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Even in Utah, discrimination against white people is tolerated. No, not just tolerated.


Why? It turns out the NBA’s Utah Jazz has a scholarship program only available to non-whites. And the Republican Governor of the state of Utah is okay with this… because the owner of Jazz can do what they want since they are a “private” entity.

And this anti-white policy represents creating “equal opportunities.”

The anti-white future is upon us, with a Republican Governor of a heavily white (Republican) state applauding the anti-white actions of the NBA owner in creating a scholarship fund exclusively for nonwhites.

Talk to us again about white privilege?

Remember… for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

The rise of anti-anti-whites is upon us.





Why not just make it illegal for the public sector to hire or promote white people? Isn’t this the only way to TRULY combat white privilege and systemic racism?

Because now we learn the U.S. State Department is just too white, painfully staffed with insufficient amounts of People of Color.[9 questions for Tony Blinken, Politico, March 17, 2021]:


Blinken’s State Department is racing to address a 232-year-old problem: the department’s overwhelming and entrenched whiteness, Ryan Heath reports. The new Secretary is creating a departmental Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, and appointing a Deputy Assistant Secretary in every departmental bureau to take charge of diversity, equity and inclusion issues. He’s also talked to HBCU students and met with staff groups to hear firsthand about their experiences

But it’s a long, tough road ahead. After 58 years of active diversity efforts, nearly 90 percent of senior staff is white, notes career diplomat Amb. Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley. “It was more diverse in 1986,” said Eric Rubin, president of the American Foreign Service Association.

The new team is also leading by example: public facing senior staff include spokesperson Ned Price, who is openly gay, and his deputy Jalina Porter. The first confirmed ambassador is Linda-Thomas Greenfield. But pressures are building between State’s culture of conformity, America’s race reckoning, changed expectations after #MeToo, and the demands of younger staff.

Amb. Melanne Verveer and Amb. Bonnie Jenkins, President Biden’s nominee to lead arms control efforts, are among those who would like a big round of mid-career hires to help rebalance the numbers. Irvin Hicks Jr. — like his father, a senior Black U.S. diplomat — said their combined 60 years experience at State has taught him that “the more things change, the more they stay the same.” His current biggest fear is retention, or the lack thereof: highly educated young diplomats of color have other good options, and seem inclined to take them.

Diplomats of color suggested that getting ahead at State was like “cracking a secret code” to the old white-boys club. One possible solution: formal mentorship or “sponsorship”which would give new recruits advocates in the State system.

Maryum Saifee, a career diplomat, says that new recruits are hard-wired to keep their heads down, making it harder to deal with inappropriate behavior. Former diplomats told POLITICO the situation will not change without a new set of incentives for managers, and protections for staff who speak out. “The department needs to welcome and reward dissent,” said Wes Reisser, a deputy director in the department’s Bureau of International Organizations.

How has America thrived and survived with such low levels of melanin in the State Department?

Diversity. Inclusion. Equity.

As Steve Sailer has noted, equate to a fitting acronym for what the establishment/elite hope happens to whitey: D.I.E.

Entrenched whiteness must be overcome, by any means necessary!




In honor of the memory of George Floyd, those peddling social justice reform are advocating nonviolent criminal acts such as shoplifting from big box stores should no longer be a criminal offense. [Retailers urged to re-think police calls for low-level crimes after George Floyd’s death, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, April 12, 2021]:

George Floyd died in police custody after a corner store clerk reported he had used a fake $20 bill, a nonviolent offense so low-level that police don’t usually take people to jail for it.

Now, as the trial over his death continues to unfold, criminal justice reform experts and diversity specialists are hoping the case will prompt retailers — from small businesses to major chains — to reassess how they treat Black and other minority customers and how they can handle loss prevention cases more equitably.

Retailers, they point out, are on the front lines of racial justice in their own stores.

“While interactions with the police can be fairly infrequent, everyone shops,” said Cassi Pitt­man Claytor, a sociology professor at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, who has studied racial profiling in retail settings. “When [Black people] are asked about the contexts where they are treated unfairly due to their race … shopping in a store ranks above all other settings, including interactions with the police.”

Since Floyd’s death last May, many retailers have made public promises committing to racial equity. Several companies, including Twin Cities-based Target and Best Buy, have shared their plans to diversify hiring and made financial contributions to Black-owned businesses and organizations focused on fighting inequality.

But some criminal justice reform advocates say retailers need to do more to create and enforce policies to address how racial bias negatively impacts customers.

“I don’t think that they really have dealt with and have been honest about dealing with it,” said Jesse Ross, a local diversity and inclusion consultant who has worked with a range of retailers. “It’s ‘Oh we’re going to put out money,’ and ‘Oh, we’re going to give a couple bonuses’ and all of these things, but we are not addressing the very grassroots-level issues that could probably prevent so many other things like a George Floyd from happening.”

Ross, who is Black, said he has been racially profiled in stores, and he doesn’t think many retailers have transparent complaint processes where they evaluate and respond to reports of customer mistreatment.

“Certainly in loss prevention, there are certain behaviors that look sketchy that you are supposed to look out for or pay attention to, but then there’s also that profiling that we know happens,” Ross said.

In response to community outcry following Floyd’s death, the owner of the Cup Foods store said they would no longer contact police in cases of nonviolent crime, as they did for Floyd’s suspected counterfeit bill.

Raymond Moss, who runs the St. Paul-based Carl Moss Institute that helps young people who have been incarcerated re-enter society, believes more stores need to forgo calling the police for small crimes and change the loss prevention culture among their security officers and staff. Moss worked as a loss prevention officer for large department stores for more than five years when he was younger and now runs his own security company in the Detroit area, in addition to teaching criminal justice college courses online.

Some big-box stores promote making apprehensions, Moss said: “Like you got a board up there, everybody has their name on there and they might set a goal that you need to get four apprehensions for the month. It’s nothing in there to say ‘be a deterrent, let’s deter folks from stealing.’ ”

While security officers are told not to profile people, Moss, who is Black, said he has seen co-workers follow groups of Black shoppers around the store floor. Moss would try to play his two-way radio loud when he got close to somebody he suspected was stealing to scare them into ditching the item. He said he has seen how a minor crime like shoplifting can lead to a life of serious crime.

“Retail is almost like a gateway to other small-type petty crimes,” he said.

When police do become involved, people should be steered to diversion programs with groups that are familiar with working with youth of color, Moss said. Retailers should also phase out using off-duty police officers for store security, he said.

Racial stereotypes that link Black people to criminality lead to excessive surveillance of Black people in stores, despite the fact that shoplifting is a common crime in the general population, Pittman Claytor said. Approximately 1 in 11 Americans have shoplifted, according to the National Association for Shoplifting Prevention.

The end game of Black Lives Matter and affiliated causes is to push to make it illegal to arrest black people who engage in criminal acts.

Thus, the absurdity of the concept of Black-Run America (BRA) has nearly come to fruition.


What is life like in Atlanta, the purported “Black Mecca” of America? It’s a city where the black majority continually stress-test the concept of “Black Lives Matter,” to the point where police have embarked on a social media campaign begging residents to stop shooting each other. [Atlanta cops beg residents to stop shooting each other in new campaign, New York Post, April 10, 2021]:

Maybe if they just ask nicely.

The Atlanta Police Department has taken to social media to beg residents: please stop shooting each other.

“We’re hoping that people will see the message and think twice before they resort to picking up a gun,” department spokeswoman Chata Spikes told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

“Anger + Guns Adds Up to Nothing Good,” reads a Facebook post that pictures the equation’s answer as a flower-bedecked coffin.

“You cannot put the bullet back in the chamber once it is discharged,” the post explains. “Many have learned this the hard way.”

Murders in Atlanta surged by about 60 percent in the first three months of 2021, according to the report — while the city has logged 167 reported shootings since Jan. 1, up more than 50 percent from the first three months of 2020.

Repeat after me: Black. Lives. Matter.





When was the last time a white individual murdered a black family?



The corporate/regime media would never let us forget this heinous crime. NEVER.

Academia would never fail in rehashing this story and Hollywood (every streaming service) would never fail in retelling the story.

Nevertheless, their Name is is Adah and Noah Lesslie. They were two white children murdered by a black NFL player. [NFL player Phillip Adams killed 5, including 2 kids and himself, in South Carolina: Authorities,, April 8, 2021]:

Former NFL player Phillip Adams fatally shot five people, including a prominent doctor, his wife and their two grandchildren before killing himself early Thursday.

York County Sheriff Kevin Tolson told a news conference that investigators had not yet determined a motive for Wednesday’s mass shooting.

“There’s nothing right now that makes sense to any of us,” Tolson said.

Dr. Robert Lesslie, 70, and his wife, Barbara, 69, were pronounced dead in their home in Rock Hill along with grandchildren Adah Lesslie, 9, and Noah Lesslie, 5, the York County coroner’s office said.

A man who had been working at the Lesslie home, James Lewis, 38, from Gaston, was found shot to death outside. A sixth victim, Robert Shook, 38, of Cherryville, North Carolina, was flown to a Charlotte hospital, where he was in critical condition “fighting hard for his life,” said a cousin, Heather Smith Thompson.

At Thursday’s news conference, Tolson played audio of two 911 calls, the first from an HVAC company that employed Lewis and Shook. One of the men, the caller said, had called him “screaming” and saying that he had been shot, and that his coworker was shot and “unresponsive.”

“I think there’s been a bad shooting,” a different man said in a second 911 call, saying he was outside cutting his grass and heard “about 20” shots fired at the Lesslie home before seeing someone leave the house.

Tolson said evidence at the scene led authorities to Adams as a suspect. He said they went to Adams’ parents’ home, evacuated them and then tried to talk Adams out of the house. Eventually, they found him dead of a gunshot wound to the head.

Tolson said both a .45-caliber and 9mm weapon were used in Wednesday’s shooting.

A person briefed on the investigation told The Associated Press earlier Thursday that Adams had been treated by Lesslie, who lived near his parents’ home. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn’t authorized to speak publicly.

However, Tolson would not confirm that Adams had been the doctor’s patient.

Lesslie worked for decades as an emergency room doctor, board-certified in both emergency medicine and occupational medicine and serving as emergency department medical director for nearly 15 years at Rock Hill General Hospital, according to his website.

He and his wife had four children and nine grandchildren, and were actively involved with their church, as well as with Camp Joy, which works with children with disabilities and where Lesslie served as camp physician for a week each summer. On Thursday, Tolson said the family had asked that any memorials be made to the camp.

Adams, 32, played in 78 NFL games over five seasons for six teams. He joined the 49ers in 2010 as a seventh-round draft pick out of South Carolina State, and though he rarely started, he went on to play for New England, Seattle, Oakland and the New York Jets before finishing his career with the Atlanta Falcons in 2015.

As a rookie, Adams suffered a severe ankle injury and never played for the 49ers again. Later, with the Raiders, he had two concussions over three games in 2012.

Whether he suffered long-lasting concussion-related injuries wasn’t immediately clear. Adams would not have been eligible for testing as part of a broad settlement between the league and former players over such injuries, because he hadn’t retired by 2014.

Adams’ father told a Charlotte television station he blamed football for his son’s problems, which might have led him to commit Wednesday’s violence.

“I can say he’s a good kid — he was a good kid, and I think the football messed him up,” Alonzo Adams told WCNC-TV.

Deputies were called around 4:45 p.m. Wednesday to the Lesslies’ home, and evacuated the neighbors as they searched for hours for a suspect.

Allison Hope, who lives across from Adams’ parents’ home, about a mile from the Lesslies, said police allowed her to return home around 9 p.m. Wednesday. Moments later, a vehicle pulled into the Adams’ driveway and law enforcement quickly surrounded the property.

She said they spent hours negotiating with Phillip Adams, using a loudspeaker and sending in a robot to scan the house. She said authorities repeatedly asked Adams to come out, and promised to get his disabled mother out safely, before Adams shot himself.

“This is something I can’t grasp yet. I can’t put it all together and I’m trying to,” Hope said.

Adams often isolated himself, even as a player, his agent, Scott Casterline, told the AP. Casterline said he spoke regularly with Adams’ father, who left him a voicemail Wednesday morning.

“This is so unlike him. He had to not be in his right mind, obviously,” Casterline said, adding that Adams struggled away from the game.

“He had an injury his rookie year. Some teams wrote him off and he had that stigma of a guy who was hurt,” Casterline said. “It was hard for him to walk away from the game, especially a guy as dedicated as he was.”

“We encouraged him to explore all of his disability options and he wouldn’t do it,” Casterline added. “I knew he was hurting and missing football but he wouldn’t take health tips offered to him. He said he would but he wouldn’t.”

“I felt he was lost without football, somewhat depressed.”

Cowboys cornerback Kevin Smith, who trained Adams, said the former NFL player had opened a shop selling smoothies before COVID-19 hit. Both he and Casterline emphasized Adams didn’t drink or do drugs.

Lesslie founded two urgent care centers and had traveled the country giving lectures to an emergency nurses’ group, his website said. He wrote a weekly medical column for The Charlotte Observer and became a prolific author, writing several volumes with advice on how to lower cholesterol and blood pressure, and lose weight.

The physician also penned a number of collections of what he termed “inspiring true stories” from his work.

“I know without a doubt that life is fragile,” Lesslie wrote in one of those books, “Angels in the ER.”

When you have children, every illusion in life fades. Everything you ever believed as theoretical becomes irrelevant and the protection of your children becomes paramount.

There was a mass black on white shooting (murder) only a few days ago, and the names Adah and Noah Lesslie mean literally nothing to Americans across the nation. They were two white children murdered by a former black NFL player.

And no one cares.

White privilege? Structural equality? Implicit bias?

Tell Adah and Noah Lesslie how much these ideas exist.

RIP Adah and Noah Lesslie.


Black Lives Matter, take 1,004… [‘Provocative’ billboard campaign targets homicides and violent crime in Charlotte, Charlotte Observer, March 22, 2021]:

When Charlotte recorded its highest number of homicides — 122 in 1993 — the local chapter of 100 Black Men of America launched a billboard campaign to address the violence. Nearly 30 years later, after another record-setting year of homicides, the organization is bringing back the same campaign.

On Monday, 100 Black Men of Greater Charlottere-launched its Stop the Violence effort to help reduce the rise in homicides in the city. The organization primarily mentors young Black men, but spokesman Johnathan Hill said the group decided it wanted to address how many of the victims fall into that demographic after last year’s deadly spike.

The campaign consists of 34 “provocative” billboards across the Charlotte region as well as a series of community panels, according to 100 Black Men of Greater Charlotte’s website. The group also hopes to partner with the city to connect people to violence prevention resources and also hold community listening sessions.

The billboards were expected to be up by the end of Monday, Hill said.

The messages on the billboards, splashed against a black background, read: “Our Pandemic. Together we can cure the violence,” “We can’t all rise. If we’re not all here” and “We’re losing the Black race.”

Charlotte ended 2020 with 123 homicides before the Mecklenburg District Attorney’s Office reclassified two cases as justified homicides . The city has also seen an increasing number of homicides each year since 2014, when there were only 44 murders.

The victims tended to be young Black men. According to previous reporting by The Charlotte Observer, nearly 80% of the victims were Black, over half of the victims were under 30 and separately, male.

According to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, Charlotte has seen 18 homicides this year. A year ago at this time, there were 21 homicides.

Hill said the organization hopes that everyone— not just those living in high-crime neighborhoods — will find inspirations in the billboards to discuss violence.

“We wanted to make sure (the billboard) resonated with them from their specific perspective in their view from the youngest child all the way up to someone sitting in the boardroom somewhere,” he said.

Charlotte, North Carolina is a majority white city, but homicide appears to be an avocation primarily committed by the black minority population.

The violence of black people, almost exclusively by black individuals targeting other blacks, has nothing to do with white people.

It has everything to do with a lack of impulse control and a poor future time-orientation, which is a key indicator why these billboards must be tailored to the black community of Charlotte. Because without this community, Charlotte would be virtually free of violent crime.

Keep telling us Black Lives Matter, because billboards in Charlotte depicting black people shooting other black people – and begging such violence ends or else the black race is “lost” – is a powerful reminder they do not.


Virtually every day, I wish I could turn away and not pay attention to what’s happening. Years ago as an undergraduate, Steve Sailer told me candidly not to pay attention to race. It wasn’t worth it.

To let it go.

I was prepared to do just this, until a friend of mine I grew up with was murdered in the streets of Atlanta back in 2011. Her sin? Her crime? Being white.

It’s been almost 10 years and not a day goes by that I don’t think about Brittney Watts.

She was gunned down by a black male engorged by anti-white hatred learned through white privilege teachings in college, compelling him to target two other white females in a racial shooting spree virtually no one remembers.

Save me.


We aren’t supposed to remember these names. We aren’t supposed to remember what happened to them or how they were murdered. How their final moments on earth passed them by, and just who/whom ended their lives.

But I do.

Her Name Is Mary Ann Elvington. [Suspect in elderly Horry Co. woman’s death had extensive criminal history, WPDE.COM, APRIL 1, 2021]:

Officials arrested Dominique Davonah Brand, 29, of Marion, for his connection to the kidnapping and murder of 80-year-old Mary Ann Elvington on Wednesday, according to a tweet from the Horry County Police Dept.

A source connected to the investigation told us Brand turned himself in Wednesday to authorities.

Brand is also charged with possession of a firearm by a felon and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime, the post said.

ABC15 requested a background check on Brand from the State Law Enforcement Division. According to the background check information, his criminal history is lengthy:

  • In 2008, Brand was convicted on two misdemeanor petty larceny charges out of the city of Marion. He was sentenced to 15 days in jail, but that was suspended if he paid a fine and restitution.
  • In 2009, Brand sentenced under the youthful offenders act on a non-violent second degree burglary charge. The sentence was not to exceed six years in prison.
  • In June 2011, Marion Police charged Brand with 10 second degree burglary charges and seven petty larceny charges.
  • In September 2011, Marion County Sheriff’s deputies charged Brand with three counts of second degree burglary and two counts of grand larceny.
  • In October 2011, Marion Police charged him with malicious injury to personal property; breaking into auto tanks where fuel is stored; two counts of malicious injury to real property; two counts of grand larceny; and four counts second degree burglary.
  • In 2012, he was in court on all of those 2011 charges where he was convicted on multiple violent second degree burglary charge and sentenced to 15 years in prison on all charges to run concurrently. He was also convicted on other lesser charges and was ordered to pay restitution.
  • He is now facing kidnapping, possession of a weapon during a violent crime, possession of a firearm by a convicted violent felon and murder charges in connection with the death of Elvington.

Chrysti Shain, with the South Carolina Department of Corrections, said Brand was admitted to SCDC under the Youthful Offender Act on Sept. 19, 2009.

He was released to Marion County YOA parole on Feb. 2, 2010. His sentence was satisfied on July 21, 2011.

He was readmitted to SCDC on Feb. 10, 2012 after pleading guilty to five counts of second-degree burglary from Marion County. He was sentenced to 15 years, of which he is required to serve one-third before being eligible for parole.

He was released on parole in Marion County on April 13, 2018.

“If he had not been released on parole, he would have been released on supervised reentry in June 2019. His official max-out date was December 2019,” she said.

The investigation into Elvington’s death is still ongoing across multiple jurisdictions with the assistance of local, state, and federal authorities.

Several deputies along with the SLED were gathered Wednesday afternoon outside a home on Pine Street in Marion.

We confirmed with Sheriff Brian Wallace that this house was searched in connection to Elvington’s murder case.

Elvington was reported missing and a search was launched Sunday. Her car was located by authorities first in Marion County, and her body was later found Monday.

Elvington’s longtime pastor at Mt. Olive Baptist Church told us he is relieved an arrest has been made so that her family can start to heal.

“We were very excited, very relieved to hear of this person being apprehended, it does bring a measure of peace. Like I said, it doesn’t undo all the evil that has been done but it does help heal the heart to know this person has been stopped” said Stephen Vipperman.

It would be a disservice to the memory of my friend Brittney Watts if I didn’t keep going and document what’s happening across America.

We aren’t supposed to notice the Anti-White wave attempting to capsize the nation our ancestors built on this continent, and the only duty we have is to stand against this force and never, ever capitulate.

No, it’s bigger than that.

It’s to say their names. And to document what happened.

I wish I didn’t care. But, in the memory of my friend Brittney Watts, I do.

Her Name Is Mary Ann Elvington (a loving Christian woman), a beautiful white grandmother, murdered by a black career criminal.

Were white privilege real, the only name preached by the corporate media would be Mary Ann Elvington. Instead, all we hear about is George Floyd.


Nothing else to say. Every segment of American society is anti-white, to the detriment of the society white people uniquely created. It’s all a nosedive to the African mean from here… [United Airlines prepares to shake up white, male-dominated pilot population, Reuters, April 6, 2021]:

United Airlines said on Tuesday it wants women and people of color to make up at least half of the 5,000 pilots it plans to train this decade at its new flight school, a push to diversify a career traditionally dominated by white men.

The announcement comes as U.S. airlines resume pilot hiring halted last year during the pandemic and as they find themselves in the crosshairs of politically charged issues involving race.

“We want to make sure that we are tapping into a big deep talent pool and not limiting ourselves to just one section of the pond,” Chief Communications Officer Josh Earnest said on a Zoom call with journalists.

Chicago-based United joined Delta Air Lines and American Airlines on Monday in speaking out against voting restrictions following recent legislation in states like Georgia that activist groups say unfairly target Black and other racial minority voters.

United is the only major U.S. airline to own a flight school, the United Aviate Academy, which it bought last year just before vanishing demand because of the pandemic forced the industry to scale back its operations.

Now, as more Americans are vaccinated, airlines are ramping up again.

United plans to hire 10,000 pilots by 2030, half coming through its academy, and the rest from other airlines or the U.S. military.

Of United’s roughly 12,000 pilots, about 7% are women and 13% people of color, the company said.

There are fewer than 100 black women pilots flying for major airlines, United pilot Carole Hopson said on the call, adding this situation had to change.

Becoming a pilot can be a long and costly pursuit and the company is offering $1.2 million in academy scholarships.

The airline’s credit card partner, JPMorgan Chase, will fund another $1.2 million for women and people of color accepted to the academy, which expects to enroll 100 students this year.

United said it hopes the program gives it an advantage in recruiting and training pilots as the industry braces for a wave of retirements at the mandatory age of 65 and after thousands retired early during the pandemic.

How dare white men train to be pilots!

How dare white men excel at training to be pilots!

How dare People of Color don’t be immediately bestowed the honor of flying planes, without training to be pilots!

America, as presently constituted in its extreme anti-whiteness, is irredeemable.

White privilege is a myth. Extreme anti-whiteness from Corporate America is a fact.



So about that whole Black Lives Matter trope… [Dallas Nonprofit ‘The Value Of A Life’ Raising Awareness About ‘Black On Black Crime’,, March 24, 2021]:

In the wake of last Saturday’s deadly shooting at Pryme Bar, a Dallas nonprofit is bringing attention to what it describes as a “black on black crime” problem in Dallas.

In an attempt to raise awareness and create change, The Value of a Life is working to make investments in the lives of black men.

“We tend to not want to show each other unfavorable, and in this case because it’s a life, we have to come out of that shell,” The Value of a Life founder Bruce Carter said.

National Black Police Association – Dallas President Sgt. Sheldon Smith agrees.

“We can no longer sit back and not talk about it,”he said. “Bring it to the forefront.”

Sgt. Smith said in Dallas, 43 people were murdered so far this year. Twenty-three of the victims are black males between the ages of 20-29. And twenty-three of the suspects are also in that demographic.

“If you have an African-American son and he’s between the ages of 20 and 29, you need to sit down and have a talk with him and tell him don’t let your emotions and a one second decision cost you time out of your life,” he said. “We cannot solve crime alone as a police force. It’s going to take the citizens and the police department.”

“We’ll bring up new black men by serving and helping them and I think we’ll change where people’s mindsets are,” Carter said.

Wednesday they starting with 23 year-old CaTavien Barnett.

“He has a one-year-old baby and says he doesn’t want to be a victim of the streets,” Carter said. “He wants to do good.”

“A lot of us we have pain going on in the mind – people of color, they don’t want to speak about it because they feel like they’re not being heard or being seen,” Barnett said.

Barnett has dreams of becoming a videographer so The Value of Life and partner organizations are giving him a new camera and laptop to make content that promotes positive, impactful messages in his community. Barnett said this will change the trajectory of his life and others.

“Opportunity is the greatest gift you can give anyone,” Carter said.

”I feel like it’ll be a great thing that will come in the future,” Barnett said.

This article is basically an admission of racial differences, without admitting their existence. When future time-orientation and impulse control are absent (along with reason and accountability), you get a situation where “The Value of a Life” in educating black people not to kill other black people in Dallas is necessary.

Is there a white equivalent of this organization? An Asian? A Hispanic?

But Black Lives Matter…


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Her Name is Julie Eberly, a white mother of six, murdered in a “road rage incident gone wrong” by a black male.

Remember – America is a society dominated by white privilege, white supremacy, implicit bias, systemic racism, and structural inequality. If all were true, we’d know Julie Eberly was murdered by a black male in a road rage incident gone wrong, and that her six children were now motherless. [Suspect arrested in savage road rage shooting that killed mom of 6, NY Post, April 1, 2021]:

A North Carolina man has been nabbed in a cold-blooded road-rage shooting that left a mom-of-six dead, authorities said Thursday.

Dejywan Floyd, 29, of Lumberton, was arrested early Thursday on first-degree murder charges in the death of 47-year-old Julie Eberly, the Robeson County Sherriff’s Office said.

The arrest comes a week after Eberly was shot through the passenger door of her car as she and her husband, Ryan, were on their way to celebrate their anniversary in Hilton Head.

The couple was driving on Interstate 95 in Lumberton when her husband accidentally cut off another motorist.

“I didn’t see that he was going around me and I pushed him into the shoulder mistakenly. As soon as I was able, I gave him room to get back on the highway,” Ryan told news station WGAL.

But then Floyd allegedly pulled up to them, rolled down the window and fired several shots into the vehicle.

“I saw in my mirror that he was passing us to the right and gunshots were fired, our car was hit. My wife yelled my name. I asked if she was hit and she said ‘yes,’” Ryan said.

Eberly was rushed to University of North Carolina Southeastern Hospital, where she later died from her injuries.

In addition to the murder charge, Floyd is also charged with discharging a weapon into an occupied property.

“Regardless of the circumstances, no one deserved to be murdered while traveling our nation’s highways,” Sheriff Burnis Wilkins said in a statement.

Remember – America is a society dominated by white privilege, white supremacy, implicit bias, systemic racism, and structural inequality. If all were true, we’d know Julie Eberly was murdered by a black male in a road rage incident gone wrong, and that her six children were now motherless.

Is there an example of a white individual gunning down a black person in a road rage incident gone wrong?

Seriously… just one?

RIP Julie Eberly.

Your children deserved better.

Floyd is currently being held without bond at Robeson County Detention Center, authorities said.


Sometimes a story needs no commentary. This is one of them. [Man shot and killed while working on video about Philly gun violence,, March 30, 2021]:

Philadelphia police are trying to figure out who shot and killed a man while he was working on a video about the city’s gun violence.

It happened around 8 p.m. Monday on the 1900 block of West Page Street in Strawberry Mansion.

“This 55-year-old male was working for a production company. They were inside of a private residence. They were interviewing and filming some family members whose children were victims of gun violence in the last two to three years,” Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Scott Small said.

The victim has been identified as Anthony Merriett from the 2100 block of N. Marston St.

Action News is told the anti-violence video was being made to stream on Netflix.

Merriett had exited the home to get more equipment from his van when he was shot multiple times, authorities said.

He was taken to the hospital by police where he was pronounced dead.

The bag with the production equipment was found on the sidewalk along with two cellphones, police said.

A motive is under investigation.

“We don’t know if it was robbery, if his wallet and money were taken,” Small said.

This marked Philadelphia’s 119th homicide of the year.

The Philadelphia City Council will hold a special committee Tuesday on gun violence prevention. The council wants to look at the city’s strategic plan to address gun violence and how to keep children safe.

Know Philadelphia is currently seeing a record wave of gun arrests, but the people charged are less likely to be convicted by the Soros funded DA, Larry Krasner. The reason? Too many black and brown are being arrested for crimes:

Krasner, in the midst of a contested reelection race, said the city’s focus instead should be on other issues — the long-standing structural problems that drive people toward picking up a gun, such as underfunded schools, government neglect of impoverished neighborhoods, and a bloated justice system that has targeted poor and Black and brown residents.

These two stories pretty much sum up life in 2021 America. In an era where we are told repeatedly that Black Lives Matter, it’s important to point out Anthony Merriett Jr. was a black man. Inevitably, his murderer will also be a black male.



We are not supposed to notice.

Those who do are immediately vilified as “racist.”

Meanwhile, we are supposed to celebrate every trivial achievement an individual who happened to be melanin-enhanced who was the first individual of color to accomplish a feat long ago established not just a white individual, but replicated again and again and again by white people.

But our society is said to be dominated by white privilege, structural inequality, implicit bias, and the historical legacy of slavery, where the daunting reminder of roads, schools, and streets (not to mention monuments) named after or honoring Confederate soldiers unites in suppressing little black boys and girls.

But for a little white girl to be murdered by a black individual is hardly news worthy of covering or immediately cause for condemnation of all black people in this affair (as we saw the fentanyl overdose of George Floyd instantly create in castigating all white people for the death of this “innocent” black individual).

In fact, it’s hardly news locally where it happened.

Her Name is Lucia Whalen Bremer. She was a white girl murdered by a black juvenile.

Her life mattered, too. But because she is white, the corporate press found no value in publicizing how she died or who murdered her, because the culprits death was not advantageous in promoting an agenda. An anti-white agenda… [Teenage boy is charged with murder of eighth-grade girl who was shot multiple times in Virginia, Daily Mail, March 28, 2021]:

A teenage boy has been arrested in connection with a shooting that killed an eighth grade girl in Virginia, after a day-long manhunt.

Loved ones identified the victim as Lucia Whalen Bremer, an eighth-grade student at the Quioccasin Middle School in Richmond.

She was shot multiple times on Friday afternoon at the Gayton Forest West subdivision and died at an area hospital soon after.

Police said the suspected shooter fled the scene immediately after opening fire and was arrested on Saturday afternoon about a half-mile away.

His name has not been released due to his age but he is said to be facing charges including second-degree homicide, possession of a firearm by juvenile, and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, according to the Henrico Citizen.

Bremer’s family, who run a local produce business called Liberty Tree Farm, announced her death in a Facebook statement on Saturday.

‘Liberty Tree Farm is saddened to report that our beloved daughter and joyful farmer, Lucia Whalen Bremer, was killed in a senseless act of gun violence on March 26,’ the post read.

‘Thank you for keeping our family in your thoughts as we navigate the next few weeks.’

Henrico County Public Schools posted a photo of the slain student and said the community was ‘heartbroken and devastated’.

Quioccasin Middle School Principal Melanie Phipps released a heartfelt statement remembering Bremer.

‘Lucia was funny. She loved to tell jokes and made people laugh. She was an amazing public speaker, and you would just listen in awe as she spoke. Lucia was wise beyond her years. Talking to her didn’t feel like talking to a middle schooler,’ Phipps wrote.

‘Lucia was exceptional; truly one-of-a-kind. She was brave, hardworking, and kind to everyone. Her smile would light up the entire room.

‘In fact, her mother told me that Lucia’s name means “light”, which is just the perfect way to describe her. She radiated happiness, and she loved our school.’

Phipps said the school was preparing to hold a vigil for Bremer on Sunday. Attendees were urged to wear gray and white, which the principal said were two of Bremer’s favorite colors.

‘Our school will have an additional police presence on Monday, which we appreciate to ensure that everyone feels safe on what we know will be a most difficult day,’ Phipps wrote.

Friday’s shooting shocked the Richmond community and forced a nearby high school into lockdown.

The motive for the shooting remains unclear and anyone with information is urged to contact the Henrico County Police at 804-501-5794.

Police previously described the suspect as a younger black male who is 5’8″ and 125lbs.

Her Name is Lucia Whalen Bremer. She was a white girl murdered by a black juvenile.

Keep lecturing about white privilege.

Keep lecturing about white supremacy.

Keep lecturing about implicit bias, structural inequality, and the historical legacy.

If any of this existed, every white person in America would know a black male murdered Lucia Whalen Bremer.

But none of it does. Hence, few people know how Lucia Whalen Bremer lost her life.

RIP, Lucia. Your life mattered, even if we aren’t supposed to notice who took it.



A white grandmother of five was on her way to work when she was killed by a habitual black female criminal in a “street racing gone wrong” incident. The black criminal was awaiting trial for first degree assault and a burglary charge (with a firearm) at the time of the street racing incident in Birmingham, which ended with the death of the white grandmother.

Her name is Brandy Ballard.

Oh, and once out on bail, the black career criminal went on Facebook to post a video blaming the white grandmother for the wreck. [Woman charged with murder in alleged street racing crash posts video blaming grandmother killed in wreck,, March 26, 2021]:

Relatives of a grandmother killed when she was hit by a woman police say was street racing are livid after the suspect posted a Facebook video with harsh words for the victim.

Carmesia Flannigan, 22, is charged with murder, leaving the scene of an accident with injury and unlawful possession of a controlled substance in the Sunday-morning death of 52-year-old Brandy Ballard.

Flannigan was booked into the Jefferson County Jail Monday at 6:12 p.m. and released at 1:39 p.m. Tuesday after posting $175,000 bond.

Following her release from jail, Flannigan posted a seven-minute video laced with expletives during which she said, “That old ass lady swerved in my lane.”

The video was deleted from Facebook but was posted to YouTube and had nearly 10,000 views by Wednesday morning. A second video was also posted that lasted nearly 25 minutes and was much the same.

“I was so mad I cried,’’ said Tabatha Moore, Ballard’s niece, after viewing the videos. “It’s very frustrating. It’s humiliating.”

“There’s no remorse,’’ Moore said. “There’s no heart involved. I want it stopped.”

Jefferson County prosecutors on Wednesday morning filed to have Flannigan’s bond revoked, and District Judge Katrina Ross granted that request, issuing a warrant for her arrest and ordered she be held without bond. A March 31 hearing has been set for the bond revocation.

Flannigan didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment and ,as of 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, was not in custody.

At the time of her arrest Monday, she was already awaiting trial on a first-degree domestic violence charge from earlier this year and a burglary charge from last year.

In the domestic violence case, court records show, Flannigan is accused of firing a gun into an occupied dwelling on Jan. 3, wounding a woman in the foot. Charging documents describe the victim as a “current or former parent.” She was arrested Jan. 8 and released the same day on $15,000 bond.

In March of 2020, authorities contend, Flannigan, while armed with a gun, broke into a home armed with intent to commit a theft. She was released from jail on $25,000 bond in that incident. In December, the burglary case was forwarded to be heard by a grand jury for indictment consideration.

Assistant District Attorney Jason Wilson, in court records filed Wednesday morning, filed bond revocation motions for her two previous cases. As a condition of bond in those cases, Flannigan was to refrain from further criminal activity.

In that motion, Wilson says Flannigan violated those conditions when, on Sunday morning, she was racing her vehicle in excess of the speed limit on Arkadelphia Road when she crossed the center lie and struck an oncoming vehicle head-on.

“The defendant then fled the scene and falsely reported to law enforcement that her vehicle had been stolen and that she, the defendant, was in Atlanta. The defendant was apprehended by law enforcement and her blood was drawn to be submitted to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences.

Ballard, a home health care worker and grandmother of five, was on her way to work when she was killed. She has been described as the glue of her family and a Godly woman with a heart of gold. Sober for three years and active in the AA community, Ballard had a passion for helping others with substance abuse issues.

Authorities said Ballard was traveling southbound in the 800 block of Arkadelphia Road when Flannigan’s Chevrolet Camaro that crossed over the center line and plowed into Ballard’s vehicle. Ballard died just two blocks from her home.

In the Facebook video, a defiant Flannigan said she’s been wrongly accused, “But I’m not mad. I handle my (expletive) like a mother (expletive) OG would,’’ she said. “Yeah, she dead. She dead but I didn’t do it. She did it to her mother (expletive) self because she ran into me.”

“I been driving Camaros,’’ she said. “This ain’t my first or my last one.” She pointed out that her car would be fixed in 21 days.

“It’s just so uncalled for,’’ Moore said. “We haven’t laid (Ballard) to rest yet and we’re being harassed. Who does that to someone’s family?”

A white grandmother of five was on her way to work when she was killed by a habitual black female criminal in a “street racing gone wrong” incident.

This black female criminal, at the tender age of 22 was out on bail for multiple crimes she was awaiting trial for when she engaged in street racing ultimately costing Brandy Ballard her life.

The criminal justice system in America needs an enema.

RIP Brandy.


Her Name is Connie Tuori, a 93-year-old white woman murdered by habitual black female criminal released by black judge with no bail after being arrested for armed robbery of a 74-year-old woman…

We call this black privilege.[Why was Syracuse murder suspect let out of jail week before killing?,, March 26, 2021]:

The woman accused of killing 93-year-old Connie Tuori at Skyline Apartments in Syracuse had an extensive criminal past, and was released by Judge Felicia Pitts Davis one week before allegedly murdering Tuori.

Over the past year, Victoria Afet was arrested at least 10 times. Her offenses included stabbing, fighting and stealing.

Eight days before Tuori’s murder on Feb. 26, Afet was arrested for armed robbery and attacking a 74-year-old woman at the same apartment building. Court documents say she bit the woman.

“Less than 24 hours later, despite the objections of the Onondaga County DA’s office, Ms. Afet was released with no bail and a week later is alleged to have murdered Connie Tuori,” said Onondaga County District Attorney Bill Fitzpatrick.

Fitzpatrick said that under bail reform, a judge can set bail for a repeat offender. His office requested bail for $50,000, but Pitts Davis let Afet go without any bail.

Pitts Davis is currently in her first term as a city court judge. She ran as a Democrat and was sworn in on Dec. 27, 2020.

CNYCentral reached out to Pitts Davis to ask why she did not set bail for Afet. We were told by Supervising Judge James Murphy, “Judges are ethically prohibited from publicly commenting on pending cases.”

Over the past year, Victoria Afet was arrested at least 10 times. Her offenses included stabbing, fighting and stealing.

And she was released without bail by a black female judge, just prior to murdering a 93-year-old white female.

We call this the consequences of those pushing for criminal justice reform.

RIP Connie Tuori.


White privilege has a price tag.

In our increasingly explicit anti-white country, those white families of Oakland who live below the poverty line will not be eligible for $500 monthly payments which will instead go exclusively to families of color. This race based program has no place for helping out white families who live below the poverty in Oakland, obviously because even a white person who is poor still benefits from white privilege unavailable to non-whites. [City of Oakland Mayor is branded racist for giving families of color $500 a month if they earn under $59,000 with no rules on how they spend it – but offering poor white families nothing, Daily Mail, March 24, 2021]:

  • Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf announced race-based program to give families of color $500 monthly checks
  • Half of the $500 grants will be to families earning under $30,000, in the predominantly ‘BIPOC’ East Oakland area
  • The program, funded by wealthy private donors, explicitly excludes poor white families
  • An estimated 10,000 of Oakland’s 435,000 population are white residents who live in poverty, defined by earning less than $12,880
  • Many of the wealthy white city residents are ‘young transplants’, who move to the Bay Area for high paying jobs in tech and finance

A program to give $500 monthly checks to low-income families of color in Oakland, California, has been criticized for explicitly excluding the 10,000 white residents living in poverty in the city.

The lottery system, funded by private philanthropists, will see the no-strings-attached checks go to households with an annual income of less than $59,000 if they have at least one child. The other half of the $500 checks will go to those earning under $30,000.

According to data from an Oakland Equity Indicators Report, cited by officials to justify favoring people of color, white households earn about three times that of African-American ones.

The same report states around 8 per cent of the city’s white residents, approximately 10,000 people, live in poverty.

Schaaf told the Associated Press the reason for limiting eligibility to black, indigenous and other people of color was that white households in Oakland make on average about three times as much as black households.

Mayor Schaaf said: ‘We have designed this demonstration project to add to the body of evidence, and to begin this relentless campaign to adopt a guaranteed income federally.’

The announcement sparked an angry debate online, as hundreds of commentators on Reddit were critical of the move.

One commenter labeled it ‘pure racism’.

‘Is this even legal? Can a city government legally have a program that’s only for certain races?’

Another explained the program failed to understand the changing demographics of the city.

‘The high income earners in Oakland are mostly young transplants that did not grow up in Oakland. They should have done research on upward social mobility in Oakland and restricted based upon that. But I guess that’s too much work.’

Another wrote: ‘Poor is poor. Being poor and white sucks, you may not get locked up for trivial shit like our dark skinned brothers and sisters but it’s no secret that White Privilege always has and always will require a certain shade of green to your name.’

Because some white people succeed at higher rates than blacks in Oakland, those white people who didn’t find success in life and live below the poverty line must be omitted from a program existing to uplift only the non-white downtrodden.

Because of white privilege or something.



White men need not apply.

Heterosexual white males, that is..


Senators Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) and Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) said earlier this week that they’d refuse to vote for any of President Joe Biden’s nominees who aren’t racial minorities after going public with their anger that the cabinet lacks Asian Americans. The Senators added that they would only vote for a white nominee if the nominee is LGBTQ.

White and straight is a no-go.

Duckworth and Hirono have backed off after a tense exchange between Duckworth and a top Biden aide earlier in the week. In response, the White House agreed to add a senior Asian American and Pacific Islander liaison. So the threat may have been less of a warning for now, but moving forward, the two senators will cite racism and cause chaos among the party if the Biden administration doesn’t follow their requests. If Democratic senators have pledged once to vote against all white candidates, they will do it again. And eventually, they will follow through with it.

In a 50-50 Senate, Duckworth and Hirono’s support is crucial. Any Democrat opposition puts executive branch and judicial picks in jeopardy.

Now, a lack of Asian American representation in the new administration is a valid argument, though opting to vote against all future white candidates, no matter what, is quite the reaction. By the way, the options are not simply white or Asian American, there are other races in consideration.

“This is not about pitting one diversity group against another. So I’m happy to vote for a Hispanic, a Black person, an LGBTQ person, an AAPI person. I’d just like to see more diversity representation,” Hirono said.

I’m not exactly sure how adding more Hispanic, black, and LGBTQ candidates help get more Asian Americans involved, but there you have it.

Duckworth’s mindset was similar, letting the Biden administration know that she is not messing around, that every candidate should be viewed by their race.

“I am a ‘no’ vote, on the floor, on all non-diversity nominees. … I will vote for racial minorities and LGBTQ but anybody else, I’m not voting for,” Duckworth said.

Got that? “Anybody else” is not getting her vote. Per Tammy Duckworth, race and sexual orientation could soon decide your political future.

President Joe Biden didn’t seem to agree, saying “we have a lot of Asian Americans that are in the cabinet and in sub-cabinet levels.”

For those placing bets on whether this threat will be revisited moving forward in every political conversation, here’s Hirono’s response when asked if she is satisfied with the White House’s response:


The Democrat Party has tipped in favor of advancing the lives of Anyone Not White Male (ANWM) at the expense of white males and the civilization only they can create, maintain and advance.

It was never about judging by character, when whiteness (especially that displayed by white males) is the ultimate original sin in 2021.




On March 23, 2021, the idea of the United States of America being a nation fueled by white supremacy, white privilege, systemic racism, implicit bias, structural inequality, redlining, or the terrible legacy of Jim Crow melted away completely, revealing a country dominated by only one unifying concept: unilateral anti-whiteness.

An Islamic terror attack in Boulder, Colorado saw a Syrian refugee target and kill 10 white people.

Were our nation fueled by white supremacy, white privilege, systemic racism, implicit bias, structural inequality, redlining, or the legacy of Jim Crow, this would immediately be the catalyst for the end to all refugee resettlement, legal immigration (immigration moratorium), birthright citizenship, and a call for repatriation of all refugees, the complete removal of illegal immigrants, and the arrest of any elected official who had advocated for amnesty for illegal aliens and any refugee resettlement.

Their Name is… Denny Stong, Neven Stanisic, Rikki Olds, Tralona Bartkowiak, Suzanne Fountain, Teri Leiker, Kevin Mahoney, Lynn Murray, Jody Waters and Eric Talley. All white. All murdered by a non-white, only brought to this nation via refugee resettlement.

Their lives matter, too.

But in 2021, white lives don’t matter.




As the civilization white people created on the North American continent breaks down to the African Mean, somehow white people will be continuously blamed for all transpiring as authorities try and maintain the standards long governing the civilization whites maintained…[Black leaders react to South Beach spring break curfew, crackdown: ‘unnecessary force’, Miami Herald, March 21, 2021]:

After weeks of uninhibited partying on South Beach by spring breakers, police turned away throngs of people — many of them Black — from world-famous Ocean Drive with a SWAT truck, pepper balls and sound cannons.

The tactics were intended to enforce an 8 p.m. curfew announced only hours earlier on Saturday to rid the city of what police and politicians have described as unruly and sometimes violent late-night crowds. And the tactics appeared to have the desired effect: By mid-evening, police tweeted out a picture of the empty intersection at Ocean Drive and Eighth Street.

But the use of force to clear out people of color from South Beach alarmed some Black leaders. And if Miami Beach has openly recoiled at the behavior of at-times chaotic crowds filling the city’s entertainment district every weekend, some in South Florida are having a similar reaction to the way the city and its police have handled the presence of thousands of people of color.

“I was very disappointed,” Stephen Hunter Johnson, chairman of Miami-Dade’s Black Affairs Advisory Committee, said Sunday morning. “I think when they’re young Black people [on South Beach], the response is, ‘Oh my God, we have to do something.’”

Videos on social media showed Miami Beach police arriving on Ocean Drive Saturday evening to find a massive crowd still on the street after the curfew kicked in. Videos also showed officers turning on their sirens and, at one point, firing pepper balls into a crowd, sending people scrambling.

At a special meeting on Sunday, Miami Beach city commissioners extended the Thursday through Sunday curfew and causeway closures through April 12.

Glendon Hall, the chairman of Miami Beach’s newly formed Black Affairs Advisory Committee, said he was on Ocean Drive at the time helping “goodwill ambassadors” guide the crowd off the street, but did not see what led police to use pepper balls. The ambassadors are city employees who hand out masks and help tourists.

Before the dispersal, he said, the crowd was peaceful. Then a Coral Gables SWAT truck drove nearby, and tensions rose. The pepper-ball shots set off panic, and the crowd rushed down the street. Hall took cover behind a tree.

“The truck showed up and nobody knew why the truck was there,” he said. “When we tried to calm things down, that hyped things up.”

Somehow, black people violating all rules and regulations in South Beach is the fault of white people and just another exaggeration of the awesome power and force of white privilege..


His Name is Steven Amenhauser.

He was a white male, 53-years-old.

He was set on fire by two black teens (ages 16 and 14) – who doused Steven in a flammable liquid – and murdered in this “brutal and vicious crime.” [‘I didn’t do it!’ 16-year-old yells at his murder arraignment in death of man set on fire,, March 17, 2021]:

Two teenagers charged with murder in the death of a man set on fire pleaded not guilty in a virtual court arraignment Wednesday.

The same two teenagers were arrested together by Gates Police two months ago for being in a stolen car.

Gates Police charged one teen’s father and the other teen’s mother.

The Gates chief says the charge was for not supervising their children and not knowing where they were. But six weeks after those tickets were written, Rochester Police say the same two teenagers lit a man on fire and he died three days later.

The teenagers, 16-year-old Jayvion Perry and 14-year-old Adriel Riley Jr., are in the Children’s Detention Center on no bail.

The prosecutor called this a “brutal and vicious crime.”

The victim is Steven Amenhauser, a man who grew up in Texas. Police say he lived alone in a Lyell Avenue apartment after his long-time girlfriend died in October. Monroe County Legislator Vince Felder told News10NBC the county will pay for Amenhauser’s funeral. Felder sponsored a bill to raise the amount of money the county can spend on an indigent funeral from $1,250 to $2,000. The bill passed unanimously at the county legislature meeting on March 9.

Capt. Frank Umbrino, RPD Major Crimes: “Unfortunately there was no family in his life at the time of his death. So the reason I’m telling you a little bit about him is because there is nobody else to speak for him.”

Umbrino described Amenhausser as “vulnerable” and in “declining health.”

Police say Amenhauser died three days after Perry and Riley doused him with a flammable liquid and set him on fire.

In a virtual court hearing Wednesday, Perry yelled out “I didn’t do it. I didn’t do it. I told them!”

Jessica Naclerio, the attorney for Riley, told Family Court Judge Stacey Romeo that Riley “helped to stop the fire.”

And the good folks at document why this isn’t an International story. [Media Ignores Two Black Teens Setting Mentally-Ill White Man on Fire, Killing Him,, March 17, 2021]:

A disturbing story emerged over the weekend. Two teens in Rochester, New York set a 53-year-old mentally-ill man on fire, ultimately killing him. Interestingly, unlike many past stories written in The New York Times and USA Today , the races of the involved parties were not mentioned. In 2021, that’s rare. It turns out, the two teens are black and the now-deceased mentally-ill man was white.

I will ask a simple question: what if the roles were reversed? If two white teens randomly set a mentally-ill black man on fire, killing him — it would unequivocally be deemed an act of racism. Riots would break out, social media would go to war, buildings would burn, and talking points would appear around the clock.

Rochester journalist and radio host Bob Lonsberry reports that the two teens instructed the victim to tell authorities they were “white” as they burned him alive. The Daily Wire confirmed Lonsberry’s report.

The demand to lie about the teens’ skin color delivers a strong hint that the assault and murder was possibly racially-motivated. While the order does not definitively prove racism, it’s more evidence toward the label than most incidents the national media has called undoubtedly horrible acts of racism.

Columnist Amanda Prestigiacomo says, “News reports of the incidents concerning Michael Brown, Freddie Gray, Eric Garner and George Floyd, for example, were not shown to be connected to race, other than the media’s injection of the issue into the tragic incidents.”

The police have yet to announce a motive, but do say the teens had no prior connection with the man. And the details are horrific. The teens, ages 14 and 16, snuck into the man’s home on Friday, sprayed him with an ignitable fluid, and set him on fire until 70% of his body was covered in second and third-degree burns. The victim died four days later in a burn trauma unit.

The teens have been charged with only first-degree assault.

A white person hurting a black person is not, on its face, racist, yet we are always told it is. A black person hurting a white person is not, on its face, racist either, but these instances are ignored. In this case where race is a possible motive for the killing based on two reports, the mainstream press refuses to mention race and therefore refuses to consider it.

His Name is Steven Amenhauser.

He was a white male, 53-years-old.

He was set on fire by two black teens (ages 16 and 14) – who doused Steven in a flammable liquid – and murdered in this “brutal and vicious crime.”

Were America REALLY a “white supremacist” country, where white privilege was found around every corner and under every rock (permeating the air we breath), with systemic racism, structural inequality and implicit bias guiding our every decision, the name Steven Amenhauser would be on every tongue, spoken solemnly by every child.

Not George Floyd.

RIP Steven.


So what’s life like near George Floyd Square in Minneapolis, underneath the monument to Black Lives Matter (a raised Black Power fist)?

Warning: stereotype confirmation incoming. [Near George Floyd Square: Revolution by day, devolution by night: The neighbors surrounding the site of George Floyd’s death in south Minneapolis are asking for prayers, and help., Star-Tribune, March 15, 2021]:

Since the death of George Floyd, the sound of gunfire has become common in the area surrounding 38th Street and Chicago Avenue, or George Floyd Square. Above, the raised fist memorial can be seen in the square, which is blocked to traffic.

As neighbors of 38th Street and Chicago Avenue, also known as George Floyd Square or the autonomous zone, we are witnessing a revolution by day and a devolution by night.

Prayer gatherings canceled. Rallies canceled. Visitors arriving with flowers in hand, only to retreat to their cars when greeted by the sound of gunshots. Neighbors ducking for cover behind our houses, children in tow.

The spiritual health of our community, the feeling of being connected to something larger than ourselves, is collapsing.

Here’s an account of some of the events of the past 10 days, on one block adjacent to George Floyd Square, where police are met by hostile groups when responding to our repeated 911 calls:

March 6, 5:45 p.m.: A 30-year-old volunteer is killed in the zone by gunshot. People in the zone are seen picking up shell casings and throwing them into city garbage, loading the gunshot victim into a car to drive him to hospital.

8:20 p.m.: Neighbors call 911 again as multiple shots ring out. Children listen.

March 7: Six garages along our alley are hit by gunfire, one with its owner inside. A car crashes through a fence into a family’s backyard. An 18-month-old had been playing by the fence minutes earlier.

5 p.m.: Thirty shots hit cars and the windows and siding of at least one house, narrowly missing residents watching TV. Parents and children out biking and walking on a sunny day duck behind houses, children watch bullets kicking up dust in the street. A zone leader visits a bullet-riddled house to comfort the family while others from the zone are observed picking up shell casings behind her.

March 8, 2:30 p.m.: Multiple shots fired, a man is photographed perched atop Cup Foods with an assault rifle on a tripod. Children cry. Zone medics are offered to visit neighbors and provide mental health support to those being traumatized.

9:50 p.m.: Thirty shots ring out. A person complains to a neighbor that the neighbor has parked too close to the person’s car. A zone occupant, with no connection to the other parties, fires multiple shots into the neighbor’s car and house. The neighbor, a military veteran, is in the driver’s seat and recognizes an assault rifle with a 30-round clip. The shooter walks back into the zone. Four police squads caravan through and meet the neighbor nearby.

10:16 p.m.: A second 911 call provides a description of the shooter, who remains in the area appearing to wait for some target. Police have just received a call about a teen and adult shot two miles away. Resources exhausted, the police do not respond to our call. The shooter in the zone walks away.

10:45 p.m.: Third 911 call of the night. As some neighbors are picking up shell casings, people near the fist statue in the zone repeatedly yell, “Get the f out of here.” Then a gun is fired from near the fist statue. Four men come out of the zone to tell the neighbors they “weren’t shooting at you.”

The neighbors ask if they are “zone security” and are told no — but one man reports he has his gun. Neighbors ask how to protect themselves and are told the best thing to do is fill the street corners with garbage containers to block off our streets.

March 12, 5 p.m.: A neighbor trying to access home is met in the alley by three young teen girls leaving the zone, pushing a car with no license plate. They say they ran out of gas. They are asked who the driver is — no answer. They are asked whose car it is — no answer. They are asked where they are trying to go and they point to a home. A woman comes out of the home and tells them they can’t park there. They walk away, abandoning the car.

While a neighbor is reporting the abandoned car, she observes a group of well-dressed people being followed by reporters. The neighbor walks into the zone to find attorney Benjamin Crump and the family of George Floyd with Minneapolis City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins. They are greeting businesses owned by people of color who are being impacted by the loss of business in the zone. They inform the group that they are giving $500,000 to the business owners. Two more vehicles with no plates or temporary stickers pass by driving inside the zone.

9:15 p.m.: Thirty shots from inside the zone. One police squad car arrives.

10:20 p.m.: Shooting suspects from another part of the city drive at high speed down our street with multiple squad cars chasing them, along with a helicopter. Fleeing vehicle blows through stop signs and lights. They eventually enter the zone and surrender as a group of zone occupants emerge and shout at the police and each other.

Children are told to go back to sleep.

All of this in honor of a dude who died of a fentanyl overdose while resisting arrest. A fitting denouement for the American Experiment in ignoring race and crime.

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