Thursday, June 30, 2016

For Fifth Straight Year, [Black] Thieves Steal AC Unit from a Wax Black History Museum in St. Louis

It would be pointless to even try and add commentary to this story, where a running gag for five years straight perfectly sums up black history in America. [St. Louis black history museum struggles to keep wax figures cool after thieves steal AC units, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, June 23, 2016]:
How do you maintain a wax museum in this scorching St. Louis heat with no air conditioning?
An actual image of a wax exhibit from the Griot Museum of Black History...
The people who run the Griot Museum of Black History know. They’ve been doing it for more than a week, ever since copper thieves hauled off two air conditioning condensers and vandalized a third. The damage occurred between June 11 and June 14.
The same thing has happened each of the last five summers to the museum, at 2505 St. Louis Avenue.

The thermostat registered 91 degrees Thursday morning. A cooler of iced water bottles sits near the front entrance. A sign warning visitors of the heat and asking for tolerance is taped to the front door.
Nearly 20 floor fans were positioned throughout the museum, blowing near the life-sized wax figures created in the image of notables such as Miles Davis, Percy Green and Dred Scott.
“Of course, they’re not going to end up in a big pile of wax on the floor,” said Lois Conley, the museum’s founder and executive director. “But they certainly aren’t going to be as durable as they once were.”
In one exhibit, the wax figure of a young Martin Luther King Jr. sits in a chair, wearing a suit and loosened necktie. There is a sheen on his forehead. A visitor wondered if the heat was getting to him.

“It’s always been that way,” said Alicia Singleton, a museum employee.
Singleton was running the front desk Thursday when a group of about 20 schoolchildren from a summer camp wandered in with their leaders for self-guided tours. The kids looked at some displays, then took turns putting their faces close to the fans.
Singleton said she’s noticed that tours go more quickly with the heat, and visitors don’t take time to do the scavenger hunt or read all of the displays.
Sherman George, the city’s former fire chief, is depicted by a wax figure in the museum and serves on the museum’s board. He said thieves have taken or tampered with the museum’s air conditioning units every year for the last five summers.
Anti-theft cages around the units didn’t stop them.
“I don’t know what we can do other than post a sign, ‘Please don’t steal it,’” George said.
Conley is keeping the museum open while she tries to get bids for replacement air conditioners. She welcomes the kindness of strangers. One man from Fairview Heights offered a portable unit. A woman stopped by Thursday to say she could help Conley get a unit at cost, then suggested any future unit be installed high above the ground. Conley said they were already considering that.
Conley estimates it could cost anywhere from $4,000 to $6,000 a unit. The museum is seeking donations at a gofundme account.
At an undisclosed Wal-Mart in metro St. Louis, Darren Wilson works nights stocking shelves, because he can't get a job in the vocation he loves.

All because he did everything exactly right on a fateful afternoon in Ferguson in August 2014, when a black male attacked him on Canfield Drive.

That's the only history of black people I care to remember. The rest can melt away. 

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Biological Weapons: Blacks Wielding Section 8 Vouchers Greatest Threat to Civilization

Chicago edition of the biological weaponry that is a black individual wielding a Section 8 voucher. [As subsidized housing spreads, suburbs face rising number of poor, Chicago Sun-Times,  June 25, 2016]:

Decades ago, Yolanda Crawford had a chance to leave the Chicago Housing Authority’s Dearborn Homes in Bronzeville and move to Naperville.
She turned it down. That’s a decision she regrets.
Now, from the front porch of a small three-bedroom home in Burnham that she leases using a Section 8 “housing choice” voucher, the retired postal worker has some advice for other mothers raising children in Chicago’s crime-ridden neighborhoods.
“I advise any mother: Move to your suburban areas,” she says. “Not taking anything from the city, [but] there’s too much going on. Take your Section 8 voucher. Take it and go to Atlanta. Take it and go to Los Angeles.”
Crawford, a 58-year-old grandmother, took her voucher and headed to Burnham, just a few blocks south of the city limits. She leases her home from a retired teacher who moved to Wisconsin. The voucher covers all of her rent: $1,200 a month.
Burnham is among several south suburbs — also including Park Forest, Calumet City, Dolton, Lansing, University Park, Country Club Hills and South Holland — that have seen some of the six-county region’s biggest gains in subsidized housing since the CHA began demolishing the city’s high-rise housing projects 16 years ago under its “Plan for Transformation.”
During that time, 13 suburban housing authorities and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development also changed their policies, issuing more Section 8 vouchers to low-income families throughout the region.
As a result, the number of subsidized households in the suburbs — from suburban Cook County to the surrounding counties of DuPage, Lake, Kane, McHenry and Will — has risen 28 percent, from 32,292 in 2000 to 41,493 last year, according to HUD data and U.S. Census Bureau figures analyzed by the Chicago Sun-Times and Better Government Association.
Altogether, the suburbs had more than 84,000 residents using housing choice vouchers or some other form of taxpayer-funded housing assistance in 2015, the HUD data show.
The migration has come as the suburbs, in general, have grown more diverse and less affluent. Between 1999 and 2014, the number of suburban families living in poverty rose from about 53,000 to 104,000, rising from 4 percent of the population to 7 percent, according to census data.

Nearly half the suburbs’ subsidized-housing units — about 19,600 — are in suburban Cook County. Of the 17 Cook County suburbs with more than 400 such households, 11 are in southern Cook County, which has experienced great economic and racial upheavals as white residents — as well as middle-income black families — moved elsewhere, according to records and interviews.
It’s a migration pattern that has evolved, starting with whites who fled the South Side for the south suburbs in the 1960s and 1970s. Blacks followed years later and now are spreading further out.
Whites, meanwhile, are moving farther south, to Will County. Since 2000, Will County has added 57,763 white residents — more than any other collar county.
“None of these people really want people with vouchers coming in to them,” says William Sampson, a DePaul University sociology professor who focuses on race and poverty. “This is as much about socioeconomic status as it is about race. I hadn’t thought that middle-income blacks would be as opposed to have low-income blacks move in as whites. . . . [But] middle-income black folks said, ‘No, we won’t tolerate it.’”
Only a fraction of the suburbs’ subsidized-housing population is living in traditional public housing — like the high-rise buildings the CHA tore down under the Plan for Transformation.
Instead, the vast majority use housing choice vouchers, issued by 13 suburban housing authorities, that pay all or part of the rent for them to live in privately owned apartments, townhouses or single-family homes. Others live in apartment complexes that have HUD project-based vouchers assigned to them.
Abortion is the only ally white America has in Black-Run America (BRA), for it works to diffuse the biological weapon threat that is a black person wielding a Section 8 voucher.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

The wind of change/ Blows straight into the face of time/ Like a stormwind that will ring the freedom bell

Remember those commercials for Domino Rally? You set up the game board of domino's and then push just one down setting in motion a chain of events culminating in all the domino's falling down.

Well, the domino board is set in America.

Only time will tell which seemingly isolated event is the catalyst...[Man shot and killed by Belleville police officers was Revolutionary Black Panther Party official, St Louis Post-Dispatch, June 28, 2016]:

A man who was shot and killed by Belleville police last week after officers say he fired at them was a member of the National Revolutionary Black Panther Party, organization officials said.
A St. Louis-area resident, Angelo Brown was also a national officer within the organization, and was the leader for the party in St. Louis. Members from across the country are planning a protest over the shooting, but haven’t set a date.
Brown, 35, was killed Thursday in an exchange of gunfire with police outside of an apartment complex, police said.
Belleville police were called to the first block of West Pheasantwood Drive for a disturbance before 10 p.m. When police arrived, Brown ran around the building with a gun, then fired at officers who chased him, police say. Two officers fired back at Brown, killing him, police say.
Dr. Alli Muhammad, founder of the Revolutionary Black Panther Party, said Brown — identified by the party under the name General Minister Houdari Juelani — was a U.S. Army veteran, a father of 13 children and a hard worker, but not a criminal.
Muhammad describes Brown as mild-mannered, saying he “had enough sense not to be shooting at police officers.”
Muhammad said he and 15 to 20 other national representatives from the Revolutionary Black Panther Party are coming to St. Louis for Brown’s funeral Friday, and that he will host a press conference after the event to discuss concerns the party and Brown’s family have about his death.
Family members of Brown could not be reached. An ex-wife told the Post-Dispatch last week that she hadn’t talked to Brown in years, but said shooting a gun at officers would have been out of character when she knew him.
According to Muhammad, Brown said before his death that police in St. Louis and Belleville were “harassing” him, ripping up flyers that he posted and threatening him.
“We really believe that this is politically motivated,” Muhammad said about Brown’s death. “We honestly see this as the first time since the 1960s or 70s that a Black Panther leader was killed by police.”
Belleville Master Sgt. Mark Heffernan said Tuesday that Belleville police “did not have any contact with Brown prior to this incident.”
Muhammad said Revolutionary Black Panther members will return to St. Louis for an upcoming weekend for demonstrations in Brown’s honor. The group doesn’t have an exact date for the protest yet.
“We also plan on pursuing every avenue that we can criminally with the U.S. Department of Justice,” Muhammad said. He said they’re also looking into what civil legal matters can be taken on behalf of Brown’s family.
Brown joined the Revolutionary Black Panther Party a year ago. In addition to being a St. Louis leader, he was also the “national minister of defense,” meaning he kept tabs on any persons or groups “threatening the party,” Muhammad explained.
Sgt. Matt Weller with the Illinois State Police said the investigation into the fatal shooting is ongoing. Once it’s finished, police will confer with the state’s attorney about the case, he said.
 The board is set. The pieces are in place. 

What event will it be ultimately producing the momentum to knock down all the domino's? 

Odds are it will be one like this.

Monday, June 27, 2016

Only an Hour after Preaching "Stop the Violence" at Rally in Baltimore to Black People, a Black Rapper is Gunned Down by a Black Male

In a classroom in the not too distant future, a teacher instructs her students to page 150 of the text.

"Now class, today we learn about life at the end of the American experiment, just before decades of the failed test into mandated racial equality came to an end, ushering in the era of peace and stability we now enjoy today. Who would like to read this passage?"

A shy, but obviously bright blond haired girl in the back raises her hand.
A fitting story representing black America in 2016

The teacher smiles, joyously discriminating against the other hurried hands jettisoning into the sky and singling-out the blue-eyed girl toward the rear of the room.

Instinctively knowing the teacher had selected her to read the passage, the child composes herself and prefaces the passage by saying, "In the years before it was safe for our families to live in this city, this was the reason our ancestors allowed Baltimore to collapse into ruin and decay." [This rapper rallied to stop violence on Baltimore streets. An hour later, he was shot and killed., Washington Post, June 27, 2016]:

He was a rapper trying to stop violence in Baltimore. Tyriece Travon Watson, better known as Lor Scoota, had just finished hosting a charity basketball game. The fliers advertising the event had said, “Pray for peace in these streets.” Music artists and important faces from around the city had come together to prove they could get along.
Lor Scoota got in his car and left the arena. Bringing peace to Baltimore was a message he had been trying to spread — on panels, in classrooms and in his music.
“How I’m supposed to live with all this death in my sight?” the 23-year-old had once sung.
Lor Scoota was about a mile away from the arena when he was shot and killed.

Baltimore police said the rapper was driving east at 6:56 p.m. Saturday when an unknown black male wearing a white bandanna stepped into the street and opened fire into Lor Scoota’s car. He was transported to an area hospital, but was pronounced dead shortly after. Homicide detectives are investigating the shooting as a targeted attack.
“We have to be tired of this. Can #Scoota be a wake up call for us?” tweeted police spokesman T.J. Smith. “He entertained many, now gone, just like that. We are better than this.”
That was the call Lor Scoota had just sent out at the Morgan State University field house.
“Supposedly people think all the rappers don’t like each other, so we brought everyone together,” said Tadoe, another artist who played in the game. “It was about having fun, showing that there was a smile on everybody’s face.”
Lor Scoota was one of the city’s most beloved hometown rappers. His 2014 song “Bird Flu” inspired dozens of YouTube videos of Baltimoreans doing the “Bird Flu dance.” When the Baltimore Orioles made it to the playoffs, Lor Scoota changed the song’s lyrics for the radio: “Talkin’ ’bout that orange and black / I got a bird on my hat / Won the Series in ’83, I think it’s time to go back.”

A few months later, Lor Scoota’s voice was on the radio again — this time, to promote non-violence in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray. According to Baltimore’s City Paper, he recorded a series of PSAs “expressing understanding for those that were angry but also encouraging peace.” Soon after, he spoke to Baltimore youth on a panel organized by Councilman Nick Mosby, the husband of Marilyn Mosby. She is the state’s attorney for Baltimore who charged the six police officers who arrested Freddie Gray just before his death.
Last month, Lor Scoota visited an elementary school to read to kids about Martin Luther King Jr.
 As the shy, blond child finished the passage, one of the blond haired students in the front of the classroom sat pondering the passage he had just heard read aloud. The teacher looked his way and asked him if he had any questions.

"Who is Martin Luther King Jr.," the blue-eyed boy asked?

Without missing a beat, the teacher replied coolly, "Someone who momentarily postponed our future. Momentarily delayed, because all moral authority regrettably flowed through this man until people realized it was individuals like Lor Scoota and the man who killed him who better represented this failed race."

The bell rang signaling the end of the school day, and the classroom of white students cleared out,  free to go play in the streets of downtown Baltimore.

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Paging George Zimmerman: White Mayor of Sanford, Florida Carjacked by Three Black Males (Sons of Obama)

Let's be honest here: there's no need for any commentary.

This story makes a wonderful postscript to the George Zimmerman-Trayvon Martin affair (you remember this, right? The latter being the eternally 10-year-old honor student murdered by the vicious, fire-breathing racist Zimmerman...).

Recall also it was the dishonesty exhibited by the media around the whole Trayvon Martin story that prompted Dylann Roof's actions... now, we learn the reality of the black crime problem in Sanford, which motivated the heroic George Zimmerman to volunteer as part of the community watch brigade.

Two of Obama's sons... committing violence against whites in the town made famous by the stand George Zimmerman took against black crime.

 [Mayor of town where Trayvon Martin died carjacked outside home, CBS News, June 26, 2016]:
The mayor of the town that gained international notoriety by the killing of Trayvon Martin was carjacked outside his house early Saturday morning after having a gun shoved in his mouth, according to officials.
Two suspects have been arrested, and a third remains at large.
Jeff Triplett told CBS affiliate WKMG in Orlando he had just returned from visiting a friend when he was approached by the three men around 2:14 a.m. on Saturday.
Triplett said they shoved the gun in his mouth and his ear at one point during the robbery.
"This is a very scary situation. I'm the father of two and I've been married for 20 years this year," Triplett told WKMG. "I'm lucky to be standing here having this conversation."
Police say the thieves made off with Triplett's wallet and Mercedes Benz.
Triplett was able to give enough information on his attackers for police to quickly locate and arrest suspects Jermine Jacques Horne, 18, and 17-year-old Demarcus Paige. A third suspect remains at large.

"Being a victim of a crime is unnerving, yet it was reassuring to witness both speed and diligence from the Sanford Police Department," Triplett said. "It is disheartening when this type of crime takes place in the city of Sanford. I encourage the community, its businesses and the Police Department to continue to work together and stop this type of violence."

The small Florida community of Sanford and Mayor Triplett shot to international attention in 2012 when George Zimmerman shot and killed unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin at The Retreat at Twin Lakes, a gated community in the town.
Triplett said at the time he was concerned by the fact that Zimmerman wasn't arrested immediately, but he initially stood opposed to the firing of the town's controversial police chief.
 You're probably getting tired of reading the familiar, three word refrain, but say it me: America is irredeemable.

Saturday, June 25, 2016

The Crackup of the Left in the USA Begins: Black Lives Matter Pull Out of "Pride" in San Fransisco because of Increased Police Presence

It's happening.

Underneath our feet, huge, unseen seismic shifts are happening that will ultimately reshape the landscape of the entire Western world -- including what we currently call the United States of America.

I shed no tears for the end of this error, for a new era is upon us; the crackup of the Left means the opportunity for the re-institution of sanity to prevail, and an opportunity to watch our enemies feast upon one another in hilarious fashion.   [Black Lives Matter withdraws as Pride Grand Marshals due to increased police presence,, June 25, 2016]:

Black Lives Matter was chosen as an organizational grand marshal for the parade in honor of its theme, "For Racial and Economic Justice."
"The Black Lives Matter network is grateful to the people of San Francisco for choosing us, we choose you too," said Malkia Cyril, a member of Black Lives Matter. "As queer people of color, we are disproportionately targeted by both vigilante and police violence. We know first hand that increasing the police presence at Pride does not increase safety for all people."

The withdrawal, announced at a press conference Friday, was joined by St. James Infirmary, a group that provides medical and social services to sex workers, and TGI Justice Project, an advocacy group for transsexual, intersex and gender nonconformist people in jails and prisons.

The groups said in a statement that law enforcement creates unsafe conditions in queer communities of color. In particular, they cited what they described as the San Francisco Police Department's "recent track record of racist scandal and killings of people of color."

"While I am thankful for this honor, and grateful to Pride for bringing our work to the front this year, the decision to add more police to Pride does not make me, or my community, more safe," Grand Marshal Janetta Johnson, executive director of the TGI Justice Project, said in a statement.

SF Pride organizers announced an increased police presence and new security screening at Pride events following a June 12 shooting at an Orlando gay nightclub that killed 49 people. Among other measures, those attending the Civic Center Pride Celebration will for the first time be required to go through metal detectors and submit to bag screening.
Not one shred of evidence exists to support the theory the Muslim executioner in the Orlando mass shooting targeted the nightclub because it was full of homosexuals.

Not one piece of credible of evidence.

But wherever black people are found to congregate, the need for increased police activity is axiomatic.

In all seriousness, this story is a powerful reminder why America is irredeemable. 

Friday, June 24, 2016

One of Freddie Gray's Best Friends Fatally Shot in Baltimore (Day Before Goodson Acquittal)... by Black Male

Black lives don't matter.

They really, really don't.

Perhaps this story illustrates the fact "black lives don't matter" with an aggressively over-the-top exclamation point.[Freddie Gray circle suffered another loss day before Goodson acquittal, Baltimore Sun, June 24, 2016]:
As news of the acquittal of a Baltimore police officer in the death of Freddie Gray spread Thursday, some of Gray's friends silently mourned a more recent loss — the death of their friend Donzell Canada.
Canada, one of Gray's close friends, was fatally shot Wednesday near Gilmor Homes in West Baltimore.
He was Baltimore's 127th homicide victim of the year.
Canada, 29, known as "Zelly" in the neighborhood, lived on North Fulton Avenue and was often seen around Gilmor Homes with Gray and friends.
Canada said in an interview last year that Gray was his childhood friend and one of more than 10 people he knew who have died in recent years.
Police responded to the shooting at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at Presstman Street and North Fulton Avenue, where they found Canada and a 16-year-old boy with gunshot wounds. The boy survived.
When asked last year about how he coped with Gray's death, Canada said: "Honestly, I didn't know how to feel because I've lost a lot of friends on these same streets, and I'm kind of getting numb — not numb, but it's not a surprise."
Before Gray died, he and Canada had been job hunting online, looking at construction companies. But they weren't getting any traction, Canada said.
Gray had been convicted of narcotics offenses around Gilmor Homes. Canada said Gray's small-time drug dealing was how "he put food in his mouth and whoever else around who needed it."
It's not the life he chose or wanted," Canada said. "He was trying to escape and overcome it."
Canada spoke to The Baltimore Sun last August as he marked what would have been Gray's 26th birthday.
"There was no limit to what he would do for his friends," Canada said of Gray as he and several other friends held a cookout at Gilmor. They also visited Gray's gravesite and then watched the movie "Straight Outta Compton."
Pictures of Canada, Gray and their friends blanket Gray's Instagram site. One of the last pictures Gray posted was of him with Canada.
The Rev. Rodney Hudson, a pastor at nearby Ames Memorial United Methodist Church, knew Canada and Gray and remembered them both as humorous and loyal friends.
Canada and Gray "were all for one, one for all," he said.
Hudson said he was shocked by the news of Canada's death, even though such shootings are all too common in West Baltimore.
"A lot of their group has gotten killed," Hudson said.
He remembered seeing Canada and Gray in the neighborhood and said they would sometimes come over for soup at the church.
The morning Gray was arrested and transported to a hospital, Canada said, he was on his way to a doctor's appointment with his daughter.
"I was shocked, but I didn't think it was serious," he said.
But when he and his friends arrived at Maryland Shock Trauma Center, they learned that Gray had arrived unconscious without a heartbeat.
"How can you go from walking into a vehicle being able to speak to arriving at a hospital without a heartbeat?" he asked. "I don't understand."
A little more than a year later, Canada would arrive at the same hospital. He was pronounced dead shortly thereafter, according to police reports.
Before he died, Canada said there were two things he hoped people would take away from Gray's death: "Black Lives Matter and just cherish every day, because tomorrow is not promised."
Canada's relatives could not be reached for comment.
 What can we take away from Canada's death, who happened to be a close friend of the late Freddie Gray?

That "black lives don't matter," unless a white liberal can capitalize off of their death and make other white people feel guilty about the lifeless black body in question.

Thursday, June 23, 2016

England Prevails

What are your thoughts on the English voting to leave the European Union?

Is this a harbinger of things to come in the U.S., with the end of globalization upon us?

The true face of globalism: the black immigrant who murdered British soldier Lee Rigby in the daytime on a street in London

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Father's Day Hilarity in Syracuse... Courtesy of Blacks

This past Father's Day 2016 happened to be my first as a father. It meant a lot.

I couldn't stop smiling the entire day, knowing the duty that I had as a father to my not even one-year-old child.

In the stunning blue eyes starring back at me, I knew the world my young child had entered was one in dire need of Trump... a man on the verge of tearing down the damn of political correctness once and for all.

Because a story of black dysfunction such as the one you're about to read cannot be blamed on white racism. It's just a hilarious reminder of what black people do on.... Father's Day.   [Syracuse shooting: Man shot to death went by alias; at least 4 guns used in fight,, June 20, 2016]:
Syracuse Police Chief Frank Fowler confirmed this afternoon that a man was killed during gunfire Sunday night in a courtyard surrounded by apartments on the city's Near West Side.

The man who was fatally shot was identified as Gary Porter, 41, the chief said. He would not say if Porter was armed.
Porter went by the alias Terry Maddox, the chief and the victim's friends and family indicated. Fowler did not use Maddox's name at a news conference, but acknowledged that the victim had been identified by his alias.
The chief said he had been in contact with Porter's father, who was out-of-town but planned to meet with Fowler in coming days. The two planned to make a joint statement at some point in the future, the chief said, but declined to elaborate.
At least four guns were used in Sunday's fight, Fowler said, pointing to shell casings found near the small courtyard surrounded apartment blocks.
The gunfire erupted in the small courtyard on Tully Street, where hundreds of people were celebrating Father's Day.

Police had gotten tips earlier that people planned to "shoot up" the celebration, said Mayor Stephanie Miner, who attended a news conference with Fowler this afternoon.
Fowler said it's not yet known if Porter was shot by a female officer who fired her service weapon during the incident. He promised to release that information once the crime lab and the medical examiner's office know for sure what happened.
The female officer, who Fowler did not name, heard shots ring out and ran in the direction of gunfire. But Fowler would not say what prompted the officer to fire. He only said that the officer ran in the direction of the bullets and faced a "deadly force situation" that caused her to fire.
The officer was injured, but Fowler would not say if she required treatment at a hospital.
A few other notes from this afternoon's news conference:
• Mayor Miner said that there had been problems in previous years during the Father's Day celebration at nearby Skiddy Park. This year, organizers were told they could not gather at the park, so they moved the party to the courtyard in the James Geddes Housing complex.
• The gunfire was unrelated to an earlier call nearby of a man down. An officer arrived at 11 p.m. to that call on Otisco Street, but found no one down, Miner said. The officer reported a large crowd and asked for help. Meanwhile, 911 was also getting calls from witnesses asking for more police, Miner said.
That's when the officer heard gunshots from the area of the courtyard on Tully Street, the mayor said. More calls came into 911 reporting the shooting, she said.
• Fowler said he was not aware of a third teenage victim whose family says was grazed in the head by a bullet. The chief said he understood that she suffered her injuries falling down.
 In the future, the right to produce children must not be left to chance. To me, once you have children, you understand the ultimate lesson of life is simply this: duty.

We have absolutely no duty to taking care of black people and their dysfunction... we only have a duty to our future.

That's it.

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Black People Form SKOOP (Stop Killing Our Own People) in North Carolina city because... Blacks Can't Stop Killing Each Other

The Onion or any magazine dedicated to humor could never, absolutely ever beat what you are about to read. Courtesy of "the blacks" in North Carolina, we get this: SKOOP. [Violence in Burlington: ‘Something’s got to give: Residents form SKOOP: Stop Killing Our Own People,, June 18, 2016]:

Before beginning any discussion, the first order of business Thursday for the small group gathered in the Mayco Bigelow Center was to remember the black victims who have lost their lives to violence in Burlington.
One by one, Lonetta Love read the names of the city of Burlington’s 23 black homicide victims from the past decade. The vast majority lost their lives at the hands of black suspects.
“The issue of black on black crime is widespread,” said Love, the single mother behind the newly formed coalition SKOOP, or Stop Killing Our Own People. “It is bigger than any one organization or project. I believe we all have to come together as leaders in organizations and teachers and mentors to accomplish this. And together, I believe that we can.”
The meeting Thursday, a day after the city of Burlington’s final “community conversations” event on gun violence, involved a small, hand-picked group of mothers, teachers and concerned citizens wanting to turn around the trend of black-on-black violence in Burlington.
The group was joined by Assistant Chief Chris Verdeck of the Burlington Police Department and Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson.
“It needs to stop, and the only way we can stop it is with your help,” Verdeck told the group. “And there needs to be 100 times more people in this room. We need to be spilling out into the hallway with people that are fed up with this garbage going on in our community, and until we get to that point it’s not going to change. Until we get to the point that people are willing to stand up and fight for their community, it’s not going to change. And that’s plain and simple.”
Love, a single mother of three, moved to Apple Street in 2007 while she worked to save up money to relocate to a better neighborhood.
“The amount of damage it did to my family was detrimental,” she said.
Her son, 12 at the time, had dreams of going to Cornell and becoming a veterinarian. Despite Love’s efforts, he fell into the wrong crowds and became involved in crime.
At 18, he was flown to UNC Hospitals after being stabbed in the chest in Burlington. Several convictions later, he’s in prison.
“He has been a victim of crime and he has committed crimes,” Love said. “It is my desire that no parent have to bury their child and that no more youth will end up in jail, prison or juvenile detention.”
So when Love read the news of the Memorial Day murder of Tony Daye Jr. — and the fact that a 17-year-old girl was among the suspects charged with his killing — she quickly formed SKOOP.
Among those present for the coalition’s first meeting was Celo Faucette, Burlington’s mayor pro tem and council member. The night before, he also addressed local residents gathered on the city’s west side at St. Mark’s Church to discuss ongoing shootings into houses that have led to other crimes.
“It breaks my heart to see what’s going on in my community,” Faucette said at St. Mark’s Church. “People call us a bedroom community, and we may be. But bedrooms weren’t meant to be shot in.”
Speaking again Thursday, he told the mothers and teachers gathered that they had an important role in seeing the climate change.
“You’re the bedrock of the community,” Faucette said. “You’re the ones who can control these kids out here today. This starts at home.”
And, as the conversation unfolded, it became clear that in addition to home, changes have to be made in schools and in neighborhoods; in how children are raised and taught and in how community members report information to the police.
“Something’s got to give here,” Johnson said. “People cannot sleep in their own homes and they’re afraid. That should never happen in the city of Burlington or the county of Alamance or the state of North Carolina or anywhere else. If we turn up the heat, we’re going to need the community’s support in doing that.”
Love said that she believed black on black crime stemmed from poverty, which includes a number of other issues like lack of opportunity, lack of self-worth and respect for others, and a sense of hopelessness.
 Holy cow. Haven't we been sufficiently propagandized into being forced to believe black lives matter? And yet, because black people can't stop shooting/killing other black people in Burlington, North Carolina, the illustrious SKOOP has been formed.

You probably will recall from your high school SAT prep studies that SKOOP is perhaps the ultimate example of onomatopoeia: you know, when you put your shovel into the ground and scoop out the dirt? Hence the term: shoveling $hit...

Few things are funnier than understanding how many communities across America are combating "black on black violence" while simultaneously being lectured to that black lives matter... if black lives mattered, SKOOP wouldn't exist.

Thankfully, because SKOOP exists, once again the much derided racist white people who created Jim Crow/Sundown laws/restrictive covenants/segregation have been proven correct with this hilariously onomatopoeia aptly summing up the black experience in America.

Monday, June 20, 2016

There Exist Simple, Practical Ways to Restore Order to America: The IMPD's Operation First Step is One of Them

America is irredeemable.

You've read that phrase here probably more times than you bargained for recently, but you need to memorize it.

Commit it to memory.
Operation First Step in Indianapolis: Unleash the police to target and arrest criminals in the black community. 

Because a simple, practical action to restore order to America's nightmarish urban areas (dangerous and violent because of the black population found there) is obvious in the following story.

Though few will dare implement this plan, because the media will quickly plaster the mugshots of those pulled off the streets in the raid and the black community will immediately complain of racism for the police having the audacity to arrest only black people (never mind they are the ones with outstanding warrants). [Massive sweep is largest in IMPD's history, Indy Star, June 20, 2016]:
More than 150 officers swept across several neighborhoods on Saturday as part of the largest tactical operation in Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department’s history. ​
Named Operation First Step, the sweep's goal was to remove some of the most violent offenders, and those with propensities for violence, from Indianapolis' streets. Officers flooded areas frequented by drug dealers, and searched for people with open warrants or parole violations, IMPD Chief Troy Riggs​ told IndyStar.
Officers also detained people who police believe may have vital information that can help detectives solve open cases.
“This is not a blanket sweep,” Riggs said. “This is about making quality arrests."

By Saturday's end, police had arrested 26 people. Officers also seized four handguns, 13 grams of heroin, 8.5 grams of cocaine and marijuana, $3,500 in cash and three cars.
They also disrupted a marijuana growing operation in the basement of an east-side home and brought down a bootlegger, seizing 92 bottles of gin, 23 bottles of vodka and 182 cans of beer.
Standing in the Regional Operations Center on the city's east side, Riggs updated an IndyStar reporter on the night's progress.
"On the street, they're already hearing we're out," Riggs said.
As officers moved in on target houses, word quickly made its way back to the ROC, as the center is called. The number of arrests, penned in blue ink on a whiteboard, is erased and re-tabulated.
And in the Department of Homeland Security Situation Room, investigators scoured the social media accounts of those arrested, looking for photos and videos that may help strengthen the cases against them.
Each warrant team, Riggs said, consisted of 15 to 20 officers. The FBI, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Drug Enforcement Administration, and other city agencies assisted IMPD during the operation. Faith leaders, too, helped to comfort those who were around to see their loved ones taken away in handcuffs.
The arrested suspects were brought back to the ROC for questioning, then moved to the Marion County Jail for processing.

Hogsett's and Riggs' plans also called for a stronger commitment to community policing, including an expansion of so-called beat cops with more focused patrol areas.
The goal, they've said, is to improve the relationship between police and members of the community, as well as forge partnerships to help fight crime.
 As in every major American city (let's face it, small city as well), the crime problem is black. Screw the community that desires community policing: everywhere in America where the black community protects black criminals via the no snitching policy, the police should treat the black community as accomplices or harboring fugitives.

This story shows how easily police could restore order to city's overwhelmed by black criminality, if only they could be unleashed and if their primary directive wasn't in improving community relations.

Police should have one job: protecting private property rights and patrolling publicly funded spaces (parks), so maintain value in residential and commercial real estate and ensure citizens will feel safe in their community.

With community policing being the primary motivating factor for the IMPD (and virtually every police department in America), the only thing the police work to protect is black criminals.

But in this story you see just how easily the police could be unleashed by a local government willing and dedicated to improving the life of law-abiding citizens: simply by targeting black criminals shielded by the black community.

The one problem of Operation First Step in Indianapolis was allowing black clergy members to comfort those left behind in the houses police had recently raided. As the Indy Star reported (this is found in picture 16 of the photos accompanying the story):
David Greene (left), with fellow pastor Wayne Moore, head toward a house after a police raid... The pastors are helping give aid to people in residences where others have been taken for questioning or arrest.
Another simple, practical way to restore order to America? Arrest all black clergy in major cities, who do more to hold these cities hostage than any villain could ever dream in the Batman universe in DC Comics.

Though no statistic is available, it's obvious every houses raided and every person arrested in Operation First Step by the IMPD was non-white. At some point soon, some black pastor or black writer in Indianapolis will make this an issue and no one will point the non-white population of Indy is responsible for almost all the crime.

And this is why America is irredeemable.  

Sunday, June 19, 2016

On the boats and on the planes They're coming to America...: Detroit Free Press Profiles African Refugees Who Last Called a Mud-Hut Home

An article detailing why we must now start referring to Donald J. Trump as "President-elect Trump."


He's going to win (though it's important to consider the possibility of what America will look like if he doesn't).
What value does a Sudanese refugee (Muslim) have to America, when they just came from living in mud-huts?
We must call Donald "President-elect Trump" because of stories like this out of Detroit, detailing how African refugees to America (fresh from calling a mud-hut their domicile) are faring in the former Paris of the West. [Promised land? For this refugee family, Detroit is their best chance: They were Sudanese refugees given a new home in Detroit. But how do you survive in a land you don't understand?, Detroit Free Press, June 19, 2016]:
The girl with the crimson head scarf sat on her driveway, legs stretched out flat on the pavement in front of her, washing her clothes in a little bucket of water held between her knees, the way she did back home in Sudan.
Her family had a washer and dryer in their west-side Detroit basement, but they had no idea how to use them. So Safia, the older daughter at 19, washed her clothes outside, and then strung the wet garments on the rusty fence between her new American home and the abandoned house next door.
“I just like being in the sun,” she claimed shyly, through an interpreter.
Only a month before, the Yacoub family — mom and four boys and two girls — was languishing in a tent city in the eastern deserts of Chad after fleeing the ethnic cleansing of their tiny village in neighboring Sudan.

The Yacoub family lived a good life in Sudan until war forced them out. After years of life in refugee camps, the family made it to the United States on April 1, 2016, with hopes for a better future.

Before that, before the war in Darfur came to their doorstep, their home was a mud hut with a grass roof and a dirt floor. They had no plumbing or electricity. Their water came from a river, carried home by their donkey. Their food came from a garden or from their cattle. Their toilet was a stand of nearby trees.
Suddenly they were whisked into the 21st Century, deposited in a battered but sturdy three-bedroom home in some place they’d never heard of called Detroit. Their new house had baffling contraptions like faucets and locking doorknobs and a stove they didn’t know how to use.
They spoke no English. They had no friends or family in America. And the personal belongings they brought with them fit into two shopping bags. The mother is disabled, most of her kids are too young to work and have very little schooling. And they arrived with no foreseeable way to support themselves, other than some temporary assistance that had a quickly approaching expiration date.
Welcome to your new life, they were told. Now become self-sufficient.
For them, it was like going to another planet.
“I still don’t understand the life here,” said Mariam, the 37-year-old mother of six, through a translator. Her large, round eyes were anxious. “I still have a hard time understanding the language. I don’t understand anything.”

Everything around them at West Warren Avenue and Greenfield Road was bewildering — the paved streets, the busy traffic speeding by, the neon-lighted signs on all the restaurants and bakeries lining the main roads, the constant motion and activity, all the loud noises.
While the recurring debate over accepting immigrants and refugees into the U.S. has been triggered by the conflict in Syria and inflamed by the heated rhetoric of the 2016 presidential election, refugees from a number of other war-ravaged countries have been quietly and steadily becoming the newest guests of the U.S., year after year.

The U.S. resettled about 70,000 refugees last year. This year will bring 85,000 of them, including seven Muslims from a small tribe in an African desert now settling in a city sorely in need of new residents to offset the loss of a million people over the past half century.
But coming to America doesn’t mean a suddenly easy life for refugees like them. They’re expected to adapt quickly to their new home and become productive citizens, a challenge even for those fleeing places like Syria or Iraq, countries with big cities and modern technology.
For a family like the Yacoubs, however, who lived simple lives in primitive conditions before being chosen to escape, that transition is even harder. To them, America is a dazzling, overwhelming, futuristic place. Even the version of America that’s embodied in a run-down old neighborhood in Detroit.
Still, it’s not Darfur. Despite the enormous challenges they knew they’d face adapting to an entirely new existence, they were simply happy to be alive somewhere. And when you’ve spent life in either a tent or a mud hut, inner-city Detroit looks much better than it does to those born here.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, which administers the camps, screened the Yacoubs and passed them to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, which approved their asylum request and handed them to the U.S. State Department's Bureau for Population, Refugees and Migration. That bureau chose where to relocate them and referred them to the Office of Refugee Resettlement, which gave their case to the social services agency Samaritas — formerly Lutheran Social Services — in Michigan.

With a budget of nearly $124 million — most of it federal money, some of it donations — Samaritas served almost 20,000 people in Michigan last year, including elderly and disabled people and about 3,400 refugees from various countries who were settled in Grand Rapids, Battle Creek and metro Detroit.
The Yacoub family arrived at Detroit Metropolitan Airport on March 30. They had few documents, no medical records. There were no doctors in Tukultukul. When illness struck in the village, the family said, the elders took care of it themselves with folk treatments. “I got sick from being in the sun once, and they threw me in the river,” Nassour said, laughing.
They didn’t even know their own birth dates, and almost all were assigned Jan. 1 in the year each thinks he or she was born.
The family was taken to a house on the city’s west side, to a largely Arab neighborhood where thousands of other refugees of war have settled, on the border with heavily Muslim east Dearborn.
“We really try to place people where we think they’re going to be the most successful, where they have external support that they can rely on, and that they’re going to have a better time integrating into the community,” said Vickie Thompson-Sandy, president of Samaritas. “So knowing that they speak Arabic was probably part of some level of decision making.”
Samaritas provides both practical and financial assistance to refugees for 180 days, after which they are expected to have learned to support themselves. Eighty-eight percent of the refugees who get settled in Michigan by Samaritas, Thompson-Sandy said, succeed in doing so within that time.
“The goal is really to help them integrate into communities,” said Thompson-Sandy. “Our job is to get them gainfully employed and self-sufficient.”
The Yacoubs received a one-time, federally funded grant of $925 per family member to tide them over and were assigned a caseworker to help them navigate the labyrinth of assistance options. She got them Social Security cards, signed them up for Medicaid, rented them a house, enrolled them in the food stamp program, found them a nearby mosque to attend, and made calls to local schools to see about enrolling the children at some point. The family had no idea how to do any of this.
“The problem is they don’t have any English language skills, and even their Arabic language is so hard to understand sometimes,” said Arjwan Khudhur, the Arabic-speaking caseworker assigned to them.
“I taught them how to go to the supermarket, how to buy food, how to use the food stamps. I assisted the mother to open a bank account, how to use her debit card, a lot of things I did for them. But step by step they’re going to learn more and more.”

The most important task was applying for Social Security Disability Insurance for Mariam. She clearly can’t work. She walks haltingly and hunched with a cane, lurching forward one contorted step at a time. Khudhur filled out the application for Mariam’s assistance, and waited.
In exchange, Mariam was required to take English classes and enter a 21-day, state-sponsored, work-participation program to assess how far she is from being employable.
Khudhur has spent a decade with Samaritas helping refugees and has a dozen or so families rotating through her caseload at a given time. Among them was a recently arrived Iraqi man who’s both deaf and mute and tries to understand her by reading her lips.
The Yacoub family is even harder to help, she said.
The agency included a short description of the family in an e-mail call for volunteers, because one caseworker couldn’t possibly handle all of their challenges alone.
“It’s a single mom — a disabled woman, a pregnant daughter," Khudhur said, adding that Mariam's other daughter had already been to the emergency room twice. “They don’t have transportation, they don’t have a sponsor. I have to be with them in every single step, or it’s not going to work.”
A lot of people will question why the country is accepting refugees who arrive with no way to contribute. Thompson-Sandy knows this. But she’s convinced the Yacoubs will eventually become productive citizens, and that taking them in is the right thing to do.
“This country was built by people seeking new opportunities and freedom and refuge from danger and persecution,” she said. “We have a long history of welcoming refugees. Even if they don’t know how to use the washing machine at first and aren’t fluent in English, they take jobs that others won’t. It makes sense for our country to accept refugees. It’s good for our marketplace. They add value.”

No, they don't add value.

 Neither did the black people who migrated to Detroit during the 1920s/1930s  and helped turn The Arsenal of Democracy into the prime example of Africa in America. 

Say it with me, folks: America is irredeemable.

America is not a marketplace; it is a nation.

Well, it was a nation.

Donald J. Trump wants to Make America Great Again, because presently we import people to our nation as refugees who recently lived in a mud-hut.

Friday, June 17, 2016

What If Trump Loses?

Is America irredeemable?


Without question.
He forced us to confront - inadvertently - our racial dispossession in America 20 years early. Perhaps in defeat, we will ultimately garner victory...

But Donald J. Trump came out of nowhere to force white America to confront its dispossession 20 years before the fabled moment when white people would be a minority (projected) in the nation their ancestors founded, built, and nurtured into something beyond anything our historical records can replicate.

For this, we must be eternally grateful to Mr. Trump (though he forced this confrontation with our racial displacement inadvertently). June 2016 offered one of those profound, earth-shattering moments in my life, and I will always, deeply be thankful to Mr. Trump for what he started, even if - perhaps inevitably - we don't like how it ends.

But what happens if he loses?

We are at a crazy moment in our history, and I'm not sure many people of European descent understand what's happening.

So what happens if Mr. Trump loses in November?

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Washington Post Laments the Lack of White People in West Baltimore (Enjoying the Benefits of Warzone Africans in America Create)

People know exactly what is happening in 65 percent black Baltimore, Washington Post.

Exactly what is happening.

We call it the logical conclusion of what transpires in a city transforming from one based on the standards of civilization/civility/law/order white people set, to just another reminder of what Africans in America create: similar conditions to what Africans in Africa create. [‘I don’t know if people understand what is happening in Baltimore’, Washington Post, June 16, 2016]:
As a group of men tossed bills and dice against a sidewalk outside the McCulloh Homes housing project one spring afternoon, Tavon Winder confronted two onlookers to ask if they were with the police. The game was illegal. He didn’t want any problems.
He’d had enough in his life. Under the 31-year-old’s T-shirt, a scar snaked up his stomach, and beneath his pant leg, he balanced his weight on a prosthetic leg.
Both injuries were gained not from a far-off war but from a shooting on a nearby corner in West Baltimore.
“It’s rough,” said Winder, a father of two who admits to selling drugs in 2002 when he was shot. “I know a lot of brothers and friends that are gone. I almost lost my life right down at the end of the street.”
Next door to the housing project that was featured in the HBO series “The Wire” are two schools in one building: Renaissance Academy High School and Booker T.
Washington Middle School for the Arts. Those who work here say the building’s red-brick facade is a flimsy shield against a neighborhood and city all too familiar with bloodshed.
[ A Baltimore teen comes of age in a city coming apart]
A recent survey of 209 students at the schools reveals a generation with a stark familiarity with violence. Of the youths questioned, 43 percent said they witness physical violence one to three times per week, and 40 percent knew someone with a gun. More than 37 percent said they knew someone under the age of 19 who had been killed by violence, according to the survey released in February by Promise Heights, an initiative run through the University of Maryland School of Social Work that provides support to schools and community residents.
Renaissance mourned three students this school year lost to violence: Ananias Jolley, 17, who was stabbed in a biology classroom and died a month later; Darius Bardney, 16, who was killed in an apparent accidental shooting at an apartment building; and Daniel Jackson, 17, who was shot several times less than two miles from the school.
“I don’t know if people understand what is happening in Baltimore,” Renaissance Academy Principal Nikkia Rowe said. “If you just rode around the city and took pictures of the memorials that are standing from the candlelight vigils, it would blow your mind.”
She sometimes recommends students join the military after graduating because, she said, it seems a safer option.
Rachel Donegan, program director of Promise Heights, said that it’s hard to do future planning for teenagers in general, but that the challenge is especially difficult “for kids whose future honestly doesn’t have a lot of meaning for them.”
Somehow, the conditions found in this almost entirely black section of West Baltimore will be blamed on white people.

America is irredeemable.

The conditions black individuals collectively create in West Baltimore, featured in this sympathetic Washington Post piece, are exactly the reasons why segregation, Jim Crow, sundown laws, and restrictive covenants once existed: to protect white civilization and the communities white people create from Africans in America.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

A Story from 2014 Showing Fragility of America (Or How a Foreign Nation Could Forever Showcase Irredeemable Nature of the USA)

A story virtually unreported by the national press from 2014.

Scratch that: a story that didn't penetrate out of Rhode Island, because it illustrates how the Free Shit Army (FSA) in America is prepared to disrupt civilization in pursuit of the 'American Dream' your tax dollars provide them. [Residents flood office to apply for Section 8 housing,, July 15, 2014]:
Posts on Facebook and Twitter prompted more than 1,000 people to apply for low-cost housing in Lincoln on Tuesday.
Town officials expected a crowd of a couple of hundred when the Lincoln Housing Authority opened up its waiting list of Section 8 housing.
But they never imagined the influx of people they would see after a couple of people posted the news on Facebook.
Venus Gomes, of Pawtucket, said she wasn't surprised by the big turnout.
"It was on Facebook that Lincoln was giving out Section 8. Somebody wrote that, then it spread like wildfire," she said.
Police directed traffic outside, and Claudette Kuligowski of the Housing Authority directed traffic inside. She said it's the first time in seven years they've opened up the waiting list in Lincoln.
"Now we have a little more money and that's why we wanted to get the list bigger. So we could try to serve more people and serve more Lincoln residents as well," Kuligowski said.
People who live or work in Lincoln get priority and you're required to live in town for a year if you get a voucher. But the vouchers are portable and people came from all over.
"I've heard it takes three to four years sometimes. But it will be worth it the long run, you know?" said Will Morton, of Providence.
The last time they opened the list, Kuligowski said about 250 people showed up. She said they received more than 1,000 applications.
"Never did I think it would be like this, never. I feel bad because they're not all going to get help," Kuligowski said.
Kuligowski said the Lincoln Housing Authority has only four vouchers to issue.
For more information on how to apply and who qualifies for the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program, check the Lincoln Housing Authority web site.
 Some people still believe America is a fine cashmere sweater; but if you pull a single thread, the facade will unravel, revealing the unpleasant racial realities we've spent 50+ years (and trillions of dollars) trying to pretend don't exist.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

"The supreme function of statesmanship is to provide against preventable evils."

"All I know is that to see, and not to speak, would be the great betrayal."

So said Enoch Powell at the conclusion of his famed (infamous) "Rivers of Blood" speech.

Watching the news since the shooting of a gay bar (attended almost exclusively by Amerindians) by a 2nd generation Muslim - whose parents emigrated from Afghanistan - has been surreal. Knowing this Islamic terror attack is now being used as a catalyst for disarming white people and restricting gun rights is even more surreal.

Today, President Obama lashed out at Donald J. Trump in a manner seriously suggesting he might actually find time five times a day to bow to Mecca, leaving one scratching their head to understand if our Commander-in-Chief actually has the best interest of Americans in mind when he wakes up every morning.


It's surreal.

So I leave you with this. Powell's speech (sadly, no actually recording of this historic speech exists, so this is a dramatic interpretation of it).

America is irredeemable: we are not.

Monday, June 13, 2016

Meanwhile, 65% Black Memphis Continues to Provide Accurate Picture of Gun Violence Problem in America...

A mother at 17, who was only hours away graduation (from the aptly named Booker T. Washington High School in Memphis).

WREG, the CBS affiliate in Memphis, tells us she had "turned her life around" and was preparing for college.

She is just another victim of black gun violence in Memphis, the type of victim virtually no one cares about documenting anymore because her death is such a depressing reminder of black dysfunction and an aggressive reminder of why white people no longer wish to risk their lives in the majority black city. [Toddler to accept diploma of slain mother at BTW graduation, Memphis Commercial-Appeal, May 23, 2016]:
One-year-old Kylan Johnson will walk with his grandmother across the stage at Booker T. Washington's graduation on Saturday to pick up his mother's diploma.
The toddler was given the honor after his mother, Myneishia Johnson, 18, was shot and killed Sunday in Downtown Memphis. Johnson's funeral is scheduled for Friday.
"She was looking forward to graduation. Now I'm going to bury her in her cap and gown," Myneishia's mother, Terri Johnson, said Monday. "She was such a fun person. She loved to laugh."
Myneishia was walking with friends on Second Street across from the Flying Saucer on Sunday around 12:30 a.m. when a man in a car drove by and opened fire, police said. The bullets struck Myneishia and her two friends. She died at the scene while a 19-year-old and 23-year-old were taken to Regional Medical Center.  Police don’t believe she was the target.
Kwasi Corbin, 19, was arrested and charged with first-degree murder in Sunday's shooting. In an affidavit, Corbin told police that he pointed an assault rifle and opened fire into the group. The motive is unknown. Neither Myneishia's mother nor her basketball coach recognized Corbin, they said.
Guns, cash and references to the "Crash Mob" group are prominently featured on Corbin's Facebook page. Although Corbin doesn't have a serious juvenile record, he has gotten into trouble in both Shelby County and Southaven, records show. In Southaven, he'd been arrested for two counts of domestic violence as well as disorderly conduct/resisting arrest.
In Memphis, he was wanted on outstanding warrants for assault (March 15, 2015), aggravated assault (Sept. 15, 2015) and domestic assault (March 22). Authorities attempted to arrest Corbin three times, officials said, with no luck.
Myneishia had been playing basketball since the ninth grade, her mother said. The honor student was considering going to college but hadn't decided which one. Steven McKinney, who coached Myneishia in both basketball and volleyball at BTW, said she was also considering a career in the military. McKinney added that Myneishia had recently gotten a job at Burger King to help provide for her son.
Myneishia is one of 46 teens and juveniles gunned down in Memphis since 2010. The number of slain youths, 18 and under, has been steadily increasing each year. So far this year, 14 children and teens have been killed by gun violence. That's higher than any other year since 2010. Of those, more than 90 percent are black, according to homicide data.
Sunday's killing stunned Memphians because violent crime in the heart of Downtown is rare.
Downtown Memphis Commission president Terence Patterson said he is taking this violent crime seriously, adding that 6 million visitors come to Downtown each year.
"We continue to work at making sure Downtown is safe and secure," Patterson said.
Memphis Police Col. Gloria Bullock said there is already a large police presence Downtown following Sunday's homicide, but she emphasized in a written statement that crime in this area is uncommon.
"Our prayers are sent for the family and friends of the victims of this heinous crime.
We will continue to do our best to provide a safe environment for tourists and residents," Bullock said.
Despite the rarity of Sunday's shooting, some Memphians say they are afraid crime is inching closer to them.
"I bring my kids down here and it makes me nervous. They'll visit me at the office or we'll go to lunch," said Nick Brown as he stood Monday at the spot where Johnson was killed.
For Valerie Henderson, crime in Downtown Memphis hits closer to home.
Henderson's son, Calvin Wilhite, was fatally shot last May 24 — a year ago today — on Fourth Street and Dr. Martin L. King Avenue Downtown. Wilhite, an Iraq War veteran, was in Memphis before training and eventual deployment to Afghanistan.
"I was more scared when he was in Memphis (than when he was deployed)," she said.
"Memphis has become so dangerous. You can't go out and have a good time without worrying that something might happen."
There's a moral in this story of an 18-year-old single black mother, mere hours away from graduating from Booker T. Washington High School in Memphis, only to be gunned down by another black person at 2:00 a.m., thus creating a scenario where her one-year-old black son walked across the stage to accept her diploma... I'm just not quite sure what it is.

Sunday, June 12, 2016

May I introduce you to President-Elect Trump...

It's time we start to understand what is happening.

Few in the world seem to even try at this point.

It's my feeling we are one major incident away from massive change; the kind of seismic shift historians long from now will wonder in amazement if some deity had a hand in shaping.

Will it be in the United States of America or Europe?

Who knows?

But what Mr. Donald J. Trump has shown with his miraculous campaign for the Republican nomination for President is something few could ever have imagined in June 2015: there is hope. America might be irredeemable, but the American people are not.

Orlando was an Islamic terror attack.

Were a Jeb Bush or Marco Rubio the presumptive nominee from the GOP at this point, it's quite easy to speculate Mitt Romney wouldn't be lecturing anyone on "trickle down racism."

But because Donald J. Trump stood up when others had fallen to their knees, the current "trickle" is on the verge of being a torrent.

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Is Trump Prepared to Wage War on HUD?

More on this very soon at (exclusive new piece by PK next week), but it appears Donald J. Trump is ready to fire at the foundations of Black-Run America.

We call it BRA: It keeps Freedom of Association from happening. [NY Official: Trump Will Discontinue Fed Takeover Of Local Ordinances, Daily Caller, June 9, 2016]:

Donald Trump told Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino Tuesday he will discontinue the Housing and Urban Development regulation that allows the federal government to dictate local and state zoning laws. 
Following a press conference Trump gave in Briarcliff Manor to reporters announcing he would give a major speech next week, Astorino met with the presumptive GOP nominee and discussed the battle he is engaged in with the Justice Department and HUD over an affordable housing settlement made in 2009 between Astorino’s predecessor and a New York based five person non profit, which put the county on the hook for 750 units of affordable housing.
Astorino argues the federal government now wants more than what the county originally agreed to in the settlement and can actually afford. In 2015, HUD Sec. Julian Castro established a rule, known as Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH). 
“[Trump] is aware of it and he understands it and he absolutely opposes what the Obama administration is trying to do and what Hillary would perpetuate. It’s urbanizing the suburbs and it’s taking away the rights of local communities through their own elected officials to determine how their community is made up,” Astorino told The Daily Caller. “And that’s exactly what the Obama administration is doing through the powers of the federal government. It would not continue under the [Trump] administration.”
With apologies to Game of Thrones, Trump is Coming. 

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

You Go To a Funeral and a Shooting Breaks Out... Life in Black Baltimore



Hockey-mask wearing villains.

All the nightmarish characters found in cinema.

In our world, a far more sinister threat exists. [Attacks on elderly women, carjackings and muggings raise fears among Baltimore residents, shopkeepers, Baltimore Sun, June 4, 2016]

Black people.

They are the ones attacking elderly women, participating in carjackings and muggings and raising the level of fear among Baltimore residents and shopkeepers.

Black people. 

And, courtesy of "the blacks" (thanks Donald Trump!), we get this story![Suspect Accused Of Shooting Father At Service For Slain Brother, CBS Baltimore, June 7, 2016]:
A suspect has been taken into custody after police say he shot his own father at a memorial service for his slain brother.
Ava-joye Burnett has more on what police say led to the incident.
It was supposed to be a time for the family to come together, but instead, police tell WJZ a son shot his father after an argument broke out at the church.
A service for Antonio Addison, who was murdered last month, took an unexpected turn on Tuesday when police say the murder victim’s brother pulled out a gun and shot his own father.
The New Song Worship and Arts Center on Calhoun Street was packed with mourners who saw everything.
“They got into some sort of an argument at this repast over what was said or how it was said at the funeral, and the suspect in this case decided to pull out a gun that he brought with him to this event and shot his own father,” said T.J. Smith, Baltimore Police Department.
The father shot inside the church was in serious condition Tuesday. People who live in the Sandtown neighborhood are concerned that not even a place of worship is exempt from violence.
After the shooting, word spread fast. People were concerned for their loved ones still inside.
“This is a community, a well united community, and to have people out here not knowing what’s going on is not good at all,” one woman said.
The chaos inside the church right around 3 p.m. happened next door to a school.

Police believe the fight may have broken out because of a disagreement over the obituary.
“Fortunately, no one else was injured as a result of this, and again, it’s just that senseless violence that we talk about,” said Smith.
Charges are pending against the 26-year-old who shot his own dad.
Police say they will release the suspect’s name after he’s been charged.



Hockey-mask wearing villains.

All the nightmarish characters found in cinema.

In our world, a far more sinister threat exists.

And you fund their proliferation...

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

"It happened before. It will happen again. It's just a question of when."

The Day the EBT Card Runs Out. 

It's a scenario most people believe is fantasy.  It's a scenario I believe will one day be reality in America.

And one that day, every stereotype ever held will come to life in one absolutely pure racial moment of truth.

For those paying attention, we just got a glimpse the other day. [VIDEO: Obese Woman Starts Trashing Store After EBT Card Gets Refused: "Call the police!",, June 6, 2016]:
A video currently going viral shows an obese woman trashing a store because her food stamps benefit card was declined.

The clip features the unnamed woman lumbering around the convenience store sweeping items off the shelves as she repeatedly mumbles, “Call the police, call the police!”
The woman begins to knock over entire shelves as she continues the tirade while one shopper asks her, “What the f**k you doing?”

Her belligerent behavior continues until shop workers manage to grab her and haul her considerable frame outside.
The video provides a glimpse of what could happen if a widespread glitch affects EBT cards nationwide.
Back in 2013, several Walmart stores suffered looting and “mini-riots” following an EBT card shutoff, which was caused after a routine check by vendor Xerox Corp. resulted in a system failure.
Managers were forced to close a Walmart in Philadelphia, Mississippi when people reacted to the failure by staging a “mini-riot.”

Shoppers also attempted to loot hundreds of dollars worth of groceries at Walmart stores in Springhill and Mansfield, Louisiana after the glitch temporarily allowed them to make unlimited purchases on their EBT cards.
According to USDA estimates, food stamp participation increased from 17 million users in 2000 to nearly 47 million in 2014, although the number of Americans using EBT cards has declined by around 1.5 million since 2012.
That's shocking growth in the span of just 14 years. It represents an army, feed and provided for by the U.S. taxpayer. 

But the fun will end. The party will one day be over. 

The Day the EBT Card Runs Out is the moment every racial illusion ends.