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A reader writes:

An employee of Philadelphia’s DA office, led by DA Larry Krasner who is a Soros funded radical, shot and killed a trans-man prostitute last week. During work hours, like 10am. The altercation began after their date [in the backseat of Dodge Durango in a cemetery] which was for an amount of $500.

The shooter is a gun violence counselor and he has not been arrested. The local news media has barely touched upon the case except for Ralph Cipriano’s big trial blog. Cipriano is a former longtime reporter with the Philadelphia Inquirer.

This is a local case but it might be of interest due to the possibility of further riots in Philadelphia just days before an election. And it being possible ISteve material. No one is protesting for the a truly marginalized victim, a transman. sex worker, black etc…..

With Philadelphia in the news, it’s worth checking out veteran crime-beat reporter Ralph Cipriano’s blog:

DA’s Gun Violence Counselor Shoots And Kills Male Prostitute

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2020

By Ralph Cipriano
for BigTrial.net

As a member of the District Attorney’s Immediate Response Team, DeVonte’ Douglass routinely goes out to crime scenes, hospitals, and the medical examiner’s office when there’s been a homicide, to aid victims’ families.

Shortly before 10 a.m. yesterday, Douglass had an up close and personal experience involving a homicide in a case where Douglass was identified by police as the shooter. But according to Douglass’s version of the story, he was also a crime victim.

… At a time when most employees at the D.A.’s office are expected to be at work, Douglass told police he shot and killed Vernon Harris, whom he had met on Instagram, and agreed “to a sexual encounter in exchange for money,” police said.

… After their encounter, which took place in the back seat of the vehicle, with the windows open, Douglass told police, Harris stood outside the vehicle and pointed a gun at Douglass, and demanded all his money.

Harris then placed his gun inside his waistband. But when Harris started reaching around the vehicle, Douglass told police that he feared that Harris was going to take out his gun again and shoot him. So Douglass drew his gun and shot Harris twice in the chest, killing him. Then he ran across Lehigh Avenue, pleading for someone to call police.

In other Philadelphia news from Cipriano:

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2020
Amid Riot Over Police Shooting, Philly Hits 400 Murders

By Ralph Cipriano
for BigTrial.net.

We interrupt the rioting, looting and requisite political pandering over the fatal police shooting yesterday of Walter Wallace Jr., a 27 year-old black man armed with a knife, to make an important announcement — the city of Philadelphia just hit 400 murders!

Barry Torrance, a 44-year-old black man, was found shot in the head yesterday by his aunt on the 4800 block of Westminster Avenue in West Philadelphia. Ironically, the crime scene was just four blocks away from where the rioting and looting erupted on 52nd Street over the fatal police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr.

Torrance, who subsequently died of his wounds, became this year’s 400th homicide. By comparison, as of Oct. 12th, New York City, with more than five times the population of Philadelphia, had only 362 murders.

In Philadelphia, there have been less than a dozen officer-involved shootings this year, but they sure get a lot of attention, especially when, as the case was yesterday, the victim involved is black, and the officers involved are white. Meanwhile, the city has 400 homicides on the books this year, as well as 132 suspicious deaths that may turn out to be homicides.

A conservative estimate of Philly’s homicides this year is that at least 90%, of those victims, are black, as are the victims whose deaths have been classified as suspicious. But apparently when it comes to our current racial politics, those hundreds of black lives don’t matter.

So the demonstrators who marched on the police station at 55th and Pine weren’t chanting “Say his name” about Barry Torrence, Official Homicide Victim No. 400. No, instead, they were chanting about Walter Wallace Jr., a career criminal with 18 prior arrests, including five assaults on cops, and domestic abuse cases as recent as this past March, when he stabbed his 25 year-old girlfriend.

 
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  1. The altercation began after their date [in the backseat of Dodge Durango in a cemetery]

    Aww, so romantic! Sort of brings a tear to the eye, this old-fashioned wooing does.

    The fact that the MSM doesn’t make hay of the story tells us most of what we need to know, before even looking for the details. Which I’m not gonna do. State of the Nation circa 2020

    • Agree: bomag
    • LOL: James N. Kennett
    • Replies: @James O'Meara
    @Polistra

    Truly a Bob Seger moment.

    , @Neoconned
    @Polistra

    Well I'm sure both of these people were having fun with the barrels of each others magnums before it ended in a blast.

  2. Well, the police are supposed to investigate homicides not perpetrate them (with apologies to Magnum Force).

  3. It’s a comfort to know that a “gun violence counselor” is smart enough to pack heat, especially when he’s on a date.

    But $500? In the backseat of a car in a cemetery? Perhaps if the late Mr Harris knew he was dealing with a Soros protege he would have shown a bit more class.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Richard of Melbourne

    Yes, $500 is a lot of cash to turn a trick in a graveyard. Maybe there was a surcharge for large customers, like what the airlines want to bring in.


    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-jvkAgKsQzYA/XuPLcU6PSyI/AAAAAAAAAQM/jBfD8LHtrl82oU1XRt75guARJll0q6aygCK4BGAYYCw/s1600/DeVonte%2BDouglass_Grandmother.jpeg

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @ken

    , @James N. Kennett
    @Richard of Melbourne

    $500 seems excessive. Maybe it was really a drug deal gone wrong.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @David

    , @Ano
    @Richard of Melbourne

    $500
    Obviously he inflated the sum because he's planning to claim it as expenses out of petty cash- or a tax deduction.
    (Probably both.)

    Anyway what's $500 for car sex when your job is taxpayer funded- or Soros funded.
    (Probably both.)

  4. In other news, Krasner hires local Antifa to crack down on the rioting and looting.

  5. Malcolm Muggeride, call your office. We need to pull your latest satire piece.

    Muggeridge’s law: https://www.conservapedia.com/Muggeridge%27s_law

    Muggeridge’s law is the proposition that it no longer possible to parody political correctness because real political correctness is now just as ridiculous as the satirical version. Malcolm Muggeridge was the editor of the British satirical magazine Punch in the early 1960s. When Nikita Khrushchev visited Britain, Muggeridge made up a list of the silliest places the Soviet leader could visit. At least half the places on the list were in Khrushchev’s actual itinerary.

    • Agree: Dissident
  6. The news story is perfect Current Year drama, with so many Wokie ingredients.

    But I find the headline less than satisfactory. Perhaps the NY Paper of Record will pick it up.

    “Peace Counselor Shoots Trans Hooker After Trick” or something like that.

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @anon

    "Trick, But No Treat." The New York Post might just run with that.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara

  7. @anon
    The news story is perfect Current Year drama, with so many Wokie ingredients.

    But I find the headline less than satisfactory. Perhaps the NY Paper of Record will pick it up.

    "Peace Counselor Shoots Trans Hooker After Trick" or something like that.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    “Trick, But No Treat.” The New York Post might just run with that.

    • LOL: Rob McX
    • Replies: @Father O'Hara
    @Gary in Gramercy

    I wonder if that tranny had a "treat" that the gun counselor wasn't expecting,and that's why he shot him. Call it the Danny Bonaduce Effect.

  8. For a moment I thought “Philadelphia da Larry Krasner” was some visiting Marquis or something.

  9. Welcome to the USSA’s beautiful future.

  10. Get Ron to archive his content before it’s memory holed.

  11. How well-funded is the Philly D.A.’s office when some keepin’-it-real homeboy like Down Low DeVonte’ has $500 to blow on a half-and-half?

  12. Here is the late Mr. Wallace in the white T-shirt which reads “Need Money, Not Friends”

    Mr. Wallace is indeed in the money now. His GoFundMe has raised over $105,000, which should buy him a very nice send off, if the money ever actually gets to the family:

    https://www.gofundme.com/f/92wvm-funding-for-family

    Meanwhile on 52nd Street, Korean owned “beauty” (black hair care products) stores looted for the 2nd time this year. How many more times will they get looted before they throw in the towel? How are they going to get insurance after this? Insurance companies might want to draw a “red line” around this neighborhood – they’re not in business to lose money.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Jack D

    Even by the standards of rap, he sucks. He had many years of aspiring ahead of him when his life was cut short.

    , @Ragno
    @Jack D


    Mr. Wallace is indeed in the money now. His GoFundMe has raised over $105,000,
     
    Anybody who has money to throw away on a dead hoodrat clearly is clocking money for nothing*.

    *Which for the record means money generated by AA setaside jobs, or by 'work' involving zero productivity, let alone the provision of vital goods or services. Investment banking, working in media (social or actual), or gummint work *(see "AA setaside jobs"), or any lucrative 'task' involving neither sweat nor toil. In other words, people who neither missed a paycheck throughout Chinese Virus, nor are currently worried about missing a paycheck no matter how bad things get for the rest of us.
    , @roo_ster
    @Jack D

    What a waste of oxygen. He might do something useful as fertilizer.

    Replies: @Jim Bob Lassiter

  13. @Richard of Melbourne
    It's a comfort to know that a "gun violence counselor" is smart enough to pack heat, especially when he's on a date.

    But $500? In the backseat of a car in a cemetery? Perhaps if the late Mr Harris knew he was dealing with a Soros protege he would have shown a bit more class.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @James N. Kennett, @Ano

    Yes, $500 is a lot of cash to turn a trick in a graveyard. Maybe there was a surcharge for large customers, like what the airlines want to bring in.

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @Rob McX

    That's DeVonte'? From the D.A.'s "Immediate Response Team"? He looks like a taller version of the late singer Billy Stewart. The only thing that commands his Immediate Response is a bag from White Castle.

    In fairness, however, I retract my earlier remarks about him being on the DL. From this picture, he's pretty clearly open and notorious.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    , @ken
    @Rob McX

    If he was in the back seat where was the other guy?

    Replies: @Rob McX

  14. @Richard of Melbourne
    It's a comfort to know that a "gun violence counselor" is smart enough to pack heat, especially when he's on a date.

    But $500? In the backseat of a car in a cemetery? Perhaps if the late Mr Harris knew he was dealing with a Soros protege he would have shown a bit more class.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @James N. Kennett, @Ano

    $500 seems excessive. Maybe it was really a drug deal gone wrong.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @James N. Kennett


    $500 seems excessive. Maybe it was really a drug deal gone wrong.

     

    A buggery gone wrong. Illustrating the deep clefts developing in our society. To paraphrase Peter Brimelow, it is sure to cum to blood.


    Something similar sent Boy George to jail, though he, the customer, was the guilty one.
    , @David
    @James N. Kennett

    The uglier the John, the higher the price.

  15. anon[102] • Disclaimer says:

    No kidding around here folks:

    If a Soros-backed organization, NGO, or fund donates money to a District Attorney candidate, you need to get politically active in your city and let people know. Not enforcing the law in your city will make your home value drop quite a bit. Nobody wants to move to a crime-plagued-area. You could have a hard time selling your house if it gets bad enough and you want to move away.
    It makes a big difference in your life to have a good police chief and a law-and-order-District Attorney in your area. You wont miss them until you have a Larry Krasner out there not enforcing the law. Some of these electorates are going to deeply regret voting for these people.

    • Replies: @Jim Bob Lassiter
    @anon

    Well we could say that this is the Soros solution to the high cost of housing.

  16. @Rob McX
    @Richard of Melbourne

    Yes, $500 is a lot of cash to turn a trick in a graveyard. Maybe there was a surcharge for large customers, like what the airlines want to bring in.


    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-jvkAgKsQzYA/XuPLcU6PSyI/AAAAAAAAAQM/jBfD8LHtrl82oU1XRt75guARJll0q6aygCK4BGAYYCw/s1600/DeVonte%2BDouglass_Grandmother.jpeg

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @ken

    That’s DeVonte’? From the D.A.’s “Immediate Response Team”? He looks like a taller version of the late singer Billy Stewart. The only thing that commands his Immediate Response is a bag from White Castle.

    In fairness, however, I retract my earlier remarks about him being on the DL. From this picture, he’s pretty clearly open and notorious.

    • LOL: Gabe Ruth
    • Replies: @International Jew
    @Gary in Gramercy


    That’s DeVonte’?
     
    I don't know, the article says he "ran" across the street for help. He doesn't look like someone who can run. Or even jog.

    What's with his name anyway? Why the apostrophe? Shouldn't it be an accent ("DeVonté")? Unless he's trying to tell us DeVonte' is short for something like DeVonter or DeVontravious...

    , @Boy the way Glenn Miller played
    @Gary in Gramercy


    From this picture, he’s pretty clearly open and notorious.
     
    "Is that a .44 in your pocket, or are you happy to see me?".
  17. Anon[146] • Disclaimer says:

    If DeVonte’ Douglass keeps it up, he’ll clean out the male prostitution problem in Phillie in no time. It’s very likely his story is true. Most people working in a DA’s office are smart enough to want to avoid getting in trouble for killing someone, and the story says he tried to contact police directly afterwards.

    I found this on the web about the victim: “Harris had a dozen prior arrests, including three for robbery, as well as for assault, theft, criminal mischief, and narcotics. His last arrest was on July 14, 2019 for robbery, aggravated assault, and reckless endangerment. He was out on bail of $30,000 monetary, meaning he had to put down 10 percent, or $3,000 to get out of jail. But on May 21st, Harris’s bail was lowered to $30,000 unsecured, meaning he didn’t have to post a cent with the court to get released. He was released from prison on June 2nd, and was currently on probation until next February. But he was only alive for another five months. Police confiscated a Smith & Wesson .357 magnum from Harris’s waistband, but couldn’t find any records involving the gun.” Harris was black, by the way.

    Still, there are ways to avoid this sort of thing. Like not paying random strangers for sex.

    Douglass is overpaid if he can afford to cough up $500 per session for sex.

    • Replies: @James O'Meara
    @Anon

    "If DeVonte’ Douglass keeps it up, he’ll clean out the male prostitution problem in Phillie in no time."

    His defense should play up the vigilante angle. He breaks the rules, but gets the job done. He's the hero Philly needs.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Gary in Gramercy, @Ray P

  18. @Jack D
    Here is the late Mr. Wallace in the white T-shirt which reads "Need Money, Not Friends"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPFbBvuD9A8&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR1VJbCKk9hmtLkpiAVz6C5LzRJOpC29wqpzZu8RVuX_jKVZQTnN8thIfWU

    Mr. Wallace is indeed in the money now. His GoFundMe has raised over $105,000, which should buy him a very nice send off, if the money ever actually gets to the family:

    https://www.gofundme.com/f/92wvm-funding-for-family

    Meanwhile on 52nd Street, Korean owned "beauty" (black hair care products) stores looted for the 2nd time this year. How many more times will they get looted before they throw in the towel? How are they going to get insurance after this? Insurance companies might want to draw a "red line" around this neighborhood - they're not in business to lose money.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Ragno, @roo_ster

    Even by the standards of rap, he sucks. He had many years of aspiring ahead of him when his life was cut short.

  19. Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner’s Gun Violence Counselor Shoots Male Prostitute

    We are truly living in a degenerate clownworld.

    • Agree: YetAnotherAnon
  20. @James N. Kennett
    @Richard of Melbourne

    $500 seems excessive. Maybe it was really a drug deal gone wrong.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @David

    $500 seems excessive. Maybe it was really a drug deal gone wrong.

    A buggery gone wrong. Illustrating the deep clefts developing in our society. To paraphrase Peter Brimelow, it is sure to cum to blood.

    Something similar sent Boy George to jail, though he, the customer, was the guilty one.

  21. @Gary in Gramercy
    @Rob McX

    That's DeVonte'? From the D.A.'s "Immediate Response Team"? He looks like a taller version of the late singer Billy Stewart. The only thing that commands his Immediate Response is a bag from White Castle.

    In fairness, however, I retract my earlier remarks about him being on the DL. From this picture, he's pretty clearly open and notorious.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    That’s DeVonte’?

    I don’t know, the article says he “ran” across the street for help. He doesn’t look like someone who can run. Or even jog.

    What’s with his name anyway? Why the apostrophe? Shouldn’t it be an accent (“DeVonté”)? Unless he’s trying to tell us DeVonte’ is short for something like DeVonter or DeVontravious…

    • LOL: AndrewR
  22. No one should hold this against Mr. Krasner. You never know when one of your counselors will kill a prostitute at 10 AM.

    • Replies: @Ano
    @Hibernian

    Happily for Mr Krasner, he wasn't prosecuting negroes anyway, so this won't take him away from whatever he's up to at 10 o'clock.

  23. While 400 people per year are murdered another 1,200 are dying from drug overdoses each year in Philadelphia. Most of the murder victims are Black while most of the drug deaths are whites. Yet everyone here seem more concerned with the Blacks being killed by blacks instead of the whites being killed by drugs brought into America by the Latino cartels. The drugs from Latin America and Aisan are causing much more destruction to white America.

    In Philadelphia’s Kensington district, home of the largest open-air drug markets in the United States, crowds of sellers and buyers flock to corners as if there never were a pandemic. It’s known for having both the cheapest and purest heroin on the East Coast. The city’s Department of Health estimates that 85,000 residents are addicted to heroin and other opioids, and each day, many go to Kensington to buy drugs. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/10/magazine/kensington-heroin-opioid-philadelphia.html In Philly a bag of heroin is less costly than a pack of smokes. For $5 you can buy a bag of smack, $10 for a pack of cigarettes or $7 for a six pack of beer.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Travis


    In Philly a bag of heroin is less costly than a pack of smokes. For $5 you can buy a bag of smack, $10 for a pack of cigarettes or $7 for a six pack of beer.
     
    What are Tastykakes going for?
    , @Michelle
    @Travis

    Whites are killing themselves.

    Replies: @Travis

    , @anonymous1963
    @Travis

    "murder victims are blacks while drug deaths are white"

    Can't do much about black homicidal tendencies and poor impulse controls. But whites could choose to stop taking drugs.

  24. Ironically, the crime scene was just four blocks away from where the rioting and looting erupted on 52nd Street over the fatal police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr.

    Could one of you geniuses please explain to me the irony here because I have thought about it for at least four minutes and I cannot see this interpretation.

    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
    @Morton's toes

    Good catch. Hardly anyone knows how to properly use that word anymore.

    Replies: @Ganderson, @J.Ross

    , @Coemgen
    @Morton's toes

    Well, as I am reading your comment, I happen to be watching a Crime Watch Daily episode about a rape that took place in PA's other big city ... some might call it ironic:

    https://youtu.be/mp2XfxZ1j-s

    , @Buffalo Joe
    @Morton's toes

    Morton, not claiming genius status, but blame that on a song by Alanis Morrissette tittled "Isn't it Ironic?" Which wasn't about irony but maybe what could be best called happenstance.

  25. “But when Harris started reaching around the vehicle”

    Odd, usually a reach around is a sign of good manners.

    Gunnery Sgt. Hartman: “I bet you’re the kind of guy that would f-ck a person in the ass and not even have the goddamn common courtesy to give him a reach-around. I’ll be watching you.”

    • Thanks: anonymous1963
  26. @Polistra

    The altercation began after their date [in the backseat of Dodge Durango in a cemetery]
     
    Aww, so romantic! Sort of brings a tear to the eye, this old-fashioned wooing does.

    The fact that the MSM doesn't make hay of the story tells us most of what we need to know, before even looking for the details. Which I'm not gonna do. State of the Nation circa 2020

    Replies: @James O'Meara, @Neoconned

    Truly a Bob Seger moment.

  27. @Richard of Melbourne
    It's a comfort to know that a "gun violence counselor" is smart enough to pack heat, especially when he's on a date.

    But $500? In the backseat of a car in a cemetery? Perhaps if the late Mr Harris knew he was dealing with a Soros protege he would have shown a bit more class.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @James N. Kennett, @Ano

    $500
    Obviously he inflated the sum because he’s planning to claim it as expenses out of petty cash- or a tax deduction.
    (Probably both.)

    Anyway what’s $500 for car sex when your job is taxpayer funded- or Soros funded.
    (Probably both.)

  28. @Anon
    If DeVonte’ Douglass keeps it up, he'll clean out the male prostitution problem in Phillie in no time. It's very likely his story is true. Most people working in a DA's office are smart enough to want to avoid getting in trouble for killing someone, and the story says he tried to contact police directly afterwards.

    I found this on the web about the victim: "Harris had a dozen prior arrests, including three for robbery, as well as for assault, theft, criminal mischief, and narcotics. His last arrest was on July 14, 2019 for robbery, aggravated assault, and reckless endangerment. He was out on bail of $30,000 monetary, meaning he had to put down 10 percent, or $3,000 to get out of jail. But on May 21st, Harris's bail was lowered to $30,000 unsecured, meaning he didn't have to post a cent with the court to get released. He was released from prison on June 2nd, and was currently on probation until next February. But he was only alive for another five months. Police confiscated a Smith & Wesson .357 magnum from Harris's waistband, but couldn't find any records involving the gun." Harris was black, by the way.

    Still, there are ways to avoid this sort of thing. Like not paying random strangers for sex.

    Douglass is overpaid if he can afford to cough up $500 per session for sex.

    Replies: @James O'Meara

    “If DeVonte’ Douglass keeps it up, he’ll clean out the male prostitution problem in Phillie in no time.”

    His defense should play up the vigilante angle. He breaks the rules, but gets the job done. He’s the hero Philly needs.

    • LOL: lavoisier
    • Replies: @Father O'Hara
    @James O'Meara

    LOL. You're da disease...im da cure. 😆

    , @Gary in Gramercy
    @James O'Meara

    "He's the hero Philly needs."

    In Philly, it's called a hoagie. Perhaps Jack D. can explain further.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @Ray P
    @James O'Meara

    Is this the black queer version of I spit on your grave?

  29. @Hibernian
    No one should hold this against Mr. Krasner. You never know when one of your counselors will kill a prostitute at 10 AM.

    Replies: @Ano

    Happily for Mr Krasner, he wasn’t prosecuting negroes anyway, so this won’t take him away from whatever he’s up to at 10 o’clock.

  30. @Gary in Gramercy
    @anon

    "Trick, But No Treat." The New York Post might just run with that.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara

    I wonder if that tranny had a “treat” that the gun counselor wasn’t expecting,and that’s why he shot him. Call it the Danny Bonaduce Effect.

  31. @James O'Meara
    @Anon

    "If DeVonte’ Douglass keeps it up, he’ll clean out the male prostitution problem in Phillie in no time."

    His defense should play up the vigilante angle. He breaks the rules, but gets the job done. He's the hero Philly needs.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Gary in Gramercy, @Ray P

    LOL. You’re da disease…im da cure. 😆

  32. Harris then placed his gun inside his waistband. But when Harris started reaching around the vehicle, Douglass told police that he feared that Harris was going to take out his gun again and shoot him. So Douglass drew his gun and shot Harris twice in the chest, killing him. Then he ran across Lehigh Avenue, pleading for someone to call police.

    I guess Douglass was afraid that Harris would have the godd**ned common courtesty to give him a reach-around.

    We’re constantly lectured at how many “trans-people” die (many from suicide, because they’re nuts) and especially how threatened are the lives of black “trans-people”. Maybe this incident can shed some light on that.

  33. @Jack D
    Here is the late Mr. Wallace in the white T-shirt which reads "Need Money, Not Friends"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPFbBvuD9A8&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR1VJbCKk9hmtLkpiAVz6C5LzRJOpC29wqpzZu8RVuX_jKVZQTnN8thIfWU

    Mr. Wallace is indeed in the money now. His GoFundMe has raised over $105,000, which should buy him a very nice send off, if the money ever actually gets to the family:

    https://www.gofundme.com/f/92wvm-funding-for-family

    Meanwhile on 52nd Street, Korean owned "beauty" (black hair care products) stores looted for the 2nd time this year. How many more times will they get looted before they throw in the towel? How are they going to get insurance after this? Insurance companies might want to draw a "red line" around this neighborhood - they're not in business to lose money.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Ragno, @roo_ster

    Mr. Wallace is indeed in the money now. His GoFundMe has raised over $105,000,

    Anybody who has money to throw away on a dead hoodrat clearly is clocking money for nothing*.

    *Which for the record means money generated by AA setaside jobs, or by ‘work’ involving zero productivity, let alone the provision of vital goods or services. Investment banking, working in media (social or actual), or gummint work *(see “AA setaside jobs”), or any lucrative ‘task’ involving neither sweat nor toil. In other words, people who neither missed a paycheck throughout Chinese Virus, nor are currently worried about missing a paycheck no matter how bad things get for the rest of us.

  34. @Morton's toes

    Ironically, the crime scene was just four blocks away from where the rioting and looting erupted on 52nd Street over the fatal police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr.
     
    Could one of you geniuses please explain to me the irony here because I have thought about it for at least four minutes and I cannot see this interpretation.

    Replies: @Nicholas Stix, @Coemgen, @Buffalo Joe

    Good catch. Hardly anyone knows how to properly use that word anymore.

    • Replies: @Ganderson
    @Nicholas Stix

    Not only that, but I literally hit the ceiling!

    , @J.Ross
    @Nicholas Stix

    It's ironic because DıBāHテ met the man of his dreams, and then almost got robbed by his beautiful wife.
    IT'S LIKE RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIN

  35. Vernon Harris, whom he had met on Instagram…

    InstaBLAM!

    • Replies: @E. Rekshun
    @Reg Cæsar

    Vernon Harris, whom he had met on Instagram…

    InstaBLAM!

    InstaBANG!

  36. @Travis
    While 400 people per year are murdered another 1,200 are dying from drug overdoses each year in Philadelphia. Most of the murder victims are Black while most of the drug deaths are whites. Yet everyone here seem more concerned with the Blacks being killed by blacks instead of the whites being killed by drugs brought into America by the Latino cartels. The drugs from Latin America and Aisan are causing much more destruction to white America.

    In Philadelphia’s Kensington district, home of the largest open-air drug markets in the United States, crowds of sellers and buyers flock to corners as if there never were a pandemic. It’s known for having both the cheapest and purest heroin on the East Coast. The city’s Department of Health estimates that 85,000 residents are addicted to heroin and other opioids, and each day, many go to Kensington to buy drugs. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/10/magazine/kensington-heroin-opioid-philadelphia.html In Philly a bag of heroin is less costly than a pack of smokes. For $5 you can buy a bag of smack, $10 for a pack of cigarettes or $7 for a six pack of beer.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Michelle, @anonymous1963

    In Philly a bag of heroin is less costly than a pack of smokes. For $5 you can buy a bag of smack, $10 for a pack of cigarettes or $7 for a six pack of beer.

    What are Tastykakes going for?

  37. @James O'Meara
    @Anon

    "If DeVonte’ Douglass keeps it up, he’ll clean out the male prostitution problem in Phillie in no time."

    His defense should play up the vigilante angle. He breaks the rules, but gets the job done. He's the hero Philly needs.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Gary in Gramercy, @Ray P

    “He’s the hero Philly needs.”

    In Philly, it’s called a hoagie. Perhaps Jack D. can explain further.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Gary in Gramercy

    Although the name and spelling "hoagie" probably goes back no further than WWII (or perhaps WWI), its exact origins (although emanating from the Philadelphia area) are lost in the mists of history. There are a number of origin stories and it's not clear which one is the correct one.

    What IS clear is that Italian immigrants all over America (especially in the ports where immigrants landed) had a tradition of making sandwiches on Italian type bread rolls with antipasto type fillings and such sandwiches were given many different regional names (sub, hero, grinder, wedge, etc.) in an era when our culture was less nationally unified. Everyone identifies pizza as Italian (and it's called pizza almost everywhere except New Haven where it is apizza), but the Italian origins of the hoagie type sandwich are less widely understood, perhaps because there was no Italian name for it.

    Replies: @Cauchemar du Singe

  38. Dana Lynn Bazelon.

    This family is a multigeneration Isteve content factory.

  39. “After their encounter, which took place in the back seat of the vehicle, with the windows open”

    Obviously, in these harrowing days of the worst pandemic in history, it’s great to note they practice safe sex. Dr Fauci should approve.

  40. Who gets the more Pokemon points?

    The dead gay or his black murderer?

    Quite a conundrum for the pea brains of the Democrat Party.

  41. What you people don’t understand is that there are various schools of Gun Violence Counseling. Mr. Douglass did not come out of the “Hug it out” Chicago School. He came out of the famed New York Bernard Goetz school, in which, the pre-emtive counseling is thought to be much more effective.

    If you’re still confused, I’m sure there’s a dueling violence councilor rap video on youtube, like those Keynes vs. Hayak ones.

    • LOL: YetAnotherAnon
  42. National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Spotlight: DeVonte’ Douglass:

    “I’m a criminal justice major and criminal justice has been this big thing for me… I want to help people and CARES allows me to help people from the victim side. This is personal for me, when you see homicides taking place in our city, and I want to do my part to help people who are hurt by gun violence. I had a friend who was killed, and this is my way to respond, to talk to families, and to make sure they understand the process and to help them through it from investigation to court,” added Douglass.

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
    @Change that Matters

    As so many have already noted, ours is a society in which satire is redundant.

  43. @Change that Matters
    National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Spotlight: DeVonte’ Douglass:

    “I’m a criminal justice major and criminal justice has been this big thing for me… I want to help people and CARES allows me to help people from the victim side. This is personal for me, when you see homicides taking place in our city, and I want to do my part to help people who are hurt by gun violence. I had a friend who was killed, and this is my way to respond, to talk to families, and to make sure they understand the process and to help them through it from investigation to court,” added Douglass.
     

    Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin

    As so many have already noted, ours is a society in which satire is redundant.

  44. @Jack D
    Here is the late Mr. Wallace in the white T-shirt which reads "Need Money, Not Friends"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPFbBvuD9A8&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR1VJbCKk9hmtLkpiAVz6C5LzRJOpC29wqpzZu8RVuX_jKVZQTnN8thIfWU

    Mr. Wallace is indeed in the money now. His GoFundMe has raised over $105,000, which should buy him a very nice send off, if the money ever actually gets to the family:

    https://www.gofundme.com/f/92wvm-funding-for-family

    Meanwhile on 52nd Street, Korean owned "beauty" (black hair care products) stores looted for the 2nd time this year. How many more times will they get looted before they throw in the towel? How are they going to get insurance after this? Insurance companies might want to draw a "red line" around this neighborhood - they're not in business to lose money.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Ragno, @roo_ster

    What a waste of oxygen. He might do something useful as fertilizer.

    • Replies: @Jim Bob Lassiter
    @roo_ster

    I wouldn't want to eat any food product traceable to the ground fertilized by him. Can his meat and export it to . . .

  45. @Nicholas Stix
    @Morton's toes

    Good catch. Hardly anyone knows how to properly use that word anymore.

    Replies: @Ganderson, @J.Ross

    Not only that, but I literally hit the ceiling!

  46. That’s one butch ass dyke if she’s out there robbing dudes at gunpoint

  47. I thought a gun violence councilor would be some sort of social worker. But no he’s strapped! Must be tough in Philly

  48. @Morton's toes

    Ironically, the crime scene was just four blocks away from where the rioting and looting erupted on 52nd Street over the fatal police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr.
     
    Could one of you geniuses please explain to me the irony here because I have thought about it for at least four minutes and I cannot see this interpretation.

    Replies: @Nicholas Stix, @Coemgen, @Buffalo Joe

    Well, as I am reading your comment, I happen to be watching a Crime Watch Daily episode about a rape that took place in PA’s other big city … some might call it ironic:

  49. @anon
    No kidding around here folks:

    If a Soros-backed organization, NGO, or fund donates money to a District Attorney candidate, you need to get politically active in your city and let people know. Not enforcing the law in your city will make your home value drop quite a bit. Nobody wants to move to a crime-plagued-area. You could have a hard time selling your house if it gets bad enough and you want to move away.
    It makes a big difference in your life to have a good police chief and a law-and-order-District Attorney in your area. You wont miss them until you have a Larry Krasner out there not enforcing the law. Some of these electorates are going to deeply regret voting for these people.

    Replies: @Jim Bob Lassiter

    Well we could say that this is the Soros solution to the high cost of housing.

    • LOL: Gabe Ruth
  50. @roo_ster
    @Jack D

    What a waste of oxygen. He might do something useful as fertilizer.

    Replies: @Jim Bob Lassiter

    I wouldn’t want to eat any food product traceable to the ground fertilized by him. Can his meat and export it to . . .

  51. @Rob McX
    @Richard of Melbourne

    Yes, $500 is a lot of cash to turn a trick in a graveyard. Maybe there was a surcharge for large customers, like what the airlines want to bring in.


    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-jvkAgKsQzYA/XuPLcU6PSyI/AAAAAAAAAQM/jBfD8LHtrl82oU1XRt75guARJll0q6aygCK4BGAYYCw/s1600/DeVonte%2BDouglass_Grandmother.jpeg

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @ken

    If he was in the back seat where was the other guy?

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @ken

    Good question, especially in the light of social distancing requirements. Then again, if you're in a graveyard with a robber posing as a prostitute, Covid probably isn't high on your list of risks.

  52. @Reg Cæsar

    Vernon Harris, whom he had met on Instagram...
     
    InstaBLAM!

    Replies: @E. Rekshun

    Vernon Harris, whom he had met on Instagram…

    InstaBLAM!

    InstaBANG!

  53. anonymous[251] • Disclaimer says:

    Does anyone remember a mass distribution newspaper “The Truth at Last” from the 1980s and 90s? It was pro White, race realist, anti Zionist.

    The editor was Ed Fields. As far as I could tell, the Truth at Last always did report honestly about Black Crime and some Holocaust Revisionism.

    I think we need something like that now, one page presentation of the Truth/Facts about these BLM fake morality plays – just list the rap sheet of the Black perps and include some honest photos of the thug, perp to go against the lying, fake news media that will show a picture of Trayvon Martins when they were ~ 12 years old and looked, nice, cute, instead of the thugs they ended up being.

    Our USA world is increasingly looking and feeling like Orwell’s “1984” or Stalins 1950 Soviet Union only with much, much worse anti White, pro Black criminal and to a lesser extent J Zionist/Neo Conservative lies.

    Have others noticed how the Neo Conservative/Zionist W*#$&#@ in in our mainstream media and fake Conservative media always try to paint the leader of a country they want to bomb, invade as “Another Hitler”?

    David Frum (Neo Con Zionist) speech writer for President George W Bush said Saddam Hussein and Iraq were part of “An Axis of Evil” along with Iran, North Korea. An “Axis” referenced NAZI Germany, Fascist Italy and Imperial Japan.

    And then these same Neo Con/Zionist war mongers moved on to Vladimir Putin and Syria’s Assad as the Next Hitler, Assad was supposedly “Gassing little Children” a clear reference to the alleged Gassing of 6 Million Jews in the Holocaust. All lies all around.

    JR Left Behind in Chicago

  54. That must have been quite a sight. A black tranny prostitute saying “gimme all of yo money” in a high pitched, faggy voice to the black counselor living on the down low.

    Supposedly there’s a lot of black men on the “down low” according to articles years ago and I wouldn’t be surprised with what we saw from Andrew Gillum, this case and several others. Homosexuality in prison is reportedly a bigger problem among blacks in prison than either whites or hispanics.

  55. @Travis
    While 400 people per year are murdered another 1,200 are dying from drug overdoses each year in Philadelphia. Most of the murder victims are Black while most of the drug deaths are whites. Yet everyone here seem more concerned with the Blacks being killed by blacks instead of the whites being killed by drugs brought into America by the Latino cartels. The drugs from Latin America and Aisan are causing much more destruction to white America.

    In Philadelphia’s Kensington district, home of the largest open-air drug markets in the United States, crowds of sellers and buyers flock to corners as if there never were a pandemic. It’s known for having both the cheapest and purest heroin on the East Coast. The city’s Department of Health estimates that 85,000 residents are addicted to heroin and other opioids, and each day, many go to Kensington to buy drugs. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/10/magazine/kensington-heroin-opioid-philadelphia.html In Philly a bag of heroin is less costly than a pack of smokes. For $5 you can buy a bag of smack, $10 for a pack of cigarettes or $7 for a six pack of beer.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Michelle, @anonymous1963

    Whites are killing themselves.

    • Replies: @Travis
    @Michelle

    The Blacks are also killing themselves....Few here seem to care why so many white Americans are addicted to drugs and what can be done about it. They are more concerned with Asian kids doing better on the SAT exam.

    This is one reason whites will be a minority by 2040. Most whites have no sympathy for the whites who are struggling. While many whites will spend much work trying to figure out a way to make Blacks less violent or even join in on the protests when armed Blacks are shot by the police. There are no whites who give a dam about the whites struggling today.

    One reason half your grandchildren will not be white , so many whites have been spurned and the answer to why gets the same response , Fuck em they deserve to die young because they are drug addicts.

    Replies: @Supply and Demand, @KenH

  56. @Polistra

    The altercation began after their date [in the backseat of Dodge Durango in a cemetery]
     
    Aww, so romantic! Sort of brings a tear to the eye, this old-fashioned wooing does.

    The fact that the MSM doesn't make hay of the story tells us most of what we need to know, before even looking for the details. Which I'm not gonna do. State of the Nation circa 2020

    Replies: @James O'Meara, @Neoconned

    Well I’m sure both of these people were having fun with the barrels of each others magnums before it ended in a blast.

  57. @Nicholas Stix
    @Morton's toes

    Good catch. Hardly anyone knows how to properly use that word anymore.

    Replies: @Ganderson, @J.Ross

    It’s ironic because DıBāHテ met the man of his dreams, and then almost got robbed by his beautiful wife.
    IT’S LIKE RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIN

  58. @ken
    @Rob McX

    If he was in the back seat where was the other guy?

    Replies: @Rob McX

    Good question, especially in the light of social distancing requirements. Then again, if you’re in a graveyard with a robber posing as a prostitute, Covid probably isn’t high on your list of risks.

  59. @Morton's toes

    Ironically, the crime scene was just four blocks away from where the rioting and looting erupted on 52nd Street over the fatal police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr.
     
    Could one of you geniuses please explain to me the irony here because I have thought about it for at least four minutes and I cannot see this interpretation.

    Replies: @Nicholas Stix, @Coemgen, @Buffalo Joe

    Morton, not claiming genius status, but blame that on a song by Alanis Morrissette tittled “Isn’t it Ironic?” Which wasn’t about irony but maybe what could be best called happenstance.

  60. backseat of a dodge durango ? sounds like a city vehicle.

  61. @Gary in Gramercy
    @Rob McX

    That's DeVonte'? From the D.A.'s "Immediate Response Team"? He looks like a taller version of the late singer Billy Stewart. The only thing that commands his Immediate Response is a bag from White Castle.

    In fairness, however, I retract my earlier remarks about him being on the DL. From this picture, he's pretty clearly open and notorious.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    From this picture, he’s pretty clearly open and notorious.

    “Is that a .44 in your pocket, or are you happy to see me?”.

  62. @Michelle
    @Travis

    Whites are killing themselves.

    Replies: @Travis

    The Blacks are also killing themselves….Few here seem to care why so many white Americans are addicted to drugs and what can be done about it. They are more concerned with Asian kids doing better on the SAT exam.

    This is one reason whites will be a minority by 2040. Most whites have no sympathy for the whites who are struggling. While many whites will spend much work trying to figure out a way to make Blacks less violent or even join in on the protests when armed Blacks are shot by the police. There are no whites who give a dam about the whites struggling today.

    One reason half your grandchildren will not be white , so many whites have been spurned and the answer to why gets the same response , Fuck em they deserve to die young because they are drug addicts.

    • Agree: Supply and Demand
    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
    @Travis

    That’s why I got ahead of the curve and ensured my children were half-Chinese.

    , @KenH
    @Travis


    There are no whites who give a dam about the whites struggling today.
     
    Because showing concern for fellow whites is "white supremacy" and perpetuates racism. But you are entirely correct that whites have zero tolerance for fellow whites who are struggling with addiction or other problems but will empty half their bank accounts or put their lives at risk to help blacks with their many pathologies and character defects.
    '
    Most Christian churches spend all of their time raising money for black Africa or to help Muslim and non-white refugees.

    Replies: @Travis

  63. @Gary in Gramercy
    @James O'Meara

    "He's the hero Philly needs."

    In Philly, it's called a hoagie. Perhaps Jack D. can explain further.

    Replies: @Jack D

    Although the name and spelling “hoagie” probably goes back no further than WWII (or perhaps WWI), its exact origins (although emanating from the Philadelphia area) are lost in the mists of history. There are a number of origin stories and it’s not clear which one is the correct one.

    What IS clear is that Italian immigrants all over America (especially in the ports where immigrants landed) had a tradition of making sandwiches on Italian type bread rolls with antipasto type fillings and such sandwiches were given many different regional names (sub, hero, grinder, wedge, etc.) in an era when our culture was less nationally unified. Everyone identifies pizza as Italian (and it’s called pizza almost everywhere except New Haven where it is apizza), but the Italian origins of the hoagie type sandwich are less widely understood, perhaps because there was no Italian name for it.

    • Replies: @Cauchemar du Singe
    @Jack D

    Colonial Era pigpen, Hog Island shipyard, Philadelphia...adjacent the airport, industrial area.
    Now not an island because channel was filled.
    Early 20th Century Italian workers at the shipyard brought unique sandwiches that came to be called "hoggies" ; linguistically altered via dialect and inflection to "hoagies" (ho-gheez), "hoagie" (ho-ghee).

    To be authentic, needs a real American-Italian style sandwich roll...hard to find in most of USA.
    This type roll also to be used in a real Philly Cheesesteak sandwich...like at Gino's...and NOT at Pat's.
    Philly, despite all of its Communist/Khazar/Black/Hispanic problems, also has a unique style of pizza, which is also common to South Jersey, due to heavy Summertime traffic back and forth between...
    Fiwwy and Da Shore.
    Ca-pish ?

  64. @James N. Kennett
    @Richard of Melbourne

    $500 seems excessive. Maybe it was really a drug deal gone wrong.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @David

    The uglier the John, the higher the price.

  65. @Travis
    While 400 people per year are murdered another 1,200 are dying from drug overdoses each year in Philadelphia. Most of the murder victims are Black while most of the drug deaths are whites. Yet everyone here seem more concerned with the Blacks being killed by blacks instead of the whites being killed by drugs brought into America by the Latino cartels. The drugs from Latin America and Aisan are causing much more destruction to white America.

    In Philadelphia’s Kensington district, home of the largest open-air drug markets in the United States, crowds of sellers and buyers flock to corners as if there never were a pandemic. It’s known for having both the cheapest and purest heroin on the East Coast. The city’s Department of Health estimates that 85,000 residents are addicted to heroin and other opioids, and each day, many go to Kensington to buy drugs. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/10/magazine/kensington-heroin-opioid-philadelphia.html In Philly a bag of heroin is less costly than a pack of smokes. For $5 you can buy a bag of smack, $10 for a pack of cigarettes or $7 for a six pack of beer.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Michelle, @anonymous1963

    “murder victims are blacks while drug deaths are white”

    Can’t do much about black homicidal tendencies and poor impulse controls. But whites could choose to stop taking drugs.

  66. Not arrested? Didn’t he commit the crime of soliciting prostitution? How about committing a lewd act in public? Public nudity? The fuzz are pathetic. Reminds me of a song from the Beatles. Why don’t we d-do it in the road? No one will be arresting us. Why don’t we do it in the road?

  67. @Travis
    @Michelle

    The Blacks are also killing themselves....Few here seem to care why so many white Americans are addicted to drugs and what can be done about it. They are more concerned with Asian kids doing better on the SAT exam.

    This is one reason whites will be a minority by 2040. Most whites have no sympathy for the whites who are struggling. While many whites will spend much work trying to figure out a way to make Blacks less violent or even join in on the protests when armed Blacks are shot by the police. There are no whites who give a dam about the whites struggling today.

    One reason half your grandchildren will not be white , so many whites have been spurned and the answer to why gets the same response , Fuck em they deserve to die young because they are drug addicts.

    Replies: @Supply and Demand, @KenH

    That’s why I got ahead of the curve and ensured my children were half-Chinese.

  68. @Travis
    @Michelle

    The Blacks are also killing themselves....Few here seem to care why so many white Americans are addicted to drugs and what can be done about it. They are more concerned with Asian kids doing better on the SAT exam.

    This is one reason whites will be a minority by 2040. Most whites have no sympathy for the whites who are struggling. While many whites will spend much work trying to figure out a way to make Blacks less violent or even join in on the protests when armed Blacks are shot by the police. There are no whites who give a dam about the whites struggling today.

    One reason half your grandchildren will not be white , so many whites have been spurned and the answer to why gets the same response , Fuck em they deserve to die young because they are drug addicts.

    Replies: @Supply and Demand, @KenH

    There are no whites who give a dam about the whites struggling today.

    Because showing concern for fellow whites is “white supremacy” and perpetuates racism. But you are entirely correct that whites have zero tolerance for fellow whites who are struggling with addiction or other problems but will empty half their bank accounts or put their lives at risk to help blacks with their many pathologies and character defects.

    Most Christian churches spend all of their time raising money for black Africa or to help Muslim and non-white refugees.

    • Replies: @Travis
    @KenH

    even the alt-right and white nationalist who have little concern for Blacks here at the Unz reveiw seem to have no concern for the millions of white Americans currently battling drug and alcohol addictions..As seen by posters here, most of whom would not show any empathy toward the whites and their families effected by the drug epidemic which killed more Whites under the age of 80 than coronavirus has this year alone.

  69. Didn’t Cipriano mis-gender the perp/victim?

  70. @James O'Meara
    @Anon

    "If DeVonte’ Douglass keeps it up, he’ll clean out the male prostitution problem in Phillie in no time."

    His defense should play up the vigilante angle. He breaks the rules, but gets the job done. He's the hero Philly needs.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Gary in Gramercy, @Ray P

    Is this the black queer version of I spit on your grave?

  71. @Jack D
    @Gary in Gramercy

    Although the name and spelling "hoagie" probably goes back no further than WWII (or perhaps WWI), its exact origins (although emanating from the Philadelphia area) are lost in the mists of history. There are a number of origin stories and it's not clear which one is the correct one.

    What IS clear is that Italian immigrants all over America (especially in the ports where immigrants landed) had a tradition of making sandwiches on Italian type bread rolls with antipasto type fillings and such sandwiches were given many different regional names (sub, hero, grinder, wedge, etc.) in an era when our culture was less nationally unified. Everyone identifies pizza as Italian (and it's called pizza almost everywhere except New Haven where it is apizza), but the Italian origins of the hoagie type sandwich are less widely understood, perhaps because there was no Italian name for it.

    Replies: @Cauchemar du Singe

    Colonial Era pigpen, Hog Island shipyard, Philadelphia…adjacent the airport, industrial area.
    Now not an island because channel was filled.
    Early 20th Century Italian workers at the shipyard brought unique sandwiches that came to be called “hoggies” ; linguistically altered via dialect and inflection to “hoagies” (ho-gheez), “hoagie” (ho-ghee).

    To be authentic, needs a real American-Italian style sandwich roll…hard to find in most of USA.
    This type roll also to be used in a real Philly Cheesesteak sandwich…like at Gino’s…and NOT at Pat’s.
    Philly, despite all of its Communist/Khazar/Black/Hispanic problems, also has a unique style of pizza, which is also common to South Jersey, due to heavy Summertime traffic back and forth between…
    Fiwwy and Da Shore.
    Ca-pish ?

  72. @KenH
    @Travis


    There are no whites who give a dam about the whites struggling today.
     
    Because showing concern for fellow whites is "white supremacy" and perpetuates racism. But you are entirely correct that whites have zero tolerance for fellow whites who are struggling with addiction or other problems but will empty half their bank accounts or put their lives at risk to help blacks with their many pathologies and character defects.
    '
    Most Christian churches spend all of their time raising money for black Africa or to help Muslim and non-white refugees.

    Replies: @Travis

    even the alt-right and white nationalist who have little concern for Blacks here at the Unz reveiw seem to have no concern for the millions of white Americans currently battling drug and alcohol addictions..As seen by posters here, most of whom would not show any empathy toward the whites and their families effected by the drug epidemic which killed more Whites under the age of 80 than coronavirus has this year alone.

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