Saturday, January 25, 2020

Anaheim Resident Fatally Shoots 20-Year-Old Car Burglary Suspect

By R.C.
Sat, Jan 25, 2020 7:57 p.m.

"Anaheim Resident Fatally Shoots 20-Year-Old Car Burglary Suspect, Police Say" | KTLA.

Dead Burglary Suspect, 20, Id'd by Anaheim Police

By R.C.
Sat, Jan 25, 2020 10:46 p.m.

Anaheim police identified the 20-year-old man fatally shot by a resident who suspected him of burglarizing a car early Saturday. Malik Mustafa Shwiat, 20, appears in a photo released by the Anaheim Police Department on Jan. 25, 2020. Malik Mustafa Shwia

"Anaheim Police Identify Car Burglary Suspect, 20, Fatally Shot by Resident" | KTLA

Anaheim police identified the 20-year-old man fatally shot by a resident who suspected him of burglarizing a car early Saturday. The homeowner who shot Malik Mustafa Shwiat has not been identified ...

The Mamas & The Papas - "California Dreamin'"

California Dreaming performed by the Mamas and the Papas Lyrics: All the leaves are brown (all the leaves are brown) And the sky is grey (and the sky is grey) I've been for a walk (I've been for a walk) On a winter's day (on a winter's day) I'd be safe and warm (I'd be safe and warm) If I was in L.A. (if I was in L.A.) California dreamin ...

R.C.: Authorities will say he was white.


Highway Gunfight Issues in Wounded Female Passenger

By A Texas Reader
Sat, Jan 25, 2020 10:49 p.m.

Police say a female passenger was struck, and the driver of that vehicle returned fire at the suspect vehicle. The victim was taken to the hospital by the driver of her vehicle.

"1 shot in apparent road rage incident, Dallas police say" |

One person was shot Saturday in an apparent road rage incident, Dallas police say. According to the report, around 4:30 p.m. two vehicles were traveling in northbound lanes of North Central ...

Chicago Woman Shot 3 IL State Troopers, Killing 1, before Fatally Shooting Herself in Cigar Lounge


Murderer Lisa McMullan: My hunch: She and Greg Reaves Jr., whom she murdered, had been sleeping together. The other guys she shot were his buddies, so she figured, What the hell?

By R.C.
Sat, Jan 25, 2020 10:54 p.m.

Chicago Woman Shot 3 IL State Troopers, Killing 1, before Fatally Shooting Herself in Cigar Lounge

Chicago woman shot 3 IL State troopers, killing 1, before fatally shooting herself in cigar lounge

Authorities have identified a retired Illinois State trooper who was killed when a Hyde Park woman opened fire in a cigar lounge in west suburban Lisle Friday, wounding two other troopers before fatally shooting herself.

"Lisa McMullan: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know" |

On January 24, 2020, at approximately 10:13 p.m., Lisle Police Officers were dispatched to the Humidor of Lisle, 1600 Ogden Avenue, for a report of a shooting in progress, the Lisle Police ...

Racist, Black College Student Refuses to Follow Prof's Orders, so Naturally, Univ. Pres Punishes Prof., and Apologizes to Student!

Sat, Jan 25, 2020 11:08 p.m.

A black student in Indiana is disappointed Ball State University is not acknowledging that a marketing professor discriminated against him when he called the police on him for refusing to change seats in class.

Interview by Tucker Carlson with Christopher Caldwell, Author of the Book the Dissident Right is Presently Swooning over

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix
A tip ‘o the hate to Steve Sailer.

Why Politicians Don’t Do What Most Voters Want Analyzed by Tucker Carlson and Christopher Caldwell

At the end of the first minute, Caldwell said it’s the result of “a good thing, our civil rights laws.”

I shut it off.

I realize that this is the book that the Dissident Right is presently swooning over. So sue me.

Steve Sailer reader @Charles Erwin Wilson 3 commented,

“I appreciate diagnosis. But I am eager to see the prescription. I appreciate, therefore, the Taki article. Usually, big brains like Caldwell (and Charles Murray) are long on diagnosis and short on prescription.”

I responded, The prescription is unprintable, because it entails breaking the law:

“Possibilities for How ‘the American Experiment’ Will End”

“‘Was This Trip Necessary?’ The Sermon in Bastogne, During the Battle of the Bulge, in William ‘Wild Bill’ Wellman’s 1949 Masterpiece, Battleground

I get the impression that I’ve been writing a book on the same topic as Caldwell since 1989, when I produced the first issue of my magazine, A Different Drummer. However, over the years, as I learned how I’d been conned both by Reds like Stephen Jay Gould and “conservatives” like the crews at Commentary, etc., I reformulated both my diagnosis and my prescription.

150-lb. Suspect Shot in North Texas

By A Texas Reader
Sat, Jan 25, 2020 5:34 p.m.

"Mountain Lion Weighing in at 150 Pounds Shot in North Texas."

The Problem of Police Harassment

The Problem of Police Harassment
[Via An Old Friend]

Recently, the Chula Vista Police Department ran an e-mail forum (a question-and-answer exchange) with the topic being, “Community Policing.”

One of the civilian email participants posed the following question,
“I would like to know how it is possible for police officers to continually harass people and get away with it?”

From the “other side” (the law enforcement side) Sgt. Bennett, obviously a cop with a sense of humor replied:

“First of all, let me tell you’s not easy. In Chula Vista, we average one cop for every 600 people. Only about 60% of those cops are on general duty (or what you might refer to as “patrol”) where we do most of our harassing.

The rest are in non-harassing departments that do not allow them contact with the day-to-day innocents. And at any given moment, only one-fifth of the 60% patrollers are on duty and available for harassing people while the rest are off duty. So roughly, one cop is responsible for harassing about 5,000 residents.

When you toss in the commercial business, and tourist locations that attract people from other areas, sometimes you have a situation where a single cop is responsible for harassing 10,000 or more people a day!

Now, your average ten-hour shift runs 36,000 seconds long. This Gives a cop one second to harass one person, and then only three-fourths of a second to eat a donut AND then find a new person to harass. This is no easy task. To be honest, most cops are not up to this day-in-and-day-out challenge, it is just too tiring. What we do is utilize some tools to help us narrow down those people which we can realistically harass.

The tools available to us are as follows:

PHONE: People will call us up and point out things that cause us to focus on a person for special harassment. “My neighbor is beating his wife” is a code phrase used often. This means we’ll come out and give somebody some special harassment.

Another popular one is, “There’s a guy breaking into a house.” The harassment team is then put into action.

CARS: We have special cops assigned to harass people who drive. They like to harass the drivers of fast cars, cars with no insurance or no driver’s
licenses. It’s lots of fun when you pick them out of traffic for nothing more obvious than running a red light. Sometimes you get to really heap the harassment on when you find they have drugs in the car, they are drunk, or have an outstanding warrant on file.

RUNNERS: Some people take off running just at the sight of a police officer. Nothing is quite as satisfying as running after them like a beagle on the scent of a bunny. When you catch them, you can harass them for hours.

STATUTES: When we don’t have PHONES or CARS and have nothing better to do, there are actually books that give us ideas for reasons to harass folks. They are called “Statutes”; Criminal Codes, Motor Vehicle Codes, etc. They spell out all sorts of things which you can really use to harass people.

After you read the statute, you can just drive around for a while until you find someone violating one of these listed offenses and harass them. Just last week I saw a guy trying to steal a car. Well, there’s this book we have that says that’s not allowed. That meant I got permission to harass this guy. It is a really cool system that we have set up, and it works pretty well.

We seem to have a never-ending supply of folks to harass. And we get away with it. Why? Because for the good citizens who pay the tab, we try to keep the streets safe for them, and they pay us to “harass” some people.

Next time you are in my town, give me the old “single finger wave.” That’s another one of those codes. It means, “You can harass me.”...

It’s one of our favorites.

N.S.: Thisi is a viral e-mail that has been bouncing around since at least December, 2009. I doubt that it has any connection to the Chula Vista Police Department or a Sgt. Bennett, but I haven’t yet reached out to the CVPD, to determine that.

The writing quality was heads and shoulders above that of the typical viral e-mail. I did a slight bit of housekeeping—removed a stray period here, added a few hyphens there (“day-in-and-day-out”), but it had fewer typos than what one typically sees today form “professional journalists.”

While I doubt that the author was “Sgt. Bennett” of the Chula Vista Police Department, I do believe that he was a cop. The piece reeks of sardonic, old-time copper humor. My hunch is that the piece is over 20 years old, and that its author has long since “pulled the pin” (retired).

TCM’s Film Noir of the Week Saturday Night-Sunday Morning at Midnight and 10 a.m. ET is Cy Enfield’s Try and Get Me (1950), Starring Frank Lovejoy and Lloyd Bridges, with Kathleen Ryan and Richard Carlson

By David in TN
Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 12:05:00 A.M. EST

TCM’s Film Noir of the Week Saturday Night-Sunday Morning at Midnight and 10 a.m. ET is Try and Get Me (1950) starring Frank Lovejoy and Lloyd Bridges, with Kathleen Ryan and Richard Carlson, and directed by Cy Enfield (aka Endfield).

This is based on the kidnap-murder of the scion of a prominent family in San Jose, California in 1933 named Brooke Hart. The two (guilty) perps were lynched with no punishment for the lynch mob.

Film Noir Guide: “Lovejoy gives his best performance ever as a war veteran whose desperation drives him to team up with a sociopathic petty crook (Bridges). While his pregnant wife and small child think he’s working the night shift at the factory, Lovejoy is really Bridges’ getaway driver in a series of small-time hold-ups. The money helps his family get back on their feet but Lovejoy, way over his head, begins experiencing conscience pangs. He wants out—but only after one last job, the fabled ‘big one’ that will set his family up for life. Naturally, the job turns sour and ends with a murder.

“The community is soon in an uproar about the partners’ latest crime, thanks to irresponsible reporting by an opportunistic journalist (Carlson). Eventually, Lovejoy’s nagging guilt wears him down and results in the pair’s capture. The exciting and thought-provoking climax is one of the best of its kind. A terrified Lovejoy (no heroics here) and a crazed Bridges...well, see for yourself.

“Also known as The Sound of Fury, Try and get Me delivers it all—an exciting story, fine acting, top-notch photography, and a social message you won't soon forget.”

David in TN: Our friend Eddie Muller (at his reddest) will probably wax lachrymose over left-wing director Cy Enfield.

This is the last TCM Noir of the Week for a month. February is devoted to Oscar nominations in movies.

Friday, January 24, 2020

In September of 2016, Nikaj says that a hate crime occurred in her class. According to court documents, Nikaj says she says she was targeted on the basis of her ethnic origin and found swastikas drawn in her classroom.

Fri, Jan 24, 2020 10:47 p.m.

In September of 2016, Nikaj says that a hate crime occurred in her class. According to court documents, Nikaj says she says she was targeted on the basis of her ethnic origin and found swastikas drawn in her classroom.

"Lawsuit Filed Against TCU, Alleges Civil Rights Violations and Discrimination" – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

TCU Lawsuit Filed Against TCU, Alleges Civil Rights Violations and Discrimination Dr. Silda Nikaj says she faced discrimination based on gender, race, and pay during her time as a professor at ...

The noose is loose.

"The Moose is loose, again, in U.S. markets" - The Globe and Mail

The $35-million brewery is backed by $6-million in provincial forgivable loans and grants -- a bitter pill for Mr. Oland, who complains that New Brunswick tax dollars are being used to support an ...

Live facial recognition cameras will be deployed across London, with the city’s Metropolitan Police announcing today that the technology has moved past the trial stage and is ready to be permanently integrated into everyday policing.

Fri, Jan 24, 2020 11:11 p.m.

Live facial recognition cameras will be deployed across London, with the city's Metropolitan Police announcing today that the technology has moved past the trial stage and is ready to be permanently integrated into everyday policing.
Each camera will scan for faces contained in "bespoke" watch lists, which the Met says will predominantly contain individuals "wanted for serious and violent offences."

So, will the cameras scan for only blacks and Muslims?

And will this be considered "disparate impact"?

Or "racial profiling"?

Central American Invaders Battle Mexican Military; U.S. Pushes Enforcement Efforts; Headline Editor Treats Violent Criminals as Victims

By A Texas Reader
Fri, Jan 24, 2020 10:44 p.m.

"Central American migrants crossing into Mexico face violent clashes with military; U.S. pushes enforcement efforts."

N.S.: The headline editor made it sound as if the violent criminals from Central America are the vics of violent, Mexican soldiers.

"Central American migrants crossing into Mexico face violent clashes with military; U.S. pushes enforcement efforts" - KVIA

FRONTERA HIDALGO, Mexico -- Violent clashes have broken out in Mexico between migrants and military forces after a caravan headed north from Central America met the Mexican National Guard at the same time the U.S. government is looking to strengthen immigration enforcement in Latin America. Mexican National Guard troops were recorded forming a ...

ATR: It's an invasion.

After More Downtown Stabbings, Abbott Says Austin's "reckless" Policies on Homelessness "must end now"

By A Texas Reader
Fri, Jan 24, 2020 10:52 p.m.

"After More Downtown Stabbings, Abbott Says Austin's 'reckless' Policies on Homelessness 'must end now'"

"Gov. Abbott calls Austin homeless policy reckless after stabbings" |

AUSTIN, Texas — After a series of Downtown Austin stabbings overnight left three people injured, Gov. Greg Abbott released a pointed statement for the Austin City Council on Friday. "City of ...

Austin is a Mini-Me version of San Francisco.

"Don't Californicate Texas." Texas Gov. Abbott to Californians: "Don’t blow it when you come here."

By A Texas Reader
Fri, Jan 24, 2020 11:00 pm
Texas Gov. Abbott to Californians: 'Don't blow it when you come here.'

Like the bumper sticker I saw last year on an old Chevy Tahoe:

"Don't Californicate Texas."

Texas Justice, in North Carolina! Pizza Deliveryman Shoots Three Would-be Robber-Murderers, Misses One

By A.L.
Fri, Jan 24, 2020 8:37 p.m.

Pizza Delivery; One of the Most Dangerous Jobs in the World

Police: Pizza Delivery Driver Shoots 3 Of 4 Suspects Trying To Rob Him

1/24/2020, 6:40:51 P.M.
By nickcarraway
20 replies
CBS Los Angeles | January 23, 2020

A pizza delivery driver shot three of four suspects who tried to rob him during a late-night delivery, police in North Carolina said.

Trump Administration Limits Birth Tourism, Announces Visa Restrictions for Pregnant Women

By A Colleague
Fri, Jan 24, 2020 2:45 p.m.

Trump Administration Announces Visa Restrictions for Pregnant Women

The NYT article was remarkable for the comments it elicited favorable to the crackdown. Typical comments were like, "I am no fan of Trump but I favor this action" with citations of abuse from Los Angeles to New York.

Wanted for Mass Killing, $5K Reward: Negro Suspect Accused of Intentionally Slaughtering 11 Seagulls with Car

By Prince George's County Ex-Pat
Fri, Jan 24, 2020 9:15 a.m.

Negro Suspect Accused of Intentionally Hitting, Killing 11 Seagulls with Car, $5K Reward Offered

Where's Texas Justice? Houston "Woman" Sentenced to 50 Years in Purse-Snatching Murder

By A Texas Reader
Fri, Jan 24, 2020 9:09 a.m.

Houston Woman Sentenced to 50 Years in Purse-Snatching Murder

Mass Murder in a Small German Town: Shooter Kills 6 (Guess the Race)

By R.C.
Fri, Jan 24, 2020 9:11 a.m.
Shots Fired in German Town of Rot am See Reportedly Kill 6, Shooter in Custody

Black Gunmen Shoot Eight in Seattle; Netanyahu Declares War on Iran; George Zimmerman on Richard Jewell

Truth or Consequences

“Chief Best says there was a dispute in front of the McDonald’s. Witnesses told police that two or more men started shooting at one another, and then ran away."

- Brit Moorer, KING-TV5, Seattle, WA, January 23, 2020

What’s wrong with this update from Seattle’s KING-TV5?

Seattle PD looking for two suspects in downtown shooting

Police say both suspects have criminal histories and are considered armed and dangerous. More here:

Newswoman of color Brit Moorer tells viewers that the Seattle Police Department has identified two suspects in a deadly shooting last night which killed one and injured seven.

Alleged media operative Brit Moorer (she enjoys the presumption of innocence)

“We’re told those suspects are considered armed and dangerous,” Moorer warns - and then fails to name or picture Marquis Latrelle Tolbert and William Ray Tolliver, both 24.

Marquis Latrelle Tolbert, 24

William Ray Tolliver, 24

Other news sources report the pair boast lengthy criminal records, and that the gunfire may have been part of a gang initiation.

Seattle PD Chief Carmen Best promised stepped-up patrols downtown after a woman in her mid-40s died. Those hurt included a 55-year-old woman in critical condition, and a nine-year-old boy listed in satisfactory condition.

Seattle PD Chief Carmen Best


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used today's World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem to call for war on Iran.

Vice President Mike Pence, Russia’s Vladimir Putin, and France’s Emmanuel Macron heard Netanyahu say that Iran poses a specific danger to Israel and that it “threaten(s) the peace and security of the entire world.”

“I call on all governments to join the vital effort in confronting Iran.”

Poland President Andrzej Duda refused to attend the event, citing widening disagreements between Warsaw and Israel over reparations claims made by the Jewish state last year.

January 27 marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau labor camp by the Red Army. 7500 were discovered suffering from typhus along with 620 dead, January 27, 1945.

In the years since, Auschwitz-Birkenau has come to symbolize the purported [?!] extermination of six million European Jews during World War II.

[N.S.: Thank God, for my morally superior Jewish genes, or I might have responded to that calumny with wrath.]


Senator Bernie Sanders (D-Vermont) has overtaken former Vice President Joe Biden in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, according to the latest national poll by CNN.

Analysts at The Hill discuss:

STUN POLL: Bernie overtakes Biden nationally

Team Rising looks at the latest National CNN polling. About Rising: Rising is a weekday morning show with bipartisan hosts that breaks the mold of morning TV...


University of Michigan Vice President Martin Philbert has been placed on administrative leave after multiple allegations of sexual misconduct were leveled against him, The Michigan Daily, Ann Arbor’s student newspaper, reports.

Philbert has been described as “a vital cog” in the school’s diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.

Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D-Michigan) said, “Everyone deserves due process and a thorough investigation.

“It is still difficult for survivors [sic] to come forward in situations like these, and we need to recognize their bravery and courage.”

Philbert continues to receive his full salary, listed as $570,340 by public records.


Clint Eastwood’s December release Richard Jewell was mostly panned by film critics, as it retold how aggressive public servants and an ambitious media put an unsuspecting Southerner in their crosshairs, following the Centennial Park bombing at the Atlanta Olympics, July 27, 1996.

RICHARD JEWELL Trailer (2019)

Official Richard Jewell Movie Trailer 2019 | Subscribe ➤ | Paul Walter Hauser Movie Trailer | Release: 13 Dec 2019 | More https://KinoCheck....

By 2012 these themes had worsened when the collective press put its fingers on the scale against "white Hispanic" George Zimmerman, accused in the death of 17-year old black prowler Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida.

Former President Barack Obama joined the dogpile, along with Attorney General Eric Holder, and Zimmerman was charged with murder.

Zimmerman’s life was irrevocably changed despite being acquitted, July 13, 2013.

Here Zimmerman compares his experience with that of Eastwood's Jewell for American Thinker:

“Man, Richard Jewell Hit Home!” - American Thinker

"I love just about all Clint Eastwood movies, but Richard Jewell is in a class by itself. This one was personal. This one Clint Eastwood made for me. Only a handful of people in America know what ..."

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Sopranos' Actress Accusing Harvey Weinstein of Rape Says He Sent Her Pervy Care Packages

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Large Explosions Rock Apartments in Swedish No-Go Suburbs

Thu, Jan 23, 2020 4:39 p.m.

Large Explosions Rock Apartments in Swedish No-Go Suburbs

"Large Explosions Rock Apartments in Swedish No-Go Suburbs."

Jesus Kills! Will They Rise from the Dead?

By R.C.
Thu, Jan 23, 2020 10:43 p.m.

"Jesus Kills! Will They Rise from the Dead?"

"Long Beach Man Fatally Shot Woman, Wounded Man After 'Ongoing Personal Dispute': Police"

"A man with an 'ongoing personal dispute' with a man and woman shot them outside his house Wednesday evening, killing the woman, the Long Beach Police Department said. Jesus Romero, 46, saw the two in front of his house in the 1600 block of West 19th Street and walked outside to confront them before opening fire about 6:30 p.m., police said."

Former Applebee's Employee Sues, Saying She was Fired for Booting Customer Who Made Anti-Muslim Comments

By R.C.
Thu, Jan 23, 2020 10:42 p.m.

Former Applebee's employee says she was fired for booting customer who made anti-Muslim comments, files lawsuit

R.C.: What "racist" comments?

I sat next to a white family of Muslims on a flight from Dallas to D.C. a  few years ago.  Must have been Bosnians, Serbs or Albanians.

Mother had a toddller, a pre-teen plus a newborn.  The female toddler had beautiful blonde ringlets of hair and blue eyes.

And why would she kick the guy out?   He might have been a former Muslim, for all we know.

Too Little or too Much? Founder of Arizona Pharmaceutical Company Gets 5 1/2 Years for Bribery and Kickback Scheme that Helped Fuel Opioid Crisis

By Prince George's County Ex-Pat
Thu, Jan 23, 2020 10:46 p.m.

The founder of an Arizona pharmaceutical company was ordered to spend 5 1/2 years in prison Thursday for orchestrating a bribery and kickback scheme prosecutors said helped fuel the opioid crisis.

PGCE-P: Five years?


How many died because of this drug dealer?

Ann Coulter Praises We Build the Wall, Fishers Industries for Unprecedented Wall Construction

By R.C.
Thu, Jan 23, 2020 6:43 p.m.

Ann Coulter Praises We Build the Wall, Fishers Industries for Unprecedented Wall Construction

What the Wall Street Journal Finds Printable about Martin Luther King Jr.

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

A “conservative” community activist praises “the real” MLK:

The Left Forgets What Martin Luther King Stood For
He didn’t think oppression was what defined the struggle for civil rights.
By Robert L. Woodson
Jan. 17, 2020 6:36 p.m. ET
Wall Street Journal

As the nation celebrates the birth of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., the progressive left will again seize the moment to twist the story of black Americans’ struggle, to the detriment of those who suffered most in that struggle. They’ll put all the attention on the oppressive conditions faced by black freedom fighters—what white racists did to them—rather than on their own spirit in fighting to gain equal rights under the law. Instead of celebrating blacks’ achievements and the progress made toward delivering on America’s promissory note, the left will transport yesterday’s real injustices into today’s false social-justice narrative, ignoring the principles that were so crucial to Dr. King.

History is full of inspiring examples of black people succeeding against the odds, including building their own schools, hotels, railroads and banking systems when doors were closed to them. According to the economist Thomas Sowell, “the poverty rate among blacks fell from 87 percent in 1940 to 47 percent by 1960.”

These accomplishments were made possible by a set of values cherished among the blacks of the time: self-determination, resiliency, personal virtue, honesty, honor and accountability. Dr. King understood that these values would be the bedrock for black success once true equality was won. As early as 1953, he warned that “one of the most common tendencies of human nature is that of placing responsibility on some external agency for sins we have committed or mistakes we have made.”

Today the progressive left wants to ignore the achievements and pretend that blacks are perpetual victims of white racism. The New York Times’s “1619 Project” essay series is the latest salvo in this attack on America’s history and founding, claiming “anti-black racism runs in the very DNA of this country.” This statement is an abomination of everything Dr. King stood for. Further, the left’s disinterest in historical accuracy—as evinced in the Times’s dismissal of corrections sought by prominent historians—and its frequent perversion of blacks’ story will have grave consequences not only for blacks but the nation as a whole.

In sharp contrast to the claims of the “1619 Project”—which disparages the American Revolution and Declaration of Independence and insists America is hopelessly racist—Dr. King believed deeply in the need to remain true to the Founders’ vision, the “patriot dream that sees beyond the years.” To him, that was the only avenue toward fulfilling America’s promise. As he wrote in his 1963 “Letter From a Birmingham Jail”:

“One day the South will know that when these disinherited children of God sat down at lunch counters, they were in reality standing up for what is best in the American dream and for the most sacred values in our Judaeo-Christian heritage, thereby bringing our nation back to those great wells of democracy which were dug deep by the founding fathers in their formulation of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.

“We will reach the goal of freedom in Birmingham and all over the nation,” he wrote, “because the goal of America is freedom. Abused and scorned though we may be, our destiny is tied up with America’s destiny.”

Dr. King, who sought full participation in America, would never have indulged today’s grievance-based identity politics, whose social-justice warriors use race as a battering ram against the country. In fact, in “Letter From a Birmingham Jail” Dr. King explicitly warned against the type of groupthink that characterizes identity politics: “Individuals may see the moral light and voluntarily give up their unjust posture; but, as Reinhold Niebuhr has reminded us, groups tend to be more immoral than individuals.”

Yesterday’s values prepared blacks to walk through the doors of opportunity opened to them through civil rights. Family, faith, character and moral behavior were all crucial to their victories. Today’s social-justice warriors trade on the currency of oppression, deriding the concept of personal responsibility and always blaming external forces. I can think of no better way to instill hopelessness and fear in a young person than to tell him he is a victim, powerless to change his circumstance.

During the civil-rights movement blacks never permitted oppression to define who we were. Instead we cultivated moral competence, enterprise and thrift, and viewed oppression as a stumbling block, not an excuse.

Dr. King would have refused to participate in today’s identity politics gamesmanship because it frames its grievances in opposition to the American principles of freedom and equality that he sought to redeem. He upheld the country’s founding principles and sought to destroy only what got in the way of delivering the promise of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, as well as the recognition that all men are created equal.

Last month the school board of Westfield, N.J., approved a history course on critical race theory, which is the embodiment of the oppressor narrative embraced by the left. At the board meeting a young woman spoke passionately in favor of the course, ending her comments by blaming slavery for the absence of black fathers in the home. This is how successful the left, with its lethal message of despair and distortion of history, has been at undermining agency within the black community.

To honor the legacy of Dr. King, we must not only acknowledge the evil he confronted, but also focus on his example in overcoming it. He persevered and triumphed in the face of evil because he was beholden to truth, honor and love for all mankind, driven as he was to see blacks share fully in the American dream. We must not let the purveyors of identity politics fudge the record: Martin Luther King Jr. believed in the promise of America. In fact, he helped to fulfill it.

Mr. Woodson is president and founder of the Woodson Center.

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Some brilliant thinkers are now talking about America’s impending break-up. Others are talking about how the 1964 Civil Rights Act caused the disenfranchisement of white men.

I wrote of the coming break-up and possible American Holocaust in 2012, and have been talking about the disenfranchisement of white Americans since the early 1990s, in my short-lived magazine, A Different Drummer.

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One of This Week's Mass Shootings: Raceless, Faceless, Nameless Perp Shoots Seven Vics in Downtown Seattle; Cops Hope Perp Will Arrest Himself

By R.C.
Wed, Jan 22, 2020 10:13 p.m.

"1 dead, 7 injured in mass shooting on sidewalk in downtown Seattle; police seeking suspect."

Woman "Twerking" Naked on Top of Car in H-E-B Parking Lot Spits on Officer

By A Texas Reader
Wed, Jan 22, 2020 9:55 p.m.

"Woman 'twerking' naked on top of car in H-E-B parking lot spits on officer, police say"

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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

"Schumer is the Devil!": Libeling the Devil?

By R.C.
Wed, Jan 22, 2020 10:30 p.m.

"'Schumer is the Devil!' - Protester Storms into Senate Chamber and Starts Screaming About Pelosi and Schumer (VIDEO)."

R.C.: Not being fair to the Devil.

The New Blockbusting

David Cole on the Systematic Ruination of American Neighborhoods
By An Old Friend
Wed, Jan 22, 2020 11:13 p.m.

AOF: Cole is a brilliant writer.

“‘Chaotic Diversity’ in My Backyard”
By David Cole
January 21, 2020
Taki’s Mag

As the Jewish kid strolled up my walkway and slipped a flyer under my door, I had two thoughts: This is gonna be trouble, and I really need to get that gap under my door fixed.

The flyer informed me that I had just been liberated from the oppression of my neighborhood's zoning regulations. I live in a planned, incorporated community, zoned for single-family residences only. We have a homeowners association that collects annual dues, and we have CC&Rs—rules—that protect our quality of life and the equity in our homes. Anyone who moves here does so with informed consent of those rules.

And now the Sacramento commissars have decided that our rules are oppressive, and we must be freed from the tyranny of local control. That Jewish kid was leafleting for an organization called YIMBY—"Yes in My Back Yard." YIMBY is an L.A. advocacy org dedicated to the abolishment of the single-family-residence neighborhood. YIMBY is all about trading the brutality and ugliness of low-density suburbs for the freedom and beauty of Brazilian favelas.

YIMBY, along with a coalition of leftist activists, successfully lobbied for AB670, a new state law signed by Stalin Newsom that overrides and abrogates all local zoning regs that limit “accessory dwelling units” (ADUs). You can now build that mini-slum of your dreams on your property, and you don't even have to have a separate sewage hookup for your new rental units. AB670 specifically nullifies the rules in incorporated communities like mine that have HOAs and CC&Rs. Along with the taxes that other homeowners pay, we also pay for the privilege of having our own regulations. And now a bunch of politicians who don’t live here and don’t contribute dues have abolished the very thing we’ve been paying for all these years.

The guy who runs YIMBY doesn’t live here either. He lives in L.A. proper. His name is Ira Belgrade, and he initially agreed to answer a few questions for me, but then he chickened out (apparently, him shoving a flyer under my door isn’t invasive, but me asking a few questions about it is). So I know nothing of Belgrade except what’s in the press. He’s apparently a former casting director, and he’s involved with the “eruv” movement (that's where Orthodox Jews string wires around a neighborhood so they can violate their laws while screwing up the scenery for the rest of us).

But that’s not invasive at all…not like my questions.

Belgrade claims his activism began after his wife died. He wanted to build an ADU on his property to get some extra income, but he was stymied at every turn by burdensome regulations. I get the frustration of fighting government red tape. To that extent, I’m on his side. But once again I’ll point out that Belgrade and our Democrat overlords have taken away the right of local neighborhoods to choose to have anti-density ordinances in their own “backyards.”

I’ll return to Belgrade shortly, but let's leave California for a moment. The battle against single-family-residence communities is a national one. In last week’s column, I suggested that the only rational approach to dealing with unsalvageable urban hellholes is shrinkage and quarantine.

The left’s strategy is the exact opposite—growth and dispersal of urban blight. Way back in 2008, a lengthy piece in The Atlantic examined the efforts by leftist social engineers to deal with the “ghetto problem” by essentially airlifting the denizens out of the squalor and depositing them in peaceful suburban neighborhoods. Unfortunately (as Steve Sailer has pointed out), immersion in a civilized environment doesn’t magically turn ghetto rats into civilized beings. Whether intentionally or not, the Atlantic piece demonstrated that dispersion doesn’t raise up the new arrivals. Rather, it lowers the quality of life for everyone else.

That Atlantic article was in 2008. And here we are, with 2020 barely weaned from the New Year's champagne bottle, and we see a renewed push by leftist politicians to, in the words of Eric Lendrum at American Greatness, “impose low-income housing on affluent neighborhoods.” The disastrous results of this policy detailed in The Atlantic didn’t even remotely slow its advocates.
The truth is, the left has never seen ghettos as a problem but as a solution. The rot, the cancer, of urban blight is, to them, not a disease but a cure for what they see as the real problem with America: neighborhoods, towns, and cities that dare to exist without “diversity.” The idea was never to civilize the ghetto but to ghettoize the civilized. Needless to say, this is why leftists take so much pleasure in importing new barrio dwellers from other nations. Disperse the native ghetto rats, and keep a steady flow of new ones coming in from abroad. And while you’re spreading the diversity, dismantle the very notion of criminal justice, to make sure that the most rabid, vicious rats get to remain in circulation no matter their transgressions.

Just as ghettos must not be contained, neither must individual criminals.
The left doesn’t even believe in the simple quarantine represented by the prison cell. Murderers, thieves, and rapists are the ambassadors of degradation.

This is a war against the right of a community to say no, to opt out of the left’s “density & diversity” nightmare. Pockets of uninfected areas serve as reminders of how good life can be without street crime, street filth, welfare flophouses, and immigrant tenements. Such oases of civilized standards must be destroyed at all costs. Small Midwestern town? Bring in the Somalis! Suburban sanctuary in the heart of a dense metropolitan area? Override local zoning restrictions! The left will allow no safe haven. My little incorporated community offends because it exists. And while I’m not expecting anyone to pity affluent L.A. Westsiders, keep in mind that if they’re willing to come for well-off Beverly Hills Jews, they sure as hell will be coming for you, too (and because I can read your mind, yes, I fully understand that my solidly Democrat neighbors have no right to squawk about AB670 because they voted for the sonsabitches who passed it).

The scheme to impose diverse density upon areas uninfected by it is pushed by a coalition of the greedy, corrupt, and fanatical: open-border extremists, antiwhite race hustlers, avaricious real estate developers, sellout environmentalists (Steve Sailer’s done an excellent job detailing how the environmental movement sold its soul on immigration), and the slithering hypocrites who call themselves libertarians. Libertarians support laws like AB670 because property owners should have, like, the freedom, man, to build a slum in their backyard. But a group of neighbors must not be allowed the freedom to enact mutually agreed-upon zoning standards in defiance of the state. That kind of freedom libertarians won't allow.

The Cato Institute’s Ilya Somin, an anthropomorphic deer tick who identifies as libertarian, routinely crusades against the right of communities to preserve their “local character” (he blocked me on social media last year when I dared to ask a few questions about his opposition to the concept of “local control”). Execrable libertarians like Somin only care about freedom when the end result is debasement and degradation. The concept of “rights” must only apply to those who lower the quality of life, never those who seek to raise or preserve it.

Degentrification is a thing. People who consider themselves your betters are out there planning it, and they’ve been doing so for years. At the 2011 PEN World Voices Festival, a multiracial gender-abnormative panel of “intellectuals” outlined “the number one step to degentrification”:
Make being “uncomfortable” (in chaotic, diverse environments) a valued cultural commodity. Uninterrupted “comfort” has become part of a false life in an unjust society. Being uncomfortable is part of the process of being a full human being.
This is not paranoia. They do want to make your life worse, and behind their “diversity is strength” BS lies the understanding that what it will really do is make “being uncomfortable” a normal part of your existence. The little old lady who wants to go to the store in peace is the villain, not the subhuman who beats her over the head and rapes her broken body. The criminal is an instrument of justice, a bringer of discomfort, an avenging angel of degentrification. The goal is simple, and simply stated: force people to live in “chaotic, diverse environments.”
And what is open-border immigration if not the importation of “diverse chaos” in the name of transforming the environment?

I used the term “terraforming” in last week’s column, and that’s what this is: remaking the landscape. We must all live in the ghetto, the barrio. So it’s no wonder the degentrifiers have made it a priority to obliterate the very notion of local control and the single-family-residence neighborhood.

In 2015, Ben Carson spoke out against an Obama administration policy that forcibly shoehorned minority tenements into “nondiverse” communities. Said policy “would fundamentally change the nature of some communities from primarily single-family to largely apartment-based areas by encouraging municipalities to strike down housing ordinances that have no overtly (or even intended) discriminatory purpose—including race-neutral zoning restrictions on lot sizes and limits on multi-unit dwellings, all in the name of promoting diversity.” Last week President Trump rolled that policy back, which is great, but somewhat pointless as long as we continue to import diverse chaos.

Not to mention the fact that the regs Trump killed are only federal. Degentrifiers are having most of their successes at the state level.

Which brings me back to my neighborhood. Now that we've been freed from the tyranny of comfort, I can say with assurance that 99% of my neighbors will not take advantage of this new “right” to turn their backyard into a Matamoros hostel. But it doesn’t take 99%. It takes just one. One greedy bastard who’ll cram a bunch of Section 8 wretches into a shack with no separate sewer hookup. One devalued lot devalues a block. That’ll be enough to set the degentrification dominoes in motion.

Hey, that reminds me: Remember Ira Belgrade? The dude whose young pamphleteer kicked off this column? The guy with the heartrending story about how his wife died and all he wanted to do was build an ADU to ease his loneliness and put a few meager dollars in his coffer?

Well, I found out why Mr. Belgrade was not eager to answer my questions. See, planning and building ADUs is his profession, his business. For a base price of $3,600, plus $200 an hour and travel fees, he and his band of “structural engineers, energy and soil analysts, and top builders” will put an immigrant hovel in your backyard.

Sob story, my ass. AB670 furthered Belgrade's business interests, and now he can swoop vulture-style into backyards that are not his and sell his services.

Forget learning to code. Learn to profit from “chaotic diversity,” and you'll be set for life in uncomfortable America.

TCM Doesn’t Just Show Great Tough-Guy Movies on Noir Alley! On Thursday Night, January 23, at 10 p.m. ET, See One of the Greatest Boxing Pictures of All Time, Robert Rossen’s Body and Soul (1947), Starring Julius Garfinkle, with the Beautiful Lili Palmer; and on Friday, Catch Farewell My Lovely (1975) at 10 p.m. ET, Starring Robert Mitchum as Philip Marlowe in the Third Version of Raymond Chandler’s Novel

By David in TN
Wednesday, January 22, 2020 at 7:20:00 P.M. EST

On Thursday Night, January 23, at 10 p.m. ET, TCM shows one of the most famous boxing movies of all time, Robert Rossen's Body and Soul (1947). John Garfield stars in one of his most famous roles, along with Lili Palmer, Hazel Brooks, William Conrad, Lloyd Goff, Anne Revere, Joseph Pevney and Canada Lee.

Film Noir Guide: “A heavyweight champion in the boxing noir category, Body and Soul has been hailed by some as the greatest of all boxing movies. Although The Set-Up has the more exciting boxing scenes, Body and Soul has Garfield and that's enough to make it a winner on any judge's card. Garfield plays a hungry young pugilist whose only motive is the dough. Like most poor kids who make it big, he learns how to spend it quickly and frivolously. After years of living the wild life as the undefeated world champion, his mettle is tested when he's given sixty grand and ordered to bet against himself in an upcoming championship fight.

“This film has loads of outstanding characters; Garfield's mother (Revere), who hates her son is mixed up in such a savage business; his loyal girlfriend (Palmer), seemingly willing to wait forever for her man to straighten out; a femme fatale (Brooks) out to get what she can for as long as the ride lasts; Garfield's conniving manager (Conrad); a crooked fight promoter (Goff); Garfield's trainer and childhood pal (Pevney), who hates the monster his best friend is becoming; and African-American ex-champ Lee, whose career was cut short because of a brain clot. None of the boxing clichés are missing from Body and Soul and its impact has been blunted by time, but the acting is great. Director Rossen was a professional boxer for a short time.”

[N.S.: They weren't "boxing clichés" at the time. Later screenwriters and directors turned them into boxing clichés.]

On Friday night, January 24, for the first rime on TCM, Farewell My Lovely (1975) runs at 10 p.m. ET. Robert Mitchum stars as Philip Marlowe in the third version of Raymond Chandler’s novel. To me, this is better than the Edward Dmytryk film, Murder My Sweet (1944) starring Dick Powell. I think Mitchum is better as Marlowe. Charlotte Rampling co-stars as the femme fatale, doing a kind of Lauren Bacall knock-off.

N.S.: I fell in love with Lilli Palmer when I saw Body and Soul on TV as a kid. During my first year in West Germany (1980-81), I was "adopted" by a local family. They would have me over sometimes on weekends, and I started reading Palmer’s German-language autobiography. The father told me I could keep it, so I gave him a slim, entertaining book called Your Swabian Neighbors written by an American who’d been living in Southwest Germany for years. I think it was commissioned by the U.S. Army for G.I.s. I can't recall which organization or agency gave it to me.

I didn’t recall that Palmer was a Jew who’d fled the Nazis. (I already knew from the picture that she was German; she played an expatriate beauty queen.) I recall her describing her father as a proper, stiff Prussian. Either my memory failed me, or Palmer was being very diplomatic. I (re-?)learned she was a Jew from her IMDB page.

My biggest disappointment, in reading her book, was that she had absolutely nothing to say about working with John Garfield on her biggest picture. No chemistry, I guess. She also had nothing of note to say about her marriage to Rex Harrison, but that was to be expected. Harrison demanded and got the concession in all his divorces that his soon-to-be-ex not say anything of substance about life with “Sexy Rexy,” suggesting to me that he a sadistic bully. I’m guessing she had to submit the manuscript to his lawyers, pre-publication.

The only actor she talked much about was Gary Cooper. She swooned like a fan about “Coop,” with whom she made one sub-par, Fritz Lang espionage film, Cloak and Dagger (1946), in which he played a professor-spy, when his career was on a downward trajectory. However, it doesn’t take much reading between the lines to see that Cooper was arrogant and aloof. Anytime they weren’t filming a scene, he would go off in a corner and take a nap. Palmer didn’t get to know Cooper at all.

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Annual 2020 Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. Day History Quiz

Annual 2020 Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. Day History Quiz

[N.S.: Yeah, yeah. I know that MLK Day has passed, but the celebration goes on for almost two months every year, actually more than that. It starts in early January, and runs through MLK Months I and II, and even pops up later in the year.

This anonymously published quiz is remarkably good. Numerous viral essays and articles have gotten around for years, and they tend to be quite good, though lefties lie about them.

Two notes: First, I disagree with the characterization that “King spen[t] his last morning on earth physically beating a woman.”

Sam Francis popularized that interpretation. Now Francis has been the most brilliant American political thinker of the past 40-odd years, but he did not understand man-woman stuff. King had screwed two different black women during the night, while leaving his favorite (black) mistress of thousands hanging. When she finally found him in the morning, she was understandably angry at him, and wouldn’t let him be. Finally, at the end fo his patience, he shoved her across the bed.

That’s not a beating, in any sense. And then you have to put it in the context of a man getting a hard time from the favorite of all his thousands of mistresses….

Re point 24, the tape that the FBI sent King, but which his wife listened to, I believe that was the tape of the hotel room rape King committed. (Although King did not penetrate the victim, the rape was committed under his direction, and he did nothing to stop it, making him a rapist, too.)

I’ll bet the essay was written by someone I know, since I know everyone who has the knowledge and the will to write such an essay. The suspect list is pretty short.]

Due to discrimination and persistent anti-Black bias, too many Americans don’t know enough about this great man. Try these quiz questions and you can see how little the schools, news media, and establishment have told you about the only American with his own holiday.

1) Name the judge who has sealed King's FBI surveillance file until the year 2027.

A) The Honorable John Lewis Smith Jr.

2) According to whose 1989 biography did King spend his last night on earth in an adulterous liaison after delivering his "Mountaintop" speech in Memphis?

A) Reverend Ralph Abernathy in And the Walls Came Tumbling Down states that King slept with two different women in succession.

3) According to whose 1989 biography did King spend his last morning on earth physically beating a woman?

A) Reverend Ralph Abernathy in And the Walls Came Tumbling Down. Rev. Abernathy had been described as King's closest associate – prior to his book being published.

4) How did other civil rights leaders respond to Abernathy’s public revelation of King's behavior?

A) The Reverend Jesse Jackson (model of virtue himself), Reverend Andrew Young and NAACP president Reverend Benjamin Hooks signed, along with 25 others, a statement accusing Abernathy of "a dreary attempt to diminish the life and work of the only [Emphasis added.] spiritual genius America has produced.” People Magazine, Volume 32, Number 18. William Raspberry, black syndicated journalist, called it "the betrayal of a trusting friend.”

The journalist credo of “the people’s right to know” only extends so far, you know.

5) Who was the U.S. Attorney General who ordered the FBI to wiretap King?

A) Robert F. Kennedy. See David Garrow’s biography, Bearing the Cross.

6) Who was the Assistant Director of the FBI who wrote a letter to Sen. John P. East (R-NC) describing King’s conduct of “orgiastic and adulterous escapades, some of which indicated that King could be bestial in his sexual abuse of women.”

A) Charles D. Brennan

7) Who called King a “hypocrite preacher.”

A) President Lyndon B. Johnson

8) What U.S. newspaper reported that King had plagiarized his doctoral thesis at Boston University.

A)The Wall Street Journal on November 9, 1990. In 1991, The Journal of American History admitted that “plagiarism was a general pattern evident in nearly all of his academic writings.”

The Wall Street Journal only printed the story after it was all over Europe following the coverage in the London Sunday Telegraph of December 3, 1989. The Wall Street Journal article forced other American media outlets to cover the story.

9) Whom did King plagiarize in more than 50 complete sentences in his doctoral?

A) Dr. Jack Boozer of Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia.

10) Who was the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities who purposely suppressed knowledge of King’s plagiarism of his doctoral thesis?

A) Lynne Cheney, wife of former Vice President Richard Cheney.

11) What was Martin Luther King’s real name?

A) Michael King, Jr. In 1935 his father, Michael King, declared to his congregation that he would henceforth be known as Martin Luther King and his son would be known as Martin Luther King, Jr. Neither ever lawfully changed their name.

12) In his first public sermon at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in 1947 who did King plagiarize?

A) Reverend Harry Emerson Fosdick, a prominent liberal pastor in the early 20th Century.

13) Name the man who served as King's personal secretary from 1955 to 1960, joined the Young Communists League at New York City College in 1936, went to prison for draft evasion in 1944, and in 1953 was sentenced to 60 days in jail in California for “lewd vagrancy and homosexual perversion.”

A) Bayard Rustin.

14) According to whom had King “privately described himself as a Marxist.”

A) His biographer, David J. Garrow.

15) To whom did King write the following:

“I imagine you already know that I am much more socialistic in my economic theory than capitalistic… [Capitalism] started out with a noble and high motive… but like most human systems it fell victim to the very thing it was revolting against. So today capitalism has out-lived its usefulness.”

A) Letter to Coretta Scott, July 18, 1952 during their courtship.

16) Who edited King’s book Stride Toward Freedom?

A) Communist Stanley Levison. He often was a ghostwriter for King. Although Jewish and Communist (active at least up to 1957), he was a key member of the Southern CHRISTIAN Leadership Conference (SCLC), where disbelief in Christ was no impediment.

18) What student of the Gospel wrote the following concerning the physical resurrection of Christ from the dead? "From a literary, historical, and philosophical point of view this doctrine raises many questions. In fact, the external evidence for the authenticity of this doctrine is found wanting."

A) This was written by student Martin Luther King, Jr., while studying at Crozer Theological Seminary, Chester, Pennsylvania.
“Martin Luther King was a Crusader but was He a Christian?”

19) What student of the Gospel wrote the following concerning the virgin birth of Christ? “[I]t seems downright improbable and even impossible for anyone to be born without a human father.... First we must admit that the evidence for the tenability of this doctrine is to [sic] shallow to convince any objective thinker.”

A) Written by Martin Luther King, Jr., while studying at Crozer Theological Seminary.

20) What student of the Gospel wrote the following concerning the reliability of the Old Testament: “If we accept the Old Testament as being ‘true’ we will find it full of errors, contradictions, and obvious impossibilities–as that the Pentateuch was written by Moses.”

A) Written by Martin Luther King, Jr., while studying at Crozer Theological Seminary.

21) What civil rights historian pointed out that King probably got preferential treatment at white schools as opposed to historically black schools?

A) Ralph Luker pointed out that King averaged C+ at historically black Morehouse College. At Crozer Theological Seminary he averaged an A-.

22) What national journalist said that the people don’t have any right to know about King’s infidelities (and presumably other short-comings) and that the media should simply “print the legend.”

A) Bryant Gumbel.

23) Who said:

“Mr. Abernathy and King were many things to each other - colleagues in the black church, cellmates, strategists, co-conspirators for justice - but at the personal level, they were best friends. But in friendships in which one person greatly outshines the other, a curious mixture of love, envy and competition can sometimes lead to a lingering, often unspoken resentment. Mr. Abernathy's reasons for providing a detailed description of his friend's last evening and early morning - during which King had sexual encounters with two women and a confrontation with a third close woman companion - can be known only to him. It is sadly ironic that the disclosures will almost surely do more damage to Mr. Abernathy himself than to the reputation of King.”

A) Henry Hampton, producer of the PBS documentary “Eyes on the Prize,” in a review in The New York Times.

24) The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) sent King a letter which apparently also included a tape of one of his sexual escapades. Here is an excerpt:

“Listen to yourself you filthy, abnormal animal. You are on the record. You have been on the record — all your adulterous acts, your sexual orgies extending far into the past. This one is but a tiny sample. You will understand this. Yes, from your various evil playmates on the east coast to [redacted] and others on the west coast and outside the country you are on the record. King, you are done.”

The corporate media states that the letter was intended to make King commit suicide. What was the information which could have caused him to commit suicide?

A) Guess we will have to wait until the complete FBI files are released in 2027 - if ever.

25) Have these issues troubled the establishment King worshipers?

A) What do you think? Why?

B) Scoring:

No questions correct means you are exactly the kind of citizen your masters desire.

1 - 5 questions correct means you could be dangerous.

6 - 10 questions correct means you need electro-convulsive therapy.

11 - 15 questions correct means you are a hater.

16 or more questions correct means you are a terrorist. Turn yourself in now for re-education and your life may be spared.

Happy Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!
Updated: Year 90 A.K.
(After King)


Grand Rapids Anonymous said...

I had BBQ’d ribs today to celebrate, avoided my local gym (black kids out of school—too much hassle) and watched Lesta point out another blackface “outrage” on NNN.

Quite a day.

I perused Breitbart and saw all the craziness being exhibited about the MAGA [Covington] kids. Some of the highlights: Kathy Griffin went nuts, Alyssa Milano went nuts (“the MAGA hat is the new white hood.”) Hakeem Jeffries called Trump “a Grand Wizard,” Sharpton complained that Trump only spent two minutes at the MLK statue (“an insult”), Tim Kaine and Joe Biden REMAINED nuts (“the shutdown is the result of hatred”), Debra Messing called the Covington kids, “disrespecting a**holes.”

I can’t believe what’s happening. Why have whites collectively flipped their lids in large numbers? The Covington kids give some hope for sane thinking—the rest of it makes me think a Civil War is just around the corner.

What country is this?

(BTW, Trump sided with the kids).

--GR Anonymous
Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at 12:40:00 A.M. EST

Grand Rapids Anonymous said...

As with most (99%) of what blacks say, you find that MLK is a lie as well. Deception is their game. How else could they have POSSIBLY gotten the honor of a Federal Holiday named for him, without a rewrite of what MLK was really like.

Trump spent two minutes commemorating—two minutes too long—and wasted.
Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at 1:09:00 A.M. EST

Jerry PDX said...
I find myself fascinated with the way the MAGA hat kids story is still unfolding. Today the angle on AOL, in an article reposted from Huffington, is to declare that a “new” video that has surfaced “complicates” the story.

Gotta love the damage control wording that steers attention away from the knee-jerk initial reporting. First off, the video is not “new,” multiple videos were shot at the same time and uploaded to Youtube and other websites almost immediately. Using the word “new” implies they have information they didn’t previously have but the video they cut and pasted from is available online and clearly shows much more than the bits they broadcast initially. It’s possible the people that shot that video sent selected excerpts to reporters so they didn’t have the full video right away but you’d think a legit news outlet would demand to see the entire video before broadcasting it.

If the media was being honest they’d say the full video “contradicts” the early reports rather than it “complicates” the story.

Still waiting for a headline story somewhere that directs attention to the true villains: The racist black Israelites. While they are getting mention in the body of the articles, they are not being focused on the way the boys still are. One has to point out: If white “preachers” hurled the kind of racist abuse toward black people on the street or anywhere it would be a media firestorm and every hypocritical virtue-signaling politician or celeb would pile on.
Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at 10:13:00 A.M. EST

N.S.: Reminder to self: Must devote a blog item to how “complicates/complicated” is a racist, leftwing code phrase for something being exposed as a lie/hoax/whatever.

Anonymous said...

Those professors that awarded King his Ph.D. said even if they had KNOWN King had faked his thesis, he still would have gotten the Ph.D. How can that be?!
Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at 12:31:00 P.M. EST

N.S.: At least one prof who sat on the doctoral committee that awarded Jack Stewart Boozer his doctorate three years earlier sat on the committee that gifted King his doctorate.

(Ted Pappas named the committee members. There were so few dissertations—almost certainly only those two—were on that topic in three years’ time that it would have been impossible, barring senility, or a traumatic brain injury, for at least one of the professors to make the connection. I searched my library today for Pappas' book, but couldn't find it.)

Anonymous said...

Now that’s a great quiz there! I've been researching the “Saint Who Ain’t,” and I got about half the answers right.

You might like this one too:

Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 2:02:00 A.M. EST

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