BLACKS ABORT HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF THEIR BABIES EVERY YEAR!
Black Lives Matter, ACLU stay lawsuits, promote Chicago police “reform”
By Jessica Goldstein and George Marlowe
25 April 2018
On March 21, Black Lives Matter (BLM), the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and other community groups accepted a seat at the table in a court-enforced consent decree to promote illusions in police reform in Chicago.
As part of an ongoing exercise in damage control, the City of Chicago under Democratic Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Illinois State Attorney General Lisa Madigan and various community groups including BLM entered into a 10-page Memorandum of Agreement to work out a framework of “reform” for the Chicago Police Department (CPD).
A draft of the consent decree will be released after the city of Chicago hears grievances and proposals from various community and activist groups over the next several weeks. Groups such as BLM, the ACLU, and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) will be putatively involved in an advisory role in the formulation of the decree.
The involvement of groups such as BLM and the ACLU—deemed “Coalition Founders” in the agreement—in such an agreement is intended to provide further cover for the political establishment while giving middle class activists a “piece of the action.” This latest arrangement will do nothing to ease the decades-long reign of police violence overseen by the Democratic Party in the third largest city in the United States.
BLM and other pro-Democratic Party activist groups have framed the issue of police violence in purely racial terms without any regard for the fact that whites make up the largest number killed by police nationwide and that victims of police violence are overwhelmingly working class.
In April 2017, BLM reaped the benefits of misdirecting social opposition to police violence when it was awarded a $100 million grant from the Ford Foundation, one of the most powerful philanthropic organizations in the world, which also has intimate links to the Central Intelligence Agency.
In return for their participation in this agreement, BLM and the various community groups as well as Madigan have agreed to stay all lawsuits they have brought against the city for police violence.
The coalition of community groups have 60 days from the signing of the agreement to provide their input into the framework of a court-enforced consent decree. If a consent decree is enacted this year, the coalition of community groups which entered into this framework will be able to have quarterly meetings with a court-appointed independent monitor that will oversee the “reform” process. However, if a consent decree is not filed with the court by September 1, they can potentially resume their lawsuits.
Lawsuits were brought by Madigan and other groups in late 2017 against the Emanuel administration as part of an effort to stem a political crisis in the wake of the 2015 release of video footage of the police murder of Laquan McDonald, an African-American teenager, by police officer Jason Van Dyke. Since the release of the video, the city’s political establishment has been confronted by growing public anger over police violence and brutality in Chicago and across the country.
Various sections of the Democratic Party and the community organizations in their orbit have attempted to misdirect and defuse public outrage over the coverup of the murder of McDonald by the Emanuel administration.
In January 2017, the US Department of Justice (DoJ) under the Obama administration—which funneled military weaponry to police departments and whitewashed the nationwide reign of police murders—released a scathing repor t that detailed systemic abuses and a pattern of constitutional violations throughout the CPD.
Then Attorney General Loretta Lynch recommended that the city of Chicago enter into a consent decree as part of the recommendations of the DoJ report. In reality, the proposal for a consent decree and proposals for reforms was yet another exercise in damage control. Emanuel even feigned support for such limited oversight over the police.
The incoming Trump administration, however, provided further cover for the Emanuel administration to sidestep the pretense of a court-enforced oversight of the CPD. Once the Trump administration took office, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions immediately opposed any plans that required a federal judge to monitor departments across the country, which the previous Justice report claimed was necessary to enact reforms which would supposedly reduce police violence.
With the backing of the Trump administration, Emanuel initially sought a toothless Memorandum of Agreement with federal authorities which did not require any court enforcement or independent oversight. Emanuel claimed that the CPD was carrying out reform measures on its own with its own police accountability task force and its newly formed organization of police oversight, the Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA).
In fact, all previous reform measures and internal oversight bodies established over the last two decades—such as the Office of Professional Standards (OPS) and its replacement, the Independent Police Review Authority (IPRA)—functioned as adjuncts of the CPD in covering up police crimes and acts of brutality. Since the release of the McDonald video the police have continued to function as the armed bodies of the state, meting out violence and brutality on a regular basis.
A report from 2016 showed that Chicago police shoot someone every five days. Emanuel has presided over the escalation of police violence and murders in Chicago along with the arming of the police force with new heavy weaponry. Last year, Emanuel vowed to hire 1,000 new cops, mainly from minority neighborhoods in the city.
Emanuel’s decision to backtrack in mid-2017 on the working out of a consent decree was met with nervousness within sections of the Democratic Party as well as opposition from groups like BLM. That Emanuel would so flagrantly oppose even the appearance of reform signaled to Madigan that the only way to defuse public anger was to sue the city of Chicago in order to force the negotiation of court-ordered initiatives.
Madigan and other groups filed the lawsuit against the city of Chicago on August 29, 2017. It cited the findings of the Department of Justice report against the CPD, including “the unconstitutional use of deadly and excessive force by officers; inadequate training on appropriate tactics, lack of supervision; a failure to adequately investigate officer misconduct and discipline officers and inadequate wellness and counseling programs to support officers.” Responding to the lawsuit, Emanuel and CPD Superintendent Eddie Johnson both tepidly voiced their willingness to work with Madigan on a consent decree.
Emanuel is seeking reelection for mayor in 2019 and no doubt calculates that the inclusion of groups such as BLM in such a fraudulent framework of police “reform” will give him a certain political cover to embellish his deeply unpopular public image.
Court-enforced consent decrees have been implemented in cities like Baltimore and Cleveland, which have had high-profile police shootings in the news since 2015. These measures, among other “reform” efforts by individual police departments, have done nothing to stop police in the US from murdering with impunity. According to killedbypolice.net, a website that tracks police killings in the US, police have killed more people during the first four months of 2018 (394) than in 2017 (365).
Ultimately the purpose of the consent decree in Chicago is to give legal and political cover to the CPD and the Democratic Party as plans are carried out to further militarize and deploy the police against the working class in the coming struggles against the state.
AMERICAN GHETTO BLACKS ARE THE MOST VIOLENT, RACIST, HOMOPHOBIC, ABORTED AND IGNORANT SUBCULTURE IN THE WORLD.
Black Crime Gets Crazier
Whatever you thought crazy was, put it aside. Because no matter what you think is the craziest story of black violence – and the denial, deceit, and delusion surrounding it – this recent story out of Oakland is way past that.
It began simply and sadly enough on a BART system in the Oakland area. Two younger black people killed two older white guys. The reaction from BART was as predictable as it was lame: BART is safe; murder and violence are isolated; and no, you cannot see the videos from any of the hundreds of cameras in the stations.
Then, over the weekend, John Lee Cowell, a white guy, met two black women, Nia Wilson and her sister, on BART. He cut their throats, killing Nia.
Soon the streets of Oakland were full of black protesters, wondering why white people are able to get away with so much murder against black people. Many took to Twitter as well. "White supremacy slashes throats, it stabs, it lynches, and continues to kill our people in horrific ways," said one Twitter poster. It isevil. "Don't tell us to play patty-cake with it." And on and on this went by the thousands: black people bitterly complaining about white-on-black crime and how cops in places like Oakland never do anything about it.
The only other explanation is one that just
happened to be true: crime in Oakland, one of
America's most dangerous cities, is a black
thing, wildly out of proportion. Anyone who
cannot see that is in full denial, deceit, and
BART commuters are often its keenest witnesses.
In 2015, the crime on BART trains was so bad that BART created an app where riders could document any chaos or violence or lawlessness, then automatically send it to BART.
BLOG: ANYONE WHO HAS RIDDEN A LOS ANGELES METRO BUS KNOW THAT 95% OF THE ISSUES, VIOLENCE, INAPPROPRIATE AND MENACING CONDUCT IS BY BLACK MEN. THE OTHER 5% BY BLACK WOMEN!!!
After a year, the geniuses at the East Bay Express ascertained that black ridership on BART was about 11 percent, but complaints against black people made up about 70 percent of the info from the app. It did not take long to figure out that the app was racist, and it was soon never heard from again.
Flash forward to less than a year ago: 50-70 black people rampaged through a BART station, beating and robbing a few white passengers – just the latest in a series of black mob violence at BART trains and stations. Some fatal. Most ignored. All treated as a symptom of white racism.
All with videotape that BART executives refused to share for the craziest of reasons: BART executives said doing so would be "embarrassing to minorities." And no, I do not expect you to believe that unless you see it for yourself. So here's an excerpt from a recent video I did. Just click here: .
If that is not enough, try this on for size: an article I wrote about it at the time for American Thinker with lots of links.
Just a few weeks ago, BART was back in the news when it was revealed that 66% of the people banned from BART for criminal behavior are black. More racism, of course, said the people who were loath to consider, even for a second, that black people on BART create holy Hell six times more than their ridership should.
It is not just Oakland. Even as black people in Oakland were revving up their protests to remember Nia Wilson and protest this tsunami of fictitious white-on-black crime, black-on-white murder proceeded apace around the rest of the country the same way it always does: wildly out of proportion.
In Atlanta, a middle-aged white restaurant manager, Christian Broder, was visiting his home town for a wedding when a black person recently out of jail killed him. The killer was supposed to be staying in a "diversion program" instead of finishing a sentence for violent crime. But even after he was caught brandishing guns and drugs on social media with some of his bros before the murder, he was soon free again. Free to kill Christian.
In Natchitoches, Louisiana, Felicia Marie-Nicole Smith, a black woman, is under arrest for kidnapping, murdering, then burning a six-month-old white child, Levi Cole Ellerbe.
So far, no protests. Not even an angry Twitter stream.
This is a long list from just recently. In North Portland, Oregon, a black man killed a white woman and burned her. I guess that's a black thing, too.
In Bradenton, Massachusetts, a black person is wanted for killing a couple of white kids.
From Baltimore to Oakland, a common reaction to black-on-white crime is that only white privilege gives white people living near black people an expectation of safety. Besides, everyone knows there is no difference between black crime rates and white crime rates.
White people do it, too.
Just because something is easily shown to be the greatest lie of our generation, that does not mean that lots and lots and lots of people refuse to say it over and over and over again.
Colin Flaherty is just about the worst person on this planet, said CNN a few days ago. That's because he wrote a scintillating bestseller titled , which documents black violence wildly out of proportion. Worse still, lots of people read it. Sorry, not sorry, CNN.
'He wanted somebody to be angry at': Girlfriend of 28-year-old killed in 'stand your ground' shooting in front of their children tearfully describes how Florida gunman who killed her partner picked the fight
· Markeis McGlockton, 28, was shot and killed during an argument over a handicap parking space in Clearwater, Florida, on Thursday
· Glockton's girlfriend Britany Jacobs spoke with Good Morning America Monday
· The mother broke down in tears as she spoke about witnessing the shooting with her three young children
· She said the gunman Michael Drejka, 47, had been looking for a fight
· Surveillance footage shows McGlockton coming to Jacobs' defense and shoving Drejka to the ground
· Drejka pulled out his legally-carried handgun and fired single shot while down
· The gunman will not be facing charges because of Florida's 'stand your ground' self-defense law
The girlfriend of a man who was shot and killed during a heated row over a handicapped parking space in Florida last week has called for justice in the father's death in a new interview.
Markeis McGlockton, 28, was shot in front of his girlfriend Britany Jacobs and the couple's three young children on Thursday afternoon after gunman Michael Drejka picked a fight with the mother for parking in a handicap spot without tags.
Jacobs described how the argument over proper parking etiquette took a deadly turn in an emotional interview with on Monday.
'He wanted somebody to be angry at. He just wanted someone to fight him,' Jacobs said.
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McGlockton and the couple's five-year-old son were inside the convenience store when Drejka approached Jacobs, who was sitting in the car with her infant and three-year-old children.
'He was picking a fight. I'm just sitting, waiting for my family to come back to the car,' she said.
The mother said she started feeling 'scared' as the argument quickly escalated.
'By this time a witness pulls up and everybody hears us going back and forth with one another. [The witness] let the owner know that there was somebody out there messing with a woman in a car,' she said.
'My man hears what's going on, sees the guy yelling at me and I'm sitting in the car. My man is defending me and his children, so he pushes him down.'
'The guy is on the ground and he pulls the gun out. My dude steps back 'cause my dude is fearing for his life - all of us were.'
Within seconds of pulling the gun, Drejka fired a shot directly into McGlockton's chest.
'Everybody is panicking, my son is screaming, but it was too late,' she said. 'It's hard for a four- or five-year-old to witness what he saw. It's really tough for him.'
McGlockton stumbled back into the store and fought for his life for the next 30 minutes, but was later pronounced dead at a hospital.
'He was a good man and all he was trying to do was protect his family,' Jacobs said.
'I just want justice. I need something to be done because this is not right.'
Drejka has been cleared by police because of Florida's 'stand your ground' law, which authorizes deadly force in self-defense with no duty to retreat from an attacker.
The shooting 'is within the bookends of stand your ground and within the bookends of force being justified,' Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said at a press conference Friday.
'No matter how you slice it or dice it that was a violent push to the ground.
'[Drejka] told deputies that he had to shoot to defend himself. Those are the facts and that's the law. I'm not saying I agree with it, but I don't make that call.'
Drejka remained on the scene until police arrived and was confirmed to have a concealed carry license.
The owner of the Circle-A Food Store WFTS that Drejka had assaulted customers in the store’s parking lot before.
A man who frequents the store, Rich Kelly, claimed Drejka picked a fight with him over a parking spot about a month ago, calling him racial slurs and threatening to kill him.
Cops raid a North Carolina daycare center and find more than 100lbs of marijuana, cocaine, heroin and GUNS
· Police raided a daycare in Fayetteville, North Carolina, on Tuesday and seized a massive stash of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, cash and firearms
· They also found cookies and gummy bears laced with marijuana
· Daycare owners Reshod J Everett and Victoria L Everett have been arrested
· The bust was part of a months-long drug investigation
· Alvin Davis III, 27, was also arrested in connection with the investigation
A massive stash of marijuana, cocaine and heroin has been seized from a daycare in North Carolina, authorities say.
Fayetteville police raided Tori's Playhouse on Tuesday and found cookies and gummy bears laced with marijuana along with six guns, 100lbs of pot, more than a half kilo of cocaine and an ounce of heroin.
The couple that ran the daycare, Reshod J Everett and Victoria L Everett, have been arrested on drug charges along with a third person, 27-year-old Alvin Davis III.
Officials said officers waited until all of the children at the center had gone home before carrying out the raid.
'We don't have any information that would lead up to believe any children got their hands on an of this stuff at all,' Lt Douglas Nicolosi said.
Nicolosi has overseen the Fayetteville Police Department's Gang Unit's investigation, which began several months ago and is ongoing.
Officers reportedly returned to the home Thursday night to conduct a follow-up search.
Across the 36-hour bust police seized more than 300 pounds of marijuana, 10 firearms, $70,000 in cash and an Audi Q7 SUV.
Reshod Everett has been charged with trafficking in marijuana by possession, trafficking in marijuana by manufacturing, trafficking in cocaine by manufacturing, conspiring to traffic in cocaine, maintaining a dwelling for keeping and selling a controlled substance, trafficking in heroin by possession, trafficking in heroin by manufacturing, possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana and conspiracy to traffic heroin.
He was being held at Cumberland County Detention Center under $430,000 bond.
Victoria Everett is charged with trafficking in marijuana by possession, trafficking in heroin by possession, trafficking in heroin by manufacturing, possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, maintaining a dwelling for keeping and selling a controlled substance and conspiracy to traffic in heroin.
She is also being held at the Cumberland County Detention Center under $287,000 bond.
Davis was also arrested Monday in connection with the investigation and is facing two counts of trafficking marijuana, two counts of trafficking cocaine, two counts of conspiracy to trafficking, maintaining a dwelling for controlled substances, maintaining a vehicle for controlled substances and carrying a concealed weapon.
It was not immediately clear if or how he is related to the couple.
Last Sunday, a 59-year-old woman on the West Side of Chicago was killed by a would-be carjacker. The felon walked up to the driver’s side of the car, which was being driven by a 71-year-old man, and pulled his gun. The senior citizen refused to surrender the vehicle and kept driving. The would-be carjacker opened fire at the car, striking the woman in the head and killing her.
The night before, on the South Side, a Chicago officer killed a 37-year-old man whom the officer’s patrol partners had observed behaving in a manner suggesting that he was carrying a gun. The officers tried to question Harith Augustus, and he appeared to pull something from his wallet, according to police body-camera footage, possibly his firearms owner-identification card. One officer tried to grab Augustus (the police report said that he became combative), but he pulled away and ran into the street, where he appeared to reach for the gun holstered on his right hip. One of the officers opened fire and killed him. Augustus’s gun was recovered at the scene.
True to script, the officer-involved shooting sparked violent street anarchy on Saturday night, instigated by Black Lives Matter, the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, and other anti-cop activist groups. Protesters threw rocks and bottles, some filled with urine, at officers. Four officers were injured. Chants included “How do you spell racist? CPD [Chicago Police Department],” and “Murderers.” Protests have continued, drawing intense local media and political attention. “This department is racist . . . and we’re tired of it,” said one of the organizers.
There were no protests against the taking of the carjacking victim’s life. Carjackings have nearly tripled in Chicago since 2015, averaging two per day in 2017 and close to that in 2018. In August 2016, officers tried to pull over a car involved in an earlier carjacking; someone inside the car opened fire and hit one of the officers in the face. The shooter was on parole for attempted armed robbery. In January 2017, a teen carjacker ambushed a 34-year-old mother in an alleyway where she had been parking her car. His initial blow to her head with his gun was so severe that it temporarily blinded her. “Quit trying to kick back, you white bitch,” the assailant said as he pistol-whipped her. Before the attack, the mother had noticed a van suspiciously idling in the alleyway, but decided to continue about her business, likely second-guessing herself about “racial profiling.” In March 2017, a man with a gun forced a 24-year-old woman into the trunk of her car and raced it around the South Side until crashing into a tree. In August 2017, a 28-year-old entrepreneur and student was fatally shot in his car when he refused to hand it over to the carjacker. In November 2017, a pair of thugs accosted an 88-year-old man and stole his Lincoln at gunpoint. They almost immediately crashed into a semitrailer truck and retaining wall; one of the two felons died in the crash.
In the first six months of 2018, more than 60 children under 15 have been shot in Chicago. In June alone, an 11-year-old boy was shot in the head; a 12-year-old girl was killed as she was carrying her baby cousin; and a 14-year-old boy was gunned down by a passing car. Black Lives Matter activists have nothing to say about this violence because it does not involve police officers. Officer-involved shootings are a minute fraction of Chicago’s ongoing carnage—in 2016, they made up 0.5 percent of all shootings in the city. The foot patrol that accosted Augustus was in the neighborhood—the CPD’s Third District—because the local alderman, residents, and business owners had requested greater police protection. The area had seen an increase in open-air drug deals. So far this year, there have been 69 shootings in the Third District, a little under a dozen a month, 15 of them fatal. A witness reported to the that Augustus was selling “loosies”—single untaxed cigarettes—a practice that shop owners loathe for its contribution to an atmosphere of street lawlessness.
Black Lives Matter has thankfully lost its sounding board in the White House. But at the local level, away from the Resistance-obsessed national media radar screen, its anti-cop poison continues to distort policing and police-community relations. It is a tragedy for Augustus’s family and acquaintances that he lost his life; the shooting must be thoroughly investigated. If any tactical changes are needed to lessen the risk that a police encounter escalates into the use of lethal force, they should be implemented through rigorous hands-on training. But the officers were right to approach an apparently armed man, especially given the area’s record of shootings. Such proactive policing has dropped precipitously in Chicago, resulting in a sharp rise in violent crime since 2014. (Law professors Paul Cassell and Richard Fowles empirically connect the drop in stops to rising crime in this .)
The anti-cop violence against the CPD for a shooting that, though deeply unfortunate, appears to be justified will further lessen officers’ willingness to intervene in suspicious behavior. A Chicago detective told me, in the wake of Saturday’s violence: “Those who care about law enforcement and a civil society cannot win against willful blindness and straight-up lies. This is an open civil war that goes quite beyond Chicago.” The demoralization of law enforcement continues, and it is the law-abiding residents of high-crime areas who will continue paying the price.
Mother is accused of letting men rape her daughter, TWO, who then got an STD and was left with meth in system
· Azzie Watson, 25, a mother-of-two from Missouri, charged with child abuse and endangerment
· Watson was arrested after allegedly confessing on a recording that she repeatedly took her two-year-old daughter to be raped by two men
· Watson told her boyfriend, who made the recording, that she watched the sexual assaults
· Toddler later tested positive for an STD and also had methamphetamine in her system
· Both the girl and her one-year-old brother were found to have foreign metal objects lodged in their feet
PUBLISHED: 10:00 EDT, 18 July 2018 | UPDATED: 17:30 EDT, 18 July 2018
A young mother from Missouri has been charged with letting men repeatedly rape her two-year-old daughter, who then contracted a sexually transmitted disease.
Azzie Watson, 25, of Independence, was charged on Tuesday with child abuse and endangerment. Her bond was set at $75,000.
According to court documents, Watson's boyfriend recorded the mother-of-two talking about repeatedly taking her eldest daughter to a house where the toddler was raped by two men about five times.
She says on the recording that she watched the sexual assaults and called herself 'a coward.'