By Jerry PDX
Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 5:56:00 P.M. EDT
Flash mob robbery on BART the train in San Francisco. All the usual media deceptions are present:
“Teens used as descriptor”—code word for black, as we all know.
Reporters, as usual, track down a black passenger on the train, who gives the usual insincere speech about how “terrible” it is and how “afraid” he was.
He wasn't afraid, blacks never are because they know whites are the targets. I'd be curious to know if even one black passenger was robbed. I'm gonna bet none was.
No pictures or descriptions, purportedly because the flash mob was virtually all “minors”? Did they flash their student I.D.s? I'm sure there were lots of under 18s, probably most of them, but it's not uncommon for 18-and-overs to participate in these flash attacks. I have no doubt some of them were fully adult-sized. So how do they really know they were “all” were kids? You can't tell that from grainy train footage and can't count on witness descriptions in a stressful, violent situation like that.
[I don’t believe that the media are legally forbidden form showing videos of criminals, if the criminals are under 18. That “law” may be a media fiction.]
So what's the line of when you can show pictures of violent black thugs? If one appears to be a minor in a group of 30, does that mean you can't show the video? If 29 are minors but one is an adult does that mean you can? Let's be clear about this, it's only an issue when it's negroes. If they were white, they'd find a rationalization to put it on the front pages.
It states in the video that BART has had a number of these kind of flash robberies but only filed police reports. No warnings were issued to passengers, and no steps were taken to protect passengers. That's downright evil. We know it's the fear of drawing attention to negro violence that causes the BART officials to keep the lid on this violence. If the perps were white, there'd be no problem blaming violent whites and putting their faces in the eyes of the public. And the band plays on.