Wednesday, August 19, 2015

It’s the Same Story Everywhere: The Criminal, and the Censorship—Auto Web Site Immediately Deletes Video of “Man Keying £100k Aston Martin” in England (But WEJB/NSU Has Rescued the Video!)

By Nicholas Stix

I thank my reader-researcher RC, who sent me a link during the day to a site called AutoBlog, which had posted the video below. However, by the time I reached the Web site, it had already deleted the video. Why? The usual reason, though of course they didn’t give any. Just “Oops!” in a word cloud, and…

“We're sorry, but the video you are trying to watch is no longer available.”

I’m not linking to the censorious Web site, because I have no intention of driving traffic to it. But I did dig up the video, though it may not be up for long.


Published on Aug 18, 2015 by BBC News.

Police are trying to find a man caught on camera allegedly keying an Aston Martin worth £100,000 in east London. A camera placed on the vehicle's dashboard shows a man approach the Aston Martin V8 Vantage on Morning Lane, Hackney at about 10:30 BST on 19 June.

It shows the man manoeuvring a pram before appearing to take keys from his pocket and scrape them down the passenger side of the vehicle. Damage caused to the vehicle has been estimated at £9,000.

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Anonymous said...

I do recall this incident. Dr. Dre had violently assaulted a young woman, Dee Barnes, a Fox TV show host. She apparently is upset with the hero worship toward Mr. Dre and wants to challenge the image presented by the NWA movie currently out. She actually had me going for a bit, but inevitably defaults to the "blame the white man for everything" ideology that permeates black consciousness (and much of white also). At first it seemed she was going unconditionally condemn the violent misogyny so prevalent among rappers, maybe even take it a step further and comment on the pimpin' de ho's culture omnipresent in the black community, but partway through the article she adds this disclaimer:

"Accurately articulating the frustrations of young black men being constantly harassed by the cops is at Straight Outta Compton’s activistic core. There is a direct connection between the oppression of black men and the violence perpetrated by black men against black women. It is a cycle of victimization and reenactment of violence that is rooted in racism and perpetuated by patriarchy. If the breadth of N.W.A.’s lyrical subject matter was guided by a certain logic, though, it was clearly a caustic logic."

Aha! Now we know the truth. Black men beating on black women is all whitey's fault! According to Ms. Barnes if it wasn't for the white man black men would be treating you and all other black women like the fairy princesses you are.

Hey Ms. Barnes, tell that to black women, girls and babies in Africa where rape statistics are the highest in the world.

BTW One more thing Ms. Barnes, can you define this "direct connection"? Please explain how it works exactly. I won't hold my breath waiting for an answer. Jerry pdx

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