Thursday, January 6, 2011

A Mirror...

from SBPDL,

L’Enfant Plaza in Washington D.C. was home to a massive riot/brawl in the summer of 2010 that went largely unreported. Those in the melee represent a protected class of individuals that the media like to label “youth” (from The Post):
Post managers, from the top down, regularly remind the newsroom that coverage must have a "for and about Washington" focus. So when a large brawl broke out in the Metro system on a recent Friday night, it seemed a perfect chance to show local readers that The Post is their indispensable source for news.

The fracas occurred near midnight on Aug. 6, and authorities said it involved as many as 70 people. It started at the Gallery Place Station and continued to the L'Enfant Plaza Station. There were arrests, and several people landed in the hospital. On deadline, The Post gathered enough information for a news brief in Saturday's paper, and a short story was quickly posted online

Robert E. Pierre, the weekend editor for local news, said he saw no need. "It wasn't about additional people," he told me, noting that social media searches and an online appeal for witnesses had yielded little. And, he added, "the police didn't have very much," and what little information they disclosed was sketchy. The size of the crowd was in question, he said, and police couldn't say how many were actually brawling.

Pierre also worried about hyping a story that involved race. Although The Post's coverage on and after Sunday did not specify the racial makeup of those involved, many readers assumed they were black and offered racially insensitive online comments. "So ghetto," read one. Another urged ending "all welfare benefits for parents whose little animals cause this type of mayhem."

When The Post finally produced a more substantive story for Monday's paper, Pierre believes it was given too much prominence, even though it included eyewitness descriptions of multiple fights and bedlam as people tried to escape the pandemonium. The Post "overplayed it," said Pierre. "It was a fight on the Metro. Kids get into fights."

The Post should always be sensitive to overplaying stories, especially if race is involved.
In other words, we should all look away and shut our eyes from the reality of criminal behavior. The incidents in Milwaukee, Kansas City, St. Louis, Philadelphia and Atlanta are just examples of "youth" having fun. After all, “This is a Black world” as we learned from the incident in Akron in the summer of 2009. Remember Beat Whitey Night in Iowa? Imagine that event being stretched out 24/7/365.

Flash forward roughly six months from the wild brawl at L’Enfant and we are entitled to an incident just as shocking involving “youths” merely having fun:
On Sunday night, Allen Haywood was randomly and viciously attacked by two kids on the platform of the L’Enfant Plaza Metro station. Dozens of people witnessed it. Several people filmed it. Nobody helped.
-the rest and the video here




This is what happens when savages are free to rape and pillage in a society where Whites have been intimidated into accepting and embracing obvious Orwellian lies such as "equality".

Some commenter's have called the guy in the video a wimp. But is he any more of a coward than the millions of travelers who sheepishly allow airport security to stick a cattle prod up their ass for the privilege of traveling?

Is he wimpier than the general populace who cower in the face of the homosexualization of every institution in their lives?

Is he worse than the millions of Whites who have fled, and continue to flee, from their own ghettoized cities and neighborhoods?


Take a long look at that video. It's a mirror image of America for the past 40 years. And its going to get much, much worse.




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