by police: Dirt biking riding illegal in Baltimore; Police don't routinely give chase, WBAL (NBC) Baltimore, 4/28/14]:
Riding dirt bikes is an activity that's illegal in Baltimore City, something the state's attorney and city police believe is a serious public safety threat -- so serious that police officers do not routinely give chase.
Outreach... for a problem the police have all but decided to give up on trying to bring to order and dare arrest. Though some call it, "Just a Baltimore thing," the reality is obvious: these black dirt bike riders represent a true "scourge."

The solution by those in charge of Baltimore? Build the black dirt bike riders a "park" (paid for by the few remaining white taxpayers):
On Monday, Councilman William "Pete" Welch, who represents West Baltimore, called on city officials to develop a plan that is agreed to by the police, recreation and parks officials, dirt bike riders, and community members. 
The plan would include the "creation of a world class dirt bike park in the city that is a safe space for dirt bike riders to enjoy their hobby without interference from law enforcement," Welch's resolution states. 
Rawlings-Blake said Wednesday she has concerns about whether it's wise to build a dirt-bike park. 
The mayor said she hoped to have a "frank conversation" with dirt bike riders as soon as possible. 
"We are reaching out to some of the organizers," she said.
Worse, an August 9th article from CBS Baltimore notes almost all of these dirt bikes are "stolen": 
“They impose a very immediate and extreme danger, to the community as they do not ordinarily follow traffic rules and regulations,” said Marc Partee, Commander North West District. 
“This is not a sport, this is not fun, and it continues to drain my resources and the individuals that actually live in the community are not happy with it all,” Partee said. 
According to authorities, a majority of these dirt bikes are stolen and encourage people to report them when spotted. 
Thus, one of those 10 necessary actions needed to restore order to the United States of America is an all-out war being declared upon the black dirt bike riders of Baltimore and their immediate arrest. Not only a cessation of the illegal dirt bike activity, but the complete arrest of all those engaging in the lawlessness... including those who would engage in "outreach" to these rebels.

As one policeman said at a recent city council to determine if Baltimore will build a dirt bike park (being pushed by a  black city councilman),"If people can obtain bikes that are legal and that are registered or however that works out and there's a legal place to ride we're perfectly OK with that," [T.J.] Smith said. "But if we're in a situation where stolen bikes, unregistered bikes are being rode on the streets of Baltimore especially in this reckless manner, that's something that we have to enforce and we can't allow to go on."

If the majority of the dirt bikes are "stolen," then why does the state even allow blacks in Baltimore to terrorize the city upon them?

Friday, September 25, 2015

Life in the New Baltimore: White Father and his Daughter Attacked by 20 Blacks

The Freddie Gray Youth Empowerment Center is doing its job... [Father, daughter caught at scene of brawl at Mondawmin 7-Eleven, Baltimore Fox, 9-25-15]:

Baltimore City Police are investigating a brawl involving teenagers at a local 7-Eleven.
A father says he and his six-year-old daughter were caught in the middle of the fight between high school students. It happened at three o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the 7-Eleven on Liberty Heights Avenue near Mondawmin Mall.
Officers say they are taking this investigation seriously, but the man who was attacked says it didn't appear that way at first. Police picked up surveillance video from the 7-Eleven late Thursday afternoon after Fox45 started asking questions.
"When I think about the potential, what could have happened, it's very alarming," Anthony Japzon says.
The dents and dings all over his car are from high school students, he says, adding, "It was at least 20. Four or five of them that had Douglass t-shirts on."
The father says he and his six-year-old daughter came to the 7-Eleven for a slurpee Wednesday. When he pulled into the parking lot, he saw the teens and fight break out.
"Within 10 or 15 seconds of me getting my daughter out that's when it moved over," near him he says.
When he tried to leave, Japzon says his car became the target.
"To have them bashing your car and kicking your car... I'm thankful nothing happened physically," he says.
The 7-Eleven is right across the street from Mondawmin Mall, the epicenter of the riots. Japzon says police responded quickly to the call for help.
"I did ask them about the two cameras in front of the 7-Eleven, they didn't seem to be interested in that. Told me to get my car fixed with my insurance company."
A worker with 7-Eleven told us police picked it up late Thursday afternoon after Fox45 started asking questions.
Japzon fears unless something changes, something similar will happen again. He's changing his behavior.
"I don't think I'll come back to this 7-Eleven," he says.
Japzon says no one at the store intervened in the fight. The store manager told us employee safety is a concern, and they're told to stay inside if there's trouble.
FOX45 reached out to Baltimore City Public Schools police about the incident. They aren't investigating, saying Baltimore police will handle this case.

Thursday, September 24, 2015

75 percent Black Chester, Pennsyvlania: The Future for all of America... Today

The simple answer to perhaps the most incredible story you'll ever read is, "because non-whites don't snitch on the criminals in there midst." The only true criminal is the white devil.

But the following story, detailing the world blacks have created in Chester, Pennsylvania, is undeniably unsettling because the prescient reader will realize this is the future for a white minority in America.
[Black Deaths Matter: Why is it so hard for families of color to get justice when a loved on is murdered?, Mother Jones, May/June 2015]:
Founded as the settlement of Upland in 1644, Chester once thrived on industry—its shipyard supplied Union soldiers, its steel mills sustained residents through both world wars, and factories, including a Ford plant, offered good jobs for black and white residents through the 1950s. Residents flocked to movie theaters and nightclubs, and legends like Wilt Chamberlain and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played streetball at "The Cage."
But in the 1960s and '70s, companies left Chester for other parts of the county, and the city starved for jobs and tax revenue. Toxic-waste processing plants were among the few businesses moving in as middle-class families headed to the suburbs, leaving the city with nearly half its postwar population. And in the '80s, Chester, like nearby Philadelphia, became a hotbed for organized crime and drug trafficking.

Today, smoke still drifts from the stacks of the Kimberly-Clark plant on the Delaware River, where workers make Scott tissue and paper towels. Up the hill are clusters of well-kept redbrick houses around Crozer Medical Center, the city's largest employer.
Across Chester Creek are boarded-up homes and the city's Ruth L. Bennett and William Penn housing projects. Some 75 percent of Chester's residents are African American, a third live below the federal poverty line, and unemployment is at 7.5 percent, nearly 2 points higher than the national average. In 2013, the homicide rate here was more than four times that of Philadelphia and Chicago. And in a city of a little more than 34,000, each death sends ripples throughout the community.
There are at least 120 churches in Chester, including the Temple of Brotherly Love, presided over by the Reverend Calvin Williams. Williams lost a son and a nephew to gun violence, and over the last decade, he and his wife, Patricia, have been visiting crime scenes as often as possible, offering prayer and reflection behind the yellow caution tape. "When brothers and sisters can't get jobs, or this little guy is trying to take care of his mother, he's going to find a way," Williams says. "So it becomes territorial. He's trying to make a living, so he's going to do whatever's he's gotta do."
But shouldn't all of these churches be a repellent against criminality, since "loving thy neighbor" is a message resounding in the 120 venues of faith in Chester?

There are few articles you can read detailing America's future under the ruling ideology of Black-Run America (BRA) as this one from Mother Jones, with Chester, Pennsylvania as a perfect microcosm for the ruin of all the nation...

If nothing changes in the United States of America, Chester represents the future for the entire country.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Beverly Shelley and Leigh Anne Tuohy: Hollywood Couldn't Script More Virtue Signaling Monsters if it tried

It would be wrong to keep talking about Beverly Shelley if it weren't so right: because sometimes reality is far more horrific than any horror movie could ever hope to be, providing real scares and chills that aren't scripted.

Her husband is dead, but she's busy forgiving her husband's three black killers and working to help other black kids in Memphis out whose own parental units (sperm donor and mother) have all but forgotten about. [David Waters: The might and mercy of a murder victim’s widow, Memphis Commercial Appeal, 9-18-2015]:
Bev Shelley spent another morning in court this week, another grueling day inside the criminal justice system.
She doesn't know how many trips she's made from her home in Piperton to 201 Poplar over the past two years. Too many to count. Too many to remember.
She doesn't have to be there, prosecutors tell her. Due process can be a maddeningly slow and stressful process, especially in a murder case.
She thanks them and tells them she wants to follow it through. She wants to keep vigil for J.P., her murdered husband, the father of their two children, a cherished son, brother and friend.
She also wants to see and hear the young defendants, Derek, Corey and Thomas — she calls them by their first names — to find some balm for her anger, some relief for her grief, some glimmer of hope.
"It's all so sad, all of it," Shelley said Thursday morning outside Judge Mark Ward's courtroom with her father, J.P.'s mother and sister, and Darlin Fugit, the mother of David Santucci, a 27-year-old man who was shot to death during a robbery two months before J.P.
"I just want it to be over. All of these lives destroyed, not just my husband, but Derek and Corey and Thomas. My family. Their families. It didn't have to happen. It doesn't have to happen again. We all have to work to fix this."
Shelley is working as hard as she can.
She was in court last month when Derek Cunningham Jr., accused of firing the fatal shot, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and aggravated robbery. He was sentenced to 30 years in prison without parole.
She was there Thursday morning when Corey Sandifer, accused of robbing at gunpoint another man at the scene, pleaded guilty to the same charges. He was sentenced to 15 years in prison without parole.
She plans to be there next month when Thomas Moss, accused of driving Corey and Derek to the scene, is scheduled to be in court the day after the second anniversary of J.P. Shelley's murder.
She also plans to be at the courthouse next week to support Fugit when one of the young men accused of killing her son is scheduled to go on trial.
After the 42-year-old contractor was killed in October 2013, Fugit reached out to Shelley on Facebook. They soon became members of each other's support group.
"We share a common horror story," Shelley said.
The horror of a normal day that so suddenly and irreversibly changed every other day that followed.
Shelley went to work that morning at Southwind Elementary. J.P. dropped their daughter off at preschool. He planned to get home early to help with their son's seventh birthday party.
He stopped at the bank, then went with a painter to check on a Parkway Village house he was renovating. The house was less than a mile from the first house Bev and J.P. bought after they were married in 1995.
"I didn't even know he was going there that day," she said. "You just go to work and think everything's OK. Then I started getting all these texts from a number I didn't recognize."
Later that day, she told the children their daddy had an accident at work and was going to be in heaven with Jesus, like their grandmother. A week later, she told them what really happened.
"At first, I wanted vengeance," she said. "I was so angry.
Angry that her husband was killed at 11:30 on a school morning.
"Derek was 15, Corey 16 and Thomas 17 when this happened," she said. "Why weren't they in school?"
Angry that her husband was killed by three teenagers who had been arrested numerous times before, on charges that included assault, robbery and truancy.
"Derek had 16 prior criminal offenses, some violent. Why wasn't he in jail?"
Angry that anyone could do something so horrific, so heartless.
"J.P. would do anything to help anyone. He would have helped every one of those boys, if they had asked for his help. I think he'd want to help them even now."
She goes to court to represent J.P. and to look for a glimpse of hope, a glimmer of humanity.
She found it in a letter she got from Derek.
"He said he was sorry," Shelley said. "I'm glad he did that. When I watched him the first time in court and when I saw his Facebook page, he didn't seem to have a heart.
There is a person in there. I hope he can turn his life around."
She found it in a gesture Corey made one morning in court.
"He turned and looked at me and mouthed the words, 'I'm sorry.' I know he is. I can see it in his face. He hasn't tried to fight the charges. He's admitted what he did was wrong and he's facing the consequences."
She also finds hope in her volunteer work for JIFF, a faith-based mentoring program for court-appointed teenage boys who have had at least three criminal offenses.
She started working for JIFF a few months after J.P. was murdered.
"When she starts talking to those kids, they listen," said Richard Graham, JIFF's executive director. "Some of them start crying. Some ask if they can pray for her. It's amazing," Graham said.
Shelley said she can't walk away, from the process or the problem.
"I want justice for J.P., but that doesn't mean I can't have a forgiving heart," she said.
"I want to honor J.P.'s memory and spirit. I want to do something to make a difference so this doesn't happen again to someone else. This has to stop."
Forget Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Turn off Freaks. Lay off Carrie and Psycho. The Wicker Man has absolutely nothing on human sacrifice when you consider what John Palmer "J.P." Shelley's death represents.

Night of the Living Dead is for wimps, when you learn the story of Beverly Shelley empathizing with her husband's three black killers.

But Shelley's story pales in comparison to the true macabre tale of Leigh Anne Tuohy.

Remember her? She's the white female living in suburban Memphis Sandra Bullock famously played in The Blind Side, the true story presenting to the world the tale of Michael Oher.

In perhaps the most disgusting part of Michael Lewis' book, we learn how Tuohy wanted to create a foundation for only black inner-city athletes so they could escape their individual poor choices and be insulated in a shelter of privilege only white people's money could afford:
The inner city of Memphis alone teemed with kids whose athletic ability had market value. Very few ever reached their market value. If Michael Oher's talent could be missed - whose couldn't? Those poor black kids were like left tackles: people whose value was hidden in plain sight. 

Leigh Anne thought about this, a lot. And one morning in early 2006 Sean [her husband] was interrupted from lifting himself out of bed by his wife, who was brandishing the sports section of the morning paper. The Memphis Commercial Appeal had reported the story of a young man Arthur Sallis. Sallis had been the star fullback on Memphis's East High team, which had been state champions in 1999 and runners-up in 200. He'd averaged, incredibly, more than 10 yards a carry. "When I'm dreaming," he once told a reporter, "I'm suiting up and going on the field. It's like there's no stopping me. It's like I can't go down." Before Sallis's senior year, his high school coach Wayne Randall received phone calls from every head coach in the SEC. 

Sallis had been offered scholarships by the University of Kentucky and Ole Miss, but he never took them. His grades were poor, and he was disqualified by NCAA rules. Prevented by the NCAA from going to college on a football scholarship Sallis had stayed home, in his old neighborhood, on the west side of Memphis.

In this Arthur Sallis was only typical. As it happened, East High - Sallis's public school - had been part of a study made of Memphis inner-city athletes. The study revealed that, for every six public school kids with the ability to play college sports, five failed to qualify academically. What was unusual about Arthur Sallis was the persistence of his desire to make something of his life, in spite of the odds against him. He never knew his father, and his mother was an alcoholic in and out of jail. "From the time he was a little boy Arthur lived by himself, out on the streets," said Coach Randall. In high school he'd gotten into all kinds of trouble, but most of it was driven by his need to get money to live. "I used to joke," said Randall, "that Arthur was the only football player I ever had who I had to keep a lawyer on retainer for."

But after high school, with his football coach's help, Sallis had gone straight. He eked out a living with his own carpet cleaning business. He'd fathered a baby girl, and was raising her by himself. "He was doing all the things a responsible person should be doing," said his former coach. Then, a few months after Sallis left high school, he caught two men stealing a car and tried to stop them. For his trouble he got himself shot, point-blank, once in the back and once in the chest. He very nearly died. When his old high school coach visited him in the hospital Sallis told him, "If God gets me out this, Coach, I'm never going to be out on the street again."

He had been true to his word. The newspaper Leigh Anne Dropped in Sean's lap told the story of what happened next. Sallis wasn't on the streets, but at home with his four-year-old daughter, when three men broke in. Sallis grabbed one, and another him three times in the head. Sallis could have been a roommate of Michael Oher's at Ole Miss. Instead, at the age of twenty-one, he was dead. 

Sean was only just waking up, and yet his wife was pacing back and forth in front of him, angry and upset. She was crying but she was also pissed off, and that, in his experience, was a dangerous combination. "do you realize that you could take that kid's name out and put Michael's name in and have the same story? she said. "Why didn't this kid fall on our doorstep?"

Then and there Leigh Anne made a decision: she wasn't finished. "I want a building," she said. "We're going to open a foundation that's only going to help out kids with athletic ability who don't have the academics to go to college. Screw the NCAA. I don't care what people say. I don't if they say we're only interested in them because they're good at sports. Sports is all we know about. And there are hundreds of kids in Memphis alone with this story." (p. 324 - 326)
There are hundreds upon hundreds of black kids with similar stories to Michael Oher (before he was adopted by the forever virtue signaling white people -- Sean and Leigh Anne Tuohy), because sperm donor black males and criminally-inclined black females are ill equipped to be reproducing. Their offspring serve to undermine whatever is left of the civilization whites built in Memphis and have all-but-abandoned for people like Oher and Sallis to inherit and regress to the black mean.

In H.P. Lovecraft's darkest moments, even he couldn't fashion a tale as dreadful and terrifying as that of Shelley and Tuohy's insanity: individual insanity can be isolated, but when it is promoted as virtue this insanity has a tendency to collectively pull entire communities and ultimately civilization into a layer of hell even Virgil himself shielded Dante from...

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Rosa Parks: The Mother of the "Ride With Respect" Campaign on MARTA


Moving Africans Rapidly Through Atlanta.


Employing an 83 percent black workforce almost entirely subsidized by the white taxpayer.


Nearly 75 percent of the ridership is black, which is important to remember when you learn the Atlanta metro transit authority was forced to spend $1.1 million to install "urine detection devices" throughout the system...


Which is all important to remember when you learn the public transportation offered free rides on Labor Day and a certain racial demographic lived up to the numerous stereotypes they've developed over the years, ensuring white people avoid the very system their tax dollars subsidize.  [Did MARTA freebie backfire? Fight video raises questions,, 9-22-15]:
MARTA was trying to do the community a solid a few weeks ago when it offered free rides on Labor Day.
It was a gesture of thanks to loyal riders and — the agency hoped — a way to entice new passengers aboard. But apparently no good deed goes unpunished.
A video posted Sept. 15 on Youtube shows fight that broke out on a train packed with passengers on Labor Day. Some riders hooted and egged on two young men who circled each other warily, their chests literally bared after they flung their T-shirts aside. Other riders cowered in the back of the train and tried to steer clear of the melee.
It’s unclear what started the brawl. At one point it’s three fighters against one.
Several punches and kicks are landed on the unaided fighter who falls to the floor, but he quickly jumps back up. Some inaudible smack-talk resumes and then the video ends.
It appears no one was seriously injured. But this is exactly the sort of image MARTA’s trying to shed with its “Ride with Respect” campaign targeting obnoxious behavior and panhandling, and the introduction of its See & Say app for smartphones, which passengers are encouraged to use to report problems to MARTA police.
(Note, the app doesn’t work when the train is underground, as it appears to be in this video, because there is no Wi-Fi service in the tunnels. However, MARTA is working on an agreement that would bring free Wi-Fi to all tunnels and stations within the next few years).
We’re expecting an official response soon from MARTA to questions about whether the agency deems the free ride campaign a success, whether more crime was reported that day or whether the fight was an aberration.
But tell me, riders, was it a success in your eyes? Or did MARTA invite problems when it invited all passengers?
Rosa Parks birthed the "Ride with Respect" campaign, by forever mandating white people are no longer capable of legislating away black dysfunction and keeping it from disrupting the civilization only white people could create and, as evidenced by now majority black Baltimore, Birmingham, Detroit, Memphis, Newark, Camden, and New Orleans, maintain: her defiance doomed not only public transportation - a once reliable mode of transportation now firmly tainted with the warranted image of black dysfunction and black criminality - but the cities bus lines and train lines serve.

Freedom, true freedom, is the ability to discriminate. Without this freedom, you are a slave to those who demand you tolerate every vice and criminal situation your experience on this earth would otherwise tell you to avoid.

But not just avoid... work to pass laws to stop them from ever occurring. 

Monday, September 21, 2015

Even Though he had Non-White Friends and Colleagues, John Palmer "J.P." Shelley is Still Dead (Courtesy of Three Black Males)

 "We are all interested in the future, For that is where you and I are going to spend the rest of our lives! ..." -- Plan 9 From Outer Space

The following email has never been publicly shared.

Until now.

 You see, back on October 23, 2013, John Palmer "J.P." Shelley was murdered by three black youth in Memphis. Shelley, a white man in life, in death had no privilege of his untimely demise being broadcast out for the nation to see.

On his son's birthday, Shelley was shot in the neck after he gave the three black muggers his wallet.

One of the few outlets to even dare mention how Shelley died and reflect on his what his life actually meant (nothing, in the end) was SBPDL. Strangely, his obituary page omits the reality of his death, leaving out the crucial detail three black males robbed him on his son's birthday and then one of them shot him to death...
Mr. Shelley, pictured above with his family, is dead... courtesy of the three black males pictured in the bottom of this collage

Well, on January 26, 2014, an e-mail came to the official SBPDL address, which will now be printed in its entirety:

On Sun, Jan 26, 2014 at 1:39 AM, A Shelley [email omitted] wrote:
Dear Editor of Stuff Black People Don't Like:  
I represent the family of John Palmer Shelley.  
I respectfully request that you remove mention of Mr. Shelley from your website, as it does not reflect the beliefs or intentions of him or his familly (sic).  Mr. Shelley was a man with friends and colleagues of all races.  
Your website contains copyrighted images of Mr. Shelley and his family, which you do not have permission to display.  I request removal of those images immediately.
  Should you chose not to respect this request, then we will procede (sic) with the take down procedures afforded to copyright owners under the Digital Millenium Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C. 101 et seq.  
Please acknowledge your receipt of this request and removal of the images within three (3) business days.  
Alexa Shelley
The picture of J.P. Shelley was removed, but Alexa Shelley did receive this email from SBPDL:
From: Paul Smith 
Date: Sun, Jan 26, 2014 at 9:43 AM
Subject: Re: John Palmer Shelley
To: A Shelley [email omitted]

The images will be removed. Please let his family know regardless of his non-white friends, he's still dead.

Thanks to a black person.

And Memphis is still dying.

Thanks to black people.
I hadn't thought much of John Palmer "J.P." Shelley after hitting send on the email to Alexa Shelley back on January 26, 2014, until this story appeared only days ago. [Second teen pleads guilty in murder of contractor, WREG Memphis, 9-17-2015]:
A second teenager has entered a guilty plea for the murder of a Memphis contractor. 
Corey Sandifer, 18, was sentenced to 15 years in prison without the possibility of parole as well as 12 years for aggravated robbery.
The sentences will be served together.
In August, Derek Cunningham Jr., pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and aggravated robbery in the case and was sentenced to 30 years in prison with no parole.
In October of 2013, Cunningham and Sandifer robbed J.P. Shelley and another man in the 4700 block of Scottsdale Avenue in Parkway Village.
During the robbery, Cunningham shot the victim in the neck, killing him.
Thomas Moss is also charged in the case.
WREG sat down with Shelley's wife, Beverly, after Sandifer plead guilty. She believes the young men need to pay for what they have done, but she said the idea of them going to prison does not make her happy.
"I think a lot of these kids just come from such bad situations in their own family, and they just don't know where else to turn," Shelley said.
Both Cunningham and Sandifer have juvenile court records. Shelley said she wished there has been interventions in their lives before her husband's death.
She has begun working with an organization that accepts juvenile court referrals of kids with multiple offenses, called JIFF (Juvenile Intervention and Faith-Based Follow-Up).
Shelley said her two kids are participating in a fundraiser to help JIFF help more troubled youth.
  "I think a lot of these kids just come from such bad situations in their own family, and they just don't know where else to turn," Shelley said....

They know exactly where to turn, Ms. Shelley: in the direction of your husband on the date your son was born, to not only steal his wallet, but extinguish his life as well.

It's hard to articulate just how sad the contents of this entire entry our and the tragedy of what they represent.

From a family member writing an e-mail to demand - by threat of legal action - a picture of Mr. Shelley be removed from SBPDL because he, "was a man with friends and colleagues of all races," to his widow stressing how sad she was the three black males who murdered her husband came "from such bad situation in their own family"... it leaves you wondering if a large portion of the white population has accepted their role in forever uplifting the black population and providing the occasional white sacrifice to their black gods...

Just know this, Shelley family: if you stumble across this entry at SBPDL and decide to e-mail me again asking it be removed, John Palmer "J.P." Shelley is still dead... and it was three black males who participated in this act of racial violence his widow has now excused away as the circumstances of having "bad situations in their own family."

In a Memphis free of blacks, your husband - father of your two children - would still be alive. In a Memphis quickly losing what's left of its white population, your husband is dead... courtesy of blacks.

And your children are fatherless (much as you lament the three black kids predicament in life because their fathers abandoned them, your children are fatherless because they killed your husband).

Saturday, September 19, 2015

70 percent Black Ferguson... Moody's Downgrades Credit Rating to "Junk"

So what ever happened to Ferguson, that 70 percent black hamlet just outside of St. Louis?

You remember Ferguson, right? As documented in Bell Curve City, the city was once a thriving suburb of St. Louis until heavy dosages of federally mandated Section 8 housing overwhelmed the civilization whites created there, drowning it in the black undertow.

From 73 percent white in 1990 to under 25 percent white in 2015...

The 70 percent black city of Ferguson saw a foreclosure rate increase of 72 percent in the first half of 2015, compared to the same time period in 2014: the whole "Black Lives Matter" movement being birthed when a black person tried to take the life of a white cop on Canfield Drive in Ferguson being the primary catalyst for this property devaluation (though property values were already on the decline, courtesy of the rising black population and an aging white population stuck in their increasingly underwater homes).

Back in 1970, the city was almost 100 percent white: the future seemed so bright and optimism flourished for those who called Ferguson home. Now? [Ferguson Lowered to Junk by Moody's With City Facing Insolvency,, 9-17-15]:

Ferguson, Missouri, the St. Louis suburb that became a center of protests against racial injustice by police, had its credit rating cut to junk by Moody’s Investors Service because of “severe and rapid” deterioration of its finances.
Ferguson was criticized by the Justice Department this year for violating residents’ civil rights with heavy-handed police tactics in order to raise money with fines. As it negotiated a settlement with the federal government, the city’s key revenues have fallen, Moody’s said in a statement Thursday.
Ferguson could become insolvent by the 2017 fiscal year, the credit-rating company said. The rating cut reflects “severe and rapid deterioration of the city’s financial position, possible depletion of fund balances in the near term, and limited options for restoring fiscal stability,” Moody’s said.
 The city's key revenue producing population - white people - left long ago as the pressure of a rising black population quickly deteriorated the social capital in Ferguson, remaking the community in the image of its new racial majority.

The laws of supply and demand, supply-side economics, and the entire capitalist system in America bow to the awesomeness and immutable law of the Visible Black Hand of Economics, powerfully on display in Ferguson.