Commentary by: Gordon King
The “New Black Panthers”. Just the name sounds ominous. They sure don’t look like peace-loving people. In fact, they actually look more militarized then anything. They are unhappy with the verdict of George Zimmerman, found not guilty by the jury. So what do they do? Call for war. I disagree with and am unhappy about many things the government and the court does. Yet, I am not calling for war or violence. This is the system that we have. Like it or not.
The ideology of the New Black Panthers seems to be: “If you don’t like it, violence is the answer”. Hmmm…..that should solve the problem, right? WRONG!
What I am concerned with are the millions of innocent American lives. The people who are caught in the middle, who will be targeted by this group because of the color of their skin. They say that whites are the problem, well, George Zimmerman is not white! He is Hispanic. The last I looked, Hispanics are brown not white! So why are they not targeting Hispanics? Sounds like another excuse to promote violence and hate against white people.
Shabbazz has quoted scripture (out of context) from the Bible. Why? He is obviously not a Christian, nor does he follow Christian values. John chapter 8 verse 44 is speaking about Satan, not white people. He is referring to unbelievers who follow Satan. He should be careful quoting scripture, for he himself is a follower of Satan. How do I know this? By the fruit that he bears.
I wonder why American citizens need to own guns? Hmmmm….., beats me. I mean with all of the hatred and violence in the world, why would anyone in their right mind want to protect themselves? And from what? From a group of organized, violent, racist, anti-American, militarized thugs. That’s ridiculous.
It makes me wonder why the government is so dead set on taking away our guns? Have they tried to take away the guns from the New Black Panthers? I have not heard one word of the government even investigating this group. Why?
Urge followers to ‘take to the streets’ and ‘stay there’
The George Zimmerman verdict is a declaration of war that only the devil can applaud, according to the Twitter feed for the New Black Panther Party.
The Twitter account, managed by the group’s national chairman, Malik Zulu Shabazz, further urged followers to “take to the streets [and] stay there.”
Exclusive: Colin Flaherty covers ‘expert’ reasons, from boredom to serotonin
Spring is here, and the time is right for … excuses for black mob violence.
Since Michael Jagger is not available to update us on his classic Rolling Stones paean to street crime, I thought it would be worthwhile, as a public service, to list the Top 10 excuses often heard in the media for the epidemic of black mob violence … without ever mentioning the words “black mob violence.”
It is only fair: After writing the book “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It,” I learned that not only did people buy the book for themselves, many also bought a couple copies to give to their liberal relatives.
So when people who read “White Girl Bleed A Lot” throw it at you with the admonition “You Need to Read This,” all you have to do is say: 7! Or 2! Or my favorite, No. 10!
Of course, we start in Chicago.
The Chicago Sun-Times is a national leader in 1) denying that racial mob violence exists, and 2) explaining why it does. The paper’s latest excuse for the latest episode of black mob violence in downtown Chicago, which featured 500 people storming through the area, beating and threatening and destroying property?
1) Warm weather.
The Sun-Times excuses have an ad hoc quality to them that gives even the casual reader the impression they are making it up as they go along. Just a month ago, Chicago saw a wicked and violent black mob all on video. All in the ice and snow.
So excuses do not have to be true. Or relevant.
This contest for best excuses was decided in February when Ahmed Shihab-Eldin hosted a live video stream on Huffington Post featuring several experts talking about mob lawlessness. This program packed more than 100 excuses into one 30-minute podcast.
So many excuses. So little space. Let’s check the other nine.
Luke Cho owns a store recently hit with black mob theft.
2) “They are not really bad kids, they just got caught up in the flash mob thing.”
Next up, Jeffrey Ian Ross, a real-life criminologist from Baltimore:
3) “People in groups tend to let their guard down. They think they are oblivious to CTV. The reasons are ‘Boredom to wanting a new pair of jean to wanting to express their discontent.’”
Then the host had to get in on it:
4) “There’s power in numbers so they are more likely to act out? … The anonymity factor might be a contributing factor. … Does adrenaline play a factor?”
Then they brought out the big guns, Dr. Jeff Gardere, a New York City psychologist.
5) “Anonymity reduces their sense of responsibility and accountability. … They are not thinking about the consequences. There are a lot of teens looking for excitement.”
6) “We find that normally good kids get caught up in the excitement of that group and do something that is very wrong.”
Don’t forget, I’m reading these so you don’t have to. I compiled 100 of these, which you can see over at WhiteGirlBleedaLot.com. It’s a public service, don’t forget.
7) “Certainly the adrenaline does not allow us to think the way we should. Serotonin levels also drop, and we need serotonin for more impulse control and to focus more, and we see a lot of neurotransmitters are certainly affected.”
Sweet: Play the serotonin card.
8) “When asked afterward, they have a considerable amount of remorse.”
9) “These are kids. They are not thinking this out.”
And my own favorite came from hip hop giant Dr. Dre, who regrettably did not appear on this broadcast of Huffpo Live. But his explanation is probably the most popular because it appears on one of the best-selling hip hop recordings of all time: “The Chronic”:
10) “When niggaz get together they get mad.”
Rescuer: ‘He couldn’t even defend himself because it was so many kids’
(Editor’s note: Colin Flaherty has done more reporting than any other journalist on what appears to be a nationwide trend of skyrocketing black-on-white crime, violence and abuse. WND features these reports to counterbalance the virtual blackout by the rest of the media due to their concerns that reporting such incidents would be inflammatory or even racist. WND considers it racist not to report racial abuse solely because of the skin color of the perpetrators or victims.)
EDITOR’S NOTE: The links and video in the following report may contain offensive language.
When the people of Jacksonville learned a mob of at least 15 black people had attacked an elderly white man, kicking him and beating him with a big stick, many were not surprised.
There had been at least three other reports of black mob violence in that area in the two days surrounding the Friday attack.
And just two weeks before that, four black people were arrested in connection with the murder of a 13-month old child during a robbery in that area.
But this latest example of black mob violence was different in at least two ways: first, at least one local media outlet identified the mob as black – a rarity among the 500 black mob attacks throughout the country documented in the book “White Girl Bleed a Lot, the return of racial violence and how the media ignore it.”
The local daily paper in Jacksonville has yet to do a story on the assault.
The second surprise was that two Good Samaritans came to the man’s aid, stopping their car, driving away the attackers, and saving the man from further serious injury. Or worse.
The Good Samaritans were black.
One of the heroes was a woman, who asked the Jacksonville ABC affiliate to hide her identity out of fear of retribution. She described the attack:
“We seen a whole bunch of African-American kids you know, beating and stomping on an elderly Caucasian guy and he had bags and everything, he couldn’t even defend himself because it was so many kids,” said the anonymous witness. “Between 10 or 15 kids it could have been more because they just scattered like ants when we came back around.”
The police says there were two other incidents in the area within the same time frame that match the description of the suspects.
As is often the case, local residents who posted comments on the story fleshed out the details of other incidents. Said Paul Calewarts:
I was [near the scene of the attack] the other day and a couple of YBM’s (young black males) standing at a bus stop threatened to take a swing at me as I rode by.
One viewer who identified himself as Vlad Tepes, wondered why the media rarely reports the race of those involved in black mob violence:
“Invariably what is described in the mainstream media as ‘youths’ are, as you know even see the video, are really gangs of young blacks acting as hooligans, rioters, or worse. The first part of accepting reality is to see it as it actually is.”
Mike Johnson said the racial violence is more common than people know:
“This is an epidemic!” Johnson said. “A black mob beating up white people happens several times a month…..and the mainstream media NEVER covers it!”
“Despite the growing number of eyewitness accounts, many of whom post graphic videos, some insist the threat of black mob violence is being exaggerated because white people do it, too.
Says Stephen Croft: “Do I need to remind you that almost every mass shooter has been white and from a broken home? That almost all serial killers are white?”
No arrests have been made.
JTA — The largest student association in Canada passed a resolution endorsing the global boycott, divestment and sanctions campaign against Israel.
With the passage of the resolution, York University’s student association joins two others in Canada — the University of Toronto and Concordia University graduate student associations — in endorsing the BDS campaign, according to the York University Excalibur.
The campaign calls for universities to divest from holdings in companies that do business with Israel and to cut ties with Israeli academics.
The vote by the council of the York Federation of Students late last week was 18-2 in favor and was advocated for by the Students Against Israeli Apartheid at York.
Jewish student groups at York complained that they were not given advance notice of the vote and had little time to prepare an argument against the resolution.
In comments to the Excalibur, Safiyah Husein, a vice president of the York Federation of Students, portrayed the resolution as uncontroversial. “Indeed, not everyone supports reduced tuition fees, equity campaigns, or sustainability work, but we know the majority of our members believe this work is vital and important,” Husein said.
Chaim Lax, president of Hasbara@York, said his group was disappointed and called the resolution “fundamentally racist, and a possible violation of [York’s] anti-discrimination codes.”
The York Federation of Students resolution will have no actual bearing on the university’s investment portfolio.
“York University uses best practices in developing its policy on investments, and this is built on advice from major investment consulting firms,” York spokeswoman Janice Walls told the Canadian Jewish News.
The student federation represents over 52,000 undergraduate students at York, Canada’s third-largest university.