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Part III: The Racist, 1972 Black Mutinies Aboard the U.S.S. Kitty Hawk and the U.S.S. Constellation: Opinions of the Investigative, Congressional Sub-Committee

Monday, May 09, 2016


[Previously: Part I: “Remember the Kitty Hawk! Remember the Constellation! West Point’s Female Black Supremacists are Continuing a Grand U.S. Military Civil Rights Tradition! Mutiny! Two Racist Mutinies the U.S. Navy Has “Disappeared,” and the Shadow Navy Command Structure”; and

[Part II: “The Congressional Report on the Racist, Black Mutinies in 1972 Aboard the U.S.S. Kitty Hawk and the U.S.S. Constellation: Findings”]
 

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix
 

B. OPINIONS

1. The subcommittee is of the position that the riot on Kitty Hawk consisted of unprovoked assaults by a very few men, most of whom were below-average mental capacity, most of whom had been aboard for less than one year, and all of whom were black. This group, as a whole, acted as "thugs" which raises doubt as to whether they should ever have been accepted into military service in the first place.

2. The subcommittee expresses its strong objection to the procedures utilized by higher authority to negotiate with Constellation's dissidents and, eventually, to appease them by acquiescing to their demands and by meting out minor nonjudicial punishment for what was a major affront to good order and discipline. Moreover, the subcommittee stresses that the actions committed aboard that ship have the potential for crippling a combatant vessel in a war zone.

3. The subcommittee believes that advice concerning decisions which had to be made with regard to Constellation, offered by personnel in human relations billets to line officers, was uniformly poor. The decisions, made on the basis of that advice, proved unsuccessful in bringing the incident to a conclusion.

Later decisions, reflecting reversal of the policy of negotiation with the dissident sailors, resulted in the transfer of the men off the ship in a disciplinary status.

4. The statement that riots, mutinies and acts of sabotage in the Navy are a product of "the time" is not valid. If those in positions of authority who profess such arguments really believe them, they have been negligent in not taking proper precautionary action to prevent to occurrence or to deal with such once they did occur. It is incredible that the Navy was totally unprepared to cope with such incidents as occurred aboard Kitty Hawk and Constellation. In view of the disturbances in recent years in the other military services, the Navy appears to have indulged in wishful thinking, apparently believing that the similar incidents would not happen aboard ship.

5. The members of the subcommittee fully support the idea of equality of opportunity in the military and naval forces of the United States for all persons. Since there may well be individual attitudes of discrimination among some persons serving in those forces--discrimination directed toward blacks or whites, or any other ethnic or racial groups--human relation programs remain essential.

6. Where Human Relation Councils and Minority Affairs offices are manned solely by minority personnel, they become conduits for minority personnel to bypass the normal chain of command. Used properly, as another set of eyes and ears to keep the commander informed as to personnel problems, they can be worthwhile; but used as vehicle for the settlement of individual minority grievances which should be resolved within the command structure, they are divisive and disruptive of good order and discipline and encourage further polarization. The equal opportunity and human relations programs of the Navy must not, in any way, dilute the authority of the chain of command.

7. The subcommittee detects a failure in the middle management area in that there has been a reluctance to utilize the command authority inherent in those positions.

8. The Navy's recruiting advertising appears to promise more than the Navy is able to deliver, especially to personnel who are unable to qualify for "A" school training. This can create frustration and discontent. The hopes held out by this advertising, plus statements made by some Navy recruiters, present an unrealistic picture of the Navy. Any such distortions should be corrected.

9. Once a new seaman reports to a division, there [sic] too little individual contact between him and his immediate supervisors, the petty officers and junior officers assigned to that division. Too frequently the seaman is counselled [sic] regarding his performance ratings, even if they are low. There is also a failure to effectively explain to him any opportunities he has for advancement and the steps he should take to achieve promotions. As a result, the young seaman sometimes becomes frustrated concerning his future as he performs unskilled laborer's jobs on a continuing basis.

10. The Navy provides authority to a commanding officer to give a general discharge (under honorable conditions) to those who have a GCT test score of 41 or less, have no more than a tenth grade education, have had low performance marks (including: professional performance, military behavior, military appearance and adaptability), and who have been in the Navy at least one year. All other administrative discharges are decided at the Bureau of Naval Personnel.

The subcommittee believes that having accepted a man into the Navy knowing his low test scores and educational background, the Navy should apply the same procedures to a determination of his discharge as apply to all others.

11. The subcommittee commends the Chief of Naval Operations for those of his programs which are designed to improve Navy life and yet maintained good order and discipline through the traditional channels of authority.

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"Where Human Relation Councils and Minority Affairs offices are manned solely by minority personnel, they become conduits for minority personnel to bypass the normal chain of command." YEP. ONLY confirms in the minds of some there IS a problem and that ONLY a minority can solve the problem.

Saturday, June 4, 2016 at 1:30:00 P.M. EDT


The Congressional Report on the Racist, Black Mutinies in 1972 Aboard the U.S.S. Kitty Hawk and the U.S.S. Constellation: Findings (Part II)

Monday, May 09, 2016


[Part I: “Remember the Kitty Hawk! Remember the Constellation! West Point’s Female Black Supremacists are Continuing a Grand U.S. Military Civil Rights Tradition! Mutiny! Two Racist Mutinies the U.S. Navy Has “Disappeared,” and the Shadow Navy Command Structure”]
 

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix
 

II. FINDINGS, OPINIONS, AND RECOMMENDATIONS

A. FINDINGS

1. The subcommittee finds that permissiveness, as defined on page 17679 of this report, exists in the Navy today. Although we have been able to investigate only certain specific incidents in depth, the total information made available to us indicates the condition could be servicewide.

2. The vast majority of the Navy men and women are performing their assigned duties loyally and efficiently. The subcommittee is fully aware and appreciative of their efforts. The cause of concern, however, rests with that segment of the naval force which is either unable or unwilling to function within the prescribed limitations and up to the established standards of performance or conduct.

3. The subcommittee has been unable to determine any precipitous cause for rampage aboard U.S.S. Kitty Hawk. Not only was there not one case wherein racial discrimination could be pinpointed, but there is no evidence which indicated that the blacks who participated in that incident perceived racial discrimination, either in general or any specific, of such a nature as to justify belief that violent reaction was required.

4. The subcommittee finds that the incident aboard U.S.S. Constellation was the result of a carefully orchestrated demonstration of passive resistance wherein a small number of blacks, certainly no more than 20-25,in a well-organized campaign, willfully created among other blacks the belief that white racism existed in the Navy and aboard that ship. The subcommittee, again in this instance as with the incident aboard Kitty Hawk, found no specific example of racial discrimination. In this case, however, it is obvious that the participants perceived that racial discrimination existed. Several events were made to appear as examples of racial discrimination when, in fact, such was not the case.

5. Testimony revealed that one of the triggering devices for the dissident activity aboard Constellation was a misunderstanding, particularly among the young blacks, which led them to believe that in order to reduce the number of personnel aboard the ship to the authorized level, general discharges were about to be awarded to 250 black crew members.

In fact, the ship was in process of reducing its complement by 250 personnel in order to make room for air wing personnel who would embark prior to the forthcoming combat deployment. At the same time the captain had directed that certain records be reviewed and that those he considered to be troublemakers, if they qualified for administrative discharge, be notified of the
ship's intent to commence processing of the required paperwork.

It is unfortunate that this latter discharge procedure was initiated against six crewmembers in one day without adequate explanation of the justification for such action--especially since all six were black and this promoted the feeling that racial discrimination was the cause. In addition, the lack of counselling pertaining to the poor performance marks received by those being considered for administrative discharge caused notification of pending discharge to serve as traumatic incidents to those who were to receive them.

There is strong evidence, however, that these misunderstandings were fostered and fanned by a small group of skilled agitators within the ranks of the young black seamen.

6. The subcommittee was informed that the review, conducted by Naval Personnel Research Activity, San Diego, has found no racial discrimination in the punishments awarded by the Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Constellation.

The subcommittee found no evidence that that conclusion was in error.

7. Discipline, requiring immediate response to command, is absolutely essential to any military force. Particularly in the forces afloat there is no room for the "town meeting" concept or the employment of negotiation or appeasement to obtain obedience to order. The Navy must be controlled by command, not demand.

8. The subcommittee found that insufficient emphasis has been given to formal leadership training, particularly in the ranks of petty officers and junior officers.

9. The generally smart appearance of naval personnel, both afloat and ashore, has deteriorated markedly. While the subcommittee appreciates efforts to allow maximum reasonableness in daily routines, there is absolutely no excuse for slovenly appearance of officers and men in the Navy uniform and such appearance should not be tolerated.

10. There was no formal training of the master-at-arms force. There was not effective utilization of the Marine force. Certainly there was no contingency plan for the coordination of these two forces in events such as these. Once the activities started, there was no plan which would have acted to halt them. The result was to let them wear themselves out.

11. The members of the subcommittee did not find and are unaware of any instances of any instances of [sic] institutional discrimination on the part of the Navy toward any group of persons, majority or minority.

12. Black unity, the drive toward togetherness on the part of blacks, has resulted in a tendency on the part of black sailors to polarize. This results in a grievance of one black, real or fancied, becoming the grievance of many. Polarization is an unfortunate trend and negates efforts since 1948 to integrate the military services and to stamp out separation. This divisive trend must be reversed.

13. Nonmilitary gestures such as "passing the power" or "dapping" are disruptive, serve to enhance racial polarization, and should be discouraged.

14. After the incidents on Kitty Hawk and Constellation, a meeting was called by the Secretary of the Navy of all the admirals in the Washington, D.C., area in which the CNO spoke to the failure of the Navy to meet its human relations goals. Immediately thereafter, his remarks were made available to the press and sent as a message to all hands. Because of the wording of the text, it was perceived by many to be a public admonishment by the CNO of his staff for the failure to solve racial problems within the Navy. Even though this was followed within 96 hours by Z-gram 117 which stressed the need for discipline, the speech itself, the issuance of it to the public press, and the timing of its delivery, all served to emphasize the CNO's perception of the Navy's problems. Again, concern over racial problems seemed paramount to the question of good order and discipline even though there had been incidents on two ships which may be characterized as "mutinies". The subcommittee regrets that the tradition of not criticizing seniors in front of their subordinates was ignored in this case.

15. The Navy's recruitment program for most of 1972 which resulted in the lowering of standards for enlistment, accepting a greater percentage of mental category IV and those in the lower half of category III, not requiring recruits in these categories to have completed their high school education, and accepting these people without sufficient analysis of their previous offense records, has created many of the problems the Navy is experiencing today.

16. The reduction of time in recruit training from 9 to 7 weeks, thus sending those personnel who do not qualify for advanced training in "A" schools from the street to the fleet in less than two months, appears to result in inadequate preparation for shipboard duty.

17. The investigation disclosed an alarming frequency of successful acts of sabotage and apparent sabotage on a wide variety of ships and stations within the Navy.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Testimony revealed that one of the triggering devices for the dissident activity aboard Constellation was a misunderstanding, particularly among the young blacks, which led them to believe that in order to reduce the number of personnel aboard the ship to the authorized level, general discharges were about to be awarded to 250 black crew members."


It is ALWAYS a misunderstanding. Things are just so complicated to understand.
Saturday, June 4, 2016 at 1:31:00 P.M. EDT


Anonymous said...

"The investigation disclosed an alarming frequency of successful acts of sabotage and apparent sabotage on a wide variety of ships and stations within the Navy."

Persons were enlisting with the sole purpose of sabotaging ships and KNEW how to do so in a professional manner. Damage to one of these modern ships can disable a vessel for months at a time.
Saturday, June 4, 2016 at 1:33:00 P.M. EDT


Anonymous said...

"There was no formal training of the master-at-arms force. There was not effective utilization of the Marine force. Certainly there was no contingency plan for the coordination of these two forces in events such as these. Once the activities started, there was no plan which would have acted to halt them. The result was to let them wear themselves out."

Those aircraft carriers probably [I have no actual knowledge of this] carried nuclear weapons. The Marines would have pulled back with weapons to safeguard those munitions.
Saturday, June 4, 2016 at 1:35:00 P.M. EDT


Anonymous said...

"Again, concern over racial problems seemed paramount to the question of good order and discipline even though there had been incidents on two ships which may be characterized as 'mutinies'."

Zumwalt when he testified did not even agree these were mutinies. Indeed they were mutinies but the man head fo the whole navy could not agree it was a mutiny. The man was just plain dumb.
Saturday, June 4, 2016 at 1:37:00 P.M. EDT



Remember the Kitty Hawk! Remember the Constellation! West Point’s Female Black Supremacists are Continuing a Grand U.S. Military Civil Rights Tradition!

Mutiny! Two Racist Mutinies the U.S. Navy Has “Disappeared,” and the Shadow Navy Command Structure

Monday, May 09, 2016

 

 

[See my VDARE report:

“Diversity is Strength! It’s Also… a Corrupt U.S. Navy.”]
 

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Eventually, the Navy will recast these racist mutineers as civil rights heroes, if it hasn’t already.

Warning: I have cut a 12,000-word long congressional report into bite sizes, and yet, the entire report is well worth your time and trouble. The writing is bracing, and has a bluntness such that I could have written it.

Unfortunately, instead of embracing the congressional report’s suggestions, the Navy went in the opposite direction.
 

Racial Incidents Onboard USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) and USS Constellation (CVA-64) in 1972.


U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Forces. Report by the Special Subcommittee on Disciplinary Problems in the US Navy. 92nd Cong., 2d sess., 1973, H.A.S.C. 92-81. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1973.

January 2, 1973

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. Introduction

II. Findings, opinions, and recommendations

     A. Findings

     B. Opinions

     C. Recommendations

III. Missions of the subcommittee

    A. Appointment and mandate

    B. Hearings and witnesses

IV. Background summary

    A. The Kitty Hawk incident

         The first confrontation

         Confrontation on the hangar deck

        Marauding bands

        Conflicting orders

        The final confrontation

    B. The Constellation incident

         Clandestine meeting

         The "Sit in"

         The beach detachment

         Unauthorized absence

V. Discussion

     A. Definition of terms

         1. Permissiveness

        2. Z-grams

         3. Middle management

     B. Discipline

         Indicators of military discipline

         Mission performance

        Morale

        Appearance

        Responsiveness to command

        Frequency of disciplinary infractions

        Sabotage

        Drug abuse

    C. Race relations

        Discrimination or perception?

        The communication gap

        Polarization

    D. Problems of perception

    E. The failure middle management

    F. The recruit training

VI. Closing statement

REPORT BY THE SPECIAL SUBCOMMITTE ON DISCIPLINARY PROBLEMS IN THE U.S. NAVY

I. INTRODUCTION

During the course of the 92d Congress, there has been increasing concern in the House Armed Services Committee over the developing of more relaxed discipline in the military services. Substantial evidence of this practice reached us directly through subcommittee investigative reports and messages from concerned service members, as well as indirectly through events reported in the news media.

While generally our men have performed in the outstanding fashion during battle and other in extremis circumstances, on the occasion there has been an erosion of good order and discipline under more normal operations. More disturbing have been the reports of sabotage of naval property, assaults, and others serious lapses in discipline afloat. Further, lawful orders have been subject to "committee" or "town meeting" proceedings prior to compliance by subordinates.

Capping the various reports were the recent serious incidents aboard U.S.S. Kitty Hawk and U.S.S. Constellation --aircraft carriers of vital importance to the naval mission in the Southeast Asia.

Immediately following air operations aboard the Kitty Hawk on the evening of October 12, 1972, a series of incidents broke out wherein group of blacks, armed with chains, wrenches, bars, broomsticks and other dangerous weapons, went marauding through sections of the ship disobeying orders to cease, terrorizing the crew, and seeking out white personnel for senseless beating with fists and with weapons which resulted in extremely serious injury to three men and the medical treatment of many more, including some blacks. While engaged in this conduct some were heard to shout, "Kill the son-of-a-bitch; kill the white trash; wipe him out!" Others shouted, "They are killing our brothers."

Aboard the U.S.S. Constellation, during the period of November 3-4, 1972, what has been charitably described as "unrest" and as "sit-in" took place while the ship was underway for training exercises. The vast majority of the dissident sailors were black and were allegedly protesting several grievances they claimed were in need of correction.

These sailors were off-loaded as part of a "beach detachment", given liberty, refused to return to the ship, and were later processed only for this minor disciplinary infraction (6 hours of unauthorized absence) at Naval Air Station, North Island, near San Diego.

Because of inherent seriousness of these incidents, the Honorable F. Edward Hébert, chairman, House Armed Service Committee, considered it necessary to appoint this special subcommittee on November 13, 1972, to inquire at once into disciplinary problems in the U.S. Navy with particular reference to "alleged racial and disciplinary problems which occurred recently on the aircraft carriers U.S.S. Kitty Hawk and U.S.S. Constellation."

During the course of its inquiry and hearings, which commenced on November 20, 1972, the subcommittee completed some 2,565 pages of reporter's transcript of testimony, and assembled a large volume of reports, directives, military investigations and other papers which have been the basis for this report.

Posted by Nicholas at 6:58 P.M.


1 comment:

David in TN said...
I recall this being in the news. "Civil Rights" leaders complained about the "racist US Navy."

The Navy's response was to placate the protest against them. Throughout the 70's, radio and TV commercials for Navy recruitment blared out "You can be black and navy too."
Monday, May 9, 2016 at 7:19:00 P.M. EDT





Federal Court Rules that Illegal Program is Legal, and that Trump’s Upholding of the Law was Unlawful

By A Texas Reader
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Last updated at 2:48 a.m., on Monday, May 20, 2019

N.S.: You don't have to be a liar, er, lawyer, to grasp this. Since DACA was itself illegal, it cannot possibly be the case that Trump's ending of it was illegal... except in Clownworld, formerly known as ... The Twilight Zone.




Federal Court Rules Trump's Decision to End DACA was Unlawful

The court said the Department of Homeland Security did not adequately account for how ending DACA would affect hundreds of thousands of young people.

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Are Our Weddings too White?

By "W"
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Are our weddings too white? - BBC News

Italy’s Interior Ministry Has Lashed Out at the UN’s Criticism of its Anti-Invasion Proposals, Suggesting the Body Focus on Solving the Emergency in Venezuela, Instead of “electoral campaigning in Italy”

By R.C.
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Italy's Interior Ministry has hit out at the UN's criticism of its anti-migrant proposals, suggesting the body focus on solving the emergency in Venezuela instead of "electoral campaigning in Italy."






The Rape List: Sailors aboard a US Submarine Ranked Female Crewmembers and Detailed Sexual Acts...

By R.C.
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Sailors aboard a US submarine created a "rape list," ranking female crewmembers and detailing sexual acts they wanted to perform on them, a report says. The boat's commander was sacked following a probe into the case.



Female sailors ranked on 'rape list' aboard 2nd US submarine to integrate women — RT USA News

The probe is said to have discovered that "lewd and sexist comment and jokes were tolerated" on board, while trust among the crewmembers and senior officers "was nonexistent.". There were 32 women among the 173-person crew, including two chief petty officers. Every few weeks, the male crewmembers reportedly held a vote to update the "rape list," stored on the submarine's computer ...

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R.C.: Radical egalitarianism.

If men can do something then so can women, and just as well, if not better.



"Kara Hultgreen" - Wikipedia

Kara Spears Hultgreen (5 October 1965 – 25 October 1994) was a lieutenant and naval aviator in the United States Navy and the first female carrier-based fighter pilot in the U.S. Navy. She died just months after she was certified for combat, when she crashed her F-14 Tomcat into the sea on final approach to USS Abraham Lincoln

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The incident on the USS Florida is the first of many to come.




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See John Birch Society Founder Robert Welch Lay Out the 10 Steps the Deep State Would Take to Destroy America (Video)

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix


Dustie‏ @DustieDahl 7h7 hours ago

1958 - A Speech Given With The 10 Steps The Deep State Would Take To Destroy America! AND They Called Him A Conspiracy Theorist! Robert Welch - A Self-Made Wealthy American Businessman Who The Liberals HATED For His Conservative Views - Sound Familiar? pic.twitter.com/lntT2t3RDy


N.S. to Dustie: That's incredible stuff.

And you know who destroyed Robert Welch? None other than #WilliamFBuckleyJr.




Video of Brutal, Racist Hate Crime: Black “Students” Give White Teacher Gang Beatdown

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Fundraisers help Houston truck driver charged in fiery Colorado crash post bond



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West Point is about to Graduate Its Largest Class of Affirmative Action, Rule-Flouting, Black Women

 

A tradition of insubordination: This picture is from spring 2016. Nothing happened to the black supremacist cadets.
 

By "W"
Sun, May 19, 2019 4:28 p.m.
Updated at 2:26 a.m., Monday, May 20, 2019
Last updated at 2:31 a.m., Monday, May 20, 2019

"W": West Point is about to graduate it's [sic] largest class of black women - CNN

[The punctuation error was by CNN, not "W."]

Oh, blessed Diversity! Now, they just need more transgenders to make this a real rainbow army.

N.S.: The photograph, which both West Point and CNN have been celebrating, shows 30 or so black female cadets, many of whom are fatties, engaged in blatant misconduct, in playing around with ceremonial swords. Normal white men who did likewise would have been reprimanded, but instead, the Shamequas are celebrated.

On CNN Sunday afternoon, Frederica "Fred" Whitefield celebrated the photo below.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/05/15/us/west-point-largest-graduating-class-of-black-women-trnd/index.html

 


Spring 2019 photo with violations marked


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N.S.: Yet another lying "reporter." The corpse was a man.






Media Outlet Libels George Zimmerman, in Order to Depict Would-be Murderer and Racist Trayvon Martin as Racial Martyr, and Aid and Abet His Profiteering, Biological Mother's Political Dreams

Prince George's County Ex-Pat
Sun, May 19, 2019 5:44 p.m.

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N.S.: "Slaying" means murder. The only slaying that could have happened that February 2012 night would have been Martin slaying George Zimmerman. And Sybrina Fulton was Martin's biological mother, but did not raise him. She has, however, exploited her connection to him, in order to profit to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars. (She's had to split the loot with her ex, Tracy, whom she despises, or the take would probably be over $1 million.)




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PGCE-P: C'rayon Martin?



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Great Go-Togethers: "Shots fired" and "Martin Luther King Ave" = 9 Down and 1 Dead, so Far

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R.C.: Uh oh.

Shooting.

Community center.

Martin Luther King Avenue.

Negroes.

It's a prescription for a sub-Saharan cluster f**k.



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By R.C.
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Jackson, Miss. – A Mississippi jury has awarded a total of more than $3 million to five African American strippers after a federal judge found the women worked under worse conditions than their white colleagues.




R.C.: Uh, did somebody coerce the strippers, whether black or white, to work in a goddamn strip club?

And is this establishment the only such establishment in Jackson, Mississippi?



R.C.: If I am to believe Wikipedia (and who doesn't?😊) Jackson's demographics rival those of Soweto.

So, were black patrons of the "cabaret" willing to pay more to see white "dancers"?

N.S.: I don't get it. If the judge was rigging the show, why was any jury involved?




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Reefer Madness: Former New York Times Reporter Discovers that Legal Pot is Making People Psychotic and Murderous (Ann Coulter)

These are Real “High Crimes”

By Ann Coulter
May 15, 2019
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[Previously: “Media and Potheads Agree: We Love Pot! The Truth, Not so Much (Ann Coulter)”]

Contrary to the image of potheads as peaceful stoners, “cannabis-dependent psychotic patients were four times as likely to be violent,” Alex Berenson writes in his magnificent new book, Tell Your Children: The Truth About Marijuana, Mental Illness, and Violence. “No other factor was nearly as important. Alcohol use, which was common among the patients, made no difference."

So where are all the marijuana-induced murders?

As Berenson says, they’re hiding in plain sight. But until you’re told about the cannabis-psychosis link, you don’t even notice. Crime reporters don’t want to look uncool by asking about the perp’s marijuana use, and, inasmuch as being high isn’t a legal defense, neither prosecutors nor defense lawyers have an incentive to request that suspects be tested for pot.

At the end of his book, Berenson runs through a slew of depraved murders, inexplicably gruesome – until you find out the perpetrators were high on marijuana. None of these were reported as cannabis-induced homicides.

In 2016, 35-year-old comic book artist and screenwriter Blake Leibel scalped his girlfriend, stripping her skull to the bone, drained her body of blood, then hid out in their West Hollywood condo with her desiccated corpse for more than a week. Only after the girlfriend’s mother tricked the police into knocking down the door did they discover the grisly scene.

The girlfriend had complained to her mother that Blake smoked “huge” amounts of marijuana.

In 2017, Dean Lowe, a 32-year-old cannabis dealer in Cornwall, England, beat his girlfriend to death, chopped her body into tiny pieces and made a necklace of her teeth. Like Leibel, Lowe lived with her remains in their apartment for eight days, disposing of her body parts, bit by bit, by flushing them down the toilet and leaving the rest for the garbage collector.

The murder was discovered months later, after Lowe texted a cousin, saying, “Either I'm getting set up or I've murdered (my girlfriend). I had a blackout, hazy memory and woke up with a body on the floor. I am scared so I just got rid.”

Lowe had long boasted that he was “the biggest stoner in the world.”

In December 2017, William T. Jones Jr. walked up to a complete stranger, 21-year-old Jared Plesec, a Salvation Army volunteer in Cleveland, and shot him in the head. Jones then hysterically raged for a solid four minutes – captured on Facebook Live by a passerby – screaming “F*ck Trump!” and “They're going to kill us all!”

Over the next hour, he rampaged through Cleveland, shooting at people and committing several carjackings before finally being captured by the police.

Jones had never been diagnosed with any mental illness. Blood samples taken after his arrest showed the presence of only one drug: marijuana.

After reading Berenson's book, you’ll suddenly start noticing pot-induced murders all over.

Just last week in Ventura County, California, a preliminary hearing was held in the case of Bryn Spejcher, an employed, well-educated 28-year-old with no criminal record or history of mental illness. She stands accused of stabbing her boyfriend to death – after smoking pot for the first time.

On May 28, 2018, police arrived at Chad O'Melia's apartment around 1 a.m. to find Bryn kneeling over his lifeless body. As soon as Bryn saw the deputies, she took the 8-inch serrated knife she was holding and stabbed herself in the neck.

The coroner testified that Chad had been stabbed 108 times, from his head to his knees, cutting his trachea, jugular vein and carotid artery and perforating his heart twice. Bryn's Siberian husky had also been stabbed.

Bryn told police she’d never smoked pot before and wanted to try it, but when she felt nothing, Chad said he'd give her something more "intense." After one puff from the bong, she said she felt like she was dying, ran to the bathroom, then back to Chad and began frantically stabbing him because voices were telling her to keep fighting to stay alive.

A forensic scientist from the crime lab confirmed that no drug other than THC was present in Bryn's blood and no drug other than THC was found in the bong.

The Los Angeles Times has yet to mention this case.

Last Sunday’s New York Times magazine featured a story by Wil Hylton about how his cousin tried to murder him for absolutely no reason a few years ago. Hylton blamed toxic masculinity: “the conventions of male identity were toxic ... Masculinity is a religion.”

There was a rather more obvious explanation screaming out from his story:

— Hylton's repeated mentions of his cousin's pot smoking, e.g.: “He always wanted to smoke a bowl”;

— The cousin was apparently thrown out of the military for selling hashish; and

— The reason his cousin beat Hylton to a bloody pulp in the middle of a child's birthday party was that ... he was hearing voices no one else could hear.

Times readers filled the “Comments” page with indignation at toxic masculinity, but one, a Toronto psychiatrist, wrote: “The article doesn't mention that his cousin's regular marijuana use could be one possible cause of his paranoid hallucinations.”

Finally, you may have seen the story about a quintuple-homicide near Baton Rouge, Louisiana, earlier this year. Around 8 a.m. on a Saturday in January, 21-year-old Dakota Theriot is accused of fatally shooting his girlfriend, his girlfriend's father and brother, then driving to his parents' house, where he killed them, too. (His father lived long enough to identify his son as the killer.)

Perhaps Theriot is just a run-of-the-mill schizophrenic. But I happened to notice that his only prior arrests were for: possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana.



Monty Python Sketch: The Cheese Shop (John Cleese and Michael Palin); Including the Complete Script!

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix





Monty Python Scripts

The Cheese Shop

The cast:

CUSTOMER
John Cleese
WENSLYDALE
Michael Palin

The sketch:

Customer walks in the Henry Wenslydale's Cheese shop and walks past the bazouki player.

Customer: Good Morning.

Wenslydale: Good morning, Sir. Welcome to the National Cheese Emporium!

Customer: Ah, thank you, my good man.

Wenslydale: What can I do for you, Sir?

Customer: Well, I was, uh, sitting in the public library on Thurmon Street just now, skimming through "Rogue Herrys" by Hugh Walpole, and I suddenly came over all peckish.

Wenslydale: Peckish, sir?

Customer: Esuriant.

Wenslydale: Eh?

Customer: 'Ee, Ah wor 'ungry-loike!

Wenslydale: Ah, hungry!

Customer: In a nutshell. And I thought to myself, "a little fermented curd will do the trick," so, I curtailed my Walpoling activities, sallied forth, and infiltrated your place of purveyance to negotiate the vending of some cheesy comestibles!

Wenslydale: Come again?

Customer: I want to buy some cheese.

Wenslydale: Oh, I thought you were complaining about the bazouki player!

Customer: Oh, heaven forbid: I am one who delights in all manifestations of the Terpsichorean muse!

Wenslydale: Sorry?

Customer: 'Ooo, Ah lahk a nice tuune, 'yer forced too!

Wenslydale: So he can go on playing, can he?

Customer: Most certainly! Now then, some cheese please, my good man.

Wenslydale: (lustily) Certainly, sir. What would you like?

Customer: Well, eh, how about a little red Leicester.

Wenslydale: I'm, afraid we're fresh out of red Leicester, sir.

Customer: Oh, never mind, how are you on Tilsit?

Wenslydale: I'm afraid we never have that at the end of the week, sir, we get it fresh on Monday.

Customer: Tish tish. No matter. Well, stout yeoman, four ounces of Caerphilly, if you please.

Wenslydale: Ah! It's beeeen on order, sir, for two weeks. Was expecting it this morning.

Customer: 'T's Not my lucky day, is it? Aah, Bel Paese?

Wenslydale: Sorry, sir.

Customer: Red Windsor?

Wenslydale: Normally, sir, yes. Today the van broke down.

Customer: Ah. Stilton?

Wenslydale: Sorry.

Customer: Ementhal? Gruyere?

Wenslydale: No.

Customer: Any Norweigan Jarlsburg, per chance.

Wenslydale: No.

Customer: Lipta?

Wenslydale: No.

Customer: Lancashire?

Wenslydale: No.

Customer: White Stilton?

Wenslydale: No.

Customer: Danish Brew?

Wenslydale: No.

Customer: Double Goucester?

Wenslydale: (pause) No.

Customer: Cheshire?

Wenslydale: No.

Customer: Dorset Bluveny?

Wenslydale: No.

Customer: Brie, Roquefort, Pol le Veq, Port Salut, Savoy Aire, Saint Paulin, Carrier de lest, Bres Bleu, Bruson?

Wenslydale: No.

Customer: Camenbert, perhaps?

Wenslydale: Ah! We have Camenbert, yessir.

Customer: (surprised) You do! Excellent.

Wenslydale: Yessir. It's..ah,.....it's a bit runny...

Customer: Oh, I like it runny.

Wenslydale: Well,.. It's very runny, actually, sir.

Customer: No matter. Fetch hither the fromage de la Belle France! Mmmwah!

Wenslydale: I...think it's a bit runnier than you'll like it, sir.

Customer: I don't care how fucking runny it is. Hand it over with all speed.

Wenslydale: Oooooooooohhh........! (pause)

Customer: What now?

Wenslydale: The cat's eaten it.

Customer: (pause) Has he.

Wenslydale: She, sir.

(pause)

Customer: Gouda?

Wenslydale: No.

Customer: Edam?

Wenslydale: No.

Customer: Case Ness?

Wenslydale: No.

Customer: Smoked Austrian?

Wenslydale: No.

Customer: Japanese Sage Darby?

Wenslydale: No, sir.

Customer: You...do *have* some cheese, don't you?

Wenslydale: (brightly) Of course, sir. It's a cheese shop, sir. We've got--

Customer: No no... don't tell me. I'm keen to guess.

Wenslydale: Fair enough.

Customer: Uuuuuh, Wenslydale.

Wenslydale: Yes?

Customer: Ah, well, I'll have some of that!

Wenslydale: Oh! I thought you were talking to me, sir. Mister Wenslydale, that's my name.

(pause)

Customer: Greek Feta?

Wenslydale: Uh, not as such.

Customer: Uuh, Gorgonzola?

Wenslydale: no

Customer: Parmesan,

Wenslydale: no

Customer: Mozzarella,

Wenslydale: no

Customer: Paper Cramer,

Wenslydale: no

Customer: Danish Bimbo,

Wenslydale: no

Customer: Czech sheep's milk,

Wenslydale: no

Customer: Venezuelan Beaver Cheese?

Wenslydale: Not *today*, sir, no.

(pause)

Customer: Aah, how about Cheddar?

Wenslydale: Well, we don't get much call for it around here, sir.

Customer: Not much ca--It's the single most popular cheese in the world!

Wenslydale: Not 'round here, sir.

Customer: and what IS the most popular cheese 'round hyah?

Wenslydale: 'Illchester, sir.

Customer: IS it.

Wenslydale: Oh, yes, it's staggeringly popular in this manor, squire.

Customer: Is it.

Wenslydale: It's our number one best seller, sir!

Customer: I see. Uuh...'Illchester, eh?

Wenslydale: Right, sir.

Customer: All right. Okay. 'Have you got any?' he asked, expecting the answer 'no'.

Wenslydale: I'll have a look, sir... nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnno.

Customer: It's not much of a cheese shop, is it?

Wenslydale: Finest in the district!

Customer: (annoyed) Explain the logic underlying that conclusion, please.

Wenslydale: Well, it's so clean, sir!

Customer: It's certainly uncontaminated by cheese....

Wenslydale: (brightly) You haven't asked me about Limburger, sir.

Customer: Would it be worth it?

Wenslydale: Could be....

Customer: Have you --SHUT THAT BLOODY BAZOUKI OFF!

Wenslydale: Told you sir....

Customer: (slowly) Have you got any Limburger?

Wenslydale: No.

Customer: Figures. Predictable, really I suppose. It was an act of purest optimism to have posed the question in the first place. Tell me

Wenslydale: Yessir?

Customer: Have you in fact got any cheese here at all.

Wenslydale: Yessir.

Customer: Really?

(pause)

Wenslydale: No. Not really, sir.

Customer: You haven't.

Wenslydale: No sir. Not a scrap. I was deliberately wasting your time, sir.

Customer: Well I'm sorry, but I'm going to have to shoot you.

Wenslydale: Right-o, sir.

The customer takes out a gun and shoots the owner.

Customer: What a *senseless* waste of human life.

Back-Stabbing, Lying, Republican Congressman Calls for President Trump’s Impeachment

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 6:38:00 P.M. EDT

Unfortunately, my Republican congressman, wants Trump impeached.

At CNN.

--GRA


A Mass School Shooting is Averted, but for Some Reason, the MSM have Quarantined the Identity of the Gunman!

By Jerry PDX
Sunday, May 19, 2019 at 2:35:00 A.M. EDT

A possible mass shooting at Parkrose High School in Portland was thwarted when 18 yr. old student Angel Granados Dias was tackled while carrying a gun into the school by Keanon Lowe, a black football coach.

Media heavily covered Mr. Lowe's heroic act but only one outlet, Channel 6 news, has posted the shooter’s name and face, despite him being publicly identified for nearly a full day now. Very likely because it is a Hispanic kid, and not a white one.

It's not because he's technically a child; he is 18 years old and a legal adult, which was reported when the story first hit.

One of my nephews attends Parkrose but was not at school that day.


A Mass Shooting Hits Yet Another "Vigil"

By R.C.
Sat, May 18, 2019 10:44 p.m.

A woman was killed and five others were wounded in a shooting at a vigil near a Long Beach bar early Saturday morning, the Long Beach Police Department said.



1 Killed, Several Wounded in Shooting Outside Long Beach Bar; Authorities Searching for Shooter

One person was killed and several others were wounded in a shooting outside a Long Beach bar early Saturday morning, the Long Beach Police Department said. Officers responded to the area of Pacific Coast Highway and Canal Avenue at around around 12:40 a.m. to find "multiple people" with gunshot wounds, Long Beach Police Lt. Richardson said.

ktla.com


R.C.: Vigil for whom, or for what reason?

So, will there now be another vigil to honor those who were shot at the first vigil?

Will this go on ad infinitum?




Unhinged “Protesters” with the Muslim Defence League Rioted against Tommy Robinson and His Supporters with Bricks, Bottles and Eggs during a Campaign Event in Oldham on Saturday

By R.C.
Sat, May 18, 2019 10:57 p.m.