The unreported reverse racism marches on:

Delbert-BeltonCheck this out.  It is a race crime, plain and simple.

Un- or -under reported?  Naturally.  The race of the suspects plastered up front, early in the article, as it would have been had the suspects been white and the victim black?

Of course not.


Patrick Buchanan weighs in here.



DC Homicides:

Black Crime[Meanwhile, back at the ranch.]

I was scurrilously chasing down negative events in the life of Mr Obama (as in) .  .  .

- Tracked movements via key card, traced calls, searched email...
- FLASHBACK: Admin war on FOX...
- REPORT: DOJ Leaked Docs to Smear Fast & Furious Whistleblower...
- Administration's Two-Front War...
- RNC Chief: Obama Creating 'Atomsphere of Guerilla Warfare'...
- Congressman: Impeachment is an option...
- 'Richard Milhous Obama'...

.  .  . whilst in the process of seeking a new post topic, when I came upon this little ditty in the sidebar of a Washington Post article:

Homicides in the District

The Post tracked all homicides in D.C. between 2000 and 2011 to learn what happened to each case. It found that fewer than a third of the homicides have led to a conviction for murder or manslaughter. Find homicides in your neighborhood and see citywide trends here.

Some of my first thoughts:

And this, DC, an area with a long and proud history of Management By Leftists whose first thought is to create infinite laws proscribing firearms.

Because, apparently, all those anti-firearm laws have been to the great benefit of DC itself, yes?

The citizens of DC buttressed, of course, in their witnessing and testimony in the numerous homicide investigations extant and in the past, secure in the knowledge that DC’s firearms laws will ensure their forthright and honest statements to the police, and that those black citizens and their families who have been victimized will stand up for their loved ones who have been heinously gunned down in cold blood.

Unless, of course, those surviving family members happen to be of the same criminal ilk or gang of the victims and, due to that allegiance, find it incumbent not to cooperate in any fashion with the police.

Because of the inherent doomed gangbanger and Free Cheese welfare lifestyle they have purposely chosen and purposely and steadfastly refuse to disavow.  This is, after all, black-on-black crime.

For clarity, I now refer to a wonderful 1991 book by David Simon, “Homicide,” which spawned not only the TV show “Homicide” but Simon’s “The Wire” as well, whose detectives believed in the 10 Rules of a Homicide Investigation:

  1. Everyone lies. Murderers lie because they have to; witnesses and other participants lie because they think they have to; everyone else lies for the sheer joy of it, and to uphold a general principle that under no circumstances do you provide accurate information to a cop.
  2. The victim is killed once, but a crime scene can be murdered a thousand times.
  3. The initial 10 or 12 hours after a murder are the most critical to the success of an investigation.
  4. An innocent man left alone in an interrogation room will remain fully awake, rubbing his eyes, staring at the cubicle walls and scratching himself in dark, forbidden places. A guilty man left alone in an interrogation room goes to sleep.
  5. It’s good to be good; it’s better to be lucky.
  6. When a suspect is immediately identified in an assault case, the victim is sure to live. When no suspect has been identified, the victim will surely die.
  7. First, they’re red. Then they’re green. Then they’re black. (Referring to the color of an open case on the board, the money that must be spent to investigate the case, and the color of the solved murder as it is listed on the board)
  8. In any case where there is no apparent suspect, the crime lab will produce no valuable evidence. In those cases where a suspect has already confessed and been identified by at least two eyewitnesses, the lab will give you print hits, fiber evidence, blood typings and a ballistic match.
  9. To a jury, any doubt is reasonable; the better the case, the worse the jury; a good man is hard to find, but 12 of them, gathered together in one place, is a miracle.
  10. There is no such a thing as a perfect murder. Always has been, and anyone who tries to prove otherwise merely proves himself naive and romantic, a fool who is ignorant of Rules 1 through 9.

Let us now reflect on the wonders of Leftists and Demorats who began the trend of forcefully and systematically separating black fathers from the family unit in the 60s under the guise of LBJ’s Great Society, and whose steadfast political Free Cheese betrayal has resulted in the outright butchering of hundreds of thousands of black males, women, children, infants and the unborn due to violence and abortion.

Yeah, those gun laws, the Free Cheese, that certainly has had its benefits to the “black community” has it not, ladies and gentlemen?




STOP THE PRESSES! Donald Duck is a racist!

Donald Duck, RacistPut Chris Dorner on hold!  Put our $16 trillion dollar deficit on hold!  Put the loss of our freedoms on hold!  Kick all that aside!

Because, this just in: Donald Duck is a racist!

From the UKDailyMail:

Finally the (White) family (which is black) gave up and left, only to turn back and see Donald hugging the white children that had been waiting behind her.

A second family has come forward with claims that a Disneyland character ignored their children because of the color of their skin.

But here’s the best part of the story!

Attorney Dan Gilleon is now representing both families.

It’s time to sue Disneyland for the inactions of that evil, racist duck!

Ah, thank God there are attorneys; we’ll all rest better tonight.




Danny Glover: “2nd Amendment was created to protect slavery”

Actor Danny Glover, who clearly needs to acquire some kind of actual formal education, spoke on Thursday of this week to a group of Texas A&M students.

He said:

“I don’t know if you know the genesis of the right to bear arms.  The Second Amendment comes from the right to protect themselves from slave revolts, and from uprisings by Native Americans.  A revolt from people who were stolen from their land or revolt from people whose land was stolen from, that’s what the genesis of the second amendment is.”

This ridiculous statement, by a man who sees his entire world framed only in terms of melanin, is immured below:

I can only conclude two things from the facts in evidence:

1. Mr Glover is an uneducated dolt, and
2. Mr Glover is nothing more than a well-paid racist

Of course, Mr Glover has every right to say what he wishes.  As I have every right to point out said verbal idiocies.




Redskins QB a “cornball brother”

bounty black panther hypocrisyWhy?

Because in USA Today he was quoted as saying:

“For me, you don’t ever want to be defined by the color of your skin. You want to be defined by your work ethic, the person that you are, your character, your personality. That’s what I’ve tried to go out and do.  I am an African-American in America. That will never change. But I don’t have to be defined by that.’’

Robert Parker, a black ESPN commentator, disagrees — as he called Robert Griffin III a “cornball brother.”  Translated: you’re not sufficiently “down” for blacks.

Apparently Mr Parker has never heard of or read anything of Martin Luther King, Jr:

“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”

Additional black hypocrisy, anyone?