Thursday, June 22, 2017

Democrat Candidate for District Attorney in Philadelphia Openly Anti-Police, Pro-Black Lives Matter (Supporters Chanted "F--k the Police" at his Victory Party)

Accelerationism. 

There are no brakes to what's coming. 

We can't stop it, nor should we. 

But we can survive it.

In so doing, we win. 

Case in point, majority-minority Philadelphia (43 percent black, 38 percent white), where the Democrat Party has just nominated as virulently anti-cop, pro-Black Lives Matter candidate for district attorney. 

A man who, as the New York Times reported, has labeled law enforcement "systemically racist." [FOP prez calls vulgar chanters at Krasner victory party 'parasites of the city', Philly.com, May 17, 2017]:
The head of the city's police union said the supporters of Larry Krasner for district attorney who chanted a profane slogan about the Fraternal Order of Police and also chanted "No good cops in a racist system" at Krasner's Democratic primary victory party Tuesday are "the parasites of the city." 
"That's what the campaign surrounded itself with," said John McNesby, president of FOP Lodge 5. "That's what we'll have to deal with until the campaign is over." 
Officer Eddie Lopez Sr., president of the city's Spanish American Law Enforcement Association, called the chants "disgusting." 
"It's disheartening and it's disgusting because whether anybody wants to believe it or not, they're going to take this win as 'Now we have somebody on our side, not the police's side,' " Lopez said. 
In an emailed statement Wednesday, Val DiGiorgio, chairman of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania, said Democrats who selected Krasner "have added to a dangerous anti-police atmosphere in our country." 
"The chants at Larry Krasner's victory party attacking our brave police officers are disgusting and despicable, and frankly scary," DiGiorgio wrote. 
"Their profanity ridden chants show the current state of Philadelphia's Democrat Party — a party that lacks a more compass and has zero respect for law enforcement." 
Krasner, 56, is a defense attorney who has represented many civil rights cases and has sued police and the government more than 75 times, defending everyone from Occupy Philly protesters to Black Lives Matter activists.
Ben Waxman, a spokesman for Krasner's campaign, said in an emailed statement that Krasner has the "highest regard for the vast majority" of Philadelphia police officers.
"He will have their back," Waxman wrote. "But he has also been clear that he has zero tolerance for public misconduct, brutality, or corruption. It's ludicrous to suggest that those things can't coexist."
The FOP had endorsed Rich Negrin, the city's former managing director, for district attorney, as had the Spanish American Law Enforcement Association and the Guardian Civic League, which represents the city's black police officers.
It's well documented almost all violent crime in Philadelphia has a black suspect/offender, which means Krasner's anti-police/criminal justice reform stance can be better interpreted as pro-black criminal.

Why not just make it illegal for the Philadelphia Police Department to arrest blacks?

Wouldn't this be a winning campaign promise?  

There are no brakes to what's coming. 

We can't stop it and we can't reform it. 

But we can survive it.

Accelerationism. 

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

White City Government Employee in 70% Black Baltimore - who oversees "various anti-violence programs" - Assaulted by Four Black Youth in Broad Daylight

Another white member of the Baltimore city government was attacked by a pack of black youth in the 70 percent black city. 

Greg Sileo, who actually is paid by taxpayers to oversee various "anti-violence programs at the Health Department" was attacked in broad daylight at 1 p.m. on a weekday by four black youth and brutally assaulted. [Police make 2 more arrests in assault, robbery of city employee: All 4 16-year-old suspects to be charged as adults, police say, WBALTV, June 21, 2017]:
Employed by the city government of 70 percent black Baltimore to oversee "various anti-violence programs," Greg Sileo was assaulted by four black youth at 1 p.m. on a busy street...

Two more suspects were arrested in connection with an unprovoked attack on a 33-year-old Baltimore City Health Department employee downtown. 
Surveillance video captured the assault and robbery of the victim around 1 p.m. on June 9 at Baltimore and Commerce streets, police said. Police said tips from the community started rolling in as soon as the first surveillance video was released. 
"One piece of it started the entire ball rolling, and we were able to close that," Chief Stanley Branford said. 
Devonte Parker, 16, turned himself, while Quanel Randle, 16, was arrested Monday, police said. 
Two more 16-year-old suspects -- Dewayne Lashley and Steven Chalk -- were arrested Wednesday morning, police said. Their booking photos have not yet been released by police.
This white guy was attacked at 1 p.m. on a weekday in downtown Baltimore (a 70 percent black city) and he is employed to oversee various "anti-violence programs at the Health Department."

Hilarious. [Health Department official who oversees anti-violence initiatives assaulted, Baltimore Sun, June 11, 2017]:
An assistant city health commissioner who oversees anti-violence initiatives was assaulted Friday in downtown Baltimore on his way back to work after having a sandwich for lunch. 
Greg Sileo, who is recovering from multiple facial fractures, swelling and bruising, said he does not remember the attack, but according to police, he was assaulted at 1 p.m. by a group of juveniles at Baltimore and Commerce streets. The teens took his two cellphones and his wallet, Sileo said. 
"I think we need to look into what is causing people to engage in this kind of behavior," Sileo, 33, said Saturday after being discharged from the Maryland Shock Trauma Center. "A couple of young guys stealing my cellphones and ending up in jail doesn't seem to be worth it."  
Sileo, who ran for a South Baltimore City Council seat last year, oversees various anti-violence programs at the Health Department, including the Office of Youth Violence Prevention and Safe Streets. He also is president of the Locust Point Civic Association. 
Remember what happened to Rikki Spector, an 80-year-old a white female member of the Baltimore City Council who found herself carjacked and viciously assaulted by two black "teens" (13 and 15 years old) inside her secure parking garage?

It was roughly 10 a.m. in the morning when this attack happened. 

The 80-year-old white woman was pulled out of her car, slammed to the ground and punched in the face by these black males. Hilariously, The Baltimore Sun reports "Police said a security gate prevented the teens from exiting the garage. Two garage employees stopped one of the teens until police arrived, police said. The other teen ran from the scene."

Both of the black "teens" are in custody, but what happens next in the story makes this one of those you'll never, ever forget. [Spector encouraged after meeting with carjacking suspect's family: Former Baltimore councilwoman advocates for change in juvenile-justice system, WBALTV.com, 12-13-16]:

Former Baltimore City Councilwoman Rikki Spector, the victim of an attempted carjacking earlier this month, attended a hearing Tuesday for one of her accused attackers. 
Still upset over what happened Dec. 2, Spector is keeping close tabs on the teenagers charged with attacking her, and on the juvenile-justice system."I want to know how this can be righted," Spector said. 
Determined to make a difference, Spector went to juvenile court Tuesday for a detention review for one of the teenagers charged in the assault and attempted carjacking that left her battered and bruised. The former city councilwoman is now advocating for change in the juvenile-justice system. 
"The system isn't working for the kids, not working for us. You can look at me and see that," Spector said. 
Boys ages 13 and 15 are accused of attacking Spector inside a gated, guarded and patrolled garage near her home. She struggled with the teens as they tried to steal her car. 
The dwindling white population of Baltimore - less than 25 percent white in 2017 when in 1917, the city was nearly 90 percent white - is completely hostage to the black majority.

This is a microcosm for white America's future as a minority in the land their ancestors built.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

The Next "Civil Right" for Blacks: Free Public Utilities?

One hundred years ago, Baltimore was nearly 90 percent white. White people were in complete political control of the city, and they passed zoning laws to protect their posterity from black dysfunction and black crime, which was noticeable via pattern recognition. 

Laws and social policy should exist because of pattern recognition (to protect not only the present status quo but guard against preventable evils for future generations as well); totalitarian thought control and political control exist today to stifle the observation of pattern recognition.

One hundred years ago, nearly 90 percent white Baltimore saw the construction of the city's water infrastructure, which is still in use today. 
In  70 percent black Baltimore, best estimates show at least 16 percent of city's residents get free water...


Of course, the city is 70 percent black today, and losing citizens (it's white population is below 25 percent and dropping) on a daily basis. 

With this new black majority, comes hilarious challenges only possible when a white majority is absent, namely the ability to provide sustain a first world quality of life. 

You see, the new black majority (just like in Flint, Michigan) believes potable water is not just a right, but one that should be free. [Baltimore water discount program short of meeting need of tens of thousands of families, Baltimore Sun, June 17, 2017]:
 As Baltimore continues to raise its water rates for city customers, the public works department has set a goal of doubling enrollment in discount programs to help the poor and the elderly. 
But even if the city hit that target — and records show it is not close — it would be missing tens of thousands who could qualify for reduced monthly bills. 
Nationwide, water rate increases are outpacing inflation, pushing bills to levels in the next five years that researchers say could become unaffordable for one in three U.S. households. In Baltimore, rates are scheduled to rise this summer and again next summer, doubling the cost of water in just eight years. 
Baltimore officials say they're eager for needy customers to sign up for the discount programs. Critics say they're not doing enough to make that happen. 
Adding urgency: Customers who fail to pay their water bills may eventually lose their homes to tax sale. 
"It's definitely clear that a lot of people have no idea that discounts are available," said City Councilman Kristerfer Burnett, who represents West Baltimore. "In my position, we take a lot of those calls for help. I am very well aware of the impact that the rates have had on people. 
"When you talk about the prospect of a tax sale, it is deeply troubling." 
Officials say they are in a bind: Rate increases are necessary to fix the city's century-old water infrastructure and pay for more than $2 billion in federally required repairs to stop sewage from entering the city's waterways. But the increases have made it more difficult for Baltimore's sizable low-income population to make the payments. 
The city offers three discount programs to help the poor pay their water bills. 
Officials have set a goal of enrolling 10 percent of customers — roughly 20,000 water accounts. 
But at most, public works figures show, 8,800 water accounts are enrolled. 
Far more would likely qualify. Many more Baltimore households are enrolled in state utility discount programs, which have similar eligibility criteria. 
Some 21,000 city households are in Maryland's electricity and heating financial aid programs. A spokeswoman for the state Department of Human Resources said internal figures indicate as many as 60,000 households could be eligible. 
Public works spokesman Jeffrey Raymond said the agency wants everyone who is eligible for discount water programs to enroll, but he put the onus on customers to sign up. Customers who have trouble paying their bills should contact the department. 
"By all means: Let us know," Raymond said. "We want to make sure we're hearing from people who need assistance." 
He said the city's new meters and billing systems have empowered water customers by giving them information about their usage, including signs to spot potential leaks. The information can help customers figure out how to change their habits and identify plumbing problems to reduce their bills. 
The public works department engages in a variety of efforts to market the financial aid programs and get people the discounts, Raymond said. Officials distribute fliers to senior centers and nonprofits, keep applications on hand in the office at 200 Holliday Street and train customer service representatives to screen people for the programs. 
The city's discount plans target families that make less than 175 percent of the poverty rate and poor senior citizens. Raymond said the programs cost the city roughly $1 million in revenue each year. 
Raymond said the agency is considering assembling lists of potentially eligible customers by looking at who is signed up for other anti-poverty programs. 
About 4,100 accounts are enrolled in the Hardship Exemption Program, which excuses low-income water customers from paying a monthly fee for environmental cleanup, which is a maximum of $15 a month.
Civilizations do not happen overnight, nor can a civilization created by another race be maintained/sustained by an alien race once they've driven the former out by high rates of crime/dysfunction/misery from the latter...

 Baltimore has 622,793 people living in the city, and 20,000 households enrolled in discounted water bill program represents only three percent of the city, but how many people live in each of these households and enjoy virtually free potable on the (shrinking) tax payers dime?

Say on average five people reside in each of the 20,000 eligible households receiving discounted water bills, then you are talking about 16 percent of the city's residents basically receiving free potable water.

Adds up quick.

All in all, the quality of life and conditions found in 70 percent black Baltimore in 2017 are a reminder why white people in 1917 Baltimore (nearly 90 percent white) passed laws and social policy to exclusively protect their interests and their posterities future.

And the civil rights revolution not only did away with those sane policies protecting western civilization, but ushered in a world where black people have a right to free potable water...





Monday, June 19, 2017

A Black Gang Responsible for the Death of Pregnant White Mother Kera Teel...

Previously on SBPDL: Her Name is Kera [and Kyndal] Teel: Pregnant White Woman Gunned Down by Three Black Males, Daughter Passes Away After Being Born


A pregnant white mother, returning home from a visit to the doctor to see the progress and health of the daughter she carried. 
Jared Bias (AKA BullDawg), a member of Y.O.G. gang, is the suspect behind the murder of Kera Teel and the daughter she was carrying... 


Her mother was accompanying her on this trip. 

Her child, Kera Teel, already had one young white daughter at home. This grandchild and daughter was excited to soon become an older sister. 

But a member of a black gang ended Teel's and the daughter she carried lives. It should be noted friends of this black gang member claim he "is innocent" because he has four children... [Who is the gang connected to Beaumont murder of mother, newborn?, 12NewsNow.com, June 16, 2017]:


Capital murder suspect for the Kera Teel case has been identified as Jared Bias (AKA BullDawg), they say he was a member of the "Y.O.G." gang,  short for "Young Original Gorillas".
 Just less than a mile away from Clark Elementary school, you'll find graffiti on the wall that says "YOG" and "RIP BIG MARV," off of Magnolia Ave.  Investigators say this group has roots here in North Beaumont, especially in local high schools. 
 "No use for gangs," says Jason
Kera and her daughter (who is still alive)... 
Banks, who has been living in Beaumont's North end for over 10 years. 
 "We're all trying to make it in this world, there is no use for violence or anything," He says. For Banks, It's a reminder of friendships to avoid. "I just stay to myself and pray up," Bank says. "I don't involve myself around certain people," he says. Police say, Jared Bias, who was recently arrested for the capital murder of 19-year-old Kera Teel and her newborn daughter, is a member of the YOG gang. 
 "She was so young and pregnant, it makes me really bad," Banks says. "It's not safe to go out our own house," he says. 
"Keep out of trouble or it'll get you hurt or in jail," Banks says. The gangs' activity plays a prominent role on the local rap scene.  It's affiliations and marks, representing various local music groups on YouTube. Some refer to the gang as a family, but are now leaving behind footprints of criminal activity. "That's not right, stay in school, go to church or something," says Banks. "Gangs are not the answer," he explains. 12News reached out to several members of the organization who tell us they do not have an interest in speaking.
What is there left to say about this story and the actors involved in Kera's (and the daughter she carried) murder?

Just terrifying there's virtually no coverage of this story outside of Beaumont, Texas...

We're being exterminated.