The Kerner Report as Blueprint for Black-Run America (BRA)

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It’s time to reject the Kerner Report
The days of democracy in the Black metropolis of Detroit are dwindling, denoting a truth that pierces the heart of the esteemed Walter Williams theory that liberalism is at fault for the failure of Black people. Portland, Austin (Texas), Boulder (Colorado), Silicon Valley (California), Seattle, and Burlington (Vermont) all thrive while they have the same progressive liberalism that Williams believes is the root cause for the collapse of Black-run cities like Philadelphia, Cleveland, and Detroit.
But these Stuff White People Like (SWPL) run cities aren’t mismanaging hundreds of millions of dollars in state grants over a 20-year period; they aren’t having their credit rating downgraded by Fitch Ratings and Moody’s Investor Services; no, they are some of the nicest places in America to live, in spite of the overwhelming whiteness and liberalism found in these cities.
In Detroit, the most homogenous big city in America (89 percent Black – at it’s height in 1950, it was 80 percent white), the state of Michigan is on the verge of repossessing the city:

A state-appointed review team unanimously agreed Wednesday that a “severe financial emergency” exists in Detroit and that some form of a consent agreement is necessary, but did not recommend a specific plan.
 The Rev. David Murray, a former Detroit school board member, said he feels sorry for the state panel because they are being used. 

“It’s a racist attack. I don’t care what color face they put in front of us,” the Rev. Murray said. “We don’t want a review team (or) a financial manager. We want our money. I’m asking if you will stand up against this tyranny and resign.”

What money? Detroit lost all of its wealth-producing tax-base after the 1967 Rebellion, when 10 percent of Detroit’s 500,000 Black population joined in the five-day riot that cost the lives of more than two score people, convincing the white citizens that it was time to evacuate the city.
Since, Detroit has limped along via generous federal grants to sustain a city where the sons and daughters of those who comprise the majority of the police, fire fighters, civil servants, city employees, and government officials produce the lowest standardized test scores in all of the nation.
This is what happens when you have an entire city whose political power is entirely in the hands of Black people, with massive affirmative action policies in place since the early 1960s replacing actual merit-based hiring.
One need only look at the student’s performance in Detroit Public Schools (DPS) to get a glimpse of the intelligence of those actually running the city’s government and in charge of sustaining the economy.
But why was all of this allowed? Why is all of this tolerated? The Detroit Riot of 1967 (described proudly as an “insurrection” or “rebellion” by the Black residents against the occupying white political establishment, though Black people were the ones who colonized the city via wave after wave of The Great Migration and eventually forced whites out because of high levels of crime) was one of hundreds of Black uprisings in the 1960s, largely due to the perceived police brutality the Black communities in cities with nearly all-white police forces faced.
The reason for this extra-scrutiny: Black people were the ones, just as now, committing the vast number of the crimes:

Throughout December 1960 and January 1961 both the Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News focused heavily on “black crime.” The News reported, for example, that although “blacks con- stituted 26 percent of the city’s population, they were responsible for almost 65 percent of serious crime.” The paper also blamed African American leaders and their communities for not doing enough to stop crime.

When white cops (95 percent of cops in Detroit were white in 1967) raided a speakeasy in late July 1967, Black people in Detroit protested the incursion of law into a lawless part of their neighborhood.
“This is a racial incident… it represents one simple thing: black people want control of black communities,” the Rev. Albert Cleage, a Detroit religious leader proclaimed.
Well, Rev. Cleage got his wish; white people ceded power to Black Detroiters by voting with their feet. Now, the state of Michigan wants Detroit back because Black people defaulted on Martin Luther King’s dream. They have been judged by their collective inability to display quality fiduciary character (the average credit score in Detroit is 619) in administering the budget and maintain the infrastructure of the first major American Black metropolis – thankfully built by white people who only needed a riot and continued high rates of Black criminality to convince them all to leave.
But what keeps people from admitting the true reason for the failure of Detroit, and instead has them blame “liberalism” when this same ideology is practiced and espoused by the primarily white citizens of Boulder, Colorado as they walk down the pristine avenue of Pearl Street?
Why does Walter Williams continue to blame “Liberalism” for the failure of Detroit, when other cities flourish under the same political mindset?
To state otherwise, that the Black citizens of Detroit are responsible for the fate of the city, would invalidate the official mission of the United States of the America since the smoke was still clearing in The Motor City in 1967.
Lyndon B. Johnson, having already spent billions to improve the lives of Black people in major cities throughout the nation, commissioned a report on the root cause of the Black riots that swept America in the 1960s.
The Kerner Report.
To understand why we live in what we have dubbed Black-Run America (BRA), the starting point for researching why Black people’s failures (especially why the complete collapse of Black-run Detroit) must never be blamed – and their choices, actions, decision, and thinking – on them can be traced to this one document.
What does the Kerner Report actually state?:

“This is our basic conclusion: Our nation is moving toward two societies, one black, one white – separate and unequal. Reaction to last summer’s disorders has quickened the movement and deepened the division. Discrimination and segregation have long permeated much of American life; they now threaten the future of every American.”

The future for every American is jeopardized because of the existence of what we call BRA; to continue to live under the delusion that Black people aren’t responsible for their actions threatens the future competitive nature of the United States, because of the misallocation of trillions of tax-dollars to fight so-called “white racism” as the fundamental cause of Black failure. This is what the Kerner Report blamed Black failure upon:

Despite the complexities, certain fundamental matters are clear. Of these, the most fundamental is the racial attitude and behavior of white Americans towards black Americans. Race prejudice has shaped our history decisively; it now threatens to affect our future.
 White racism is essentially responsible for the explosive mixture which has been accumulating in our cities since the end of World War II. Among the ingredients of this mixture are:  1.  Pervasive discrimination and segregation in employment, education, and housing, which has resulted in the continuing exclusion of great numbers of Negroes from the benefits of economic progress.
2.  Black in-migration and white exodus, which have produced the massive and growing concentrations of impoverished Negroes in our major cities, creating a growing crisis of deteriorating facilities and services and unmet human needs.
3.  The black ghettos where segregation and poverty converge on the young to destroy opportunity and enforce failure. Crime, drug addiction, dependency on welfare, and bitterness and resentment against society in general and white society in particular are the result.

 The document offers the blueprint for which our entire society has been based upon, going so far as to blame undesirable nature of the jobs available to Black people as the cause of poverty (instead of their intellectual ability, when the current vocations with the highest rate of Black employment 43 years after affirmative action went into overdrive to promote Black people above their station include barber, postal worker, taxi driver, and bellhop); blaming slavery and long periods of unemployment for the “Negro” family structure to be more matriarchal; and the criminality found in Black areas completely on poverty.
How many more cities must we lose?
From the ashes of American cities, the fires started by Black people upset that white police dared focus extra-attention on their communities because of higher rates of crime found within, spawned this report which findings still permeate throughout every level and operation of both the public and private sector life.
In 1988, The New York Times published an expose on how progress had been made to curb that white racism which was to blame for Black kids throwing bricks through windows and looting businesses all across the nation (burning them to the ground after absconding with stolen goods):

The National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, headed by Gov. Otto Kerner of Illinois, blamed ”white racism” for the ”continued polarization” of American society, and argued that only a ”compassionate, massive, and sustained” Government effort could reverse the overall trend. 

Cleveland and other American cities show the mixed record that has been compiled over the two decades. The worst-case prognosis of the Kerner report – the division of American into separate but unequal societies – has not come about, but the general direction predicted by the report and the stubborn persistence of the race problem in America have endured.
 Black progress is a difficult thing to measure, particularly in the current paradoxical situation, where some succeed as entire communities descend deeper into failure. But among the ingredients of change most often noted by scholars is the extraordinary increase of black political power, in Congress and other parts of the Federal Government and especially in the major cities.About 300 cities, including many of the nation’s biggest, have black mayors. The Rev. Jesse Jackson is a serious Presidential candidate. Mayor Andrew Young of Atlanta was the United States representative to the United Nations under President Carter. Representative William H. Gray 3d, a Pennsylvania Democrat, is chairman of the important Budget Committee.

Those big cities that Black people became mayor of have all largely collapsed (outside of Denver).
The New York Times would publish another article that relied heavily on the finding of the fabled Kerner Report to explain the Los Angeles Riots of 1992:

One of the report’s most famous and controversial findings was its conclusion that: “White racism is essentially responsible for the explosive mixture which has been accumulating in our cities since the end of World War II.” 

To some critics, the emphasis on racism, in both the report and the national civil rights debate, has obscured the degree to which the answers to the problems of the ghettos must come from within. 

“The assumption was that white America was the problem and therefore white America was the solution,” said Robert Woodson, a black who heads the National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise in Washington, which calls for conservative, self-help solutions to inner-city problems. “It set up the proposition that the destiny of black America rested with what white America did.” 

Representative Gary Franks of Connecticut, the only black Republican in Congress, said welfare dependency, crime and drugs are far more of a threat to the urban poor than white racism.

The destiny of America rests in the hands of the continued application of the findings of the Kerner Report or the outright rejection of them. It is Black individuals choice to take drugs, became a welfare dependent, or commit a crime; not the looming specter of white racism or slavery.
Black people were victorious in the 1967 Battle of Detroit, with white people fleeing the ashes of their city and awarding the Black rebels (colonizers would be the apt word) with the keys to “The Paris of the West” their parents and grandparents helped build.
It is in the decaying remnants of that city, one whose infrastructure that Black people were incapable of sustaining – even after they achieved total political power – that we see the fallacious nature of the Kerner Report findings.

But political power didn’t translate into economic success. 
Brick by brick that falls to the ground in neglect while Black people complain of persistent racism for the failure of Detroit under their control is demonstrative that the Kerner Report got it wrong.
Completely wrong.
America has been held hostage by Disingenuous White Liberals and Black Rage (think Organized Blackness) for too long. To abandon the official position of the American government as delineated in The Kerner Report, which ascribes all Black failure to the legacy of white racism and slavery, would represent a complete capitulation to the reality that the past 44 years of attempted social programming to the deny that nature does trump nurture would represent an event on par with the collapse of the Soviet Union or the Cultural Revolution in China.
The dogma of equality dies with the fall of Black-run Detroit.

The Kerner Report acted as a shield to hide the truth that nature consistently throws back in our face with each report of racial disparities in any measurable test (save the 40-yard-dash for NFL skilled position players).
Had Detroit flourished in the absence of white people and under the august and benevolent rule of Black people, we’d have to conclude the Kerner Report was correct. Blaming barriers to education, housing, and employment all died when the city became more than 80 percent Black in the 1980s.
Black people should have flourished economically without the impediment of white racism keeping them from reaching their potential; the only thing that flourished in Detroit post-1967 Rebellion was Black crime.
But the city did not.
Democracy dies in Detroit, with the impending appointment by the state of Michigan of an emergency manager to preside of the budget of “The Mogadishu of the West.”
Not only Democracy dies, but the Kerner Report has been invalidated.

The legitimacy of BRA has always been through the voluntary belief that eventually Black people would succeed; for BRA to continue, millions of people will have to be involuntary forced to believe this now.

The Black Insurrection of 1967 about to end by its own hand

“Wanted” Comes to Life in Detroit: The Black Insurrection of 1967 about to end by its own hand

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We have forgotten what actually happened in Detroit in 1967

If you’ve ever seen the movie Wanted with Angelina Jolie, you need to check out the source material by Mark Millar. It’s a graphic novel that bares little resemblance to its big screen spawn. The story centers around a war waged by all the world’s super-villains – who joined together – against the few superheroes, and how this ingenious plan eventually overwhelmed the good guys. This “Fraternity” of villains took over the world – dividing the nations among themselves – and used advanced technology to erase every inhabitant of the earth’s memory that the heroes or villains ever existed.

Only faint, cloudy memories remain of the heroes who were trounced by evil.

The main character of the story, Wesley Gibson, is told of this by The Professor (who devised the plan of villains teaming up to defeat the heroes), and is incredulous as to how the real history of the world could be distorted:

Wesley: “I don’t understand. How come this sin’t in the history? Even there’d been one superhero, would that have been all over the news and stuff?

The Professor: “Ah, but it wasn’t enough just to beat them, Wesley. We had to strip them of their memories and make sure that even their greatest fans didn’t remember them.

“Such science might seem comical in this new world that we molded for you, but believe me when I say that reality itself can be rewritten if we desire it, boy.” (Wanted, Millar, trade paperback, p. 47)

Reality itself can rewritten.

The story of Wanted is just a graphic novel. A comic book. But in our world, history can be rewritten. Actual events can be forgotten. No story verifies this fact more than what has happened in Detroit since 1967. We are on the verge of the state of Michigan assuming control of Black-run Detroit (82 percent now; roughly 35 percent Black at the time of the riots; less than 2 percent Black in 1912), a city

The law that threatens Detroit with direct state rule may be repealed through a petition drive powered by unions and residents opposed to white control of a city that’s 82 percent black.

“It’s nothing but a takeover bill,” said Brandon Jessup, chairman of the Stand Up for Democracy coalition seeking 161,300 signatures to place the measure on the November ballot. “This is definitely a race issue. It’s affecting people of color not only in this generation but future generations.”

Detroit needs to be run by Detroiters,” Mayor Dave Bing, a black Democrat, said last week at a press conference the day before Snyder called for the review.

Councilwoman JoAnn Watson compared the city’s resistance to Rosa Parks’ refusal to move to the back of a bus, an act that began the Montgomery boycott in 1955 and a civil-rights watershed.

Councilman Kwame Kenyatta said an emergency manager would be “a master, as someone to control the plantation,” according to the Detroit Free Press.

Forgotten is that Rosa Parks was once assaulted by a Black man in Detroit, long after her exploits in Montgomery made her a household name. This occurred in 1994 (when Detroit was more than 75 percent Black) and is a fitting reminder of the true legacy of the Civil Rights Movement. 


Black-Run Detroit has failed. Liberalism didn’t fail the city; the Black leadership, elected from the electorate, failed. Black people left to their own devices when white people fled into the suburbs (and created thriving cities, some of the top school districts in the nation, and bustling economies) failed. 


The racial dynamics of Detroit – when it was considered the “Paris of the West” – was more than 70 percent white. In less than six years after Black people rioted in 1967, the city was majority Black and Coleman Young was the mayor. 


Just like in Wanted, we forget the battle that took place in Detroit in 1967. High rates of Black crime (in 1960, Black people were only 24 percent of the population of Detroit, but they accounted for 65 percent of the violent crime) were already forcing white people to flee to the suburbs. It was the Black insurrection – and the white capitulation that followed – that occurred in 1967 which has been completely forgotten about. 


Recently, I acquired the Life magazine from August 4, 1967. Just like the world of Wanted, what I read doesn’t seem real in a nation governed by the principles of Black-Run America (BRA). The cover of this magazine shows the ominous outline of two National Guardsman – guns drawn – with a fire blazing in the background. With the main caption reading “Negro Revolt: The Flames Spread,” this issue of Life seems like a glimpse into another world. 


One where the insanity of BRA was just bubbling to the surface, before its tentacles would ensnare every public and private institution in America. 


It is on p.19 of this issue that you can read the article “City at the blazing heart of a nation in disorder.” It is these words that read like something out of the world of Wanted, where the villains won and the mere existence of heroes is but a shadowy memory:

With exploding heat and violence, the flames of Negro revolt crack led across the nation, bringing federal troops into riot duty for the first time in a quarter of a century. The disorder was country-wide, but at is blazing heart was Detroit, where the racial rioting ranked as the worst in U.S history. like Newark a few days earlier, the Detroit insurrection was touched off by a minor police incident – this time a raid on a Negro speakeasy. But it quickly flared into an even more destructive and persistent pattern of looting, arson and sniping. Whole city blocks went up in smoke, setting streets shimmering in waves of heat, and bullets whined and ricocheted unpredictably through the ruins. Unable to control the chaos with police and 8,000 national guardsmen, Mayor Jerome Cavanagh and Michigan Governor George Romney finally prevailed upon President Johnson to take the extraordinary step of supplying federal troops. Paratroopers from the 82nd and 101st Airborne Divisions – many of them veterans of Vietnam – rolled into the continuing fray. Not since 1943, and then, too in Detroit, had U.S. forced been so employed. 

Even so, death and destruction mounted. By midweek, at least 38 persons lay dead, including a policemen and a fireman. Looters and snipers died, as well as many innocent people caught in the often random cross-fire. 

This was the Negro Revolt of 1967, and event that helped bring about Black-rule in Detroit. Under Black rule – in the past year – we have seen what Life After White People looks like. With the city on the verge of being taken over by the state of Michigan, we can only ask how did it come to this? It’s simple: the Negro Revolt that Life magazine spoke so openly about in 1967 has been forgotten, replaced with the progressive idea that Black people would be able to sustain a civilization – and city – they had no part in building, but had every part in destroying


A world where affirmative action destroyed the police, leaving the city in the hands of vigilantes in 2012. A city where the National Tuskegee Airmen Museum rests, a reminder of, something that really has nothing to do with Black people in 2012. Detroit is truly too Black for civilization, and Life magazine hinted at this back in 1967. It’s the city where Freedom Failed, and where the game has already ended (sorry Clint Eastwood). 


But we can’t even acknowledge any of the role Black people had in destroying Detroit, but must blame liberalism as the true culprit. Strange, liberalism flourishes in Pittsburgh, but that city survived the horrible decline of its steel industry


But Detroit can’t survive its Blackness. It chokes on this Blackness, but because we live in a world where we can’t acknowledge racial differences (because of that strange victory – like the one of the villains in Wanted – in 1967), the people of Detroit must drown in a sea of Black violence. Two stories from this past week illustrate the despondent reality of what Black-rule in Detroit means. One, the 43 murder of 2012, represents something truly sinister (Fight at Shower cited in slaying of 9-month-old baby, by George Hunter, Detroit News, February 25, 2012)

 A fight over a seat at a baby shower triggered the killing of a 9-month-old boy, according to the victim’s grandmother.

Delric Miller IV died Monday as he slept on the couch in his home on the 8400 block of Greenview Avenue. Police said someone fired at the house with an AK-47-type assault rifle about 4:30 a.m., leaving behind 37 shells. One of the rounds hit the baby, who was pronounced dead at Sinai-Grace Hospital.

Delric Miller IV died Monday as he slept on the couch in his home on the 8400 block of Greenview Avenue. Police said someone fired at the house with an AK-47-type assault rifle about 4:30 a.m., leaving behind 37 shells. One of the rounds hit the baby, who was pronounced dead at Sinai-Grace Hospital.

Delric’s grandmother, Cynthia Wilkins, said she believes the shooting was retaliation for a skirmish Sunday at a baby shower at Club Celebrity on Plymouth Rd. in Detroit.“The shower was overbooked, and there was an argument because there weren’t enough seats,” said Wilkins. Her daughter, Diamond Salter, attended the shower, which was thrown by a friend, Wilkins said.

“A woman got mad because she couldn’t find a seat, so she started knocking tables down, and it escalated from there,” Wilkins said. “My daughter and her friends left the club, but (a group of men and women) followed them to a gas station, and there was a fight with one of the guys who was at the shower with my daughter. Then, they followed them to the house.

“I think they came back the next day and shot up the house,” said Wilkins, who sobbed as she recounted the events. “They went to the shower to celebrate life; instead, a life was destroyed.”

The shooting has outraged both police and residents, and prompted Detroit 300, a group of community activists fed up with crime, to go door-to-door asking questions, in hopes of finding the killer or killers.

A task force consisting of the FBI, the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives and the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the case.“Life is not valued in Detroit. It’s a war zone here,” Wilkins said. “We need some ground troops patrolling these streets; they send them all overseas, but they need to be here.”

The death was the 43rd homicide in the city this year, up from 35 in the period last year. It’s also the second killing of a youngster in Detroit in the past month.“Again, adult behavior has brought another child in Detroit to an end,” said Police Chief Ralph Godbee.

No, adult behavior didn’t bring about the end of another child’s life in Detroit. Black behavior did. Interesting that calls for ground troops to patrol the city of Detroit – just like New Orleans, where Black violence might bring about a call for ground troops as well – are needed in the last days of Black-rule, just like the beginning of Black-rule in those dark days of Negro Rebellion back in 1967.

Those days that we have forgotten about.

Life is balance. Never forget that. In the Alpha and Omega of Black-rule of Detroit, federal troops will occupy the city.

If not, more stories like the one of an 86-year-old Black guy being assaulted by a young Black punk will persist (With Video, Passers-by ignore injured car-jacked victim, 86, crawling at Detroit gas station, by Tammy Battaglia, Detroit Free Press, February 24, 2012):

The 86-year-old World War II Air Corps veteran, knocked to the ground during a carjacking on Detroit’s west side, crawled across the gas station parking lot as people walked by.

No one stopped to help, he says. Aaron Brantley, who worked for 31 years as a welder at a Chrysler plant in Hamtramck, recalled the ordeal Friday, two days after he was robbed outside the BP gas station on West McNichols at Fairfield, just east of the University of Detroit Mercy campus.Brantley estimates that at least four customers walked past him as he struggled for help, unable to walk because his leg was broken. “I never bothered anybody, and I always try to help somebody else when I could,” he said Friday from home, his leg in a soft cast to his hip and not a tinge of bitterness in his voice.

Brantley was on his way home from Bible study at Corinthians Baptist Church in Hamtramck, where he’s a trustee, when someone hit him from behind and grabbed his keys at 10:40 a.m. Wednesday. The thief drove off in Brantley’s 2010 Chrysler 200 — bought to replace another car recently stolen.“I noticed when I was crawling to the gas station, people were walking past by me like I wasn’t there,” he said. “I said, ‘Lord, have mercy.’ I said, ‘Lord, some of them didn’t even look around, just going to get their gas.’ “

Once Brantley got inside the gas station, the shocked attendant, Haissam Jaber, 37, and other customers called for help.

“I’ve seen everything in here, but I couldn’t believe it happened at 10 o’clock in the morning,” said Jaber, who has worked at the station for 10 years. “And he actually pushed him down. It was a bad scene. He must be on drugs or something — to push an old guy like this is sad. They do anything these days.”

It took so long for an ambulance to arrive, Brantley said, that he offered cash to a stranger to take him home. The Good Samaritan refused the money and drove him anyway. The ambulance met Brantley at home and transported him to Sinai-Grace Hospital.

“I thought they ran over my leg,” he said. “I didn’t know what happened — I didn’t see him. When he had hit me and knocked me down on the ground, I went to get up and couldn’t get up. So I crawled into that filling station there.”

A few hours after the carjacking, a man found Brantley’s name and phone number in his Bible, still on the car’s front seat, and called him. The car had been abandoned on the city’s east side, the wheels and radio missing.

Detroit police spokeswoman Sgt. Eren Stephens said no one has been arrested, and the case is under investigation.

“Whenever a member of our community — but especially a senior citizen — becomes a victim of crime, it is very upsetting and disturbing,” she said, requesting anyone with information to call police or Crime Stoppers.

This is the legacy of the Negro Revolt that Life magazine documented in 1967. White people fled Black crime – just as they do in every major metropolis in America – but because of the high concentration of Black people from the Great Migration (the most disastrous migratory movement in America, the complete reverse of Manifest Destiny), it quickly became the Black capital of America.

Now, with its school system perhaps the worst in the Western world (and already taken over by the state of Michigan); the lowest property value imaginable in America; and crumbling; the most unsafe streets in America, with violence and crime not even seen in war-torn areas; neglected buildings built by white people and burnt down by Black people during “Devil’s Night” each year, Detroit is truly the best representation of what happens when Black people take control.

It is in that same Life issue from seemingly another world that an article, “On guard, specter of backlash” is printed on p. 24:

Of all the cities engulfed by negro violence, Detroit seemed one of the least likely candidates. Federal officials considered Detroit’s anti-poverty program a model: up to last week it has poured more than $250 million into urban renewal and projects for the poor. Negroes had also attained a share of the political power. Detroit is the only city in the U.S. that has two Negro congressmen, and its young, progressive mayor, Jerry Cavanagh, had been popular with the Negroes. Unlike Newark and Watts, Detroit had no single ghetto (PK NOTE: no all of Detroit is a ghetto).


But beneath the surface, the city simmered. Few of the statistics meant much to the Negroes who inhabited the eight-block area of 12th Street where the rioting erupted. The unemployment rate there was still 11%, and even higher among Negro youth. The area was the most densely populated in the city. Only 17% of the residents owned their own homes- compared with 60% in the entire city. A recent survey indicated that 91% feared being robbed and 93% wanted to move out. Even though economic conditions had improved, it served simply to raise Negro expectation – and the inevitable frustration when those hopes were not quickly satisfied. In the carnival-like revel of looting, Negroes took the luxuries they felt had been denied them – expensive liquor, color TV sets and hi-fi phonographs. “It looked like a singing commercial for all the things they had seen on television, says a Detroit sociologist. 

The rioting demonstrated the power of the discontented to disrupt and paralyze any city and the difficulty of reimposing law and order. It also raised the menacing prospect of white backlash. Whites already have started a run on gun shops and there was a danger that any community confronted by racial violence might be split into armed camps, white vs. Negro. If this occurs, an important lesson of the violence will be obscured. That lesson, says a Detroit psychologist, is “Learn, whitey, learn.”

There was no white backlash. Whites left Detroit; Black people took over. Now, Detroit is one of the most unsafe cities in the world, because of the Black population present there.

We saw violence explode across the nation – Black violence – in the summer of 2011. The lessons that should be learned come directly from the Negro Revolt that Life magazine discussed openly in its August 4th, 1967 issue.

Just like in Wanted, the bad guys have won and remade the world in their image. We have forgotten the lessons of the past, and for this reason, we can’t confront the reason that life is held in such low esteem in Detroit.

We can’t even remember what the past looked like, because the world of BRA has clouded it in a shroud of white racism, bigotry, discrimination, and ultimately, white supremacy.

Looking at what happened in Detroit in the summer of 1967, there’s a reason all of those things existed.

Detroit’s collapse is near. The city is forced to sell of assets to make payroll. We must remember that it was a Negro Revolt – as Life told us – that made this all possible.

It wasn’t white privilege that killed the 9-month-old in Detroit; it wasn’t white privilege that refused to help an 86-year-old carjacked Black man in Detroit; it was a city where Black privilege has reached its startling conclusion. It’s a city where an “Africa Town” was almost mandated by tax dollars, because of the shocking lack of Black entrepreneurship in a city where Black people are 82 percent of the population.

It’s a city that we must understand is a reminder of what happens when Black people are left to their own devices.

The legacy of the Black insurrection of 1967 is seen in the tragic end of the nine-month-old; it’s seen in the indifference to an 86-year-old Black veteran being ignored as he crawled for help after being car-jacked.

If we can’t remember this, there is no use trying to save America.

I Drink Your Milkshake: Rising Gas Prices and the End of Escaping the Black Undertow

I drink your milkshake: The end of cheap gas means the end of Black-Run America (BRA)

So much to do, so little time to do it. Lately, due to working on finishing three books (and researching Detroit’s history for the definitive story on the impending collapse of Black-rule in that city as well) and shoring up the details of a Fair Campaign that *could* have major ramifications, I feel like SBPDL has suffered. Traffic has never been higher, but too many stories are being neglected.

I’m working on four articles for VDare, but wanted to pose this question to all SBPDL readers: Gas prices are rising (as the purchasing power of the dollar declines, plus the pernicious influence of inflation and the increased demand for oil from “developing” nations) and will reach levels that will negatively impact American families budgets.

Mind you, those budgets are now reliant on the Dollar Store Economy to help stretch the buying power of the dollar farther and farther:

Over the past few years, arguably no retail faction has experienced as much success as dollar stores. Dollar General has just about doubled its number of locations in the past decade. There are now more than 9,800 Dollar General stores nationwide, making it the country’s largest retailer by location count.Dollar Tree opened its 4,000th store in 2010, after hitting the 3,000 mark four years ago. Family Dollar, meanwhile, has about 7,000 locations in North America, and expects to add 450 to 500 more this fiscal year.
According to one study, as of mid-2011, the four main dollar stores (those named above, as well as 99¢ Only) outnumbered major drugstore chains in the U.S., 21,500 to 19,700.
The study, from research firm Colliers International, indicates that dollar stores have gone mainstream and become more acceptable, even in relatively upscale shopping areas.

Nothing showcases the glory of open-border madness, free trade policies wiping out wealth creating manufacturing jobs, a libertarian-friendly service economy, and collapsing majority Black inner-cities like the dollar store economy. It should be noted that 10 years ago I found a copy of The Bell Curve at a Dollar Store (walked in to buy toilet paper to roll a friend’s house– think economically when you plan to TP a house!), which is still the best dollar I’ve ever spent. 


On this same line of thinking, many economists, sociologists, and apologists blame the decline of Detroit under the  Actual Black Run America (ABRA) government on the highway system that enabled white flight to cheap land around the city. Whitopia’s – those temporary “Drifter Colonies” – instantly sprung up around not only Detroit, but major cities throughout America, when cheap gas made it possible for families to move away from the crime and societal confusion of densely populated metropolises and live in a beautiful home with the white picket fence. 


Gas prices have fluctuated during the exodus of white people from major cities to the suburbs, but father’s (and increasingly mother’s) have continued to spend upwards to two hours each day (10 hours a week, forty hours a month, 480 hours a year – the equivalent of 20 full days) just to avoid living in cities with too many Black people. 


This is why we have stated the greatest ecological threat is not some fatuous notion of man-made global warming, but the continued misapplication of resources to escape the Black Undertow (which drives down property value, drives away businesses, increases crime and the need for greater law enforcement budgets, stresses entitlement programs, and overwhelms a school system with discipline problems and poor academic performances) enhances the carbon footprint of white American’s trying to raise a family in an environment that seeks to replicate 1950s America. 


I came across this fantastic site that shows historic gas prices over the past six years, and it offers form fields where you can customize your search for hundreds of cities in the United  States.


We live in the end of a historic era; few even dare contemplate what this means for the future policy positions, but I believe historians will look back on the past sixty years of American history and point to the availability of cheap gas as one of the key variables as to why we delayed addressing the real reasons racial inequalities persist in America. White Americans could escape into the suburbs — even those that would inevitably be overwhelmed with Climate Change — and raise families far removed from the negative influences of Black America. 



Just look at the strange geographic look of a Metro Atlanta, where the suburbs jettison out in every direction from the City too Busy to Hate. The same can be said for any major metropolitan city in America that has a large Black population.

Gas prices are rising at a record pace. Hardworking American families are seeing more and more of their after-tax income and budget going to pay to fill up their car. This will only get worse as the year moves on and gas prices rise higher.

The end of escaping Black-Run America (BRA) is upon us. It’s no longer economically viable.

We at SBPDL believe this is a good thing. This is why the Fair Campaign (Exist) which will be slowly unveiled over the coming weeks is so important.

The end of abandoning city after city to the future fury of ABRA is now. The end of escaping into suburban America and the abandonment of ‘Manifest Destiny’ for a ‘Black-Run Destiny’ is now.

Tomorrow, we’ll discuss why the concept of a “Green City” can’t transpire unless the Black population is below five percent. We’ll introduce the concept of what an actual “Green Job” represents. And soon, we’ll discuss what “Mini-Sweden’s” are, and how they are popping up all across America.

The Tuskegee Airmen as Pure Fiction

The Myth Takes Flight: HBO’s 1995 “The Tuskegee Airmen” as Pure Fiction

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Prior PK stories on the Tuskegee Airmen:

Segregation and The Tuskegee Airmen: What Red Tails Celebrates

George Lucas and Red Tails: Atone for Lily-white Star Wars

Red Tails and White Corner Backs: What is William Rhoden Talking About?

NFL Celebrates a lie: Tuskegee Airmen

HBO’s 1995 The Tuskegee Airmen: Where the canonization of a ‘myth’ began

In looking through history books detailing America’s World War II Army Air Force ‘aces’, one thing stood out: the Tuskegee Airmen had absolute no impact on the course of the Allies winning the war over the Axis Powers. Not one of the famed Red Tails earned the honorific of ‘ace’ (meaning five or more confirmed aerial kills), compared to a list of more than 1,200 white American fighter pilots who earned that title during World War II. Aces like Chuck Yeager, who would go on to be the first person to break the sound-barrier, an arbitrary record in Black-Run America (BRA), a world that only honors those who were the first to break the much more important color-barrier.

Contrary to contemporary claims, the involvement of the Black fighter pilots was inconsequential to the overall war effort. Yes, 72 members of the Tuskegee Airmen shot down 109 enemy aircraft, but when you consider America’s great World War II ‘ace’ Richard Bong shot down 40 planes himself, you have to wonder why the story of the Black pilots overshadows one such as Bong’s? Have you ever heard of Bong?

But you’ve heard of the Tuskegee Airmen, right? Weird.

Dr. Daniel Haulman pointed out in Nine Myths About the Tuskegee Airmen, a controversial 2008 paper, that the Tuskegee Airmen had fewer aerial kills compared to all-white fighter groups. Interesting, 332d Fighter Group (the Tuskegee Airmen) lost more of its own aircraft then it shot down:

In November 1945, the War Department published a report called “Policy for Utilization of Negro Manpower in the Post-War Army. Since the report had been prepared by a committee of generals headed by Lt. Gen. Alvan C. Gillem, Jr., it was sometimes called the “Gillem Report.” Part of the report compared the four P-51 fighter escort groups of the Fifteenth Air Force, which included the all-black 332nd Fighter Group and the all-white 31st, 52nd, 325th, and 332nd Fighter Groups (the other three fighter escort groups of the Fifteenth Air Force, the 1st, 14th, and 82nd, flew P-38 aircraft). While the report praised the 332d Fighter Group for successfully escorting bombers, it also criticized the group for having fewer aerial victory credits than the other groups because it did not aggressively chase enemy fighters to shoot them down, but stayed with the bombers it was escorting. The report also claimed that each of the three white P-51 fighter groups shot down more than twice as many aircraft as it lost in combat, but that the 332d Fighter Group lost more of its own aircraft in combat than it destroyed of the enemy. The implication is that the black 332d Fighter Group might have lost fewer bombers it escorted than the other three white P-51 fighter escort groups, it also shot down the least number of enemy aircraft. Depending on what the criterion was, the 332d Fighter Group was the worst and also the best at the same time.

One of the best? For losing the fewest bombers? But wait, we learn in another paper by Haulman that most of the bombers lost – escorted by the Tuskegee Airmen – were via German antiaircraft (ground) weaponry:

A second myth is that the Tuskegee Airmen “never lost a bomber” that they were escorting. The 332d Fighter Group’s own mission reports often note that its pilots witnessed friendly bombers going down, mostly to enemy antiaircraft fire.

So wait-a-second: if Axis fighters weren’t posing a great threat to the Tuskegee Airmen-escorted bombers, why didn’t they ever engage them as other all-white fighter groups did? Wasn’t the bulk of Germany’s greatest ‘aces’ on the eastern front, fighting the invading Soviet Union?

Oh well.

The Wrong Stuff

NASA.gov still has a story from 2004 featured on its site that has since been completely discredited:

The Tuskegee Airmen were the first African-Americans to be trained as WWII military pilots in the U.S. Army Air Corps. One thousand Airmen were trained at Tuskegee, Ala., and 445 entered combat. They painted the tails of their aircraft red for easy identification, thus earning the nickname “Red Tails.”

Flying over 15,000 sorties, they destroyed more than 490 enemy aircraft and 45 trains. They never lost a bomber to enemy fighters – a record no other fighter group achieved.

We would learn 62 years after the end of World War Two that the “never lost a bomber” story was a myth, perpetrated by those trying to create a legend that only bigots would dare challenge. Or those who care about honoring true ‘aces’ like Richard Bong, as opposed to worshiping a fictional story like the Tuskegee Airmen.

In looking through those same history books – many published before the advent of Tuskegee Airmen hysteria – one thing is clear; history is written by the winners, meaning the Disingenuous White Liberals (DWLs) in control of Black-Run America (BRA) can pass on pushing Bong’s story and puff up the contributions of the Red Tails.

And when did it all start? When did those white Army Air Force “aces,” who won glory in the air over Europe and in the Pacific, take second fiddle to the Tuskegee Airmen? Try 1995, with an HBO movie entitled The Tuskegee Airmen:

The Tuskegee Airmen is a 1995 HBO television movie based on the exploits of an actual groundbreaking unit, the first African American combat pilots in the United States Army Air Corps, that fought in World War II. The film was directed by Robert Markowitz and stars Laurence Fishburne, Cuba Gooding Jr., John Lithgow, and Malcolm Jamal Warner.

 

At the end, the film details the unit’s accomplishments: 66 out of the 450 Tuskegee Airmen died in battle, they engaged and defeated Messerschmitt Me 262s, the first operational jet fighters, and they were awarded a total of 850 medals over the course of the war. The credits also note (inaccurately, but a common belief of the time) that the 332nd never lost a single bomber to enemy fire.

Watching this movie on DVD recently, the credits still contained the same discredited note. If you repeat a lie long enough, it will eventually become a truth:

The claim at the end of the film that the 332nd never lost a single bomber to enemy action is a source of historical controversy. This statement was repeated for many years, and not challenged because of the esteem of the Tuskegee Airmen. However, Air Force records and eyewitness accounts later showed that at least 25 bombers were lost to enemy fire. This was still a far cry from the hundreds of bombers lost to enemy fire under escort of their white counterparts.

A far cry from their white counterparts? Mainly because the Tuskegee Airmen never flew in the Pacific and encountered Japanese Kamikaze pilots and due to the fact they entered the European theater of war after the Luftwaffe had been largely decimated. Remember, it was largely antiaircraft fire that brought down bombers they escorted.

J. Todd More, a gushing hagiographer of the Tuskegee Airmen, wrote about the vast impact the HBO film had in establishing the “official narrative” of the Red Tails, one that differs incredibly from true accounts. In his book Freedom Flyers: The Tuskegee Airmen of World War II, he we writes on p. 174:

For better or worse, The Tuskegee Airmen created and solidified a collective memory of the experience that will never be dislodge. It sent place a narrative that veterans of the experience and interested observers alike all appropriated as their own. People who have never been to Italy now report that white bomber pilots requested escort from the Red Tails as if they had been eyewitnessess to the conversations, because they saw white characters in The Tuskegee Airmen do just that. Hundreds of the narratives in the Tuskegee Airmen Oral History Project recorded between 2000 and 2005 followed the film’s story arc closely, and the vast majority of interviewees referenced the film in one way or another; the movie itself became an artifact in the history of the Tuskegee Airmen. Of course, it’s impossible to judge to what the degree the film influenced these memories, because all of the National Park Service’s interviews were recorded after the film made its impact.

Such as the visceral impact of “never losing a bomber myth.” Mission accomplish on that, HBO. Tell a lie loud enough and long enough, and the Tuskegee Airmen becomes as important to American history as… well, more important than any military victory we study. After all, they broke the color-barrier! Who cares if the movie is full of outright lies when it serves the purpose of being pure-propaganda!

Remember, the winners get to write history. Teach with Movies (teachwithmovies.org), a radical DWL teaching tool for integrating movies into lesson plans, profiles HBO’s The Tuskegee Airmen in glowing terms, meaning that school children across the nation will continue to be peddled a lie. Here’s what Teach with Movies wrote about the movie:

The Tuskegee Airmen is a movie about commitment, discipline and courage. The 332nd Fighter Group of the Army Air Corps was one of the best units to fly in World War II. This movie will introduce children to another step in the long road that black people took toward racial equality. 

To give you a sense of how our Learning Guides can be used by teachers to develop lesson plans, and by parents to supplement school curriculum or for homeschooling, we have set out below a paragraph from the Learning Guide to The Tuskegee Airmen.

 

The Tuskegee Airmen were the elite, African-American 99th Fighter Squadron (later expanded to the 332nd Fighter Group) commanded by Colonel Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. The Tuskegee Airmen flew more than 700 missions and were the only Fighter Group that never lost a bomber to enemy aircraft. They earned three unit citations, more than 744 Air Medals and Clusters, more than 100 Flying Crosses, 14 Bronze Stars, 8 Purple Hearts, a Silver Star, a Legion of Merit, and the Red Star of Yugoslavia. The Tuskegee Airmen downed 111 enemy fighters, including three of the eight Messerschmitt ME-262 jets shot down by the Allies during the war. The 332nd also destroyed countless targets during ground attack missions and even sank a German destroyer with machine gun fire that hit the ship’s ammunition stores, triggering secondary explosions. Sixty-six Tuskegee Airmen (out of a total of 450 sent overseas) lost their lives in combat.

Yikes! Virtually everything that Teach with Movies promotes about The Tuskegee Airmen is a lie! Dr. Daniel Haulman decimated all of these lies in a report published in 2008, though the truth is always the first casualty right? Even Amazon.com still peddles the lie in the product listing for the movie.

Fitting that this 1995 movie had the tagline “They were our country’s best defense…and its greatest glory.”

In reality, the Tuskegee Airmen story is the country’s best defense of segregation... and its greatest glory, since we know Black people can’t compete for pilot slots in integrated flight training units now.

Our nation’s best defense in World War II were the Army Air Force pilots like Richard Bong, who time has forgotten. Well, Teach with Movies has ensured that future generations of Americans will only learn about The Tuskegee Airmen via a movie starring that dude Morpheus from The Matrix.

It is these men whose false exploits, glamorized by TWO Hollywood movies, will ensure they are remembered as the true heroes of World War Two, a constant reminder that not only aerial, but supremacy over white bigotry was achieved.  That lily-white ace Richard Bong, who gave his life for his country, was the wrong color. He’ll never get the Congressional Gold Medal nor have school children celebrate Bong Day (well, some might) as they do “Tuskegee Airman Day.

Read the Congressional Gold Medal to Tuskegee Airmen Public Law here. Remember, less than two percent of US military aviators are Black now. What exactly is the legacy of the Airmen again? That segregation worked (though their record was still inflated, largely by Hollywood writers); that integration shows Black people can’t compete with white standards.

Have We Started a Fire? The Mall of (Black- Run) America Locked-Down Courtesy of Black People

Have We Started a Fire? The Mall of (Black- Run) America Locked-Down Courtesy of Black People

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(PK NOTE: I have a surprise planned for the moment Detroit declares bankruptcy and is taken over by the state of Michigan. Life is too short to allow this moment to pass-by without something big to celebrate the occasion of the Black Undertow squandering the resources and infrastructure of what was once one of the world’s great cities and turning into a direct representation — and extension — of the Black phenotype seen all around the world. Detroit’s collapse has nothing to do with ‘liberalism’ or ‘socialism’; it has everything to do with Actual Black-Run America (ABRA). 

Have we started a fire? No… but the fire rises anyways.

The Black Undertow. Nothing is more lethal to the overall health of a county; a city; a business district; or a community then white flight from one of these aforementioned places and bequeathing of the sound infrastructure (abandoned is the right word) to the Black Undertow.

Formerly thriving business districts die immediately. Schools that once produced some of the highest standardized test scores in the nation are replaced with an army of probation officers to keep the peace instead of teaching the Pythagorean Theory.

Malls where commerce once thrived are boarded up. Property values plummet with the rise of the Black Undertow; tax-revenue drops considerably, forcing corrupt government officials (the hallmark of the Black Undertow) to find unorthodox manners in which to raise funds.

We call this Climate Change.

In 2011, across the United States of America, there was no major threat of Muslim terrorist activity (End all threats of Islamic terror by actively seeking to repatriate existing Muslims in America and discontinue all Muslim immigration to the United States).

In 2011, across the United States of America, there were minor terrorist engagements that one man dared expose: Matt Drudge and the heroic Drudge Report shamed every conservative — those clueless non-profits in Washington that steal good people’s money and every web site that still publishes crap about Detroit failing because of ‘liberal policies’ — by showing us the Black Undertow in all its glory.

Who can forget the Memorial Day madness? Who can forget the numerous cities that through up the white flag and passed emergency curfews in response to this persistent threat? Who can forget that freedom failed in New Orleans, where the National Guard could emerge in 2012 as the watchful protector of law-abiding citizens from the savagery of the Black Undertow?

Flash Mobs Mahogany Mobs waged war on white people, each other, and unsuspecting businesses in Philadelphia, Kansas City, Peoria, Cleveland, Columbia (S.C), Washington D.C., Chicago, and many, many other cities. Immediately after the election of Mein Obama, these Mahogany Mobs started in places like Akron, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Milwaukee, and at the Iowa State Fair.

In St. Louis, despite the best efforts of journalists to proclaim that participants in the Knockout King were ‘youth’, it’s well-known that Black people hold a complete monopoly on this barbaric activity. Yes, just as Black people NATIONWIDE engaged in the 2011 Air Jordan Riots, Black people have once again come to dominate the interracial crime statistics this past year.

Only the most Disingenuous White Liberal (DWL) can still hold out hope that a story involving some heinous crime will not be a Black-on-white (or Black-on-insert racial group here) activity. Judging by the comments of any story on the Memphis, Atlanta, Nashville, Chattanooga, Dallas, Los Angeles, well, name-your-city ABC/CBS/NBC/FOX affiliate, your average American knows the score all too well.

A once thriving mall… now dead because of the Black Undertow

People know that the Black Undertow is responsible for the vast majority of crime and do everything possible to avoid living near it… even if that means commuting 10 + hours to and from work a week to ensure the safety of their family in some Whitopia, they’ll do it.

Worse, these criminals now have an Attorney General in Eric “My People” Holder who actively sides with them over the law-abiding masses. His Department of Justice (DoJ) is suing states that dare make people show proper identification; his DoJ is suing police and fire departments that dare make Black people suffer the indignity of showing mental acumen by passing a test that measures their intelligence; his DoJ is… completely refusing to acknowledge nationwide violence courtesy of the Black Undertow.

Then again, haven’t all administrations turned a blind-eye to this threat? Who cares how many cities and counties that were once peaceful places to raise a family and were filled with an abundance of jobs courtesy of productive, law-abiding people have turned into Clayton County? Worse, how many malls have gone the way of Union Station (the former Shannon Mall) in Fulton County — home of Atlanta — Georgia?


Union Station closed because white people stopped frequenting that mall; white people stopped frequenting that mall because the presence of the Black Undertow made shopping there a dangerous proposition; stores closed because of a loss of profits, white people deciding to shop elsewhere because loitering Black people made the experience uncomfortable and unsafe; the myth of Black Purchasing Power was exposed as the Black Undertow couldn’t sustain the mall (security costs outpaced sales).

This exact same scenario has happened to malls across the country. Chris Rock wouldn’t be joking about it if it weren’t true. We call it Mall Envy at SBPDL.

The aptly named Mall of America is headed that same way:

Police arrested nine people at the Mall of America Monday, the day after Christmas, after multiple fights broke out, authorities said.


Mall of America officials released a statement saying that around 4:20 p.m. 50 juveniles caused a large disturbance in the north food court.

Witnesses said the fights started after there were reports that rappers Lil’ Wayne and Drake were visiting the Mall. Police, however, did not comment on these rumors.

Cmdr. Mark Stehlik of Bloomington police said in a press conference that 30 officers responded to the fight and arrested five people (both adults and juveniles) for disorderly conduct.

Mall of America security arrested four other people for disorderly conduct as well, Mall officials said.

Police said as many as 200 were involved the fights. A YouTube video, which contains profanity, shows a fight break out and rage before a police officer interrupts it. The fight occurs at roughly 50 seconds in.

As the fights were popping up, the Mall of America inadvertently called for a lock down. But the lock down was called off minutes later, Mall officials said.
There were no reports of serious injuries, Mall official said.

Although the Mall kept its normal hours, some stores within the Mall closed early.

Some witnesses reported being evacuated from the Mall; but police said that shoppers were escorted toward the east exit to make room for the investigation.

Rumors of rappers led to a massive riot and the lock-down of the Mall of America? This is why Freedom of Association must make a comeback if we are to survive as a nation. Because business can’t discriminate, well, you see what happened to Union Station.

Here’s another story on the Mall of America Black Riot of 2011:

Fists flew and so did a few chairs during a large-scale brawl at the Mall of America Monday.

“Anytime you have a large group of people together things can happen,” said Commander Mark Stehlik with Bloomington Police. “But this is highly unusual.”

Shortly after 4 p.m., authorities confirm more than 20 individuals started fighting in the north food court. Cellphone video uploaded to YouTube shows dozens of young people watching while some push, punch, and even throw chairs. At that same time, police say several other fights flared up in other places of the mall.

“There were drinks thrown on the floor and chairs being thrown everywhere,” said Tess Dessalgne who witnessed the brawl. “Everyone started running towards the fight.”

No, Commander Stehlik, anytime you have large groups of Black people together, without a massive police response that resembles martial law — just ask the good folks at the Indiana Black Expo — then anything can happen. Perhaps this is why the people of Miami no longer want Black people to celebrate Memorial Day in their city?

OD showed some unsurprising statistics when it comes to entitlement abuse from the Black Undertow in Minneapolis (undoubtedly, many of the youths Black people involved in Mall of America Brawl for All subsist on redistributed tax-dollars):

Note: In 2009, 47 percent of African-Americans in Hennepin County, Minnesota were EBT card users. The number is undoubtedly much higher almost three years later. See also Looting in Minneapolis after Tornado? Who looted?

The Beat Whitey Night II event at the Wisconsin State Fair was the moment that I realized the end of Black-Run America (BRA) was an absolutely certainty: Just like in the waning days of the Soviet Union, people no longer believe in this insanity. No national figure has started to articulate a cogent argument against BRA yet, but that doesn’t matter.

Have we started a fire? No, but the fire rises anyways.

We didn’t start the fire. Nor will anyone know how to put it out.

DWLs know this too.

Baltimore, Washington D.C., Richmond, Philadelphia, Birmingham, Charlotte, Minneapolis, Houston, Tulsa (Oklahoma), Seattle, Hartford, Providence, Augusta, Mobile, Orlando, Tampa, Oakland… all of these cities are dangerous because of the Black Undertow. Entire shopping complexes are abandoned when the costs of doing business (and securing that business) is overwhelmed by the Black Undertow.

In Birmingham, the city has basically been rebuilt in the suburbs; white people giving up hope of ever saving downtown Birmingham and leaving its citizens as perpetual stars and cast members of The First 48 tv show.

Atlanta’s suburbs that jettison as far as the Alabama, South Carolina, and Tennessee state lines are directly related to white people fleeing one city/county that the Black Undertow overwhelms and rebuilding it again in the futile hopes of escaping.

Just like any mall that the Black Undertow takes over; just like any city that the Black Undertow inherits the existing infrastructure of upon the inevitable white flight; just like any county that goes majority Black Undertow, the end result is always the same as that which befell Union Station.

The aptly named Mall of America is not immune from this iron law of the visible Black Undertow hand. Just look at Detroit, Birmingham, and Clayton County for the proof of what happens when Black people inherit the existing infrastructure of a formerly world-class city or county… it isn’t pretty.

Have we started a fire?

No.

But the fire rises anyway.

Like it or not, 2012 is gonna be a hell of a year.

A Man Out of Time

A Man Out of Time

Captain America’s America Ain’t Our America

The United States of America is no longer the nation that is depicted in the film Captain America: The First Avenger. One of the most beloved characters in all of comics, and arguably just as iconic as Superman himself, Captain America has always been considered a “Man of out Time,” as in all the contemporary telling of the story (this latest movie included), he is presumed “killed-in-action” during World War II, only to be found in a state of suspended animation, frozen in a block of ice during our time.

Most people know the origin of Captain America: the story of the 4-F Steve Rogers volunteering for a super-soldier serum (yikes, eugenics!), which eventually turns him into the Sentinel of Liberty so he can go and fight Nazis and make the world safe for democracy.

The film, starring Chris Evans, will be no different. With a much bigger budget then Marvel’s failed 1990 attempt to bring the character to the big screen, this Captain America story is a period piece that sets the stage for the 2012 Avengers film, which will combine the Iron Man, Thor, Incredible Hulk, and Captain America movies.

The question we must ask ourselves is how does a blond haired, blue-eyed, genetically engineered super solider like Steve Rogers call himself “Captain America” in 2011, a nation where the majority of the births—for the first time ever—are to non-whites mothers? How does a character who exudes so much whiteness—at a time when major academic conferences are held to combat the identity and “when treason to whiteness is known as loyalty to humanity?”—dare claim to represent U.S.?

Coming from a time and place when Whites were 90 percent of the American population; the United States military was segregated; and the Civil Rights Revolution had yet to achieve total, if any, victory—one wonders what Steve Rogers hopes to accomplish as Captain America.

Since Captain America went into his Rip Van Winkle sleep in 1944, the United States has witnessed the collapse of formerly great cities like Detroit, Los Angeles, Birmingham; watched as its industrial might, once the envy of the world, was dismantled and shipped overseas, replaced by $8-per-hour service industry; welcomed millions of immigrants—largely illegal from Mexico; and witnessed such events as Martin Luther King’s I have a Dream speech, which ushered in an era of Black empowerment of which the Haitians of 1802 would be envious.

Captain America: The First Avenger won’t address the situation faced by Steve Rogers when he encounters the world 2011, but two recent comics have tried to do just that, Mark Millar’s Ultimate Avengers and Mark Waid’s Man Out of Time.

In Millar’s Ultimate Avengers story—on which the Marvel movies have been loosely based—Captain America is basically portrayed as neocon. In his book Captain America and the Struggle of the Superhero, Jackson Sutliff describes Millar’s Rogers as “The Ultimate American:

Ultimate Captain America is less of an inspiration than an action hero; instead of John Adams, he’s Sylvester Stallone. He’s here to wear the American flag and kick ass, all in the heavily marketed name of Nick Fury’s supergroup. Teammate Henry Pym comments that it’s like playing with his old G.I. Joe’s again. Whereas the Cap of the traditional Marvel Universe is known for his stirring orations, this version of Steve Rogers isn’t one for speeches. Snappy one-liners are more this style.

The best example of the divide one can look to is also one of the most famous. There’s a well known page from the blockbuster miniseries: Captain America, enraged at the suggestion of surrender, goes ballistic and bellows, “You think this letter on my head stands for France?” (Millar The Ultimates 12 Vol. 1 22)…

This version of Steve Rogers is something terrifying, charming and deserving of pity all rolled into one. If Captain America represents the American dream, then his Ultimate counterpart is its obituary.

It’s worth noting that Millar’s Ultimate Avengers stories have been the influence behind the Iron Man movies, so one is left wondering what type of hero Captain America will be portrayed in the 2012 Avengers film. Millar wrote this story in the early 2000s, at a time when deriding France during the buildup to the United States “War on Terror” was highly fashionable among those in self-styled conservative circles.

If the Captain America we find in the Avengers is like the one in Man Out of Time, we could find ourselves watching the first Southern Poverty Law Center approved superhero on screen.

In Waid’s Man Out of Time story (henceforth MOT), Steve Rogers is unfrozen in a world similar to 2011 America and brought back to his native New York City by the Avengers. There, he successfully breaks up a mugging of a blond-haired, blue-eyed White girl—by three Black guys –only to be shot by the White girl in the process. The muggings are, of course, consistent with urban racial crime patterns, but the shooting of Captain America by the thankless White girl makes little sense, save in the world of comics.

Waking up in a hospital to be treated by a Black female doctor—in a hilarious panel, Rogers mistakenly calls her a “nurse”—Captain America walks into the waiting room to the shocking sight of absolutely no European-Americans. The drawing of Captain America, upon viewing this scene, is priceless, as the artist does a close-up of his blue eyes staring out into a room of Africans, Muslims, Asians, Mexicans, and Blacks, all speaking different languages and looking absolutely miserable.

Leaving the hospital, Captain America glances back with a melancholy look on his face as an Asian family—speaking in Chinese—take their grandmother into the makeshift United Nations that doubles as a waiting room.

Quite the departure from the Irish, WASPS, Italians, Germans, and any other wWhite ethnics that comprised the New York City of Rogers’s youth.

Later in the story, Captain America relocates with the Avengers, who run tests on him to confirm his true identity, the long-lost Steve Rogers from World War II. The billionaire Tony Stark—Iron Man for those comically challenged—updates Rogers on all that has changed since he went into his state of suspended animation:

Stark: Short version: there is no more U.S.S.R

Rogers: You’re joking.

Stark: Nope. Russia’s a shadow of the superpower you know. Today, China and India play on the big board, and it’s all about tech. God, you missed so much. Polio? Gone. G-O-N-E. Cancer? Treatable. Organ transplants. Pacemakers for ailing hearts. Disease immunization—all things we take for granted.

Stark doesn’t tell Rogers anything about the massive racial transformation of America, nor how all of the diseases cured and advances in medical technology came from that racial group which is being dispossessed. The one scene from the hospital waiting room is the only time the truth of America’s racial transformation is discussed in MOT.

Following this quick update on America’s scientific marvels, Stark takes Roger’s to the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum (which is basically a monument to White people’s advances in aviation) and discusses the moon landing, space shuttle missions, and the building of the space station (and other things the U.S. government is no longer capable of pursuing). Captain America sees a picture of the Challenger crew and notices a Black face among the astronauts, leading to this exchange of dialogue:

Rogers: See. What impresses isn’t the technology, Tony. Your phones and your computers and so forth… they’re definitely mad-scientist gizmos, but they’re not the real achievement.

It’s society itself. The freedom of the people. All people regardless of their race or their gender. That’s what I can’t get enough of. Introduce me to the man who brought that about.

Stark: Glad to.

The next scene of MOT shows Stark and Rogers watching a clip of Martin Luther King’s 1963 “I have a Dream” speech, with Rogers completely spellbound in his oration:

King (on a television screen): 1963 is not an end. But a beginning. [He was right about that!] Now is the time lift our nation from the quicksand of racial injustice to the solid rock of brotherhood. Now is the time to make justice a reality for all of God’s children.

Rogers: Were…were you there? For this moment?

Stark: No. But a quarter-million other Americans were. They filled that mall outside to hear the greatest speech of all time. Seventeen minutes changed the world. Wait until you hear about Woodstock. […]

I hope I’m making my point: I think… I know… that, together we Americans raised one hell of a century from the ashes of a world war. Everything you ever wanted for this country Steve… It’s either come true or it’s around the corner. I truly believe that.

Is the “around the corner” line from Stark a reference to the momentous day when Anglo-Saxons will be just another minority in the land that Captain America still remembers like it was yesterday (and for him, it was yesterday)?

Incidentally, MOT fails to mention how that ideal of racial brotherhood never came true, that the primary achievement from Black people in the 20th century was the fostering of White guilt among Americans for past transgressions and the lowering of every conceivable standard imaginable so that Blacks wouldn’t be left behind.

Though Tony Stark paints a powerful picture of an idealized version of what America has become, it’s when Steve Rogers visits the only person alive that he knew from the 1940s—a now 90-year-old General Jacob Simon—that MOT becomes incredibly confusing.

After the initial shock of seeing an un-aged Rogers, Simon (who lives in a nursing home) proceeds to tell Captain America about all the unsavory changes in America:

Simon (gesturing towards a baseball game on television)They’re all on drugs these days. That garbage is everywhere now. It’s in the schools. It’s in the streets. Can you believe that?

On another visit, Simon is being checked by a nurse, but has time to state:

Simon: Oklahoma City. One hundred sixty-eight lives lost to a terrorist attack on American soil. This country’s lousy with militias and hate groups. It’s disgusting.

One wonders if the Southern Poverty Law Center wrote the script for this comic, as if Marvel and Teaching Tolerance combined to create the ultimate Captain America story. No mention of the fact that the majority of those selling drugs and arrested for drug possession and drug-related violence are non-Whites from General Simon, who seems more intent on placing the blame for America’s degeneration on “hate groups.”

It’s here that the conversation between Simon and Rogers takes a strange turn that serves as a painful reminder that, though we presumably achieved racial brotherhood, America is royally screwed:

Simon: (coughing and nearing death) …used to make things in this country. You’d have the service. Get education with the G.I. Bill, then settle down to a good union job. No more steelwork. Pittsburgh’s collapsed and Detroit’ll be a ghost town soon enough.

No mention of how the unions helped ruin the manufacturing capacity in these cities, or how Black riots in 1967—and subsequent white flight—helped turn Detroit into the laughing stock of the entire world. This idealized version of America that General Simon waxes whimsically about is clearly that which preceded the 1965 Immigration Act and America’s various forays into globalism and “free-trade.”

General Simon’s best quotes are saved for last:

(As Simon and Rogers play chess)

Simon: You say Stark showed you the “I have a Dream” speech?

Rogers: It was incredible.

Simon: It truly was. It moved a nation.

Simon: Did he tell you what happened to the man who gave it?

Rogers: (Dejected) …No…

Rogers: Bucky [Captain America’s World War II partner]… Bucky once asked me what I wanted to do after the war. I didn’t have an answer for him. Sixty years later, I still don’t.

In the next panel, Simon and Rogers watch television and a commercial for a sex hotline is playing.

Rogers: All I know is that this isn’t what I thought we were building.

Simon: This is what Captain America stands for now. Phone sex and an 18th-place educational system.

Rogers: It seemed worth fighting for.

Simon: It’s easy to fight when you’re winning.

So wait…wasn’t the world of equality that Captain America was so impressed with when he was speaking to Tony Stark so wonderful? These scenes with General Simon seem to invalidate that glorious world he thought existed. American history seems to stop with “I Have a Dream,” as few people dare point out what a nightmare the country is turning into.

And what of the so-called 18th-place educational system? Steve Sailer has shown that when you remove the Hispanic and Black test scores from the mix, America’s educational system is doing quite well, thank you (based on the international PISA test results):

  • White Americans students outperformed the national average in every one of the 37 historically white countries tested, except Finland (which is, perhaps not coincidentally, an immigration restrictionist nation where whites make up about 99 percent of the population).
  • Hispanic Americans beat all eight Latin American countries. African Americans would likely have outscored any sub-Saharan country, if any had bothered to compete. The closest thing to a black country out of PISA’s 65 participants is the fairly prosperous oil-refining Caribbean country of Trinidad and Tobago, which is roughly evenly divided between blacks and South Asians. African Americans outscored Trinidadians by 25 points.

It is because of that massive immigration (and Black test scores) that America has such a lowly rated, “18th-place education system.” General Simon. Why don’t you tell this to Steve Rogers?

The most revealing section of the MOT comes after General Simon has passed away and his caretaker, a Hispanic, tells Steve Rogers she’ll have to go home soon:

Hispanic nurse: It’s immigration law. I do some cleaning work, but that’s unofficial.

Rogers: Is it really so bad where you’re from?

Hispanic nurse: There is family. We hadn’t much money. But the countryside is beautiful and I am loved there. I do miss it.

Rogers: And yet you’re willing to scrub toilets to stay here?

Hispanic nurse: It is America.

MOT doesn’t tell us that a disproportionate percentage of immigrants are on welfare and EBT/food stamps in America, all paid for by the United States taxpayer. Yes they scrub our toilets, but they have arrived in such massive numbers to turn America into what Victor Davis Hanson called Two California’s.

Commie SmasherWhat in the world does a gringo Captain America mean to Mexicans who cheered on their national soccer team in Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum over the U.S. squad? All that Captain America means—when espousing virtues such as tolerance, freedom, and justice—is that nothing will be done to curb the rising tide of color that threatens to make Steve Rogers a minority in his own land.

What is obvious from MOT is that Captain America is incredibly malleable and can be made to fit the Zeitgeist.

If we are in an age where Communism and the Red Menace is the enemy, turn Captain America into a hero espousing McCarthyism (but be sure to change the story when McCarthy falls out of favor with the America, as Marvel did in Captain America 153-156, back in 1972). In our time period, have Steve Rogers espousing egalitarianism and discuss abstractions like freedom, justice and tolerance, and you have the perfect embodiment of 2011 America, certified fresh by the SPLC.

Salon.com ran a historical piece in 2010 (updated on July 20, 2011) that deserves to be quoted at length:

After the July 22 release of the summer blockbuster “Captain America: the First Avenger,” we’ll probably see even more Captain Americas waving placards at protests for all parts of the political spectrum. The Red, White and Blue Avenger is and always has been a potent political image, but whose side would Captain America be on? Would he be a New Deal Democrat slinging his mighty shield for new public works programs or would he be rallying with the Tea Party to lower taxes on billionaires and gut Medicare? Whose Captain America is he anyway?

“He’s not just a guy in a flag suit,” former “Captain America” writer Steve Englehart says as he takes a break from signing copies of his latest fantasy-action novel, at the Big Wow ComicFest in San Jose, Calif.

“The problem comes from, I think, when people do say, ‘Well, he’s a guy in a flag suit,'” Englehart adds. “But he sort of transcends. He stands for America as an ideal, not America as it’s practiced.”

Englehart, a conscientious objector who was honorably discharged from the Army, took over the writing of “Captain American and the Falcon” in 1972 in the midst of the Vietnam War. To make the comic’s star-spangled superhero appeal to an antiwar youth audience, Englehart took on the duality and contradictions not only of the comic book superhero, but of America itself. During his first four issues (Nos. 153-156), the original Captain America, who was frozen in a block of ice at the end of the Roosevelt years and then thawed during the Johnson administration, battles a raging McCarthyite Cap from the paranoid 1950s. The ideological struggle between these alternate versions of the hero isn’t all that different from what might happen if the Rally to Restore Sanity and the Tea Party Caps came to actual blows with their plastic shields.

With the Watergate hearings underway, Englehart had Steve Rogers hang up his Captain America persona altogether in “Captain America and the Falcon” No. 176, a comic book dated August 1974—the same month that Nixon resigned from the White House.

“He had thought that the ideal and the reality were the same thing, and finding out that it wasn’t threw him off and that was the basis for the whole story,” Englehart says, explaining the story line where Rogers took off the red, white and blue and became a darkly clad hero called Nomad for several issues, ending with No. 183 in 1975.

“He stood for something,” Englehart continues. “When what he stood for seemed not to exist or seemed to have been damaged, he couldn’t go out and stand for that anymore. Again, in my story, he eventually decided that having a Captain America was better than not having a Captain America, whatever was going on with America per se.”

Looking at the very first issue of “Captain America,” it’s easy to dismiss it as a piece of jingoistic wartime propaganda. After all, the cover has our hero leaping into a war room and punching out Hitler while Nazi goons fire their Lugers and machine guns at him. However, “Captain America” No. 1 hit stands in December 1940, a year before the attack on Pearl Harbor drew the United States into World War II. While Captain America fit perfectly into the mood of the war effort once it got underway, co-creators Jack Kirby and Joe Simon originally forged the character as a protest vehicle to stir a stubbornly isolationist America to action.

“To me, the times were screaming war,” Jack Kirby recalled during a 1989 or 1990 radio interview on “Hour 25” that can now be found at Kirbymuseum.org. “To me the enemy was Hitler. The enemy was growing and growing, and I didn’t know where it was going to end, but every day something new would happen, and it was really scary. This was the kind of event that I felt was ruling our times and I felt it inside of me and it had to come out in some way.”

When Eisner Award-winning writer Ed Brubaker depicted a Tea Party protest in a slightly negative light in “Captain America” No. 602 in 2010, the right-wing blogosphere and Fox News cranked up their outrage machine, griping that Marvel was “making patriotic Americans” into “its newest super villains.” With a $140 million “Captain America” movie only a year away, Marvel had more to lose than back when it was just selling magazines. The company promised to remove the material that wounded the Tea Party’s sensibilities from future reprints of the series.

Joe Simon may have put it best when he said, “Things are far more complex than they were in the days when Captain America could punch Hitler in the jaw,” but the broad appeal of Captain America appears undiminished by recent controversies. In between Captain America’s appearances at the rallies to restore sanity and shut down the government, Mexican American pro-wrestler Rey Mysterio wore a Captain America costume during his match at WrestleMania XXVII in Atlanta. Mysterio’s outfit had a Mayan motif in place of the star on Cap’s chest, making the character more Meso-American than merely Norte Americano. It seems that Captain America may be the only thing that can bring this fractured country together, if we could only agree on who he is.

Rey Mysterio modified the Captain America costume to ensure a distinctly Mexican flavor to the ensemble, a harbinger of things to come in the United States when Steve Rogers alter-ego only stands for the defense of the country as a proposition nation.

It’s wise to recall the words from the late Samuel Francis, who understood the dilemma at the heart of America, a ciountry defined by a people and culture, but which began to represent everyone, and thus no one:

The civilization that we as whites created in Europe and America could not have developed apart from the genetic endowments of the creating people, nor is there any reason to believe that the civilization can be successfully transmitted to a different people. If the people or race who created and sustained the civilization of the West should die, then the civilization also will die. A merely cultural consciousness, then, that emphasizes only social and cultural factors as the roots of our civilization is not enough, because a merely cultural consciousness will not by itself conserve the race and people that were necessary for the creation of the culture and who remain necessary for its survival. We need not only to understand the role of race in creating our civilization but also to incorporate that understanding in our defense of our civilization. Until we do so, we can expect only to keep on losing the war we are in…

As long as whites continue to avoid and deny their own racial identity, at a time when almost every other racial and ethnic category is rediscovering and asserting its own, whites will have no chance to resist their dispossession and their eventual possible physical destruction. Before we can seriously discuss any concrete proposals for preserving our culture and its biological and demographic foundations, we have to address and correct the problem we inflict on ourselves, our own lack of a racial consciousness and the absence of a common will to act in accordance with it.

A trip to Los Angeles, Atlanta, or Detroit would reveal, once the people who look like Captain America leave, those left behind in positions of power quickly erect a civilization that is completely different from the one that was bequeathed to them.

The Captain America that will debut in theaters today will be living in a world where the ignorant, unwashed masses had yet to be baptized in the racial holy water of Martin Luther King’s oratory and reborn into a world universal brotherhood. The Captain America that will debut in theaters today will be living in a world where military segregation existed. The Captain America that will debut in theaters today will be living in a nation that was essentially 90 percent White. Steve Rogers, that 4-F reject, still volunteered to become a Captain America in that world, defending that America.

In the 21st century, “The First Avenger,” is truly a man out of time.

Prison is the Safest Place for Black Males

Womb Over Again! Prison is the Safest Place for Black Males

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We’ve heard the term ‘cradle-to-grave’ society before, but a new study that claims Black males are safer in prison then they are outside of a highly securitized, 24-hour surveillance holding cell where guns are constantly trained on them made us realize that Disingenuous White Liberals (DWLs) hope to erect a ‘cradle-to-penitentiary’ society for Black people.

In reading the study on North Carolina inmates that confirms Black males are safer in prison then they are outside the walls of state-funded correctional facilities, one realizes something sinister being peddled in the quotes of the researchers and those privy to the data. It’s almost as if they advocate implementing all the lessons learned from this study of how to keep Black males alive in prison into the real-world, and it seems the researchers believe that Black males roaming free (who have a higher mortality rate) would thrive under the ‘cradle-to-penitentiary’ scheme:

Black men are half as likely to die at any given time if they’re in prison than if they aren’t, suggests a new study of North Carolina inmates.



The black prisoners seemed to be especially protected against alcohol- and drug-related deaths, as well as lethal accidents and certain chronic diseases.


But that pattern didn’t hold for white men, who on the whole were slightly more likely to die in prison than outside, according to findings published in Annals of Epidemiology.


Researchers say it’s not the first time a study has found lower death rates among certain groups of inmates — particularly disadvantaged people, who might get protection against violent injuries and murder.


“Ironically, prisons are often the only provider of medical care accessible by these underserved and vulnerable Americans,” said Hung-En Sung of the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York.


“Typically, prison-based care is more comprehensive than what inmates have received prior to their admission,” Sung, who wasn’t involved in the new study, told Reuters Health by email.


The new study involved about 100,000 men between age 20 and 79 who were held in North Carolina prisons at some point between 1995 and 2005. Sixty percent of those men were black.


Researchers linked prison and state health records to determine which of the inmates died, and of what causes, during their prison stay. Then they compared those figures with expected deaths in men of the same age and race in the general population.


Less than one percent of men died during incarceration, and there was no difference between black and white inmates. But outside prison walls, blacks have a higher rate of death at any given age than whites.


“What’s very sad about this is that if we are able to all of a sudden equalize or diminish these health inequalities that you see by race inside a place like prison, it should also be that in places like a poor neighborhood we should be able to diminish these sort of inequities,” said Evelyn Patterson, who studies correctional facilities at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.


“If it can be done (in prison), then certainly it can happen outside of prison,” Patterson, who wasn’t linked to the new work, told Reuters Health.


As in the general population, cancer and heart and blood vessel diseases were the most common cause of death among inmates — accounting for more than half of deaths.


White prisoners died of cardiovascular diseases as often as expected and died of cancer slightly more often than non-prisoners.


Black inmates, by contrast, were between 30 and 40 percent less likely to die of those causes than those who weren’t incarcerated. They were also less likely to die of diabetes, alcohol- and drug-related causes, airway diseases, accidents, suicide and murder than black men not in prison.


All told, their risk of death at any age was only half that of men living in the community.


For white men, the overall death rate was slightly higher — by about 12 percent — than in the general population, with some of that attributed to higher rates of death from infection, including HIV and hepatitis. When the researchers broke prisoners up by age, death rates were only higher for white prisoners age 50 and older.


“For some populations, being in prison likely provides benefits in regards to access to healthcare and life expectancy,” said study author Dr. David Rosen, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


But, he added in an email, “it’s important to remember that there are many possible negative consequences of imprisonment — for example, broken relationships, loss of employment opportunities, and greater entrenchment in criminal activity — that are not reflected in our study findings but nevertheless have an important influence on prisoners’ lives and their overall health.”


For Rosen, one of the main messages from the study is the need to make the world outside of prison walls safer, and to make sure people living there have adequate access to healthcare.

Calling prisoners “underserved and vulnerable Americans” is disgusting and highlights the irrational thinking that deludes DWLs and showcases why our society — run in every sector by individuals professing an undying allegiance to ‘progressive’ ideology — is so fucked. But it was Patterson’s quote that had us pissed, as she said:

What’s very sad about this is that if we are able to all of a sudden equalize or diminish these health inequalities that you see by race inside a place like prison, it should also be that in places like a poor neighborhood we should be able to diminish these sort of inequities,” said Evelyn Patterson, who studies correctional facilities at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. 

“If it can be done (in prison), then certainly it can happen outside of prison,” Patterson, who wasn’t linked to the new work, told Reuters Health.

Equalize or diminish health inequalities by forcing those who actually produce for society, play by the rules and abide the law to provide for everyone who doesn’t? Is Patterson advocating turning poor neighborhoods into veritable prisons? Ms. Patterson, it can’t be done outside of prison, because North Carolina prisons put such a strain on the state budget that many are closing. With 40,000 prisoners (23,038 Black and 14,222 white -Hispanics are counted as white- at a minimum custody cost of $64.59 a day) and a cost of $26,000 per prisoner, you can easily see that we spend $1,040,000,000 just on taking care of these prisoners each year (this number does not account for the guards salary and costs associated with maintaining a prison).

Massive budget cuts in this program are needed to try and balance the budget in North Carolina, ending the Utopian dream of making the real-world safer then the sterile prison environment that these social scientist want to see implemented immediately — damn the costs!

Was this study necessary? With so many Black males in jail, perhaps instinctively, Black people understand that living a life where EBT/Food Stamps, Section 8 Housing, TANF/Welfare, Free Lunches in School, and free medical care — a hospital will never turn away a shooting or stab victim — take care of everything in the real-world is supplanted by having the opportunity to have all of these amenities behind bars.

It’s been said the Womb is the most dangerous place for a Black person. It’s obvious  that the safest place is prison, where Black people are constantly supervised, provided free health care and meals, the opportunity to lift weights and play basketball, and frolic in ‘no homo’ bliss.

In a failed effort to make America safe by erecting a ‘cradle-to-penititentiary’ society, we have financially doomed the nation. It’s time for Atlas to shrug.

The researchers also seem to believe that crime would go-away in the Black community if the ‘cradle-to-penititentiary’ plan were put in place tomorrow. Remember that in prison, police officers can use excessive force to keep uncontrollable Black inmates in line and that officers training high-powered weapons at Black people while they eat, participate in recreational events and shower is a fact of life in prison.

Is this what they are advocating for the real-world as well?