Monday, December 27, 2010

Christmas in Dixie, NFL Game Snowed Out: Life in BRA at the end of 2010

The fictional world of "The Walking Dead" might be safer then real 2010 Atlanta
Normal posts will recommence tomorrow. Please allow a couple of quick observations from the past few days (with hopes all reading had a wonderful Christmas), with many interesting stories transpiring in the city "to busy to hate" worth pointing out.

Atlanta is a city at war with itself. The Black population (dead-set on maintaining power) has used MARTA as a jobs program for unemployable Black people and effectively run it into bankruptcy. Attempting to show increases in student scores, scores of Black principals and school administrators have "improved" students test scores by falsifying data.

Worse though, Atlanta has some of the worst neighborhoods in America and even the most desirable are falling victim to wanton criminality:
Virginia-Highland residents who were relaxing after police arrested suspects in connection with a murder there have reason to be nervous again.

A woman was sexually assaulted in a home on Rosedale Road Sunday night, Atlanta police said. Officers were called to the residence at 7:15 p.m.

The attacker was armed with a kitchen knife, according to Channel 2 Action News. He encountered the woman outside the home, forced her inside and assaulted her, the station reported, citing police sources.
Sunday night, police searched the neighborhood with a K-9 dog looking for the suspect.

Police say the suspect is a black man in his mid-40s who stands about 5-foot-8 and has little hair. He was "wearing a lot of dark clothes and had a very unpleasant odor," said Officer Kim Jones, a police spokeswoman.
 Unpleasant odor? This rough-sketch of the suspected criminal is undoubtedly racial insensitive, for it is common knowledge that all Black people emit a wonderfully nose-gay scent. Just ask Old Spice.

It was only a few days prior that a number of disenchanted Black youth participated in a video-game rampage through Virginia-Highland, making one of the more desirable locations for living in all of Atlanta grounds for mourning:
Atlanta police arrested three young men and charged them with murder in a high-profile shooting in the Virginia-Highland area and a rape and home invasion a few hours later in Grant Park, but suspect they could be linked to more than 20 other crimes.

Tamario Wise, 18, and two others are charged with murder and armed robbery in the killing of  Charles Boyer. The  39-year-old man was shot several times in a struggle with a gunman just moments after he and his girlfriend got out of the car at her apartment Nov. 22. While the other two are in custody and also charged, police declined to name them because of a related ongoing investigation. Police also have in custody a fourth and fifth man who are suspected of committing crimes with either Wise or his two partners charged with murdering Boyer.

“Make no mistake,” Atlanta Police Chief George Turner said at a news conference with Mayor Kasim Reed and top investigators crowded around him. “We have removed some very dangerous criminals from the streets of Atlanta.”
A couple days later, a sports bar in Atlanta was home to a mass-killing over what detectives called "a long running feud":
Originally, police said only two were wounded by gunfire that apparently targeted Devorris Moss of Riverdale, who was killed.

"When the person started firing, he hit the intended victim and the others were in the area and shot in the cross fire," Chandler said.

The names of the three wounded are not being released, but Chandler said they are expected to be discharged from the hospital soon.

The only description police have of the suspect is his gender and his race, African American.

"We are trying to get in information as to who this other person is," Chandler said. "We don't have a lot to go on. Basically, we are trying to get information as to who can point us in a good direction."
If you live in Atlanta, we advise you to leave. Immediately. Atlanta's crime rate (and a toleration of most crime in major cities) can be linked to over-sensitivity on the part of the Black run city to the preponderance of Black criminality. Judges, city officials, school board, police, the entire infrastructure is run by Black people and for the expressed desire of improving the overall Black populations lot in life.

Watching Death Wish over Christmas, one line stuck out from the film:
Man: I’ll tell you one thing: the guy’s a racist.  You notice he kills more Blacks than Whites.
Woman:  Oh, for Pete’s sake, Harry.  More Blacks are muggers than Whites.  What do you want to do–increase the proportion of White muggers, so we’ll have racial equality among muggers?

Looking at or any racial breakdown of murderers, rapists, and other criminals, one is shocked to see so many Black faces. Or should be shocked anymore? Most newspapers refrain from publishing the race of the suspect and newscasts rarely show the suspects picture, the parade of Black faces a melancholy reminder that racial equality has yet to infiltrate the ranks of muggers and those in the vocation of doing evil to others.

People living in major cities must understand what living in close proximity to hordes of an underclass population can bring. Atlanta, Baltimore, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Birmingham, and every major city in the United States are cities with a problem only a few Web sites will point out even exist.

On a lighter note, the National Football League (NFL) postponed a game on Sunday due to snow prompting many people to question the players and the league's toughness:
In 1948, the Eagles won an NFL championship at Shibe Park in a raging blizzard, a game that was never forgotten by the 36,309 die-hards who didn't think twice about braving those conditions to watch history in the making. Then there was the "Snow-Plow" game in New England and the Pats' memorable playoff victory over Oakland in a snowstorm years later, and the frigid 1967 Ice Bowl in Green Bay. To paraphrase Frank Capra this Christmas season, for a true football fan it would not have been as wonderful a life had those remarkable games never been born.
That's why the decision by the NFL and the Eagles, with input from the city of Philadelphia, to postpone last night's game because of a snowstorm that isn't really all that (we might get 11 inches in the city - not exactly Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer territory, not even close) is more than downright disappointing.
This is the height of wimpiness, and the girly-men who made this sad decision should be ashamed of themselves. The NFL has been rightfully called the No Fun League for a number of years, but this takes that to a whole embarrassing new level. In fact, let's name names here: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Eagles' owner Jeff Lurie and president Joe Banner, and Mayor Nutter - you are the Wimps Who Stole Christmas from football fans in Philadelphia.
Honestly, it never even occurred to me that postponing the game (until tomorrow - a decision that also hurts the Eagles' chances of getting a coveted bye in the first round of the playoffs, but we won't go there, not now) was something they'd consider. Around noon yesterday, I got an e-mail from a Daily News colleague (I'm the night city editor on Sundays - by the way, it took me the same amount of time to drive to Center City from Delaware County as it does on a sunny 70-degree afternoon, possibly less) about production plans for putting out the paper, including if the Eagles' game were canceled. I laughed when I read that. Hah! Doesn't she know, I thought, that unless there's a roof collapse or Hurricane Katrina they don't cancel NFL games? Period.
Which is why I was stunned to see this news release from the NFL:
The 1967 Ice Bowl - notice the paucity of Black athletes
"Due to public safety concerns in light of today's snow emergency in Philadelphia, tonight's Vikings-Eagles game has been postponed. Because of the uncertainty of the extent of tonight's storm and its aftermath, the game will be played on Tuesday night at 8 p.m. This will allow sufficient time to ensure that roads, parking lots and the stadium are fully cleared. The National Weather Service states that a winter storm warning in Philadelphia remains in effect until 1 p.m. on Monday . . . "
Today, the NFL is 70 percent Black (when a Black player is benched, cries of racism are near). In 1948, professional football was in its infancy of reinstituting integration.
Whenever you hear people refer to "the good old days" they simply refer to a time when things were all-white or nearly all-white. Integration has helped provide Black athletes with wonderful publicity for their race and opportunities to garner a college education, but it has also provided with a lot of horrible instances of Black people engaging in activity that isn't far removed from the realm of criminality.

Were the NFL a majority white league, the game would have been played last night. When you hear people talk about how "tough" things were in the old-days, they implicitly endorse an era that had white athletes starring at positions they are now forbidden from playing.

We have learned that Black people do not like the cold (the Winter Olympics having a paucity of Black people). Black people don't like snow and wintry conditions leave them flummoxed:
Some senior citizens who live in Flint public housing say they can't stay warm enough in their apartments because of a new heating system that won't let them bump the thermostat past 73 degrees.

"They tell us how much water to use (and now) how much heat to use," said Jacqueline Boone, 60, a resident of Centerview Apartments. "They tell us we have to live with it (but) I turn my stove on at night."
Run by the Flint Housing Commission exclusively for senior citizens, Centerview was built more than 40 years ago but received major upgrades designed to increase energy efficiency earlier this year, according to Rod Slaughter, executive director of FHC.

Among the additions: a new roof, new windows throughout the 90-unit building, and new digital thermostats with pre-set maximum temperatures of 73 degrees.
We have a population in the United States that can do no wrong. Though we can thank them for athletic achievements and for providing entertainment, we can also thank this population for making most major cities uninhabitable.

People are so afraid of calling Black people out, for this act is the most powerful form of defiance one can perform in Black Run America (BRA).

Pro athletes once played for pride, now they play to pay off the child support for their growing brood or to pay back their creditors (looking at you Michael Vick).

We might be the only Web site to accurately call it out, so here goes: that the NFL postponed a game is due to the majority of the contestants on the field being Black. Since the evolutionary biology of Black people and white people is incredibly different (though its not polite to talk about), we know Black people don't like the cold.

This quote below calling "America a nation of wussies" is perfect. BRA has made us a nation of wussies, lobotomizing individuals from speaking out against the dangers that actually exist in our midst. A more virile nation would watch its athletes play in the cold elements, a reminder that the most athletic among us can brave the cold, destitute wintry nights. Now the pampered Black athletes so many people worship couldn't be bothered with performing in snow (perhaps errant snow balls could be thrown?), beautifully serving as a metaphor for what separates "the good old days" from where we are now:
In a sign of the severity of the storm, an NFL football game scheduled on Sunday in Philadelphia was postponed, forcing the Philadelphia Eagles and Minnesota Vikings to reschedule the contest for Tuesday.
The move sparked criticism, especially as the sport loves to glorify great games in snow.

"It's an absolute joke," Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, a big Eagles fan, told Fox. "I was looking forward to this. It would have been a real experience. This is what football is all about."
"We're becoming a nation of wussies," Rendell said.

We have become a nation of wussies. It's time we change that.


Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

They couched the delay more as a public safety thing; there were already 100 accidents in Philly. Same reason they don't want Superbowls played in outdoor stadiums in the cold yet they'll allow a burned-out boarded up city like Detroit to host one. But it being cold and having absolutely NOTHING to do(unlike say, DC or NY) is A-OK since they have a dome. Hoping Vick and the Iggles lose to the Falcons in the playoffs. That'd be sweet.


I'm President Charley said...

This was pretty funny. Ed Reed + Jacket + Heater = FIRE!!! Come On Man!!!

John Robert Mallernee said...


Personally, I never watch professional or college sports, because I think they're boring, and the team members don't truly represent their designated communities.

I haven't been to a football stadium since I was in college (I went to all the games), although, many years ago, I once attended a major league baseball game at Candlestick Park.

When I was younger, I enjoyed playing football, but watching it on television puts me to sleep.

Actually, I would still love to play football, but when you're my age, you can't find anyone else to play with.

As for the "Ice Bowl" of 1967, it probably wouldn't work today because we've lost (or so compliantly forfeited?) so much individual freedom in our contemporary society.

For instance, the normal mandatory security screening and restrictions now being imposed by major event commercialization would prevent the average citizen from bringing a thermos of hot drink or a rucksack containing a seat cushion, wool blanket, candy bars, and sandwiches to help stay warm during the game.

Does the prevalence of misconduct by Black fans contribute to the perceived requirement for enhanced security, thus further jeopardizing the safety of White fans, by infringing on their capacity for self defense?

(I'm one who believes our society is safer if every citizen wears a loaded firearm everywhere they go, including football stadiums.)

Also, in his comment on this post, "DICE" referred to the numerous vehicle accidents in Philadelphia.

Don't Blacks compose the majority of Philadelphia's population?

Having resided in Washington, D.C. for several years, where the overwhelming majority of the population is Black, driving in GOOD weather is hazardous, due to the irresponsible conduct of Black drivers.

And as for driving in wintry conditions on icy roads?

Not me - - - , I stay home!

(Of course, to be absolutely fair, I must admit that I'm retired and can afford that luxury.)

Thank you.

John Robert Mallernee
Armed Forces Retirement Home
Gulfport, Mississippi 39507