A Grammy winner’s message to the man who robbed him: ‘I had the power to give you a job’ – The Washington Post writes. This dude was proud he was living in the hood. He was one of the People and groovy and cool and all that when one of his neighbors decided to rob him at gun point. The man surrendered to the crook and let him run off, loping away like a coyote blending into the sagebrush. Dang! So the Famous Black Man went to the Chicago cops who have been told to stand down and do nothin’ and to not report crimes since this made Rahm Emanuel, Obama’s good buddy boy, look bad. The Famous Black Man is outraged that no one wants to tell Emanuel or Obama that there is a very serious crime problem in Chicago which is in the news: The Murder Rate in Chicago Is Up 84 Percent This Year! Thank you, Obama and buddy Rahm and Hillary is all for the moms of thugs and anti-cop. Hooray!
The Grammy-winning artist was sitting in his car at 7:30 a.m. when a gun was pointed at his head. The young man holding it demanded the artist give him his wallet. It had only $3 inside.
He is so very lucky. If the oppressed young lad were to discover it was so small a catch, he would have shot the Famous Grammy Winner dead. Instead, the kid was new to the game and didn’t look at the loot.
The crime — and the police response that followed it — was more than enough to shake up Che “Rhymefest” Smith, a Chicago hip-hop artist best known for co-writing “Jesus Walks” by Kanye West and the Oscar-winning “Glory” from the 2014 film “Selma” with John Legend and Common. Rhymefest was uninjured, but his wallet was stolen.
It wasn’t just stolen, it was jacked. A gun was used. This is a high crime, normally but NOT in Chicago or any black city anymore. Today, this is normal. I remember the severe climb in crime from 1968-1980. The cops actually advised people to carry more than $10 so muggers wouldn’t be pissed off. $3=death! I told the cops, I would reverse that. Mug me, you die. Not me. They told me I was to not fight back.
I not only fought back, I actively hunted criminals deliberately and made a shocking number of arrests. This is why the Daily News called me ‘The Housewife from Hell’. I would go about the city lecturing people about how to capture and hold criminals (only if you are willing to be rather violent about it). My group was quite explicit about this. ‘You are under arrest’ meant the person had to be absolutely still and follow orders.
Fight and we would give them a good knock about. The mayor hated us, the cops warned us, then everyone began begging us to come here, go there. I was one of the very few white women who could walk in Bed/Stuy at night back then. Taking back a city from gangs of thugs isn’t easy but it is most certainly not impossible. One has to take the bull by the horns.
“I’m not even mad,” he wrote on Twitter following the incident. “I’m f—– hurt.”
No, this dope is mad at the cops, not the criminals menacing him. He is doing no favors to the violent, armed thug. He is making it worse. This man who contributed to the destruction of all black neighborhoods due to no law or order, spent nearly all his nasty ire and fear on the cops who were under orders to not report the crimes or assist anyone but pretend all is well so everyone goes away and the mayor can claim ‘Crime went down’.
Rhymefest has been a vocal advocate against crime and poverty in Chicago, where the 39-year-old artist lives and works. He’s chided Spike Lee for his portrayal of the city in the movie “Chi-Raq,” run for a spot on city council, created a documentary exploring homelessness through the eyes of his father and spoken out about music that glorifies violence. After experiencing that violence firsthand on a Saturday morning, Rhymefest took to Twitter with a message for the man who robbed him.
“To the young brother that put the gun to my head this morning & took my wallet,” he began. “You don’t know how you just damaged your community.
“I defend you against police brutality,” he continued. “I work on your behalf.”
HAHAHAHA. And it worked! The kid knew this man would give him money and nothing would happen to the thug. The thug will die but this will be due to other thugs eliminating competition.
Nearly two hours later, Rhymefest continued tweeting. This time, his message was for the Chicago police. “You wonder we don’t report crimes?” he said. “The police treated me disgustingly.”…
He also tweeted a two-minute video of his interactions with officers at the station where he drove after he was robbed. It begins by showing a police officer sitting behind a desk. It is clear that she and Rhymefest have been arguing. The officer tells him he can’t record inside the station. Another officer asks him to leave. Rhymefest complains about the first officer was ignoring him, eating and playing Candy Crush on her phone while he tried to tell her what happened. She tells him he wasn’t giving her the information needed to make a report.
It is worth clicking on the WP video to see this guy yell at the cops who are barely awake. The large number of black female ‘cops’ are telling, they show absolutely zero interest in this guy’s story or complaints and are actually peeved he wanted them to do paperwork. The only person willing to talk to him was the one white guy who is a year away from retirement.
The WP female writer doesn’t mention all the rude cops were black females. Only if you watch the video, do you see how this happened and marvel at how the WP article hides this vital information.
Now on to global criminals. The Broken Chessboard: Brzezinski Gives Up on Empire The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and Its Geostrategic Imperatives as we lose our grip on power over the planet. Duh.
“As its era of global dominance ends, the United States needs to take the lead in realigning the global power architecture.
Five basic verities regarding the emerging redistribution of global political power and the violent political awakening in the Middle East are signaling the coming of a new global realignment.
The first of these verities is that the United States is still the world’s politically, economically, and militarily most powerful entity but, given complex geopolitical shifts in regional balances, it is no longer the globally imperial power.” (Toward a Global Realignment, Zbigniew Brzezinski, The American Interest)
I would suggest that belly flopping into shallow water isn’t ‘leadership’. We are not powerful. Haven’t been since the Vietnam War. All the ‘victories’ we have won since then are actually utter defeats. We won lots of debt, hatred and terror attacks. Has everyone forgotten 9/11 already? Or anything else?
Just arrest her already, OK? US: Clinton calendars won’t be released until after election | Daily Mail Online
Seven months after a federal judge ordered the State Department to begin releasing monthly batches of the detailed daily schedules showing meetings by Hillary Clinton during her time as secretary of state, the government told The Associated Press it won’t finish the job before Election Day.
The department has so far released about half of the schedules. Its lawyers said in a phone conference with the AP’s lawyers that the department now expects to release the last of the detailed schedules around Dec. 30, weeks before the next president is inaugurated.
And another prominent TV personality is sent to the Outerdarkness because he said Hillary is sick: CNN Cancels Dr. Drew’s Show One Week After He Voiced “Grave Concern” For Hillary’s Health. We should have a media giant rally about this, telling her she is sick, sick, sick. Then the media owners, all Bilderberg or Zionist or both, will fire everyone and we will have peace and quiet at last. I only look at US news for the entertainment content and that is pretty thin stuff.
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