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His Name Is Joey Allen: White Convenience Store Worker, a Father of Four, Murdered in Salt Lake City by African Migrant
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The white working class is being replaced nationwide by mass legal and illegal immigration, and those who hold down a job to take care of their families get to enjoy the growing diversity in America. [‘Family Was Everything,’ Friends Say About Man Killed In Maverik Stabbing,, July 3, 2019]:

A Maverik gas station and convenience store that is usually bustling with activity, was silent, and closed off Wednesday, as investigators looked for clues about what led up to a fatal stabbing outside, in the early morning hours. Chrystal Cook says she first heard that something was wrong at around 4am.

“I woke up to my cousin saying that there was a stabbing at Maverik, and that the only person was working was Joey,” Cook said of her friend Joseph (Joey) Allen.

Police say that at around 3am, Allen, and a friend stepped outside the convenience store to confront a group of four males who had been loitering on the property.

“There were some issues with them being on the property,” Detective Greg Wilking said. “They had been asked to leave.”

Wilking says what happened next verbally to escalate the confrontation is not clear, but on surveillance video, Allen’s friend could be seen throwing a metal pole at the group. He says a man could then be seen wielding a knife, and stabbing Allen and his friend, before the four of them ran off. Allen died at the scene. His friend is recovering in an area hospital, and is expected to recover.

“He was a great person, (and had a) good heart,” Cook said of Allen. “We’d come to the store, and we’d hang out with him on his shift, and like he was the coolest person ever.”

Cook says that Allen was excited about his relatively new job at the Maverik, near 1300 S. and Main st, and that he had recently become engaged.

“He leaves behind two twin girls, you know, two more daughters and a son, that looked up to him,” Cook said. “His family was everything to him.”

Marissa Munoz is the mother of those twin girls.

“I’m really sad. I just can’t believe this is happening,” Munoz said. “He was just a really good person. He was always there for me. He helped me out a lot.”

Wilking says the man with the knife was later identified as 21 year-old Tukka Gonne. He’s being held at the Salt Lake County Jail for suspicion of murder, aggravated assault, and interference with arresting officers.

An African migrant murders a white convenience store clerk in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tukka was one of those mahogany individuals doing his part to enrich America and add vibrancy to lily-white Utah. [Salt Lake Maverik clerk stabbed, killed in confrontation outside store, Desert News, July 3, 2019]:

Gonne’s arrest is the latest in a series of recent confrontations with police.

In June, he was charged in Salt Lake Justice Court with assault, a class B misdemeanor. A warrant was issued for his arrest on June 24 when he failed to show up for court.

On May 31 he pleaded guilty to failing to stop for law enforcement, a class A misdemeanor. He is scheduled to be sentenced in that case on July 19.

On Jan. 13, Gonne was arrested for assault in a domestic-related fight. A charge was filed but dismissed on June 28 when the state’s witness did not show up to court, according to court records.

Gonne was convicted in October of unauthorized control of a vehicle for extended period of time and was sentenced to 20 days in jail plus probation.

Also in 2018, Gonne was charged with intoxication in both February and June. He was convicted of purchasing, possessing or consuming alcohol by a minor in September, in a separate case in August, and in yet another in October, according to court records.

Never forget… Tukka Gonne is more American than you or me.

Rest in peace, Joey Allen.


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  1. “ a group of four MALES”
    At least they gave the murderers name this time,so we know what it is even with the usual vague discriptions
    Go to hell tukka gonne

    • Replies: @Known Fact
  2. It seems the left doesn’t like talking about these immigrants in a bad way. They would have us believe the white person started the fight. However, what is the most disturbing is white people don’t seem to care. At what point do white people wake the hell up? In Utah they have the death penulty, I would say use it.

  3. I see white convenience clerks every once and awhile outside the city and always wish them a safe day. I still don’t know why the owners don’t protect their employees more. Nothing good happens at a convenience store once the sun goes down and blacks love (and I mean love) going to convenience stores (as well as Walgreen’s and CVS). It seems to be a big part of their day. What a dangerous job.
    Perhaps with all the news coming out of Chicago about the latest TNB you must think I’m busy at work. No way man. I have enough experience and sense to take plenty of time off for the July 4th holiday. My wife and I drove through small-town America in Illinois, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida. We stayed away from black cities and towns (based on suggestions at this site). What a wonderful experience. I forgot how polite and nice people could be. I hope your Fourth was just as nice and safe. Years ago, when we said we were from Chicago the reply would be “what a great city” or “I hope to visit it one day”. Now when we tell people where we’re from they look at us strange. Oh well…back to the frontlines next week.

  4. The legal system / justice system is at fault for this death. The law encourages bad behavior as it does nothing to prevent it.

    I believe the average person should be armed and dangerous thus eliminating the need for the useless police that show up after the fact with their chalk to outline the body. Any person confronted by a predator should kill him to solve that particular problem person once and for all. That would send a message to the next level of predator that things are changing and if they persist in their ways and get caught it’s terminal.

    The entire criminal justice system is one giant farce. They house, clothe, feed and provide medical care for predators on a grand scale so they can be released back into society to offend once more. The solution is no prisons. If warranted, kill the predator or force restitution, not to the state, but to the injured party. We need investigators to determine who did what, and then real justice to solve the problem once and for all. Once there’s a serious price to pay aberrant behavior will be self limiting in a very short period of social adjustment to a new reality.

    • Agree: CENTURION, Love Street
    • Replies: @eah
    , @Sick 'n Tired
  5. @Blue Juice

    Good for you, Blue.

    I was, indeed, worried about you not having seen much of you here. I know how the city gets when the temps soar.

    Time away from a job like that must make thoughts of retirement bubble up in your consciousness.

    My Chicago story:

    Many years ago (thinking late 90’s – early 2k’s) I traveled there for work. Business conference in my old computer days. I already knew about the projects, Cabrini Green, etc., so I didn’t walk in blind.

    However, I was surprised to find a very nice city as I spent most of my time in the business district. Clean and seemingly safe, I walked a lot rather than moving the rental car.

    One night, a coworker and I were headed for dinner on 7th. We were walking parallel to 7 and noticed the streets looking dark ahead.

    I was already looking forward to the next corner when a lone black man walking toward us gave us the warning.

    “You don’t want to go any further up this street”, he said.

    An unexpected kindness and no, I didn’t want to go any farther up that street. We thanked him and made a right at the next block.

    I said at the time that Chicago was like a cleaner version of NYC and I could see why it was Sinatra’s kind of town.

    I, unlike you, got to stay in the nice parts of the city with the restaurants and the clubs and the white people. No one tapped me on the shoulder and said, “Hey, Jim… go stop that nog from beating up his babby momma.”

    Stay safe, Blue Juice. When in question, wait for backup. Or just circle the block.

  6. Hyzer says:

    I escaped from browning, third-world California to lily white Utah, only to find the Mormons cucked and letting in all kinds – Mexicans, Tongans, Samoans, Africans. How many white girls at the University of Utah need to die before they wake up?

    • Replies: @james wilson
    , @Cato
  7. @Hyzer

    Mormons believe they can convert the entire world and actively engage in doing so. It’s inevitable that they would bring the world back to Utah. It’s not unlike what the US is doing.

    • Agree: anon19
    • Replies: @IrREEEEEdeemable
  8. eah says:

    The legal system / justice system is at fault for this death.

    Why exactly?

    The law encourages bad behavior as it does nothing to prevent it.

    For crimes there is appropriate punishment which is supposed to act as a deterrent and to that extent “prevent” crime — but in general of course ‘the law’ does not ‘encourage bad behavior’, nor can it or the police really do anything to “prevent” it — the police will come if you call them.

    This guy had a concerning number of contacts with law enforcement — but unless there is some kind of ‘three strikes’ law in Utah for misdemeanors (assault can be charged as a misdemeanor, and probably was in this case), or being charged with misdemeanors, it’s not clear what else they could have done about or to this guy — ?

    When Kersey put outs exaggerated rhetoric like this:

    Never forget… Tukka Gonne is more American than you or me.

    He isn’t doing himself or his work any favors — which is a shame, because more Whites need to see how disproportionate interracial crime really is, and how the media lies to them about it, both by commission and omission.

  9. Personally, I wouldn’t work in a place that wouldn’t let me carry in defense of myself.

    Either that or, if I really needed the job to put food on the table, I’d carry concealed.

    Rules and laws were never meant to hinder the honest citizen nor put him at risk. They were meant to be the ‘line in the sand’ that helped define criminal behavior and reduced the number of criminals roaming free.

    Fast forward to today and rules and laws are now applied to the honest citizen and criminal equally. I take that back. There is no equality in how the rules are applied.

    So my rationale is, if I’m going to be treated like a criminal anyway, when accosted by a murderous gang, I will act and react like a criminal. No longer do I intend to stand around and explain my actions to the police. No longer do I shoot till the threat is ended. No longer do I intend on offering comfort or aid to a downed opponent. Not will I give any information if questioned in regard to anyone else defending themselves.

    Deny everything like a Marxist. Lie like a politician. Alter ballistic markings. Destroy clothing worn. If they EVER come to see you, make sure there is nothing to conclusively tie you to a place. Have an alibi. Buy a good one.

    I had to take a rifle out the other day. Here’s what I did. No longer do I feel comfortable in just walking out of my house with a cased rifle and place it in the trunk. No.

    Now, I’m like a ninja. Now I sneak it out of the house through a side door across a breezeway held low enough that it can’t be seen over the fence. Then I open the man door to the garage and stage the rifle for loading.

    Then I went out to my car, started it up and pulled out so I could back in with my trunk against the overhead door. Turned the car off and popped the trunk. Went back inside through the man door, opened the overhead door and tossed the cases rifle into the trunk after eyeballing the street.

    Covered it with some stuff and closed the lid.

    Paranoid? You bet. Warranted? You bet.

    You get one neighbor nowadays to call them police and say you’re in the driveway with a rifle… and your life will never be the same.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational, Augustus
  10. @Blue Juice

    I have enough experience and sense to take plenty of time off for the July 4th holiday.

    Wow, how’d you manage that?  Word at SCC was that time off had been cancelled.

  11. @eah

    Exaggerated rhetoric?

    I think he means, and I certainly don’t speak for him, that this illegal-turned-legal immigrant of color should have been in jail rather than free to continue to ply his trade on the street.

    This dark skinned ‘immigrant’ is part of a protected class that seems to be able to operate with relative impunity until such time they do something so aggregiius that it garners national attention.

    Reading your statement, I’m not really sure what you believe. I’m a bit confused what you believe in. You seem to be making the same sounds as many of us while claiming to disagree.

    • Replies: @eah
    , @eah
  12. @eah

    You are an apologists for State stupidity. It’s gov’t that prevents the average individual from protecting him/herself with ridiculous gun laws that do not conform to the 2nd Amendment despite what the Supremes say. If people were allowed to protect themselves, crime would plummet along with the human predator population at minimal cost to the citizenry.

    There is no human being shortage. The predators in the society should be eliminated as quickly as possible and that is made impossible by the criminal justice system that actively protects the predators among us. The “law” is BS in this regard. The police are absolutely useless and the law makes the average decent person incapable of protecting him/herself. If that isn’t the stupidest system around, I don’t know what is.

    • LOL: eah
    • Replies: @eah
  13. @eah

    When Kersey put outs exaggerated rhetoric like this:

    Never forget… Tukka Gonne is more American than you or me.

    He isn’t doing himself or his work any favors

    Look up “sarcasm” sometime.  Look up Bill Kristol saying what he really thinks about Americans.  I wish I could remember the phrase used by some Juanie-come-lately about how immigrants are the only real Americans, so I could give you the source.

    • Replies: @eah
    , @Patrialiberty
  14. eah says:

    Dude, go take a sedative and lie down — some of us still want to live in a free country, not a police state — and in any case, most of your comment is a dumb, childish non-sequitur — I guess you’re mad because I called out your bullshit.

    It’s too bad my previous comment is still in the moderation queue — there I said he does not belong in this country, which is about the only criticism of authorities I can reasonably have with the facts as presented in this one account.

    I also noted this part of the story:

    …on surveillance video, Allen’s friend could be seen throwing a metal pole at the group.

    And said that because it appears there was some kind of violent confrontation, and people do have a right to defend themselves, including a shitty African who looks like an ape and doesn’t belong in this country, that it may be best to wait for the police investigation to find out exactly what happened, and what the charges will be.

    Grow up man.

    • Replies: @Oil 'n Water
  15. eah says:
    @Jim in Jersey

    Yeah, it is exaggerated rhetoric — it’s overly emotional, exaggerated rhetoric in this context.

    this illegal-turned-legal immigrant

    How do you know that? — I assume both entire stories are reproduced here as block text (Kersey’s usual practice), ie I did not follow the links and read the original stories — and in just reading this text again, I do not see where it says anything about the suspect’s background, eg whether he is an immigrant or not, and what his current status is — maybe it does in the original stories — ?

    should have been in jail

    Why specifically should he have been in jail? — apparently he was released, or granted bail, per usual practice given what he was charged with (all misdemeanors, most likely) — I assume so.

    I’m not really sure what you believe

    I’m “not really sure” why you expected to learn anything about my beliefs (about what?) from a comment I made in reply to someone else — ?

    • Replies: @eah
    , @Jim in Jersey
  16. eah says:

    I’ve now read both of the original linked stories and neither says anything about the suspect’s background, ie whether he is an immigrant or not, or whether he was once here illegally — of course given his name it is likely he is an immigrant, but I don’t want to assume that — I like to stick to known facts, which gives “libtards” less to complain about.

    From the second linked article:

    In this case, Wilking said detectives don’t believe an argument of self-defense is valid because Gonne and the others had the chance to walk away rather than engage in a fight.

    It is not up to detectives to make such a determination — they should investigate what happened, then present all known facts to the DA — prosecutors will then decide whether they can or should charge the suspect, and if so with what — here they have to consider whether there is a good chance of obtaining a conviction.

    So it seems there is already some uncertainty about exactly what happened (ie was self-defense involved?), meaning also about exactly how the suspect will be charged.

  17. eah says:
    @Mr. Rational

    I know how he meant the remark Dummkopf: he’s trying to make fun of “libtards” — still there was no reason for it here: it isn’t going to help him or his message — besides, only the most retarded “libtards” would say something that absurd — it’s all a lot of dumb hyperbole that we could do without, so Kersey should try to keep it out of his work, since his work is important and valuable: I appreciate it anyway, and have been reading him for a long time now, since the start of SBPDL — I had several email conversations with him years ago — I will say this: his writing has improved since the early days of SBPDL, and I should give him credit for that — his dedication to this niche seems to be as strong as it ever was, which I find remarkable.

  18. You didn’t, and probably can’t, refute anything I said point by point. Simply claiming a non-sequitur doesn’t make it so.

    Why not try to show where my logic is wrong without resorting to an ad hominem? I bet you can’t offer up a cogent defense of your position.

    And, BTW, if you live in the US you already live in a repressive police state that invents things like ‘hate crime’, ‘money laundering’, where the media is just a propaganda organ, where a president has a weekly drone kill list that includes killing US citizens without trial, where the ‘Patriot Act’ and ‘NDAA” neutered articles 4, 5, 6, 8 & 9 of The Bill of Rights, etc. Why not take every day reality into consideration when thinking about what you want and what you already have?

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
  19. @Blue Juice

    I have enough experience and sense to take plenty of time off for the July 4th holiday.

    Next year, in July, try to visit northern New England. North enough to avoid the people who are a curse on New York and Boston. Beautiful weather, beautiful scenery, and a glimpse into what we once had in this country, and allowed to be pissed away. Outside of Burlington, Vermont, you are unlikely to run into someone who believes that we need more negroes.

    • Agree: CENTURION
    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  20. @Loren

    From link: Adam Mosseri…

    Every F*cking Time.

    • Agree: D-FENS
  21. @james wilson

    Mormons believe they can convert the entire world and actively engage in doing so.

    THAT is the problem with almost all of Christianity. They’re so focused on “saving souls for GEEEE-ZUUUSSS!” that they think it’s a great idea to let third world rapist idiots into their communities. “Why, it will be so much easier (and cheaper!) than making the missionary journey! They’ll love our way of life so much they’ll convert on the spot! Hallelujah!!”

    However, prior to the Scofield Bible commentaries and the financial takeover of most Christian seminaries by Zionist money, Christians weren’t these sorts of fools, for the most part. So it appears to be a result of purposeful perversion and subversion by The Usual Suspects.

    • Agree: Republic
  22. @Loren

    Oyyy veyyy
    And it’s gonna get woice goyem!

  23. @Blue Juice

    Glad you’re back on here.
    And you have a safe rest of 2019 .

  24. From one of the articles: “The video shows (Gonne) come up BEHIND (emphasis added) the victims with a large shiny object in his right hand. (Gonne) thrusts the object toward the victims,” according to the report. “One victim is taken into the store, where he collapses and dies. The surviving victim was stabbed several times.”

    There’s no way in hell that this can be considered self-defense as the altercation had already ended and the clerk and his friend were walking away and were attacked and stabbed in the back/from behind.

    In any case, that was one of the major mistakes the clerk and his friend made- NEVER turn your back on a negro (especially one that’s enraged) as they are cowardly creatures who love attacking from behind and can also fly into a murderous rage in a heartbeat. Another mistake was trying to reason with the negroes- once they were asked to leave and did not do so, the next step would be to call the police and let them deal with the loitering negroes who refused to leave the premises. To the primitive and uncivilized mind of the negro, being asked to leave is “disrespect” and the reaction that follows will be rage over “being dissed and told what to do.” Hell, you can’t even ask them (for example) to quieten down in a theater or other public place where they’re being loud and disruptive without their reaction being one of belligerance, hostility and aggression.

    Too bad the clerk didn’t call the cops instead of trying to deal with the negroes himself. Then, we might be reading another b.s. MSM story about how a poor, sweet, innocent negro who dindu nuffin was gunned down by the racist popo after trying to buy milk and cookies for his poor, ailing grandma.

  25. @IrREEEEEdeemable

    Watching the local news tonight and lo and behold, a church group is cleaning and painting in a bad ghetto housing project in Clermont FL.
    All the kids were white except for one negro. The “residents” were all sitting on their asses and talking to the reporter.

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  26. @eah

    Ok, now I know what and who you are.

    Thank you for your reply.

  27. @eah

    You remind me of a fellow who used to comment on this site: very intelligent, insightful at times, but with a sequoia-sized chip on his shoulder.
    Since, on one of your posts, you’ve said you followed SBPDL since its inception, you might remember him: Oogaboogha.
    Well, whether you’re one and the same is no matter.
    Just an observation: On the one hand you advise RoatanBill to “grow up man,” yet feel no hypocrisy in labeling posters as: dumb, childish, idiot, Dummkopf, and I, believe, Cretin in your rebuttals. There may be more – I’ve read many but not all of your posts.
    While I think it keeps all of us “honest” for others to point out perceived inaccuracies in what we write – in fact, it’s one of the things I like about this site – I don’t believe the name calling is necessary or productive.
    I can tell you do a lot of research and you have a broad breadth of knowledge. The name-calling, in my respectful opinion, kind of puts a damper on it.

    • Replies: @Augustus
    , @eah
  28. @RoatanBill

    I was house sitting for a friend recently and spent some time binging shows on Netflix since I haven’t owned a tv in a few years. One of the shows was about the Sacramento County jail where people were awaiting trial or serving out short sentences. They all seemed to be living it up and enjoying their time in there, talking to each other thru the toilets, sending each other food and messages, the whole 9 yards. It was truly pathetic to see these useless wastes of life completely unaffected by the fact they were serving time in jail, and if (when) they do end up back in there, they get a heroes welcome and get to see their friends again….all on the tax payer dime.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  29. Kersey is referencing the comment some weeks ago by Congresswoman from N.Y. AOC (Absolutely Obtuse Communist) When she stated that ALL Illegal Aliens are more American than any Citizens born here. She is of course not alone, the entire Democrat Party and far too many in the GOP believe this as well. Unless tens of millions of whiteys find their inner Viking and soon South Africa will look like cartoons compared to us.

    • Replies: @eah
  30. Anon[230] • Disclaimer says:

    Dey dun shot dat dawg? Why dey do dat, dawg?

    When will Canine Lives Matter march? Most people realize that canine breeds have a general temperament and reputation. Not human breeds, though!

  31. @Sick 'n Tired

    For some people, incarceration becomes a way of life. I watched a YouTube video concerning Portland, Oregon where the police aren’t even attempting to do anything about the huge homeless population of largely drug addicts and mental cases because the gov’t told them to stand down. One shop keeper said he regularly gets robbed and the police won’t even show up if there’s no physical violence involved and the robbers know it.

    The lunatics are running the asylum, as the old saying goes. The decent people are being put upon by the human trash in the society and the criminal justice system is just fine with that. This is not going to end well. More and more money (taxes or deficit spending) is being burned through due to the predators in the society and at some point the whole system implodes or there’s a revolt that gets rid of all the garbage. Either of those choices is bad news simply because gov’t sucks at their job.

    • Agree: Sick 'n Tired
    • Replies: @Onebelowall
  32. This may not be popular, but as a military history geek it’s my opinion that The Patriot is an awful movie. I respect Gibson and his work and am sickened at his treatment by (((Hollywood))). But that movie was about as historically accurate as Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

    But then Gibson has a track record of making movies that, while undeniably good fun, are horrible as a representation of the past. I thought Braveheart was bad, before The Patriot hit the theatres. Little did I know…

    Hello, even The Passion of the Christ featured Roman soldiers in leather armour and other abominations….

    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
    , @Anounder
  33. Yes Mike, I have travelled through Kentucky. What a gorgeous state still filled with some salt-of-the-earth white people (like Hickok45). With the 70 mph speed limit I usually just drive right on through…a mistake I won’t make next time. Any suggestions where to stop/eat/avoid would be appreciated.
    And Jim in Jersey is correct. Chicago is still a beautiful city (and booming) in some parts. Years ago architects and engineers used the Second City as their playground and built some very unique buildings and structures. That seems like ages ago though. Sadly enough Chicago’s peak years are behind it and it’s becoming a black run city.
    The more time I spend in rural white America the more I can pretend that Civil War 2.0 will be a generation away (or may not happen at all). Then I return home and reality creeps back into my sensibilities.
    Stay alert, stay armed, stay away and stay alive

  34. @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    Outside of Burlington, Vermont, you are unlikely to run into someone who believes that we need more negroes.

    Why, then, are they still being welcomed into Lewiston and Portland Maine?

    Why aren’t all the refugee outfits being shut down, and the useless eaters repatriated?

  35. Augustus says:
    @Oil 'n Water

    I hate these disagreements over wording, or perceived meaning based on emotions someone perceives that were not really present in the writer’s original comments.

    In short, it’s time you showed them the moose!

    I can’t help myself.

    • Replies: @Oil 'n Water
  36. eah says:

    From a story on a website with the URL

    *Though the preceding report did not reflect this information, Tukka Gonne came to this country from the Ivory Coast.

    Did he arrive as a refugee? — via the ‘diversity visa’ lottery? — I hope this info will come out.

    link — there’s a Tukka Gonne in SLC on Facebook — how many people with that name could there be in SLC? — but there it says his ‘hometown’ is Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — ?

    About why someone might say he should have been in jail:

    In June, he was charged in Salt Lake Justice Court with assault, a class B misdemeanor. A warrant was issued for his arrest on June 24 when he failed to show up for court.

    Assuming this is correct: if you fail to show for a court appearance, a judge will issue a bench warrant for your arrest; this is pretty much automatic — but police do not prioritize looking for and arresting someone who fails to show up in court for a misdemeanor: that’s just reality — but if you wanted to blame authorities for this guy being on the street, then you could use the (assumed) fact there was a bench warrant out for him and police had not yet arrested him (I personally will not find fault with that).

    A couple of comments on the Deseret News story:

    On a flight out of salt lake recently, the flight attendants were engaged in conversation with each other as they served drinks to the passengers. One of them was quite animated as she talked about how a “homeless” man in Salt Lake had attacked her in the middle of the day. She could see that I was kind of listening in and turned to me and said “Salt Lake has a serious “homeless” problem. She continued that she did not want to fly into Salt Lake anymore…I had no idea it was that bad but judging from other comments, it appears to be so.

    Stopping at these gas stations downtown carries with it a certain degree of risk. I feel for the employee and their family, just trying to make a living. There are always drug addicted derelicts roaming around asking customers for money. Clean up the city. Many of these people should be institutionalized and rehabilitated. It is sad what has happened to Salt Lake City.

    A GoFundMe for the deceased — and actually in his foto at, he does not really look white — not that it matters: he is an American.

    Perhaps Paul Kersey will follow this story and eg report on if/when the suspect is charged with the killing.

    • Replies: @eah
  37. eah says:
    @Negro Antidote

    Kersey is referencing the comment some weeks ago by Congresswoman from N.Y. AOC

    Thanks (maybe Kersey could have explained that himself) — she’s scum and has no business opining about anyone’s ‘American-ness’ — a walking, talking argument for cutting Puerto Rico loose.

    the entire Democrat Party

    An exaggeration of course — but far too many of them, that’s for sure.

    far too many in the GOP believe this as well

    There even one would be too many.

  38. @Texas Alt-Right Gamer

    You said ‘Hollywood ‘ and ‘history’ in the same sentence. That’s funny.

    Hollywood couldn’t even get the history of Hollywood correct.

    The venue is about entertainment not accuracy.

    • Replies: @Texas Alt-Right Gamer
  39. @eah

    When Kersey put outs exaggerated rhetoric like this:

    Never forget… Tukka Gonne is more American than you or me.

    He isn’t doing himself or his work any favors

    >Challenge accepted.
    >Google “immigrants more American”.
    >Second hit.

    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on the shutdown and Trump’s address: “The women and children on the border seeking refuge and opportunity in the U.S. with nothing but the shirt on their backs are acting more American than any person who seeks to keep them out ever will be.”

    • Replies: @eah
  40. Anonymous[343] • Disclaimer says:

    >”Allen’s friend could be seen throwing a metal pole at the group”

    The REAL perp! HE killed his friend.

  41. @IrREEEEEdeemable

    mormons are not adherents of the Christian faith

  42. @Mr. Rational

    Because those in power don’t do what’s best for the people they represent.

    They produce for those who they work for.

    It is in their best interest to insert violent, enemy forces into quiet neighborhoods and subject the taxpaying citizenry to a dose of ‘inner city blues’.

    None of which can be undone. Ever.

  43. @Augustus

    “showed them the moose.”

    I’ve tried to find where it originated and what it means, but no luck. Was it a typo?

    Not trying to ruffle feathers, but please ‘splain :})

    • Replies: @Augustus
  44. eah says:
    @Oil 'n Water


    It’s not me and I don’t remember any SBPDL commenter by that name — but there came a time when I stopped visiting SBPDL so often — I just did not find the site that interesting anymore: ‘I got the point’ — however I’ve always seen Kersey’s work as valuable and necessary to help counteract media dishonesty — he’s shown real perseverance in pursuing it, which should be recognized — as I recall I also donated money (it was a long time ago now).

    The name-calling, in my respectful opinion, kind of puts a damper on it.

    Believe it or not, some people deserve to be called names (in the case of “Mr. Rational” it is also due to previous interactions) — and a lot of what “RoatanBill” wrote is childish (just read it), and he does need to grow up in that sense — but I get your point.

    It’s very important to be reasonable and circumspect about these matters: surely you can see and concede that — we need to re-occupy and hold the moral high ground, which was wrongly usurped long ago by media liars and propagandists who tell us “diversity” is the greatest thing since sliced bread while using “style rules” to hide who’s committing these crimes — being honest, reasonable, and circumspect about facts helps blunt any “libtard” accusations of racism, xenophobia, etc etc — “normies” need to see we’re not just redneck racists.

    I hope this is clear.

    • Agree: Oil 'n Water
  45. eah says:

    Thanks — someone else also clarified where that bit of nonsense originated — I pay little attention to mainstream media and none at all to AOC, so I had no idea, and did not care enough to try to find out myself.

  46. @Love Street

    “Tukka” seems like a Finnish name to me, but Finns are rarely linked to armed robbery (except for a few bad contracts in the NHL)

  47. @Female in FL

    Similar tale. Big Box’s annual community project.

    Elderly Black woman’s house, landscaping, painting, etc. Look inside window. Two fat-ass keeds (grandsons) playing vid games.

  48. @Jim in Jersey

    Absolutely true.

    The problem is that far too many people take what they see on the screen as actual history. That paves the way for pieces of revisionist “hate Whitney” propaganda like the recent show about the Central Park Jogger rape.

    When a film maker is trying to invoke the past, it’s disrespectful and wrong for them to just make stuff up wholesale.

    Others opinions will disagree…

  49. Augustus says:
    @Oil 'n Water

    Some criminal committed a particularly heinous crime, and some said he should be jailed for life. Bruce County said the guy should be shown the “moose.”

    I imagined a very scarey moose, or a stiff dead moose with his gut split open standing with rigormortis set in and the criminal’s head stiched up in the moose, then the trap door beneath the bad guy would be opened. Bruce thought I was being a spelling NAZI, but I think he’s over it now and realizes I’m just slow.😂

    • LOL: Oil 'n Water
    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
  50. @Mr. Rational

    Why, then, are they still being welcomed into Lewiston and Portland Maine?

    For the traitors who work for the Catholic and Lutheran re settlement agencies and the government whores who administer the dole, african infiltration is their way of making a living. A very dirty living, but a living. Ask any normal person in Lewiston (I have) about slumolis. They are not fans. They are deliberately being swamped.

    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
  51. Are these “nigrants” I mean migrants here as refugees or asylum seekers? Because if so, criminal activity should lose you any refugees asylee status right away. Id specify above the level of infraction but no nog is ever just at that level of crime. The criminal justice system contact for this guy’s first crime should have got him out of any mercy status and sent home. I think America should just shut it’s doors at this point and say we’re full. And then force all the refugee/illegal/asylum advocates to register as foreign agents and lose their non profit status. Why should advocates for foreign nationals operate against us tax free?

  52. @Mr. Rational

    Pelosi Is Entranced By 3 Million ‘Dreamer’ Illegals, Insults Americans’ Children

    Neil Munro | Breitbart

    Illegal immigrants are a blessing, they are doing what the Founding Fathers would wish, they are the best of the best, more American than Americans, reinvigorating, they are fabulous, beautiful, and patriotic, yes, very patriotic.

  53. @Augustus

    Let the moose forever be the symbol of the end of tyranny!

    Bull Moose party forever!

  54. eah says:

    …but there it says his ‘hometown’ is Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — ?


    At the link is a Feb 2018 SLC arrest report for Tukka Gonne (intoxication) — it gives his age at the time (20), also his COB (country of birth) and nationality as Ethiopian.

    What was his immigration status back then? — what is it today?

    • Replies: @Cato
  55. eah——–Ethiopian Tukka Gonne’s immigration status is Democrat Voter.

  56. @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    Akin to the traitors…oh sorry, traders…who sold guns to the Indians.

    They were eventually treated with appropriate levels of kindness when they were caught.

  57. Woke Mormons are among the most supportive of mass immigration these days, esp. illegal immigration. They can’t seem to recruit enough hispanics into their church. It’s all a business anyway. They have to give 10% of their income to the church every year. The Mormon church is a big business, under the guise of religion, just like the Catholic and Lutheran churches, who are the most ardent importers of muslim refugees because Obama and Paul Ryan gave them $10k for each Muslim sponsored. Cha-ching!

    I have a hard time convincing myself to go to any church these days.

    • Replies: @Not Woke--Not Broke
  58. Cato says:

    I have a Palestinian Muslim friend who lived for a while in Salt Lake City. He told me that Mormon fathers were eager for their daughters to marry Arabs. It seemed unbelievable, but I guess that the intense Mormon urge to proselytize might lead fathers to send off their daughters to distant lands.

  59. Cato says:

    My Ethiopian friends would consider this guy too ugly to be part of their in-group: they would make jokes about his thick lips and his nose and his very dark skin color. But the name seems vaguely Ethiopian. Probably from the lowlands.

    • Replies: @eah
  60. @Tired of Not Winning

    America’s White tribe can’t depend on the Government at any level. Whites can’t depend on the churches.What can Whites trust??? Well,there is the Bible.To that i would add—-Security screen doors,plexiglas, chain link,big dogs, guns,grub,and gold. It’s not going to get better.It is going to collapse.Prepare yourselves and your families.

  61. eah says:

    He does look more west African than east African — note above I found one story with added info saying he was from Ivory Coast — anyway, perhaps definitive info about where he’s from as well as his status then and now will come out eventually — also what happened to him after his contacts with police:

    Mayor says SLC acts like sanctuary city, but ‘technically’ not one

    “Technically a sanctuary city has a jail inside of it, and we just don’t have that,” said the mayor. But she added, “We are doing everything that a sanctuary city is doing.”

    Perhaps Kersey will follow-up on this case.

  62. Anounder says:
    @Texas Alt-Right Gamer

    Gibson only gets praised around here and other Dissident Right holdouts for hating Jews. His movies when dealing with historical events are cartoony schlock that are only good for time-wasting.

  63. @RoatanBill

    For some people, incarceration becomes a way of life.

    A couple of years ago, some (Caucasian) guy was let out of prison after serving 18 yrs for armed robbery of a shoe store. The next day, he went to the same store, robbed it, and was arrested again.This guy must have been a habitual offender to get almost 20 yrs for robbing a shoe store (even if he was armed). Like you said, He was probably so used to being in prison that he couldn’t function outside. Like the real-life equivalent of James Whitmore’s character in The Shawshank Redemption.

  64. eah says:
    @Jim in Jersey

    Reading your statement, I’m not really sure what you believe.

    And BTW, if you really want to know what I “believe” (more generally), you can click on my moniker “eah” and see my comment history — that will tell you something; how much I’m not sure.

  65. Sorry, as with most… especially those here… when they suggest I search long and hard for their meaning, the journey is rarely worth its conclusion.

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