Sunday, September 22, 2013

NC: Black-mob violence destroys U.S. landmark. Hikers, joggers, bikers know better than to traverse famous trail.

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Black-mob violence and black-on-white crime has not destroyed the entire American Tobacco Trail, only the small chunk that goes through Durham, N.C.

The “high crime” part. The gang-infested part. The poor part. The urban part. The sketchy part. The part that local media calls every name imaginable except one: The black part.

Otherwise, most of the 22.5 miles of this trail is a safe, sometimes bucolic experience for runners, bikers, strollers and even equestrians. As long as they stay away from the trail near Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway.

Since 2011, dozens of people have been beaten, robbed, pushed off bikes and threatened in that part of the trail. All of the suspects in this violence and mayhem are black.

Though most of the time the local media is loathe to say so. In the most recent assault, WRAL-TV described one of the assailants as having a “dark complexion.”

More @ WND

11 comments:

  1. Time to bait a trap.

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  2. Hmmm, just what I was thinking before clicking on "comments". Temporary group of Minutemen could solve a problem.

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  3. This is happening all over the country and has been going on for years. The news media has turned deaf, dumb, and blind lest they should offend the blacks by pointing out that the minority people commits the majority of crime (don't hate me, hate those statisticians who track this stuff). The politically correct police all look the other way lest they be painted by the media as racially profiling, often not even investigating crime reports and seldom ever publicly giving a description of the thugs - when they're black. What they should be doing is sending armed plain clothes officers through places where black thugs are known to routinely ambush whites and even blacks, to clean out the garbage. But since that isn't going to happen, at this point I'm so disgusted with black thugs all over the country getting away with rape, robbery, and murder, that I'd have no problems if some ex-marines, hardcore rednecks, or even some KKK members stepped up to do the job that the squeamish cowardly 'protect and serve' police refuse to do. What's really sad is that everyone reading this knows that if that were to happen, the 'do nothing' police would vigorously pursue anyone who didn't look like he could be obama's son.

    (check out the black mob related news articles on the right side of the page)
    http://www.wnd.com/2013/09/black-mob-violence-destroys-u-s-landmark/

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  4. think this is isolated to the NC trail, or a recent trend? check out 'some' of the similar unreported incidents that have been going on all around the country (posted on the right side of the page). police all around the nation have been muzzled and handcuffed lest the lame-street media and race-baiters like al sharkskin accuse them of racially profiling.

    http://www.wnd.com/2013/09/black-mob-violence-destroys-u-s-landmark/

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  5. I post quite a few of his and he sent me his book for review. Thomas Sowell liked it also.

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  6. That trail extends to the south into Chatham Co. There has been a time in the not so distant past that crap like that would not have been tolerated in Chatham Co. and it still may be that way today. I don't know. What I do know is that WRAL used to be Jesse Helms TV station. He must be rolling over in his grave.

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    1. WRAL used to be Jesse Helms TV station. He must be rolling over in his grave.

      I bet. He's got a nice gravestone in Oakwood, by the way.

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  7. So I hear. When I was in school at NCSU Jesse had not ventured into politics yet and had a daily news and comment show on WRAL. That was in the turbulent late 60's and the TV rooms around campus were full of kids from both camps watching Jesse. Some to jeer him and other to cheer him. Man those were strange times.
    I don't think they were as dangerous as what we face now but I often wonder what our parents must have thought.

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    1. I don't think they were as dangerous as what we face now but I often wonder what our parents must have thought.

      They would be dumbstruck about today. So foreign from back then.

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