Reflections on the white victims the media never told you about.
An “unarmed” black man, Terence Crutcher, has been fatally shot by police officers in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In the wake of this event, “anger mounts.”
In North Carolina, on Tuesday night, black thugs—“protesters”—besieged Charlotte’s Finest with rocks, bottles, and traffic cones and shut down the interstate after a black police officer shot and killed another “unarmed” black man, Keith Lamont Scott.
In spite of its predictability, or perhaps because of it, the response on the part of black activists (and their non-black collaborators) to police shootings of black suspects remains telling. A person of Middle Eastern or African descent shouts praise to Allah while hacking, stabbing, or shooting his victims, and yet everyone from the President to the most dimwitted of media personalities purports to be ignorant as to the perpetrator’s motive.
However, whenever news breaks of a violent confrontation between the police and black men, we see none of this reluctance on the part of these same folks to cast premature pronouncements—even though their track record on such events is abysmal. Whether it is the cases of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Eric Garner, or Freddie Gray, the same cast of characters rushed to judgment only to have the facts prove them epically wrong.
Still, the agents of the Racism-Industrial-Complex (RIC) continue to persist in their arrogance.
There is something else revealing about the phenomenon in question: Black activists and their apologists get incensed whenever criminals and criminal suspects have (entirely avoidable) encounters with law enforcement. But when it comes to the countless numbers of victims of all races that routinely fall prey to black predators, there is hardly a peep.
This is particularly the case when the prey is white.
It’s a foregone conclusion that if consumers of news are relying upon national media sources, they never would’ve heard of the following black-on-white crimes, acts of violence that are especially notable for their sheer barbarity.
Paul Monchnik was a 91 year-old white man who lived in Detroit as of November of last year. In the early morning hours on a Monday, a black 17 year-old by the name of George Steward broke into his home. Surprised by the elderly resident, who had lived in his home for 65 years and who was deaf, the punk set upon Monchnik, pummeling him to death.
Then, to cover his tracks, Steward set his victim’s body on fire.
Prosecutor Kym Worthy stated: “The word ‘heinous’ does not even begin to describe this crime.”
Larry Weaver, 66, was a white man from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania whose body was found in a Missouri cotton field in July of this year. The coroner revealed that Weaver suffered severe trauma to his head, fractured ribs, and “other injuries consistent with a severe beating [.]”
Weaver, you see, was beaten to death by three blacks who robbed him of his motorcycle.
Norman Hall, 71, a white man, was a veteran who resided in Kentucky. Recently, Aaron Lee Pearson, a 23 year-old black thug, and black female “juvenile,” were arrested for having stabbed Hall to death in his home. In addition to murder, the two are as well charged with burglary, receiving a stolen firearm, receiving property under $500, and tampering with physical evidence.
Pearson lived in the same complex as Hall, and may have befriended the latter—until he turned on him.
Near the end of 2014, Jessica Chambers, a 19 year-old white woman from Mississippi, was found alongside the road of the rural town in which she lived. She had been set on fire and left for dead. Quinton Ellis, a 27 year-old black man, has been arrested for the grisly murder. Authorities believe that the two may have been romantically involved.
The day before Chambers was killed, some local blacks on Facebook called for the “rape and burning” of white women and children, particularly the families of white police officers. Here is one gem of a post: “Somebody needs to rape all they kids in front of them then set them on fire there learn then white bitches need to be dead.”
Have you ever heard of Dorothy Dow? Ms. Dow was an 83 year-old white woman who resided in Georgia. A little more than a month-and-a-half ago, while she was resting at home, five black scumbags—three males, ages 38, 18, and 17, and two females, ages 17—attempted to rob Dow. When she “pleaded” with her assailants to accept that she really didn’t have any cash in the house, they proceeded to beat her—“brutally beat” her, according to the local sheriff.
Indeed: Dow’s attackers broke her fingers and arms.
And then they poured a flammable liquid on her and set her on fire.
The woman had the good sense to pour water that she had set aside for her oxygen machine over her head to extinguish the flames. She lived long enough to identify her tormentors before dying.
Four of her murderers, the teenagers, Dow employed to work in her blueberry fields. They thought that she kept cash in her home.
Brittanee Drexel was a pretty young 17 year-old white girl from Rochester, New York who, against her parents’ orders, fled to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina with some friends during the spring break of 2009.
She hasn’t been seen since and has long been believed to be dead.
However, this past June, police got a crack in the case when a jailhouse informant, Taquan Brown, fingered one Timothy Da’Shaun Taylor in the kidnapping of Brittannee. Another prisoner, at another penal institution, did the same.
According to these convicts, Drexel was walking alone back to her hotel in McClellanville when Taylor picked her up. He brought her back to a “stash house”—a place used to stash drugs and/or guns—where he “tricked her out” to his partners in crime. Over a period of days, according to Brown, Drexel was “sexually abused.”
When Brown was outside the den engaged in a transaction with Taylor’s father—yes, the thug’s father was present—Drexel allegedly made a run for it. Yet Taylor Jr. caught her, “pistol whipped” her, and dragged her back out of sight into the stash house. Moments later, Brown reports having heard gun shots.
He assumes that Taylor shot Drexel dead.
Drexel’s body was then bagged and thrown into an alligator-infested pond (of which about 40 exist in this part of the state, say police).
Authorities have not yet found Drexel’s remains.
The Taylors, father and son, both have lengthy criminal records. Of course, they deny their involvement in this case. Whether time will prove them truthful is yet to be seen.
Unfortunately, from what we know of the frequency and savagery of black-on-white crime and violence, this story is all too credible.