The Black-Victimology Coalition

AlSharptonby Jerry Richardson10/18/14
For the major part of several decades, BlackVictimology has been a growing ideology in the US.  Who is involved in this extortionist activity?  The major players are an ideologically affiliated group that I chose to call the Black-Victimology Coalition (BVC).

The dishonest-media organizations in the US will not vigorously investigate and report on the various elements of this coalition that encourages and participates in riots such as the recent one in Ferguson, Missouri. And the reason the Victimology-media, does not like to report about such matters is that they are, very much, a part of the problem; they are a major element in the BVC, a major player.

What has been the collective result of their efforts in Ferguson, Missouri?


Without a trial or facts entered into evidence… without Constitutional rights employed and innocent till proven guilty assumed… people who hate full time and want us at each others throats literally, have declared officer Darren Wilson guilty of state assassination (per the Rev. Jesse Jackson). The media have provided his name, address, phone number and email to the public and have done everything but draw a map to his front door — scratch that — visually they have drawn a map to his home. He can’t go there anymore. The lapdog media, aka the propaganda arm of the Obama Administration, is furthering mob rule and chaos. What a shock.
Violence in Ferguson

Yet, even as we write [October 18, 2014] some of the BVC participants are taking steps to try and put the genie of racial-hatred—that they have released—back into the control bottle:

[October 17, 2014] CRS Strategic Retreat – New York Times Article Mike Brown Shooting – Darren Wilson Account Backed With Forensics…

Representatives from the Federal DOJ Civil Rights Division, The Community Relations Service (CRS), “Peacekeepers”, are beginning the process of slowly deflating the vitriol. To avoid riots and try to stem violent expectations from not gaining Grand Jury indictment, the CRS is leaking (strategic dissemination) information to the New York Times. —CRC Strategic Retreat

So who are these groups?

Here is a list of the major elements of the Black-Victimology Coalition (BVC), identified collectively for the first time anywhere:

  • Victimology-media (Such as NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, NYT, and Wash. Post).
  • Political-enablers (Such as Barack Obama and Eric Holders).
  • Communist-agitators (Both black and white).
  • Race-baiters (Such as Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson).
  • Victimology-organization (The NAACP).
  • Liberation-theologists (Such as James Cone and Jeremiah Wright).
  • Thugs (low-level criminal types who want to loot, steal, and mug)

The serious danger that the above listed BVC poses to American society is that they are collectively enabling black-protest tactics that are, in essence, no different from the tactics of terrorists or ransom-kidnappers.

The essence of terrorism is contained in two actions: 1) Demands with Threats; 2) Acts of violence to enforce demands.  Terrorism requires both these activities.  Violence alone does not give terrorism its frightful influence; violence must be preceded or accompanied by demands and threats, and the threats must be creditable.

Terrorism is a form of extortion, in which a nation or an entire group of people are the target.  Terrorism always has a goal.  People are not threatened or harmed with violence for no purpose; terrorism is not random violence.  The way to distinguish a terrorist threat is that it is always accompanied by a demand for some concession from the targeted victim(s). A demand coupled with a threat is the Sine qua non of terrorism.

The black-protester demands during the Ferguson, Missouri riots are perfect examples of terrorism.  

From day one, the “protesters” in Ferguson did two things that define terrorism: 1) The protesters demanded the arrest, trial, and conviction of the police officer who, given the best available evidence, shot Michael Brown in the line of duty; 2) Numerous protesters sacked (looted and destroyed) local businesses that had no conceivable responsibility-connection with the shooting of Michael Brown; and during the time this senseless violence against innocent citizens—a basis elements of terrorism—was occurring; the New Black Panthers provided the background rap-music of terrorism—street-chants calling for the Death of Darren Wilson (the police officer who shot Michael Brown):
“What do we want? – Darren Wilson  How do we want him? – Dead”  

The black protesters manifestly coupled their demands for the death of Officer Darren Wilson with outright violence: A not so subtle message that if Darren Wilson is not arrested, tried and convicted of murder there will certainly be more violence against innocent targets.

Violence against uninvolved and innocent targets is a mark of terrorism.  

The Black-Victimology Coalition (BVC) is a volatile and dangerous collection. The only reason that it is not much more dangerous than it is at present is the fact that it is a loosely affiliated collection of separate elements connected by common ideology; hence the label coalition.

It is especially outrageous that the two leading Political-enablers are the President and the Attorney General of the United States. President Obama and Eric Holder have facilitated BVC terrorism during their terms in high office by two primary means:
1) Making public statements that signal sympathy for black violence, 2) Providing preferential justice for blacks who commit criminal acts.

Illustrations are numerous, I choose only two:

1) Making public statements that signal sympathy for black violence.

Perhaps the most outrageous and inflammatory racial statement ever made by a sitting President, inappropriately expressing his own biased feelings about the outcome of a criminal trial, was his comments after the acquittal of George Zimmerman.  In essence President Obama signaled the nation’s black community that he thought the acquittal was an injustice and suggested that it was racially motivated.

President Obama publicly and personally addressed the Trayvon Martin case for the first time since George Zimmerman was acquitted nearly a week ago, relating his own experiences to the “pain” the black community is feeling and going on to question so-called “stand-your-ground” laws.

The president delivered extensive remarks during a surprise appearance in the White House briefing room. He suggested race may have played a strong role in the case, saying that if a “white male teen” were involved, “both the outcome and the aftermath might have been different.”
Obama enters Martin debate with personal remarks

President Obama has used, encouraged, and helped perpetuate the concept of Black-Victimology.  In Jack Cashill’s new book, You Lie, we find the following quote:

The author Shelby Steele, who is biracial himself and came of age in a segregated world, knows how tempting it is to manufacture grievances. In his underappreciated 2008 book, The Bound Man: Why We Are Excited About Obama and Why He Can’t Win, Steele argued that in his eagerness to seem an “authentic” black man, Obama all too often fictionalized the state of black victimization and cast himself among the victims. He would continue to do this even during his presidency.
Cashill, Jack (2014-10-07). You Lie! (Kindle Locations 355-358) Kindle Edition.

A President of the United States, as the highest elected law-enforcement official has NO proper right to weigh-in publically, with his personally biased opinion, after a jury in a criminal trial has rendered their verdict.  And he certainly has no proper right to publically suggest that a jury decision might have been racially motivated.

This sort of pandering, and it is pandering, to the black community has encouraged and emboldened violent acts such as we have been seen in Ferguson, MO.  Even TV personality Chris Matthews (one of Obama biggest cheerleaders) has stated publically that Obama “…needs to stop playing politics…stop playing the ethnic groups…”

2) Providing preferential justice for blacks who commit criminal acts.

The Obama Department of Justice (DOJ) under the mafia-style management of Eric Holder has been politicized in a way that should never be allowed to occur under our laws and Constitution.  A perfect example of this politicization was the dismissal, by the DOJ, of an already won case against members of the New Black Panthers for civil rights violations.

On Election Day 2008, New Black Panther Party members King Samir Shabazz, Malik Zulu Sha-bazz and Jerry Jackson were charged in a civil complaint with civil violations by “allegedly” violating the Voting Rights Act through intimidation, threats and coercion as they stood outside a Philadelphia polling place.

It was what Bartle Bull, a former civil rights lawyer and publisher of the left-wing Village Voice, called “the most blatant form of voter intimidation I’ve ever seen” — Black Panthers dressed in paramilitary garb, one brandishing a nightstick and saying things like, “You are about to be ruled by the black man, cracker!”
—-At an April 23 commission hearing, witnesses testified to how the Black Panthers acted in concert, threatening black Republicans and whites who showed up. Two witnesses testified that they saw some would-be voters turn back and leave without voting after seeing the nightstick and being called “white devils.”

As we recently noted, Eric Holder’s Justice Department refuses to enforce U.S. law as written but bends it and shapes it to serve the purposes of the administration’s political agenda. Tea Party members who protest the administration’s policies are racists; Black Panthers threatening voters are no threat at all.
Eric Holder and Black Panthers

No Black protest would be complete without the obligatory parachuting-in of the Race-baiters and at least one representative of the Victimology-organization.

Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackon, and the head of the national NAACP have all jetted in to demand “justice.” Not one of them has pointed out that there are at least three investigations going on–federal, county, and police department–and that there should be no baying for blood until the facts are known.—-This is a Western procedure that evolved over many centuries, and is designed to be as fair as possible. It is based on the presumption of innocence, and withholds judgment until all evidence is considered. It derives, in other words, from a deliberative, reasoned approach to the truth that is obviously alien to large numbers of blacks.—-In Ferguson, African-Americans are acting like Africans rather than Americans. Presumptions of innocence, rules of evidence, and deliberative justice are about as rare on the street as they are south of the Sahara. Africa is notorious for mob justice. Alleged thieves are often beaten to death on the spot. Witch-burning is so common, you can now see it on YouTube. UNICEF reports that more Africans than ever believe in witchcraft.

In Africa, hit-and-run is a safety measure; if you stop to help, the crowd is likely to kill you. That nearly happened right here in America when Steve Utash, who was driving through Detroit, stopped to help a child who had jumped in front of his car, and was very nearly murdered by a black crowd. This was not ruled a hate crime–it’s just what blacks do, apparently.
Understanding the Ferguson Riots

Although an act of terrorism can be carried out by one individual, generally speaking there is a team or an affiliated group involved.  Individual elements play different roles ranging anywhere from publicizing (news media) through enabling (politically, philosophically, and theologically) all the way down to committing overt violence.  But their collective effort is still terrorism, if it involves the two essentials actions:
1) Demands with Threats; 2) Acts of violence to enforce demands.

So what is an accurate description of the recent activities of the BVC?

Answer: Homeland terrorism.

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31 Responses to The Black-Victimology Coalition

  1. Timothy Lane says:

    Reading about modern American race relations makes me wonder if Lincoln and his fellow colonizers (who wanted to find somewhere to send American ex-slaves — voluntarily, which proved to be the stumbling block — because they thought the races would never be able to relate to each other on equal terms) were wrong. Or did we (meaning mainly, but probably not exclusively, liberals) just take a wrong turn in the late 1960s when we let radical blacks hijack the civil rights issue? They key was the development of underdog/overdog syndrome, under which black actions became above criticism for the politically correct.

    As for your coalition, I would note that the last group (thugs, which includes a lot of anarchists), they’re aren’t really part of the coalition; they just take advantage of the ensuing chaos whenever the coalition creates a lynch mob situation, as they did in Ferguson (and to a lesser extent Sanford).

    I would also note that the whole point of modern liberalism is to claim victim status on one or another basis, so this coalition could be repeated for women, homosexuals, etc. Race is the highest category of victim, remembering that liberals count Muslims and Hispanics as separate (non-white) races for that purpose (except when they find it convenient to call someone like George Zimmerman a “white Hispanic”).

  2. Jerry Richardson says:


    As for your coalition, I would note that the last group (thugs, which includes a lot of anarchists), they’re aren’t really part of the coalition; they just take advantage of the ensuing chaos whenever the coalition creates a lynch mob situation, as they did in Ferguson (and to a lesser extent Sanford).

    Yes, I agree, you are correct.

    One thing that is encouraging, to me, is that very intelligent, perceptive blacks are speaking out in opposition to black victimology; here’s just one example:

    The Victim Mentality of Black Americans
    It is Time for Black Americans to Cease Acting Like Victims- The Game Has Been Played Out

    It is a cry of many Black Americans that ,”We have not yet reached the Promised Land.” and “When will we reach our Promised Land.” Guess what? This is the 21st century and those mantras are tired and worn out. We Black Americans must create our Promised Land through high intellectual and academic achievement in addition to a prodigious work ethic.
    Every Saturday morning in my area(Harlem) without fail, in a park opposite that of my apartment complex, there are a group of Black Americans led by the Reverend Al Sharpton shouting repeatedly, ” No justice, no peace!” as if only doing this will obtain them quality education, housing, and job equality.
    Each time I go into the African-American section of Barnes & Nobles and any other book store, 75% of the books regarding the Black American cultural experience are about Black Victimology and 25% of the books are about Black achievement, Black excellence, and Black self-empowerment. Many of the subjects pertaining to Black American culture on some Black-made DVDs and CDs stress Black victimology and how we are oppressed by the enemy. Seldom do I find any Black-made DVDs and CDs stressing Black education, achievement, empowerment and how to be socioeconomically successful. Finding a book on Black American culture that is not imbued with the victimization mentality is analogous to finding a needle in a haystack.
    Dr. Cosby was correct in stating that the Black American culture is a culture of victimology that has to stop if Black Americans want to academically and economically succeed.

    The Victim Mentality of Black Americans

  3. Jerry Richardson says:

    New information released that shows that the official autopsy supports Ferguson officer Darren Wilson story of the events occurring during his shooting of Michael Brown. Of course these facts won’t make any difference to the mob howling for his blood.

    The family of Michael Brown have said that the cop who shot him dead will ‘feel the wrath of God’s vengeance’ after the officer claimed he was acting in self defense.

    Sheryl Davis, Brown’s aunt, told MailOnline that she believes Darren Wilson committed murder and that he will suffer retribution in a ‘mighty way’.

    She said that Wilson’s actions were ‘evil’ and that he will be punished by a higher power for what he did – even if he is cleared.
    Residents of Ferguson fear that violence could return to their streets if Wilson is not indicted – which is a very real possibility.

    Accusation of Murder
    Certainly the residents of Ferguson fear violence; they have already been exposed to the extreme mob tactics that are nothing short of terrorism. The rhetoric and actions of the BVC in Ferguson has not just been a rush to judgment, it has been a BVC inspired stampede.

    New Information Released on Michael Brown Case
    [October 22, 2014] FERGUSON, Mo. (KMOX) – A report by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch this morning shows the official autopsy supports Ferguson officer Darren Wilson’s claim that Michael Brown struggled with him in his patrol vehicle, and that Brown did not have his hands up when he was shot Aug. 9.

    A source tells the Post-Dispatch that Wilson testified to the Grand Jury that when he tried to get out of his SUV to talk to Brown and his friend Dorian Johnson about the theft of cigarillos, Brown slammed the door shut and punched him in the face.
    Wilson pulled his weapon, and Brown grabbed it. At one point, the barrel was pointed at Wilson’s hip, then a shot was fired hitting Brown’s hand.

    Wilson says he then chased Brown, who turned and ran toward him. Wilson said “stop,” then fired. Brown kept coming, so Wilson fired several more shots.

    The Post-Dispatch also had three experts examine the official autopsy.
    St. Louis medical examiner Dr. Michael Graham says the report supports claims that there was a “significant struggle” in Wilson’s patrol car, and Brown suffered a hand wound at “relatively short range.”

    A forensic pathologist from San Francisco, Dr. Judy Melinek, says based on a bullet wound to Brown’s arm, Brown’s palms could not have been facing Wilson in the standard surrender position – with hands up and palms out – when he was shot, and Brown was falling forward or lunging when he was hit by the fatal shot to the top of his head.

    Based on toxicology tests, Ohio State University College of Pharmacy consultant Alfred Staubus concludes Brown had used marijuana within a few hours of his death, but it is not clear if he was impaired at the time.

    The Post-Dispatch says Brown’s family attorney calls Wilson’s account “absurd from beginning to end.”

    New Information on Michael Brown Case

    • Timothy Lane says:

      The murdering policeman was never very likely, given that Wilson has a good prior record. But the reports on the evidence increasingly give a lie to the lynch mob’s pretense of wanting “justice”. They want to punish Wilson regardless of what happened between him and Brown, partly because they refuse to consider the possibility that Brown wasn’t the innocent party.

      • Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

        I heard Rush talking about this. Apparently there was a Ferguson city councilman (or some other official) who basically said “Better indict the police officer or there will be riots.”

        • Kung Fu Zu Kung Fu Zu says:

          Why not skip all the silly nonsense and just slip the needle into the cop’s vein? Only then will social justice be served.

  4. Jerry Richardson says:

    Looks like I missed a key player in my Black-Victimology Coalition (BVC) lineup: ACORN.

    Is ACORN behind violent unrest in Ferguson?

    ACORN’s old Missouri chapter is playing at least a supporting role in the violent unrest and crime wave that has plagued Ferguson and St. Louis, Missouri since the Aug. 9 death of Michael Brown.

    With all the pathologies on parade right now in and around Ferguson, really, how could the loyalists of ACORN, which once claimed a membership of 400,000, have stayed away from the opportunity to lynch a white police officer for doing his job? The recruiting and fundraising opportunities for the cop-hating progressive movement are virtually unlimited.

    What’s going on in Ferguson is mobocracy at its ugliest.

    Activists are blackmailing the grand jury that is now hearing evidence against police officer Darren Wilson, who shot Brown in August reportedly in self-defense. If the grand jurors refuse to indict Wilson, radical activists are promising even more mayhem.

    The message is unmistakable: indict the cop, and there will be peace. Don’t, and Ferguson will burn.

    ACORN in Ferguson

    • Timothy Lane says:

      My view would be to let Ferguson burn — as long as the black areas are quarantined and the white areas protected. If the blacks don’t want the police around, let them rely on the criminal element. Wall them off, and Missouri could use Ferguson as the equivalent of Robert Heinlein’s “Coventry”.

      • Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

        My view would be to let Ferguson burn — as long as the black areas are quarantined and the white areas protected.

        You read my mind. And then not one dollar of taxpayer money to fix what they have destroyed. Let them live with the consequences of acting like a mob.

      • Jerry Richardson says:


        Please give me a brief thumbnail on Robert Heinlein’s “Coventry”

        • Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

          I was curious as well. I found this on the web:

          Exile imposed on those who act to harm others, to a “reservation” where the Covenant is not observed. Coventry is surrounded by a heavily guarded force shield to prevent the exiles from leaving without permission. The concept behind this treatment is that the government has no right to “punish” its members, but an individual who is unwilling to abide by society’s agreements may be ejected from the society.

          • Timothy Lane says:

            That covers it pretty well. The story “Coventry” was included in the collection Revolt in 2100. In the original story, the protagonist (a troublemaker) was sentenced to Coventry. He figured it was full of people like him — those who didn’t get along with others. When he arrived, and was immediately robbed of everything he brought in with him, he realized (too late) that anti-social people not only get along badly with ordinary people, but are quite happy to commit real crimes. (Heinlein eventually turned strongly libertarian, but one can imagine many of them making the same error.)

            • Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

              He figured it was full of people like him — those who didn’t get along with others. When he arrived, and was immediately robbed of everything he brought in with him, he realized (too late) that anti-social people not only get along badly with ordinary people, but are quite happy to commit real crimes. (Heinlein eventually turned strongly libertarian, but one can imagine many of them making the same error.)

              Oh…hahahahahahhahahahah — laughing out loud, rolling in the floor, beer coming out of my nose, etc. etc. etc. That is funny. Heinlein writes a story about a libertarian paradise that turns out badly (no laws, no police, just everyone self-organizing into a free-trade kumbaya — “free trade” equals “give me all your money, suckuh, or you die”) and then becomes…a libertarian.

              As I’ve said, libertarianism makes you stupid. And Heinlein is no exception. But I’ve certainly read a couple of his books and enjoyed them. The goofiness of ideas playing out in a book is much safer and more entertaining than them playing out in real life.

              • Jerry Richardson says:


                Thanks for the quick thumbnail fill-in.


                Oh…hahahahahahhahahahah — laughing out loud, rolling in the floor, beer coming out of my nose, etc. etc. etc.

                I hooted at your description. How do you come-up with this stuff? Tell us your secret.

              • Kung Fu Zu Kung Fu Zu says:

                That is funny. Heinlein writes a story about a libertarian paradise that turns out badly (no laws, no police, just everyone self-organizing into a free-trade kumbaya — “free trade” equals “give me all your money, suckuh, or you die”) and then becomes…a libertarian

                Never let it be said, that depth of thought is a hallmark of Libertarianism.

                Like with the Left, there a strong whiff of utopianism wafting around those Libertarian salons. Perhaps it is all that ganja.

  5. Jerry Richardson says:

    Kung Fu Zu,

    Please give me the thumbnail on ganja, I don’t know what that is.

    • Kung Fu Zu Kung Fu Zu says:

      For me ganja is just another way of saying marijuana. But I envision a bunch of Bob Marley fans sitting around with bongs when I use the word.

  6. Jerry Richardson says:

    More on Ferguson:

    Report: At least seven black witnesses have corroborated Darren Wilson’s testimony before the Ferguson grand jury

    [M]ore than a half-dozen unnamed black witnesses have provided testimony to a St. Louis County grand jury that supports Wilson’s account of events of Aug. 9, according to several people familiar with the investigation who spoke with The Washington Post.
    There’s little doubt, barring some bombshell evidence that the public doesn’t know about, that Wilson’s not going to be convicted. The question now is whether he’ll be charged. One theory for all the leaks lately is that law enforcement is trying to prepare the public for the fact that grand jury is unlikely to return an indictment, but I don’t know: Given what Crump said…plus protesters vowing that “it’s going to be a war” if Wilson isn’t charged, sounds like releasing the evidence early isn’t going to calm anyone down. On the contrary, it may be that this is being leaked because Wilson supporters fear that he’ll be unfairly indicted anyway for political reasons, even though there’s no probable cause to think he murdered Brown. That’s probably the outcome city leaders would prefer — indictment followed by acquittal so that they can say the system took the incident seriously enough to force Wilson to defend his actions in open court. Think that result would calm people down? Me neither.

    Seven Black Witness Corroborated Darren Wilson’s Testimony

    And since when is an indictment for political reasons consistent with the US concept of justice. Indict an innocent man, just to appease an unappeasable mob? That is not only the justice system-losing its mind; that is the justice-system losing its spine—we really don’t need that.

    • Timothy Lane says:

      Remember who controls St. Louis County (in fact, some Ferguson blacks do remember, and are planning to vote Republican this year as a result). And to liberals (and thus to Democrats — or maybe vice versa), the legal system exists not for the sake of justice, but as a tool of politics.

  7. Jerry Richardson says:

    The US and the rest of the Western-world will not be able to stop terrorism until we firmly resolve to recognize it and correctly label it for what it is: Terrorism.

    In this article I have discussed the two essential features of terrorism:

    The essence of terrorism is contained in two actions: 1) Demands with Threats; 2) Acts of violence to enforce demands. Terrorism requires both these activities. Violence alone does not give terrorism its frightful influence; violence must be preceded or accompanied by demands and threats, and the threats must be creditable.

    Terrorism is a form of extortion, in which a nation or an entire group of people are the target. Terrorism always has a goal. People are not threatened or harmed with violence for no purpose; terrorism is not random violence. The way to distinguish a terrorist threat is that it is always accompanied by a demand for some concession from the targeted victim(s). A demand coupled with a threat is the Sine qua non of terrorism.

    Please note: The demands and/or threats do not necessarily come from the person or group delivering the violence. And they may be separated in time.

    Terrorism is terrorism regardless of who is performing it, or where it is performed; at home, or abroad. Terrorism is real; terrorism is on the rise; and terrorism needs to be called what it is: Terrorism. Not by some goofy Coward-in-chief euphemism such as “workplace violence.” And not by some inaccurate lame Obamamedia PC euphemism such as “protest” as in Ferguson, MO. To label what has been happening in Ferguson, MO as “protest” is too tame and inaccurate. What has been happening is domestic terrorism—and it should be so labeled.

    Andrew C. McCarthy has just written an excellent article entitled, We Need to Call it Terrorism. Here is a short excerpt:

    Denying obvious instances of terrorism, such as the jihadist mass-murder at Fort Hood, is a transparent effort to conceal the obvious falsity of the president’s claims. If these attacks are not really terrorism, the reasoning goes, then there must be less terrorism; therefore, the pretense of defeating terror networks can be spun as validated. As I’ve said before, it is a way of miniaturizing the threat.

    It is more than that, though. Terrorism is fueled by an ideology. It is rooted, quite literally, in Islamic scripture. To cite one of many examples, in the Koran’s sura 8:12, Allah instructs Muslims: “I will instill terror into the hearts of the unbelievers: smite ye above their necks and smite all their fingertips off them.” Thus, Omar Abdel Rahman, the infamous “Blind Sheikh” I prosecuted for terrorism in the nineties, used to exhort followers:

    Why do we fear the word “terrorist”? If the terrorist is the person who defends his right, so we are terrorists. . . . The Koran mentions the words “to strike terror,” therefore we don’t fear to be described with “terrorism.” . . . We are ordered to prepare whatever we can of power to terrorize the enemies of Islam.

    We need to Call it Terrorism

  8. Jerry Richardson says:

    Domestic terrorism continues in America and is facilitated by Barack Obama, Eric Holder, Al Sharpton and their cronies.

    On Wednesday evening, two police officers were shot in Ferguson, Missouri after months of race-baiting from President Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, the White House’s favorite race-baiter Al Sharpton, and their compliant media allies.

    Obama, Holder, and Sharpton Stock Racial Flames

    Predictably, the cop shooter was a part of the #MikeBrown Protest Movement. Guess who the shooter’s friend is:

    Bob McCulloch announced 20 year-old Jeffrey Williams as the police shooter.
    He was charged with firing shots. The charge is assault in the first degree.
    Charged with three counts of armed criminal action.
    A weapon was recovered.
    Williams told police he fired the shots.
    St. Louis officials say Williams was a regular Ferguson protester.

    Jeffrey Williams and Mike Brown’s buddy Dorian Johnson are friends on Facebook.

    The Shooter’s Buddy

  9. Jerry Richardson says:

    In my taxonomy of Black-Victimology Coalition , the black judge discussed in the article, linked to below, joins the ranks of Political-enablers.

    Here’s an example of open and unmitigated black-racism directed at a white family who were the victims of a violent home invasion; but then an unhinged black judge makes them twice the victim; once to the black home invader and then again to himself.

    A black judge, offended by a white family’s concern that their toddler was frightened of black men after a violent home invasion and robbery, publicly shamed them and let off the convicted man with mere probation.

    When Gregory Wallace was sentenced for alleged armed home invasion near Buechel, Kentucky, Judge Olu Stevens “slammed” the homeowners, Jordan and Tommy Gray, for not correcting their daughter’s fear of black men.

    Wallace, who was convicted of robbery, had been found guilty of participating in the March 2013 armed home invasion, in which he and another black suspect burst into the Gray’s home and held the parents and their three-year-old daughter at gunpoint.

    According to The Courier-Journal, prior to Wallace’s sentencing, Jordan Gray confessed that since the horrible home invasion, her young daughter had been terrified of black men: “Whenever we are running errands, if we come across a black male, she holds me tight and begs me to leave. It has affected her friendships at school, and our relationships with African-American friends.”

    The father also indicated that his daughter has been “terrified of black males” since the home invasion.

    Judge Stevens, who is also black, reacted to the Grays’ concerns by calling them racists.

    “I am offended… I am deeply offended that they would be victimized by an individual and express some kind of fear of all black men,” he said. He said it was understandable that the three-year-old was upset — “she can’t help the way she feels” — but he attacked the parents for “accepting that kind of mentality and fostering those type of stereotypes.”

    The Grays asked the judge to give Wallace a more serious sentence: “If holding a little girl at gunpoint gets you probation, then our system is flawed,” the girl’s father said.

    Stevens ignored their pleas and sentenced Wallace to five year’s probation, saying he “deserved the opportunity to redeem himself” for violently invading the Grays’ home, terrorizing their daughter, and stealing their property.

    Later, Stevens took to Facebook to publicly shame the victims of a home invasion after giving Wallace merely probation for burglary and robbery with a handgun. It was the mother’s secret racist views that made the toddler terrified of black men, not the formative memory of being terrorized at gunpoint by violent criminals:

    Racism from a Black Judge

    • Timothy Lane says:

      Naturally, there has been a lot of criticism of the disgusting judge, including possible legal repercussions. If nothing else, Kentucky has elected judges, and the despicable racist will probably have trouble next time. We shall see.

  10. Jerry Richardson says:


    If nothing else, Kentucky has elected judges, and the despicable racist will probably have trouble next time. We shall see.
    —Timothy Lane

    I am more and more reaching the point were I wish ALL judges were elected; including the Supreme Court Justices. I know, the theory was that life-time appointments were supposed to keep “politics” out of the judicial process; well—HA—how has that worked out for the USA; not so good lately.

    • Timothy Lane says:

      Actually, my view of many judges tends to be “Sic semper tyrannis.” After all, I was (by the chance of where my father was stationed at the time) born in Virginia. And a LOT of judges could use that sort of correction.

  11. Jerry Richardson says:

    When and why has mob violence become so stylish in recent times?


    [April 28, 2015] Since Obama became President and started subtly supporting race-baiting and cop-hating, mob violence is back in style.

    Hordes of Occupy thugs took over parks, blocked traffic and vandalized property while cops were ordered to leave them alone. Ferguson was ripped to pieces while the Democratic governor held back the National Guard.

    BlackLivesMatter asshats have been blocking traffic across the country. There have been smaller violent outbursts in LA, Oakland and Brooklyn and now Baltimore is under siege by roving gangs of punks.


    There’s a simple reason this is happening and it’s not criminals getting killed after confrontations with the police or the general animosity that liberals have worked so hard to develop between some black Americans and the cops — although that obviously plays a role in setting the stage for all of this violence.

    In truth, people who are scum riot and loot in towns like Ferguson and Baltimore for a very simple reason: they enjoy doing it and they believe they can get away with it.

    The people who are in the streets rioting and looting, as opposed to peaceful protesters, business owners or just law-abiding citizens, are human garbage.

    For them, it’s FUN to throw a brick through a window, beat someone up or steal everything they can carry from a local business.

    It’s COOL to turn over a police car. It’s EXHILIARATING to set something on fire or destroy a restaurant.
    Even if they do get caught, liberals have started habitually excusing rioting and looting. That further encourages these thugs to believe that even if they do get caught, they’ll get off light.


    Then you start by recognizing that Job #1 of a government is to protect law-abiding citizens from disorder and violence. Whatever “rights” a piece of paper says you have are irrelevant if your store is being burned, your daughter is being raped and you can’t walk the streets without potentially being attacked by a mob.

    Once you accept that premise, then you encourage the police or if necessary, the National Guard, to use as little force as necessary, but as much force as needed to put an end to any rioting and looting.

    Rioters and looters belong in jail, in the morgue or on the business end of a nightstick – and the people who dole out those punishments deserve the full support of the government and the country.

    By that, I mean if you throw a brick at a cop and he shoots you, you deserve it. If your favorite football team wins a NCAA game and you get roughed up badly enough to end up in the hospital while you’re flipping over a car to “celebrate,” you earned it.

    To do otherwise is to punish the law-abiding citizens who are threatened by your barbaric behavior.
    Instead of continuing the failed policy of giving mobs “space to…destroy,” the government should take a page from Haley Barbour’s post-Katrina book and announce that looters and rioters will be treated “ruthlessly.”

    Rioters and Looters belong in Jail…

    • Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

      Right on, Mr. Hawkins.

    • Timothy Lane says:

      John Hawkins is a very interesting writer. I’ve had several of his lists printed out, but he can be quite good even otherwise. One might also note that the triviality of one’s rights when personally facing violent crime is a useful lesson for other issues, such as the homofascist war against even the slightest trace of heterodoxy. If liberals want conservatives like me to regard them as human, they need to stand up openly and effectively to the fascists in their midst. If they don’t, I will regard them as I do so many “moderate” Muslims — they may be personally harmless but are comfortable with the crimes of others in the name of their tribal religion/politics.

  12. Jerry Richardson says:

    One of the primary categories of The Black-Victimology Coalition (BVC) are the Race-baiters, and the leader of that noxious group, Al Sharpton, showed-up in Baltimore to make an already bad situation worse—Sharpton’s normal role.

    Sharpton is there to celebrate and promote, and use another “thug” as a hero. Yes, the “thug” Freddie Gray accumulated a lengthy rap sheet; his arrest record includes at least 18 arrests.

    And yes, I have NO intention of being bullied by the racists word-police into NOT using the perfectly good and descriptive English word “thug” for a demonstrable “thug.”

    And just to make sure I’m being clear, Freddie Gray was not a “thug” because of being black; he was a “thug” because he was a “thug.” Color does not make a “thug”; acts of “thuggery” make a person a “thug.” We have “thugs” of every ethnic group rapidly increasing in America; thanks to Obama and his “open-border” ambitions. By the way, just to remind you, Jeb Bush supports “open-border.” Go figure.

    Freddie Gray’s Rap Sheet

    Baltimore’s mayor, after initially using the term [thug], apologized on Twitter: “That night we saw misguided young people who need to be held accountable, but who also need support. And my comments then didn’t convey that.” Several commentators have likened the use of the term to the N-word.

    But a thug by any other name remains just that. What does one call the people running into a Baltimore CVS and stripping its contents before setting it afire? Somehow “misguided young people” doesn’t quite convey the behavior or the participants.

    The world watched while parts of Baltimore burned. Not just stores owned by big corporations who can rebuild — though most likely somewhere else — but mom and pop storefronts blazed throughout the night, as did a brand-new senior housing center and modest row houses that had been owned by some families for generations.

    To try to understand the perpetrators’ motivation or to excuse their actions is a great disservice to the victims of the violence.

    A Thug by Any Other Name

    So now we have the latest poster-boy, Freddie Gray, for the The Black-Victimology Coalition (BVC) to trumpet in their false hate-narrative against the police, “cops routinely brutalize black men and boys.”

    It was the manner of his death, suffering a fractured spine in police custody, that makes Freddie matter. For he can now be credibly cast in the victim’s role in the great new narrative against America — that ours is a society of unequal justice where racist cops routinely brutalize black men and boys and are rarely called to account.

    In this narrative, the liberal is always the hero.
    This latest great narrative against America — that the men in blue are a threat to us all, especially black America, rather than the last line of society’s defense from its criminal class — is but another big lie, rooted in a tiny truth.

    Hillary Blames the Cops

    • Timothy Lane says:

      I refer to any liberal stormtroopers as Obamathugs. This includes black rioters, of course (as well as any white anarchists operating with them), but it also includes Occupiers and union goons (especially SEIU).

      I mentioned this to Brad elsewhere, but John MacWhorter had a nice piece in the Daily Beast today on the liberal responsibility for Baltimore. The link is:

      • Jerry Richardson says:


        —Timothy Lane

        Very useful and self-explanatory term. All the more reason I’m not going to give-up, under pressure from the racists-police, using the very useful, descriptive term “thug.”

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