Monday, April 20, 2015

"When a forest grows too wild a purging fire is inevitable and natural..."

Vandals have chopped down a tree in Ferguson, which was dedicated to the memory of Michael Brown. 

You might remember Michael Brown was the 18-year-old black male who attacked Officer Darren Wilson on Canfield Drive back on August 9, 2014, attempting to kill the white policeman in the process. 

Naturally, he deserved a tree in his honor in the 70 percent black city. [Memorial tree for Michael Brown cut in half, stone memorial missing, KMOV.com, 4-20-15]:


A memorial tree for Michael Brown was found cut in half and a stone memorial was missing less than 24 hours after being dedicated. 
The tree was dedicated by the Black Caucus of the American Library Association on Saturday, but was found vandalized on Sunday morning.
Black Lives Matter, right? Then so do the trees planted to memorialize them. 

If a white person ends up being the culprit behind the destruction of the young tree planted in honor of Michael Brown, you can only imagine the highly public lynching they'll receive. But a strange story also out of St. Louis speaks to the great imbalance present in Black-Run America (BRA). [Woman allegedly attacks man while yelling racial slurs at convenience store, KMOV.com, 4-20-15]:
A man said a woman with a knife attacked him and yelled racial slurs at a convenience store in Charlack. 
Twanna Brown is facing armed criminal action charges. Police said Brown yelled racial slurs and death threats at a man at a 711 on St. Charles Rock Road. 
“The customer behind her got too close in her words and she whipped out a knife and attempted to stab the guy. She told him she ‘kills crackers all the time,” said Charlack Police Chief Steve Runger. 
The victim, who did not want to share his name, said Brown's actions were unprovoked as he stood behind her in line. 
“Her finger came within an inch of my face the first time. Then she went to go reach again and the clerk behind the counter was trying to tell me she had a knife,” the victim said. 
The victim said Brown pulled the knife but he said he never saw the blade. He also said he wonders if hate crime charges will be filed. 
Runger does not believe the attack was racially motivated. 
“She just lost it. She went off on this customer and he happened to be white. I think she lost control of her emotions but I don't think it was racially motivated,” Runger said. 
"Kills crackers all the time..."

 There's more value in a tree planted in Michael Brown's honor than in the life of a white person in metro St. Louis.

If a white person is found to be guilty of destroying the tree of black life in Ferguson, then they will face the wrath of BRA; Police Chief Runger automatically disqualifies a hate crime in the "Kills crackers all the time..." assault, because it involved a potential white victim instead a tree dedicated to a black person who was potentially trying to kill a white cop. KMOV.com

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Is the Black Population of Memphis Irredeemable? Yes.

Our job was never to change America or represent some form of salvation; it's far too late for this to happen. 

Far too late. 


Our job is to survive. 
The black population in 64 percent black Memphis is irredeemable...


There is no reform for America, nor hope. All that is left is a doubling-down on the same insanity driving the destruction of this nation, seemingly accelerating on a weekly basis. 

And our job is to survive. 

Whereas once our major cities saw network affiliates host phone banks to raise money for various causes or charities seeking to improve the community, now 64 percent black Memphis has broken new ground in defining indecency and destitution with a 'crime phone bank'... a clear sign of the utter degeneracy of the black community. [Fight back against crime phone bank today, WREG.com, 4-15-15]:
People in Memphis are angry after a weekend of violence where innocent lives were taken. 
News Channel 3 is helping you fight back! 
A panel of community leaders and law enforcement will join WREG to hear what you have to say. 
If you have ideas on how to combat the violence or even have a real crime tip to pass along, we want to hear it. 
Join us on Wednesday from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. 
We will have a phone bank set up for you to call and will post the phone number here and on social media. 
We’re giving you a chance for your voice to be heard.
A phone bank against crime, in a city where the claim of "Black Lives Matter" (sic) truly falls on deaf ears... [Hard Truth: Black-on-black homicides are a big problem in Memphis., Memphis Flyer, 8-29-13] and [Black, White, and Dead: Most of the murders in Memphis are cases of "black-on-black" crime., Memphis Flyer, 7-20-2006]

Memphis is a city whose black population required the creation of the Memphis Gun Down program, a program dedicated to decreasing the violence committed by young black people; from this grew the Hospital Based Violence Intervention Program, all because black people in Memphis refuse to put the gun down. [Hospital Intervention Program designed to curb revenge violence, WREG.com, 4-17-15]:
 Few said it out loud, but the talk on Durby Circle, where 7-year-old Kirsten Williams was shot down and killed, is that the gunfire may have been revenge. 
The night before, a 22-year-old man had been shot on the same street. 
“Yeah they getting revenge, but that is just because they can do it,” one citizen told us. 
Police knew it too. 
One shooting often leads to another. 
It`s why the City of Memphis created a Hospital Based Violence Intervention Program through Memphis Gun Down. 
When a gun shot victim ends up at places like Regional One Medical Center, an intervention team that knows the neighborhood and players are there to try to calm tensions and prevent revenge.
Low impulse + Poor Future Time-Orientation+ Low IQ (black political control)² = Memphis 2015... a city where the majority black Memphis City Council fought to keep the cameras of The First 48 from showcasing individual acts of blackness collectively painting the black population as completely incapable of maintaining the 1st World civilization white people left behind as they fled the rising levels of black depravity choking the life out of the city. 

And yet 'crime phone banks' and the Memphis Gun Down program (and its Frankenstein creation, the Hospital Based Violence Intervention Program) are hilarious reminders of why Memphis became a majority black city in the first place: with white people abandoning the city their parents, grandparents, and great grandparents built to instead live in the relative peace and tranquility of Germantown or other white suburbs. 

But 'Black Lives Matter' (sic), right? [Dozens rally for peace in light of children’s murders, WREG.com, 4-18-15]:
Dozens in Memphis honored two children gunned down in their neighborhoods by rallying for peace. The event was organized by Memphis Mothers Against Violence.Some voices were strong; some voices small, but together people stood at Getwell and Rhodes shouting for peace. 
“Are you going to wait until police knock on your door and say you`re child has been murdered? Are you going to wait until gang bangers come for you for nothing at all? When do you say enough is enough?” asked Memphis Mothers Against Violence Founder, Bridget Bradley. 
This week Memphis is heartbroken over a rash of violence. All on the same day, 15-year-old Cateria Stokes was shot and killed while sleeping in her bed. 7-year-old Kirsten Williams was murdered by gang members’ guns while playing outside on her street. And dozens of teens attacked a Good Samaritan helping an older lady to her car at a gas station. 
“We have to take back our streets. These gangs shouldn’t be running our city. The community should run it,” said Bradley. 
Memphis Mothers against Violence originally planned this rally for later this month, but after all the brutality, they said it needed to happen now. 
“Put the guns down and fight like a man!’ shouted out Frank Gottie. “Not with a fist. I’m talking about with your mind. You got to fight obstacle,” said Gottie. 
“As a community, how do we fight with our minds?” asked WREG’s Elise Preston. 
“Stick together, respect one another,” replied Gottie. 
By sticking together, the group hopes both people and systems change in Memphis. 
“Get the judges to enforce these laws instead of cut the laws. Give the police their money back so we can get officers in the streets,” said Frances Rodgers.
"Memphis Mothers Against Violence?"

We've already learned the violence in Memphis is almost an exclusively black phenomenon, which seems to damage the credibility of the whole 'Black Lives Matter' (sic) campaign. 
A shirt pictured at a rally for peace in 64 percent black Memphis: its very existence serves as
refutation of the war cry  "Black Lives Matter" (sic)


But only a "couple of dozen" people showed up to march against violence in Memphis and rally for peace? 

What were other members of the black Memphis community doing? Making excuses for the army they've bred. [Guns And Drugs: Memphis Boy's Instagram Sparking Talk, My Fox Memphis, 4-16-15]:
Guns, weed, gang signs: It's the theme throughout a 13-year-old's 108 Instagram posts 
"This is nothing strange to me," said Stevie Moore with Freedom From Unnecessary Negatives, a group counseling troubled youth. 
Family members identify the Instagram account belonging to Jonathan; they would not tell FOX13 his last name but did say the teen has faced struggles that led him there like his brother being killed.  
"This child didn't learn this by himself. He had a role model," said Moore, "See, a role model is a role model whether it's good or bad." 
FOX13 dug through police records and discovered Jonathan has a sister with a record, Desunda Brown; he's posted about her. Brown's rap sheet includes Especially Aggravated Kidnapping, Aggravated Robbery and firearm charges among others. 
"They do not have a basic structure. They do not have a positive relationship," said Moore, "So we can point the fingers, all we're going to say is 'It starts at home, we got to get the parents.' The parents we're talking about getting don't care because if they did care than this wouldn't be happening." 
Jonathan began tweeting directly to FOX13's Sarah Bleau, starting with "DONT YOU GOT SOMETHING BETTER TO DO MAM." 
He did not want to call to talk on the phone but did tweet to Sarah that "people gonna hate" and the reason he posts the pictures is because "chief keef (a Chicago rapper) got famous from that right???" 
He added in a Tweet, "YALL WORRIED ABOUT JUST ME WHEN THERE ARE MANY MORE KIDS LIKE ME." 
"Everybody's focused on that child," said Moore, "And the child has nothing to do with none of this. The child is not to blame and we're blaming the child."
"YALL WORRIED ABOUT JUST ME WHEN THERE ARE MANY MORE KIDS LIKE ME."  

There's nothing funny about what's happening to America, but the real joke is there's virtually nothing we can do to stop it.

Nothing.

But we can survive.

And this represents the ultimate act of rebellion, in an age when so much is truly irredeemable.


FOX13 News, WHBQ FOX 13 WDAM-TV 7-News, Weather, Sports-Hattiesburg, MS

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Thaddeus McCarroll: There's something happening here. What it is ain't exactly clear...

You never know what will set "it" off. 

You just never know. [Man with knife fatally shot by police in Jennings, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 4-17-15]:
 A  Jennings man was shot and killed by St. Louis County police Friday night after authorities said he charged at them with a knife during a stand-off outside his home. 
The dead man was identified as Thaddeus McCarroll, 23. 
Police on a body cam video released Saturday morning can be heard reassuring McCarroll that "we are not here to harm you."  
A county tactical unit negotiator urges McCarroll to "do me a favor and drop the knife and come over here so we can talk about what's going on." 
Moments later the sound of a weapon shooting a single rubber bullet can be heard. 
Police said the projectile struck McCarroll in the leg. 
Police say McCarroll, knife still in hand, continued to advance on the tactical unit officers. 
The video then records a burst of gunfire followed by orders to "Get CPR going! Get a medic! Get a medic!" over the sound of a barking police dog. 
McCarroll was pronounced dead at the scene. 
County police said the standoff began shortly after officers responded to a 9:30 p.m. report of a man wielding a knife and a Samurai sword locking his mother out of their home in the 9200 block of Riverwood Drive.
McCarroll's mother told police her son was wandering the residence muttering about a "journey" and "mission." 
McCarroll, according to his mother, was also referring to a "black revolution."  
Police said that McCarroll ended negotiations with the tactical unit by emerging from the home about 11:30 p.m. with a knife in one hand and a Bible in the other. 
The two-hour drama shattered the Friday night quiet in a neighborhood proud of the stability of longtime home ownership. 
Many neighbors said they've known McCarroll since childhood. 
They say police told McCarroll's mother, Charlene McCarroll, they would get him help. 
"They told her they would talk him out and take him to DePaul Hospital," said a neighbor. 
Instead, "they didn't give that rubber bullet enough time to work," said the neighbor who was standing with Charlene McCarroll as the scene unfolded. 
Velvet Wade, the McCarroll's next door neighbor, likened the fusillade from TAC unit weapons to "a war zone." 
"It all lit up," said Wade.
Back in 2005, Brian Nichols attempted to start a 'black revolution' in Atlanta, in a story completely dropped down the memory hole.

Though few people dare consider what those two words mean, how often does the term "black revolution" slip from the lips of blacks across America?

How often indeed, considering black witnesses to McCarroll's mental breakdown claimed he didn't even have a knife... just a Bible. [Neighbors offer accounts of officer-involved fatal shooting of Thaddeus McCarroll, St. Louis American, 4-19-15]:
The group said that they had been outside from 10:30 p.m. until 3:30 a.m. They said that they were urged by police to go inside their homes, but refused to go because they were afraid that McCarroll would be killed if no one was there to see.
“Last night they really intimidated us with how they had the crime scene set up,” the young woman said. “They told us we couldn’t walk out here. My friend came across the street just to talk to us. The police told him, I don’t want y’all walking back and forth because you are making the police officers uneasy. What do you mean we are making you uneasy?
We’re just sitting on the porch. This is our neighborhood.”
They say that they offered to help police try to bring McCarroll out, so did McCarroll’s mentor.
It can be assumed that police didn’t adhere to their request to protect the safety of citizens if McCarroll was brandishing a knife.
The group felt that McCarroll was betrayed most of all, claiming that police promised him that if he came out of the house he wouldn’t be harmed.
As they relived the final moments of McCarroll’s life, his death didn’t make sense to any of the people who saw it. A few even disputed that he had a knife. One woman said he had a bible. Another woman said he was pointing at the officers – therefore making it impossible to hold a knife.
Either way they believe there were enough resources for law enforcement available at the scene to where McCarroll didn’t have to die.
 McCarroll had to die because he attacked police.

It's that simple.


Friday, April 17, 2015

Why Does St. Louis Need the "Big Brother" Real Time Crime Center? Because of the Collective Criminality of Individual Black People

If we were just individuals, as Ayn Rand and her disciples would have you believe, then crime statistics broken down by race would be an invalid way of interpreting reality. 

But we are not mere individuals; our individual actions, good or bad, help create a community. 
All of the various components of St. Louis Real Time Crime Center are necessary because of the collective actions of individual black people...


A community can be overflowing with social capital or one with an overabundance of social workers. 


This is the reality of the world Ayn Rand devotees cannot entertain, but it's also the reality of the world adherents to the ideology of Black-Run America (BRA) can never endorse. 


Increasing violence in St. Louis, courtesy of black individuals collectively making the city unsafe (in a span of six hours on April 15, five sets of shootings left nine people injured), is a phenomenon Ayn Randians would ascribe anything but racial in origin. 


But, of course, a simple understanding of the data provided yearly by the Metropolitan Police Department, City of St. Louis: Annual Report to the Community offers powerful evidence the violent crime problem in St. Louis is entirely due to the black population. 


Entirely


Which is why 49 percent black and 43 percent white St. Louis is seeing much of downtown turn into a surveillance state the architects of Oceania in 1984 could only dream of: 


These measures are necessary to ensure some assurance of peace and stability in a community destabilized by individual blacks, whose collective actions make St. Louis one of the more violent places in all of America. 

A recent march against violence in St. Louis, organized by black churches, was only able to attract 50 people... even though 25 different churches united in the march to stop violence (meaning a pitiful two people per church came to the event). 


The Police Chief of St. Louis believes those white suburban fans of the St. Louis Cardinals and the NHL's St. Louis Blues should leave their guns at home (he said this in 2013 as well), all because of the black populations inability to leave parked cars undisturbed. [Police solution to cut down increasing gun violence in St. Louis, KMOV.com, 4-16-15]:
“Yesterday was a random act of violence,” St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department Chief Sam Dotson said. “The three incidents were not connected. We are seeing an elevated amount of violence.” 
Dotson says these shootings are “disturbing” and has a plan to decrease the frequency. Dotson wants to crack down on the amount of stolen guns in the city and use surveillance cameras to catch the suspects. He believes most of the gun violence is committed with stolen guns. 
According to Dotson, there has been a 70 percent increase in gun thefts since the year began, specifically guns that are left in cars. 
“Leave it (guns) at home,” Dotson said. “Don't give criminals more guns because we already know they are using them.” 
He also says police will have access to 400 cameras throughout the city to catch criminals. Police will have access to this information from the new Real Time Crime Center
“When officers are dispatched to an area with a shooting, we can quickly say what assets we have,” Dotson said. “Do we have cameras or LPR technology? Maybe [we can] get video or a license plate.”
"Don't give criminals more guns..."

The only way those "criminals" are going to get the guns is if they break into the white people's parked cars - while they watch the MLB's Cardinals or NHL's Blues and contribute money into the St. Louis economy which the city desperately needs - and steal them; and the only reason these white people have guns in their vehicles is to protect themselves and family from the very black people Chief Dotson is warning might steal their guns while they are away from their car... 


Sick. 


Sick. 


Sick. 


With all the technology and surveillance equipment at their disposal, the chief of police in St. Louis still presides over a city whose white visitors from suburbs feel compelled to bring guns with them when they venture into this majority black metropolis...


For those interested, the City of St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department finally released its 2013 Annual Report to the Community, which breaks down arrests by race for violent crimes. 

Remember, out of 318,000 people, St. Louis is 49.2 percent black 43.9 percent white (as of 2010 US Census). 

Here's the breakdown for 2013:

  • 87.1% of those arrested for aggravated assault in St. Louis in 2013 were black.
  • 93.6% of those arrested for robbery in St. Louis in 2013 were black.
  • 94% of those arrested for murder in St. Louis in 2013 were black.  
  •  80.2% of those arrested for forcible rape in St. Louis in 2013 were black.  

  •  90% of those arrested for weapons offenses in St. Louis in 2013 were black.
Here's the breakdown 1999:
  • 84.94% of those arrested for aggravated assault in St. Louis in 1999 were black.
  • 91.74% of those arrested for robbery in St. Louis in 1999 were black.
  • 90.2% of those arrested for murder in St. Louis in 1999 were black.  
  •  88.89% of those arrested for forcible rape in St. Louis in 1999 were black.
Here's the breakdown for 2000:
  • 85.18% of those arrested for aggravated assault in St. Louis in 2000 were black.
  • 90.33% of those arrested for robbery in St. Louis in 2000 were black.
  • 91.67% of those arrested for murder in St. Louis in 2000 were black.  
  •  85.19% of those arrested for forcible rape in St. Louis in 2000 were black.

Here's the breakdown for 2002:

  • 86.26% of those arrested for aggravated assault in St. Louis in 2002 were black.
  • 91.02% of those arrested for robbery in St. Louis in 2002 were black.
  • 94.78% of those arrested for murder in St. Louis in 2002 were black.  
  •  91.06% of those arrested for forcible rape in St. Louis in 2002 were black.

Here's the breakdown for 2003:

  • 85.51% of those arrested for aggravated assault in St. Louis in 2003 were black.
  • 89.21% of those arrested for robbery in St. Louis in 2003 were black.
  • 96.77% of those arrested for murder in St. Louis in 2003 were black.  
  •  94.19% of those arrested for forcible rape in St. Louis in 2003 were black.

Here's the breakdown for 2004:

  • 86.26% of those arrested for aggravated assault in St. Louis in 2004 were black.
  • 91.02% of those arrested for robbery in St. Louis in 2004 were black.
  • 94.78% of those arrested for murder in St. Louis in 2004 were black.  
  •  91.06% of those arrested for forcible rape in St. Louis in 2004 were black.
 Heres' the breakdown for 2005:
  • 86.97% of those arrested for aggravated assault in St. Louis in 2005 were black.
  • 90.59% of those arrested for robbery in St. Louis in 2005 were black.
  • 91.55% of those arrested for murder in St. Louis in 2005were black.  
  •  87.37% of those arrested for forcible rape in St. Louis in 2005 were black.
 Here's the breakdown for 2006:
  • 85.7% of those arrested for aggravated assault in St. Louis in 2006 were black.
  • 89.9% of those arrested for robbery in St. Louis in 2006 were black.
  • 91.8% of those arrested for murder in St. Louis in 2006 were black.  
  •  90.02% of those arrested for forcible rape in St. Louis in 2006 were black.
Here's the breakdown for 2007:
  • 85.7% of those arrested for aggravated assault in St. Louis in 2007 were black.
  • 80.1% of those arrested for robbery in St. Louis in 2007 were black.
  • 92% of those arrested for murder in St. Louis in 2007 were black.  
  •  91.2% of those arrested for forcible rape in St. Louis in 2007 were black.
Anything different in 2008? No:
  • 87.2% of those arrested for aggravated assault in St. Louis in 2008 were black.
  • 85.6% of those arrested for robbery in St. Louis in 2008 were black.
  • 97.7% of those arrested for murder in St. Louis in 2008 were black.  
  •  88.8% of those arrested for forcible rape in St. Louis in 2008 were black.
2009? Is it still almost all-black? Yes:
  • 87.3% of those arrested for aggravated assault in St. Louis in 2009 were black.
  • 92.7% of those arrested for robbery in St. Louis in 2009 were black.
  • 97.1% of those arrested for murder in St. Louis in 2009 were black.  
  •  88.2% of those arrested for forcible rape in St. Louis in 2009 were black.
Please, tell me 2010 is different...:
  • 86.9% of those arrested for aggravated assault in St. Louis in 2010 were black.
  • 92.7% of those arrested for robbery in St. Louis in 2010 were black.
  • 92.4% of those arrested for murder in St. Louis in 2010 were black.  
  •  78.1% of those arrested for forcible rape in St. Louis in 2010 were black.
 2011? Same old song:
  • 86.7% of those arrested for aggravated assault in St. Louis in 2011 were black.
  • 90.3% of those arrested for robbery in St. Louis in 2011 were black.
  • 92% of those arrested for murder in St. Louis in 2011 were black.  
  •  86.2% of those arrested for forcible rape in St. Louis in 2011 were black.

According to 2012 Metropolitan Police Department, City of St. Louis: Annual Report to the Community:

  • 84.7% of those arrested for aggravated assault in St. Louis in 2012 were black.
  • 91.8% of those arrested for robbery in St. Louis in 2012 were black.
  • 97.6% of those arrested for murder in St. Louis in 2012 were black.  
  •  78.6% of those arrested for forcible rape in St. Louis in 2012 were black.
Put down your copy of Atlas Shrugs and The Fountainhead.

Stop pretending you are just an individual and understand why you should be offended by Chief Dotson asking white suburbanites of St. Louis from carrying a weapon into the city.

Crime statistics in St. Louis paint a definitive picture of the race requiring surveillance technology rivaling that in 1984 to be positioned throughout the city, and it's entirely due to the collective actions of individual black people that whites visiting the city need to carry a gun.

Remember: the state is dedicated to the promotion and protection of Black-Run America (BRA).


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