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The cop gave him a warning and let him go.
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. . "The cannonading has got the wind up in young Raleigh, sir," said the sergeant. Captain Mitty looked up at him through tousled hair. "Get him to bed," he said wearily, "with the others. I'll fly alone." "But you can't, sir," said the sergeant anxiously. "It takes two men to handle that bomber and the Archies are pounding hell out of the air. Von Richtman's circus is between here and Saulier." "Somebody's got to get that ammunition dump," said Mitty. "I'm going over. Spot of brandy?" He poured a drink for the sergeant and one for himself. War thundered and whined around the dugout and battered at the door. There was a rending of wood and splinters flew through the room. "A bit of a near thing," said Captain Mitty carelessly. 'The box barrage is closing in," said the sergeant. "We only live once, Sergeant," said Mitty, with his faint, fleeting smile. "Or do we?" He poured another brandy and tossed it off. "I never seen a man could hold his brandy like you, sir," said the sergeant. "Begging your pardon, sir." Captain Mitty stood up and strapped on his huge Webley-Vickers automatic. "It's forty kilometers through hell, sir," said the sergeant. Mitty finished one last brandy. "After all," he said softly, "what isn't?" The pounding of the cannon increased; there was the rat-tat-tatting of machine guns, and from somewhere came the menacing pocketa-pocketa-pocketa of the new flame-throwers. Walter Mitty walked to the door of the dugout humming "Aupres de Ma Blonde." He turned and waved to the sergeant. "Cheerio!" he said. . . .Weiner is the Walter Mitty of masculine sexuality. Carlos Danger's desired prowess exists only in his imagination.
“The tragic death of our young man, Trayvon Martin, followed by the acquittal of the man who pursued him and killed him, has reminded us that although it may seem as if African Americans and other minorities have achieved full equality in our civil society, we are still victims of racial profiling in violation of our laws and our morals,”This is sheer hypocrisy. The truth is that many, if not most blacks consider the lives of non-blacks to be inconsequential and totally expendable. George Zimmerman is unable to defend himself from a savage beating because his assailant was black. George Zimmerman must be punished for killing a member of "the Sacred Other," the Dalai Lama Tribe of the Black Epidermis. All laws, facts and logic must be dispensed with and an innocent person punished for his sacrilegious forsaking of this holy truth.
“The lives of black men and women are not accorded the same value as the lives of white Americans,” she added. “This is a reality for far too many black Americans.”
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I would imagine you used statistics from your own Justice Department to show that blacks are at least seven times more likely than people of other races to commit violent crimes, and that young black men are the most dangerous people in America. I hope you explained that Americans will be suspicious of blacks for as long as they continue to commit so many crimes. This may be unfortunate for law-abiding blacks but the fault is not with the police or with neighborhood watchmen; it is with other blacks.This is correct. It is why profiling of blacks is necessary for our own safety and survival. Young black men like Trayvon Martin are the largest contributors to violent crime in America.
This is not an academic question, Mr. Holder. I hold unorthodox views on race and have expressed them publicly. Does this mean that if I am attacked by a black and have to defend myself with lethal force you will investigate me? What if it could be proven that I am the wickedest racist in America? Does that mean I have forfeited my right to defend myself against a black attacker? I hope you understand my dismay, but this is very clearly the logic of your investigation: that I will lose very important rights if I have views of which you disapprove.Finally, Taylor mentions the horrible truth of which no one in society dare speak, that of IQ differences between the races, which is undoubtedly the major cause of black dysfunction:
Finally, on an entirely different matter, you seem to think that blacks and whites are precisely equal in ability and temperament, and that if there are any differences in outcome between the two groups, it can only be due to white “racism.” In the interest of the honest discussion you want, I invite you to reflect on the fact that American blacks have an average IQ of 85 whereas whites have an average of 100. I also invite you to consider the huge body of evidence that suggests this difference has a substantially genetic cause.Because of this natural variability in IQ, blacks, as a group, are not going to equal the achievements of other racial groups, not anytime soon. Maybe after another 500 years of interbreeding with other racial groups and the enlargement of their accessible gene pool, or through scientific achievements in genetic engineering, but most certainly not in our lifetimes. Their dysfunction is most assuredly not the result of irrational non-black racism, and any policy initiatives that are based on that myth will not solve any problems and will more than likely make them worse.
Any candid debate on race and criminality in this country would have to start with the fact that blacks commit an astoundingly disproportionate number of crimes. African-Americans constitute about 13% of the population, yet between 1976 and 2005 blacks committed more than half of all murders in the U.S. The black arrest rate for most offenses—including robbery, aggravated assault and property crimes—is typically two to three times their representation in the population.
"High rates of black violence in the late twentieth century are a matter of historical fact, not bigoted imagination," wrote the late Harvard Law professor William Stuntz in "The Collapse of American Criminal Justice." "The trends reached their peak not in the land of Jim Crow but in the more civilized North, and not in the age of segregation but in the decades that saw the rise of civil rights for African Americans—and of African American control of city governments."And finally, Martin Luther King:
"Do you know that Negroes are 10 percent of the population of St. Louis and are responsible for 58% of its crimes? We've got to face that. And we've got to do something about our moral standards," Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. told a congregation in 1961. "We know that there are many things wrong in the white world, but there are many things wrong in the black world, too. We can't keep on blaming the white man. There are things we must do for ourselves."So let's see...13% of the population is responsible for over half of all murders, and commits other violent crimes at a rate 2 to 3 times their representation in the population.
no one can possibly dispute the recent surge in black racism increasing throughout Barack Obama’s presidency. To attempt to claim otherwise is a laughable lie.And he furnished this gem:
America also believes that the entire prosecutorial team should be ashamed of themselves and disbarred for ignoring the obvious and kowtowing to the pure racism that forced the politically correct lie that only black lives killed by non-blacks matterNugent says much of what we already know, but it is still nice to hear truth amidst all the bogus cries of foul from the race-baiters and hucksters:
About three hours after the riots began, early on the morning of August 20, a group of approximately 20 young black men surrounded 29-year-old Australian Jew, Yankel Rosenbaum, a University of Melbourne student in the United States conducting research for his doctorate. They stabbed him several times in the back and beat him severely, fracturing his skull. Before being taken to the hospital, Rosenbaum was able to identify 16-year-old Lemrick Nelson, Jr. as his assailant in a line-up shown to him by the police. Rosenbaum died later that night. Nelson was charged as an adult with murder and acquitted, but later convicted of violating Rosenbaum's civil rights in federal court; Nelson eventually admitted that he had indeed stabbed Rosenbaum. (Link: here)Get that? Lemrick Nelson Jr., a poor teenager, was caught with the bloody knife still in his pocket, and yet an all-black jury acquitted him, then joined with him in a party of celebration after the trial. This was pure racism, black racism. To those black jurors, Yankel Rosenbaum was entirely expendable and forgettable. A black thug who would never make any worthwhile contribution to civilization or to humanity, was excused for killing a doctoral candidate who would have made significant contributions. Except the latter was the wrong color to the black jury.
“You cant steal nothin from a white man, he’s already stole itSource for the above quotes.
he owes you anything you want, even his life.
All the stores will open up if you will say the magic words.
The magic words are: Up against the wall this is a stick up!”
[Quoted in Anne Wortham, The Other Side of Racism, Ohio State University Press, 1981, p. 257.]
This week saw a death threat issued to the Texas Lt. Governor and abortion activists screaming “F— the Church.”And Hot Air further reports:
Whether it’s the attempt to hijack the legislature while attempting to pass a popular bill, chanting “Hail Satan” at pro-life demonstrators, or bringing urine, feces, and tampons (and bricks) to throw at elected officials, the opposition to this bill has managed to make themselves look like absolute nutcases at every turn, but their extremism is worse than it looks. They’re clearly uninterested in democracy; they want to intimidate the majority with violence and disgusting tactics from the minority. They’re proto-dictators with bad taste, at the least.Before the vote this week, a bevy of ugly, fat and old women, along with some brainwashed children (see pic herein), picketed the state house carrying signs with disgusting messages (the one herein, now Photoshopped to make the meaning clearer) read "Jesus isn't a dick, keep him out of my vagina!" Indeed, Jesus probably doesn't have a quarter to pay for it anyway.
The State's job is to make the case for the defendant's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Fifty years ago, in Brady v. Maryland, the U.S. Supreme Court established that a prosecutor's responsibility was "to seek justice fairly, not merely win convictions by any means." In the case at hand, this meant that the State of Florida had the responsibility to share promptly all exculpatory evidence with the defense. It did not.The fact that the Zimmerman prosecutors went all out to convict an obviously innocent man only further proves that Florida v. Zimmerman was sham trial that was staged for political reasons, not justice. The prosecutors have deliberately attempted to railroad George Zimmerman, and they should pay for that with their law licenses.
If, for the purposes of American show trials, a Hispanic who voted for a black president can be instantly transformed into a white racist, there's no reason why he can't be a child abuser, too. The defense was notified of this novel development, on which the prosecution (judging by the volume of precedents assembled) had been working for weeks or more likely months, at 7:30 that morning. If you know your Magna Carta, you'll be aware that "no official shall place a man on trial ... without producing credible witnesses to the truth of it." But the rights enjoyed by free men in the England of King John in 1215 are harder to come by in the State of Florida eight centuries later.Read the two articles at the links provided above.
Bill Lee, who testified Monday in Zimmerman's second-degree murder trial, told CNN's George Howell in an exclusive interview that he felt pressure from city officials to arrest Zimmerman to placate the public rather than as a matter of justice. "It was (relayed) to me that they just wanted an arrest. They didn't care if it got dismissed later," he said. "You don't do that."
I’ve said it before, this was a case which never should have been brought, and it wasn’t. Not until a carefully orchestrated professionally managed publicity campaign based on false racial accusations, resulting in a Special Prosecutor."Progressive" politics corrupts everything. Science, academia, media...and now the system of justice. Where will it all end? And what can we do about it?
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