Friday, March 30, 2012

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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

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Monday, March 26, 2012

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Sunday, March 25, 2012

Truth IS Stranger Than Fiction






Trayvon protest organizer goes on violent rampage at college.

Jonatha Carr is a black female college student in Florida. She was organizing a bus trip to take people to a protest for Trayvon Martin. Immediately after being interviewed by the media, she begins screaming hysterically during a lecture. She screams about white people over and over, attacks one student, and threatens to murder her professor.

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Saturday, March 24, 2012

This Could Get Ugly Real Quick

OBAMA, "IF I HAD A SON, HE'D LOOK LIKE TYRONE"







TRAYVON MARTINS DEATH IS A TRAVESTY, I AM NOT UNSYMPATHETIC. HIS DEATH IS NOW A CAUSE CELEBRE AND THE MOB IS LOOKING FOR BLOOD VENGEANCE. HUEY, DEWEY AND LOUIE FARRAKHAN OF THE NATION OF ISLAM, THE RADICALIZED NEW BLACK PANTHER PARTY, AL SHARPTON AND JESSE JACKSON ARE CALLING FOR BLOOD TO AVENGE TRAYVON'S DEATH!

TRAYVONS' DEATH WILL NOT BE AVENGED UNTIL BLOOD IS SPILLED AND COULD RATCHET UP INTO A FULL SCALE RACE WAR IN SHORT ORDER..., HERE'S WHAT USA TODAY OPINES IN A RECENT EDITORIAL...,
From the Olive Street Baptist Church in Sanford, Fla., to New York's Union Square, last month's fatal shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin has tapped into a deep vein of distrust among African Americans.
At the Baptist church in Martin's hometown, stories of violence and hurt poured out from other black mothers and grandmothers. The Internet was alive with a Change.org petition demanding justice for the slain youth. Hundreds marched in Manhattan on Wednesday and rallied in Sanford on Thursday to protest the killing.

How could it be otherwise?

Throughout the nation's history, black men, women and children have been targeted, beaten, lynched and shot, often for a wrong word or look or just being in the wrong place. Police seldom bothered to investigate. Most died in obscurity.

Once in a great while, though, their deaths made a difference. In 1955, Emmett Till, a 14-year-old visiting Money, Miss., was yanked from his bed, shot in the head and dumped in a river after he supposedly whistled at a white woman. Till's killers were acquitted by an all-white jury. The uproar over the injustice helped feed a fledgling civil rights movement.

Today, Americans of all races hear echoes of those deaths. While much remains unknown and new facts could emerge, the Trayvon Martin tragedy carries many of the classic earmarks of racial bias. Despite all of the nation's progress in burying its racist past, minorities are still commonly stopped by authorities for no other reason than the color of their skin. Try to find an African-American man who hasn't been stopped for "driving while black."

Martin, it appears, made the mistake of "walking while black."

The details have been widely reported: On Feb. 26, Martin had just come from a convenience store with some Skittles and an iced tea. He was walking in the Retreat at Twin Lakes, a gated community in the Orlando suburb of Sanford that had seen a recent rash of burglaries and thefts. He had on a hoodie, perhaps against the drizzly night. He was heading for the home of his father's girlfriend.

Neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, driving his SUV, spotted the teen and called 911. "This guy looks like he's up to no good or he's on drugs or something," Zimmerman told a dispatcher. Armed with a gun, Zimmerman said he was following the guy. The dispatcher told him not to.

Zimmerman didn't listen. He left the safety of his vehicle. After a confrontation of some sort, he shot the unarmed Martin dead. Zimmerman has said it was self-defense. Sanford police didn't press charges.

It might well have ended there, but for a slowly building firestorm, fueled by black celebrities and columnists and social media. On Thursday, the Sanford police chief temporarily, and appropriately, stepped aside. Local prosecutors are now investigating Martin's death. So are the FBI and the Justice Department.

While authorities complete their investigations, a couple of questions are worth pondering. Would Zimmerman have thought a white teen in a hoodie looked like he "was up to no good"? And, most pointedly, if Zimmerman were black and had shot a white, unarmed 17-year-old, would police have let him go?

THE BLACK CRIME WAVE IN AMERICA IS CONTINUING UNABATED, THIS IS OVERLOOKED BY THOSE SEEKING JUSTICE FOR TRAYVON.

JESSE JACKSON FEELS, "BLACKS ARE UNDER ATTACK"
Civil rights leader Jesse Jackson said Friday that he's grateful the rest of the country has sat up and taken notice of the tragic slaying of Trayvon Martin. But he can't help but wonder: Why has it taken so long for everyone else to recognize the chronic injustices that African Americans face?

"We're surprised that everyone else is surprised," Jackson told the Los Angeles Times. African Americans have tried for decades to get the rest of America to understand their plight, he said, particularly their beliefs that justice is still elusive in many parts of America, especially the Deep South.

Then along comes the Trayvon Martin case, and facts that are not in contention: Volunteer neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman pursued and then gunned down the unarmed 17-year-old last month, and never faced arrest because police said there was no evidence to contradict his claim that he fired in self-defense.

"I hope that this will be a transformative moment," Jackson said.

Jackson was speaking Friday morning from the Chicago offices of his Rainbow PUSH Coalition. He had just returned from duties in Belgium and Switzerland. He was in Geneva on Wednesday as part of a delegation of religious leaders trying to find a way to end the violence in Syria. Jackson was preparing to get back on a plane for a flight south so he can add his voice to the growing protests in and around Sanford, Fla., where Martin's shooting took place.

Jackson said the Martin case is getting plenty of media attention overseas, attention that is both embarrassing to white America and humiliating to black America.

Moreover, he said, the failure to make an arrest in the case takes away the nation's "moral authority" to address injustices in other countries when it fails to do the same within its own borders.

Jackson predicted that the protests will continue to multiply in number and that the ranks of protestors will swell until Zimmerman is arrested.

"As long as he is outside of the court system, the protests will intensify and spill over into other dimensions," Jackson said. "His lack of appearance in the court system is a source of embarrassment and humiliation. He needs to face the court."

Jackson said that there is a mistaken assumption in some corners of America that all racial problems went away with the election of President Obama. "There was this feeling that we were kind of beyond racism," he said. "That's not true. His victory has triggered tremendous backlash."

He added: "Blacks are under attack." African American families are facing record home foreclosures and unemployment. Their children are burdened with student loan debt. States, particularly conservative ones, are passing voter laws that leaders know will disenfranchise blacks and other minorities. Meanwhile, the nation's prisons are brimming with black faces, he said, and their numbers that suggest that the legal system is quicker to send blacks to prison than whites.

Jackson said gunfire in America continues to be a problem for all Americans -- not just blacks. Why, he asked, isn't America outraged, that far more people die of gun violence in one year in America than the number of soldiers killed in the wars waged in Iraq and Afghanistan?

"Our disparities are great," he said. "Targeting, arresting, convicting blacks and ultimately killing us is big business."

Jackson said he also wants to see the Martin protests accomplish something else beyond justice for the slain teen's family. He said he wants the repeal of Florida's controversial "stand your ground" law, which gives legal protection to people who fight back in self-defense. Some believe that the Florida police were nodding to that law when they declined to arrest Zimmerman after the Feb. 26 shooting.

Many other states have similar statutes, Jackson said, and he wants them all repealed, starting with Florida's.

"No justice, no peace," he said. "The indifference to this kind of pain is just going to intensify the protests."

SO THERE YOU HAVE IT, JACKSON ASSESSES THE STATE OF BLACK AMERICA BUT CAN PROVIDE NO ANSWERS WHY THE BLACK CRIMEWAVE GOES ON UNABATED. FOR MANY CITIZENS ITS TIME TO "LOCK AND LOAD" AND PREPARE FOR THE WORST, BECAUSE THIS SITUATION IS ABOUT TO SPIRAL OUT OF CONTROL.

Tulsa-Black Home Invader Rapes And Kills 85 Year Old Woman, Leaves Her Husband For Dead

MAYBE IF OBAMA HAD A SON HE'D LOOK LIKE THIS BASTARD!

An 85-year-old woman was sexually assaulted and battered to death by a home invader who also shot her 90-year-old husband in the face with a BB gun.

Nancy and Bob Strait, who had celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary in December, were discovered by their daughter at their home in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Both the pensioners were rushed to hospital where Mrs Strait, who was nearly blind, died from her injuries.

Mr Strait, who served in the 101st Airborne Division in World War II, suffered a broken jaw, broken ribs and severe bleeding. He is in a serious condition in hospital.

Police have arrested 20-year-old Tyrone Dale David Woodfork in connection with the case.

The Straits' distraught family today paid tribute to the pair, who grew up in poverty in rural Oklahoma during the Great Depression.

They met each other on a blind date on Thanksgiving 1946, married a month later and went on to have six children, 18 grandchildren and about 50 great and great-great grandchildren. They had recently welcomed a great-great-great grandchild.

Their daughters Lanora and Andra told Tulsa World that the couple were loving and generous people who would do anything for anyone.

'Dad never talked, and Mama never quit talking,' Lanora said.

'Whatever she did, it came from the heart,' Andra added.

The pair could be found sitting on their porch singing and playing the guitar during warmer summer evenings.

Mr Strait, who had worked for the oil derrick supply company Lee C. Moore before retirement, enjoyed woodwork while his wife loved making quilts and baking.

They had both been struggling with health problems before the attack. Mr Strait had been diagnosed with a terminal kidney illness but had outlived the doctor's prognosis.

'He was living because Mother was alive,' Andra told Tulsa World.

The couple had had food poisoning the week before the attack.

'There is no one else who has been through what he's been through who is still alive,' Lanora said of her father.

'We pray he doesn't remember.'

Tulsa police believe burglars broke into the Straits' home either late Tuesday or early Wednesday last week. They were not found until the Wednesday evening.

The home invaders made off with their Dodge Neon, a television and $200.

Woodfork was later found hiding in a nearby house after a witness spotted the stolen vehicle being driven down the road.

He is being held at Tulsa Jail without bail accused of first-degree murder, burglary, assault with a dangerous weapon and two counts of armed robbery.

'This investigation is far from over,' Officer Jason Willingham of the Tulsa police department told Tulsa World. 'We've still got a lot of questions that we still need answered.'

Mrs Strait's funeral will be on Friday. The family has set up a fund the Nancy Strait and Bob Strait Support Trust to help pay for the service and her husband's medical care. source...

YOU KNOW, YOU WANT TO GIVE BLACK AMERICA THE BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT IN THEIR STRUGGLE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS AND EQUALITY, BUT THEN YOU READ A STORY LIKE THIS, A REAL HEADSHAKER, AND YOU WONDER IF IT IS AT ALL POSSIBLE. ARE AMERICAN BLACKS DOOMED?

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Whose Protesting For The Millions Of Victims Of Black Savagery, Thuggery And Criminality? No Million Hoodie March For These Victims!





















WHEN I WAS IN BOOTCAMP AT GREAT LAKES IN 1976, ONE OF THE GUYS IN THE UNIT WAS A YOUNG DETROIT COP WHO DECIDED TO JOIN THE NAVY. HALFWAY THROUGH TRAINING HE GETS WORD THAT THREE OF HIS BROTHER OFFICERS WERE MURDERED BY BLACK THUGS. SINCE 1969, 21,000 PEOPLE HAVE BEEN MURDERED IN DETROIT. THAT'S RIGHT 21,000. source.
THIS PAST WEEKEND MINORITY VIOLENCE IN CHICAGO ACCOUNTED FOR AT LEAST 50 PEOPLE BEING SHOT AND AT LEAST 10 BEING KILLED INCLUDING A 5 YEAR OLD GIRL! source.
TRAYVON MARTINS' SHOOTING IN FLORIDA HAS OUTRAGED THE MASSES, BUT BLACK AMERICA HAS LOST THEIR SUPPOSED MORAL AUTHORITY IN CASES LIKE THIS BECAUSE OF THE TIDAL WAVE OF BLACK THUGGERY THAT HAS ENVELOPED THE ENTIRE COUNTRY IN RECENT YEARS. WHY ISN'T THE "BLACK COMMUNITY" OUTRAGED AT THE LEVEL OF CRIMINALITY COMMITTED BY THEIR OWN?! IN THE WAKE OF LAWLESSNESS UNDERTAKEN BY BLACK GANGBANGERS, DRUG DEALERS, GUN RUNNERS AND PROFESSIONAL CRIMINALS MANY AS YOUNG AS 14 OR 15, WHERE IS THE OUTRAGE AND THE MILLION HOODIE MARCH FOR THE VICTIMS OF THE BLACK CRIMINAL SUBCULTURE RAVAGING AMERICA AND DESTROYING ITS' VERY CITIES FROM WITHIN! WHERE IS THE OUTRAGE?

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

1st Day Of Spring 2012