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Businesses shuttered (save for a hair extension store, Dollar General, a KFC, McDonald's, and a Burger King), houses falling apart, signs littering yards imploring the citizens of Tuskegee "to stop the violence"; all surrounding a university considered one of the top for educating Black people in the world, heavily subsidized by state and federal funds and enduring myths supplied by purported airmen and syphilis experiments.
A stones throw from a downtown (where intersections aptly named Martin Luther King Pkwy and Rosa Parks something another rest) that resembles a city after a zombie apocalypse, a vacant, brand-new shopping complex rests where that abandoned Wal-Mart was recently torn down.
No businesses have moved into this famous city to fill this vacant commercial real estate, with the new development sitting empty as a stark and ominous reminder to what Black people have the capacity to create. Economic growth from a people with whose single females have a net worth of $5 is tragically punctuated by a visit to Tuskegee in Macon County.
What a Black world looks like is on display in Tuskegee. 99 percent of Black students at Booker T. Washington High School are eligible for free lunches, showcasing that school named for an individual that wanted Black people to become self-reliant has become but a microcosm for how Black peoples entire existence being courtesy of federal and state dollars.
Here is your Black Wall Street for 2011. Don't give us the bs of Tulsa in 1921; Tuskegee shows (just as Detroit, Birmingham, Prince Georges County and hundreds of other towns do) what happens when the free market and Black people collide.
What happens when Black people and white people collide in Peoria, Illinois? Courtesy of Lawrence Auster:
Peorians living in fear
This eye-witness account is from Paul Wilkinson, president of the Altamont Park Neighborhood Association:
Tonight, around 11 p.m., a group of at least 60-70 African American youth marched down one of the side streets (W. Thrush) to the 4 lane main drag (Sheridan). They were yelling threats to white residents. Things such as we need to kill all the white people around here. They were physically intimidating anyone calling for help from the police. They were surrounding cars. Cars on the main drag had to slam on their brakes to either avoid the youth blocking not only all four lanes, but a large section of the side street as well. fights were breaking out among them. They were rushing residents who looked out their doors, going on to porches, yelling threats to people calling the police for help. Cars were doing U turns on the streets just to avoid the mob, mostly male. One youth stated his grandfather was white and several assaulted him on the spot. [LA replies: That's very odd. What does it mean? That the mob assaulted a black person after he declared that he had a white grandfather?] One police officer answered the call. The youth split into two large groups, one heading north, the other south. They were also yelling racial threats to the police officer but he was outnumbered. Another police car did not show up until after the youth finally dispersed and the patty wagon (van) also eventually showed up.
Residents are very shaken, both black and white alike. This is the fifth large mob action in about a month with smaller groups of 10-12 are out threatening children and adults a few evenings a week or later into the night. The times vary, even occuring during the day. In talking to the police officer, they are short staffed. Residents were advised to simply keep inside and to lock their doors. In other words buckle down, it's not even safe to sit on your porch or go into your yards.
"The fifth large mob action in about a month." Wow. This is really outrageous. Why is this neighborhood having to put up with this? "Residents were advised to simply keep inside and to lock their doors"? Seriously? That's the best we can do for our fellow citizens' safety?
This needs to be addressed, and quickly.What we are witnessing across Black-Run America (BRA) is something we don't even want to write about anymore: from sea-to-shining-sea an unmistakable and unforgivable menace terrorizes law-abiding citizens (Black-on-Black violence is horrible too) and yet the media remains silent, openly refusing to acknowledge the race of the assailants.
Denver is plagued by Black people attacking random white stoners and white people who fled from Mexifornia; Chicago is plagued by Black people obviously motivated from viewing Sarah Palin's Alaska who have decided participating in Mahogany Mobs is a great way to potentially land a date with Bristol; St. Louis has Black people playing merely a spirited game of Knockout King; and Akron, Ohio in 2009 saw 50 Black people randomly attack a white family on July 4th chanting "This is a Black world!"
Memorial Day 2011 taught us a valuable lesson; this summer is going to be one for the history books.
Now on the same weekend that Carter Strange rests disfigured from an attack by 8 Black people in Columbia, South Carolina (all who have subsequently been charged with lynching), we see how Black people wish to repay white people in Black-Run America in Peoria. As the chants of "Kill all the White people!" sink into your head, know that today we saw for our own eyes what Black people can accomplish on their own.
Tuskegee, Alabama, the home of Tuskegee University (a city that Wal-Mart fled from in the dead of the night back in the 1980s) is touted as the center of Black creativity and ingenuity. It's a ghost town, with houses boarded up and falling into dilapidated states of decay.
This is a Black world now. What we saw in Tuskegee reminded us of memories from we have from formerly great cities like Detroit, Cleveland, Baltimore, Birmingham, Memphis, and Richmond.
The summer of 2011 is going to be one that will augment the numbers of Those Who Can See to levels never-before seen. There is no reason to do anything but watch and document. People should do everything possible to stay safe in the coming months, but DO NOT RETALIATE.
Remember that Eric "My People" Holder recently bragged about re-opening the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice; he is the one who called us a nation of cowards and said we need a national dialogue on race.
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So you want that debate, do you Mr. Holder? I've seen the future in Tuskegee; a future that looks a lot like Detroit and Baltimore. If it's a world where white people hide fearful in their homes from Mahogany Mobs, we want no part of this Black world.
Like it or not, courtesy of rampaging Mahogany Mobs all across America, we're going to get that debate on race.