Thursday, March 5, 2015

Setting Straight the Lies of the Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division Report on the Ferguson Police Department


So it's difficult to take seriously the claims by Eric "My People" Holder (who famously sided with the black insurrectionists in Ferguson by mid-August when he demanded "Tell them to remove the damn tanks" that were thwarting further riots/looting in the city) of serious racial bias on the part of the majority white Ferguson Police Department against the ever-increasing black majority population in the city. 

In a speech on March 4, Holder spent a considerable amount of time discussing how due process exonerated Darren Wilson of any wrong-doing in the shooting death Michael Brown. In fact, Officer Wilson did everything that day by the book. 

But Holder spent a considerable more amount of time discussing the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice report on the Ferguson Police Department. Here's a sample of his remarks. [Attorney General Holder Delivers Update on Investigations in Ferguson, Missouri, Justice.Gov., 3-4-15]:
A possible explanation for this discrepancy was uncovered during the course of our second federal investigation, conducted by the Civil Rights Division to determine whether Ferguson Police officials have engaged in a widespread pattern or practice of violations of the U.S. Constitution or federal law.  
As detailed in our searing report – also released by the Justice Department today – this investigation found a community that was deeply polarized; a community where deep distrust and hostility often characterized interactions between police and area residents.  
A community where local authorities consistently approached law enforcement not as a means for protecting public safety, but as a way to generate revenue.  A community where both policing and municipal court practices were found to disproportionately harm African American residents.  A community where this harm frequently appears to stem, at least in part, from racial bias – both implicit and explicit. 
Between October 2012 and October 2014, despite making up only 67 percent of the population, African Americans accounted for a little over 85 percent of all traffic stops by the Ferguson Police Department.  African Americans were twice as likely as white residents to be searched during a routine traffic stop, even though they were 26 percent less likely to carry contraband.  Between October 2012 and July 2014, 35 black individuals – and zero white individuals – received five or more citations at the same time.  During the same period, African Americans accounted for fully 85 percent of the total charges brought by the Ferguson Police Department.  African Americans made up over 90 percent of those charged with a highly-discretionary offense described as “Manner of Walking Along Roadway.”  
And the use of dogs by Ferguson police appears to have been exclusively reserved for African Americans; in every case in which Ferguson police records recorded the race of a person bit by a police dog, that person was African American. 
Oh. My. God. 

Black people were arrested. Fire every white cop now, check their closets for white robes and their garages for lighter fluid and wood that could easily be fashioned into a cross!

Luckily, VDare.com exists for an introduction of sanity to the debate. 

As does Paul Kersey. [“Hands Up Don’t Shoot” Was A Lie. Data Shows Latest DOJ Report Is, Too., VDare.com, 3-5-15]:
And that brings us to the third element of the story, the actual crime rates. For all the MSM attention given to Ferguson, few supposed journalists have done any reporting other than repeating whatever hashtags were held up by vapid celebrities. 
So it was left to me. I called the Ferguson Police Department to obtain the crime reports sorted by race that extended back at least a decade. (Significantly the Justice Department examined only a sample size of the last three years—probably to avoid revealing systematic and long-standing black criminality). I was told by an officer that I was the first journalist to ask for this information. 
I was told to consult The Missouri Uniform Crime Reporting Program(MUCRP), which allows anyone to pull reports—going back to the year 2001—for every city in Missouri. 
You can search for various report types, including arrests by age, sex, crime with race. 
So, doing what the Department of Justice and apparently every journalist in America is incapable of doing, I pulled those arrest reports on the MUCRP site for Ferguson going back to 2001. 
In viewing the following, please remember that according to the 2000 U.S. Census, the city of Ferguson was only 52 percent black. 
  • Since 2001, 18513 people have been arrested in Ferguson84 percent have been black
  • Since 2001, 479 people have been arrested for burglary inFerguson91 percent of them have been black.
  • Since 2001, 286 people have been arrested for weapons charges in Ferguson89 percent have been black
  • Since 2001, 18513 people have been arrested in Ferguson:84 percent have been black
  • Since 2001, 9 people have been arrested for murder in Ferguson. 8 of the 9 have been black.
  • Since 2001, there have been 28 people arrested in Fergusonfor rape. All have been black.
  • Since 2001, 133 people have been arrested for robbery inFerguson90 percent have been black
  • Since 2001, 146 people have been arrested for motor vehicle theft in Ferguson93 percent have been black.
  • Since 2001, 4,845 people have been arrested for larceny inFerguson80 percent have been black.
Read the rest at VDare.com.

And remember this: Racism is holding blacks responsible for their actions.

The response by Black-Run America (BRA) to canonize Michael Brown while castigating not only Darren Wilson but all white police officers in Ferguson is an attempt to liberate black people from the consequences of their actions.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

You Can Put Your Hands Down Now, Black People...

Ferguson War Journal: Day 204

Just before you log onto Twitter, one of the images you get is off hundreds of people with their hands up - raised to the heavens - in front of the Gateway Arch in St. Louis. 

Without proper background on the context of the photo, one might conclude this magnificent structure is some religious shrine and the people with their hands up are engaging in an orgiastic devotional in hopes of sharing the cosmic energy radiating from the arch. 
The lie of "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" is everywhere (login page to Twitter.com), though the damning DOJ Report on Darren Wilson completely destroys this myth...


No... it's just a bunch of idiots engaging a hilarious lie, a public display of stupidity just a few ticks away from being on par with those fools who drank Jim Jones Kool-Aid.

"Hands up, Don't shoot." A battle cry for those desperately attempting to tell you #BlackLivesMatter, which a careful study of homicides and nonfatal shootings from any major city will immediately prove that they don't...

"Hands up, Don't shoot." 

A lie fueling the hatred of whites powerfully on display when Bosnian Zemir Begic was attacked by a group of blacks with hammers in St. Louis. Begic, who hails from a community that has a number of individuals currently being prosecuted for donating money to ISIS and other Muslim causes, was murdered because the blacks saw only a white man. 

Allah didn't save Begic from the Infidels carrying hammers, though his whiteness was a liability in a climate where "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" birthed the racial madness that ultimately took his life. 

"Hands up, Don't shoot." [‘HANDS UP, DON’T SHOOT’: AN IGNOBLE LIE FOR THE AGES: Don’t you know, “gentle giant” was just a metaphor?, American Spectator, 11-28-14]:
The Associated Press explored this disconnect between the ongoing “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” narrative with the facts presented at the inquiry. “Even if you don’t find that it’s true, it’s a valid rallying cry,” protester Taylor Gruenloh told the AP. “It’s just a metaphor.” 
“This is not about one boy getting shot in the street, but about the hundreds just like him who have received the same callous and racially-influenced treatment,” Oakland demonstrator Gabe Johnson, identified as “a middle school teacher” by the AP, insisted. “So ultimately, no, it doesn’t matter at all if somehow we can say for sure whether this one young man really said these words or had his hands up.”
Oh, but it does matter if you can say for sure whether 18-year-old Michael Brown had his hands up as an act of surrender or if Officer Darren Wilson encountered a malicious black male on Canfield Drive with the intentions of taking his life. 

And, as the Department of Justice has now admitted, the latter is - begrudgingly to Eric "My People" Holder - the case. [Darren Wilson Is Cleared of Rights Violations in Ferguson Shooting, New York Times, 3-4-15]:
Offering the most definitive account yet of the shooting of an unarmed black teenager that stirred racially charged protests across the country, the Justice Department has cleared a Ferguson, Mo., police officer of civil rights violations in the death last August of Michael Brown. 
The decision, announced on Wednesday, ends a lengthy investigation into the shooting last August, in which the officer, Darren Wilson shot and killed Mr. Brown in the street as he tried to stop him for a possible theft. Several witnesses said Mr. Brown, 18, had his hands up in surrender when he died, leading to violent clashes in Ferguson and nationwide protest chants of “Hands up, don’t shoot." 
Mr. Wilson, who left the Ferguson Police Department late last year, said that Mr. Brown had fought with him, reached for his gun, and later charged at him, making him fear for his life. 
“There is no evidence upon which prosecutors can rely to disprove Wilson’s stated subjective belief that he feared for his safety,” the report said. At the same time, it concluded that the witnesses who claimed that Mr. Brown was surrendering were not credible. 
“Some of those accounts are inaccurate because they are inconsistent with the physical and forensic evidence; some of those accounts are materially inconsistent with that witnesses’ own prior statements with no explanation,” the report said. 
“Although some witnesses state that Brown held his hands up at shoulder level with his palms facing outward for a brief moment, these same witnesses describe Brown then dropping his hands and ‘charging’ at Wilson,” it added. 
“Those witness accounts stating that Brown never moved back toward Wilson could not be relied upon in a prosecution because their accounts cannot be reconciled with the DNA bloodstain evidence and other credible witness accounts.”
The absurdity of Black-Run America (BRA), whose devoted "journalists" have peddled the lie of "Hands Up, Don't Shoot"with a zealotry only matched by their commitment to calling George Zimmerman a 'white-hispanic', has been utterly exposed in the farce of Ferguson.

The main question now is when did the Obama Administration and the Department of Justice know these facts: August? October? November?

The night of November 24th, when Ferguson inexplicably burned (despite the National Guard stationed throughout St. Louis County)?

One small suburb - a city once home to the aspirations of young white families - has now birthed a glimpse of the horror of HUD's Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) plan all because the story of Ferguson's collapse is nothing more than a warning of the true evil of Section 8 Vouchers.

And the story of the deification of Michael Brown is nothing more than an expose of the pure evil nature of modern journalism, whose newsrooms are staffed with social justice warriors intent on excusing away all manners of black dysfunction as the lingering residue of white racism.

It's time put your hands down black people.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

"In a world of monotonous horror there could be no salvation in wild dreaming."

If you've only seen The Omega Man (or the excellent Vincent Price The Last Man on Earth), pick up a copy of Richard Matheson's I Am Legend.

Long story short, it's an incredible horror novel completely inspiring a generation of end-of-the-world/apocalyptic stories, including the unbelievably influential George Romero (who, it should be noted, is the man who birthed the zombie craze of which The Walking Dead is the apex of the wave).

Yesterday, you were encouraged to tell readers of your "I came here to build a bridge" moment: you're still encouraged to share your experience for others to read, as these stories of individual courage in the face of an unrelenting, unforgiven system known as Black-Run America (BRA) are inspiring, hilarious, and even difficult to read.

Please allow now for a quote from Matheson's I Am Legend to remind SBPDL readers of the task ahead of all us.

It's a sober, honest assessment of the situation in America in 2015, truly as haunting as the one Robert Neville - the main character of the book - faced in the fictional, post-collapse world of I Am Legend. Actually, far more frightening. 

This excerpt of the book comes just after Neville has encountered a seemingly uninfected dog (a virus has wiped out much of humanity in the book), the first "living" creature he has seen in many lonely years. Though he worked hard to nurse the dog back to health, it eventually died:

Chapter 14 of I Am Legend
THERE WAS NO DEBAUCH of drinking. Far from it. He found that he actually drank less. Something had changed. Trying to analyze it, he came to the conclusion that his last drunk had put him on the bottom, at the very nadir of frustrated despair. Now, unless he put himself under the ground, the only way he could go was up. 
After the first few weeks of building up intense hope about the dog, it had slowly dawned on him that intense hope was not the answer and never had been. In a world of monotonous horror there could be no salvation in wild dreaming. Horror he had adjusted to. But monotony was the greater obstacle, and he realized it now, understood it at long last. And understanding it seemed to give him a sort of quiet peace, a sense of having spread all the cards on his mental table, examined them, and settled conclusively on the desired hand. 
Burying the dog had not been the agony he had supposed it would be. In a way, it was almost like burying threadbare hopes and false excitements. From that day on he learned to accept the dungeon he existed in, neither seeking to escape with sudden derringdo nor beating his pate bloody on its walls. 
And, thus resigned, he returned to work.
Remember: our job isn't to vote our way out of the racial despotism that is Black-Run America (BRA), of which so many Republicans keep alive by their assertion this nation is still a "Shining City on a Hill"; our job is to survive its collapse.

But you are not alone.

And the greatest fear of those in power is this undeniable fact: the number of those who feel like Robert Neville shock not only those in power, but would shock you to the core.

Those Who Can See must understand our job is to survive.

And we will.


 

Monday, March 2, 2015

"I came here to build a bridge."

It's been said Zulu (made in 1964) was made as an answer to the decolonization of Africa by the West. 

Depicting the story of the Battle of Rorke's Drift, where roughly 150 British troops successfully defended a small settlement in Africa from 3,000 - 4,000 advancing Zulus, Zulu is easily the one movie in the history of cinema that leaves a viewer simply asking: why in the world was this movie made? 

The heroes are white males, who in the face of overwhelming black odds utilize superior military tactics to repel the hordes of Zulus from ensuring this small garrison of British would share the same fate as those white soldiers massacred earlier in The Battle of Isandlwana.
What was the moment in your life where the life-long chore of bridge-building collapsed via the weight of the reality of racial differences?

Toward the beginning of the movie, Lieutenant John Chard is seen building a bridge over some nameless river. As part of the Royal Engineers, he's also the senior officer at the garrison and he assumes control of the British forces once hostilities appear likely. 

If you haven't seen the movie, there's no point in giving away the incredible details of the movie, but at the end of the Zulu, Chard stands tall with the surviving British soldiers and casually remarks, "I came here to build a bridge."

Powerful scene, but an even more powerful quote when the context of the statement is juxtaposed with the decolonization of Africa beginning across the continent and the assertion of black power with the loosening vise of so-called "white supremacy" on the Dark Continent. 

Many people come to this point in their life, when they approach a moment of realization about the lies of integration, diversity, tolerance, and racial equality being nothing more than the building of a bridge to nowhere (or even worse, the infamous Springfield "Escalator to Nowhere").

So, SBPDL invites you to tell your "I came here to build a bridge" moment, when the reality of race finally became clear and the lies of a lifetime collapsed.