The liberal push to tell all black people that they have zero reason to change themselves, they have zero responsibility for their own behaviors and that is is OK to be thugs, rioters, crooks, thieves, murderers, rapists and terrorists…continues in this huge reguritation that infuriates me. I remember when things changed definitely for the worse. It was the summer of 1977 when mostly black neighborhoods burst into outright looting, arson and terror when the lights simply went out during a thunderstorm! And this riot went on not for a day or a week but for years afterwards!
First, the article from the British paper about these endless riots and crimes going on in the name of ‘we surrender/save black males’ which illustrate exactly why police have ended up shooting black males in the first place, the liberals continue to dash gasoline on these fires: Bill Cosby’s pound cake, Ferguson and the dubious politics of personal responsibility | Gary Younge | Comment is free | The Guardian
Brown allegedly stole cigarillos shortly before he was shot. Real or imagined, they were his pound cake. Since the shooting, conservatives have been portraying Brown as a violent “thug” and thief, as though such qualities, even if accurate, would qualify a man for summary execution. Never mind that he was unarmed, that his dead body was left in the street for four hours. What the hell was he doing with those cigarillos?
Brown wasn’t ‘executed’ because he was a crook or because he attacked a much smaller store clerk. He was shot because like Trayvvon, he attacked someone who was armed. Thinking he could beat up/kill the person he was attacking, to his shock, the opponent proved to be more dangerous than he thought.
I decided to see if there were any videos of the riots of NYC in 1977. Here is one that really enraged me greatly:
Go to 12 minutes into this video about the blackout looting riots of 1977, the one I was in and feared for my life as my neighbors looted and then burned down a huge hunk of my neighborhood as well as lots of NYC.
This big black dude grins ear to ear as he openly boasts about being the one to first rip down the crime grates from an electronics store so he could steal some DJ equipment for his own business! He isn’t ashamed, he is delighted as he admits to being a criminal!
“Ha, ha, ha…I just had to take that equipment, I wanted to be a DJ!” this criminal chortles. Another good bud says, ‘There weren’t many DJs but the very next day (actually, we didn’t have electricity for more than a day!) sprang up a whole lot of DJs. That was a huge spark inna hip hop culture…”
This was right at the beginning of the glorification of the thug culture. Already, the Bronx had been nearly totally destroyed by these urchins. Now, in one night, they turned a huge hunk of the city into the South Bronx and it took years and years to recover and rebuild and only after the gangs made it so uninhabitable, even they had to flee and being deserted, others who build things, moved in. People like myself.
Virtually none of the security gates in black neighborhoods withstood the gangs assaulting them and most were peeled back and the stores looted and then set on fire. The two in my community that didn’t burn had owners, their dogs and their guns defying the looters. One man was shot by one of the store owners. This stopped the mob.
In Ferguson, the mobs simply came back over and over again, burning the stores and finally pretty much wiping out the commercial parts of the city which will now lie in ruins for half a century or more. Maybe, forever.
Liberals who should know better publish lies all the time, here is an example: NBC: Rebirth of the South Bronx – US news | NBC News
Community involvement: torchers
Landlords may not have been residents of the community, but that did not stop them from organizing the torchings.
Anthony Ortillo, a resident of the South Bronx for more than 62 years, remembers when it all began. “I was offered money to burn buildings,” Ortillo said. And the going rate of $200 to burn down a few buildings was a very attractive proposition in an area rife with unemployment and poverty.
Ortillo said the landlords made it easy. “They would leave the basement open and give you the keys. The gasoline would be waiting for you in the basement, and you would set the building on fire, and everybody would profit.”
Though Ortillo maintains he never took part in this process, he said “burning for profits” was common throughout the community, and “everyone used to make money.”
The landlord was not the only person to profit as the fire starter collected $200 and some residents on welfare were able to claim property reimbursement checks ranging from $1,500 to $3,000.
Surprisingly, there were no deaths associated with the torching, as they were well organized and always announced. “You would be walking down the street, and people would say don’t come home tonight cause we gonna set the building on fire,” explained Ortillo.
Why the surprise that most of these arsons didn’t kill the tenants??? THEY were the arsonists! I knew not one landlord who paid anyone to torch a building. The city rewarded arsonists and they went wild. We ended up having a patrol to see if tenants were moving their electronics and goodies out of an apartment without telling the landlord or being evicted. This meant they planned to torch the building and so we would then stand around right on the stoop and tell them, ‘We see you, don’t set any fires’.
They often would snarl and snap but we stood our ground. We had to stop them! Their fires would go beyond their own apartments and hit our homes, too! Life and death!
No arsonists would go around announcing they were going to burn buildings down unless they were muscling someone. Ortillo, the chap in the article, claims when he and his buddies decided to stop burning buildings and tell people to flee, it stopped. In a rat’s ass!
What stopped it was the end of the Beame administration and the new mayor, Koch, cracking down on all this. And I was cracking the whip on Koch. If he heeded the liberals and didn’t reward welfare families using arson to get into public housing, I would run petitions against him, too, like I did to Beame.
We had to push and push hard to increase police patrols and to stop the arson and looting and to put people in prison for doing both. It was a very hard battle and still ongoing with blacks insisting their freedom means antisocial destructive behaviors that destroy cities. This is unacceptable.
Ferguson day at the White House: What did Obama accomplish? This is so sad. Obama has to look like he is doing something.
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