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The greatest source of fear is the unknown. Few things are more terrifying than an arbitrary justice system. That’s what we face in America today.

A jury convicted Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael, and William “Roddy” Bryan of federal hate crimes against the late Ahmaud Arbery. This may seem redundant because they were already facing life without parole after a state court’s judgment, but he federal government pressed on anyway, initially offering a plea deal that the Arbery family successfully lobbied against.

The family thought the deal was too lenient because it allowed the defendants to go to federal prison. Wanda Cooper-Jones, Arbery’s mother, said federal prosecutors “ignored my cry.” The Arbery family apparently thinks federal prison is better than state prison. They might be wrong about this, but it doesn’t matter. The family’s vengefulness got results. It’s rare for prosecutors and a victim’s family to disagree going into a trial.

The late Mr. Arbery’s mother has also sued former Glynn County District Attorney Jackie Johnson and many other law enforcement officials last year. Miss Johnson is already facing charges of violation of office and obstruction. She lost reelection because of the Arbery case.

November 19, 2021, Brunswick, GA: Wanda Cooper-Jones, mother of Ahmaud Arbery, center, addresses more than 500 black pastors and supporters gathered outside the Glynn County Courthouse. (Credit Image: © Richard Ellis / ZUMA Press Wire)
November 19, 2021, Brunswick, GA: Wanda Cooper-Jones, mother of Ahmaud Arbery, center, addresses more than 500 black pastors and supporters gathered outside the Glynn County Courthouse. (Credit Image: © Richard Ellis / ZUMA Press Wire)

Travis McMichael had worked in her office, and she allegedly advised an outside prosecutor not to bring charges before she recused herself. That outside prosecutor, District Attorney George Barnhill, also had to recuse himself because his son worked with one of the defendant’s sons. Before he did that, he wrote a letter/report to the police that said “Arbery initiated the fight” and so Travis McMichael “was allowed the use of deadly force to protect himself.” While writing the report may have been a mistake, it was a reasonable analysis backed with strong supporting evidence.

It’s hardly surprising that someone who once worked in the prosecutor’s office knew staffers. Yet even if we concede impropriety, it’s hard to believe prosecutors weren’t persuaded by the video that no crime was committed. William Bryan, who took the video, gave it to police no doubt because he thought it exonerated his two neighbors. A lawyer who consulted with the defendants leaked the video because he thought it would tamp down on wild rumors.

Mr. Bryan cooperated. For his trouble, he quickly went from losing his job and facing threats to being charged himself. His lawyer said at the time that the “only thing” that had changed were the “political winds.”

The prosecution came when “Mr. Arbery’s family and activists zeroed in on Mr. Bryan, urging authorities to charge him.” The initial investigator’s findings were tossed because his son once worked alongside one of the suspects, and the New York Times wrote about the local police department’s “troubling history.” Mr. Arbery’s lawyer said “that’s small-town America” and cited law enforcement’s “very tight-knit community” as a possible problem.

Location of Ahmaud Arbery shooting (Credit Image: LittleT889 via Wikimedia)
Location of Ahmaud Arbery shooting (Credit Image: LittleT889 via Wikimedia)

Mr. Bryan couldn’t have imagined a court would use the video to convict him of murder. It would have been even more unbelievable to expect the prosecutor to face charges. District Attorney Barnhill is probably nervous that he’ll be next. He’ll be lucky to escape with just the ruin of his career. These white men who trusted in the system seem bafflingly naïve.

Miss Cooper-Jones’s lawsuit names Mr. Barnhill, Miss Johnson, Mr. Bryan, the McMichaels, the police chief, and unnamed (“John Doe”) police officers. It alleges that police officers, the police chief, and two prosecutors “conspired to hide the circumstances surrounding Ahmaud’s death and to protect the men who murdered him.”

Whatever you think of that claim, there’s no arguing with the next sentences:

And none of this would have been discovered but for video footage leaked to the media, which showed the horrific and brutal murder of Ahmaud. Two days after the video was released to the public and drew national attention and outrage, law enforcement finally arrested Defendants Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael, and William Bryan for murder.

The New York Times also credited media attention with changing the investigation, saying:

Within days, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation had taken over the case. The video was criticized by celebrities and politicians alike, including President Trump, who called the footage “very, very disturbing,” and former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, who said Mr. Arbery had essentially been “lynched before our very eyes.”

The admission that this case became a major scandal because of media coverage doesn’t prove the verdicts were just. It suggests the opposite. If “lynching” refers to mob prejudice overriding an objective legal process, it was the McMichaels and Mr. Bryan who were lynched.

Protestors hold signs during the Wall of Prayer gathering of more than 500 black pastors and supporters outside the Glynn County Courthouse November 18, 2021 in Brunswick, Georgia. (Credit Image: © Richard Ellis / Planet Pix via ZUMA Press Wire)
Protestors hold signs during the Wall of Prayer gathering of more than 500 black pastors and supporters outside the Glynn County Courthouse November 18, 2021 in Brunswick, Georgia. (Credit Image: © Richard Ellis / Planet Pix via ZUMA Press Wire)

The hate-crime trial was, if anything, more horrifying than the verdict in state court. That first trial was bad enough. Jared Taylor noted that “Travis McMichael does not fire until Arbery appears to run right into him and tries to take his shotgun.” While it appears to me that Travis McMichael acted in self-defense, I can at least imagine that someone might disagree. However, in the hate-crime trial, the defendants weren’t tried for what they did, but for what they said and supposedly believed.

Reuters bluntly states “Ahmaud Arbery’s family fought for a trial that made racism central to his murder.” Evidence included “racist and sometimes violent content from the defendants’ digital footprints,” notably the use of racial slurs. The defense argued that racism wasn’t core to the defendant’s actions; the defendants pursued Mr. Arbery because they suspected he was a thief. Travis McMichael’s lawyer said that “this [would] have happened to a white guy.” The defendants’ supposed support for “vigilantism,” portrayed by the prosecution as evidence of wrongdoing, actually suggests that stopping crime was their motive. Indelicate language spread over a period of years tells us very little about what Travis McMichael felt before he fired at Arbery. In the immediate aftermath, he appears heartbroken and shaken, not triumphant.

Travis McMichael (Credit Image: © Glynn County Detention Center / ZUMA Press Wire)
Travis McMichael (Credit Image: © Glynn County Detention Center / ZUMA Press Wire)

The “hate crime” trial became an exercise in mind-reading, one especially obscene because it had little to do with the defendants’ mindset at the time. Instead, the case focused on proving that the defendants’ had socially inappropriate views about race. At the same time, in the state trial, Mr. Arbery’s own criminal past was ruled irrelevant. “He was at a crossroads, his life stretching out before him, his troubles largely behind him,” began a hagiographic article from ABC about the trial. This purple prose tells us nothing about what happened. Instead, it makes it seem as though Mr. Arbery had little agency. Legal troubles simply “bogged him down,” deviations from a “bottomless reservoir of kindness.” The defendants get no such sympathy

According to the Republican-controlled Georgia legislature, Mr. Arbery deserves an annual holiday every February 23 to “honor one of its most distinguished citizens.” Arbery’s history of mental illness, shoplifting convictions, trespassing at a construction site and even his reputation among store owners as “the jogger” who would steal goods and run away were all not allowed in the trial. All of this seems more relevant than what the defendants thought about blacks. It is akin to black murder victim Stephen Lawrence’s mother being made a Baroness with a seat in the House of Lords in the United Kingdom. Mr. Arbery’s value is not in anything he accomplished, but as an insult to whites.

The modern Black Lives Matter movement arguably began with the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman trial in 2012. A jury acquitted Mr. Zimmerman. However, even in that case, the Department of Justice extensively investigated George Zimmerman’s racial views to see if he violated Trayvon Martin’s “civil rights.” Though it found nothing, a similar investigation could end differently today, as what is considered “racist” has transformed dramatically in between the Obama Administration and 2015–2016 Great Awokening.

Social pressures have also changed. Mr. Zimmerman received a fair trial because the jury was sequestered. In contrast, in the Arbery trial, the New Black Panther Party was allowed to parade outside the courthouse, Wanda Cooper-Jones’s lawyer arguably taught people how to manipulate jury selection, and black activists including Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson sat in the courtroom. At least one potential juror in the Arbery case expressed fear about serving on the jury. Let’s not forget NBC followed a jury van in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, presumably to dox jurors.

The New Black Panther Party protesting outside the courthouse on November 22, 2021 (Credit Image: Jud McCranie via Wikimedia)
The New Black Panther Party protesting outside the courthouse on November 22, 2021 (Credit Image: Jud McCranie via Wikimedia)

In March, Jared Taylor said that it was “impossible” that Derek Chauvin would get a “fair shake.” “The media already found him guilty, and the country erupted in violence,” he said. “All the jurors know that if they vote to acquit, there will be more rioting. Probably worse than before.” A court just convicted Derek Chauvin’s junior partners, Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng, and Thomas Lane, of denying George Floyd’s civil rights. Two of the three officers are non-white, and Tou Thao wasn’t even dealing with Floyd, but merely keeping the crowd back. This didn’t matter. A state trial for allegedly aiding and abetting murder and manslaughter is still to come. Based on this and the Arbery precedent, we see that if you are even marginally involved in a racial controversy, you could face strict legal penalties, even charges of murder.

In the current environment, a defendant’s social-media history can be used as evidence in a hate-crime trial. In James Fields’s trial from the 2017 Unite The Right rally, his social media comments and even discussions with his mother arguably led to his conviction. The situation itself was chaotic, but his racial views were clear. The Independent summarized his character as a “hate filled man.” It’s quite a contrast to ABC’s description of Arbery as a man “at a crossroads,” a charitable way of describing his dodgy past.

Hate-crime laws arguably require these exercises in mindreading. They shift the focus away from the alleged crime toward the mindset of the defendant. At the same time, the often-criminal history of black alleged victims is simply ignored. Opposition to anti-white racial discrimination and Black Lives Matter or support for colorblind laws or Republican candidates can be considered “racist.” Given the media’s power to create a narratives, no white person can count on a fair trail. Any violation of America’s ever shifting racial orthodoxy could conceivably be the difference between life imprisonment and freedom. Kyle Rittenhouse faced a situation very similar to Travis McMichael, but he may have been able to escape convictions (and enjoy a career as a conservative icon) simply because his attackers were not black.

What is considered “hateful” also seems to work just one way. Waukesha Massacre suspect Darrell Brooks rapped about his scorn for whites and cut a track sampling Malcolm X before bragging about his AK-47, cursing out President Trump, and threatened to make a “shooting victim” of police. Of course, streets are named after Malcolm X in the United States. Mr. Brooks’s self-described “revolutionary” views are banal and mainstream. Not surprisingly, Mr. Brooks is not facing hate-crime charges. His case has no political importance to our rulers.

Part of the reason why is because there is no white pressure group. The video of the Waukesha Massacre is public and horrifying. Mr. Brooks has a lengthy, unsavory criminal record and is hardly a sympathetic defendant. Nonetheless, while there was sadness over the attack, there is little anger, at least any that is politically useful.

November 23, 2021, Waukesha, Wisconsin: Defendant Darrell Brooks, arrived in court and sat next to his Assistant State Public Defender lawyer Anna Kees. Charged with intentional homicide after driving his maroon SUV through a crowded street commemorating the holiday season, resulting in the deaths of six people ages 8 to 81 and injuring dozens more, on Sunday, November 21, 2021. (Credit Image: © Mark Hoffman – POOL via ZUMA Press Wire)
November 23, 2021, Waukesha, Wisconsin: Defendant Darrell Brooks, arrived in court and sat next to his Assistant State Public Defender lawyer Anna Kees. Charged with intentional homicide after driving his maroon SUV through a crowded street commemorating the holiday season, resulting in the deaths of six people ages 8 to 81 and injuring dozens more, on Sunday, November 21, 2021. (Credit Image: © Mark Hoffman – POOL via ZUMA Press Wire)

While blacks hound white defendants, many whites showily forgive blacks who murder their family members. A classic case was Amy Biehl’s parents not only forgiving their daughter’s killers but even employing one of them. While national media celebrated the Arbery family’s vengeance, The Guardian covered the case of white stabbing victim Adam Towler, who told his black attacker that he wasn’t even “upset or angry” with him, and that he wasn’t owed an apology.

A white victim who blasted black crime would face hostile media if not charges of his own, at least in some countries. White college student Mollie Tibbetts was a victim of brainwashing and a killer. Nonetheless, her father turned his daughter’s eulogy into a tribute to Iowa’s Hispanics, who have “better food” than whites. These cringing displays reflect something empty and lifeless, as if these family members and victims put the opinions of journalists above all other considerations.

This tendency shouldn’t be overstated. For example, Cannon Hinnant was a white five-year old allegedly murdered by Darius Sessoms in cold blood. His mother wants the death penalty for her son’s killer. However, she’s also taken care to say that it is not a race issue. Forbes dismissed the case as a “conservative controversy about race.” Even in a case like that of young Cannon, a grieving mother bringing race into the case might meet with more outrage than the actual murder.

Whites may think they don’t need to worry about this. Black crime has increased since the Black Lives Matter movement took off. Blacks themselves have paid the greatest cost but one it seems they are willing to pay. Black lives matter only when they are taken by whites. Otherwise, “the community” seems relatively indifferent.

What blacks gain is a legal advantage over every white person. Any racial confrontation could spell doom for whites. Anything white suspects say, write, or read could be used against them. The rules do not apply to blacks. What’s more, the key factor that decides whether a white-on-black case becomes a national controversy or not seems to be whether the media finds out. We are trapped under an arbitrary system that has more to do with sensationalism and mob incitement than any objective standard of justice.

The answer is simple and yet difficult. If whites don’t want to live under a legal code more arbitrary and Kafkaesque than anything King George III offered, we need to organize collectively. It would be best to eliminate hate crimes entirely and so remove this mind-reading element from the law. Failing that, black hatred against whites expressed in speech, writing, and what we’ll charitably call music should be considered evidence for hate-crime charges. Faking hate crimes should also be considered a hate crime in itself. It’s a libel against whites designed to promote racial grievance. Whites must also act differently. We should regard a crime against one as a crime against all, as blacks do.

Yet all of that brings us back to the same starting point. We need white identity. The legal system considers whites a special class. We are discriminated against in law. We are subject to double standards. According to those with power, we are a people, whether we want to be or not. In Sam Francis’s formulation, we exist objectively as a people recognized by the state, but not subjectively because we don’t recognize ourselves.

Until we do, and until we organize for our interests, every white person in a racial encounter faces a Sword of Damocles. Any viral story could spell doom, regardless of the facts of the case. While some white Republicans have declared Ahmaud Arbery a hero, few will express sympathy for white children murdered in the vilest ways, even though such crimes are arguably encouraged by our culture’s anti-white bias.

I don’t pretend that getting whites to take their own side will be easy. Until it happens, don’t be trapped by your naiveté and good will under this hostile system. Don’t trust the system to look after your rights and don’t expect evidence — even a video — to save you. Understand that if you are white, you have less privilege than your non-white fellow citizens. The System may still railroad you, but you don’t have to make it easy for them. I’m sure Mr. Bryan wishes he knew that before he gave his video to the police.

(Republished from American Renaissance by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. The problem with all of these cases is the judges failing to rein in the prosecution narrative, and incorrectly charging the jury. The prosecution narrative is a theory. There was exactly zero evidence that this was a “hate crime”. Evidence is physical, whether documentation, photo or other, not testimonial. Every single facet of the prosecution’s case was theory not backed by documentation. a proper charge to the jury, including what Georgia l]Law was, would have stopped the prosecution case in its tracks. The prosecution argument that the law was ambiguous was ridiculous. Law 101 is every word in a legal document has a meaning, and the meaning of that word has to be consistent throughout the document. The judge caved to the media pressure.

    • Agree: Rich
  2. Atle says:

    These local rednecks are guilty of nothing more than an excessively aggressive defense of their neighborhood, and that’s why the “hate” charges. At the excruciatingly pace of justice, they will necessarily be found not guilty, and there will have to be manufactured another pretext for their repression.

    • Replies: @Dona
  3. Darkwing says:

    No matter what, judges will rule in favor of the blacks just to not have a riot.

    • Agree: Bernie, europeasant, bruce county
    • Replies: @USA1943
  4. TTSSYF says:

    The modern Black Lives Matter movement arguably began with the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman trial in 2012.

    This may have been the beginning of the modern BLM movement, but I would say its seeds date back to the O.J. Simpson trial, when F. Lee Bailey was able to dismiss Mark Furman’s testimony because he allegedly used the “n” word several years earlier (no matter that Furman had said it as part of a script). The O.J. verdict and reaction of blacks to it nationwide was when I stopped holding out any hope of race relations ever improving, and New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina sealed the deal (and prompted me to make several life-changing decisions).

    • Agree: PJ London
    • Replies: @RickMcHale
    , @Che Guava
  5. BLM has to be the biggest driver of anti black hatred, right?

    • Replies: @Anon
  6. KenH says:

    Travis McMichael’s lawyer said that “this [would] have happened to a white guy.”

    Yes they would have and if Arbery was white we never would have heard of this case and the McMichaels and Roddy Bryan never would have been charged. As another poster remarked a few months ago in white on white incidents the legal system works as normal with little media fanfare.

    The three white men were convicted in the federal civil rights trial simply of committing wrongthink and holding racial views deemed heterodox by the Jewish and negro occupation government. Some of the indiscreet comments were made years in the past but there is no statute of limitations on “racist speech” by white people. Federal prosecutors made the jury hate these men to win a conviction which is more befitting of a communist legal system than Anglo-Saxon jurisprudence.

    George Barnhill’s comprehensive report proved that the McMichaels and Roddy Bryan violated no laws. If we lived in a free country with an honest media things would have ended there. Instead Brian Kemp and his AG decided to deliver the scalps of three innocent white men to the baying black mobs.

    • Agree: bruce county
  7. anarchyst says:

    One must observe the (defective) pathology of the negro in order to understand his actions.
    Just as animals are observed by scientists in their natural habitat, the subhuman “porch monkeys” and “pavement apes” must also be observed in their natural habitat in order to document their defective pathological behavior.
    Arbery could have run off in any direction and have easily evaded questioning by the neighborhood residents who were defending their property. Don’t forget that Arbery was on their turf…if it had been the other way around and the Satilla three were on Arbery’s turf, and if they were put in harms way, nothing would have been noticed.
    Arbery’s perception of being “disrespected” while executing his “stock in trade” (criminal trespassing and theft) which is common among his type was enough for him to rush the man with the weapon and “demand” that he be “respected”. THAT was his fatal mistake.
    The Satilla three should mount a vigorous appeal both for the “double jeopardy” and “prosecutor shopping” that took place as well as the tainted jury, biased judge and “outsiders” (blm, etc.) who threatened the whole judicial system if the “correct verdict” was not rendered.
    Once the original prosecutor declared the Satilla three to be non-chargeable, that should have placed any future prosecution for the same situation off-limits. Such was not the case. This must be looked in to.
    It turns out that the Satilla three still faced federal “hate crime” charges for merely defending their neighborhood. Of course, they were recently found “guilty” as well.
    Only one good thing came out of all of this–Arbery will not be casing any construction sites for future acquisitions.
    Three decent white men’s lives have been destroyed.
    Justice? HAH! Not in today’s politically-charged atmosphere where negro criminals are elevated to the status of “sainthood”.

  8. AceDeuce says:

    All of the weaselnuts cuckservatives who think they are funny by commenting cuckboi smartmouth wisecracks like “When Whites are a minority, I guess blacks will have to cater to us for a change, dontchaknow? LOL” need to read and heed this. No, the knigbos won’t be catering to the YT minority, dontchaknow, they are going to do whatever they can to destroy us. It’s already started. We may as well be a minority now. We just go along with it.

    • Replies: @PhilMuhCrevis
  9. Just like George Zimmerman, the McMichaels made the mistake that their racially deteriorating neighborhood was somehow worth fighting for.

    • Replies: @Patrick McNally
  10. Dona says:
    @Atle

    Nooo.. they already called police and were holding him till they got there…then he attacked them..

    • Replies: @PJ London
  11. Meanwhile, in a parallel universe…

    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  12. Kyle Rittenhouse faced a situation very similar to Travis McMichael, but he may have been able to escape convictions (and enjoy a career as a conservative icon) simply because his attackers were not black.

    Actually, one of his attackers (the one who jump-kicked him) was black. Rittenhouse shot at him, but missed. I have no doubt that if he’d hit the guy, the outcome of his trial would have been very different. I sometimes wonder if Rittenhouse had the presence of mind to realize that at the time, and missed on purpose.

    • Agree: Bernie
    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  13. Hollywood puts out caricatures of White racism, and angry blacks accept it as reality.

    It’s long accepted that advertising and propaganda can influence behavior. With low IQ consumers more so.

  14. SafeNow says:

    Once the prom photo of Arbery emerged, the outcome was not in doubt. It received such wide attention because everyone knew it was outcome-determining. Previously, black victims were “aspiring” whatevers. That is, the focus was to look forward. In this case, the focus was to look back; the victim once wore a tux and bowtie, for one night; case closed.

    • Replies: @Smarby
  15. @Rex Little

    I think your conclusion is correct. I can’t think of any other reason, Rittenhouse escaped the fouled up, perverted, U.S. justice system.

  16. @Adam Smith

    The only way to reasonably great the guy that has insulted so many American citizens, so often, is “Let’s go Brandon.” \$ The dollar sign at the end of the comment is no coincidence!

  17. Voltara says:

    I’d like to know who organises the design and illustration of the signs the blacks hold at their protests. It’s obvious they don’t do it themselves

    • Replies: @Annony Mouse
  18. Dr. Doom says:

    The Synagogue of Satan did this. Never forgive or forget.
    The blacks are merely savages. Relics from the Stone Age.

    They are merely reflecting their lack of development.
    They only understand tribe and do not understand the need for rules.

    Their shoplifting is their hunter/gatherer mentality.
    Their murder is merely the savages they are.

    The Zion Pigs have corrupted the courts and the police.
    Remember that for the future. Do not cooperate with the corruption.

    The system NEEDS your support and cooperation.
    Sabotage, subvert and smile. Do not aid your enemies.

    Without your support the Zion Pigs have zippeedy do da NOTHING.
    Help arrange a close relationship between the Zion Pigs and their dark skinned pets.

    I’m sure they will EAT THE RICH.
    Just turn out the lights and make them get together for one last meal.

    • Agree: Bro43rd, europeasant
  19. Legba says:

    It would be pretty to think so

  20. USA1943 says:
    @Darkwing

    Doubt it MANY cases before, THEY KNEW there would be a HUGE riot if the Jury went a certain way, Example Rodney King in 1992 and Arthur McDuffie in 1980.

    • Agree: europeasant
    • Replies: @PhilMuhCrevis
  21. MaxB says:

    A poor article.
    Sometimes you have to know when you are beaten.

    These murdering scum are no friends of anyone of decency.
    They deserve to go down hard.

    And if unz thinks he’s being useful giving this article air then its poor form.

    All the articles about Isreal, banking and the Talmud are excellent and illuminating.

    This is just plain racist junk. I’d rather meet the victim on a dark night than these no-good lowlifes.

  22. @surfside 6

    There is an important difference from the Zimmerman case. The latter happened in a gated community park where Trayvon Martin had been invited by his father Tracy Martin. Although it certainly is allowable for residents of a gated community park to invite guests, the normal rules and regulations have always held that guests should be ready to identify themselves as such to other residents, if need be. When I visited my father in the 1970s at such a park where he was living, he gave me a brief lecture that if residents saw me “don’t try running away, tell them that you’re with me and I’m your father.” In the summer of 2013, we had an incident here in this park where a woman called the police because she saw some strange young people around her house. It turned out that they were grandkids of another resident and had lost a frisbee or ball somewhere. But visitors of this type are expected to be cooperative with residents who demand to know “who are you and what are you doing here?”

    For that reason, George Zimmerman was perfectly correct in wanting to know who this stranger in the park was and what was his business in the park. It’s different in the Arbery case. These chumps were definitely overcharged in a grotesque way, but they did overplay their hand to some degree. Once Arbery had gotten off of that construction site then he was walking in a general public domain. They should have only followed him and made no attempt to go up to him in a confrontation. The fight was obviously started by Arbery, but there was no reason for them to give him a chance to start the fight.

    It’s like when I go off to a restaurant from this gated community park where I reside. As long as I am walking along the highways I am in a public domain. If a cop wants to stop and question me, they can (I’ve had it happen very occasionally). But no one else really has any business asking me what I’m doing walking along the highway. On the other hand, there are several other community parks along the route which I pass by when walking on the highway. If I were to suddenly decide to go strolling into one of these parks, then the residents would be entitled to want to know what my presence is there for. If I tried to evade the question, then they could call the police and characterize me as an intruder. But I’m not an intruder when I just stroll along the highway.

    • Replies: @beavertales
  23. Blacks themselves have paid the greatest cost but one it seems they are willing to pay

    I’ve always suspected that blacks would be happy to see 95% of all blacks die and the rest live in squalor for the rest of history, if it meant that 100% of all whites died in the process.

    I can’t say I don’t understand them. I figure I’d rather live in abject poverty myself, rather than live like a Nigerian prince under the boot of a foreign tribe.

    Of course, that would never happen, would it?

    • Replies: @anon
    , @Sasu
  24. anon[125] • Disclaimer says:
    @Felix Krull

    you gotta admire this kind of primal instinct, even among subhuman niggers. if only whites had the same attitude to niggers and jews….

  25. Anon[369] • Disclaimer says:
    @Patrick Gibbs

    BLM has to be the biggest driver of anti black hatred, right?

    That is correct because the more hatred the more donations and the more donations the more money to be ripped off.

    While Ahmaud’s mother can barely afford a blond wig for her propaganda meetings with the press, the big wigs (no pun intended) are shopping for expensive real estate……………in white areas. LOL

    Mr Crump, Al, Jesse and the other hustlers live well in high end areas while the family of black “victims” of white crime do battle in the slums.

    Blacks murdering blacks and BLM ripping off other blacks make God laugh ! That race is self destructive and whites dont need to do one thing but sit back and let them destroy themselves.

    A friend told me a giggle story a few days ago. There is a single black store on the outskirts of his predominantly white area. Since it opened some 20 years ago only whites have shopped there and supported the store all through Covid. The owners put up a big BLM placard which aroused some mirth in the area. Recently, my friend, stopping to make a purchase saw the strip mall swarming with Police. The store had just been robbed by guess which race.

    The big BLM sign has since disappeared from the front door! LOL.

    • Replies: @Lancelot_Link
  26. @MaxB

    Cockmaud Pooberry shot himself. After casing the neighborhood repeatedly he was chased down to be questioned. Then by pulling on a shotgun in a “total wipe” he made the mechanism operate with the business end pointed at himself!

    How many times do whites or other outsiders come to grief in ‘da hood? What about the countless examples of the knockout game, 99% of which are done by blacks?

  27. @Curmudgeon

    All true. Disgusting as well, as the truth frequently is. These men have been railroaded by a corrupt judicial system. Feelings now pass for evidence. Ideology is more important than the facts of reality. Ours is not a sick country. Our country is insane.

  28. @TTSSYF

    The celebration, in all its twisted, violent deviancy, was also my turning point in abandoning black America to it’s own misfortunes. These people are irredeemable and I no longer care what happens to any of them except the small percentage of ‘good’ ones. Simpson is a murdering savage. To celebrate his incomprehensible acquital, as if your team won the Superbowl, is a lasting indictment of exactly where their ‘community’ stands on the standards of Western Civilization. They are Africans who travel among us with beliefs foreign to our ancestral traditions. I trust none of them.

    • Replies: @Howard Smersh
  29. @Anon

    A local restaurant opened up a while back where I live. They put up a Black Lives Murder sign and I never ate there. They closed with little to no fanfare and I think it’s funny.

    I wouldn’t spend money at a place which advertised such politics but I would probably go in to waste their time or to knock something over.

    • Replies: @Mustapha Mond
  30. @Patrick McNally

    “The fight was obviously started by Arbery, but there was no reason for them (the McMichael’s) to give him a chance to start the fight.”

    The McMichael’s deserve more credit. They had just as much right to use the public roads as Arbery did. Travis McMichael’s words were, “we just want to talk to you”. He was armed, but was doing nothing wrong. No law was being broken.

    Arbery could have just blown them off and kept jogging, all the way back to the house he was staying at. He could have called the police to say he was being harassed by men in a truck, but we know he would not do that because he was a known thief with a criminal record doing suspect things.

    It sucked to be Arbery at that moment, but he chose to escalate and put the McMichael’s in mortal danger. He had other options.

    • Agree: Lancelot_Link
    • Replies: @Patrick McNally
  31. Rich says:

    How did the guy with the camera kill him? How does filming an incident get someone life in prison? This might be the worst conviction I’ve ever seen. The Whites on that jury might have feared retribution from the mob, they might have been virtue signaling, they might have been dimwitted enough to fall for the prosecution’s nonsense, but the main thing they’ve accomplished is to put themselves, their families and their fellow White skinned neighbors in a precarious situation. In Georgia. With a 33% black population. Not going to end well. You guys might want to move to Alabama, it’s “only” 26% black.

    • Agree: europeasant
    • Replies: @Happy Tapir
  32. Che Guava says:
    @TTSSYF

    The Katrina aftermath and the shifting phases of lies by the U.S. media were very enlghtening.

    On Japanese TV, we had a few days of coverage of big crowds of blacks looting as hard as they could.

    Then the U.S. media decided they had to put a stop to this ‘false impression’ and managed to find one or two videos of individual white looters, which the U.S. media assured us proved that the looting was multi-racial. Our TV dutifully replayed the one or two videos of the type for 48 or so hours.

    Then there were the threatened tourist evacuees at the something-Dome, and reports of much other abysmal behaviour there.

    The accounts of the tourists were printed in Japanese newspapers, the other points I read in English, including much B on B predation.

    Response of the U.S. media?

    Naah, none of it ever happened, only supply fuckups by pols we don’t like, otherwise it was a kinda paradise.   

    That level of falsity is insane. I hope that somebody who lives or lived there has written a true account, and analysis of media lies.

    • Replies: @dindunuffins
    , @TTSSYF
  33. @Rich

    Agree. The filmer of the incident mr Bryan had also called police, so he did everything he legally could have in the situation to avoid culpability. The only thing he could have done to possibly avoid prosecution would have been not to have been involved in any way. His involvement was only to create a documentary record of the confrontation, which obviously exonerates the mcmichaels. If the defendants had behaved poorly, would this detail had made me Bryan culpable? I don’t know.

  34. Katrinka says:

    https://givesendgo.com/McMichaeldefense/donate

    If you find the outcome of the trial to be outrageous, consider making a donation to the McMichael legal appeal fund.

  35. usNthem says:

    Old lady cooper-jones (there it is again – different last names) hit the big time trifecta. She got rid of a worthless, no account sprog, figuratively, if not literally, lynched three White men, and will cash in monetarily to boot.

    • Replies: @Anon
  36. I’ll be there aren’t many readers who will know the name Kriss Donald. He was a 15-year-old Scottish schoolboy who was kidnapped by 5 Pakistani men. They drove 200 miles looking for a house to take him to and kill but when unsuccessful, they took him to a footpath where they all beat him.
    3 of the men held him down while another stabbed him 13 times. While still alive, they poured a gallon of petrol over him and set him alight. The story was very underreported as the killing was acknowledged to be racially motivated. It was just in the wrong way. The media were not that interested in making a white boy a saint. The BBC eventually apologized for not giving it the attention such a case should have had. Everybody in the United Kingdom has heard of Stephen Lawrence, yet very few will have heard of this poor boy. His mother was never made a Baroness and feted in political circles.

    • Thanks: CelestiaQuesta, AceDeuce
  37. “Mr. Arbery’s value is not in anything he accomplished, but as an insult to whites.”

    And that’s exactly what the Cabal wants in order to keep their stranglehold on America!

  38. “Part of the reason why is because there is no white pressure group”

    White people for the most part act as individuals. Black people almost always act as a group. Itz been that way since I was in high school, army, work etc. There are many reasons for this phenomenon. We have been brainwashed by our leaders. Even Trump who was elected by White people doesn’t understand this, or maybe he does and he is just acting in his own behalf for business reasons. If Trump is the best we have then we are in serious trouble. BTW I voted for Trump in 2016 and 2020 and even attended one of his rallies that was broken up by a coalition of Blacks, Hispanics, middle Eastern people and White commies. We are alone.

    The White population of Georgia is dropping fast. Since 2010 they have lost 6 % and itz going to get worse as blacks think that Atlanta and the state of Georgia will be their land soon enough. Georgia will soon be finished except for a few hold out White areas.

    The lesson from all this is; Don’t interact with the Negro. If something goes wrong with the interaction then society and laws will be against you.

    • Agree: CelestiaQuesta
    • Replies: @Katrinka
    , @TTSSYF
  39. @Lancelot_Link

    The only BLM I care about:

    Bureau of Land Management!

    However, the real reason I replied is to say what an “LOL!!” I got from your very last line:

    “I wouldn’t spend money at a place which advertised such politics but I would probably go in to waste their time or to knock something over.”

    I especially busted up at the “… or to knock something over.” That still makes me giggle. Very funny!

    (Almost as much as I giggle remembering my older brother unscrewing the ketchup, salt and sugar dispenser tops at my folks’ fave smorgasbord, until my Dad caught him and kicked his ass royal when we got home. Those were the days……… ) 🙂

    • Thanks: Lancelot_Link
  40. Agent76 says:

    Apr 21, 2021 181 Black people killed by the police since George Floyd’s murder

    181 Black people have been killed by the police in the US since George Floyd’s murder in May 2020, according to data by Mapping Police Violence.

    Oct 30, 2020 Say Their Names’ Cemetery Memorializes Black Americans Killed By Police

    A block away from where George Floyd was killed in Minneapolis, two college graduates created the “Say Their Names” cemetery of more than 100 headstones to honor Black lives cut short by police brutality. It was intended to be displayed for one weekend but has now been up for more than four months. The community hopes to make it a permanent installation.

  41. PJ London says:
    @Dona

    Their crime was “Stupidity” and “arrogance”.
    They had no authority to ‘hold him till the police come’, none.
    Even if he had an article from the site, they would have had no authority to ‘hold’ or to even accost him.
    The fact that he was black makes their stupidity even greater.
    This is not Mississippi 1950, when they white got the benefit of any doubt, it is 2020 when Blacks are untouchable in law.
    Unless someone is on your property with your goods in his hands, ‘mind your own business’.
    Nothing good can come from putting your nose into anyone else’s problems or issues.
    You have no civic responsibility only lawyers out to screw every cent from you.
    A trained medic in New York ( a visitor from overseas) saw a man drop from what was obviously a heart attack and knelt to help him. He woke in a police cell and only the fact that his passport showed he was foreign and had arrived mere days before, saved him from being charged with the guys death and attempted murder. Police sergeant : “If you see someone fall, step over him. Nothing to do with you.” This was 1968 and it has gotten worse ever since.
    Mind your own business.

    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
  42. @AceDeuce

    All of the weaselnuts cuckservatives who think they are funny by commenting cuckboi smartmouth wisecracks like “When Whites are a minority, I guess blacks will have to cater to us for a change, dontchaknow? LOL”

    A person that would say something like this (believing it true) isn’t a conservative and is clearly an idiot. Maybe you’re not recognizing the sarcasm in such a silly comment.

    I’ve never even heard a liberal say something this idiotic, as most of even them with more than 3 brain cells knows what’s in store for our race’s future. The only hope is nig-grows piss off enough Hispanics to cause them to deal with their stupidity as we’re banned from such behavior.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
  43. @USA1943

    Doubt it MANY cases before, THEY KNEW there would be a HUGE riot if the Jury went a certain way, Example Rodney King in 1992 and Arthur McDuffie in 1980.

    Wow.. 30 and 42 years ago respectively.. It’s hard to imagine someone not realizing how different things are in the US from a race perspective more than 30 years ago. Hell, one of these things can say you called them the N word and get acquitted for aggravated assault today.. If you’re white, go out and randomly beat the shit out of some nig-grow and accuse them of calling you a honkey and see how that works out. If Rittenhouse had shot even one savage that night, even if it survived he’d be rotting in a jail cell right now with a maximum allowable sentence. Even though the media is not reporting it these jurors are scared shitless at these trials knowing the possibilities of what could happen to themselves or their families if they don’t convict in these cases, not to mention the worries of their communities being looted and burned.

  44. @Curmudgeon

    We are where we are because of (((Civil Rights))) laws which were funded and promoted by jewish activists. Until we form a political party for Whites only we will continue to suffer under jewish tyranny…

    • Agree: Katrinka
  45. How many white mothers and fathers receive the same justice as do black hoodrats like Armed Robbery and BLM gangsta muthaz, fathaz, bruthaz an sistaz, who like rabid apes can’t refrain from throwing chit at walls and unable to comply with a simple request to summit and obey when confronted by law enforcement?

    Blacks, wiggers and JewNiggaz always counter attack claiming “we’re in this together”. No we are not.

    Whites have suffered enough of black aspiring gangsta rap culture now permeating every lifestyle like a virus across the globe, funded and promoted by Hollywood’s GlobalHomo JewMedia machine.

    May the next Holocaust and Apartheid State be a black one located far from whites somewhere in Africa.
    Hallelujah hallelujah thank black Jesus hallelujah……

  46. @PJ London

    You’ve become part of the problem when you make excuses for gangsta hoodrats.

    Now take a knee to yo black Masta cracka boy.

  47. TTSSYF says:
    @Che Guava

    I’ll never forget the images of blacks celebrating across the nation after the O.J. verdict, just as I won’t ever forget the looting, murder, and mayhem following the Rodney King verdict (who can forget “Football” Williams dropping a concrete block on the head of the truck driver (Reginald Denny?) who just happened to be at the wrong intersection at the wrong time and was already on the ground, helpless. But the O.J. Simpson verdict was the final straw. After months of testimony (granted, too long), the not guilty verdict was returned in just over two hours of “deliberation.” As one black guy said, when interviewed about it on the street: “We had an opportunity for greatness, and we blew it.” Yes, they did. At least, with me.

    • Replies: @Che Guava
  48. @dindunuffins

    That’s one of the great survivor stories of whites caught in NiggaLand. You never want to be in a Nigga Hoodrat city when SHTF. Stay far away as possible and prepare to shot to kill, that’s the only way you will survive.
    Thanks for sharing.

  49. Bo Bo says:

    Five people were killed and more than 40 others were injured Nov 2021 when Darrell Brooks, a Black man, drove his S.U.V. through the Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin. He apparently faces five counts of first-degree intentional homicide. What an astounding crime !!! His story has TOTALLY disappeared from the news. I wonder why?

  50. When a White gives a black a funny look, it’s a crime against humanity. When a black runs over a dozen Whites, it’s too bad.

    • Replies: @Bo Bo
    , @anon
  51. @beavertales

    Yes, Arbery could have just kept jogging and the main fault was his. But walking up to someone when you’re visibly carrying a gun while saying “I just want to talk” is not a good idea. Unless you’re an on-duty who is authorized to arrest someone, it’s better to avoid those situations. Either keep the weapon concealed or stay in your vehicle while following him. Their actions were dumb, they no more than a possible charge of manslaughter should ever have been entertained by the court. This was a gross overcharging. But Zimmerman had a better rationale. With Zimmerman it was just a fact that Martin was a non-resident walking in a gated community park, unaccompanied by any resident.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  52. anarchyst says:
    @Patrick McNally

    You are wrong.
    Arbery walked up to the man with the shotgun, NOT the other way around.
    Arbery attacked the man with the shotgun as he felt “disrespected”.
    “Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.”
    Arbery’s “dirt nap” is a plus for civilized society.

    • Replies: @Patrick McNally
  53. Smarby says:
    @SafeNow

    If you remember, they tried the “aspiring X” bit with Arbery too. After the Ben Crump lie of “he was shot for jogging while black in a white neighborhood” was exposed by the security footage of him trespassing in the house, the story changed to “he was an aspiring electrician and couldn’t resist stopping by a house under construction to look at the wiring”. They clung to that one so hard that “conservative” pundits like Matt Walsh were talking about how trespassing to explore construction sites is something all men do.

    • Thanks: SafeNow
  54. @RickMcHale

    The [O.J. Simpson] celebration, in all its twisted, violent deviancy, was also my turning point in abandoning black America to its own misfortunes.

    I agree 100%.

  55. Katrinka says:
    @europeasant

    Don’t worry I avoid them like the plague. There are some good black folks out and about, but in my opinion why take a chance?

  56. GeneralRipper [AKA "GKWillie"] says:
    @MaxB

    I’d rather meet the victim on a dark night than these no-good lowlifes.

    I sincerely hope your wish comes true. For you, and your family members.

    It’s always great fun to hear about “anti-racist” clueless Leftist whites and their loved ones, getting the Advanced Tutorial on Negroes.

    With any luck we’ll be reading about you in one of Mr Gividen’s future articles.

    • Agree: Detroit Refugee
  57. anonymous[284] • Disclaimer says:
    @Curmudgeon

    The main problem is that (BLACK) crime has become part of the RACISM/Slavery/CivilRights Industrial Complex\$\$ which is highly profitable for the alleged victims but even proffitable more\$\$ for the LEGAL Cartels..the same that are pushing for Black Reparations/Slavery/Racism\$\$ TAXES…similar to Holocaust Tax/Industry ,,,blacks will never see a penny of those BILLIONS..The post Great Depression .WAR on poverty DESTROYED the Black Socieconomic UPward development,,into the Upper Middle/White/Blue Collar Classes..

  58. Bo Bo says:
    @Henry the 8th and 1/2

    Thanks for the analysis. You must be a federal judge. Have a nice day. Bo Bo

  59. Sasu says:
    @Felix Krull

    I agree with your assessment. It seems that their hatred of whites is greater than any instinct for self-preservation they possess, hence their reticence to protest being replaced by third world latinos in the workplace or elsewhere. To their way of thinking, white people are being hurt the most by immigration and that is all that matters. I think many of them are just as susceptible to PC rot as whites are, particularly if it is of the anti-white variety. I remember reading an article about entitled latino kids walking out of some marginal school because one of the many demands for amnesty was not being met. It quoted a black student who said that “they got to get their freedom too.” I have heard similar sentiments from blacks, though I did know a few who were unhappy about mass immigration. Our occupied government and institutions have worked overtime to sell the idea to blacks that hispanics share their victimhood. Meanwhile hispanics poach black culture while having contempt for black people.

  60. TTSSYF says:
    @europeasant

    The lesson from all this is; Don’t interact with the Negro. If something goes wrong with the interaction then society and laws will be against you.

    That is so true. Best to avoid any possibility of losing your freedom or maybe even your life by an interaction that goes wrong. Unequal treatment under the law is destroying this country.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  61. anon[689] • Disclaimer says:
    @Henry the 8th and 1/2

    When a White gives a black a funny look, it’s a crime against humanity. When a black runs over a dozen Whites, it’s too bad.

    He did not run over a dozen whites. They were run over by an SUV. The press said so and hence it must be accurate.

    That is why we have heard nothing about the trial !!

    • Replies: @Bombercommand
  62. Anon[689] • Disclaimer says:
    @usNthem

    Old lady cooper-jones (there it is again – different last names) hit the big time trifecta. She got rid of a worthless, no account sprog, figuratively, if not literally, lynched three White men, and will cash in monetarily to boot.

    Well she has nothing to get from BLM. Those contributions have already been robbed by the BLM executive.

    Crump, Reverend Al and other assorted race hustlers will take their piece of other settlements. Family members will also want some. Whatever is left over will be spent on luxury cars and bling a ling.

    Within a year or so Cooper will be in the Pooper, broke and hand to mouth again. That is the way it is with blacks, no matter how much you give them, they love being on the bottom rung of the ladder.

    • Agree: usNthem
  63. @anarchyst

    Like I said, he should have stayed in the vehicle. There was no reason to be walking out there where Arbery could come up to him. It’s not like they had the authority to arrest Arbery. Whatever may seem suspicious about him walking around the construction site, he had not committed any definite crime yet and so a citizen’s arrest was not in the cards. It was just a matter of them calling the police because they thought he looked suspicions. Perfectly legitimate thing to do, but no reason to get out of the car. It was just dumb. Not criminal, but stupid.

    • Disagree: anarchyst
  64. @anon

    Darrell Brooks’ trial has not yet occured. He pleaded “not guilty” to 77 counts including 6 charges of 1st degree murder. His, duty counsel, lawyer has asked for a change of venue and a change of judge. Darrell Brooks will be convicted and the anti-White media will do its best to ignore it. Of course no “hate crime” charges or President Brandon shooting his mouth off…If any “analysis” is done Darrell Brooks’ crime will be blamed on “white supremacy”.

    • Replies: @Anon
  65. anarchyst says:
    @TTSSYF

    I learned that lesson many decades ago…
    During the “civil-rights” (for some) “push”, I observed for myself the double standards and the inability for blacks to “behave themselves” and subscribe to normal (white) societal norms.
    The old-time segregationists were right. Hell, even Thomas Jefferson KNEW that “africanus porchmonkeyus” would not be able to function in normal (white) societies and should be either repatriated to the African continent or be strictly segregated OUT of normal (white) societies.
    There are those who say (mostly bleeding heart liberals who live as far away from (((them))) as possible and even many conservatives) that “there are good blacks out there and it is unfair to blacks to segregate (((them))) or treat them harshly”…to which I totally disagree.
    Blacks drag down every society that they are permitted to participate in…I can remember in the 1960s when “black power” was all the rage. Blacks were given functioning urban areas and succeeded in destroying them…every last one.
    I have become so disgusted with the marginalization of whites, blm, antifa, naacp, adl, \$plc, and other white-hating organizations and blacks themselves that I DON’T CARE WHAT HAPPENS TO THEM. IF (((THEY))) WANT TO KILL EACH OTHER, LET THEM GO AT IT.
    Of course, it would be remiss to fail to name “the man behind the curtain”, the jew “civil-rights (for some)” handlers and masters of their pet blacks…

  66. Smarby says:
    @MaxB

    This is just plain racist junk. I’d rather meet the victim on a dark night than these no-good lowlifes.

    You can take a walk in Zone 4 right now and meet a bunch of guys just like Ahmaud. He wasn’t at all unique.

    • Replies: @Detroit Refugee
  67. @Smarby

    Come up here. I’ll drop you off at Greektown Casino. There’s a vibrant nightlife Friday and Saturday nights. You’ll meet lottsa guys just like the victim.

  68. Anon[689] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bombercommand

    Well the Darrel Brooks crime was caused by white supremacy infiltrating the computer system of his SUV. Systemic racism !!??

    If this were a case of a white man running over a bunch of darkies, trial or no trial having yet occurred, we would have gotten a minute by minute commentary, every day,from every MSM and You Tube hack.

    These days a person has to be super aware when these animals are around. They act on impulse. A thinking man would shrink from an action that would see him locked away in a cage for life.

    However, these people dont think past their nose. By consuming themselves with a senseless hate they destroy others but also themselves and their families. This seems to be a trait of the black man and only the black man. What a race !

  69. Che Guava says:
    @TTSSYF

    Thanks. To me Simpson was a cartoon character in a B-minus SF movie I saw when very young, Capricorn One.

    After that, the comical car chase, of course after he had murdered his stupid wife for cheating on him with a Jewish man, very unjust to the memory of his deceased ex-wife.

    However, she seems to have consistently shown bad taste.

    That doesn’t make the unjust verdict just, but takes it a little further into the land of very dark comedy.

  70. Indeed, this article is sobering because it reveals the disparity of treatment of white and blacks, as perceived by the MSM. Perhaps it is fueled by white guilt, particularly white liberal guilt. This calls to mind an opinion of Malcom X, when he asserted the black race is a snake-bitten race. Malcom was one to never pull punches. He further expanded that through hundreds of years of slavery’s traumas, that when a white person acted without visible prejudice towards a black person, then the motivation for such an action was motivated by racism, as perceived by the black person. I can understand that, as that would be an extremely “hard row to hoe.” However, the past has gone, and is irretrievable because it exists no more. Understandably it is important that justice is extended to all races. However, justice, as with anything else, needs to be based on facts, and not opinions. Opinions as well, should be based on facts, and concrete evidence, otherwise it is all speculative. I am not responsible for what my ancestors may have done to black people. To reiterate that is in the past, doesn’t exist, and it is irretrievable. Let us let dead dogs lie.

  71. AceDeuce says:
    @PhilMuhCrevis

    So we’re “banned” but tacobreaths aren’t? Who’s doing the banning?

    The only hope is nig-grows piss off enough Hispanics to cause them to deal with their stupidity as we’re banned from such behavior.

    If you need to rely on stronger men to save what you have, you don’t deserve what you have. They do.

    • Replies: @PhilMuhCrevis
  72. flitetym says:

    “Plessy v. Ferguson” was the resolution in 1896, and it shows the way forward in 2022.

    • Agree: anarchyst
  73. @AceDeuce

    If you need to rely on stronger men to save what you have, you don’t deserve what you have. They do.

    Go ahead, start building your vigilante group, when they throw you into a supermax I’ll write you from time to time. Strong has nothing to do with it.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
  74. AceDeuce says:
    @PhilMuhCrevis

    Let’s see, you’re a keyboard kommando fapping to fantasies of tacobreaths rising up to take out niggrows while you watch it all on TV. “Strong” certainly has nothing to do with that…

    My point is, if they do all your dirty work, why should you think you’re entitled to anything afterwards?

    • Replies: @Philmuhcrevis
  75. @AceDeuce

    Let’s see, you’re a keyboard kommando fapping to fantasies of tacobreaths rising up to take out niggrows while you watch it all on TV. “Strong” certainly has nothing to do with that…

    What did I write back at you that warranted the keyboard commando comment? I’m simply stating that as white men in this country, any encounter with these sub human savages is like playing Russian roulette with 4 bullets in the cylinder. The three men in North Carolina are perfect examples of what I’m saying. All 3 life with no parole and 2 of the men didn’t fire a shot. If and when the judicial system in this county falls apart I’ll do anything I can to help with “the cause” if I’m not too old to do so. Until then I avoid these fucking things like the plague and will choose flight over fight unless I’m backed into a corner. Call me whatever you want but we want the same thing, I just believe I’m being a bit more realistic about it at the moment.

  76. Dan-0-lee says:

    When the political need for a conviction, in this case, has dissipated, maybe, justice will be done with these convictions being vacated.

    • Replies: @PhilMuhCrevis
  77. @Dan-0-lee

    When the political need for a conviction, in this case, has dissipated, maybe, justice will be done with these convictions being vacated.

    As much as I’d love to see this happen, something tells me the propaganda arm of the DNC will be watching the appeals process on these three like hawks. This was way too big a win for their pets for them to let it get overturned by something as crazy as the rule of law and overzealous, lying prosecutors.

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