Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Selma 2015: The World Blacks (and their white enablers) Marched Across the Edmund Pettus Bridge to Create

Remember Selma?

Come on, Selma?

No? You don't remember Selma?

Selma... right? You remember, don't you?

Well, here's a reminder of what happened after the cameras left. [Selma descended into gang violence, crime after Obama's Bloody Sunday anniversary visit,, 9-1-15]:
The eyes of the nation were trained on Selma from the Christmas release of the film bearing the city's name until March 7, when President Barack Obama, civil rights leaders and celebrities descended on the city en masse to commemorate its place in civil rights history.
It was a historic event, producing images of the nation's first black president leading a crowd over the infamous Edmund Pettus Bridge, where civil rights protesters were savagely beaten by Alabama state troopers 50 years earlier.

The triumphant moment left many observers around the world with a sense that perhaps Selma had transcended its violent, racist past in the decades since Bloody Sunday.

But in the months since the reenactment of the March on Selma, the city's slums have descended into a period of frequent gang shootings and open-air drug dealing, leaving residents gripped by fear and police struggling to clean up the streets.
The peak of Selma's gang violence problem came about seven weeks ago, when shootings were being measured per week, rather than per month or per year, according to Michael Jackson, district attorney for Alabama's 4th Judicial Circuit.
Local authorities say they encounter gang members armed with heavy weaponry including AK-47s, MAC-10s and 40-caliber handguns with high-volume clips in Selma area's worst neighborhoods, where fresh bullet holes still pepper the sides of some homes.

Gang ties and beefs are seldom cut and dry, but an unsolved murder from three months ago appears to have kicked off a retaliatory spat between rival crews from two of the city's poorest and most neglected areas that continues to this day.
"We had a lot of open gang warfare between the Selmont gangs and the Craig Air Force Base gangs," Jackson told Thursday evening at the Dallas County Courthouse in downtown Selma. "These are real gangs. These are not wannabe gang members. They'll kill you and assault you without thinking much of it ... You don't want a situation where people are afraid to go outside."
Selmont, a low-income community just across the Edmund Pettus Bridge from downtown Selma and the nearby Craig Air Force Base – which has been left to deteriorate since the military abandoned it in 1977 – have been the epicenters of the violence over the past month-and-a-half.
Stuck in impoverished, mostly African-American areas left destitute by decades of systemic neglect and policies that elevate white residents at the expense of their black neighbors, most residents of Selmont and Craig have little opportunity to better their stations, and many turn to drug dealing, gangs and crime.
Most of the indigent Dallas County schools that serve Selma's roughest communities are ridden with gangs, with even some elementary school children turning to drugs and gang-like behavior, perpetuating the criminal lifestyle from one generation to the next, Jackson said.
Riding along with the 4th Judicial Circuit Drug Task Force through Selmont and Craig Thursday night, the potholed streets were dark and mostly desolate. Family members watched children play in the front yards of a few run-down homes and apartment complexes while groups of young men stood drinking beer and smoking marijuana in alleyways and quiet corners of the residential neighborhoods.
 Ladies and gentlemen... this is the world black people (and their white enablers) marched across the Edmund Pettus Bridge to see brought to fruition.

The cameras have left, leaving behind the Visible Black Hand of Economics to ensure the regression to the black mean occurs in 80 percent black Selma... what's left behind in 2015 Selma is exactly why those white police officers stood on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in 1965 to keep from coming to fruition.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Horatius Would Be Proud...

10 years.

I remember it like it was yesterday, skipping class during my senior year of college to read every story I could on what was unfolding in New Orleans.
Sgt Garland Ogden (left), with an Australian tourist he helped evacuate from the Superdome

Hurricane Katrina had hit, and the progeny of the Great Society (liberalism's Frankenstein experiment) was set loose upon one of America's great cities.

How I wanted to be in New Orleans during the madness and drink a warm beer at one of the bars on Bourbon Street after a day of keeping the city safe from the lawlessness unfolding, which the entire world erroneously blamed on George W. Bush (what happened after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans was just the outward expression of collective blackness and the genetic limitations of individual blacks when left to try and keep alive a civilization they had hand in building).

10 years.

Every "racist" thought I had ever had and every "racist" sentence I had ever said came to stunning life after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, exposing Africa in Our Midst for those willing to look and honestly surmise what was unfolding before their eyes.

Those engaging in dishonesty regarding what unfolded in New Orleans from August 27 - September 6, 2005 are biological detritus, willfully ignorant to what approaches on the horizon.

In our lifetime, we will see the United States of America collapse (for those who can see, it already has...); in our lifetime, we will see Europe flooded with third world colonizers; in our lifetime, we will see hope teeter on the precipice of disaster.

But it's on the edge of calamity we see true inspiration arise.

And in studying the insanity of New Orleans post-Hurricane Katrina, one name stands as a reminder to why hope will survive: Garland Ogden. [EXCLUSIVE: BRITS' HELL INSIDE THE TERROR DOME - TERRIFIED British students tell of dead bodies, rape, crack, gunshots, filth and a sickening stench filling the thick air., The Mirror, 9-2-2005]:

BRITISH students told yesterday how they stepped out of the horror of Hurricane Katrina into the hell of their Superdome "shelter".
A place of refuge became a terrifying trap, where knives and guns, crack cocaine use, threats of violence and racial abuse were rife.
Jamie Trout, 22, who kept a record of his four days there, said: "It was like something out of Lord of the Flies - one minute everything is calm and civil, the next it descends into chaos."
In one diary entry, he said: "A man has been arrested for raping a seven-year-old in the toilet, this place is hell, I feel sick. The smell is horrendous, there are toilets overflowing and people everywhere."
As the evacuation of the 70,000- capacity arena continued yesterday, the swamped city of New Orleans descended into near barbarism.
The looting and carjacking of recent days showed no sign of slowing. Gunfire was aimed at police and helicopters attempting to ferry the sick from hospitals, accompanied by shouts of: "You better come get my family."
Ten thousand National Guardsmen were sent in from across the US to the flood-ravaged Gulf coast.
At least seven bodies lay unclaimed in the streets around the New Orleans Convention Centre - one a woman in a wheelchair covered by a blanket.
Daniel Edwards, 47, pointed at her and said: "I don't treat my dog like that...I buried my dog."
Amid criticism of government inaction, he added: "You can do everything for other countries but you can't do nothing for your own people.
"You can go overseas with the military but you can't get them down here."
Thousands of storm refugees massed outside the convention building, waiting for buses that never came. They had no food, water or medicines.
The Rev Issac Clark, 68, said: "We are out here like pure animals. We don't have help."
In what may be America's worst natural disaster for a century, 80 per cent of a city of 500,000 people was under water up to 20ft deep. Thousands could be dead.
At the Superdome, at least 25,000 people were moved out yesterday as New Orleans Mayor Nagin vowed: "Come hell or high water we will evacuate people today, I'll march them out if I have to." Soldiers with M16 assault rifles and grenade launchers tried to control crowds desperate to get out.
At least one person died in the arms of a soldier. A National Guardsman was wounded in the leg by his own gun in a struggle with two men and a military helicopter was shot at while ferrying away a casualty.
Brit diary-writer Jamie had been coaching football to disabled children as part of the Camp America scheme.
Jamie, who was with two friends, said: "We were in Miami for three or four days when Katrina first hit.
"We rode that storm out and then decided to go to New Orleans. We didn't realise the storm was heading that way."
He said of his eventual Superdome refuge: "There was a lot of heat from the people in there, people shouting racial abuse about us being white.
"The army warned us to keep our bags close to us and to grip them tight."
Jamie, an economics student from Sunderland, said he saw crack cocaine being used in the filthy toilets, youngsters breaking into soft drink machines and men brawling.
Urine and excrement spilled into corridors where they were sleeping.
At one point, up to 30 British students gathered in the dome were so terrified of attack when the power went down that they set up a makeshift security cordon.
Zoe Smith, 21, from Hull, said: "All us girls sat in the middle while the boys sat on the outside, with chairs as protection.
"We were absolutely terrified, the situation had descended into chaos, people were very hostile and the living conditions were horrendous.
"We had to wash with tiny bottles of water, the sink was blocked and full of gunk.
Even when we offered to help with the cleaning, the locals gave us abuse."
Some students said they saw an 18-inch knife confiscated from one man and many others had guns and other weapons.
Marisa Haigh, 23, from Guildford, who is studying at Birmingham University, and Claire Watkins, 23, a student from Bradford, had arrived in New Orleans last Saturday after a trip across the US.
Claire said: "We went out drinking on Saturday night and had an awesome time.
"On Sunday we had hangovers and hadn't heard or read anything about the hurricane coming in. We only realised there was something wrong when we went out in the street and no one was around, everywhere was shut or boarded up."
They were in the Superdome when Katrina hit. Marisa said: "There was a series of almighty bangs when the roof went and a panel flew off.
"There was a woman screaming, 'We're gonna die, we're all gonna die'."
Eventually many of the students were moved to the nearby basketball arena, thanks to Sgt Garland Ogden, a full-timer with the National Guard.
Jane Wheeldon, 20, said: "He went against a lot of rules to get us moved."
Never forget: our job was never to save America. It was to survive America.

And if we do survive, the story of Sgt Garland Ogden will be remembered.

For over a horrific few days in late August - early September 2005, he watched as those few white people in the Superdome were forced to endure a post-European world where Africa reigned supreme.

And he made the choice to do something to ensure they had a future.

Monday, August 31, 2015

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sunday, August 30, 2015

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

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

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

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

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

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

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