Saturday, December 20, 2014

Collateral Damage of the #BlackLivesMatter Campaign...

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Friday, December 19, 2014

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

A Tuesday.

Ostensibly, in America.

New Orleans to be exact.

Five black men.

Mid-afternoon.

THERE WAS A FIREFIGHT!!!

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

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

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

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

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

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

Thursday, December 18, 2014

The Food Desertization of Ferguson Well Underway: Big Lots Closing Up Shop in 67% Black City

In five years time, the small town of Ferguson will hardly be mentioned at all. 

Instead, scores of other once prosperous/now economically declining cities (once meaning "all white," with now meaning, "boasting aging white, growing black population") will have usurped the energy of those demanding "Justice for Mike Brown" or hilariously asserting #BlackLivesMatter.


Never mind the cheapness of black life in a city such as Milwaukee or New Orleans (the latter city launching the "NOLA For Life" campaign to convince black people to stop killing other black people). 

Or Birmingham, Nashville, Newark, Chicago, Camden, Baltimore, Rochester (New York), Philadelphia, or Minneapolis, where black life only matters when it is extinguished by a white cop or white property owner daring to defend their family or business. 

But in five years time, when the 2020 U.S Census is being compiled and the city of Ferguson (100 percent white in 1970; 86 percent white in 1980; 77 percent white in 1990) registers an 85 percent black population - complete with an all-black city council, black mayor, black police chief, and woefully underfunded majority black police force - the victory over the perceived white supremacy Officer Darren Wilson embodied will be complete. 

The consequences of this racial victory will be the creation of just another food desert, where liquor, title pawn and check cashing stores provide the bulk of the tax-producing economic activity in the city; but the political victory of establishing a city of the blacks, for the blacks, and by the blacks will be complete. 

One can even envision a statue erected to the memory of Michael Brown in a prominent location of the city, commemorating his death as the moment racial vengeance could be exacted and political control of Ferguson in black hands could be established. 

But for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. 

Just as property values in Ferguson were declining as the black population increased, so to did a few keen observers note the long-term economic ramifications of the black insurrection on commerce. [Some fear rioting may seal Ferguson fate for decades, USA Today, 11-30-14]

At the time of Brown's death on August 9, 2014, Ferguson was 67 percent black; with demography being destiny, the city's fate was already sealed, but the lack of black political control had yet to catch up to the white abandonment of the city. 

And as the unrest grew in the hot summer of 2014, one business decided to pull up stakes. K-Mart, an embattled big box store (that might not even have one store opened in 2020 America), closed its Ferguson location: the long-term health of the store, built in a city to service a population that had long since abandoned Ferguson, wasn't looking to be in the financial black. 

The economic conditions individual white people collectively create form something outside investors realize is the perfect reason for building a store or restaurant in this community: social capital. 

Social capital can be defined simply as children and teenagers walking on the sidewalk instead of monopolizing the middle of the road and deliberately disobeying the law (Michael Brown would still be alive had he simply walked on the side of the road after stealing the Swisher Sweet cigars). 

But the latter scenario is what birthed the "Justice for Mike Brown" movement, a clear reminder the health and vitality of a city is completely reflected in its demographic makeup. 

And this demographic makeup of Ferguson (and the clear racial dominance blacks will assert in the city) is a reminder of why companies are leaving. [Big Lots announces closure of Ferguson store, says unrest not a factor, KMOV St. Louis, 12-17-14]:
A major chain is shutting down its store in Ferguson. 
Big Lots is the second national chain store that has closed since the death of Mike Brown. Neither Big Lots, nor KMART, who previously announced the closure of its Ferguson store, are linking the shut down to the area unrest but some small businesses are feeling the pinch. 
“Once my lease is open I think I will have to move,” said Binh Ho. 
Ho owns a nail shop near the Big Lots and said her business has been down 50 percent. 
Her neighbor, Salon Selective, also shut down. 
“I worked at Salon Selective and I lost my job. She closed up after the riots her clients did not want to come over here anymore because of all the things going on,” said Carolyn Tidwell. 
The Kmart at 270 and West Florissant announced in September it would close. “It’s really bad because we don’t have anywhere to go as is if these things shut down where are we going to go we have nowhere else to go,” said resident Sandy Rason.
In five years, white faces in Ferguson will be as rare as their counterparts in present-day East St. Louis (98 percent black); in this nearly all-black Ferguson, the triumphant black majority will complain to their empowered black city leaders to do something about the city being just another food desert. [In Ferguson, there are no malls left to boycott, QZ.com, 11-30-14]
After all, the Visible Black Hand of Economics will have driven away all major chains from the city, save those immigrant-owned grocery stores interested in working behind plexiglas and subsisting on an EBT/Food Stamp carrying clientele. 

Political control of Ferguson will be entirely in black hands, but never forget the concept of black power/empowerment is the ultimate EMP; Detroit is the roadmap for any neighborhood, community, city, municipality, or county that goes from being all-white to all-black. 

Ferguson's fate is sealed, with companies that must answer to stockholders already seeing the black writing on the wall; but the truly scary thing about modern America is the vast number of neighborhoods, communities, cities, municipalities, and counties undergoing similar demographic transitions.

The concentration of political power into black hands is, almost invariably, the unleashing of an economic EMP on the city foolish enough to vote their own ruin into office.

For the more we attempt to believe race is a social construct, the civilization whites constructed inevitably collapses when blacks try and maintain it.

Ferguson is not immune to the biological reality of race, reflected in both K-Mart and Big Lots decision to abandon a city where the food desertization process is well underway.



Wednesday, December 17, 2014

SBPDL Still Needs Your Help (Christmas 2014 Fundraiser ALMOST Over!)

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