Saturday, March 31, 2018

Black In-School Suspension High School Teacher Arrested After Threatening to "Execute every White Man He Gets his Hands on"

Previously on SBPDL: Two Blacks, Affiliated With Black Panthers, Planned to Bomb 90% White Elementary School in Birmingham Suburbs and Then Kill Police/First Responders to Start a Race War

A black in-school suspension coordinator at a high school in Connecticut (with a 92% non-white student body population) threatens to "execute every white man," saying he couldn't wait for the '[Black] Panthers to give the ok and a revolution begins because he will execute every white man he gets his hands on.' [High school placed on lockdown after staffer threatened to 'execute every white man,' police say, Fox News, 3-30-18]:
A high school in Connecticut was on lockdown Wednesday after a school employee who wanted to “execute every white man” threatened to go on a killing rampage, police said.
Has CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times or the Washington Post highlighted this story? 
A suspect identified as Carl Lemon, 63, an in-school suspension coordinator at Harding High School in Bridgeport, was charged with second-degree threat and breach of peace, the Connecticut Post reported. He was released on $5,000 bond. 
Officers responded to the school following an alert of a possible threatening situation. Dane Brown, the school’s principal, said the man made threatening comments to a teacher. 
Police claim Lemon said he hates white people and couldn’t wait “for the panthers to give the OK and a revolution begins because he will execute every white man he gets his hands on.” 
The school staff member also allegedly stomped on an American flag and told students in the classroom that “This is what I think about it.”
How many other black people across America harbor the same anti-white view s as Lemon?
During the police investigation, Principal Brown said she found an anonymous note in her mailbox regarding Lemon’s troubling behavior. 
“Mr. Lemon talks about shooting whites a lot! He watches radical stuff during class. I am scared he will do something … he is crazy,” the note reportedly read. 
Lemon previously faced charges of creating a public disturbance, disorderly conduct, and harassment. The charges were later dropped.
Why is Fox News afraid to mention Carl Lemon, who wanted to "execute every white man he could get his hands on," was a black man?

Friday, March 30, 2018

In 60% White Chattanooga, TN, Local Media Once Again Highlights How Mass Arrests of the Most Violent Gang Members are All Black People

Previously on SBPDL: ‘Worst of the Worst’ (All Black People) Removed From the Streets of Chattanooga; Black Community Comes to Their Defense

Before we begin our journey, let's consider the facts. Chattanooga, Tennessee is 60 percent white and roughly 33 percent black. For 2016, basically all fatal and nonfatal gun violence in the city was committed by blacks

A few years ago, the newspaper in Chattanooga tried to quantified the cost homicide to the city, though it tried to gloss over the race responsible for the bulk of the homicides.

Hint: blacks. 
March 28, 2018 -- who are the people making 60 percent white Chattanooga a violent place? 

And five years after trying to remove the 'worst of the worst' from the city of Chattanooga, war has been declared on a black gang by the Hamilton County District Attorney office. It's the type of story easily replicated in county after county across not just the southeast, but the entire United States. [54 Chattanooga gang members indicted on racketeering charges, 5 murders linked, News Channel 9, 3-28-18]:
In a groundbreaking development, Hamilton County District Attorney Neal Pinkston announced Wednesday that he is using the state racketeering law to go after a Chattanooga gang for the first time. The indictments include charges related to five separate homicides, including the kidnapping and murder of Bianca Horton.
The law that made today's indictments possible is called the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, also known as RICO. Hamilton County Court Clerk Vince Dean tells us this is the first time he knows of that a 2012 amendment to the law is being applied in Tennessee.
November 17, 2013... same city, same people behind the misery, vice, and mayhem

"Before 2012 each individual would have to be charged with an individual crime, and there would have been no way to connect the individuals together to show that they were in fact organized crime," Dean said. "This law allows law enforcement to show that these criminal gangs are organized crime." 
Dean hopes this will be an example for others across the state. 
"Going through this experience will allow the district attorneys across the state of Tennessee to look at this model and be able to use it in their communities and make their communities safer places."
Most Americans, even those reading SBPDL on a daily basis, are completely unaware of the monopoly black people have on crime in this country.

One municipality, Chattanooga, Tennessee, has been responsible for two incredible stories a mere five years apart, where large numbers of blacks have been arrested for violent crimes and publicly acknowledged by the media as the perpetrators of vice, misery, and mayhem in the community.

Were we in control of the media and able to coordinate such operations with the police, the public perception of black people in the USA would change within one month from the apotheosis state they currently enjoy to one reflecting - befitting - their actual contributions to our nation.

Thursday, March 29, 2018

Black Lives Matter? Black Peace Activist Shot By Fellow Blacks in 65% Black Memphis

Previously on SBPDL: Memphis Commercial Appeal's "Wounded City" Series on Gun Violence Fails to Note Blacks are Suspects in Almost Every Fatal/Nonfatal Shooting in the 65% Black City

Guns aren't killing Memphis.

Guns aren't the reason police form an army around heavily trafficked tourist areas in the city.

Blacks are killing Memphis.

"Ride of Tears" is an organization in Memphis trying to convince black people to stop killing/shooting other black people. One of their members was shot and almost killed by another black person...

Blacks are the reason police form an army around heavily trafficked tourist areas in the city.

Black people using guns for violent acts in Memphis is the reason the "Ride of Tears" organization exists. 

Which brings us to this. [Memphis peace activist shot, fighting for her life,, 3-27-18]
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - - A peace activist is fighting for her life after falling victim to the very kind of crime she's trying to stop. 
Choosey Parker was shot March 18 near the Purple Haze nightclub downtown. 
Two men have been charged in the incident, according to police records. 
Alan Neal, 27, of West Memphis faces aggravated assault and weapons charges. 
Frank Tuggle, 43, of Memphis also is charged with aggravated assault. 
Neal told police that Tuggle, who was at the club with Parker, attacked him armed with a handgun. 
Witnesses told police they saw Neal and Tuggle in a confrontation outside the club and heard multiple gunshots, but could not determine who fired first. Police said shell casings from two different weapons were found at the scene. 
Tuggle was shot in the leg, while Parker was shot in the abdomen and taken to a hospital in extremely critical condition. 
Parker works with a number of anti-gun violence organizations in town.She's a member of "Ride of Tears." 
They use mock funeral processions as a symbol that gun violence can lead to someone's final ride. 
They did one in July and now, they're doing one for Parker, who is still alive.Stevie Moore supports "Ride of Tears" and runs his own anti-gun violence organization. 
He says Parker films his events. 
"It's an energetic young lady that's trying so hard to be a part of something positive, save our community," Moore says. 
He's confident she'll pull through and says he needs her back. 
"I am convinced that she will shoot another film for me as soon as she's out and able to hold that camera and point it at me and what I'm doing," Moore says. 
He says what happened to her is another argument for stricter gun control. 
"A lot of people say guns don't kill, people kill. That's true, but if they didn't have no gun they'd have to kill 'em with ink pen, a ball bat. They couldn't just take a life that easy," Moore says. 
A family friend says Parker had a major operation Monday and was doing a little better. 
No date for that ride has been set.
Black. Lives. Matter. 

End of story, right? 

When people lack impulse control, a sense of future-time orientation and have higher rates of testosterone (aggression: see lack of impulse control), it doesn't matter if they have access to guns or not; whatever weapon they can procure will be sufficient for inflicting maximum carnage.

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

#WakandaIsntReal: Only Blacks Can Be Citizens of Liberia, an African Nation Where 73% of its Gross National Income Comes from Foreign Aid

Are you sitting down? 


Take your time. 

Pull up a chair. 

Have a seat. 
The American Colonization Society bestowed Africans in America their own nation in Africa. In 2013,  73 percent of Liberia's gross national income came from foreign aid... #WakandaIsntReal


Because here's your shot. [Trump to let temporary legal status for Liberians expire, Axios, 3-27-18]:
President Trump announced Tuesday that he will let the Deferred Enforced Departure status for Liberians expire on March 31st as is scheduled and will not extend legal protection for them to remain in the U.S. Recipients of the special legal status who have been in the U.S. since 2002 will have a year before forced to leave the U.S. 
The backstory: The special legal status was first implemented in 1999 shortly after Liberia's civil war, and has been extended every year by Clinton, Bush and Obama. The White House's statement says that Liberia "has made significant progress in restoring stability and democratic governance" and has also made progress in preventing Ebola outbreaks. The Department of Homeland Security has recently announced the end of Temporary Protective Status for those from El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Sudan.
Okay, how about another shot? [A Decade of Aid Dependence in Liberia, Huffington Post, 8-13-2013]:
A decade ago, the Accra Comprehensive Peace Agreement ended 14 years of civil war in Liberia.  
Under President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf — the first female head of state in Africa and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011 — much progress has been made. Elections have been held, debt has been forgiven and economic growth has been impressive. 
The government has signed up to a host of international standards and best practices, related to everything from natural resources management to government transparency. 
Since 2003, the international community has poured billions of dollars of aid into the country. In 2011 alone, OECD data indicates that Liberia received $765 million in official development assistance, 73 percent of its gross national income. Hundreds of international NGOs have set up offices and deployed staff to manage projects. 
The United Nations spends more than $500 million a year on its peacekeeping force, which a decade after the peace agreement still totals 7,500 troops. 
In spite of all this, Liberia is still one of the poorest countries on earth. 
More than 50 percent of the population lives in extreme poverty on less than $0.50 a day, life expectancy is just 57 years, the population is one of the least skilled anywhere and illiteracy is above 60 percent. The U.N. ranks Liberia 182nd out of 187 countries on its Human Development Index, and Liberia was recently featured toward the bottom of Transparency International’s Global Corruption Barometer
Still sober? 

Seriously, you must have a buzz going, right? 

Well, here's the chaser. [Liberia Considers Allowing Non-Blacks to Become Citizens, Breitbart, 3-14-2018]:
In his first annual message to the legislature in January—roughly equivalent in ceremonial significance to a State of the Union address—Liberian President George Manneh Weah called for eliminating the “unnecessary, racist, and inappropriate” constitutional clause that bars non-blacks from becoming full citizens of his nation. 
Liberia’s top Muslim cleric responded this week by warning that black citizens would be marginalized and oppressed if the rules are changed. He accused Liberian residents who are not black of harboring dual loyalties and criticized Weah for appointing two Christians as his religious advisers instead of naming a Muslim. 
In his address to legislators, President Weah said the constitutional requirement that all citizens of Liberia must be black “may have had every reason and justification” when the document was framed in 1847, because the country was mean to be a safe home for former slaves “fleeing from the oppressive yoke of slavery imposed upon them by white slave owners.” 
“This may have been appropriate for the 19th Century and for the threats and conditions that existed at that time,” Weah said. “However, here in the 21st Century, I am of the view that these threats no longer exist, and that conditions have changed. In these circumstances, it is my view that keeping such a clause in our constitution is unnecessary, racist, and inappropriate for the place that Liberia occupies today in the comity of nations. It also contradicts the very definition of Liberia, which is derived from the Latin word ‘liber,’ meaning ‘liberty.’”
No way you are sober now.

Who fears a black planet?

Knowing the history of black Liberia(the Liberian Nationality Law), a nation where Africans in America were recolonized and had a chance to build their own Wakanda, you better believe the fear of a black planet should be real.

All too real.

Not only did Weah criticize the blacks-only requirement as a racist anomaly in a more enlightened age, especially for a country that models itself on America, but he frankly explained that allowing non-blacks to become citizens, apply for dual citizenship, and obtain full property rights was vital to the “development and progress of this country.”

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Kroger Grocery Store in 69% Black Macon, Georgia Closing Because of "declining sales and negative profit over an extended period" (laymen terms: b/c of black criminality)

Previously on SBPDL: Two Kroger Grocery Stores in 98% Black communities in Memphis Closing Because of High Rates of Theft

Macon, Georgia is 69 percent black and 27 percent white. 

Why is this important? 

Because it helps explain why a Kroger location in the city - Kroger being one of America's largest grocery chains - is closing because of "declining sales and negative profit over an extended period"...[Macon midtown Kroger closing next month,, 3-26-18]:

Midtown Macon and its Vineville and Stanislaus neighborhoods are losing their grocery store. 
The Visible Hand of Black Economics strikes again in 69 percent black Macon, Georgia
The Kroger store at 400 Pio Nono Ave. is scheduled to close April 20, the company's Atlanta division announced Monday. 
"We're dumbfounded," one worker said Monday as the news became public.

The building, with its clock tower rising up between Vineville, English and Roff avenues, employs 125 workers and does a brisk business at the gas pumps. 
"All 125 associates will be considered for reassignment to other Kroger locations as outlined in the company's collective bargaining agreement," a release stated. 
The statement cited "declining sales and negative profit over an extended period" as the reason the store will be closing. 
"Its closure is necessary to make Kroger more competitive in the market," the release stated. 
Shoppers were encouraged to choose the Kroger locations at 660 North Ave., about 3.4 miles away, or 4650 Forsyth Road, 3.7 miles away, or 4628 Presidential Parkway, a little more than 4 miles from the midtown store. 
Locations on Tom Hill Sr. Boulevard and Hartley Bridge Road also will remain open. 
In August 1994, residents of the Vineville Neighborhood Association fought plans for the store, and a Bibb County judge ruled against the company that December, saying that the Macon-Bibb County Planning and Zoning Commission's approval of the project was "a manifest abuse" of its authority. The association maintained that the store would bring an increase in traffic, noise, trash — and a decrease in property values. 
The Planning and Zoning Commission approved new plans in March 1995, but neighbors sued again. 
After months of legal battles, the Georgia Supreme Court approved Kroger's project. 
Work began on the 23-acre site in January 1997, and the 78,000-square-foot building opened that November. 
"One of our arguments back then was that the store ... would not be successful," said Jim Marshall, a former Macon mayor who represented the association in litigation. "Our worry was that it wouldn't have staying power. It's hard to imagine what you might wind up putting in there." 
The historic Vine-Ingle community seemed to eventually embrace the "CitiCenter" concept, which had a nail salon, insurance agency, gift shop, bank and police precinct inside. 
A toy train circled the frozen food section, and the store had enough bells and whistles to draw a large crowd on opening day. 
A loft apartment project once planned behind the supermarket was scrapped after a fire in March 2011 destroyed the old Atlantic Cotton Mills buildings slated for redevelopment.
At the end of the day, publicly traded companies must answer to balance sheets, income statements and shareholders.

The Visible Black Hand of Economics is a foolproof concept, capable to withstand any peer review and providing irrefutable evidence to how and why communities flourish or flounder in the United States of America.

Monday, March 26, 2018

In 2017, 96% of Homicide Suspects in Los Angeles were Non-White: The City is 29% White

In 1940, Los Angeles County was 93 percent white. By 2000, Los Angeles County was only 32 percent white. 

What is this majority non-white world of 2018 like in Los Angeles and Los Angeles County?[LAPD analysis shows homicide victims are overwhelmingly young, nonwhite and poor, LA Times, 1-31-2018]:
For years, homicide detectives have known all too well which groups of Los Angeles residents are most likely to end up the victims of a violent death in the city.
52 percent of homicide suspects in 2017 were Hispanic; 40 percent black and six percent white...  Los Angeles is 49% Hispanic, 29% white and eight percent black

The results of a new demographic analysis released Wednesday by Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck confirm what his investigators have so often seen — that young men from minority, low-income neighborhoods suffer disproportionately from the impacts of deadly violence. 

In Los Angeles last year, more than 90% of homicide victims were black or Latino, the analysis found. Most were poor and lacked college degrees.

Many homicides are committed by people who also fit those descriptions, according to the analysis.

Beck, who is retiring this summer, began a Wednesday news conference by highlighting a 4% drop in homicides last year.
It's all gone... the American Dream is dead. 

For the eighth year in a row, the city had fewer than 300 homicides, nearly four times less than in the 1990s.

Then, Beck's presentation turned to the victims.

"I've been with the families. I've stood over the victims in the middle of the night and seen the tragedy, seen my kids' faces in theirs, because these are primarily young men," said Beck, who worked homicides for years. "It is a waste of a generation."

About 8% of Los Angeles' population is black, but 36% of homicide victims last year were black.

Sunday, March 25, 2018

Turning the 'City too Busy to Hate' Over to Black Criminals: Atlanta Police Announce They'll No Longer Dispatch Cops to Shoplifting Calls at Small Businesses

Previously on SBPDL: Her Name is Chelsea Beller: White Atlanta Woman Murdered by Three Blacks (Atlanta Media Refuses to Admit Racial Dynamics of Execution)

As civilization collapses, the police in black-run Atlanta - the city too busy to hate - have conceded small businesses to being nothing more than opportunities for the five-finger discount by black criminals. [APD will no longer respond to shoplifting calls in parts of Atlanta,, 3-24-18]:
 A new move by the Atlanta Police Department has many small businesses feeling vulnerable. 
The Atlanta Police Department have basically handed over the city to black criminals committing petty crimes
The department announced earlier this week that, due to a recent uptick in crimes across Zone 2, which encompasses the Buckhead area, the Police Department will not be dispatching officers to shoplifting calls in most cases. 
For big-box stores, hiring their own security isn’t as much as a burden as it is for the smaller stores, such as the men's store Labels. 
Labels said the move by the Police Department could possibly make the store's closed sign permanent. 
“Weekends are insane. We get a lot of people coming through these doors,” sales associate Daniel Laos told Channel 2’s Lauren Pozen 
Labels is a hot spot for high-end men’s clothing at discounted prices.  
But like any retail store, Label’s in Buckhead has had people getting their hands on merchandise without paying.  
“Usually, anything by the door. They will see a shirt and be, like, ‘Oh,’ and run out,” Laos said. 
Laos told Pozen that the Police Department’s new policy on shoplifting is a major concern. 
“I am not going to risk my life or get shot in the face or something for a guy that is taking a shirt,” Laos said. 
The department said it is changing its focus to what it says is an uptick in crimes such as car theft and robberies in Zone 2, which encompasses Buckhead, Piedmont Heights, West Midtown and Lenox Park. 
Officers won’t be dispatched to shoplifting calls, and stores in one of the city’s major shopping districts will be on their own. 
“Either get a private Label’s police or, I guess, just let it happen and lose money until we go out of business,” Laos told Pozen. 
The Police Department suggests that retailers develop a security plan that is less dependent on police. 
Laos said that is easier said than done. 
“If you are a Walmart, you can hire security because you are a billion-dollar company. When you are a local business that is locally owned and managed, you are not going to be able to hire private security,” Laos said. 
When Pozen spoke with the Police Department on Friday, officials told her they are sympathetic toward small businesses and that, while the major issue is with big-box stores, this policy change does affect all of the retail business in Zone 2. 
The Police Department said it will offer a free security assessment to stores, in which officers will come out and offer suggestions on ways to tighten up security.
Stay as far away from Atlanta as you can.

Remember: it's a city with urine detection devices spread throughout the mass transit system (MARTA), because black riders urinate everywhere save restrooms.

Saturday, March 24, 2018

Give a white man a pile of bricks, he'll build a city; give a black man a city, he'll turn it into a pile of bricks

Well... it's true what they say about Bell Curve City

Give a white man a pile of bricks, he'll build a city; give a black man a city, he'll turn it into a pile of bricks...[Amid drumbeat from falling bricks, St. Louis to ramp up demolition of vacant buildings, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 3-24-18]:
ST. LOUIS • A chimney top set sail one night from a historic building in the 1900 block of Bremen Avenue and crash-landed with a solid thud. 
The three-story vacant building also rains insulation, rock tiles and bricks, said Rhonda Spencer, who has rented a home next door since 2010. She described a range of drumbeat sounds from the cascade of debris in the area.
As western civilization crumbles under the stewardship of Africans in America,  memories of a better yesterday are reflected back amid the horrors of tomorrow
Pointing across Hyde Park from her front doorstep, she said a roof collapse rumbled like a thunderclap. And a corner building roared when it smashed into the road. 
“This one sounded like an explosion,” said Spencer, 37. 
Thousands of crumbling buildings like these are reminders that St. Louis is a shell of what it once was, particularly on the North Side. Population has fallen to about 309,000 today from nearly 857,000 in 1950. 
Because bricks last so long, rebuilding often seems like a possibility; however, the city’s list of vacant structures has nearly doubled since the Great Recession ended in 2009. 
City officials said that there were 7,100 vacant buildings and that 4,000 of them should be razed for not being structurally sound. They expect to soon have $3 million over the next fiscal year, an increase from $2 million currently, to speed up demolitions. That amount does not include millions of dollars the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District is spending to clear abandoned buildings for green space and private investors. 

“Even if we get $3 million, it’s not going to matter. We need more,” said Todd Waelterman, director of city operations. “It’s a big priority of the mayor to get these down.” 
This month, in a report titled “Resilient St. Louis,” Mayor Lyda Krewson’s administration identified abandoned property as one of the biggest challenges because it blights neighborhoods, poses a public safety risk and drains public resources. While there’s always interest in historic properties, nearly half of city’s land bank inventory has never received a purchase offer. 
Soulard and Lafayette Square serve as powerful examples of historic preservation realized on the grand scale, but many other areas have been waiting so long for developers that falling bricks are part of the backdrop. 
Krewson, who was elected to her first term as mayor in 2017, supports more demolition, and other leaders have stepped up. 
Former 3rd Ward Alderman Freeman Bosley Sr., 83, held off wrecking crews as much as he could for more than three decades. He sees unclaimed value, such as a jazz club and outdoor restaurants around Hyde Park one day like in the Central West End.

Friday, March 23, 2018

Forty Years Later... Alexander Solzhenitsyn's Harvard University Address

Is the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe our true hope? Almost forty years ago, a great man noted what courage meant in the twilight days of western civilization:

"A decline in courage may be the most striking feature that an outside observer notices in the West today. The Western world has lost its civic courage, both as a whole and separately, in each country, in each government, in each political party, and, of course, in the United Nations. Such a decline in courage is particularly noticeable among the ruling and intellectual elites, causing an impression of a loss of courage by the entire society. There are many courageous individuals, but they have no determining influence on public life. 
Political and intellectual functionaries exhibit this depression, passivity, and perplexity in their actions and in their statements, and even more so in their self-serving rationales as to how realistic, reasonable, and intellectually and even morally justified it is to base state policies on weakness and cowardice. And the decline in courage, at times attaining what could be termed a lack of manhood, is ironically emphasized by occasional outbursts and inflexibility on the part of those same functionaries when dealing with weak governments and with countries that lack support, or with doomed currents which clearly cannot offer resistance. But they get tongue-tied and paralyzed when they deal with powerful governments and threatening forces, with aggressors and international terrorists. 
Must one point out that from ancient times a decline in courage has been considered the first symptom of the end?" -- Alexander Solzhenitsyn, A World Split Apart, Commencement Address at Harvard University, June 8, 1978
As western civilization surrenders in Western Europe and the United States, does the courage necessary to survive exist in former Communist nations? 

Thursday, March 22, 2018

His Name is Anthony "Tony" Alberigi: 59-year-old White Manager of Birmingham, Alabama Mall Gunned Down in Shootout Between Rival Black Gangs

Previously on SBPDL: His Name is Mike Gilotti: Two Black Teens Murder White Iraq War Veteran in Hoover, Alabama

The wrong place at the wrong time. 

These words will increasingly be written in news stories and obituaries for white people, whose final moments on earth were spent seemingly carefree and peacefully, unaware the Fates had cut short the thread of their life. 
The local media in Birmingham did everything possible not to show a picture of Tony....

Cut short because the state, uninterested in protecting their liberty, has invested all of its power in promoting egalitarianism (by proxy, Black-Run America). 

The states provides the material, the Fates decide the precise moment to cut. 

For Anthony "Tony" Alberigi, his time ran out on February 15, 2018 in Fairfield, Alabama, roughly 13 miles from downtown Birmingham. This white man was the manager of the Western Hills Mall, and he was walking around the complex at 2:30 p.m. when he was in the... wrong place at the wrong time. 

Rival black gangs got into an altercation, and then an exchange of gunfire. Alberigi, a white man in the wrong place at the wrong time, was struck by one of these bullets. ['It's shocking': Western Hills Mall manager killed in crossfire; 3 suspects in custody,, 2-16-18]:
Gunfire erupted outside Western Hills Mall Thursday afternoon, leaving the mall manager dead on the sidewalk, an innocent victim caught in the crossfire, police said. 
Dozens of bullets were exchanged at the mall's north entrance when police say two groups of young men recognized each other and opened fire. 
The manager - Anthony Alberigi, 59 - was struck and collapsed on the sidewalk where he was pronounced dead.  
Witnesses and police said the gunfight continued well after the warring groups left the mall parking lot. 
Multiple cars were shot up in the Western Hills lot, a nearby car dealership also took stray bullets and another innocent victim was grazed as he drove along Interstate 59/20. 
Three suspects were taken into custody off the interstate. It wasn't immediately clear just how many more were involved and are still sought. 
"It's shocking,'' said Fairfield Police Chief Nick Dyer. "It's devastating actually."Dyer said it all began about 2:30 p.m. There was one group of young men outside of the mall when another group of young men exited the building. "They recognized each other and started shooting each other and the mall manager was caught in the crossfire,'' Dyer said. 
Mall workers said Alberigi went to see what was going on and that's when he was gunned down. Police have not confirmed that account, and said Alberigi was often known to walk the building's perimeter. "He was just an innocent victim standing outside the mall,'' the chief said.
"Caught in the crossfire."

This is how a white man dies in 2018 America, a land ruled by an egalitarian iron fist, ruthlessly demanding obedience every waking hour to the dictates of capitulation.

In not one story surrounding Alberigi's murder (in a shootout between rival black gangs) do we see a picture of him. In one of the lone nightly news stories broadcast in the local Birmingham market do we learn what a swell guy Tony Alberigi was, but we still see no picture of him.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Washington Post Laments President Trump's Proposal to Execute Drug Dealers Will Disproportionately Affect People of Color (Black and Brown Drug Dealers)

PK Note: Discouraging news today. We'll be back to normal tomorrow. 

At the end of 2017, NPR asked, "Why is the opioid epidemic overwhelmingly white?"

Shot. [Largely White Opioid Epidemic Highlights Black Frustration: Of all deaths in 2015 from opioid and heroin overdoses in Tennessee and nationwide, about 90 percent of the people were white.,, 4-1-2017]:
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The circle of patients gathered for group therapy at a doctor's family practice in McKenzie could well represent the face of the state's opioid epidemic. 
An admission by the Washington Post most drug dealers are people of color (black and brown people) that must be protected?
They were in a small city in a rural county, fertile ground for prescription drug addiction, though they traveled from as far as Nashville and Missouri. They were young or middle-aged and ranged from blue-collar workers to businesspeople. They said painkillers prescribed after accidents or injuries paved the way to their dependence on opioids. 
They also were all white. 
Of all deaths in 2015 from opioid and heroin overdoses in Tennessee and nationwide, about 90 percent of the people were white. 
Black people accounted for little more than 6 percent in Tennessee and 8 percent across the country, according to U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data. 
Among African-Americans critical of the modern drug war launched four decades ago by President Richard Nixon, the fact that the opioid epidemic is primarily striking the majority race helps explain why it is largely being called an epidemic and treated as a public health crisis, rather than a war. 
"Look at the inner city, it's always been what we consider an epidemic," said the Rev. Ralph White, pastor of Bloomfield Full Gospel Baptist Church in Memphis."If this had been the case in other areas, the community would have been crying out long ago," White said. "But now that it's taking the lives of European Americans, we find that it's at a time of crisis." 
Michael Eric Dyson, a Georgetown University sociology professor as well as minister and author, offered a similar view after an appearance in February at the University of Memphis. 
Blacks are mad any media dare highlight the white death from the opioid epidemic
"White brothers and sisters have been medicalized in terms of their trauma and addiction. Black and brown people have been criminalized for their trauma and addiction," said Dyson, whose latest book is "Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America." 
Doctors and other health care professionals certainly are calling for a health care-led response to the opioid epidemic.
Chaser. [Trump’s proposal to execute drug dealers has some fearing people of color will be harmed most, Washington Post, 3-21-18]:
President Trump’s proposal to execute serial drug dealers has attracted significant criticism from those aware of how disproportionately people of color are sentenced to execution. 
In his speech this week on the opioid epidemic, the president suggested the Justice Department pursue capital punishment sentences for people who illegally sell narcotics that cause deaths. 
“If we don't get tough on the drug dealers, we are wasting our time. And that toughness includes the death penalty,” said the president on Monday when speaking at an event in New Hampshire, a state Trump referred to as a “drug-infested den” during the campaign. 
What is certain is that data shows that African Americans are overrepresented in the country's execution chambers. Although they make up 12 percent of the U.S. population, they represent 34 percent of those executed since the 1970s, according to “Death Row USA,” a report by the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. 
Those critical about the implications of the War on Drugs for people of color are expressing their concerns — especially as Trump continues to praise Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte and other leaders who execute drug dealers. 
Rep. Yvette D. Clarke (D-N.Y.) said that Trump's proposal, while concerning, was not surprising.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

"Black Panther" a Historic Bomb in China

PK Note: Back to normal tomorrow. 

The Chinese know #WakandaIsntReal. 

As the Chinese colonize Africa - where once the white man dominated before surrendering (without shots fired) to the cry of 'racist' - they fail to fall under the spell so many whites in the ruins of western civilization have to the siren song of guilt for their greatness.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) dominates in China, but not so with Black Panther

Marvel’s first black superhero film Black Panther made a strong debut in China, taking in more than $63 million this weekend and helping it cross the billion-dollar mark globally. And while the film filled seats in China, it didn’t exactly bring in rave reviews from Chinese audiences—in fact, online reviews hint at subtle racism and discomfort with the all-black cast. 
Set in Wakanda, a fictional country in East Africa that’s hidden from the outside world, the movie portrayed a romanticized version of Africa that had never been touched by the white man. Led by a cast of black actors and actresses, the film presented how the king of the country, T’Challa, used his intelligence, ancestral knowledge, and access to advance technologies to become the superhero Black Panther. 
But the movie—which comes as a timely portrayal and celebration of blackness half a century after Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination—is hardly resonating with Chinese audiences. On Douban, China’s IMDb-esque platform, the film holds a 6.8 rating out of 10 (link in Chinese)—almost half of science-fiction and action movies rated by Douban users have a better score. Outside of China, Black Panther is on track to become the highest-rated superhero movie, according to Rotten Tomatoes; 97% of reviews from critics have been positive. 
Some moviegoers disliked Black Panther because they felt Marvel was trying too hard to be politically correct (link in Chinese). While many reviewers on Douban stopped short of leaving overtly racist comments about the film, many discussed their discomfort of being surrounded by so much blackness. 
“Maybe the Chinese are still not used to a film full of black people,” wrote one reviewer on Douban (link in Chinese). The commenter said he had to pinch himself more than 10 times to stay awake during the movie because “Black Panther is black, all the major characters are black, a lot of scenes are black, the car-chasing scene is black—the blackness has really made me drowsy.” 
Another reviewer who came into the theater late made a similar observation: “When I entered the theater, a bunch of black people was fighting in the night… I’ve never been in a theater so dark that I couldn’t find my seat.” 
Someone else said the experience was worse in 3D (link in Chinese): “The film is filled with black actors and actresses. Also, because the film’s colors are a bit dark, it’s nearly a torture for the eyes to watch the film’s 3D version in the theater.”
As expected, Black Panther took a massive dive on its second Friday in China. The MCU blockbuster opened with a solid $22 million opening day but was thwarted by poor word of mouth even with a sky-high $67m Fri-Sun debut. As such, that the film dropped 88% on its second Friday ($2.7m), a near-record (and certainly a record drop for an opening of this scale), shouldn’t be a shock. The picture has still earned $86.7m in eight days in China.