by Jerry Richardson 10/18/14
For the major part of several decades, Black–Victimology 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?
THUMBNAIL SUMMARY OF BVC 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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