The cancer of Political Correctness and the rapes of children, approved by the British government.

You can’t make it up.  At some point, somebody has to get some gas, dump it on the former British Empire and light a match. The rotting corpse is starting to stink.  They have killed themselves with political correctness and multiculturalism- both cancers inflicted on good societies.  Here is just one example of the inevitable outcome.

In Britain, there are more, from beheading a soldier to blowing up buses to indoctrinating schools.  Yet, the Brits STILL push it forward.  Suicide by tea and crumpets.

You can write that as the epitaph of Great Britain. The British government kowtowed to Islamic supremacists “for fear of being thought as racist.” The British government hounded counter-jihadists domestically and banned ones from the U.S. from entering the country “for fear of being thought as racist.” The British government worked with Islamic supremacists it mistook for “moderates” “for fear of being thought as racist.” The British government funded liars who exaggerated claims of Muslim victimhood “for fear of being thought as racist.” The British government for years ignored an Islamic supremacist takeover of public schools “for fear of being thought as racist.”

As Britain collapses into inevitable chaos, civil war, and jihad in the streets, Blair, Cameron, May and the rest, and all the dreary Sarah Browns (one of the proprietors of the Leftist dhimmi hate site Harry’s Place) among their dreary, dreary supporters, can congratulate themselves that as they bring down a once-great civilization upon their own heads, at least no one will think that they were “racist.”

“Rotherham child abuse scandal: 1,400 children exploited, report finds,” BBC, August 26, 2014:

At least 1,400 children were subjected to appalling sexual exploitation in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013, a report has found.

Children as young as 11 were raped by multiple perpetrators, abducted, trafficked to other cities in England, beaten and intimidated, it said.

The report, commissioned by Rotherham Borough Council, revealed there had been three previous inquiries.

Council leader Roger Stone said he would step down with immediate effect.

Mr Stone, who has been the leader since 2003, said: “I believe it is only right that as leader I take responsibility for the historic failings described so clearly.”

The inquiry team noted fears among council staff of being labelled “racist” if they focused on victims’ description of the majority of abusers as “Asian” men.
‘Doused in petrol’

Professor Alexis Jay, who wrote the latest report, said there had been “blatant” collective failures by the council’s leadership, senior managers had “underplayed” the scale of the problem and South Yorkshire Police had failed to prioritise the issue.

A victim of sexual abuse in Rotherham told BBC’s Panorama: “I was a child and they should have stepped in”

Prof Jay said: “No-one knows the true scale of child sexual exploitation in Rotherham over the years. Our conservative estimate is that approximately 1,400 children were sexually exploited over the full inquiry period, from 1997 to 2013.”

Revealing details of the inquiry’s findings, Prof Jay said: “It is hard to describe the appalling nature of the abuse that child victims suffered.”

The inquiry team found examples of “children who had been doused in petrol and threatened with being set alight, threatened with guns, made to witness brutally violent rapes and threatened they would be next if they told anyone”.

Five men from the town were jailed for sexual offences against girls in 2010, but the report said police “regarded many child victims with contempt”.
Ch Supt Jason Harwin Ch Supt Jason Harwin said victims had been “let down”

District Commander for Rotherham, Ch Supt Jason Harwin said: “Firstly I’d like to start by offering an unreserved apology to the victims of child sexual exploitation who did not receive the level of service they should be able to expect from their local police force.

“We fully acknowledge our previous failings.”

Ch Supt Harwin said the force had “overhauled” the way it dealt with such cases and had successfully prosecuted a number of abusers.

But he admitted: “I accept that our recent successes… will not heal the pain of those victims who have been let down.”
‘Racism’ fear

The report found: “Several staff described their nervousness about identifying the ethnic origins of perpetrators for fear of being thought as racist; others remembered clear direction from their managers not to do so.”

Failures by those charged with protecting children happened despite three reports between 2002 and 2006 which both the council and police were aware of, and “which could not have been clearer in the description of the situation in Rotherham”.

She said the first of these reports was “effectively suppressed” because senior officers did not believe the data. The other two were ignored, she said.

 

There is no excuse, except that of fear, PC and bureaucratic madness.

And before you condemn them, realize we are doing the same exact thing here. CAIR muzzles any attempt by our people to identify who the real violators are.  Every jihadist is a lone wolf.  Every event driven by Islam is denied, and some other lame excuse is given as for the reason why a jihadist did the crime.  Even when the jihadist tells us Islam is the motivation.

I ask a few simple questions here. Did they talk to the street cop over there, or just his PC boss?  Did the community have knowledge and did nothing? What is the real scoop, or is it just as bad as we fear.  How in the world did they get into the mess they are in now?

At some point we have to shake the yoke of Political Correctness or one day we’ll wake up to thousands of young girls being raped on our soil, “in the name of Allah.”

Enough.

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What happens when you shoot the drunk driver who killed your kids? Well in Texas, nothing.

As it should be.

A fascinating case. Imagine this: A man and his two boys are pushing their car along a road, just 100 yards or so from their home, after it runs out of gas. Another car comes barreling along and smashes into the rear of their vehicle, crushing one of the kids instantly and throwing the other far enough that he later dies from his injuries. The driver, who turns out to have been drunk, is unconscious at the scene in the driver’s seat. When the cops arrive a short time later, he has a bullet in his head. More from the Houston Chronicle:

Two of the witnesses, William Taylor Duncan, 17, and Landon Lain, 18, testified they saw the crash while driving home together that night. They pulled over when flagged down for help by a man saying his son had been hit.

“(He said) ‘Call the police, my kid has been hit, make sure they don’t leave,’” Duncan told jurors. He said he believed the man was referring to any occupants in the Malibu…

Each teen told jurors the man who flagged them down, asking them to help his children, was not at the crash site for about three minutes. They say he later returned and approached the Malibu.

The teens testified they later heard a gunshot, but neither say they saw anyone with a weapon.

A woman came upon the accident scene and saw a man who appeared “angry,” although she couldn’t (or wouldn’t?) identify him as the boys’ father. A cousin of the drunk driver later claimed that he saw the boys’ father punch the driver through the window of his car. The defense showed at trial that the driver’s window was intact and rolled up when the police got there, but the prosecution countered that the father might have simply opened the driver’s door and punched him that way instead. The gun was never found and no gunshot residue was discovered on the father’s hands, but if he didn’t do it, evidently some random stranger stopped at the scene of a horrible accident, casually murdered the driver by shooting him in the head, and then went on his merry way. Verdict: Not guilty.

The trouble I have with this is the comments in the post.  Frankly, I am tired and done with the whole moral relativism. I like the idea that at some point you pay for what you did.

In this case the drunk driver, a repeat offender I believe, killed two young sweet kids (here is their blogspot).  The father whacked his ass.  Done and done.  In Texas, neither the witnesses or the jury had a problem with it.  The prosecutor, a lawyer by trade, thought he had to bring charges.  He probably was hoping for the same outcome.

Here are the kids, who will never be able to discover who they could have been.  What right does the drunk have to continue living himself?

 

 

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Will someone PLEASE arrest her! Lois Lerner’s continuing coverup.

Look, criminal cases can take a long time, civil cases even longer because you can’t hook up somebody for obstructing justice right here.

BUT COME ON!!! At some point somebody goes to jail. I’m voting for a Republican for this reason alone! I want the new AG to be named “Screw the thugs” McGee or something, and his first act will be to assemble the lies told Congress and perp walk all the supervisors in that damned administration.

Trust me, when Lois meets general population and Bertha squeezes her butt while winking, she’s gonna come clean!

Some 15 months after Americans learned about the IRS’ targeting of conservative groups, we still have no clue how such an abuse was allowed to happen. And every day, the story only gets murkier.

This week, for instance, a government watchdog group, Judicial Watch, said administration officials admitted that all the “missing” e-mails belonging to Lois Lerner (the woman at the heart of the scandal) had been backed up after all — as part of a practice to back up all the government’s e-mails.

No government official had said anything like that before.

As House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif., describes it, these reports are another part of “what’s emerging to be just an amazing sequence of cover-up, delay, denial. ”

An administration official later denied it had said anything new to Judicial Watch and claimed the group was mischaracterizing the facts. The problem for Americans is that the government’s story has always seemed incredible — so why believe anything it says now?

There’s more: According to a sworn declaration, Lerner had two Blackberries, one of which contained all of the e-mails that would have been sent to her crashed computer.

ut that Blackberry “was removed or wiped clean of any sensitive or proprietary information and removed as scrap for disposal in June 2012” — even after the hard drive “crash” and months after an initial congressional inquiry. How did that happen?

How did that happen?  They are criminal lying corrupt democrats above the law and know it!

Now that we got that out of the way….

 

 

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Conservative Tree House does a nice summation of the Wilson shooting so far.

I will simply make a comment, then let CTH take it from here.

Canfield Map 2 With General Locations

Bottom line is we don’t know all the facts,  but we do know some of the facts, and we know the bias ongoing. In the story, you can see CTH highlight a guy, who is a well know activist conferring with the “witnesses.”

At the scene:

And in the protests:

Anthony Shahid

Who is he?

Lesley McSpadden, mother of slain Michael Brown, (left) and activist Anthony Shahid lead the protest by asking everyone to put their hands up on Sunday evening, Aug. 10, 2014, in Ferguson, at the start of the prayer vigil. Photo by J.B. Forbes,

Oh….

So when did the tainting of the witnesses start?  Within a few minutes of the shooting most likely.

Let CTH do the rest.  If the bullet fired near the car ended up above a window, and the casing next to the SUV, I’m betting the officer got out, drawing his weapon on a suspected LARGE felon and was jumped.

Where the resulting cases ended up in relation to the body will be critical.  CTH took the media/prosecution case apart in the Zimmerman shooting.  Martin’s social history was preserved by them so we learned alot about his thug life.  CTH is doing the same great work here.

Too bad we have to leave it to the “new” media to do the old media’s job.

 

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Ferguson shooting is springboard to bigger changes in relations. The case Obama/Holder/Sharpton have been praying for.

My Mensa bright buddy reminded me to keep my eye on the bigger picture.  The “Big Mike” shooting is not the goal, it is a means to a goal. One that the race activists have been waiting for.

I listened to excerpts from Sharpton’s speech at the funeral.  He correctly reminds the people there that they have to be better as a culture, no more allowing for bad behavior.  (Of course, if we see him at some rapper’s party hanging with the ‘hood, we’ll know this was a bullshit moment.)  He reminds them of the history I grew up with, a history of hard work, faith, independence.  However, he does not talk about how that was ripped away from the black culture by our elite white culture pandering for their votes.  Why shoot himself in the foot, right?

But then he swung into what my buddy pointed out will be the real goal of this effort, pushing for reforms within the police, which represents a civil society, in order to appease part of a culture that doesn’t want to be civil.  The “excuse” method of social engineering.

My buddy believes this is the ultimate goal, to create one more layer of protection against blacks having to clean up their own act, by attacking and changing how society deals with them. Already, you can almost do anything and not get fired- if you are black.  You get good deals on education, jobs, opportunities etc.  But what blacks don’t get away with is the black thug life and its negative effects on the general population- say like “knock out games” being not racial motivated, but seem to be only black on white (or Asian) crime.

Sharpton wants that left alone too. So does Holder.

Now they can bully people and business, but the law is the law and cops are cops.  So, the only way to make the change and NOT be caught changing the law outright, is to change how the people in charge of the law interact with black violators, as apposed to any other violator- and they talk about cops being racists!!!

The way they make the change is to force changes on departments by attacking them for real and imaginary civil rights violations.  What Holder is going to do is go after entire departments.  He is going to go after officers for things they  did, and cleared for, because of something they said eight years ago.  His goal is to unhinge and unsettle the entire law enforcement community as a penalty for being the guys trying to keep the lid on civil society. And that is a bad, bad thing.

The radio host highlighting the Sharpton speech was Mike Broomhead, who said his brother worked in law enforcement. I’ve met his brother, nice guy. Broomhead made some great points about how the police do their job, and the trouble it can cause at times with citizens.

The only thing I would ask is that people realize the conflict between police and the typical black thug on the street is NOT a event controlled by race, but a friction between two cultures. The police represent law and order, responsibility, accountability, the needs and demands of the overall society- which include bringing bad guys to justice.  On the other hand, thug life is the exact opposite- BUT they demand respect from the police.  And the police simply cannot do that. Think of another sub-culture in this nation where getting shot is a sign of success and idolatry, as it is in the Rap/thug life culture!  Think of another sub-culture in America where calling everyone but your mother a bitch that should be used and abused, and that’s a good thing.   Think of another sub-culture that glorifies acts of violence and mayhem (outside radical Islam- which by the way recruits blacks from the thug culture.)

Now caught up in that conflict are the law abiding black citizen who LOOKS like a thug, because he doesn’t take Sharpton’s advice and embraces- and supports- the dress, music, opinions and actions of that thug culture.

To the police, the two standing side by side look just alike, and they aren’t wearing signs to tell them apart.  They may even talk and act alike.  But suddenly one throws up his hands and says “Why you treating me like a criminal?”

“Well, because you didn’t wear a sign!!!!”

Now have the police become overbearing? Absolutely.  The “do it my way or else” is a bad way to get any human to cooperate.  It’s human nature to instinctively push back against force. That is another issue that needs to be addressed. But cops shooting citizens, and some being black is not the issue here.  That needs to be fixed- they are stuck in a bad cycle that needs to be broken.  However, you can’t do it by creating one more layer of protection for one part of society- because of their color.  It won’t work.

The first thing the black culture needs to understand is they have to force the change within their own world before the police can relax.  I grew up in and around blacks from the seventies on.  I never saw anything like this, and I can tell you from conversations with blacks, the good blacks have no tolerance for bad ones.  They just don’t know how to stop them.

Like I highlighted before, on the street, working within the black community, the police almost have to assume they are under constant threat.   Let me help remind you of this:

dellwood 7

From the Ferguson looting. Note the gun in the waistband.

And this:

The second clip is from the crowd AFTER the shooting, when the place was crawling with police. Imagine when there is only one cop around.

Why did Wilson shoot an unarmed black teen a hundred pounds bigger, who had just beat him silly?  If that’s not enough, he never had a chance to search the kid or his friend before the attack.  So how did he know Brown was unarmed?  Like I said, they don’t wear signs.  “Armed” or “Unarmed” “Fleeing Felon” or “College kid on way home”

But that doesn’t matter here, this is going to be about creating a crisis, then making fundamental changes to America- of which no good will come out of it.

Just ask NYC where the liberal mayor stopped the police policy of stop, talk and frisk.

NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton is responding to the recent spate of early summer shootings by adding extra cops in high-crime areas, CBS reports. Gun violence is up 43 percent since this time last year, and 129 people were shot in May.

Some crime has gone down, and not as many are dead- from either bad shots or great medical care. But gun crime has gone up and will continue.  Why? Because NYC made a choice to embrace the thug life.  Just like Holder wants the rest of us to do.

I say pass.

 

 

 

 

 

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Ralph Peters explain in one paragraph why America is in trouble, and maybe doomed. Lack of history.

Look, you teach kids to be stupid, they will end up stupid.  You teach people a perverted sense of history- they will have no history.  And when you depend on them to make the right decision, and they don’t, it is your fault.

PETERS: It’s only superficially blowback from Iraq and Afghanistan. It goes much deeper.

I would say a crucial problem is that the conservatives over the last two to three generations turned the education system over to the Left. I mean, people self-segregate, conservatives self-segregated in the business world or the military, and the Left has self-segregated in education, and the result was changes in the curriculum that essentially took history and civics out, except for the most vanilla version of things. You may not like it, but Robert E. Lee had a greater influence on American history than Sojourner Truth did.  There’s just no way of getting around it, but our children are much more apt to be taught about an idealized Sojourner Truth than about Robert E. Lee, or Ulysses S. Grant, or Andrew Jackson, or Teddy Roosevelt. The result is that there are today Ivy League-educated young Americans who have no sense of our history, let alone world history.

Also in the interest of protecting our children, we’ve dumbed down children’s literature. When I was growing up in the United States, you could buy history books specifically for kids. If I were citing the ten most influential books in my entire life, right behind the Bible – not as a religious text, but as a guide to human behavior, by the way – right behind the Bible would come The Golden Book of World History which I got when I was about six years old. It was amazingly sophisticated, with brilliant artwork. There was a series called the Landmark Books, actually, by Random House, which were by serious writers like William L. Shirer of The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich fame, but simplified for pre-adolescents.

The Landmark series was brilliant. But it too has gone. By the time I got to 6th and 7th grade, I’d read about the Cossacks, the Battle of Britain, the battle of Midway, the American Civil War, the American Revolution, and many other global struggles. You go into a children’s bookstore today, or the children’s section of a bookstore, and there’s nothing like that. So our educational system has, I’m mixing metaphors wildly here, force-fed us historical amnesia. And when you do not know your own history, let alone world history, you are prey to demagogues.

As a result of this lack of historic understanding you can have ludicrous statements made, such as the claim you’ve heard over the last several years that our country has never been so divided. Well, in the American Civil War, there were 750,000 dead, so we were probably slightly more divided then.

I lived through the ’60s; we were more divided then. We were more divided in the ’30s. We were arguably more divided in the late 1880s and 1890s during the agrarian movement. We were certainly more divided not just in the Civil War, but during Reconstruction; we were more divided in the Jacksonian era and even before that.

And so people don’t have any frames of reference. When we started out in Afghanistan and Iraq, every minor firefight where an American was harmed was a Little Big Horn. Without historical perspective, it’s hard to be a good citizen – let alone a good journalist – and you are prey to the demagogues who make wild claims.

Yep.  He’s right.  Obama is a perfect example when he says good will overcome evil simply because evil, over time, fades away.  That is an historically inaccurate concept.  If fact, it is so inaccurate, coming from our “smartest” President, that one wonders if he lives in our world, or one made up by him where unicorns fart magical rainbow dust!

Even General Dempsey, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, defending the administration’s stance on Bergdahl, said repeatedly that we never left any deserters behind in Korea and Vietnam. That’s patently untrue. So people kind of just make it up as they go along. It’s the Joe Biden School of Knowledge. Because we just deemed that history and civics weren’t essential in the way computer training is, we really hurt ourselves – which is so dumb, as you know very well since you’ve got kids, that they learn computers pretty well on their own. In fact, they know more than the teachers do.

And then there’s the whole leftist philosophy of, “Well, you don’t need to know dates and memorize things because you can look it up.” I got an amazingly good high school education in a very poor town, but I still envy those who received British educations – English educations I should say – and had to memorize things. People who can recite long lines of poetry for tens of minutes, if not hours on end – that impresses me. And I had to memorize far more than people do today. All these things, we’ve dumbed down our society to a point where it affects adult capabilities.

Here’s a personal anecdote. For a quite a number of years, a dozen or more, I had given a very small scholarship in my high school back in rural Pennsylvania to the senior who wrote the best short story or essay or other literary work in the course of their classroom duties. I have watched across the years how they got progressively worse and worse. So bad, in fact, that I learned to my shock that competing for the prize is now being offered as a special project because these seniors weren’t writing anything at all. It just stunned me. So last year, I received one semi-literate submission, with a semi-literate sticky note from the teacher saying she was sorry “we only have one.”

Horrifying. Simply horrifying. Our kids are dumber, BECAUSE WE MADE THEM DUMBER! And the Internet is controlled by people who like that outcome. So the quickest way for kids to get smarter may also be the way they are influenced into a direction the people who made them dumber want.

And the resulting outcome, which will affect us all, is our fault.

 

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Did you hear the story about a white guy getting beat to death by a mob of American-Americans? No, me neither. The real reason we can’t solve the race issue.

We can’t solve it or get by it UNTIL we treat all bad behavior the same- with total disdain and punishment.  Over at American Thinker they take the time to report on the case of Denton James Ward, a decent clean cut college kid, who was beaten to death and stomped by a crowd of blacks who were part of a rap concert.  The ONLY reason we are hearing about it is the 27 million dollar civil award a jury gave the families.  Families?  Yes, because in the attempt to get the dying Ward to the hospital, the two couples in their vehicle blew a stop light and were hit by a truck, killing Ward’s girlfriend, Lauren Bailey Crisp.

Take the time to read the whole story. Most of the links to the local paper appear to be broken for some reason.

To the four clean-cut college freshman out on a double date, it had seemed like a typical McDonald’s: spanking clean, well-lighted, and safe. It was in a good neighborhood too, right next to Texas A&M University in College Station – a campus known for its friendly atmosphere and official down-home greeting: “howdy.”

Shortly after 2 A.M. that Sunday, they pulled into the parking lot of so-called “University McDonald’s”  and beheld a scene unlike anything portrayed in all those wholesome McDonald’s television commercials. Before them, hundreds of young black males were loitering about, some without shirts.

Other local residents — the more cynical and world-weary, both whites and most blacks — would have taken one look at the crowd and driven off, dismissing many of the young and posturing black males as thugs. But not them: innocent white kids from the suburbs. They presumed this was post-racial America — and that they were in an easy-going college town.

Twenty minutes later, two of them were dead.

Incredibly, the race of the assailants was scrubbed from local news coverage; and utterly missing from tersely written wire-service stories about a Brazos County jury’s whopping $27 million negligence verdict on July 30 against “University McDonald’s” — an outlet owned by the Oak Brook, Illinois-based fast-food giant. What the media considered unmentionable nevertheless loomed over a riveting seven-day trial, which came amid the growing phenomenon of black-on-white violence — unprovoked attacks on whites and black mob violence like the so-called “knock-out game.”

The police had been called to that location 2oo times because of what could be described as your basic “thug” conflicts. The reason for the gathering of amped up young blacks was the general manager of the store was an aspiring rapper, and the manager of the store was a black female, who apparently felt “handling” the problems were to tell them to take it outside.

His extensive pretrial investigation — numerous depositions, pathology reports, and an in-depth analysis of police records — told a story that was heartbreaking and infuriating, and that until the trial had remained largely out of pubic view as the case was handled by College Station Police, Brazos County District Attorney Jarvis Parsons, and an asleep-at-the-wheel news media.

Apart from legal arguments over alleged corporate negligence, the high-profile trial offered a shocking view of how a thuggish black subculture flourished at University McDonald’s. The blame could be laid squarely upon McDonald’s black managers, and on the failure of higher-ups in McDonald’s to ensure patrons, both black and white, were safe during late-night hours — an increasingly lucrative market for the fast-food giant.

Sure it’s about the money, but this is the peek into the horror it caused.

For Ward and Giesen, the trouble started seconds after exiting McDonald’s front door. “You’re in the wrong neck of the woods, cowboys,” Giesen recalled a young black male saying.

Unwittingly, they’d blundered into a highly-charged situation. Shortly before they’d arrived, two black males had gotten into a loud argument inside the restaurant. A gun was brandished. But manager Lindsey Ives, a black woman, didn’t call the police. She told the men to take their dispute outside.

In an instant, a bloodthirsty mob was upon them.

A fist slammed into Giesen’s face. Ward tried to break-up the altercation, according to trial testimony. Instead, he suffered a brutal mob stomping lasting several minutes. Some 20 young black males closed in — mercilessly kicking and punching his head and body and even jumping on him after he fell to the ground, witnesses said. Giesen was knocked unconscious.

An athletic young man — 5-foot-6 and 163 pounds — Ward had a handsome face framed by a mop of rusty brown hair. But after the beating, one witness — a retired U.S. Marine and one of a few white customers — said Ward’s face was “really messed up”; was “broken” and “mushy” and “just did not look natural.”

Bean and Crisp, both 19, rounded the corner of the drive-through to see the mob stomping. The horrified and frightened young women jumped out of the SUV screaming for it to stop. Crisp, Ward’s girlfriend, even rushed into the melee, according to trial testimony. Blood poured from Ward’s face. Some nearby good-Samaritans, including a few black females, helped the frantic teens lift their dates into the 4Runner’s back seat; Ward was unable to speak or walk. Danisha Stern, a trial witness, then told them to “get out of there . . . it’s not safe.”

Immediately, the terrified girls took that advice – rather than waiting for police. Bean, Giesen’s date, took the wheel with Crisp occupying the front passenger seat. Speeding away, Bean made a frantic across-town dash for an emergency room. She worried somebody from the McDonald’s mob might follow and run her off the road.

What is more horrifying, if possible, is how McDonalds tried to cover up their responsibility in this, even going as far as to hire their main suspect in the assault- who suddenly remembered the white guy said the N word. Like that gives 400 blacks an excuse to kill a single white kid. (Yes, it does in some evil and corrupted minds.)

There is a special place in hell for attorneys and the CEOs willing to destroy a good kid for a few dollars, and the McDonalds crews will be the tour guides.

You know what is significant about this case? It happened eight days before the Trayvon Martin shooting.  Eight days.  National news about the “white Hispanic,”  but nothing about the two young, accomplished decent white kids who died in a horrific manner.

Until we, as a society decide to stop pandering to one side over the other, we can all forget finding a path of peace. There is no way if a real MLK type were still here today, he’d not speak about this and tell those blacks to “knock that shit off.”

If we were apply his hope- to be judged not by the color of a person’s skin, but by the content of his character- I fear there are alot of blacks kids who would be sorely lacking in that parking lot of McDonalds back in 2012.  Heck, there would be alot of people in general, but THIS is the topic of the day.  It is spiraling out of control, and deaths and injuries are mounting up.

And if you don’t think it happens all the time.  Gateway highlights another.

West Point police said a man received life-threatening injuries in what they are investigating as an aggravated assault at a restaurant…

…David Knighten of West Point told AP earlier by phone that he and Weems had gone to a Waffle House early Saturday. He said a man waved him over outside the restaurant and told him politely that people were upset by the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and it wasn’t a safe place for whites. When he went in, he said, Weems was inside and was arguing with other men.

They left after an argument that brought police, Knighten said. He said he showed those officers his .45-caliber handgun and his concealed carry permit.

That was about 1 a.m., according to police, who did not give either man’s name in a press release posted by WCBI-TV (http://bit.ly/YRDPQj ).

On the way to Weems’ house, Knighten said, they went into a Huddle House restaurant with a nearly vacant parking lot.

However, he said, they apparently had been followed by more than 20 people.

Knighten, who said he had served with the Air Force in Afghanistan, said he came out of the restroom to find Weems surrounded. “I was trying to defuse the situation,” he said.

After some shoving, he said, the security guard told everyone to leave.

Knighten said some people blocked him from leaving with Weems. When he got out, he said, Weems was down and people were kicking him. Knighten said others attacked him, adding “I do remember racial slurs being yelled from the crowd.”

Knighten says he has broken bones in his face, a cut over his left eye and a blood clot in his right eye.

Carry concealed. You might survive the beating.

 

 

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The Foley death and the Obama response, even the media is cringing.

 

Sad.  But now we call all identify what a living, breathing narcissist looks like. The man ought to be put in a museum with a sign below simply stating

“Never again.”

 

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How many pyschopaths are there in the world? Apparently at least 12,000. ISIS is a magnet

For all types of evil.

The group known as ISIS has murdered American journalist James Foley, beheading him as if he were a captive taken in medieval combat. It posted a YouTube video designed for a 21st-century audience and threatened to kill another journalist hostage, Steven Joel Sotloff, if the United States continues its airstrikes against ISIS positions in Iraq.

The murderers, who now call themselves “knights” serving the “caliph” of the self-declared Islamic State that straddles northern Syria and Iraq, had Foley make a statement before he died.

But first the video showed President Obama’s press conference this month explaining his reasons for intervening against the group he calls ISIL. Then Foley was shown on his knees, his body erect—even proud—clad in an orange tunic with no collar, and his head shaved. Beside him, brandishing a short knife, was his executioner clad in black, his face covered, his voice unmistakably British.

“I call on my friends, family, and loved ones to rise up against my real killers, the U.S. government,” said Foley. He called on his parents not to accept any “meager compensation” for his death. The U.S. bombing campaign against ISIS was “the last nail in my coffin” he told the camera. He called on his brother John, a member of the U.S. Air Force, to “think about what you are doing, think about the lives you destroy. … I died that day, John, when your colleagues dropped that bomb on those people, they signed my death certificate. I wish I had more time. I wish I could have the hope of freedom and seeing my family once again. But that ship has sailed. I guess all in all I wish I wasn’t American.”

Then the British-accented executioner makes a little speech claiming any aggression against the Islamic State is an aggression against Muslims everywhere—whom this sinister pseudo-ninja seems to think he represents. Then he begins to saw at Foley’s throat. The screen goes black for a second.

Right now they estimate there are 12,000 of them.  On a side note, they calling themselves knights is kinda of funny.  The knights who fought in the early Crusades are thought to be cruel monsters in today’s leftist historical teachings. They were thought to have swept into Muslim villages and wiped out entire populations out of some kind of Christianity driven evil themselves.  Hmmm… sound familiar?

Maybe we need to revisit the decisions  those knights made and wonder if they too ran into the same level of jihadist ideology, and after being brutalized by those men who behead for fun and games, decided the only way to win is to wipe them out.

Because folks, all Leftist feel good stuff aside, that is what we are going to have to do.  Just ask Allen West.

 

 

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Goose and the gander. Holder and the St. Louis prosecutor. One stays, one goes?

I heard this and was saddened.  There is a call from the black community to remove the prosecutor in the Wilson shooting case because his father, who was a cop, was killed by a black man. So, in the opinion of some, McCulloch can’t be objective enough to handle the case.

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said Tuesday that he would not seek the removal of the county prosecutor overseeing the investigation into the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown, which has sparked more than a week of nightly clashes between protesters and police.

St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch’s deep family connections to police have been cited by some black leaders who question his ability to be impartial. McCullouch’s father, mother, brother, uncle and cousin all worked for the St. Louis Police Department, and his father was killed while responding to a call involving a black suspect.

But, on the other hand we have this.

FERGUSON, MO. — Attorney General Eric Holder flew to Ferguson, Mo., on Wednesday as the nation’s chief law enforcement officer leading an investigation into a police shooting.

He also arrived as an African-American who said he understands the racial tensions that have fueled days of protests that have been marred by violence and mass arrests since the Aug. 9 shooting of Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.

“I am the Attorney General of the United States, but I am also a black man,” Holder told Ferguson residents at a community meeting. “I can remember being stopped on the New Jersey turnpike on two occasions and accused of speeding. Pulled over. … ‘Let me search your car’ … Go through the trunk of my car, look under the seats and all this kind of stuff. I remember how humiliating that was and how angry I was and the impact it had on me.”

Think about what kind of prism Holder sees the world in.  He gets pulled over for speeding, and it’s a black thing.  Was he speeding? Probably.  It’s a turnpike.

But if he sees everything as racism, and people say McCullouch can’t function because he might be bigoted toward black suspects, then if one is out BOTH are out.

Right?

 

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