Friday, March 24, 2017

The Terrifying Story of Elisabeth Faye Cannon of Macon: What Happens When the White Working Class Gets Left Behind

Almost every white person in America works, consciously and unconsciously, to insulate their families from the consequences of diversity. To earn a living to move far away from diversity, even if one publicly praises diversity and its obviously spurious benefits, is proof of a desire to sustain implicit whiteness. 

But happens when diversity comes to you and you aren't capable of escaping in time? 


Your property value, appreciating yearly when the community was all-white, immediately starts to depreciate to the black mean. What should be a safe investment in your future (the equity in your home being one of your primary assets) becomes an impossible liability to unload and a reminder the Visible Black Hand of Economics is all too real a phenomenon. 

Case in point, Elisabeth Faye Cannon of Macon. Black teenagers had been harassing her family by throwing rocks at Cannon's house, so she did the only sensible thing imaginable and shot at them. She was arrested and this past Tuesday indicted.

But it's when you read the story of Cannon's family, forced to live in the horrifying, stupefying blackness of Macon, Georgia, you'll understand why white Americans without college degrees are dying younger: they can't escape the consequences of diversity by momentarily moving to a safe, thriving all-white enclave (inevitably to have the fate of being overwhelmed by the rising tide of color). 

This is the unspoken tragedy of Elisabeth Faye Cannon of Macon. She and her family were left behind as the unforgiving blackness of Africans in America stamped out what remained of western civilization in her community. [Rock-throwing teens ‘terrorized’ her, woman charged with shooting 15-year-old says, Macon Telegraph, January 18, 2017]:


Read more here: http://www.macon.com/news/local/crime/article127304154.html#storylink=cp

A woman charged with shooting a teenage boy in the head Monday night said Wednesday that she and her husband had been terrorized at home by a group of rock-throwing teens for a week and “felt really unsafe and extremely threatened.” 
Elisabeth Cannon, 47, faces two counts of aggravated assault in the shooting of 15-year-old Vernon Marcus Jr., who remains in critical condition at a Macon hospital. She was booked in the Bibb County jail Monday night and released Tuesday evening, records show. 
In the front yard of her home in the 4000 block of Bloomfield Drive on Wednesday afternoon, Cannon told The Telegraph that Marcus and two other teens had been throwing rocks at her car and house for more than a week. 
“We’ve never had personal attacks on our house,” said Cannon, who has lived there with her husband, Scott, for 22 years. 
The trio of rock-throwing teens “get so bold that they’ll even throw rocks at you while you’re sitting in your car,” Cannon said. “They’ll throw rocks at your house while you’re standing at the door.” 
A Macon-Bibb County crew was out dumping dirt in Cannon’s driveway Wednesday afternoon to cover the rocks. A worker said it had been requested weeks ago. 
Cannon said she called police about the teens Saturday, but officers only spoke with the teens and warned them not to walk near the house. 
“We didn’t have any trouble at all Sunday, so we thought, ‘Maybe it’s over.’ ” she said. 
About 7:30 p.m. Monday, Cannon walked outside to check the pressure of the tires on her daughter’s car. 
“A second before I looked up ... all the rocks come flying toward the house and right at me,” Cannon said. “(I was) standing right at the car, right next to the mailbox, right next to the house.” 
Cannon, a nurse who is now disabled, readily admits that she pulled from her pocket a .38 caliber gun and aimed it in the direction of the teens. 
“In that second, when you’ve been terrorized for more than a week, you just want it to stop,” she said. “We would have been happy if it’d just stopped. That’s all we wanted was to have some peace.” 
Cannon fired five shots from a Taurus revolver, according to an arrest warrant. 
“They took off running,” Cannon said. “I called the police immediately, and then I got right up here and looked down the sidewalk, did not see anybody.” 
There on the side of the road, about 30 feet from her gravel driveway, something caught her eye. 
“I went over there and checked and it was one of the boys,” she said. 
One of the bullets went through Marcus’s forehead and exited the back of his head, the report said. 
“I told him, ‘Hold on,’ and I called 911.” Cannon said. “He was not talking, but he was breathing and grunting. … I stayed over there with him right until they got here.” 
According to a sheriff deputy’s report, a woman in a gray car pulled up to the crime scene “very upset crying stating ‘Did someone shoot my baby?’ ” 
The woman said Marcus, who also goes by “Lil V,” was her son. A deputy followed her to the hospital. 
Cannon is free on a bond of $13,840, records show. 
Macon-Bibb County Commissioner Al Tillman is bothered that Cannon was released in less than 24 hours. 
“A $13,000 bond is unusual for someone who shot someone in the head,” Tillman said. “I was under the impression it was a mistake. It makes you put your advocate hat on when something like this happens.” 
Tillman also serves as chairman of Unity-N-Community, an organization that aims to bridge the gaps between people in areas such as race and socioeconomic status. 
The organization seeks to prevent problems escalating like Monday’s shooting, he said. 
Cannon is white. Marcus is black. 
Tillman suggests anyone having trouble with neighbors to get in touch with the neighborhood association or other community leaders to see if they can alleviate those issues. 
Cannon said she made a split-second decision and “had felt really unsafe and extremely threatened.” 

“We’ve wanted to move for a long time, but we didn’t know if anybody would even buy in this area and we didn’t really have the money to move.”
At the end of this terrifying article is the underlying truth behind the demise in the health of members of the white working class and why the mortality rate is increasing for this beleaguered group of people lacking a political champion or aggressive advocacy group.

The consequences of diversity and the rising tide of color are what every white person, consciously and unconsciously, strives to avoid, but an increasing number of whites can no longer find employment with compensation liberating them from the horrors of western civilization being eclipsed by Africans in America.





Read more here: http://www.macon.com/news/local/crime/article127304154.html#storylink=cpy



Read more here: http://www.macon.com/news/local/crime/article127304154.html#storylink=cpy




Read more here: http://www.macon.com/news/local/crime/article127304154.html#storylink=cpy

Thursday, March 23, 2017

The Bass Pro Shop In Memphis: A Hilarious Reminder White Civilization Dies in Majority Black City

What happens when you open a fishing/hunting superstore in a 65 percent black city? This... [Former Bass Pro employee: Bullets, BB guns are stolen from store on daily basis, WREG.com, 2-17-17]:

Keith Thole said he started working in the towering pyramid when it opened in April of 2015. His gig as a supervisor at Bass Pro was one he loved, but the shoplifters -- not so much. 
"How many times do you think you’d personally see or hear of people shoplifting?" WREG's Bridget Chapman asked Thole. 
"On a daily basis," he said. 
Every day, he said he’d notice young adults walk in with a mission: their eyes on the hunting section where ammo and BB guns aren’t secured. 
But even if employees noticed a shoplifter, Thole said they weren’t allowed to stop them. That’s the policy with many companies. 
“For us to even make contact with the suspected shoplifter, we have to get permission from the manager on duty.” 
And then he said they would call the off-duty Memphis Police Department officer working security to intervene. 
“Nine out of ten times they would tell us, 'Just let them go. It’s not worth it,'" he said. 
One January day took a different turn after he got a call that a teen pocketed a box of ammunition. 
Thole said he stopped the thief at the door and was waiting for the MPD officer to arrive, but the kid ran. 
At first, Thole thought he was lunging at him and said he briefly grabbed the suspect's arm. 
“It was a defensive manner, completely instinctive reaction," said Thole. "There was no ill intention in me grabbing him.”  
He was fired soon after.“I did believe I was in the wrong because like I said, I do know the rules," said Thole. "I actually taught the rules for orientation for new employees.” 
But he said it’s a deeper issue than following the employee handbook. 
“I started hearing about it last year that they were having an issue of people going into the store and shoplifting and taking BB guns," said Memphis Councilman Berlin Boyd. "That was a hot item to steal." 
Councilman Boyd said Bass Pro is working with MPD to increase security. 
Memphis police have reported 14 cases of shoplifting and five assaults since the store opened less than two years ago. 
There's an unusual pattern to the 14 shoplifting cases. 
Police reported zero shoplifting cases at Bass Pro for the first seven months the store was open, then two in December 2015. Another eight months went by with no shoplifting reported before seven cases were reported at the end of last year and five this January alone. 
Many of the police reports detail teenagers stealing BB guns and bullets. One report says a suspect even fought the officer to the point the officer lost consciousness for a brief amount of time. 
“A lot of people say, 'We wish they would lock the ammunition up [and] put the BB guns in a safe particular place that takes a key,' but that’s not their business model," said Boyd. 
Boyd said customers enjoy the openness of the store, while Thole said it encourages criminals. 
“That one or two boxes of ammunition, it may not hurt Bass Pro, but it can hurt a lot of people in this community," said Thole. 
Bass Pro said in a statement some of the accusations being made are "baseless and inaccurate." 
The spokesperson went on to say they’re “committed to ensuring a safe experience for our customers, our associates and our community." 
He also noted the extensive security system in place. 
“They’re definitely prosecuting," said Boyd. "If you get caught stealing in their store, they will prosecute you. They don’t care how young or how old you are. They will prosecute you.”
Many people believe a good idea to help black gangs out would be to randomly drop boxes of ammunition in majority black communities... well, what is Bass Pro Shops doing in Memphis?

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

England in 2017: We Defeated the Nazis to Become a Colony of Islam!

London has fallen. Demographically, it has fallen. Another Islamic terror attack, in a city with a Muslim mayor... never forget the British soldiers who fought in World War II knew at the end England was lost.

London 2017... what would the white men who fought in the Battle of Britain in 1940 have said about their bravery and courage were they to know what would become of England 77 years later?

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Because of Incessant Black Violence/Dysfunction, Funeral home directors in Chicago call for law to reduce violence at funerals

Somehow, this is all white people's fault. 

Before we get to a problem obviously on the shoulders of white people, can you spot the great quote from this immortal passage in Nicholas Lemann's The Promised Land: The Great Black Migration and How It Changed America?:
Chicago was home to the Chicago Defender, the country’s leading black newspaper, with a wide readership in the rural South. Robert S. Abbott, the Defender’s publisher, a small, round, well-dressed man who artfully combined the roles of race crusader and businessman, launched what he called "The Great Northern Drive" on May 15, 1917. The object of the drive was to exhort Southern blacks to come to Chicago, in order to make money and live under the legal benefits of citizenship. Abbott invented slogans ("The Flight Out of Egypt") and promoted songs ("Bound for the Promised Land," "Going Into Canaan") that pounded home a comparison to the events described in the Book of Exodus for his audience of extremely religious children of slaves. 
He persuaded the railroads to offer "club rates" to groups of blacks migrating to Chicago. At the same time strong-back businesses like the stockyards and packing houses, desperately short of labor because of the war, hired white labor agents and black preachers to tour the South recruiting. Black porters on the Illinois Central, who at the time were a prosperous, respected elite in black America, spread the word (and passed out the Defender) on their stops in Mississippi towns. E. Franklin Frazier, the black sociologist, reported that, "In some cases, after the train crossed the Ohio River, the migrants signalized the event by kissing the ground and holding prayer services." 
The black population of Chicago grew from 44,000 in 1910 to 109,000 in 1920, and then to 234,000 in 1930. A local commission on race relations reported that 50,000 black people had moved to Chicago from the South in eighteen months during the war. --  p. 16
Did you see it? 

Here. 

I'll make it easy for you. As black migrants from the South entered the northern portion of the United States, they rejoiced at the their new found freedom:
"In some cases, after the train crossed the Ohio River, the migrants signalized the event by kissing the ground and holding prayer services." 
So what type of world did the black descendants of those who 'signalized the event by kissing the ground and holding prayer services' create in Chicago? 

Obviously, one we can blame entirely on white people...[Funeral home directors call for law to reduce violence at funerals, Chicago Tribune, 3-21-17]:
June Williams, director of a Gresham neighborhood funeral home, worries about getting shot at work. 
In the last two years, Golden Gate Funeral Home has seen several acts of violence, including an instance where a staff driver was shot. 
In the past, Williams said she’s had to turn over to the police funeral home guest books signed by gang members who were attending funerals of their rivals. Among grieving families and friends mourning their lost loved ones are revenge-seeking guests that compromise the safety of everyone at the funeral home, 2036 West 79th St., Williams said. 
“Regardless of what caused the death of a loved one, I have mothers and grandmothers that are standing with me. ... We deserve to be safe at a funeral,” said Bishop Larry Trotter, senior pastor of the Sweet Holy Spirit Church, 8621 S. Chicago Ave., in the South Chicago neighborhood, where a Tuesday press conference was held calling for legislation to keep violence out of funerals. 
Chicago funeral home directors and activists at the conference said they are working with Sen. Napoleon Harris, D-Harvey, on writing a bill that proposes tougher consequences for offenders who commit crimes involving a weapon at funerals. The bill will mirror the stiffer penalties for certain gun crimes near schools and along designated Safe Passage routes, Trotter said. 
In the last year, there have been at least 17 acts of violence at funerals, according to Bishop Tavis Grant of Antioch Network of Churches & Ministries. But churches and funeral homes don’t have the means to provide security, he said. 
The violence, which Trotter said often stems from unresolved gang-related incidents involving the deceased, is a threat to the bereaved. Along with the shooting at Golden Gate Funeral Home, Williams said a visitor was stabbed at a service while standing at the casket. 
But staff members at funeral homes and chapels are also at risk. 
“There used to be a code amongst different types of folks,” Williams said. “You didn’t bother the people at church, and you didn't bother them at a funeral. 
“We have to be concerned when men come into the funeral home and we ask them to take off their hat,” she said. “Some of the gang members, that’s their colors, they don’t want to take them off. Or somebody steps on somebody’s foot then they’re ready to fight.” 
Sweet Holy Spirit Church spokesman Sean Howard said the proposal is under review this week and is being vetted to become a bill.
No words for this one.

Just a reminder Jim Crow wasn't about racism toward blacks, but it was our ancestors attempt to legally protect their civilization from black dysfunction for their posterity.