Roughly a month after Charlottesville in 2017, a black man entered a church in Nashville with the intention of murdering “at least 10 white churchgoers.”
This black man, an immigrant from Sudan, wanted revenge for the Charleston shooting in 2015. Racial revenge.
We are only learning the motive today because a judge had sealed the details until trial. [State: Suspect aimed to kill at least 10 white churchgoers, Fox News, May 20, 2019]:
A prosecutor said Monday that a black man charged with fatally shooting a woman and wounding seven people at a Nashville church aimed to kill at least 10 white churchgoers and cited a 2015 massacre at a black church in South Carolina.
Nashville Deputy District Attorney Amy Hunter made the comments during opening statements in the trial of Emanuel Kidega Samson, 27. Prosecutors have said they’re seeking life without parole for Samson, who faces a 43-count indictment, including a first-degree murder charge, in the September 2017 shooting at Burnette Chapel Church of Christ.
Samson’s attorney, Jennifer Lynn Thompson, countered that Samson’s true intention was to kill himself. He left a suicide note for his girlfriend and sent a goodbye video to his cousin, according to Thompson.
Members of the church packed the courtroom, at times becoming emotional when attorneys and witnesses recounted a Sunday filled with chaos, tragedy and heroism. The shooting rampage killed 38-year-old Melanie L. Crow of Smyrna, Tennessee. She was shot in the church parking lot, and dropped her Bible and notes from a recently concluded worship ceremony that had just concluded, Hunter said.
Samson, who used to attend the church, is black and the victims are white. Hunter explained that a note in Samson’s car cited white supremacist Dylann Roof’s massacre at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina, in 2015. It also referenced the red, black and green Pan-African flag, sometimes called RBG.
“Dylann Roof is less than nothing,” the note read, Hunter said. “The blood that 10 of your kind will shed is that of the color upon the RBG flag in terms of vengeance.” The note included an expletive and ended with a smiley face, Hunter said.
“This state will prove beyond all reasonable doubt that on Sept. 24, 2017, this defendant, Emanuel Kidega Samson, went to the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ with the intent to murder a minimum of 10 white churchgoers on that day,” Hunter said. “You won’t have to take the state’s word for it though.”
An arrest affidavit said Samson waived his rights and told police he arrived armed and fired at the church, described by the prosecutor as a multicultural, multigenerational community where everyone knows everyone.
Hunter also said the calamity revealed a “true life hero.”
Churchgoer Robert Caleb Engle has testified that during the rampage, he twice confronted the gunman, who was wearing a tactical vest and a motorcycle-style mask with a clown smile on it. Engle said he was pistol-whipped three times in the head. At one point, he pushed the gun back on the shooter and a shot fired, striking the gunman and sending him to the ground.
Engle said his father kicked the gun away, stood on the shooter’s hand and told Engle to go get his gun out of his truck.
Engle came back with his weapon, put his foot on the shooter’s back and stood guard until first responders arrived.
A judge’s order had kept many details of the case secret until trial.
“A judge’s order had kept many details of the case secret until trial…”
A black immigrant from Sudan was hell-bent on racial revenge and sought to kill at least 10 whites at a church in Nashville, Tennessee.
There’s no hiding the details of this racial terrorism anymore.
The anti-white mindset dominates every aspect of American life, ensuring a story such as this stays hidden for as long as possible.
The statistics are right there, if you just know where to look. Nebraska is an 88 percent white state. It’s population is 5 percent black.
The 2017 Nebraska Uniform Crime Reporting provides an interesting look at violent crime in the 88 percent white state.
We’ll never the know the extent of the devastation, because there will be few corporate journalists following the case as the gruesome details unfold.
But remember this: Hannibal Lecter is a fictional character; those horror characters you see constantly re-booted in movies are nothing more than fictional characters; but Billy Chemirmir is real.
In Post-America (yes, we are living in Post-America, as our civilization has been supplanted), Billy represents an individual more “American” than you, as he is a black illegal immigrant from Kenya.
He lives (illegally, mind you) and works in Dallas, Texas, a 29 percent white city where the new black DA has decided to stop prosecuting shoplifting under $750 to protect black and brown criminals. Chemirmir, who worked as a home health aide, is accused of suffocating primarily old white women (with a pillow) and then stealing their valuables.
Police are now investigating more than 750 other unsolved deaths of elderly white women to see if there is a connection to the black illegal alien from Kenya. [Suspected serial killer now charged in deaths of 12 women, New York Post, May 16, 2019]:
A home health aide accused of killing an 81-year-old woman in Texas is now suspected in the deaths of 11 other women by smothering them with a pillow before robbing them, court records show.
Accused serial killer Billy Chemirmir, 46, was indicted Tuesday on five additional counts of capital murder in Collin County and six counts in Dallas County, where authorities believe he snuffed out the lives of women in their 80 and 90s dating back to May 2016, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Chemirmir, a Kenyan native who moved to the United States in 2003, has been jailed since March 2018 in connection with the death of Lu Thi Harris, a North Dallas woman who was found suffocated in her bed.
Investigators zeroed in on the home health aide after a 91-year-old woman told police in Plano that a man put a pillow over her face until she passed out and stole jewelry from her apartment.
Chemirmir was later spotted by police dumping a jewelry box into a trash bin, which ultimately led investigators to Harris’ home, where she was found dead.
Chemirmir is also facing two counts of attempted murder in Collin County, where authorities say he tried to smother two other women.
Investigators said in March 2018 that they were combing through up to 750 unsolved deaths to see if Chemirmir was linked to the cases. He had been living in the Dallas area since at least 2010, police said.
We’re worried we could have more,” Dallas Executive Assistant Chief of Police David Pughes said last year. “It will be a monumental task. But we’re up for the challenge and we’re gonna make sure we check each and every case.”
Chemirmir’s bond as of Thursday was set at $9.1 million. He’s also facing an immigration hold, jail records show.
An attorney for the mother of one of Chemirmir’s suspected victims, 92-year-old Doris Gleason, said the woman was smothered inside her apartment at a senior living center in Dallas in October 2016.
Chemirmir gained access to the residence while posing as a maintenance worker but slipped past lax security at the facility, attorney Richard Arnold told KXAS.
“We certainly think he should have been noticed on the day Doris Gleason was murdered,” Arnold told the station.
What more evidence do you need to understand you live in Post-America than a black illegal alien from Kenya killing potentially hundreds of elderly white women? Those ladies lived through some of the most incredible innovations in human history, only to have their final moments on this earth smothered by black illegal alien from Kenya.
The statistics are right there, if you just know where to look. Wisconsin is an 86 percent white state. It’s population is 6 percent black.
The 2018 Wisconsin Uniform Crime Reporting provides an interesting look at violent crime in the 86 percent white state, and showcases what happens when blacks from Chicago pour into the state:
The statistics are right there, if you just know where to look. Iowa is a 91 percent white state. It’s population is 3 percent black.
The 2016 Iowa Uniform Crime Reporting provides an interesting look at violent crime in the 91 percent white state, and showcases what happens when blacks from Chicago and Milwaukee pour into the state (check out Table 7c):
When you watch movies made in the 1940s, 1950s, or even the 1990s (try watching Patriot Games or Clear and Present Danger), you see an America dead and gone. Iowa, demographically, is America in roughly 1960, and yet we see a racial pattern emerge for violent crime in the state no one in the current year will dare report outside of this site.
Why do white people avoid public transportation in America? Exhibit A would be the morose story of 74-year-old Serge Fournier, a white man who was pushed off a bus in Las Vegas by a black woman he asked to “be nicer to passengers.”
He would die from injuries suffered from the fall (you can watch the video here).
Serge Fournier is now dead all because he asked a black woman to “be nicer to passengers,” who then decided to push him off the bus for daring to offer a bit of advice found in the pages of the immortal How to Win Friends and Influence People. [74-year-old man pushed off bus, dies after telling woman ‘to be better to passengers’, News3LV.com, May 9, 2019]:
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — “Be nicer to passengers” – Police say it’s the last thing a 74-year-old man told the person who pushed him off a bus. The man later died, and now a suspect has been arrested.
Trevor Taylor tried to hold back the tears as he remembered his 74-year old friend, Serge Fournier.
Taylor said, “He was an excellent neighbor. Very nice, religious person.”
According to the police report, on March 21, Fournier was riding an RTC bus when he spotted 25-year-old Cadesha Bishop swearing at people. The report says witnesses heard Fournier tell Bishop “to be nicer to passengers.”
As Fournier used his walker to exit at 13th and Fremont streets, police say Bishop pushed Fournier forcefully with two hands. Fournier fell on his head.
Taylor said, “After he was pushed off the bus, he came here for a day or two and then his pain was so great he had to call an ambulance — went to the hospital.”
Fournier spent a month in the hospital before he passed away. The Clark County coroner determined he died from complications connected to the push.
Taylor said, “No matter what his age, she should not have done that. People need a little more patience than what they have these days.”
Fournier leaves behind a wife who is disabled. Ken Mallen knew Fournier and says his loss is still being felt.
“I know it caused several financial problems for his wife,” Mallen said.
Police say after the push, Bishop did not offer any help as she walked away with her son. Detectives managed to identify Bishop through bus surveillance video and arrested her this week.
Checlzzi Powell, a friend of Fournier, says people need to respect the elderly.
“He’s a little slow because his back and legs were ailing,” Powell said.
Taylor says he hopes Bishop is punished. He tells us he will never forget his friend.
“I will always remember him being a wonderful person,” Taylor said.
For those who have read this blog for years, you know the whole idea of the double standard falls on deaf ears here. There is only The Standard. Were a white person to have pushed a black person off of a bus, the entire corporate media would be talking about the incident with extreme racial vengeance.
We know this, but in the current year, white people murdered by blacks get absolutely no media coverage outside of a few stories in the local press where the killing occurred. In this case, we see a few stories in the Las Vegas media.
Rest in peace, Serge.
And remember: this story is a reminder why whites avoid public transportation.
One of the great admissions – well, many actually – of racial reality (and the type of communities black people exclusively create in the absence of whites) is contained in this piece from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. [Atlanta’s gentrification wave washes over historic Old Fourth Ward, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, May 9, 2019]:
When Sandra Gordon purchased her first home in 1998 in the Old Fourth Ward, her monthly mortgage and property tax bill was $250.
That was about the going rate when crime had taken over the intown neighborhood where Martin Luther King Jr. was born.
“I was scared when I first moved over here, because there were so many drug dealers around,” said Gordon, who is 61. “But it has changed. A lot of good people have moved in. It reminds me of the old days, when I was a little girl.”
Her monthly bill is now $604, mostly because of rising house prices, which push up property taxes. Gordon is relying on an $870 monthly disability check “and God. I pray a lot.”
“If things keep going the way they are going, I am going to have to sell and move somewhere else,” said Gordon, who also takes care of an adult nephew and a 5-year-old niece she calls Love Bug. “I was born here, and I want to stay, but I might not have any other choice.”
In 2018, the average sale price of an Old Fourth Ward home was $660,000. That’s up from $280,000 in 2013, according to Adams Realtors.
Because tax assessors are still playing catch-up, Gordon and her neighbors face even higher property taxes in the coming years.
Home prices also are surging in neighboring communities like Inman Park, Poncey-Highland and Midtown, part of a gentrification wave sweeping across intown Atlanta after many wealthy residents abandoned the city in earlier decades for the suburbs.
One reason for the sea change is the Atlanta Beltline, the former railway corridor converted into a walking and biking trail in 2012. In addition to boutiques, restaurants and craft breweries, city officials promised affordable housing. The former happened. The latter hasn’t.
In Atlanta, and elsewhere in the United States, gentrification is often about wealthy whites displacing poor blacks. Nowhere is that dynamic playing out more than in the city’s Old Fourth Ward.
Money pours into once-neglected neighborhood
To understand the Old Fourth Ward is to understand Atlanta. One of the city’s most historic black enclaves, it is now one of its most diverse neighborhoods.
“It is the cultural and spiritual heart of Atlanta. King was born and preached here,” said Atlanta City Councilman Amir Farokhi, who moved to the neighborhood in 2015. “The neighborhood has gotten whiter, younger and arguably more affluent.”
As many as 23,000 people — mostly working-class blacks — lived here in 1960. By the 1970s, more than half of the population had abandoned the area as drugs, gang violence and a migration to the suburbs took hold.
As late as 2000, 76% of the 12,244 residents were black and 16% were white in the Old Fourth Ward/Sweet Auburn Neighborhood Statistical Area, according to the Atlanta Regional Commission.
By 2015, the population rose to 14,321 people, but the black population dropped to 49.5% as the white population rose to 39%. Over the same period, median household income soared from $19,614 to $42,627.
Allesen Cann, a real-estate agent, moved to the neighborhood a few years ago and has watched the change up close.
“I am always torn. I hate that people feel like they can’t stay,” said Cann, who is white. “But this is also great for the neighborhood when you see new restaurants and amenities come in. And these same people are getting a much higher price than they would otherwise.”
On the section of Auburn Avenue where King was born in 1929, large two- and three-story homes still stand across from rows of shotgun houses. Today new lofts, townhomes and condos share space with aged buildings and century-old bungalows.
Homeless people beg for money on streets where diners eat at some of the city’s best restaurants. In another sign of change, according to older black residents, white women jog and walk their dogs on streets that drug dealers once ruled.
Historic Fourth Ward Park, formerly contaminated land at the lowest point of an 800-acre drainage basin, is a popular destination after a $25 million rehabilitation.
So many glorious nuggets of racial truth are hidden within this story, published to lament how whites are helping turn this formerly all-black area of Atlanta (the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr.!) into a veritable paradise. Where once misery and blackness dominated, the arrival of whiteness means culture, rising property values, the finest shopping experience, and the opening of Atlanta’s best restaurants. And, it means “white women jog and walk their dogs on streets that [black] drug dealers once ruled.”
As America becomes more diverse, the most desirable cities in the USA (Washington D.C., San Francicso, Chicago, Los Angeles, Atlanta, and New York City) will become virtually uninhabited by blacks. Even Atlanta, the city too busy to hate…
The state of Minnesota is roughly 84 percent white and 6 percent black. The state of Minnesota puts out an incredible document entitled the Minnesota Uniform Crime Report, with the last version covering 2017. It appears no news publication in St. Paul, Minneapolis or Duluth has been interested in analyzing the data within this report.
In 2017, there were 103 homicide arrests in the state of Minnesota (p. 57):
In 2017, there were 1141 arrests for robbery in the state of Minnesota (p. 57):
Again, remember Minnesota is only six percent black. These reports are out there for every state and in many cases, for every major city in the United States. And not one newspaper or local news channel in Minnesota will dare publish the data, because we might start basing social policy (as we once did in the USA) on who/whom commits the crime to ensure the law-abiding receive protection.
It should be noted in 1990, the state was almost 95 percent white. There’s an amazing line of dialogue from 1993’s Hots Shots! Part Deux, which was regrettably prophetic (considering what’s happened with the mass importing of Somalians to Minneapolis/St. Paul). When discussing an attack on the Middle East, the President of United States in the movie (played by the late Lloyd Bridges) inadvertently points to Minnesota on a globe instead of Iraq:
President Thomas ‘Tug’ Benson : Here’s the target area.
Gerou : That’s Minnesota, sir.
President Thomas ‘Tug’ Benson : Damn it, man, that’s the genius of my plan. Why go over there to fight? We can do it right here at home, and get in some good fishing while we’re at it.
Gerou : Sir, the enemy is over there.
President Thomas ‘Tug’ Benson : Then we’ll fly them over here. Their families too. We’ll teach them to skate… Do I have to think of everything?
Hots Shots! Part Deux was a spoof, but in 2019 Minnesota, the joke has come true.
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We already know in Grand Rapids it might soon be a criminal misdemeanor for calling the police on people of color, but the reporters in elite newsrooms across the United States are also hard at work conditioning whites to feel guilty about calling the police on blacks in the act of breaking the law. Take a look at this letter to the editor from a white person published in the New York Times Magazine, answered by Kwame Anthony Appiah.[Was I Right to Call the Cops on a Black Man Breaking Into a Car?, New York Times Magazine, May 7, 2019]:
Recently, I witnessed a young black male cut across my yard, duck between my neighbors’ two cars and try the doors of both, before “breaking” into the unlocked one. I opened my back door and yelled, “I see you getting into that car!” He took off running. I called the police and then posted to the (admittedly sometimes racially charged) Nextdoor app, in the hopes that my neighbors would check the locks on their cars and homes.
Break-ins are fairly common in my neighborhood, and this isn’t the first time that I’ve witnessed what appeared to be a theft and called the police. It was, however, the first time I was certain the suspicious person was a black man. I immediately felt a pang of guilt for calling the police and haven’t been able to stop thinking about it, given the tragic way things too often end between police and people of color.
I feel an obligation to my family and my neighbors to report crimes. But I’d rather have my car broken into than have a person’s life ruined by my 911 call. And honestly, I don’t even know if it’s a crime to open someone’s unlocked vehicle.
If the incident had been a forced entry or violent in any way, I would feel less torn about having called the police. And really, people should know better than to leave their cars unlocked. I sincerely hope the young man wasn’t apprehended but instead was just scared off and won’t lurk around my home again. But what if he had been arrested? I also shudder to think how many young black men vaguely matching his description were harassed by officers after my call.
Did I do the right thing by calling the police? Or am I bordering here on behaving like BBQ Becky — the white woman in California who called the police on a group of black people having a barbecue? Name Withheld, Missouri
What you saw was a series of apparent attempts at theft — and entering a vehicle or a residence with the intent to steal typically constitutes burglary, whether the door is locked or not. Reporting such behavior is an act of civic responsibility. In your particular state, with its notably lax gun laws, people may not leave their wallets in their car but may well keep pistols in their glove compartments. In recent years, the theft of firearms, often from vehicles, has risen sharply where you live. Your state also has the highest rate of black homicide victims in the country (and most violent crimes are indeed intraracial). So yes, I’d say you did the right thing.
Still, your anxiety that the police might overreact to your call is reasonable. In a 2015 survey conducted by researchers at the University of Chicago, about half of African-Americans reported being treated badly by police officers because of their race. (Fewer than 5 percent of white Americans said this.) Unjust policing is wrong; it’s also self-undermining. One problem caused by the flagrant abuses of police authority we see reported in the media — the sort of events that generated the Black Lives Matter movement — is that they weaken community support for the police, and such support is essential to successful policing. It’s possible to understand why so many police officers appear to be willing to turn a blind eye to misconduct by their fellows (solidarity develops naturally among people who face danger together), but the abuse of police authority makes their jobs harder. They’d be better off if they did more to root it out.
That there are too many occasions when police officers abuse the rights of citizens does not mean that most police-civilian interactions go wrong. And the fact that being a black man makes it more likely that your interactions with the police will turn unpleasant doesn’t mean that interactions between police officers and black suspects are typically mishandled. Still, it’s bad enough that black men have a reason to worry that any arrest might go wrong. Your hesitance about involving law enforcement points to a larger crisis of trust, one undergirded by worrying racial disparities throughout the criminal-justice system. The best response, however, isn’t to turn a blind eye to property crimes. It’s to get involved in campaigns to reform policing and prosecution.
If you don’t get it yet, our elite truly want to not just make it illegal to call the police on blacks/people of color, but also are actively conditioning white people to feel guilty about calling the police on blacks/people of color caught in the act of committing a crime.