Sunday, September 17, 2017

Associated Press “Reporter” Duncan Mansfield Wins Posthumous Duranty-Blair Award for Journalistic Infamy for Taking Story of Racist, Black-on-White Atrocity, and Turning It Upside Down, into a Story of White “Racism”

By Nicholas Stix

On the night of January 6-7, 2007, a gang of as many as seven blacks carjacked, kidnapped, gang-raped, tortured and murdered a young white couple, Channon Christian, 21, and Christopher Newsom, 23. The crime was obviously racially motivated. Although at least two of the perpetrators, half-brothers Lemaricus Davidson and Letalvis Cobbins, were career criminals, there is no record of them committing such gruesome crimes against any blacks. The 6’5” Davidson was upset, because his petite white girlfriend, Daphne Sutton, who stood barely over five-feet tall, had walked out on him, due to the constant beatings he gave her.

So, it’s a cut-and-dried story of black racist evil.

But this is Jim Snow America, and so nothing of the sort is cut and dried.

The prosecutor’s office acts like the public defender, and insists that because the monsters “socialized with” (read: slept with and committed crimes with) whites, they were incapable of being racist towards them.

Like everything racial, this standard just runs one way.

In 2010, I was jumped by a racist black female in a Waldbaum’s supermarket, who had gone there solely for that reason.

She was 20, and had gone there with her 18-20-month-old toddler girl, an older girlfriend and the latter’s app. eight-year-old son, and arranged the kids and empty shopping carts, so as to block the aisle, and waited around for a white to approach.

The perp ran after me, as I was walking away with my shopping cart and ten-year-old, and sucker-punched me with something between a wallet and a purse, right in front of the cash registers.

A man I couldn’t see dragged me down by my sweatshirt hood from behind, and the racist perp tried to stomp me, while I kicked at her. (Her racist black supporters shouted, “You’re not supposed to kick a girl!”)

Not realizing that “respectable” black women in the vicinity would commit the crime of giving false police reports on behalf of my attacker, I demanded that the manager call the police.

As my then 10-year-old chief of research pointed out, at least two CCTV cameras covered the scene of the crime. But when the cops came, the supervising officer, a large black woman of 38-40, claimed that none of the CCTV cameras worked.

I didn’t believe the sergeant, and made a complaint to Internal Affairs.

When the two female Internal Affairs officers came to my place, a cute, brunette, Italian sergeant of about 35, and a silent, dumpy, little blonde of 26-27, with a German name, the sergeant said on the black sergeant’s behalf, “Her husband’s white.”

I responded, “That didn’t help Justin Volpe.”

She immediately understood the reference, and we bid each other adieu.

Justin Volpe had been a cop who was sucker punched by a Haitian, in front of many laughing, Haitian witnesses.

Volpe’s Haitian attacker was out on the town with his cousin. Volpe decided to teach the criminal a lesson, but mistakenly grabbed the cousin. (I have no probem with Volpe accidentally beating the wrong cousin in his squad car. That’s called street justice, besides which, Abner Louima was his cousin’s accomplice.) He gave the cousin a good beating in his squad car, but then took things too far.

Volpe took the cousin to his stationhouse basement, and sodomized his rear end with the broken end of a broom handle.

At the time, Volpe was engaged to marry a black woman, but nobody argued that his engagement proved that he wasn’t a racist. Although Volpe’s victim, Abner Louima, survived, and collected $9 million from the city’s predominantly white taxpayers, Volpe was convicted on federal civil rights charges and sentenced to 30 years in prison, with no chance for parole, which was about five times what the average murderer gets.

Apropos of everything, Abner Louima’s cousin, the racist criminal who set everything in motion, was never prosecuted.

To make a short story long, when blacks commit racist atrocities, anything can be used as a “mitigating factor,” no matter how specious, while for a white accused of racism, nothing counts as a “mitigating factor,” and “anti-racists” routinely turn victims of black racism into perpetrators of white racism.

Which brings me to AP “reporter” Duncan Mansfield.

In 2007, shortly after the Knoxville Horror, Mansfield attended a court date for an alleged member of the murderous gang, Eric Boyd.

Eric Boyd was by profession a stick-up man, but federal prosecutors (involved because of the carjacking) were convinced that he was one of the murderers, in part because other members of the group of killers had insisted he was.

Although Boyd had been caught hiding one of the killers, after the fact, he denied that he’d had anything to do with the carjacking, gang-rapes, torture and murders, gang member Vanessa Coleman had told detectives that fellow member George Thomas had told her that Thomas, Boyd, and Davidson had taken turns shooting Christopher Newsom dead.

In January 2007, Boyd had a court date. Channon Christian’s father, Gary, attended.

The grieving Gary Christian was wearing a stars-and-bars colored t-shirt, and at one point, formed one hand into the shape of a gun, pointed it at Boyd, and played as if he had fired it.

Using the alchemy of racism, on May 18, 2007 Duncan Mansfield reverse reported and reportorialized a story of a court hearing regarding a racist atrocity into a story about the racism of Gary Christian.
Christian's father, Gary Christian, wore a Confederate flag T-shirt — a symbol of the Old South where slavery was rifre [sic] — to the first hearing for one of the defendants and then pointed at the man as if firing a gun. But family lawyer Joe Costner said Channon Christian's parents have repeatedly said they do not believe their daughter's killing was race-related. [“Duncan Mansfield’s Original AP Blackwash of the Knoxville Horror.”
Mansfield quoted bald-faced liar Knoxville Police Chief Sterling Owen (since retired on his FBI and KPD pensions, and social security benefits), and various leftwing hack “media experts,” all denying the obvious.

Well, Mansfield died two years ago of pancreatic cancer, but fortunately for me, death is no disqualification from winning a Duranty-Blair Award. [Hagiographic Duncan Mansfield obit.]

The Duranty-Blair Award recognizes those journalists whose work embodies the spirit of Walter Duranty and Jayson Blair, two of the most notorious journalists in the history of the Fourth Estate. It is no accident that both men worked for the New York Times.

Walter Duranty wrote a series of early 1930s dispatches from the Soviet Union, where he was Times Moscow bureau chief, in which he lied about the Ukrainian Holocaust, in which Stalin deliberately starved millions of Kulaks (farmers) to death, through a man-made famine. Instead of reporting the truth, Duranty reported that the peasants were happy and well-fed, and was rewarded for his lies with a Pulitzer Prize.

Jayson Blair (here, here, and here) was an early 2000s black affirmative action hire, who alternately plagiarized reporters at other newspapers, and fabricated articles out of whole cloth, all for stories set hundreds and even thousands of miles away, while he sat in New York City cafés.

Previous Duranty-Blair winners are:

CBS News producer Mary Mapes in 2004;

Seven reporters and editors at the New Orleans Times-Picayune in 2006;

ABC News reporter Brian Ross in 2012;

Peter Berger (not the brilliant sociologist), of The American Interest, in 2013;

Associated Press operative Tom Hays, in 2014;

New York Times operative Farhad Manjoo in September, 2016;

CNN’s Symone Sanders (2), Don Lemon, and Kate Bolduan (2), in November 2016;

New York Times Propaganda Officer Francis X. Clines in March 2017; and

CNN Activist Jim Sciutto, in May 2017.


Anonymous said...

White Eric Bolling Was Canned,But (black)Charles Payne Allowed to Come Back--Now He's Sued For Rape.
The Hill)Political commentator Scottie Nell Hughes filed a lawsuit against Fox News on Monday accusing the network of retaliating against her after she claimed she was raped by Fox Business anchor Charles Payne.

The New York Times reports that in the lawsuit, Hughes said Payne coerced her to have sex with him even though she had repeatedly refused him by saying "no" and "stop."

Hughes alleges that she was forced to remain in a sexual relationship with Payne and received more appearances on Fox News and Fox Business during it. But Hughes said after she ended the relationship with Payne, she was blacklisted by the network.

"In July of 2013, I was raped by Charles Payne. In July of 2017, I was raped again by Fox News. Since then, I have been living an absolute hell," Hughes told The Times.

Payne returned to Fox News earlier this month after being suspended in July amid a sexual harassment investigation.

Hughes said her lawsuit "speaks for itself" in a statement on Monday.

"What is most important to me is that justice will prevent other women from going through the nightmare I'm now living," she said.

Hughes's suit comes at a time when Fox News is already under fire for what critics say is a top-down sexual harassment problem.

Earlier this month, the network announced that longtime host Eric Bolling would not be returning after being suspended over allegations that he sent female co-workers lewd messages.

Bolling's exit came months after the shocking departure of primetime star Bill O'Reilly, who left after The New York Times reported in April that he had paid $13 million to settle harassment claims from five women.

Former Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes was pushed out last summer after former host Gretchen Carlson accused the top exec of sexual harassment in a lawsuit. An investigation by an outside firm also revealed more claims by women who say they experienced inappropriate behavior from Ailes, including former prime-time anchor Megyn Kelly.

In a statement, Hughes's attorneys say her suit represents "an action against Fox to hold it accountable for yet another case involving sexual harassment and retaliation inflicted by Fox executives in order to protect male, on-air talent."

"After Ms. Hughes confidentially reached out to Fox to disclose that she was sexually assaulted and raped by Fox anchor Charles Payne, Fox ruthlessly leaked her name to a reporter at the National Enquirer, along with a self-serving 'statement' by Payne apologizing for what he falsely described as an 'affair,'" they say
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

I remember your story about the supermarket attack because I shop at that Waldbaums, now Stop and Shop. It's the only supermarket I will go to because of threats and menacing I've experienced at both the Stop and Shop in Averne and the constant nonsense of threats and menacing at the Key Food on 88th Street from blacks. The black managers at Stop and Shop are totally incompetent and it's obvious their employment is affirmative action.

On the subway today coming into Rockaway there was a cracked out black guy standing up yelling out a protracted monologue. He said, "All the white people are gone, yay." He was extremely annoying and potentially dangerous. Yet people started to engage with him because he was entertaining.

Nicholas said...

It's at least a year since I've shopped at that Key Food, due to harassment by black customers, and an assault by a fat, little Puerto Rican girl who was a short bus school driver. She had blocked an aisle, chatting with her girlfriend, and after I got around her, demanded that I beg her for permission. When I told her I didn't need her permission, she threatened to beat me up. I responded, "You and what army?"

She threw a punch, which I caught in my left hand. That's how slow she was, even though she was half my age. A worker suggested I call the cops, and since I didn't have a cellphone, he advised me to go to a coffee shop in the strip. (Why not use the Key Food pay phone? No one offered.)

The cops came, and talked to her, in her bus. The cop in charge was a big, friendly white guy, who was actually supportive, but he said there was nothing he could do, because the girl hadn't left any marks. But he admitted, without quoting her, that she was a piece of work.

But I'm going to have to go back there, really early, after dropping my kid off at school on an early day (8 a.m.), because a white (Irish) cashier at Waldbaum's got really nasty again about me taking "too many" bags for my groceries. They shortbag you, and then the bags fall apart, and soda bottles even fall out on the street. And what concern is it of theirs if I want enough bags? I already pay for the shopping bags, in the price of my groceries, but they pressure shoppers to pay double, by buying those stupid grocery bags at checkout for another $3. They claim (old Jewish biddy) it helps the environment, but I responded that if you want to help the environment, you close the border. You can imagine how that went over.

Anonymous said...

Oh God. Typical. Horrible.

Take as many bags at Stop and Shop that you want. That's what I do. I just grab them off the rack, I shove them in the bags and say I'm going to repack outside. I don't even engage. If they don't have them at one checkout, I take them from an empty one. And there are a lot of closed check out lanes because they are pushing the self service check out section with only one cashier for about 7 self service check out stations.

The managers at Key Food are the worst. There's been incidents where they say they'll called the police and they don't. Cashiers have been threatened and menaced so many times and no security guards.

I have to say at the Stop and Shop in Averne, when a woman threatened me at the check out, three guys and the manager, all men, stepped up immediately. And she calmed down really quickly BUT it has turned me off to that store. Why is it normal to be threatened with violence by blacks and latino people? Why is their bullying and out of control rage directed at whites considered normal?