Friday, January 20, 2017

"...we give it back to you – the people."

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True story: in 2012's The Dark Knight Rises, Trump Tower in New York City was used as the headquarters of Wayne Enterprises

Now President Donald Trump even attended the New York City premiere of the movie


Why bring this up? [Donald Trump's Inauguration Address Compared To Bane Speech From 'Dark Knight Rises', Access Hollywood, 1-20-17]:

Part of Donald Trump's inaugural address sounded awfully familiar to some Batman fans. 
A real photo of Donald J. Trump at the 2012 New York City premiere of The Dark Knight Rises. In the background is an image of the man he quoted in his inaugural address... 

Following the new President's swearing in on Friday, social media users noted that one line from his speech seemed to echo supervillain Bane from "The Dark Knight Rises." 
Speaking on the front steps of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., Trump told his audience that "we are transferring the power from Washington, D.C., and giving it back to you, the people." 
In Christopher Nolan's 2012 film, Tom Hardy's masked character shares a similar sentiment while pledging to shift control in Gotham City. 
"We take Gotham from the corrupt, the rich, the oppressors of generations who have kept you down with myths of opportunity, and we give it back to you – the people," Bane says. "Gotham is yours."
Bane was, of course, the actual hero of The Dark Knight Rises (as a member of the League of Shadows, he worked as a check against the corruption of society that Batman lacked the courage to actually confront).

There can be absolutely no doubt Trump, or his speechwriter, knew exactly what they were doing when they added this line into his address.

Absolutely, positively no doubt.

Buckle up. It's going to be a hell of a first 100 days.


Wednesday, January 18, 2017

What Does the Impending Trump Administration Mean to You?

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So what do you hope Donald J. Trump brings to America in two days? 

What are your hopes? 

What are your fears? 

If you go back to June of 2015, no site was more pro-Donald J. Trump (once he announced his candidacy for president) than SBPDL. Interestingly though, SBPDL coined the concept of the United States of America already being "irredeemable" in late 2014. 

My take is simple: Donald J. Trump, as President of the United States, gives the rising right-wing in Europe cover to stop Islam and secular liberalism/equality (true religion of white liberals) in its path. 

For that, Mr. Trump could be one of the most important white people in recorded history. 

The pendulum of morality violently shifts in the opposite direction; this, and this alone, is the ultimate lesson of history. 

Am I wrong? 


Tuesday, January 17, 2017

#TruthAboutSelma Now Available in Paperback!

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"The racial violence of the past is largely gone, replaced by a flood of drug-related, black-on-black crime that dwarfs the violence of Jim Crow." -- New York Times, 8-2-1994  
Every year, elected officials at the federal and state level along with celebrities, make the pilgrimage to now 80% black Selma, Alabama to recreate the famed march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge. 
Paying homage to the Civil Rights struggle, this march is highly publicized and promoted by the mainstream media, Hollywood and public schools to produce maximum volumes of white guilt across America, reminding them they must forever atone for their ancestors inequities. 
But once the cameras leave and the marching ends, what remains behind in the city of Selma, completely dominated by black elected/appointed officials is a reminder of the collective fears the architects of Jim Crow and restrictive covenants long held for their posterity. 
"The Truth About Selma" provides the reality of what the Civil Rights struggle actually brought to the city.
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Monday, January 16, 2017

Thanks John Lewis: Black Gangs in 80% Black Selma Fired Upon White Paramedics as Part of 'Gang Initiation'

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With John Lewis and Martin Luther King experiencing the kind of praise and admiration usually reserved for deities and potentates for their march back in 1965 across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, it's always instructive to take a look at the world individual black people have created in 80 percent black Selma, Alabama today. 

Because time didn't stop in 1965 in Selma, Alabama. 

Oh no. 

Time kept slipping, slipping, slipping, into the future... [Ambulance crew shot at while responding to call in Selma, WBRC.com, 12-5-16]:
Rapid gunshots greeted a driver and paramedic from Care Ambulance after they responded to a call Friday night in Selma, according to Care Ambulance area manager Jamie Lee. 
The driver and paramedic responded to what they now believe was a suspicious 911 call in the 1900 block of St. Phillips Street. 
The Care crew arrived with the intent of checking out a patient's blood pressure. 
Once on the scene, someone fired multiple shots at them. 
Once the crew realized what was going on, they ran back into the truck and slammed it in reverse. The patient reportedly jumped and ran. 
No one was hit, there were no bullet holes in the ambulance and so far, no arrest has been made in the case. 
Lee says her two team members are still rattled by it all three days later. 
"He said he heard roughly seven or eight shots. They're upset. I mean who wouldn't be if you thought you were getting shot at while helping people," Lee said. 
District Attorney Michael Jackson said be believes the incident was a gang initiation ritual. He said the so-called "patient" may have known all along what was about to happen. This is the same area where law enforcement conducted a massive drug raid 11 years ago. 
Jackson says the investigation by Selma police is well underway after getting the name of the "patient."

The consequences of John Lewis and Martin Luther King Jr.'s march in Selma back in 1965 produced the world where black gangs now have initiation rituals in the current year to kill paramedics and first responders.

There's nothing to celebrate in either of these guys lives, for their every breath helped birth a world of horror far beyond what the architects of Jim Crow feared could come to fruition.

We are forced to applaud their actions though by every discernible metric, Selma is a far, far worse for black people to live in 2017 (under black rule for decades) than it was in 1965...