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[摘录自最新的Radio Derb,现已上市 通过VDARE.com]

另见: 约翰·德比郡:“民权”? 继布雷娜·泰勒之后,芝麻街的林金斯——我向他们吐口水

我们喜欢认为我们从一个不那么公平、不那么公正的社会进步到一个 更多 公平和 更多 只是。 的确,我们最响亮、最强大的政治派别用形容词“自吹自擂”进步设立的区域办事处外,我们在美国也开设了办事处,以便我们为当地客户提供更多的支持。“

但根据上周新闻的证据,我们不是 进取但 re渐进,对某事 更粗糙、更愚蠢、更原始。 这句话 “香蕉共和国” 本周播出效果很好。 是的,这就是我们要去的地方。 事实上,根据本周的证据,我们已经差不多了。

本周最大的愤怒——甚至超过 梅里克·加兰突袭海湖庄园,因为特朗普可以为自己辩护——当然是周一在佐治亚州联邦法院对不伦瑞克三人组的判决:格雷戈里·麦克迈克尔和他的儿子特拉维斯,以及他们的邻居威廉·布莱恩。 两个麦克迈克尔被判处无期徒刑; 现年 52 岁的布莱恩被赋予 35 年。

他们犯了哪些联邦罪行? 据称,全是白人的布伦瑞克三人干涉了黑人艾哈迈德·阿伯里的公民权利。 于是法院判决。 他们还被判定企图绑架 Arbery; 在两个麦克迈克尔的情况下,在暴力犯罪期间携带枪支。

这些曾经是 联邦 收费,请注意。 不伦瑞克三号试穿 去年收费。 当时,这三个人都被判处无期徒刑。

所以现在他们有效地拥有 无期徒刑:一个州,一个联邦。

这是一个可怕的误判: 如果您分别计算州和联邦审判,则流产。 这是三个诚实、勤奋的公民,没有一个 谁有任何犯罪记录。 事实上,麦克迈克尔夫妇都曾在执法部门任职。 他们对抗阿伯里的意图很明确:保护他们的社区免受可能的小偷的侵害,无论他们是否知道, 做了 有犯罪记录。

当 Arbery 试图挣脱他的枪时,Travis McMichael 以简单的自卫射击了 Arbery。 Gregory McMichael 没有开枪打死任何人——他是想报警。 罗迪布莱恩甚至没有武装。

现在他们的生活被残忍地摧毁了,还有麦克迈克尔夫人(患有癌症)、她的女儿、特拉维斯五岁的儿子、罗迪布莱恩的未婚妻和他们的两个孩子的生命。

一些熟悉佐治亚州法规的听众给我发电子邮件说一切进展顺利; 不伦瑞克三 佐治亚州法律下的凶手。

我只能说 是比德尔说的 “雾都孤儿”如果法律这么认为,那么法律就是一头驴——一个白痴。=

事实上,乔治亚州的法律确实假设那是 不能 最初调查此案的 DA 的意见。 他经过慎重论证的结论是“目前没有足够的可能理由发出逮捕令”。 [参考:格林县,Ahmaud Arbery 被枪杀,23 年 2020 月 XNUMX 日]

但看在上帝的份上: 无期徒刑? 我们不对待 顽固的罪犯 这样,这些是 不能 顽固的罪犯。

为了给灾难性伤害雪上加霜,民权组织的所有爬虫类寄生虫都参加了州和联邦审判,他们的眼睛都闪烁着美元符号:杰西·杰克逊、阿尔·夏普顿、本杰明·克伦普……

然后,为了进一步侮辱,本周法院驳回了三名被告要求他们在联邦监狱服刑的请求。

为什么不伦瑞克三人会提出这个要求? 因为在佐治亚州监狱系统中,引用周一的 “纽约时报”:“安全问题如此严峻,以至于成为美国司法部民权司调查的对象。” 在 2020 年和 2021 年,佐治亚州监狱发生了 53 起凶杀案。 [Arbery 案中的两人再次被判无期徒刑; 第三人35岁, 作者:Richard Fausset,纽约时报,8 年 2022 月 XNUMX 日]

因此,考虑到不仅乔治亚州的大部分囚犯必须是黑人,而且很多 惩教人员, 你可以看到为什么不伦瑞克三人更喜欢联邦笔。

然而,本 联邦法官 本周主持, 丽莎·戈德贝伍德乔治·W·布什任命的人拒绝了他们的请求,并说,根据 时代的 福塞特说她“既没有权力也没有意愿”加入

再一次:周一作出的判决是在联邦法院的联邦指控下作出的。 换句话说,这些指控更多的是 腐烂、有毒的果实 练习 1964年《民权法》。

但即使在 1964 年的背景下,这些句子实际上也没有意义。 在《民权法案》通过时,在旧南方各州杀害黑人的白人被当地白人陪审团不公正地宣判无罪,这一点并不陌生。 我认为这并不常见,当然也不正常,但它确实发生了——例如在 Emmett Till 案中[埃米特·蒂尔谋杀案, 美国国会图书馆].

民权立法确立的补救措施是,在这种情况下,可以根据联邦指控再次审判被告。

It made sense as a remedy sixty years ago, notwithstanding its plain offense to the centuries-old common law prohibition双重危险, and provided it was used very judiciously, where the local acquittal had followed on from some flagrant violation of rights.

But federal Civil Rights prosecutions make 没有 sense in the case of the Brunswick Three. They hadn’t been found not guilty by a local jury of grinning whites for crimes they were obviously guilty of. They had been found 有罪 by a local jury—nine white women, two white men and one black man—and given life sentences.

There was no need for a federal prosecution to rectify an injustice. The federal case was just an act of prosecutorial spite—antiwhite spite.

That in fact is what these Civil Rights prosecutions always are nowadays.

Nineteen sixty-four is most of a lifetime ago. Federal Civil Rights prosecutions today remedy no wrongs. The phrase “Civil Rights” in 2022 is just a euphemism for “black privilege” and naked, shameless double jeopardy.

The really astonishing thing here—and to me, and surely to anyone else with a sense of fairness, the most 沉闷 thing— is the near-total lack of support the Brunswick Three have received in the media.

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I don’t expect anything from the regime outlets of course. Even 纽约邮报, the nearest thing we have to a counter-regime newspaper, tells us about the death of Arbery only that “the younger McMichael fired a shotgun into the jogger at close range.” [Gunman Travis McMichael gets another life sentence for hate crime in Ahmaud Arbery murder Evan Simko-Bednarski, August 8, 2022]

那就离开 岗位 readers with the impression that Travis McMichael squared off, took aim, and deliberately fired at Arbery. In fact Travis was in a struggle for his life, with Arbery’s hands on his weapon.

I’ll admit I don’t watch a whole lot of Fox News, but the bits I did watch this week had nothing to say about the Brunswick Three. Tucker Carlson does, though, have a new show about flying saucers at Fox Nation.

Major media aside, even out here on the Dissident Right nobody’s had much to say. Is everyone so spooked by the Civil Rights racketeers?

It was the same with the state trial and sentencing. I posted on the Brunswick Three 早在十月份Jared Taylor covered the case much more professionally with two fine spirited posts in 十一月一月. Jared also alerted us 在四月 to a website to help Mrs. McMichael.

Those posts aside, and my savage indignation at the state sentences in January, I’ve seen surprisingly little on what seems to me a major outrage.

I urge listeners, and readers of the transcript of this podcast, to look up those posts—just do a site search at VDARE.com with search argument “阿伯里,” or follow the links in the Radio Derb transcript when it’s posted on the 17th.

Like Aztec sacrifices to the Gods, the Brunswick Three have had their hearts ripped out and their bodies rolled off down the temple steps.

But they should not be forgotten.

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  1. USA1943 说:

    If you can convince the Governor of that state (Brian Kemp) This was not a fair case, Kemp can Pardon their State Charges, They need the President to pardon the Federal charges and it is extremely unlikely that Biden would Pardon them, but if a Republican gets in He/She would likely Pardon them if he personally if that Person felt it was unfair, I know DeSantis would if he felt they were railroaded. So they have a great shot at having State Charges dismissed by Kemp (If Kemp felt the conviction was unfair) Federal charges being dropped depends if a Republican wins in 2024, DeSantis pretty much guarantees a pardon, he may even campaign on it.

  2. @USA1943

    Kemp is a clueless exurban goober who lives in a bubble.

    • 回复: @JamesinNM
  3. This case demonstrates clearly the utter rot in the justice system. Mob rule of the first order. Dudes threw their lives away trying to keep a robber out of their neighborhood. It’s a good example of how far things have gone, but doubtful that the jailed individuals set out to be martyrs in demonstrating mob justice.

    People already know to avoid the “justice” system at all costs. The best thing one can hope for is that it leaves you alone. A verdict meted out by the Taliban in Afghanistan would have a much greater chance of being just.

  4. mark green 说:

    黑人在政治上是统一的、好战的、凶残的、暴力的、可怕的。

    犹太人在政治上是统一的、有组织的、超级富有的、精明的和好战的。

    白人杂乱无章、充满罪恶感、种族分裂、意识形态分裂和害怕。

    难怪这三个好人会被这样丢给狼群?

    这一判决相当于为防止美国城市被抢劫和焚烧而进行的毫不掩饰的人类牺牲(如果做出了“错误的”判决和判决。)

    这种现象是反白主义。

    反白主义背后是谁/什么?

    谜团已揭开:


    视频链接

    • 同意: Gordo, Bernie
    • 谢谢: Richard B
  5. I agree that this matter is tragic. And it is tragic all way round.

    “Both the McMichaels had in fact served in law enforcement. Their intentions in confronting Arbery were plain: to defend their neighborhood against a likely thief who, whether or not they knew it, did have a criminal record.”

    Then I am unclear why they did not know netter than to chase down someone who was unarmed and according to their own view had only been wandering around – trespassing – on property they did not own. Then the story they gave police is contradicted by evidence. There is no record of string of robberies on property. There was on reported theft of weapon from a vehicle. Apparently, multiple people had been trespassing on the property without incident or interference.

    Most troubling is the claim of a string of burglaries and just how intense this chase.

    -

    The prosecutors’ conflict of interest is another matter.

    -

    And telling for anyone, if there had been no evidence of the pursuit and the shooting, we would only have the word of the three pursuers.

    • 回复: @Fhjfxcvj
    , @YesYesCircle
    , @Anon
  6. bert33 说:

    Observation and conversation and note-taking skills will become more important in the future along with reasoning and critical thinking skills. Had George Zimmerman been capable and competent with the above then his name would not be steeped in controversy.

    pretty much the whole country is still unhappy with the outcome of the George Floyd saga such that the courts are now heavily biased in favor of minorities especially blacks. Chauvin went to prison but the underlying issue of lack of good training and managerial direction and support for officers in the field still has yet to be addressed. less bullets, more reason, thats the order of the day.

    • 回复: @anarchyst
    , @anonymous
    , @Anon
  7. @USA1943

    Those guys are screwed. Even Desantis won’t go there, similar to how Floyd’s “saint hood” was never questioned by anyone in the mainstream parties.

    • 回复: @Jack P
    , @Anon
  8. meamjojo 说:

    “What federal crimes did they commit? The Brunswick Three, who are all white, allegedly interfered with the civil rights of a black man, Ahmaud Arbery.”

    They did not “allegedly” do anything. They killed a man in cold blood. That is not alleged. It was real. They didn’t get what they deserved.

    In a just world, all three would have been sentenced to death. And all their worldly assets that were in their name at the time of the incident would have been stripped from them and their families and used to make reparations to the guys family after paying the lawyers and court/police costs.
    .

  9. Ray Caruso 说:
    @USA1943

    There is zero chance any mainstream politician will pardon them or grant them clemency. It seems like you haven’t quite processed the reality that the Judeo-Satanic rulers of the US have imposed black supremacy over the country as a way to humiliate White Americans and hasten the destruction of the country.

  10. I watched the video of the shooting, and also watched a new’s program that showed a graphic chronology of the movements of the four men prior to the shooting. See link below.

    I think the first DA made a huge mistake in not prosecuting the younger McMichael for involuntary manslaughter and the father for accessory.

    This mistake allowed the national media attention to go from a murmur to a scream. We see the result.

    The the two vehicles were trying to box in a man on the street. That in and of itself is aggressive.

    The father, at the end of the vehicular hunt, was standing in the bed of the truck with a pistol: that’s a threat.

    The son, at the end of the vehicular hunt, was standing outside the truck with a shotgun: that’s a threat.

    In response to the threat, and after the vehicular hunt, Arbery went towards the younger McMichael, but clearly this was in response to a perceived threat and followed a period when he was the target of vehicular aggression. This was, in hindsight, a stupid move. However we shouldn’t ignore the fact that he almost succeeded in wresting away the shotgun before he was killed.

    If you put yourself in Arbery’s position, being followed and trapped by two vehicles and in one of those vehicles were men with drawn weapons, his behavior can be seen as a response to a perceived deadly threat.

    On the other hand the younger McMichael pulling the trigger was clearly not premeditated and was in response to Arbery grabbing his gun. Hence, in my opinion, a charge of manslaughter and then let the jury sort it out. That didn’t happen of course. The ‘civil rights’ charges and sentences are indeed political and so are the other charges in fact. The charge should have been manslaughter.

    • 同意: Red Pill Angel, JR Ewing
    • 谢谢: Hibernian
  11. Charon 说:

    The Brunswick Three, who are all white, allegedly interfered with the civil rights of a black man

    They were convicted mainly for looking like Evil White Devils from Central Casting.

    That’s how trials are decided nowadays, and (Central Casting) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the (MSM). How many white women on the jury again? I’d have asked them how much TV they watch, but we all know the answer to that.

    The other thing juries like this consider is which lawyer is better looking, or which lawyer is female. Justice!

  12. no one 说:

    The fundamental transformation into W. South Africa.

  13. 今天在美国,如果你是白人并在防御中杀死了一个黑人流氓,那么你将被剥夺任何权利并被终身监禁。
    然后是美国前总统特朗普,他受到一个非法政权的猛烈攻击,他们害怕他胜过敬畏上帝,他和他的 70 多万支持者代表着一切男性和女性、善良和正确的一切毁灭的终结。

    好吧,Derb,我不会向他们吐口水,他们不值得吐在我嘴里。

    冬天来了……

  14. conatus 说:

    Will any White citizen volunteer to help the cops in the future? These three tried to be helpful and got involved with our Anti-YT Kulture.
    They defended themselves(was he supposed to let Aubrey take the loaded shotgun?) and now they have been sentenced to life for their mistaken beliefs in an orderly society.
    The message to the former majority… “Stay home, get bars for your doors and windows…Let Chaos reign”

    The nation’s motto used to be the fifties Disney chant “Let freedom ring!” now?….”Let chaos reign!”

    But this should provide material for the NYT and the Posties to write hand wringing articles about the newly minted non participating citizenry.
    ‘New material is good, it gets people past the firewall.’

  15. animalogic 说:

    My understanding is that at the time Georgian law allowed “citizens arrest”. (It was scratched out immediately after this naturally).
    对我来说,这在最坏的情况下是低级过失杀人。 它保证不超过大约 5 年,最长。
    Of course, I’m ignoring the racial/political environment…..

    • 回复: @Hans
    , @mocissepvis
  16. Sean 说:

    Bryan, who is 52 years old, was given 35 years.

    He supplied the dash cam that let them give him that. What was he thinking?

    • 回复: @GerryH
  17. Emma S. 说:

    Of Course, what do you expect in America, a country that practically worships Black people?

    • 同意: Ace, Kolya Krassotkin
  18. Emma S. 说:

    America is a country where black people must not be criticized and must be praised and worshiped instead.

    • 同意: ruralguy
  19. sally 说:

    ……………………………………………civil rights act 1954………………………………….
    racial terror— prosecutorial spite—–politics —antiwhite spite —racial terror

    I wonder how does the USA rate on the five-point fixed Political Terror Scale? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_terror_scale

    谢谢你的文章。

  20. Dumbo 说:

    Perhaps bringing in millions of African slaves was a bad idea? (*)

    Perhaps bringing in millions of Mexican and Arab 奴隶 immigrants is a bad idea?

    And people like Derb and Sailer still say that White people are more forward-thinking and better at long-term planning than the other races… OK…

    (*) With a little help of the friendly Jews, sure, but still.

  21. RoatanBill 说:

    There’s supposed to be equal protection under the law. The plain fact is that the law is different for different people.

    A law student with a word processor could correct this situation. Run every law through a word processor and replace every reference to an individual with the word ‘person’. Any reference to any particular characteristic a person might have like male, female, black, white, old, young, etc gets replaced with the word ‘person’. If after the change, the law no longer makes sense, then it is void for stupidity.

    Anyone that has any respect for the law and the criminal apparatus that enforces it is a moron.

    • 回复: @Realist
  22. ((Soros)) runs the judiciary, not the written law.

  23. These 3 men are nothing but political prisoners. We’ve had some before in America – the J6 being an example – and there will be many more.

    What did they do in all those Latin American countries when people were taken as political prisoners? Mothers of the Disappeared loitered about the prisons and government offices with signs, and people appealed to the “International Community” for help. Yeah, that’ll work … patriotic Americans must fine our own model to deal with this. The first part of any plan is to STICK TOGETHER.

    Americans have a hard time with that. Note VDare’s tweet above:

    The jurors know that failure to return a guilty verdict will result in them being fired from their jobs, their kids being beaten up at school, and Antifa and BLM showing up to torch their houses while the police, with Derek Chauvin’s fate in mind, watch.

    That’s indeed the case, because White people won’t STICK TOGETHER.

    • 同意: mocissepvis
    • 回复: @Realist
    , @anarchyst
  24. bomag 说:

    This was a sacrifice to the mob.

    Do such things work, long term? Usually makes things worse, but at least the victim cohort eventually gets the message that appeasement is a bad strategy.

  25. Hello? Stay away from niggers. Far away. The days of worrying about careers and housing values and which restaurant to patronize are long gone. The justice system is against you as a White. The education system is against you. Defend yourself against black attack? Sorry Whitey, you’re going to Federal prison. Have a thriving business?? Sorry, Whitey, you’ll need to have your nog quota filled before you can renew your business license. Oh my, look at that nice White school! Sorry, Whitey, you gotta teach these brainless and violent nogs, too, and you can’t discipline them!

    巴尔干化。 移至白人占多数的地区或州。 竞选学校董事会和市议会。 竞选州代表。 任何仍然住在亚特兰大的白人都是傻瓜。

  26. Rich 说:

    They convicted the guy with the camera. The guy with the camera. For filming the episode. With 9 Whites on the jury. Does anyone believe that with 9 blacks on a jury, a negro in a similar situation would be convicted? Georgia is shot, down the tubes. I’d take the extra day to drive around the state if I had business south of it.

    • 回复: @anarchyst
  27. Fray222 说:

    I don’t see why anyone would want to stick their necks out for these fools.
    Firstly these dudes literally are old school backwoods redneck racists who don’t want no n**gers coming round their parts. Its just not a good look for the modern conservative movement.
    Secondly it is murder. Derb might think that these laws are stupid, but these people would have been convicted in any court in any civilized nation on earth. They wouldn’t have found a more favorable jury or more favorable self-defence laws anywhere else on the planet. You just don’t get to threaten someone with a shotgun without a damn good reason, and these people didn’t have one. If someone dies as a result its murder according to Georgia law and everyone who took part is an accomplice.
    Thirdly, in all probability Aubery was actually, honest to goodness, going for a jog and there is no evidence otherwise.
    Fourthly the mandatory sentence for murder in Georgia is life in prison. Pretty dumb if you ask me but that’s the law.
    Its not a winning battle as i’m concerned, but knock yourself out.

    • 回复: @3g4me
    , @Peter Frost
    , @NotaLib
  28. Derbyshire: ” Federal Civil Rights prosecutions today remedy no wrongs. The phrase “Civil Rights” in 2022 is just a euphemism for “black privilege” and naked, shameless double jeopardy.”

    The Civil Rights Act [and all subsequent additions and similar federal laws] are entirely unconstitutional, and need to be abolished and replaced with: _nothing_.

    So what can be done? I ask.

    我说 :

    “我必须开始一场新的革命
    回到旧宪法
    必须站起来战斗
    对于整个权利法案
    是时候重新开始了……”

    And: “…..If Jefferson was alive here today
    他将被关押在关塔那摩湾终生”

    歌曲:《新革命》: https://soundcloud.com/onebornfree/new-revolution-demo

    问候, onebornfreeatyahoodotcom

    • 同意: Jimmy le Blanc
  29. “But for Heaven’s sake: Two life sentences apiece?”

    Mr Derbyshire, Gregory McMichael and his son Travis, and their neighbor William Bryan failed to follow the Derbyshire rules. If they had followed your rules they would be enjoying their freedom.

    When will the White man learn. After Ferguson, after Chauvin, after Travon etc.. Maybe the White man is too busy eating Doritos, drinking beer and watching sportzball to understand what is going on.
    This is not the White man’s country anymore. It is time for separation.

  30. Anonymous[288]• 免责声明 说:

    How do gun totting Jews in Israel keep Palestinians in check? Why don’t Americans keep Jews in check in a similar fashion? Two can play the same game!

  31. Passing By 说:
    @mark green

    The irony with the two teams is that the “too white” one is the only national team of winners England has, while all the “racially correct” ones are teams of losers.

  32. Not Really 说:
    @europeasant

    最后一句话说明了一切。

    America is no longer a free country, yet many can’t grasp that obvious fact.

    There is without question a full scale worldwide attack on white people and white countries, yet the white masses are still so brainwashed they are expecting the attackers to save them.

    Get out of the “system” while you can, and learn to feed yourself. Nobody else is going to do it….

  33. Ted Colt 说:

    Emmett Till wasn’t murdered. That’s what the acquittal established.

  34. Dr. X 说:

    Exactly. In a sane world, if the whites were guilty of anything, it would be manslaughter, fifteen years max (which is the max James Fields should have gotten).

    Of course, we don’t live in a sane world. The courts are a stage for political theater and holier-than-thou moral posturing. It should not be forgotten that it was not blacks who did this, but whites who put their fellow whites away on these monstrous charges:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Lisa_Godbey_Wood&oldid=1091972790

    Moral of the story: you cannot trust “The System,” you have no “rights,” and never let them take you alive.

  35. @europeasant

    When will the White man learn. After Ferguson, after Chauvin, after Travon etc.. Maybe the White man is too busy eating Doritos, drinking beer and watching sportzball to understand what is going on.

    The mental crisis most Whites would need to endure to accept the truth would shatter them. They would need to accept that almost everything they’ve been told all of their lives by their parents and teachers is a lie. It is very hard for people to break free from brainwashing,

    • 回复: @anonymous
  36. Nat X 说:

    Dese deplorable yts bout to git dey bums enlarged by my boi fleece johnson and the dindoo brigade!!!

  37. @mark green

    白人杂乱无章、充满罪恶感、种族分裂、意识形态分裂和害怕。

    更真实的话可能从来没有说过。

    • 同意: Lancelot_Link
    • 回复: @Republic
  38. Observator 说:

    你知道,当你用枪支与陌生人搭讪并试图为自己辩护时,你不能为自卫辩护。 你的黑人恐惧症似乎偷走了你的推理能力和人性。 这是一场无处不在的悲剧,除了那些通过散布仇恨和分裂而继续掌权的人之外,对任何人都没有好结果。

    • 不同意: Robert Dolan
    • 回复: @beavertales
    , @YesYesCircle
  39. 他们认为他们一直在做正确的事。 正确的做法是保护您的社区。 正确的做法是追捕罪犯。 如果一切都出错了,正确的做法是报警。

    所以,教训是:不要做正确的事。 不要逮捕你愚蠢的公民。 不要带着任何东西去警察局。

    取而代之的是:将尸体倾倒在沼泽中,销毁证据,然后发誓。 我不喜欢这些,但这是我们所在的地方。 我们处于黑帮状态,我们必须适应。 它没有什么新的或不寻常的。 共和国实际上运行得很好,但它是异常的,现在它已经消失了。

  40. Nat X 说:
    @USA1943

    These crackers gonna die in jail Nancy boy.

  41. Anonymous[119]• 免责声明 说:

    Meanwhile white boys from the U.S.— a good percentage from the South— are in Ukraine as volunteers fighting on behalf of GloboHomoShlomo against Christian Russia.

  42. Realist 说:
    @RoatanBill

    Anyone that has any respect for the law and the criminal apparatus that enforces it is a moron.

    This is true. But this is just one aspect of the Deep States’ effort to disorganize our society. There is a full-court press(pun intended)to facilitate the power elite’s total control. By the end of this year, the changes to this country will be almost ineradicable…then only extreme physical means will have a chance to resolve the situation.

    • 回复: @RoatanBill
  43. A white guy I know was shot by Hispanic gang bangers 15-20 years ago as a young man. He was all set to go in the Army and looking forward to it. Wasn’t killed, but he lost a kidney, had intestines/GI tract damaged somehow. Has a big scar down the front of his torso. Life changed for the worse, forever.

    Showing up for the trial with his family, and bunch a other Hispanic gang bangers were outside the courthouse, threatening him and his family, saying they knew where they lived, were going to kill them, etc. The white guy and his parents got scared and dropped the charges The beaner gangsters got away with their crime. This is how it is for white victims now.

    Did I mention that when Nancy Pelosi flew to Taiwan, her delightful tiddies arrived an hour before her?

    • 谢谢: AceDeuce
  44. Realist 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    …patriotic Americans must fine our own model to deal with this. The first part of any plan is to STICK TOGETHER.

    I agree with your premise, but first patriotic US citizens must GET TOGETHER, and then STICK TOGETHER.

  45. KenH 说:
    @USA1943

    Neither Trump nor DeSantis will even consider a pardon. Both are centrist cucks at heart and are so desperate to make blacks Republicans that they won’t even consider it for a minute. Trump’s DOJ and half Jew Bill Barr were already planning to file civil rights charges against these men.

    • 回复: @Avery
  46. Any confusion about the “intentions” that the prosecution, (which seemed gifted with clairvoyance) had about this entire scenario should have been answered with one fact. THE MEN VIDEO TAPED THE ENTIRE EVENT!! People with intentions of committing first degree murder don’t do shit like that. The man voluntarily turned over the video in the hopes that it would help clear up the matter, again murderers don’t do shit like that. Who knows what would’ve happened had the video evidence not been introduced, but I can tell you this for a fact, it’s better to just video and not confront these slimy shitskins, nothing good can come from it nowadays. Hell they tell retail stores to not defend against smash and grabs now, what does that say about where we’re at as a society? Just let the retarded miscreants take what they want, what could possibly go wrong?

    • 谢谢: anarchyst
    • 回复: @Katrinka
  47. Mike Tre 说:

    他们现在唯一的选择是绝食和被动不服从。 强制螺钉将它们拖到需要带走的任何地方。 不要吃东西,不要接受医疗护理。 反正他们已经死了。

    该死的,我们的国家已经变成了这个崇拜黑人的屎坑。

  48. Anonymous[119]• 免责声明 说:
    @WingsofADove

    That’s a good and reasonable summary. I agree.

  49. “Mostly Peaceful Protests in Honor of George Floyd”



    视频链接

    • 谢谢: Automatic Slim
    • 回复: @NotaLib
  50. Suicide by negro….those three men are totally innocent.

  51. “Travis McMichael shot Arbery in plain self-defense when Arbery was trying to wrestle away his gun.”

    Actually he didn’t shoot in self-defense, the gun went off because the gun he held was pulled on by Mr. Arberry and he activated the “bang switch” thereby killing himself.

    • 回复: @Commentator Mike
    , @Menare4
  52. Avery 说:
    @KenH

    {Neither Trump nor DeSantis will even consider a pardon.}

    POTUS can pardon for Federal crimes, e.g. Civil Rights “violation”.
    POTUS cannot pardon for State crimes: they got life for State crimes first, so it’s a moot point whether a future POTUS will pardon them or not.

    He or she never will: there is no benefit to the POTUS, since the 3 will still be in jail for life on State convictions, and there is 100% certainty of blowback from the POC community.

    There is a hypothetical possibility that both the State’s governor and POTUS can simultaneously issues pardons, but that will happen when Hell freezes over.

    • 回复: @KenH
  53. 3g4me 说:
    @Fray222

    @29 Fray: Anti-White nogger worshipper.

    • 同意: AceDeuce
  54. awry 说:

    Derb still refuses to NTJ. Understandable, but this is not a case of “black privilege”. It’s another case of the Nose signaling to whites that the Nose are the masters of the Universe.

  55. @Frank Walus

    I agree with your comment about the Taliban. I would prefer to be ruled by them than the (((anti-white scum))) now in control of the USA.

  56. Katrinka 说:
    @Robert Dolan

    Ahmaud Arbery 是一名职业罪犯。 最高等级的兜帽鼠。

    • 回复: @Anon
  57. RoatanBill 说:
    @Realist

    The upper level criminals in the Fed Gov mafia are now in the looting phase as they know it’s winding down. They’re going to get out at some point and at least attempt to disappear. The next level of crooks will then take over and attempt to re-inflate the economy so that their prospects for looting are better, but there’s not enough resources left to accomplish that. The tipping point has passed with the bulk of the world now leaning away from the US and the US so seriously dependent on imported goods of all kinds with local manufacturing capacity at all time lows.

    The mafia known as the USSR quietly took their loot and let the whole thing die. The US won’t be that lucky. There are too many weapons systems and too many costumed morons to not use them to try to hold on. The deep state will turn inwards as their power overseas diminishes. That’s why I think there will be street level fighting at some point and an in your face dictatorship could result. The only thing that can prevent this is if the dollar rapidly fails so the amoral cops and military types walk off the job and thereby remove the coercive power the gov’t mafia relies on.

    • 同意: Patrick in SC
    • 回复: @Realist
  58. @onetwothree

    Such tactics used to be practiced by all, we need to take this to its logical extension. The reason black neighborhoods are the way they are is because outsiders don’t make the rules for them, outsiders are shunned or acted out against.

  59. 任何有一点常识或推理的黑人或白人都会停下来解释他们为什么要穿过附近。

  60. Whites must remove themselves from any area run by (((anti-whites))) or their pet groids. I live in a redneck paradise in rural Oklahoma. Whites are rough characters and don’t back down from anyone. The groids know it and tend to behave themselves.

  61. Anonymous[386]• 免责声明 说:
    @spacewonderer

    That poor guy. Another white victim of “diversity.” Now I just read some little incel hispanic went on a rampage yesterday in small town Pennsylvania, mowing down whites at a fund-raiser with his car and beating a white woman to death with a hammer. 3 dead so far. And despite a few naysayers here like Dolan who are prolly in denial, I also think Nancy’s “tiddies” are superb for her age.

    • 回复: @AceDeuce
  62. @meamjojo

    “They killed a man in cold blood”, discredits anything you say before and after. Obviously you haven’t looked at the video recordings. You are lazy and dishonest and your self aggrandizement makes you a net detriment to the human race.

    Have you no sense of honor? Apparently not. I simply cannot empathize with as dishonest a rogue as you are. Truly, we live in different universes. As long as there are people like you around, civilized life is impossible.

    • 同意: WSG
    • 谢谢: Mark G.
    • 回复: @Lurker
  63. anarchyst 说:
    @bert33

    The initial prosecutorial decision regarding George Zimmerman was NOT to prosecute him, citing legal self-defense. It was only when the case became public and “poor little trayvon martin” was deemed to be am innocent “teen” is when a prosecutor charged Zimmerman. Thankfully, Zimmerman was acquitted. However, the Zimmerman case should never have gone to trial.
    The same should have been the case with the “Brunswick Three”. Once the initial prosecutor refused to indict, THAT should have been the end of the case. Prosecutor shopping” is no different than any other “double jeopardy” situation and must be outlawed.
    The case of Amhad Arbery and the three (white) Brunswick residents who are presently doing “hard time” for defending themselves is but another prime example of prosecutorial misconduct and double jeopardy, which MUST be addressed and outlawed.
    Arbery 是一名犯罪 POS,他在建筑工地上寻找工具和其他可以偷窃和出售的材料。 之前在同一地点的视频中也观察到了他。
    由于入室盗窃和犯罪活动增加,这三个人只是在保卫他们的社区。
    Arbery 拒绝接受质疑,这在他的权利范围内。
    Arbery 感到“不尊重”,被质疑和“双退”,用霰弹枪攻击该男子。 Arbery 通过拉动霰弹枪的枪管攻击该男子,使其开火。 任何熟悉枪支的人都知道,拉动霰弹枪的枪管会导致它开火。
    阿伯里本可以(也应该)朝任何其他方向逃跑,不会被追捕,而且今天仍然活着。 他选择用霰弹枪对抗那个人。 玩愚蠢的游戏,赢得愚蠢的奖品。
    原检察官拒绝起诉。 权力必须“购买”一名负责审理此案的检察官。 他们试了三遍才找到可以起诉的人。
    这是起诉的“双重危险”,必须在全国范围内解决和取缔。 现在的情况是,当具有法律管辖权的地方检察官拒绝起诉时,是什么阻止了一个管辖区的检察官起诉另一个管辖区的人? 如果允许这种情况发生,我们都会遇到麻烦。
    此外,法院对白人不利,只是因为他们是白人。
    Arbery 之前的广泛犯罪记录不允许被披露和作为证据。
    所谓的“民权偶像”,Antifa 和 BLM 类型的人在法庭上,如果不做出“正确判决”,就会威胁使用暴力。
    陪审团还被警告说,如果他们不定罪,将会发生暴力事件。
    The “judge” went along with the threats and refused to run a proper court proceeding. the mainstream media fanned the flames of racial hatred against whites, making Arbery out to be a mere “jogger”, (yeah, right). Who in their right mind jogs in work boots? The “mainstream media” stated that Arbery “was studying to be an electrician” and was merely observing construction sites…yeah, right. Arbery was looking for copper wire or anything else of value to steal, that being his stock in trade as an “electrician”.
    I pray that any appeals that the Brunswick three place will be successful.
    他们的起诉双重危险和袋鼠法庭的“审判”从一开始都是sh!tshow铁路工作。

    • 回复: @follyofwar
  64. TKK 说:

    Based on my CRIPA case, and what I know of the Georgia DOC- and I know a lot – the best hope for them is for a family member to bring them about 100 oxycodones or street heroin crushed in Sprite and let them go to sleep forever.

    The only way to commit suicide in prison is hanging or stabbing yourself with a homemade “sticker” and if you don’t succeed, they will come for you in the infirmary, where you would be better off with a witch doctor and a rusted spoon.

    What have I warned the white working class, over and over and over:

    You do not want to end up in a state prison in the South, or any state where there is a large population of blacks as inmates or guards.

    Truly, you cannot fathom the howling misery of these God forsaken pits.

  65. Avery 说:
    @WingsofADove

    {The charge should have been manslaughter.}

    Good post and good observations.
    大多同意。

    However, disagree that it was ‘manslaughter’.
    Clearly there was politics involved in piling up the State charges.
    But I viewed the presentations of the lead DA and she explained the what and why of the charges.

    The 3 idiots weren’t just ‘following’ him, but were 他。
    5 分钟。
    They went after him, cut him off, blocked him, ran him off the road……
    What for? for alleged burglary ? No threat to anyone’s life*: call 911 and let the cops deal with it.

    They scum were on a N___r Hunt.
    They got what they deserved.

    [嘎。 法官在判处 Ahmaud Arbery 凶手死刑前发表了强有力的声明]

    I really don’t understand why many in the White community are rallying behind these losers.
    It’s no different than the POC community rallying behind and bestowing sainthood on the drugged up low life thug George Floyd, who in his previous illustrious career had pulled a gun on a pregnant Black woman.
    ________________________________________________
    * the young idiot Travis McMichael left his infant son at home to go out and chase someone and put himself in danger. the kid will grow up without father. what a tragedy.

  66. anarchyst 说:
    @Rich

    Both the jury and the judge were threatened with violence if the “right” verdict was not rendered.
    This is both jury tampering and judicial misconduct which should be able to be used in the upcoming appeals by the Brunswick Three.

    • 同意: Rich
  67. KenH 说:

    I’ll admit I don’t watch a whole lot of Fox News, but the bits I did watch this week had nothing to say about the Brunswick Three. Tucker Carlson does, though, have a new show about flying saucers at Fox Nation.

    FOX daytime shows originally cheered the guilty verdicts in November of 2021. Tucker acts like this case doesn’t even exist. Tucker’s ignoring this story is just rank cowardice on his part. He knows that showing sympathy to three working class white men could imperil his career. Had Kyle Rittenhouse shot 2-3 blacks instead of 3 whites (Rittenhouse shot at but unfortunately missed the black terrorist) Tucker would not have covered the story to the degree in which he did.

    The Jews have turned so called civil rights into a racial caste system where whites have no civil rights. What worse is that a substantial number of whites are ok with being at the bottom of the racial heap so America can “heal” from its “racist and sinful” past.

    There doesn’t even appear to be one case where the DOJ’s civil rights division has charged blacks or other non-whites with violating the civil rights of white people. This is inexcusable considering the staggering number of black on white crimes every year. The civil rights division of the DOJ exists solely to attack and punish whites. It is now headed by radical black nationalist Kristen Clarke.

    If Arbery was shot by three black or Latino gangbangers nobody would know who Arbery is and there wouldn’t have been any nationwide coverage of this case because it doesn’t fit the anti-white racial narrative. It was the heavily slanted media coverage that led to social media outrage which led to idiot governor Brian Kemp giving this case to the GBI and a special prosecutor. The fix was in.

    This is why Jews should not only be banned from owing national media outlets but also working in the media.

    • 同意: europeasant
  68. @Jimmy le Blanc

    格林县的吉米离亚特兰大很远。 我不知道这三个人在那里呆了多久,但那是人们确实跑到的相当白人区域之一。 问题是“问题”紧随其后。 这三个人正在履行他们的公民义务,试图清理他们特定社区所面临的问题。

    他们已经按照您的建议采取了行动。 机构不允许这样做。 接下来是什么?

    • 同意: Gordo
  69. anarchyst 说:

    黑人功能失调,不能在正常的公民社会中“表现”,应该遣返非洲大陆。 只要离开文明的美国社会,我不在乎((他们))去哪里。
    黑色 DNA 是不同的; 暴力的非洲部落习俗是常态。
    争议是 “定居” 用暴力,而不是用逻辑和理性。 即时满足是规则,而不是例外。 逻辑和理性的 DNA 并不存在于黑人心灵中。 黑人在 “坚强的人” 一种政府形式,一个人的社会地位取决于与“首领”的接近程度。
    请记住,非洲黑人从未发明过任何东西。 从车轮,到挖掘他们脚下的丰富矿产,再到好奇 “那片海洋或河流之外是什么”,黑人不具备未来计划或探索的 DNA。
    我意识到几乎每个人都与 “好黑”. 然而,真正 “好黑人” 接受文明社会生活“规矩”的人少之又少。 当 SHTF 时,黑人部落的本能将接管,容易上当的白人将“付出代价”,可能会付出生命。
    不得不处理和呵护这个功能失调的比赛所导致的疲劳不仅令人疲倦,而且变得真正无法忍受。 白人谁 “走在蛋壳上” 避免可能由黑人采取暴力行为是对自己和白人社会的伤害。
    一方面,我厌倦了迎合这种(亚)人类的功能障碍子集……

    • 同意: RoatanBill, Realist, Katrinka
  70. @europeasant

    I’m pretty sure that these 3 men are more familiar with Mr. Derbyshire’s rules (The Talk) from experience than most reader of that National Review column. They were trying to protect their kin and neighbors from having to break these rules, by what, moving again?! How long can White people keep running? They will eventually run out of places.

  71. @onetwothree

    [谢谢] wasn’t enough. You nailed it completely there, 123.

  72. KenH 说:
    @Avery

    POTUS can pardon for Federal crimes, e.g. Civil Rights “violation”.
    POTUS cannot pardon for State crimes: they got life for State crimes first, so it’s a moot point whether a future POTUS will pardon them or not.

    I’m fully aware of this, but a federal pardon would put pressure on a Republican governor in Georgia to do likewise or at least commute their sentences to something reasonable. A federal pardon for the bogus civil rights charges are in order and would be a major f*ck you to the Jewish led radical left and white hating blacks.

  73. Rooster16 说:
    @USA1943

    I want whatever you’re smoking. You actually think a mainstream politician is going to blow their entire career up over getting a few White guys out of prison after a jury has found them guilty, and almost the entire country has forgotten about the case? Kemp is an opportunistic slimeball politician, if it meant putting away 1,000 innocent White guys to stay in office, he’d do it in a heartbeat.

    No politician cares about you. Let me state that again: no politician cares about you. At this point we’re left voting on a candidate that does the least amount of damage to us. Your best bet is to stay as far away from these black creatures as possible because the system will steamroll you even if you’re innocent; this is the state of America today. Watch out for yourself, because no one else will.

    • 同意: Charon
  74. profnasty 说:

    Communists have physical characteristics, including words: Get to know them. Your life may depend on your knowledge.
    Be ready at a minutes’ notice.

    [One clue- British accent.
    Up the Boer.]

  75. Anon[418]• 免责声明 说:
    @Katrinka

    如果这种情况发生在巴拿马,警方会如何对待这个正直的公民?

    • 回复: @Katrinka
  76. If they had killed a Russian or an Iraqi or a Libyan or an Afghan or a Syrian we’d be thanking them for their service. They came, they saw, he died. Ha Ha Ha!

  77. “Any Black or White with a grain of common sense or reasoning would have simply stopped and explained why they were running through the neighborhood.”

    笑。

    Uhhhhm because he was bnei8ng chased by three guys with weapons . . . perfectly reasonable to assume they meant him harm. Also reasonable, do I het shot while putting up a fright or5 hope these guys are lousy shots or maybe they are just duck hunting.

    “This guy coming at me thinks I am a duck — I think I will put up a fight.”

    • 巨魔: anarchyst
  78. @Lancelot_Link

    They do that. One night in Malaysia I watched as a couple of small Malaysian cops armed with Heckler and Kochs came to deal with a disturbance caused by some Africans. As they approached one huge African grabbed the barrel of the gun and pulled it at his own chest shouting at the cop to shoot as he didn’t care. Unfortunately they didn’t shoot not did the gun go off. Actually the best way to have dealt with them would have been to call up the K9 unit manned by Chinese cops (as Muslim Malays don’t like to handle dogs) and just set them loose on the African troublemakers while staying a good distance away. That cuts the risk of being disarmed by an African grabbing your gun and turning it on you.

  79. @WingsofADove

    An innocent individual – a lover of construction sites – without a guilty conscience, would have stopped, asked the McMichaels what they were after, why they had guns trained on him. If their intention was to shoot him in cold blood, they had plenty of opportunity to do it before he went for the gun. They had called the police. For an innocent person, waiting for the police to arrive would seem a much better option than wrestling the gun away from one guy when his buddy had one, too.

    But perhaps Arbery wasn’t all that sane, or all that innocent.

    • 同意: AndrewR
    • 回复: @anarchyst
  80. follyofwar 说:
    @anarchyst

    You bring up another huge problem, anarchyst. When juries are too intimidated by blacks to reach a fair verdict, the trial become nothing more than a kangaroo court.

    In such cases, why not have the jury hear testimony from a remote location, where their identities can remain hidden? Why not sequester them for the duration of the trial?

    Several Fox News talking heads were relieved that Derrick Chauvin was found guilty, (former judge Pirro said it was Murder 1), afraid of the coming riots if he was acquitted. Only Tucker Carlson, to my knowledge, had the guts to state that Saint George wasn’t murdered by Chauvin but died from a drug overdose.

    If the two aggressors whom Rittenhouse killed in self-defense had been black, he’d have likely received the same sentence as the McMichael’s.

    Lastly, Derbyshire blames Carlson for not commenting on this unfair verdict, but he doesn’t say that Tucker was on a well-deserved vacation. In this quickly sinking country some new outrage happens every week. If one never takes some time-off to recharge his batteries, he is bound to go crazy.

    • 回复: @KenH
    , @David In TN
  81. Mr. Katt 说:

    Take a native and put shoes on them, they cease to be a native and become a problem. And you can tell by his wardrobe that he’s got the I.Q. of a spoon.

  82. Pop Warner 说:
    @USA1943

    Republicans worship blacks just like democrats. They will never go against the Sacred Race so blatantly because some pollsters claim that if the GOP bows to blacks then .2% of them will switch parties, in addition to their tribal donors who are fine with degenerate negro worship as long as they get their blood for Israel. And Kemp is as bad as any of them in this regard, Southern Republicans are still Republicans

  83. Realist 说:
    @RoatanBill

    That’s why I think there will be street level fighting at some point and an in your face dictatorship could result.

    Agreed, that’s what I am saying.

  84. @spacewonderer

    Something similar happened to me. I could not prosecute a violent crime because I was threatened by the perp’s extended family and police would not have protected me. This is of course what happens to black victims all the time. They may themselves be blameless (say, a bystander who gets shot in a gang war), they may know the person who shot them but cannot tell the police for fear. I am afraid that our legal and political systems in the West are not equipped to deal with these realities, just as they are ill equipped to deal with organized crime and graft in high places, but that is a completely different problem.

    • 同意: Automatic Slim
  85. Anonymous[103]• 免责声明 说:
    @spacewonderer

    A white guy I know was shot by Hispanic gang bangers 15-20 years ago as a young man. He was all set to go in the Army and looking forward to it.

    That’s so awful. How unfair. Poor guy never had a chance to go thousands of miles away to foreign lands to bomb and kill people who did nothing to him or his family.

    • 回复: @spacewonderer
  86. anarchyst 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    在过去七十年左右的时间里,外邦白人一直被犹太人统治而边缘化和士气低落 “公民权利(除了非裔白人之外的所有人)” 人群。
    这是一 “白人男孩” 谁从不接受这整个犹太人的奔跑 “公民权利(除了非裔白人之外的所有人)” 诈骗。
    就个人而言,最初,我尊重我遇到的每个人,但尽我所能 “避开网格”. 只是不值得与他们打交道。
    这是由犹太人管理的政府、教育和娱乐系统洗脑,这些系统负责对异族白人男性进行阉割。
    让我们不要忘记 “面包和马戏团”, 职业体育特许经营权 “黑人重罪犯联盟” 或者 “N!gger篮球协会” 许多白人被吸引。 看到白人男子购买和穿着他们最喜欢的黑人球员的价格过高的运动衫和其他体育纪念品,他们有能力为他们最喜欢的黑人球员吐出体育统计数据,却对这个国家的真实情况毫不在乎,这令人作呕.
    听说所谓 “公民权利(对某些人而言)” 白人的违规行为,但黑人的违规行为从不显示该系统是多么片面,并且已经存在很长时间了。
    我们在 1950 年代和 1960 年代美国城市长大的白人儿童 “改变” 学会了警惕那些总是一心针对我们白人的犯罪行为的黑人。 老人 “可怜的受种族压迫的黑人” 从来不存在。
    当牧师宣布,我和其他白人一起走出天主教弥撒 “黑人不仅和白人一样好,而且比白人好”. 我再也没有回去过……
    我深信黑人是猿猴的根源 (不像白人和亚洲人) 他们积累了少量的人类 DNA,但不足以真正改变他们的气质、行为或心智能力或能力。 为了证明 “猿连接” 所要做的就是观察黑人处于犯罪“攻击模式”时的行为。 他们 “叫喊声”“跳来跳去”,模仿他们的猿类亲戚。 在我们有意识的白人中,这种行为被称为 “脱壳”. Diane Fossey 不必去非洲旅行,但可以在美国任何一个黑人经营的城市中研究猿猴的行为。 当然,装备精良是必须的。

    • 谢谢: Katrinka
  87. Hmm, are the McMichaels regretting it that they didn’t play by the rules?

    After all, they did call the police, didn’t they?

    That would indicate that they had no murderous intent towards the victim.

  88. anarchyst 说:
    @Frank Walus

    It’s a black thing…
    Arbery felt that he was “不尊重” by the white men who inquired about his reasons for his being on the construction site. Any normal person would have answered the questions or just run off. To avenge his “不尊重”, Arbery had to attack the man with the shotgun. His defective dysfunctional DNA gave him no other choice.
    You see, blacks have an false notion of “尊重”“不尊重” which violations of must be settled in the most immediate way possible.
    黑人傻到不敢想后果,虽然监狱其实是 “完成学校” 对于黑人来说,与白人和亚洲人的学院和大学不同。 大多数黑人都以在监狱或监狱里工作过而感到自豪。 监禁是一个 “荣誉徽章” for them…establishing “街头威望”.
    “三个热点和一张婴儿床” 对大多数黑人来说已经足够好了,还有 “低” camaraderie that exists among blacks in prison.
    Segregation is a temporary solution. Repatriation to Africa (or even Haiti) is a permanent solution.

    • 回复: @WingsofADove
  89. “”But federal Civil Rights prosecutions make no sense in the case of the Brunswick Three. They hadn’t been found not guilty by a local jury of grinning whites for crimes they were obviously guilty of. They had been found guilty by a local jury—nine white women, two white men and one black man—and given life sentences.””

    11 whites and 1 black on the jury and they still convicted them of murder??? Whites are the most cowardly race in history.

    I understand what felony murder is but it’s bad law and the jurors should have employed jury nullification.

  90. wolf man 说:

    The story of these three white men is the equivalent of Emmett Till in 1954. The difference is that now it is being done to whites because they are white. I guess that is progress.

    • 回复: @anarchyst
  91. Hans 说:
    @animalogic

    是的,艾尔。 根据佐治亚州法律,一旦圣阿伯里试图夺取枪支,麦克迈克尔就不会受到指责。 现在都在(((地毯)))之下,但至少乔治亚州创造了圣阿伯里日。

  92. @anarchyst

    ‘Respect’ and ‘Disrespect’ in fact are at the foundation of western culture, if we take seriously that the Iliad and the Odyssey are two of our foundational narratives.

    The Iliad, set during a few weeks of the siege of Troy by a motley crew of Greeks, is centered on the wrath of Achilles, who is pissed because he feels DISRESPECT from the Greek king Agamemnon, who took a choice slave girl captured when Achilles was pillaging a local village.

    In the Odyssey Ulysses could spare the suitors who he has trapped in his dining hall and thus perhaps avoid a civil war and his own possible demise. They offer him peace and money to refrain. Instead he attacks and fights and kills them all because of their DISRESPECT for him, his wife, his son, and his possessions.

    So, with due RESPECT, I don’t think concerns about RESPECT/DISRESPECT are limited to only one cultural group in the USA.

    • 回复: @WSG
    , @anarchyst
  93. @Fray222

    Firstly these dudes literally are old school backwoods redneck racists who don’t want no n**gers coming round their parts.

    How do you know this? If you could substantiate that point, you would certainly change my opinion of the verdict.

    Its just not a good look for the modern conservative movement.

    What is a “modern conservative movement”? Give an example.

  94. KenH 说:
    @follyofwar

    Lastly, Derbyshire blames Carlson for not commenting on this unfair verdict, but he doesn’t say that Tucker was on a well-deserved vacation.

    It’s not like this story just broke. Tucker never said anything about this case when they were first convicted in the state trial at the end of 2021. This case is so racially charged that Tuck doesn’t want to damage his brand and be accused of defending three white men who attempted to “kidnap” and kill an innocent negro jogger who was planning on attending university and majoring in aerospace engineering.

    Tucker likely did a cost-benefit analysis and realized it wasn’t worth the shit storm that would ensue. This is inexcusable because Tucker routinely brags about how FOX management lets him do as he please.

    But reverse the races in this case and Tucker would be virtue signaling like crazy.

    • 回复: @follyofwar
  95. @TKK

    You do not want to end up in a state prison in the South, or any state where there is a large population of blacks as inmates or guards.

    Truly, you cannot fathom the howling misery of these God forsaken pits.

    These are the good boys that the state chooses to turn loose in a civil society. The ones the state actually keeps locked up, I can’t imagine.

    • 谢谢: TKK
  96. It isn’t a crime to be stupid, of course, but one thing I believe those three men were truly guilty of is not thinking enough about the potential consequences before hopping in their truck with a shotgun to chase down a thief, especially a black one. A proper cost/benefit analysis would surely have led to the conclusion it wasn’t worth it. And I’m guessing they are all thinking that right now.

    • 回复: @Philmuhcrevis
  97. Menare4 说:
    @Lancelot_Link

    你说得很对。

    How many people, being confronted with a man holding a shotgun, would charge the man, grab the barrel of the shotgun, and try to wrest it away from the man holding it? The gun no doubt fired when Arberry pulled it towards himself, causing the trigger to be pulled. In short, he was responsible for his own death. Take a close look at the video.

    It is unclear why the defense attorney did not make more of this point during the trial, or on closing argument. A simple demonstration with the shotgun (unloaded, of course) would have proved the point.

    McMichael may have been negligent for having the safety off and his finger on the trigger, but Arberry’s action in grabbing the gun had to be the proximate cause of his death. This was not a case of murder. Manslaughter perhaps (negligent homicide), but not murder.

    • 回复: @Philmuhcrevis
  98. WSG 说:
    @WingsofADove

    Would you kill someone because they looked at you the wrong way? Stepped on your shoes? Biked on your lawn? Blacks do this regularly. You clearly have never dealt with them as a whole.

  99. jamie b. 说:
    @USA1943

    Why do You write Like that, it’s Really weird, Is it Some odd Millennial style?

  100. @hardlawjockey

    A proper cost/benefit analysis would surely have led to the conclusion it wasn’t worth it.

    The truth of the matter is this, and I’ve mentioned this to a lot of people I know that conceal carry, the American Nig-grow is a protected species at this moment in history. Unless you are being severely beaten or they have a weapon you’d better not even think about confronting, questioning, or escalating anything with these knuckle dragging shit skins. Even though I know these verdicts are garbage, as anyone that see’s the sentences that they get for murdering each other it’s reasonable to come to the conclusion that the justice system in the US clearly deems a black death at the hands of any white person is automatically assumed to be a hate crime based on the mind reading that went on at these trials. Jury and officers of the court intimidation are issues that should be front and center at their appeals if they are even eligible to receive them at some future date. Avoid them as if your life depends upon it, because it does.

  101. @TKK

    I know quite a lot about prison too. They will have to join the Aryan Brotherhood to survive. Blacks are scared of the AB. They are tough, mean SOB’s. The downside to joining a prison gang is that they will require you to do things that could cause you to be convicted of more crimes and doing a longer stretch. Since these guys have life sentences, that is not a factor.

    • 同意: TKK
    • 回复: @TKK
  102. NotaLib 说:
    @Frank Walus

    The Hoodrat Arbery was “jogging” like i’m Santa Claus

  103. @Menare4

    In short, he was responsible for his own death. Take a close look at the video.

    Even though those that can think would agree, that would go against the current narrative that they’re not responsible for anything anymore. It doesn’t matter the grievance, somewhere, someone has a preloaded excuse for any shortcoming or despicable behavior displayed by the NAPA. The jogging lie is a perfect example, easily argued away by the shoes and clothes he was wearing. And the premeditated murder lie also by the simple fact that they filmed the entire event and voluntarily turned it over to LE. Who would do that having murder in their plans? Any White males not understanding the message yet had better wake up.

    • 同意: europeasant
  104. anarchyst 说:
    @WingsofADove

    您错过了重点。
    It is the defective black perception of “尊重”“不尊重” that I was addressing.
    If a white person stares at a black person for more than a few seconds he will be confronted in a negative way: “What choo lookin’ at, white m’fer” being a favorite phrase used by blacks.
    If you are in a car accident with a black, especially in a black neighborhood, and you decide to “做正确的事” and stop to exchange information, you risk great bodily harm to yourself and the passengers in your car. Not only from the black driver of the other car, but neighborhood residents who will attack you on sight, just because you are white.
    Blacks have a totally different dysfunctional perception of “尊重”“不尊重”, much different than that of other races.
    It is wise for those of other races to know these differences and act accordingly.

  105. NotaLib 说:
    @Fray222

    How did they know that he was unarmed libcuck? Yeah sure Arbery was going for a jog HAHAHAHAHA GFY

  106. Curmudgeon 说:
    @WingsofADove

    You are using trigger words like “hunt”. You omitted the bit about them being beside Arbery asking to talk to him, and he refused to do so. The McMichaels drove to the next intersection and waited to see which way he was going to go. They made no attempt to confront Arbery. It was Arbery’s decision to make a turn toward the younger McMichael and run at him. He could have turned right or kept jogging. Arbery’s grabbing the weapon could just as easily been determined to have been attempted theft. William Bryan only followed because he saw the McMichaels chasing Arbery. He released the video, because he believed that it would prove their innocence.
    You have left out the bit about the younger McMichael seeing Arbery leaving the construction site one evening a couple of days previously, and when trying to ask him what he was doing there, saw Arbery reach for his waistband, leading him to believe Arbery was armed. The younger McMichael then called police to report the incident, reporting that he believed Arbery was armed, although he did not see a weapon.
    Missing in the article, and your analysis is the prosecution argument on the law in question.

    “如果犯罪是在犯罪者在场或直接知晓的情况下实施的,则私人可以逮捕犯罪者。 如果罪行是重罪并且罪犯正在逃跑或企图逃跑,私人可以根据合理和可能的怀疑理由逮捕他。”

    The prosecution argument, allowed by the judge, was that the law was ambiguous. One of the first things taught in law, is that every word in a document has a meaning, and the meaning must be consistent. In the above, it is clear that the first sentence is an entirely different circumstance for arrest than the second. The meaning of each sentence is clear and unequivocal, separating a felony any offense. Given that the owner of the building site had reported thefts, and that the younger McMichael had seen Arbery, whom be believed was armed, twice, within a couple of days, exit the property where thefts had been reported, to suggest that there were not “reasonable and probable grounds of 怀疑 ” of a felony is ridiculous.
    Had it not been for the shit show caused by St. George of Fentanyl, Black Lives Splatter, and the entire”woke” psyop, this would have been a yawner. The only thing missing from the court room was the kangaroos.

  107. anarchyst 说:
    @wolf man

    不对…
    Emmett Till ACCOSTED and ASSAULTED a white woman.
    He should have been arrested, tried and convicted in a court of law.
    That being said, if he had apologized for his misbehavior, he would be alive today.
    This is but another example of the misplaced dysfunctional black notion of “尊重”“不尊重” that blacks subscribe to.
    Most people are unaware that one of Till’s tormentors was a black man.
    Till’s father was executed by the U S military for multiple rapes and murder.
    Emmett Till was wrong…
    The Brunswick Three were right…

  108. AceDeuce 说:
    @Anonymous

    I hate Pelosi with all my heart, but she does have a righteous rack for an old broad.

    As for the tacobreath who ran over the White folks, killing one and sending 17 to the hospital, and then fleeing the scene, only to hit another woman with his car some distance away. He then got out and finished her off with a hammer. (last I heard, it was a 56 year old woman with the same last name as the perp–mother?)

    They haven’t played this up on the national news too much–it’s still all Mar-a-Lago all the time, but there was a brief clip, showing the perp, a cartoonlike short fat ugly brain damaged looking brown squat monster out of central casting. He looks as tough as a muppet, but of course toughness isn’t required when you drive into unsuspecting people with your car.

    Interestingly enough, the news stooges these days, usually affirmative action hires themselves, always give the exaggerated spanish pronunciation of a hispanic’s name on the news whenever there’s a positive mention, including all the names he/she/it has (“Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador”) and rolling the r’s etc.

    In the case of this killer creep, who the police report refers to as “Adrian Oswaldo Sura Reyes”, the news clown did no such thing, just quickly saying, Anglo style, like “Adrian Rays” very quickly, I wonder why.

    • 同意: spacewonderer
    • 回复: @Anon
  109. Dually 说:

    “公民权利”现在是富有的政治捐助者在他们的庄园上穿礼服并在公共场合被视为真正的女性的专有权利。 这种歪曲的无耻之处在于,它完全歪曲了公民权利的本义。

  110. anonymous[918]• 免责声明 说:
    @Jimmy le Blanc

    I don’t care about the niggers you speak of. But, since I live in another land, I do care about how to get you 白化病患者 to stay away from plundering, subjugating, oppressing and terrorising everyone else.

    But, the colourless mofing race which lives by the adage, everything I own is mine and everything you own is ultimately mine too, just won’t listen to reason. So, they must burn.

    The 3 fugly albino apes got what they deserved. Hooray for justice served.

    • 回复: @Donald A Thomson
  111. @Anonymous

    Shut the fuck up, you worthless non-white. Or jew. Or brain dead white liberal.
    You are one of those three for sure.

    • 同意: NotaLib
    • 回复: @Anon
  112. SafeNow 说:

    每个人都被民权敲诈者吓坏了吗? – 德布

    “吓坏了”? 哦哦。 菲利普·罗斯以此为基础写了一部小说。 “人类的污点。” 一位教授无辜地使用这个词,..spooks 意思是鬼魂。 这被视为对非裔美国学生的侮辱,教授敬酒。 小说取材于现实生活。

    Bty,维基百科拒绝说它是基于现实生活中的情况。 罗斯试图纠正这一点。 维基百科的答复是一本书的作者不是一个可靠的来源。 罗斯后来对此提出异议。

  113. NotaLib 说:
    @loner feral cat

    Looks like a real insurrection to me by this leftist scum

  114. Richard B 说:
    @mark green

    黑人在政治上是统一的、好战的、凶残的、暴力的、可怕的。

    犹太人在政治上是统一的、有组织的、超级富有的、精明的和好战的。

    白人杂乱无章、充满罪恶感、种族分裂、意识形态分裂和害怕。

    都没错
    But the key point here is that the “success” of the first two groups is entirely dependent on the failure of the third.

    换句话说,他们依赖于他们所违反的东西。
    And the ultimate purpose of their violation is total destruction. So they are dependent on what they are destroying. Or destroying what they depend on for their “success.”

    无法想象一个更好的代价胜利的例子。
    Then again, one doesn’t have to imagine it because it’s happening.

    • 回复: @anonymous
  115. @follyofwar

    Speaking of (possibly) intimidated juries, Google: “Tracie Hawlett J.B. Beasley.”

    Tracie Hawlett and J.B. Beasley were two (White) 17-year old girls murdered near Ozark, Alabama in 1999. A DNA hit 20 years later revealed a (black) suspect, one Colin McCraney.

    The trial was supposed to begin last Monday with jury selection, but too few prospective jurors showed up. The Judge said, “Come back in 2023.” At the Websleuths Forum somebody claiming to be local said people were afraid to be on the jury in this case.

    The initial defense strategy was “a white cop did it and the police covered it up.” This defense was ruled out when the woman purveying it admitted she was lying.

  116. These three gentlemen should not lose hope, and nor should the January 6 political prisoners languishing in the Deep State’s gulag without formal charges, trials, or convictions of any crimes. ALL of these people will be set free, by force of patriot arms if necessary, once the Great Collapse occurs, the rule of law is restored, and the demons who currently rule over us illegitimately are brought to justice. I don’t think that they have very long left to wait.

  117. @Robert Dolan

    He was the secret love child of Mother Theresa and Barack Obama. He was only three weeks away from his Doctorate in Comparative Theology. He ran a private soup kitchen feeding homeless puppies. It was not his fault. In fact, he was not even there. His doppelgänger did it!

    On a more serious note. If (big if) reason, liberty, and justice ever return to this nation, I hope that the Brunswick Three are given a pardon and restitution. Lets, face it. The Constitution is dead and the rule of law is a joke. Not even the military will defend We The People — otherwise they would be surrounding Washington DC right now.

    • 回复: @Reg Cæsar
  118. AceDeuce 说:
    @spacewonderer

    Of course, the classic mob intimidation story is the Central Park Jogger case. Mobs of niggros were allowed inside the courthouse and took over the halls, shouting expletives and threats to the female prosecutor and others, including the victim herself when she testified. There were constant phoned and mailed threats sent to the court and the prosecution side.

    Before that, while she was in the hospital fighting for her life, mobs of howling negroes filled the hospital parking lot, shouting that she was a whore, that she wasn’t really injured (she was in a coma for 12 days with 89% blood loss, and her face so disfigured that her family had to identify her by a ring she was wearing), and chanting her name over and over again. Two black newspapers, and a black radio station ignored the rule of not naming rape victims, printing it over and over.

    Interestingly, the name that they chanted was “Patricia Meili” That was her legal name, but since she was a baby, she was known as “Tricia” Family, friends, coworkers-no one called her “Patricia”. It was assumed that a nigro employee of the court, NYPD, or hospital saw her actual name on a form and leaked it.

    • 谢谢: spacewonderer
    • 回复: @spacewonderer
  119. @mark green

    这一判决相当于为防止美国城市被抢劫和焚烧而进行的毫不掩饰的人类牺牲(如果做出了“错误的”判决和判决。)

    I have to ask: who gives a sh!+ about America’s cities? They are, almost without exception, inhabited in the majority by niggroes and (((liberals))), both groups being primarily responsible for the rot that is destroying this once-great nation. If sh!+skinn3d vermin want to destroy and burn these urban garbage dumps to the ground, let them! Why the hell would any self-respecting White person give a damn? Indeed, self-respecting White people should provide extra gasoline and matches for such an event.

  120. @animalogic

    My understanding is that at the time Georgian law allowed “citizens arrest”. (It was scratched out immediately after this naturally).

    Can we assume that this was a result of demographics, with niggroe-majority Atlanta, Georgia’s largest city in population, being the driving force behind repeal of this part of the law?

  121. anonymous[918]• 免责声明 说:
    @Jimmy le Blanc

    The mental crisis most Whites would need to endure to accept the truth would shatter them. They would need to accept that almost everything they’ve been told all of their lives by their parents and teachers is a lie. It is very hard for people to break free from brainwashing,

    But, of course!

    After all, these soul-diseased vermin you speak of, and no doubt identify with, do subscribe to such mind bending and utterly deceitful 可憎之物 such as, 3 persons in 1 god, 100% man 100% god, god reincarnated/tabernacled into his son, father and son are distinct 但是 the same, the oxymoronic monotheistic-trinitarianism, and so on, right? This is totally retarded.

    That said, accepting the truth about all this deceitful sewerage can set these soul-diseased vermin free, rather than shatter them.

    Will they not listen to reason?

  122. USA1943 说:

    白人离开了,我唯一的遗憾是我只能为我的国家献出一条生命,即使我相信这是正确的做法,我也做不到,否则我可能会被称为种族主义者,做他们认为正确的事?谁相信并代表原则、道德和伦理? 愿意为他们认为正确的事情而战和死的人? 邪恶当然会在没有挑战的情况下胜利,没有阻力,说实话,如果一个或一群人不愿意战斗,他们应该得到他们得到的,没有人愿意为文章中的任何一个案例而战,所以结果是可以预见的,BLM 和 Antifa 没有去俄罗斯抗议对篮球运动员的定罪,尽管他们有像索罗斯这样的亿万富翁,他们会支付交通费用来摧毁城市,他们没有去,因为他们知道普京不会玩游戏成千上万的人抢劫和烧毁俄罗斯城市,比如让警察下台的美国美国政客,索罗斯、BLM 和 Antifa 担心普京不会让他的手下下台,所以他们很害怕。 有时你需要愿意战斗,美国人曾经愿意战斗。 发生了什么?

    • 回复: @Katrinka
  123. Jimmy1969 说:

    I remember seeing a white guy prostate in South Africa being shot by blacks and begging for help …it was bak in the 80s…no one came to his help in the press…he looked like a bearded fat Boer South African peasant…and no one supported him…and he was killed by blacks…to me that was the turning point when we lost it all

  124. Rules and regulations regarding citizen’s arrest in Georgia can be found under Section 17-4-60 through 61 of the Georgia Criminal Code. Established during the late 1860s, the law authorizes private citizens to make an arrest of others if a crime is committed in their presence or in cases in which they have immediate knowledge that one occurred. It applies when a suspected felony crime is committed, such as:

    Armed robbery, burglary, and other types of theft crimes;
    Arson and other types of property crimes;
    Assault and battery;
    Drug distribution, manufacturing, and trafficking;
    Embezzlement, fraud, and other ‘white-collar’ crimes;
    Kidnapping, rape, and child molestation;
    Murder, manslaughter, and homicide.

    https://zimmermanatlantalaw.com/georgia-and-citizens-arrest/index.html

    and the former officers should have known better as well as the first prosecutors who were assigned the case. The gentlemen in question had no warrant (reason) to effect a citizens arrest.

    § 6:19. Arrest by citizen based on immediate knowledge, reasonable, and probable suspicion

    • 回复: @Prometheus Martel
  125. TKK 说:
    @Mis(ter)Anthrope

    同意100%。

    Excellent point. They will absolutely have to procure cell phones and drugs if they run with the AB. It is advanced to the point that drones make drops over the prison fences with parcels of cell phones and drugs.

    It’s a shame the Mexican gangs will not let a white join- they have no tolerance for the black sodomites and will response with force en mass.

    Isn’t it a disgusting irony- our white tax dollars taxes pay for their food, hospital and schools as they saunter over the border and yet they treat whites with disdain- even in prison!

    You could not make it up- in a dystopian novel- it would be seen as too deeply insane…..the doom Whites face in America.

    • 回复: @Mis(ter)Anthrope
  126. unNthem 说:
    @Sam Hildebrand

    Jesus, a troop of chimps would be more intelligible. Yet somehow they’re this (former) country’s greatest asset. The end can’t be too far off.

    • 同意: Sam Hildebrand
  127. Corvinus 说:
    @onetwothree

    换句话说,违反法律是因为据说其他人也在这样做。 这就是小学生的心态。

  128. “If all men are created equal, that is final. If they are endowed with inalienable rights, that is final. If governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, that is final. No advance, no progress can be made beyond these propositions. If anyone wishes to deny their truth or their soundness, the only direction in which he can proceed historically is not forward, but backward toward the time when there was no equality, no rights of the individual, no rule of the people. Those who wish to proceed in that direction cannot lay claim to progress. They are reactionary. Their ideas are not more modern, but more ancient, than those of the Revolutionary fathers.”
    卡尔文·柯立芝
    第十九任总统

    • 回复: @Anon
  129. JamesinNM 说:
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    Kemp is fully compromised deep state. Deep state sent him a clear message when then murdered his daughter’s boyfriend.

  130. Soccer 说:
    @meamjojo

    They were certainly guilty. They’ll never get out. To add civil rights violations doesn’t mean shit.

  131. TKK 说:
    @Sam Hildebrand

    My God. Everyone should watch the video you posted.

    They all seem retarded, vicious, dirty. Note how they talk about murder like it’s funny….like its a real hoot. Is their catastrophic stupidity genetic? I have not traveled in Sub Sahara Africa because I have no desire to pay money to be around blacks, but does ANY RACE act as disgusting and disturbing as the American black?

    I feel a horrifying deep sorrow for the Brunswick Three. An abyss of grief for all the things they have lost. Simple pleasures. A cup of hot coffee and scrambled eggs with toast. Walking on the beach in the fall with your dogs at dawn or dusk. Clean sheets. Someone who loves you giving you a birthday card. Coming home to a clean house and supper cooked.

    And what did they lose it for? A black violent punk criminal who would rob our houses and laugh in glee.

    I know the rage blinded them…they were sick of being robbed and they felt justified.

    We all have to take note of this: not matter how self righteous or enraged blacks make us, we are not allowed to confront them or fight back in America 2022.

    • 同意: Sam Hildebrand
  132. @Jimmy le Blanc

    Defend yourself against black attack? Sorry Whitey, you’re going to Federal prison.

    Odds of this are reduced greatly if:

    1. You off the offending niggroe in the presence of a crowd of sympathetic fellow Whites who know the truth about what happened and are willing to back you up.

    2. You dispose of the dead offending niggroe’s remains in a manner that ensures they won’t be found or connect you to its demise and disappearance in any way. This can be a very difficult and very, very unpleasant task, so the assistance of other Whites who value justice is invaluable.

    3. You and everyone else involved or witness to the act keeps their mucking fouths shut (“shoot, shovel, shut up”). The more incidents of the Arbery type that occur as time goes on, the less that will be needed to convince even zoologically stupid White normies that “playing by the rules” is a suicidally moronic thing to do.

    The mistake that the Brunswick Three made was calling “the law” for help. A SUICIDALLY STUPID move.

    • 同意: Cauchemar du Singe
  133. @AceDeuce

    Typical, and maddening as hell. Imagine what it will be like when whites are 50% or less of US population. I think I know what’s going to happen, and it definitely 不会 be the non-whites giving us “minority’ status, affirmative action, etc.

  134. Anon[146]• 免责声明 说:
    @AceDeuce

    ” I hate Pelosi with all my heart, but she does have a righteous rack for an old broad. “

    I feel ya Ace. See, I live in a state where a huge number of women of all races, are misshapen, over-sized in the tummy, hips, and butt, and quite under-sized in the tiddy department. Even many younger women. So I don’t mind seeing a Pelosi type with ample tiddies without huge gut/hips/butt. The negro men can have all the gigantic butted women they seem to crave.

    • 同意: AceDeuce
  135. God be with these 3 innocent white men.

    • 同意: anarchyst
  136. I heard there was “racist” texting.

    Between the 3 white men.

    Has it been released?

    What did they actually say?

    Spook? Porch monkey?

    Or did they call a nigger a nigger?

    • 回复: @anarchyst
  137. Anonymous[216]• 免责声明 说:

    2 more weeks, patriots in controls, watch the benis.

  138. Katrinka 说:
    @Anon

    我不确定我是否理解这个问题。
    绝大多数巴拿马人不拥有或携带枪支。
    他们用铁丝网、栅栏、大门、墙壁和吠叫的狗来加固自己的家园。
    Arbery 不能只是徘徊在这片土地上。
    许多房主拥有砍刀,这是一种合法武器。
    巴拿马的法律制度并没有对你是黑人这一事实提供两件事。
    如果你被发现偷窃,你会受到惩罚。
    这条一般规则可能不适用于狡猾的政客。

    • 回复: @Anon
  139. Anonymous[369]• 免责声明 说:
    @Sam Hildebrand

    They say in jurisprudence that hard cases make bad law (i.e., an extreme [rare] case is a poor basis for making a general law). Well, so too in inductive reasoning— and judging groups of people— do rare bad cases make a poor basis for making generalizations.

    Hopefully black people wouldn’t extrapolate from the rare bad actors like the Dylann Roof and view all white people as mass-murdering racists.

    I know there are a lot of racists on Unz— especially the tea and crumpets racists on Steve Sailer’s blog— who also pride themselves in being reason and statistically based, but when they harp on rare events and extrapolate major ideas from them, especially about a entire racial group, they show themselves as complete 🤡.

    • 回复: @Sam Hildebrand
  140. Katrinka 说:
    @USA1943

    美国男人成了《时光机》里无助的埃洛伊。

  141. Fhjfxcvj 说:
    @EliteCommInc.

    Maybe the McMichaels knew that Georgia law allowed them to make a citizens’ arrest in just such a case, as did the Georgia legislature, which is why it changed that law before the trial.

    arbery wasn’t simply wandering and trespassing. He’s on video with his hands in a boat that thousands of dollars of electronic equipment had been stolen from.

    • 同意: Bernie
    • 回复: @Anon
  142. Fhjfxcvj 说:
    @meamjojo

    You obviously don’t know what “cold blood” means, and simply used it for its sensationalism.

  143. Reg Cæsar 说:
    @The True Nolan

    He was the secret love child of Mother Theresa and Barack Obama.

    Mother Teresa turned 51 the month Barack Obama was born. Are you suggesting an Abrahamic miracle took place?

  144. lloyd 说: • 您的网站

    The Arbury case that they were convicted and sentenced for the same murder twice. I suppose the equivalent would be hanging in a tree a dead man in segregationist Georgia. The first is a tragedy. The second a farce. Chauvin convicted of first degree intentional murder and second degree unintentional murder. Every principle of justice has been flouted by the mob. It makes America sound like Uganda under Idi Amin. Possibly that is an insult to Uganda. The derangement in Uganda was confined to the leader and his cronies. America sounding now like sub Sahara Africa at its more deranged may be not entirely a co-incidence. The farce of these cases may be the one thing that gets these guys out of prison in the next few years or even months as America comes to its sense.

  145. Rob W. 说:

    Whites need to urgently form intentional communities in order to survive the coming anti-White storm.

    Buy farmland. Remove to rural areas or small towns. Acquire basic medical training. Create a local alternate economy.

    We need cultural secession to survive.

    • 回复: @anarchyst
    , @Jack P
  146. Anon[369]• 免责声明 说:
    @Fhjfxcvj

    Maybe the McMichaels knew that Georgia law allowed them to make a citizens’ arrest in just such a case, as did the Georgia legislature, which is why it changed that law before the trial.

    British Broadcasting Corporation director makes a citizens arrest:

  147. anonymous[286]• 免责声明 说:
    @Richard B

    Whites are being persecuted and displaced because of their arrogant insouciance and decadence. Never assume it can never happen to you. Never “go big”on people. And never let women run the group or tribe, because they think with their uteruses and will always betray their tribe or community without regard for what it will mean for their offspring down the road. I don’t think it is surprising that, as soon as white women realized they could push their own men around with nothing to worry about, they turned on them viciously. And white women don’t care about the wreckage they’ve created, because they’ll gladly take it up the rectum from their simian or joo lovers since they’ve shown themselves to be stronger and more formidable than their own men; again, white women are disloyal by nature. Once white men became weak, it was all over. White men have been a target in the United States since the end of WWII, and some of the people doing the most effective firing have been their own women.

    • 回复: @anonymous
    , @Richard B
  148. @Anonymous

    I truely wish the behavior of the boys in the hood depicted in the video was rare. It would just be funny not sad. Try driving down Lamar Street in south Memphis and randomly start conversations with groups of young black men hanging out on the corners, you will quicky discover that you are risking your life and anti social behavior by inner city young black males is the rule not the exception.

    A based black guy on youtube has made 100s of videos just driving around ghettos in US cities. Some scary shit.

    https://www.youtube.com/c/CharlieBo313/videos

    I live in one of the poorest rural areas in America. Stereotypical white trash, methheads, run down trailer courts, poachers you name it. If I drove around taking videos I couldnt get 100 views on youtube because the videos would be boring compared to what the black guy records in inner cities.

  149. Anon[369]• 免责声明 说:
    @spacewonderer

    Shut the fuck up, you worthless non-white. Or jew. Or brain dead white liberal.
    You are one of those three for sure.

    I’m sure Derb didn’t appreciate the comment by “Anonymous 103” as Derb’s son served honorably in the U.S. Army.

  150. anonymous[236]• 免责声明 说:
    @anonymous

    Whites were/are foolish, insouciant, trusting, easily rattled, easily led, gullible, and pathologically altruistic.

    And that’s just the women.

    A group without survival instincts is unlikely to survive. But keep praying to a god the jews created to control other human beings. A lot of people are, horrifyingly, not going to survive what is to come.

  151. 从好的方面来说,这三个白人肯定已经学会了自己的位置。

  152. anarchyst 说:
    @Rob W.

    One problem: Keeping government types OUT. If they get wind of a “whites only” community, they will do anything and everything to destroy it and jail the leaders on false charges.

    • 同意: Automatic Slim
  153. anarchyst 说:
    @Jeffrey Freeman

    It is interesting to note that the Brunswick Three’s prior statements (thoughts) were entered into the court record while disclosure of Arbery’s criminal past was disallowed.
    This looks like good grounds for appeal, along with the double jeopardy prosecutor, ineffective judge and tampered jury.
    一个人可以希望。

    • 同意: mark green
  154. Bernie 说:
    @meamjojo

    This is as lie as proven by the video. Arbery attacked one of the men, hit him and wrestled for his gun. A clear case of self-defense if not for the usual black skin privilege (it is illegal for whites to defend themselves against a black attacker).

  155. Mac_ 说:

    Just scanning the situation, don’t see much question from other comments. We know those in govrmnt and cabalist types scheme to oppress and endanger whites, and other schemes also going on, food situation, migration, continued jabbering on ‘more’ disease etc, beside the anti white focus, this sort of thing beside oppression is also distraction from the wider things we could be focused on, which taken together with a few things I see as improbable, have a few questions. It seems unlikely suburb guys would decide to chase a jogger for no real reason, also the guy standing up on the back of the truck etc. There isn’t anything else about being neighborhood watchers or activists etc, just one day they decide to take a rifle to threaten a black jogger, hmm. I’m all for making action on things but why not just say what are you doing and keep the rifle down at side, not waive it around. Also video, cut aways so don’t see much, as if its only enough to pose supposed situation without detail, and make the white guys look over the top.

    On oppressing, so-called courts work to reward predators, and to stop us acting for ourselves, as they, lawyers/judges claim to put themselves over the rest of us, and dictate down our own rights or abilities, function as oppression, and distraction, along with media, year on year, recent obvious bogus distraction roe wade etc, trump jan sixth, now supposed ‘raid’, now this, and others. Then look at the sentences, as someone noted before, guy who had the camera, supposed sentence is way off.

    Beside they can jail people who don’t deserve it, they can also fake putting people in jail, then just let them out, some of those we assume to be in jail, aren’t. Not pointing out names just for instance couple years ago was a media blurb of supposed judge reviewng supposed sentence of someone supposedly in jail, put on act as as if the person was in jail, though the person was already let out and the supposed judge obviously knew that, but put on an act as if in jail, and which media furthered the con, not pointing out the person was out of jail, a bs act in dupes faces. Happens all the time, and if people say ‘but people would know if someone was out’, who’s going to ‘tell’ you, media liars, no. With hundreds of millions here, is easy to blend in as dupes sit and ignore, not bothering knowing who is who in this territory. Depending on the fake system to tell you what’s going on or to ‘protect’ you is stupid.

    At base the framing of this oppresses and dog-trains whites away from handling our territory ourselves, just have few questions. It is fact whites do need to man up, including females, and focus, or go-along slavery and suicide by the ‘system’ and other predators won’t be much choice much longer. That much is obvious.
    _

  156. @TKK

    You are right about Mexican gangs not tolerating rapists in prison. White gangs don’t tolerate it either. There are Mexicans and whites that are rapists in prison, but they are considered scum by their co-ethnics.

    Groids, on the other hand, see it as a sign of power. Much like one male dog humping another to show dominance. Whites who fight back (peckerwoods in prison slang) are the most feared guys in prison. Groids are typically cowards who attack in numbers or with a significant size advantage. But they know not to mess with a true peckerwood.

  157. Dr Dave 说:
    @USA1943

    These men have been sacrificed. No one will rescue them for NO ONE has the courage.

    • 同意: Jeffrey Freeman
  158. @Sam Hildebrand

    Reminds me of high school in the ghetto of Hampton, Virginia. Not an iq over 70 in the bunch.

  159. “Maybe the McMichaels knew that Georgia law allowed them to make a citizens’ arrest in just such a case, as did the Georgia legislature, which is why it changed that law before the trial.”

    There is nothing amiss with making a citizens arrest. However if one examines the examples used by Georgia courts

    the circumstances regarding the trespass, just don’t meet the standard. Looking like someone in a tape is not a cause, not even trespassing amounts to warrant. And further undermining the issue is the use of force — such as t5he brandishing of weapons. In every way, the person being chased has access to stand your grounds statutes.

    Again this is a case where suspicion is used at warrant. It is not enough.

  160. @EliteCommInc.

    What also stands out is that none of these men are recorded having stopped or made citizens arrests against other trespassers.

    • 回复: @YesYesCircle
  161. @EliteCommInc.

    The jogger would be alive if he hadn’t attacked McMichael. Being low IQ, lacking impulse control and being violent is what ended his useless life.

    White conservatives need this to be a valuable lesson: AVOID NEGROES AT ALL COSTS! Let the liberals enjoy their company.

    • 同意: NotaLib
  162. @EliteCommInc.

    I agree, White conservatives need to avoid every negro at all costs. Let White liberals enjoy all they have to offer.

  163. Life in prison for stupidity is harsh. However the construction site and policing the neighborhood was not their responsibility.This is what happens when people leave things unsecured – it invites crime. Didn’t learn from the over zealous “white-Hispanic” neighborhood watch dunce who had to kill saint skittles because he was getting his ass kicked. Zimmerman’s not doing life, because the prosecutions witness was an ignorant,visually unappealing and unnecessarily hostile witness that turned the whole trial into a shit show. Seriously what do think is gonna happen when a couple of armed middle aged white guys are chasing a black kid down the street in a pickup for trespassing? Even if they hadn’t killed the “jogger” they would have gotten jail sentences from the feds. Choose your battles wisely.

    • 回复: @WSG
  164. meamjojo 说:
    @Lurker

    Eat shit Lurker. You’ll enjoy it. 40 billion flies love it.

  165. Anon[391]• 免责声明 说:
    @The Davidtollah

    Easy words to utter when you live in a 90% white primacy society.

  166. “I agree, White conservatives need to avoid every negro at all costs. Let White liberals enjoy all they have to offer.”

    You seem to be making a suggestion that color is t5he issue here. That despite t5he fact that others trespassed it was ok. I am not making any suggestion that anyone avoid anyone by skin color – that’s a personal choice. I am saying, it hurts their case that they never stopped any other trespassers.

    I certainly can’t plow through the nuances of the law . . . no way.
    But o9n its face, if you claim you are protecting property and there are trespassers, i would be curious why you found this particular trespasser so suspect, you chased him down with your truck and with weapons in tow.

    • 回复: @EliteCommInc.
    , @Fhjhddhh
  167. @EliteCommInc.

    Again, at face value, looking at events. Someone is is being chased to the point of exhaustion. They have weapons, They are yelling at you. You are avoiding them. They chase you through ravine, over road and yard. They are in vehicles, you are on foot. You tired of running, And one of them approaches you on foot. He has a weapon. it’s continue fight or flight time. Flight did not work, so you are left to fight . . . there is nothing peaceable this situation.

    Looking at how males are generally socialized — it’s nor hard to understand why he chose to grab the weapon as a last resort in his mind.

    And despite the quarterbacking from our distance out of that time, space and place . . . i think every male commenting here understands exactly why he chose to to stand. Even a rabbit when cornered should it get a chance will sink it teeth in to its attacker.

    • 回复: @Fhjhddhh
  168. “The jogger would be alive if he hadn’t attacked McMichael. Being low IQ, lacking impulse control and being violent is what ended his useless life.”

    Maybe. And as someone with a low IQ, I can only say, his conduct appears even more reasonable. His impulse to void a confrontation is not abnormal. There’s no reason to place any extraordinary burden on his person. He is clearly afraid for his safety and reasonably so. His defense — his violence is completely reasonable given his attackers behavior.

    I think the country has spent so much time expecting some people to be complacent about their lives constantly pursued, chased down, under threat, against reason, that it is sim-ply shocked when the the pursued simply decide enough is enough, they are too tired to run and running has made little difference — might as well face my attackers head to head. And against all expectation risking a good deal in the face of what has been a societal, age old demand that they stop on demand — what galls is that they dare break tradition of — it even galls many of one’s own — so to speak. Because standing is ruining it for the rest of them.

    Or maybe because they stand in some manner considered, inappropriate to the masses. Or maybe, the impulse and expectation gas just worn out it staying power.

    And why we now — look back and say — that guy must have been crazy to stand against the odds. I suspect had he been successful, we would be calling him a wanton worthless murderer, who without reason shot a man or three in cold blood. Because once he got the weapon he was no longer at threat . . .

    for some people, the US is a catch – 22.

    but that is me low IQ reasoning.

    • 回复: @martin_2
  169. Sjogttiou 说:
    @EliteCommInc.

    You couldn’t be more wrong.

    Recognizing arbery from the video is reasonable suspicion that he’s the same man, as he was, and he wasn’t merely trespassing, but burglarizing, as they had reasonable and probable cause to suspect.

    There was no prohibition on the McMichaels from keeping and bearing arms, although there was on arbery, and he clearly violated that.

    Also, “stand your ground”doesn’t mean “run 50 yards to grab a gun from someone and shoot him.

  170. Racism is caused by black low intelligence and high sociopathy, not vice versa. The regime wants you to believe that racism causes poor black outcomes, but that’s exactly backwards. Blacks have a much lower IQ distribution (average IQ 15% lower) and much higher criminality (10x more criminality). For centuries people have observed these facts and concluded that they ought to stay away from blacks generally.

  171. Arbery almost certainly burgled and it was reasonable to conclude that he had. McMichaels’ pursuit was therefore justified. Arbery attacked them, Travis shot him in clear self-defense. The first prosecutor, Barnhill, got it right. This was a show trial to flex the regime’s power – to show that whites will not be allowed to defend themselves, their neighbors, their property, or their neighborhoods. Opposing our sacred cows will be punished.

  172. “Recognizing arbery from the video is reasonable suspicion that he’s the same man, as he was, and he wasn’t merely trespassing, but burglarizing, as they had reasonable and probable cause to suspect.”

    Look, if whites want to avoid african americans, no one is forcing them to do otherwise. My suspicions based on a video camera of someone walking around a property (trespassing) does not rise to the level of detaining them for a citizen’s arrest. I am not challenging anyone’s right to set some “brightline” for suspicious conduct or becoming suspicious. It just that my suspicion alone is not a warrant for a citizens arrest, not even in Georgia.

    And a former police officer should have known as much, that as a private citizen the standard is different. Furthermore, a citizen being confronted by other citizens with weapons in this circumstance where the citizen has no idea by dress or anything else they represent any manner of unique service —

    come now — it is a very reasonable conclusion that said citizens are a threat and mean you ill, regardless of how suspicious they are. They have to see the burglary, not merely be suspicious that a burglary occurred. Again, in comparison to other trespassers who were not uncommon, they gentleman in question seemed to have taken opportunity to confront them. ( I do make room that they never saw any others.) Furthermore in the previous videos there was no “burglaries” either. The context doesn’t wash. It is unfortunate set of circumstances. Turns out there are no string of reported burglaries either. Upon examination, there does not even appear to be a cause for a unique alert in the neighborhood. I am confused, the camera on the property — it seems to have been a community access, as these gentleman had access to previous recordings — the property owner claims he never saw a crime committed on the property. The video shows no criminal conduct. Ter is no string of robberies . . .

    https://www.theblaze.com/news/ahmaud-arbery-murder-evidence-burglaries

    On its face, even minus the video — this should have been a problem for prosecutors.

  173. @James Scott

    The USA is regressing to a something “coarser, stupider, and more primitive”.

    Spot on. The gentlemanly reconciliation after the Civil War is being undone. The blood libel against Germans for WW2 is being revived. The unnecessary hatred of Russians is being stoked as we speak.

    Our change of values is being driven by a tribe based in the Middle East who blows up and bulldozes the homes of it’s enemies, while believing it is chosen to rule the world.

    These people are small minded and f-ing evil, and we should cast them out of our power structures.

    • 同意: Jeffrey Freeman
  174. Who’s got the “racist texts” what did they say?

  175. @Observator

    “you can’t argue self-defense when you accost a stranger with a firearm and he tries to defend himself”

    Travis McMichael was yelling, “Hey man, we just want to talk to you.” Pretty reasonable “accosting” if you ask me.

    Arbery 知道,如果他在黑人社区尝试他的慢跑恶作剧,那至少会让他受到重创。 在芝加哥,保证背后有一颗子弹。

    Arbery was casing a White neighborhood, because he knew that Whites are fairly civil, play by the rules, and give people the benefit of the doubt. He knew he wasn’t going to get arbitrarily shot, otherwise he would have already been dead.

    • 同意: Jeffrey Freeman, AceDeuce
    • 回复: @Nat X
  176. @EliteCommInc.

    At no point did the McMichaels say “I am placing you (Arbery) under citizen’s arrest”. That’s a straw man argument.

    They knew 911 had been called, and they only had to delay Arbery long enough for the responding officers to arrive.

    To this end, Travis was yelling “Hey man, we just want to talk to you”, i.e. he was trying to get Arbery into a circumstance where law enforcement could take over the encounter.

    • 回复: @Detroit Refugee
  177. PJ London 说:

    This case has removed three idiots from the (white) gene pool. As Floyd removed another really stupid cop.
    To confront a possible felon who is not actually on your property, whilst not being a police officer in uniform is stupid. The days of civic duty and responsibility are over.
    If the victim had been white then nothing would have happened, but taking on a Black in the current racist environment is really stupid. As stupid as walking in front of a train and expecting it to stop.
    I have taken such steps, but only on private property and only when life and physical safety was in danger.
    I have to admit that had I been Arbery I would have confronted the pricks myself. Good ol’ boys flexing to show who’s boss.
    Well Arbery is dead and soon these three will wish that they were, but at least on all 4 counts, the human race is better off.

    • 巨魔: anarchyst, Achmed E. Newman
  178. Anon[304]• 免责声明 说:
    @Katrinka

    你回答了这个问题! 我不知道有哪个南美国家会像在美国那样招待阿伯里/弗洛伊德类型的马戏团,而且他们中的许多人都有大量的黑人人口。

  179. Here’s the Vimeo link, in full, to the bodycam and dashcam footage of an earlier encounter between the rural Glynn County (GA) police and Mr. Arbery.

  180. “Travis McMichael was yelling, “Hey man, we just want to talk to you.” Pretty reasonable “accosting” if you ask me.”

    if they called t5he police they should have left it that. But they went the extra step. Ohhhh stop, me telling you I am just trying to talk to you after that chase with weapons in hand —

    I approach you with weapon in hand — absolutely incongruous, mixed message and unrealistic expectation.

    -----

    most of you don’t even seem to realize that even the police have limitations on detaining people. A citizen by the law and circumstance in this case loaded to bear — even less. It does not matter how many times I tell you I 2want to talk to you

    citizen to citizen, there is no duty to comply. And should I attempt to force the mat5ter — i have just committed a crime. Unlawful pursuit (stalking) unlawful attempt to detain and the person stalked and avoiding unlawful detention has every right to protect themselves from my threat.

    -------

    you do understand that on the issue of talking — even the police are prevented from coercing a conversation. One you indicate you have no desire to talk, that is it. conversation over. And should they detain you and you indicate you have no desire to talk. they have choices or obligations

    place you under arrest and state why

    or

    release you.

    Here the citizens in questions have no even witnessed a crime that rises to warrant for detention or arrest.

    • 回复: @PhilMuhCrevis
  181. @EliteCommInc.

    Burglary is entering a dwelling with intent to commit a crime therein.
    Obviously, no one can be 100% certain of another’s intent without reading his mind. So the law allows us to reasonably infer intent from the context. Here, Arbery had repeatedly trespassed in that same house, he had left quickly when spotted, and there had been thefts from the property. Even police had said he seemed to be a burglar and might be dangerous. So it was objectively reasonable to conclude that he’d committed burglary and was running away from that burglary. This fits Georgia’s citizen arrest statute perfectly. The McMichaels were 100% justified in pursuing him to make a citizen’s arrest, and in addition when Arbery attacked and grabbed the gun McMichael was holding at port arms (not threatening Arbery) McMichael had a perfect right to defend himself. No prosecutor could prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt that my version happened. That’s why multiple prosecutors declined to bring charges. The jury just didn’t care about any of the law or these facts – they convicted anyway, as happens in show trials.

  182. Correction “Here the citizens in question have not even witnessed a crime that rises to warrant for detention or arrest”

    ----

    ” . . . i.e. he was trying to get Arbery into a circumstance where law enforcement could take over the encounter”

    They had already done that when they called 911. Once “skin color” is removed from equation, there are no valid reasons for any attempt to detain, muchless bandy about weapons. The minute I show you a weaponry in acquiring compliance — that is the use of force.

    What concerns and surprises me in these conversations is that not many of you seem to know what your rights are or care . . .

  183. Richard B 说:
    @anonymous

    I agree with almost everything you wrote in both of your comments.

    我说 几乎 because, of course, there are exceptions. Though not enough to make a difference.

    In any event, my point was, even though most of what you wrote is true, Jewish Supremacy Inc., their black proxies and white women useful idiots are all still dependent on those white men, strong or weak, for pretty much everything.

    They are dependent on them for their sense of value, their sense of identity, and their livelihood, since they would have none of any of that without white men.

    True, that relationship is entirely negative, but it 具有 to exist for those three groups. That’s what I meant by their Pyrrhic Victory. They are destroying the very thing they are dependent on. People that doped in hate rarely think very carefully about the long-term.

    此外, 恋情 (if that’s what you want to call it) between white women and black men is not a happy one. Blacks guys know the white women are traitors and users and go with whoever has the power, no matter how blacks exploit that power. And, of course, their exploitation is as barbaric and as violent as one would expect.

    正如我喜欢说的, No Mercy For Mudsharks. And, apparently, blacks feel the same way about white women. Their behavior toward them is often merciless. Good!

  184. Ya but what about the “racist” texts?

    他们说了什么?

    Junebug? Picnic??

    Inquiring whites wanna know.

  185. “At no point did the McMichaels say “I am placing you (Arbery) under citizen’s arrest”. That’s a straw man argument.”

    Excuse me, but if you can find any comment where I make the assertion that they said this you are welcome to note. I did nit say they said that – not ever. I said that is what they intended to do. Though, had they actually said that, it may have shifted the focus away from the weapons to something else entirely. I don’t make any claims they said that – though perhaps they should have.

    You claim of straw man never happens.

    If you don’t have to the to the police, even after being arrested, I see know reason why you would have to speak to me about anything US citizen to US citizen. Seems to be tidal waves on people seeking to coerce speech these days, they will manufacture any free wheeling cause to do so.

    There’s a good reason why the initial law enforcement entities wanted to let this go. It embodies the worst of complications for law enforcement. What constitutes lawful detainment and or arrest. It is during these exchanges where things go wrong . . .

    • 回复: @PhilMuhCrevis
    , @Fhjhddhh
  186. @EliteCommInc.

    I approach you with weapon in hand — absolutely incongruous, mixed message and unrealistic expectation.

    I know this is a waste of time but I’m going to ask anyway.. Considering the obvious fact these 3 men had ample time to commit “premeditated 1st degree murder” (Lol) long before this knuckle dragger attacked the guy with the shotgun, is it safe to say that if somehow he’d have unarmed the man and used his own weapon to kill him with it you’d be fine with calling that a justifiable, self defense homicide?

  187. KenH 说:

    Trying to find information on Arbery’s criminal and very checkered past was difficult even using alternative search engines like DuckDuckGo. About 95% of the sources are pro-Arbery and anti-McMichaels and attacking the original prosecutors who believed they were acting lawfully, but this link has good information.

    https://www.conservativebusinessjournal.com/2021/11/ahmaud-arberys-extensive-criminal-record-blocked-by-judge/

    Arbery used jogging as a cover to commit crimes but the judge in the state trial excluded all evidence that would have aided the defense. So the jury thought that Arbery was a innocent tuxedo wearing negro with a shy smile.

    To his credit the judge also barred the jury from hearing past racist comments alleged to have been made by the defendants but previous “racist” statements made by the defendants should be irrelevant since it’s politically protected speech and they had no history of confronting any other negroes. Their alleged racist statements did not include the desire to do harm to negroes unlike the black nationalist who drove his SUV into a white crowd in Waukesha who’s twitter feed was filled with anti-white hatred.

    • 回复: @anarchyst
  188. @EliteCommInc.

    There’s a good reason why the initial law enforcement entities wanted to let this go. It embodies the worst of complications for law enforcement. What constitutes lawful detainment and or arrest. It is during these exchanges where things go wrong . . .

    Interesting you brought that up. The people I know that work in law enforcement would agree with you 100%. And the race of people they say are almost always the ones that cannot, or will comply with simple lawful commands are nig-grows. Seems it doesn’t matter who is trying to talk to or detain munts, to use your words, “It is during these exchanges where THINGS go wrong.” It’s their stupidity and inability to control their rage that so often leads to their own demise. Had he been upset and just yelled at the 3 idiots, I have no reason to believe that he’d have been killed that day. The premeditation and other hate nonsense were just lies installed to appease the 13.

    • 回复: @YesYesCircle
  189. WSG 说:
    @blueyedevil

    George Zimmerman did NOTHING wrong. He was a neighbor watchman keeping tabs on a suspicious orc. The orc jumped him. He blasted the fur off the beast. The world is now a better place. If we lived in sane times, these 3 men from Brunswick wouldn’t even have been charged. Once again, the world is a better place due to the removal of an orc from the gene pool.

    • 同意: YesYesCircle
  190. “I know this is a waste of time but I’m going to ask anyway.. Considering the obvious fact these 3 men had ample time to commit “premeditated 1st degree murder” (Lol) long before this knuckle dragger attacked the guy with the shotgun, is it safe to say that if somehow he’d have unarmed the man and used his own weapon to kill him with it you’d be fine with calling that a justifiable, self defense homicide?”

    I am not commenting on the specific charges, with some caution, I don’t think the gentlemen in question intended to kill anyone, but that is my take. But it made no sense to chase the gentleman down – especially with weapons. He was unarmed. What is clear is that their conduct exceeded what the law says is warrant.

    Now as to the counter factual — in the mind of the person being attacked having turned the tables, by taking the weapon, I am unclear what his state of mind would be. But as tragic as it might have been, it would not be unreasoned for him to place him in a state of self defense to ensure his own life, even if that meant killing al three men.

    you will have to explain to me, why the man being chased had to comply with three strangers with weapons and why he should not have considered his life at threat. i am just unclear what mandate you would be under to obey my commands under those circumstances.

    curious this expectation

    • 回复: @PhilMuhCrevis
  191. “George Zimmerman did NOTHING wrong.”

    according to neighborhood watch and the mandate to fo9llow police instruction — he did nothing right except call the police.

    • 巨魔: AceDeuce
  192. “Interesting you brought that up. The people I know that work in law enforcement would agree with you 100%. And the race of people they say are almost always the ones that cannot, or will comply with simple lawful commands are nig-grows.”

    Well, the reason they want to avoid the matter has more to do with the implications regarding their authority to detain citizens. And US citizens who are intent on standing on their rights are really a pain.

    And why most people just keep quiet. We have granted far more authority to avoid the hassle than is is actually required, I suspect. Hence the legalization of disrespect or respect whatever that is. Attitude being the optimum term. Given the number of police interactions with african americans

    https://reason.com/volokh/2020/06/06/how-adversarial-is-the-relationship-between-african-americans-and-the-police/

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    Note: nothing in comments advocates being disrespectful to anyone. But disrespect, attitude . . are not by definition violations of the law nor are they some unique attribute of black citizens of the US.

  193. anarchyst 说:
    @KenH

    干得好:

    14 年 2013 月 XNUMX 日,来自南乔治亚技术学院的安全摄像头视频显示,Arbery 先生为一位朋友提供了一把剪线钳作为武器,因为他、朋友和其他人正在等待另一群人出现。 当另一组人赶到时,阿伯里先生和其他人展开了激烈的战斗。 。

    3年2013月XNUMX日,格林县警察的报告显示,阿尔贝里先生非法将手枪藏在腰带中,并试图入场高中篮球比赛。 军官注意到枪的枪支从他的腰带伸出,并命令他停下来。 阿尔伯里先生从警察那里逃跑,导致两名警官受伤。 另一个原因是该人员在追赶Arbery先生时摔倒并受伤。 另外,警察局长报告说,在他追赶阿尔伯里先生的车时,阿尔伯里先生伸手摸腰,好像在寻找枪支。 警察最终包围了Arbery先生并对其进行了指控。 后来,他因重罪和轻罪被判有罪,包括枪支持有和阻塞。 …

    2018年911月,911音频显示Arbery先生的母亲Wanda Jones打电话给911,原因是Arbery先生拒绝为Jones女士提供汽车钥匙。 她从车内拨打电话,而Arbery先生站在车外。 在拨打XNUMX的电话中,她警告操作员Arbery先生的精神状况会随着时间的推移“升级”。 此外,琼斯女士还告诉军官,如果阿伯里先生与阿伯里先生过于对抗或试图逮捕他或将他拘留,他们可能会因为他们的精神病而与他们发生暴力冲突。

    5. 21年2018月XNUMX日,伯克县见证人报告和伯克县办公室的身体录像显示,阿尔贝里先生被一名待在家里的家庭母亲抓获,该母亲在他的后院里看着他看着车窗。 她打电话给警察,警察在他祖母的住所中找到了Arbery先生。 警察赶到,向Arbery先生发出侵入行为警告,告知他行为和行为。 当军官面对目击者的报告时,他撒谎说自己“在街上跑了”,然后变得好斗,对抗,并反复威胁说,如果他们不离开,他会“鞭打军官的屁股”。他一个人。 他没有被捕;

    6. 23年2018月XNUMX日,伯克县报告和伯克县官员的尸体视频显示,伯克县治安官办公室在空置的流动房屋中面对着Arbery先生和两名少年。 阿尔伯里先生在当局面对时跑了出去。 后来他被捕并撒谎,说当他被问到要搬进移动房屋时,他正要逃跑。 当他获得合法命令停车时,他被控轻罪阻挠。

    7. 1年2018月XNUMX日,格林县官员的尸体视频显示,阿贝里先生因进入商店并试图偷电视而被重罪入店,被逮捕,起诉和定罪。

    8.在2019年和2020年,目击者访谈显示,阿贝里先生被自己的邻居看到,他从窗户上移开了屏幕,并试图通过窗户进入他们的家中。 当邻居面对他的行为和举止时,他显得“紧张或激动”并“试图弄清楚该去哪里”。 然后他说他有兴趣购买这所房子,但“放弃了奔跑。 “第二次,房主观察到阿伯里先生试图通过一扇门进入。 他们再次试图与Arbery先生交谈,但他什么也不会说话,他只是逃跑了。

    9.在2019年和2020年,当地便利店见证人的采访显示,阿尔伯里先生因其反复的举止和举止而闻名,被称为“慢跑者”。在被抓住之前就耗尽了; 和

    10. 2020年,目击者的手机视频显示,阿尔贝里先生在一家便利店被雇员面对,了解他的盗窃行为和行为。 Arbery先生对盗窃行为一corner不振,选择与在附近卡车停靠站工作的一名男子作斗争,试图对付他。

    3.律师认为,以下额外行为是23年2020月24日事件所固有的,并解释了为何Arbery先生竞选以及Travis和Greg McMichael为何追究Arbery先生,因此不受OCGA通知要求的约束。 §4-404-31.1(b)和USCR XNUMX,律师出于谨慎的考虑将它们包括在本通知中:

    1. 25年2019月220日,位于Satilla Drive XNUMX号的家庭监控录像在夜间和黑暗中捕获了Arbery先生,捕获了内部财产和其中的贵重物品;

    2. 18年2019月220日,位于Satilla Drive XNUMX处的家庭监控录像在夜间和黑暗中捕获了Arbery先生,捕获了内部财产和其中的贵重物品;

    3. 11年2020月911日,见证人证词,220录音和位于萨蒂亚大道XNUMX号的家庭监控录像详细说明了Arbery先生在晚上再次拉拢内部和外部财产及贵重物品,并在警察被召唤后开了枪。

    • 回复: @Cauchemar du Singe
    , @KenH
  194. @EliteComminc.

    绅士

    That’s funny.. A criminal record that went back to 2012 that had to be quashed so as to not taint the jury pool, and you think he was a model citizen. He was a thug and a thief, did he deserve to die? I’d say no.. But his actions caused his own death, because like so many of these “hard” gangsta’s he wasn’t going to let whitey diss him come hell or high water. Stupid is stupid, on both sides of this story to be sure.

    I never said he had to comply. He could have argued or even yelled at them, but again, when he attacked the guy with the gun, he killed himself. I’m not saying the one man doesn’t belong in prison, I say he does, but not for 1st degree premeditated murder which in my opinion was fabricated to appease the 13%. The other two should have never been charged.

  195. “Here you go:”

    There was no evidence that day, or at any other time that the gentleman in question engaged in any
    criminal activity that warranty the conduct of his pursuers that day.

    • 巨魔: anarchyst
  196. @Frank Walus

    Late 90’s-early 2000’s, one could kick a negros ass that was caught attempting to steal in the night. Been there. Done that over a \$1,200.00 mountain bike.

    But, there was no witnesses, no cell phones, just a pos Crack head. Once caught he just wanted to escape. And go find a soft target, easy score.

  197. If there’s a next time, and there will be, us White Guys should take the knee grow out back to the woodshed. Crack that coconut open. Wood shampoo.

    Just don’t shoot an innocent, un armed Dindu.

  198. @anarchyst

    The legalistic travesty of “the Arbury case” is overdue to be overturned and pressed by really savage defense attorneys.
    The guys that represernted Sandman and Rittenhouse should be retained by crowdfunding to advance an appeal demanding admission of previously barred evidence and the extensive criminal record of the “jogger”, first instance defense incompetence and change of venue; also, no BLAK professional race hustlers allowed in court, or on courthouse grounds.

  199. @beavertales

    You may be right. That’s probably what they were attempting to do. It’s just that they went about it wrong. They, (pardon my language), fucked up.

    Should’ve just stayed in the trucks, and maybe follow while observing the Dindus direction and movements. While staying on the phone with dispatch.

  200. Fhjhddhh 说:
    @EliteCommInc.

    Others trespassed, and the owner called the cops on them, too. arbery was the ONLY repeat customer.

  201. “That’s funny.. A criminal record that went back to 2012 that had to be quashed so as to not taint the jury pool, and you think he was a model citizen. He was a thug and a thief, did he deserve to die . . .”

    好,

    I appreciate the US ideals, so the idea that someone deserves to die based on our current system is more than a tad dubious.

    But there’s no skipping the a central issue here at least one of them. The gentlemen in question simply had no warrant to do what they did, save calling the police.

    -----------
    “He could have argued or even yelled at them, but again, when he attacked the guy with the gun, he killed himself. ”

    This simply cannot be overstated, they simply had no choices here but to defend himself. He could have done that by yelling, talking, bit by any measure they were attacking him and they were doing so outside of the scope of the law. The tactic of removing the preceding events of that encounter are all relevant.

    What any of these did yesterday was not, save to evidenced. If one were looking at a robbery, previous robberies might be relevant. But there is no robbery here. In fact on that property, there are no robberies related to the man being chased down. So in looking at the matter related, i.e, the response to other trespassers — singling out this one because he looked like so and so is simply not enough to warrant a detainment by the men in question.

    I make no light of their predicament – none. But their choices here are extreme and unwarranted.

    All three men engaged in a pursuit that was illegal, and none of them attempted to dissuade the same.

    -

    Even without the video, the matter demanded further investigation, because their story is contradicted by the evidence.

    • 回复: @Philmuhcrevis
  202. Fhjhddhh 说:
    @EliteCommInc.

    Was the “point of exhaustion” 50 yards from the McMichaels, when arbery turned to double back to them, or was it after running those 50 yards and grabbing the shotgun from the wrong end?

  203. Fhjhddhh 说:
    @EliteCommInc.

    The McMichaels had a right to talk to arbery, but arbery had no obligation to talk to them. arbery DID have an obligation not to try to steal Travis’ gun and shoot him with it , an obligation he failed to meet.

  204. KenH 说:
    @anarchyst

    Good work. I had read some of his police blotter on VDare and other sites last year but couldn’t find it when I went looking today.

    I think the December 3, 2013 case Arbery actually assaulted the arresting officers similar to what he tried to do to Travis McMichael. At least that’s what I remember reading from a link to a local Georgia news site last year.

    He was prowling around the McMichael’s neighborhood for several months before they finally confronted him. It seems Arbery had fled several times previously and the police were unable to catch him, so I understand why the McMichaels had had enough and attempted a citizen’s arrest. I wouldn’t feel safe with Arbery prowling around at night either.

  205. @EliteCommInc.

    This simply cannot be overstated, they simply had no choices here but to defend himself. He could have done that by yelling, talking, bit by any measure they were attacking him and they were doing so outside of the scope of the law. The tactic of removing the preceding events of that encounter are all relevant.

    Do enjoy lying? Yeah they followed him, but the only attack that took place was by the dead moron. The other 3 are merely alive morons, stupid enough to think that following a munt was going to lead to something positive. I also like how you edited out my quote that I didn’t believe he deserved to die. I know this though, his death albeit tragic for his family probably saved the life of someone else down the road just based on looking at his track record. Much like the prosecution using “reasonable inference” to read the minds of the convicted, I’m doing the same with the dead thug.

    • 回复: @YesYesCircle
  206. “Burglary is entering a dwelling with intent to commit a crime therein.
    Obviously, no one can be 100% certain of another’s intent without reading his mind. So the law allows us to reasonably infer intent from the context. ”

    Uhhh there is not way to know , minus the conduct and therefore why the requires seeing the actual act. No the law does not, he is not carrying anything that even hints at intent. He’s walking around as others have walked around. Maybe does rise to the standard.
    “prowling around: yet not a single contact, no police report of said prowling, no report of robberies save one, a missing weapon from a vehicle several months prior

    Frankly, there’s not even a clear reading that the previous images were actually him. The home owner makes no complaints of anyone . . .

    -

    not by by means of any coercion. And he is well within his to say no, not interested, avoid any contact with them whatsoever.

    -

    hence the dance about the gentleman’s past record.

    • 回复: @EliteCommInc.
    , @anarchyst
  207. @EliteCommInc.

    I just took a peek at something regarding the trail . . . according to police the only people acting in a suspicious manner beyond the trespass were

    one male and on another occasion one male and on a different occasion a male and female carrying a large bag – who did not appear to live in the neighborhood and were

    – even the officer who had been called out the location more than once stated — he would warned the trespassers — he doesn’t even mention givi8ng anyone a citation.

    It is further troubling that the men saw him while he was already running/jogging not even at the residence in question – they gave chase because he looked like . . . said person — so its not even an intent to question someone they saw actually trespassing —-

    • 回复: @Fhjhddhh
  208. “Troll: anarchyst, Automatic Slim”

    As deep and thought provoking as the above is — it remains irrelevant.

  209. Jack P 说:
    @Jeremy Frett

    DeSantis ain’t going there, except *也许* at the end of a second term. And that’s doubtful. But he does seem to “get it” – at least to an extent. Maybe he’d help out the video guy.

    I agree this is a travesty, and the biggest travesty of all is that a white jury did the railroading. In South Georgia. With armed blacks outside. And with a Republican leadership in Georgia that literally did the bidding of BLM! Such pathetic people we have become.

    • 同意: Cauchemar du Singe
  210. Jack P 说:
    @Rob W.

    This. Lots of room in this country. We create and defend our own societies. Wherever we can. And we’re taking the suburbs back too.

  211. Fhjhddhh 说:
    @EliteCommInc.

    It’s interesting that the “jogger” was on video several times at and near the house, but only seemed to “jog”away from the house, never toward it. It’s called “fleeing”

  212. “It’s interesting that the “jogger” was on video several times at and near the house, but only seemed to “jog”away from the house, never toward it. It’s called “fleeing”

    I think you skirting the point here. The suggesion by the gentleman ntebnding to detain was t
    that they saw him trespass. But that is not what they describe at all. They saw him jogging by — or running, so their pursuit does not even include seeing the a trespasss, further removing any warrant to pursue for any reason.

    He would not be considered in flight until the pursuit. There is no indication he had knowledge of them while ion th proiperty that might have prompted him to flee. So its clear he was jogging running regardless of being at the property. Based on the descriptuion by the men in question, they did not encounter him oin the property or nar the property, but saw him as he jogged, ran down the street.

    Clearly at some point he fled, no doubt. But that was not until the actual encounter with the gentlemen in question. There were no other pursuers, so it seems unlikely that his actions were indicative of some manner flight from something. He apparently looked around and then headed out.

    There suspicions are not at an issue. The pursuit is. The pursuit with weapons in hand. And clearly the gentleman they were chasing down was in legitimate fear of his person/life.

    As far as ui am concerned you can own an M1 tank, but if how you operate causes harm, that is on you. I have no issues with gun ownership, but if you use said weapon in an attempt to corce cooperaton minus a warrant — that is on you.

    I remain befuddled by their choices.

  213. @Observator

    非常欢迎你和黑人一起生活,Dian Fossey。 我选择远离他们……还有你。

    • 回复: @WSG
  214. @Philmuhcrevis

    There is something White people don’t understand about blacks that I do, having lived around them for decades. Blacks do not care for their family members. The fake tears in front of the camera next to Crump is for extortion only. What parent is Ok with their 11 year old not being home until 3:00am, roaming the streets? Black mothers DO NOT give a shit about their children. They are ONLY concerned with finding another man.

    Black women getting abortions actually laugh in the clinics. This was before the Internet and attention whore social media. Can you imagine how they behave now?

    With the exception of a tiny fraction of blacks, the far majority are like this.

    • 回复: @Detroit Refugee
  215. @PhilMuhCrevis

    If the criminal jogger would have said, “hey, I’m just heading back home” and turn around and went back home, nothing would have happened to him.

    But no, low IQ, low impulse control and violent joggers have to attack. JFC, how did that race ever survive given how utterly useless they are?

  216. @anonymous

    All races in the USA believe the USA should rule the world. It’s naive to think it’s only the Whites.

    Most supremacists who want to rule the USA are Jewish White Supremacists although Jews are only 2.1% of the population (dropping to 1.8% of 18 year olds). Don’t forget the vicious racist discrimination by the Jewish run Ivy League against Asian and non-Jewish European Americans.

    Jews didn’t expect any competitive ability from Blacks and Latin Americans. As Latin Americans become increasingly successful, they’ll be targetted as enemies too. There aren’t enough smart African immigrants to change much so there’s a pretence that Hindu Indians are just the same as a traditional US Black. That can’t last because smart and well educated Indian migrants are very successful in any country. Even their not so smart do well in small businesses. They’re not a people anybody can keep down without severe repression.

    An alliance of the Jews, Blacks and the religious fanatics of the Church of Woke has no long term political future. Ask Tulsi Gabbard, Senator Kennedy or even a racist but realist like Al Sharpton. How many Yanks really support castrating their sons and cutting the breasts off their daughters? Normal Yanks don’t hate their kids that much if they’re actively homosexual, let alone if they fear they might be when they enter puberty. [电子邮件保护]

  217. “Black women getting abortions actually laugh in the clinics. This was before the Internet and attention whore social media. Can you imagine how they behave now?’

    And white women: apparently shout, laugh and celebrate t5heir murders o9f children in the womb. Flippancy regarding the murder of children is not color specific.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/its-aborted-woman-celebrates-her-abortion-with-cake-and-party-brags-on-twitter

    https://www.globalnea.com/woman-who-holds-record-for-most-abortions-celebrate-her-100th-abortion-at-38/

    https://shoutyourabortion.com/

    • 回复: @AceDeuce
  218. anarchyst 说:
    @EliteCommInc.

    您的声明:

    “Burglary is entering a dwelling with intent to commit a crime therein.
    Obviously, no one can be 100% certain of another’s intent without reading his mind. So the law allows us to reasonably infer intent from the context. ”

    ……表面上可笑。

    Example: A criminal breaks into your home. By your reasoning, you do not know his “intent” so, by your way of thinking, you would not be permitted to defend yourself or even attempt to “take him down” or prevent him from stealing your possessions because you cannot “read his mind”. You would allow the criminal to do whatever he wants without interference from you because you cannot “read his mind”.

    You, my friend are “full of (sh)it”.

    As to Arbery himself, the “Brunswick Three” did their community and society at-large a favor by “taking out the garbage”, unfortunately at the cost of their own lives and freedom.

  219. You are skewing, mischar4acterizing what took place. There was no break in per se, though tecnically f you want to call it that — i guess it works. There was no one else at the dwelling. There was no threat to anyone in the space, there was no property damage, the gentleman walked in and walked out upon leaving — and no one saw him enter the property. The three gentleman in question did not see him enter the dwelling nor did they see him leave —

    in otherwords they did not even see a trespass.

    and as that is the case, they had no justification to detain him in any manner. i have posted the statute for citizens arrest or detention — one has to have witnesed the conduct in question, and it does not include trespassing

    Because the men did not even witness the trespasss, intent should be off the table — even the after the fact video reveals nothing about intent to burglagarize anyone
    -------

    If the home owner wanted to press charges of trespass I am sure he could. But a case fo0r theft would largely hull and void. Based on the video

  220. “Example: A criminal breaks into your home. By your reasoning, you do not know his “intent” so, by your way of thinking, you would not be permitted to defend yourself or even attempt to “take him down” or prevent him from stealing your possessions because you cannot “read his mind”. You would allow the criminal to do whatever he wants without interference from you because you cannot “read his mind”.”

    your description is entirely nonsensical — nothing that you describe is pertinent to what occurred.

    laugh . . . if someone enters your home without permission (in nearly every circumstance), one is automatically in the right to act in defense of self, others or property.

    That scenario has nothing in common to the incidents that took place regarding all four men.

  221. “Do enjoy lying? Yeah they followed him, but the only attack that took place was by the dead moron. The other 3 are merely alive morons, stupid enough to think that following a munt was going to lead to something positive. ”

    The gentleman in question saw a gentleman running/jogging, to them he looked someone they saw in a previous video trespassing, they immediately grabbed their weapons and gave chase —

    they had no cause to give chase, they did not witness a crime at the time, running, jogging, walking, dancing, sauntering, shuffling, meandering , unless otherwise noted, are not crimes warranting detention by anyone.

    They brandished their weap0ns to coerce compliance — that is the use of force and considered a violent act, not to mention the pursuit is a violent act. Everything they did exceeded not just the law, but basic prudence — from the moment he became aware that he was being pursued by the gentlemen with guns, he could absolutely reasonably conclude he was at threat of violence and the pursuit is absolutely violence. There is no evidence of flight until, the pursuit — he fleeing an attack on his person. At some point tired of running, he approached by a gentleman brandishing a firearm — whether too tired to run or simply deciding to stand his ground from the obvious threat he attempts to remove the shotgun from the equation — reasonable and not at all without merit.

    I was thinking about an earlier comment regarding his choices — and I had quite a laugh, because the suggestion that he could yell at them is certainly accurate, but upon reflection, the history of an african american citizens raising his voice to any white usually does not bode or end well for said african american. The age old image of “angry black man”

    Sure that is a reasonable choice, but hardly a defense given the seriousness of the circumstances. I am not sure how one survives in a world in which so many legal choices are catch-22’s.

    ---------

    i fully acknowledge that none of the below is relevant to the incident in question

    As for the irrelevant material regarding the police — I am sure there is video, but I am no longer impressed by police claims of being attacked by african americans as though there is some natural trigger .. . no this is standard police conduct, and reporting that works because we as a nation have some propagandized the black male population that of course — the officers never overreact or instigate issues. They don’t lie in police reports, exaggerate, taint witness testimony, even plant witnesses . . .

    and here I thought the the last several years have actually been object lessons to why government authority should be on a shirt leash. nothing wrong with law enforcement, but their interest as members of government are pressed by the desire for expedience and avoiding law suits —.

  222. follyofwar 说:
    @KenH

    Ken, after commercials, Tucker only has about 40 minutes of broadcast time. He, along with his staff of writers, must choose which few stories to cover daily. I don’t know if it’s true or not that he never mentioned the McMichael case in a previous program. If he hasn’t, shame on him. But he sure hasn’t been afraid to go against the rest of the media lies regarding the Chauvin travesty of justice, which also created a “shit storm” and was all about race. Tucker is very used to being in the middle of racial shit storms and has survived them all thus far. So, I doubt if he’s afraid to talk about the McMichael “hate crime” verdict. I hope he mentions it this week. But that federal verdict DID come down the week that Tucker was on vacation, a fact that Derbyshire overlooks.

    • 回复: @KenH
  223. Anonymous[181]• 免责声明 说:

    Another example of how the people defending these three don’t know even the basics of the laws they cite is the claim in the beginning of the comments that a governor could pardon these three. In Georgia the governor does not pardon you. Georgia is one of 9 states that has a board of pardons and paroles and that board has that exclusive power. Members of that board are appointed to staggered seven year terms and they are each subject to confirmation by the Georgia state senate. My point bringing that up is that there is no way you are going to get an entire board of Steve Bannon worshipping Trumpers all on the board at once who would give these three a pardon.

  224. AceDeuce 说:
    @EliteCommInc.

    And white women: apparently shout, laugh and celebrate t5heir murders o9f children in the womb. Flippancy regarding the murder of children is not color specific.

    Welp, Mr. Blowhard, one of the biggest problems that we have in this country is that, for the past 30 years or so, young Whites have taken up the manners and morals of niggros. Essentially, 80% or more of White kids are niggros without the built in excuses. Loud, ignorant, lazy, rude, immoral, amoral. Those rappers who said that they were going to take control of White kids were right.

    Funny that niggrows have always been paranoid about being turned into Whites (As if. You can’t turn dogschitt into a brownie) when the real problem is Whites under 50 who have basically turned into niggros.

  225. “Welp, Mr. Blowhard, one of the biggest problems that we have in this country is that, for the past 30 years or so, young Whites have taken up the manners and morals of niggros. Essentially, 80% or more of White kids are niggros without the built in excuses. Loud, ignorant, lazy, rude, immoral, amoral. Those rappers who said that they were going to take control of White kids were right.”

    oyyyy . . . and veh! Seems a rather dubious claim that white women are imitating black women on celebrating the murder of children in the womb. sadly, and your press is not all that important to me. Murdering a child is a serious and that anyone celebrates it is tragic.

    But as i recall the very policy of legalizing child murder was advanced by whites in Texas. I am unaware of any such movement as part of the civil rights struggle related to concerns of blacks citizens. But that african americans have fo9llowed suit is tragic and they do so of their own accord. i won’t blame white women for the choices made by black women to follow them in murdering children in the womb.

    They above all in the country should reject the idea of redefining humaness for the purpose of abuse, inhuman property and disposal. They will have to own that choice to murder – the number one killer of black citizens in the US.

    悲惨

  226. @YesYesCircle

    I’ll admit I have zero knowledge of how black women behave or act in the lobby of an abortion clinic. That’s something I never wanna see.

    But I do know for fact, what you’re saying about their “youth” running wild all night in the streets is true.

    Just yesterday a 12 year old was shot on a Detroit street, in a “robbery gone wrong”.

    Every single night, on FOX2DETROIT.com and/or 7ACTION NEWS DETROIT.com proves how little blacks care.

  227. Nat X 说:
    @beavertales

    “Arbery knew”
    “Arbery was casing”

    And who are you incel Miss Cleo???
    Those 3 piece of shit Barney Fife yts about to get dey bums stretched lol! I heard, from a reliable source, that the BGF gonna turn the shooter into a prison prostitute. Gingers are high value hos in the Georgia chaingang.

  228. JR Ewing 说:
    @WingsofADove

    I think the first DA made a huge mistake in not prosecuting the younger McMichael for involuntary manslaughter and the father for accessory.

    This mistake allowed the national media attention to go from a murmur to a scream. We see the result.

    That’s a very good point that I hadn’t considered. By not prosecuting them, it drew even more attention on the case that eventually led to them being railroaded.

    There still would have been some attention, but it would have died out more quickly without the outrage over there being no charges at all.

    • 同意: Jeffrey Freeman
  229. @Nat X

    Thanks for proving yet again that nig thoughts generally revolve around “muh dik.”
    God, it must suck to be a member of the over-sexed and under-intelligent race. But I guess it’s easier to bash whitey than try to improve yourselves. Watching local news right now and it is just story after story of black crime and dysfunction.

    • 同意: AceDeuce, Detroit Refugee
    • 回复: @Detroit Refugee
    , @Nat X
  230. A woman walks into her rabbis office. She is distraught, the kids, the dog, the house cleaning, her husband, the bills are just too much. For several weeks he ]r sessions ware a repeat of the same complaints the woman is at her wits end . . . on the fifth week she utterly beside herself with worry, anger and frustration.

    The rabbi says to her, I have a solution. But she has to do what he prescribes to the letter. So he says, this week, I want you to bring a five live chickens in your home and care for it. The next week, the woman has hair loss, , she’s pale . . . exhausted. She wails and that matters are worse with the chicken. The rabbi listens and then says, now go home and add a horse into the household and care for it . . .the next week the woman is shaking uncontrollably, the horse has upended everything . . . the rabbi sys, now i want you to go home and and add a talking parrot. That next week . . . the woman arrives in a wheel chair , , , barely coherent. The rabbi says to her, now there is one final thing i want you to do

    go home and take out the parrot, the horse, the chicken — remove them from the house.

    The next week, the woman waltzes into the rabbis office singing dancing and praising her home her children — how wonderfully things are . . .

    There are some 48 million black citizens in the US ,. . . . if you focus on the 4% percent of those that exhibit dysfunction — that will be what you see. You will of course miss the 96 percent or so . . who are just living out their lives like whites.

    maybe watch less urban news.

    just to avoid the inevitable: the rabbi could be a priest, pastor, a counselor . . .

  231. MEH 0910 说:

    https://vdare.com/radio-derb/prosecutorial-spite-making-trump-a-victim-and-sanctuary-city-mayors-no-more-illegals-etc

    https://www.johnderbyshire.com/Opinions/RadioDerb/2022-08-12.html

  232. WSG 说:
    @YesYesCircle

    These frauds are almost never willing to put their “beliefs” into practical application. The few that do generally end up like Amy Biehl.

  233. KenH 说:
    @follyofwar

    Ken, after commercials, Tucker only has about 40 minutes of broadcast time

    Not to quibble but Tucker has lost a lot of advertisers due to his “white nationalist” content so many times his show is 45-50 minutes.

    If Tuck doesn’t want to include the McMichael’s saga on his normal broadcast then he can do a special about it like he did for Jan 6th “insurrection/erection” and Kyle Rittenhouse where he can interview family members and people in the neighborhood about the crime problem, Arbery’s many visits and previous calls to 911 about Arbery. He can also speak to the original prosecutors who believed the McMichaels to be acting fully within applicable Georgia statutes.

    But he sure hasn’t been afraid to go against the rest of the media lies regarding the Chauvin travesty of justice, which also created a “shit storm”

    But that story included 2-3 non-white officers so that gave Tucker some cover.

    I think Tucker’s done the political and racial calculus on the McMichael’s/Arbery case and feels it isn’t worth the fallout.

    • 回复: @Jack P
  234. martin_2 说:
    @EliteCommInc.

    He is clearly afraid for his safety and reasonably so. His defense — his violence is completely reasonable given his attackers behavior.

    I think a reasonable person will agree that the McMichaels were by no means completely innocent, and that since their actions led to the death of a man, therefore they should be punished. OTOH a reasonable person will also agree that their punishment is unjust, and they have been sacrificed to a mob. I thought that the unique characteristic of white people was their desire to be fair. This isn’t fair. How whites can tolerate this I don’t know. What will be the straw that breaks the camel’s back?

    • 同意: Philmuhcrevis
  235. “OTOH a reasonable person will also agree that their punishment is unjust, and they have been sacrificed to a mob. I thought that the unique characteristic of white people was their desire to be fair. This isn’t fair. How whites can tolerate this I don’t know. What will be the straw that breaks the camel’s back?”

    I have stated my views on “hate crimes” in my first or second comments on this subject.

    On fairness in the system, without taking anything away from the concerns in this case. The african american population has done a fairly extensive job of documenting how unfair the system can operate. it might be a good idea to review their findings.

    As for the mob, the black commu8nity has yet to catch up with the record of whites storming jails, homes, businesses, schools, homes even churches. I was disappointed to learn that the cases since the 1960’s of so called black rioting to this day has nothing on the unbecoming conduct of whites in the other direction. The black population has had to repair and buy new camels unceasingly.

    Note: I am not excusing violence, just the opposite — the country has tolerated that violence as long as it was against african americans and law enforcement and the justice system were participants. Fortunately the gentleman in question had no late night visitations or jail storming blacks. You say the system is unfair, I think a large portion of the black community would agree with you.

    That is how we got “hate crimes” legislation and BLM and, etc. etc. The record is very clear.

    • 回复: @anarchyst
  236. @spacewonderer

    Know what else must suck?
    Being such a lowlife POS, that you aspire to elevate to the status of Fleece Johnson “The Booty Warrior”.

    That piece of garbage is a hero to young knee grows males.

    • 回复: @Nat X
  237. anarchyst 说:
    @EliteCommInc.

    ALL crimes are “hate crimes” especially since a “crime” is defined as unjustly affecting the life or lives of another or more.
    “Hate crime” laws are unconstitutional as they provide “enhancements” to already standing statutory punishments because of a person’s “thoughts”, not his actions.
    “Hate crime” enhancements to punishments should be abolished and outlawed. This also includes prosecution for violations of “civil-rights”.
    Punishing a person for his “thoughts” 永远都不行。
    All one has to do is observe the draconian punishments for those who believe in “holocaust” revisionism in many countries, Canada included.
    对于那些说 “it can’t happen here”, it is already occurring.
    In many states, in order for an individual or business to be awarded a state contract, the individual or business must sigh a statement swearing fealty to a foreign country–israel.

    • 同意: geokat62, mark green
    • 回复: @KenH
  238. KenH 说:
    @anarchyst

    Punishing a person for his “thoughts” is never OK.

    Couldn’t agree more and it was the ADL who spearheaded the movement to make politically incorrect speech before or during a crime a “hate crime”. If a white guy uses racial epithets while he’s assaulting a black guy that’s politically protected speech. You punish the assault but not the speech but hate crimes do both.

    Thanks to judicial activism hate crimes have now officially expanded to include politically incorrect speech or racial epithets you uttered months and years before a crime or visiting heterodox websites.

  239. “ALL crimes are “hate crimes” especially since a “crime” is defined as unjustly affecting the life or lives of another or more.”

    好,

    all crimes are not hate crimes –

    but it is clear you did not read my comments on the issue of hate crimes.

    i see no hard connections between the incident in question and the holocaust, so i won’t speak to that.

  240. Jack P 说:
    @KenH

    It’s not just Tucker. Basically no prominent person on the right has pointed out the injustice done to these men. They say they oppose BLM but won’t touch the sacred cows. Not at all.

  241. all crimes are not hate crimes –

    We know this though for a fact, “hate crimes” are almost always reserved for Whitey. As a matter of fact I cannot recall the last time I saw a filthy violent munt charged with a hate crime, not to say it doesn’t happen but the lamestream lying media damn sure doesn’t seem to be concerned with reporting on them. A perfect example of a nig-grow hate crime was the three “teen” munts that attacked and kicked the head of a 70 year old Asian woman in an apartment lobby. Media covered it for about 10 seconds and poof, gone like a fart in the wind. One thing that is patently obvious is the clear, raw hatred that oozes from the black community today, whether it’s hating cops, hating whites, or hating the fact that by and large they bring nothing to the table in a first world society, it without a doubt runs rampant in their culture. Yet ignorant guilt riddled cucks still think they’re a valued asset to society when in reality what they excel at is cultural and societal fatigue.

    • 同意: Achmed E. Newman
  242. Nat X 说:
    @Detroit Refugee

    Dont u have a tiki torch march to go to incel?

    • 回复: @Detroit Refugee
  243. “We know this though for a fact, “hate crimes” are almost always reserved for Whitey. As a matter of fact I cannot recall the last time I saw a filthy violent munt charged with a hate crime, not to say it doesn’t happen but the lamestream lying media damn sure doesn’t seem to be concerned with reporting on them.”

    You know I was researching this topic long before the cite existed. And i am sure, that the first prosecution of a het crime was an african american youth, in Ca. At any rate your comment is incorrect about who gets prosecuted.

    https://www.newsweek.com/hate-crimes-documented-police-disproportionately-list-black-people-attackers-report-1613945

    https://www.justice.gov/hatecrimes/hate-crime-statistics

    • 回复: @mark green
    , @Philmuhcrevis
  244. Nat X 说:
    @spacewonderer

    “nig thoughts”

    ROTFLMBAO!!!
    You deplorable pasty faced incels are brave on line aint you sweetie???

  245. mark green 说:
    @EliteCommInc.

    ‘Hate crimes’ were designed to target whites. But you apparently refuse to believe this.

    According to the DOJ link that you provided (https://www.justice.gov/hatecrimes/hate-crime-statistics) over 51% of Hate crimes were committed by Whites and only 22% by Blacks. This is absurd.

    These statistics are impossible to take seriously. Not only do Black Americans commit most of our nation’s (recorded) murders and assaults, but most of our interracial violence (though a good deal of it goes unreported.)

    These ADL-engineered statistics concerning ‘Hate crimes’ underscore the political design and nature of all ‘Hate crime’ statutes. The Jews invented ‘Hate speech’ penalties and now it’s getting worse with enhanced punishment for saying the wrong word during a fight.

    • 谢谢: anarchyst
    • 回复: @AceDeuce
  246. “根据您提供的 DOJ 链接(https://www.justice.gov/hatecrimes/hate-crime-statistics) 超过 51% 的仇恨犯罪是由白人犯下的,只有 22% 是由黑人犯下的。 这是荒谬的。”

    研究表明黑人因仇恨犯罪被起诉怎么样?我不会解决 FBI 和 DOJ 之间的差异

    两者都表明这件事不仅仅针对白人,这符合我的观点。 但是欺负你,你实际上阅读了材料——尽管你完全没有抓住重点。

  247. @EliteCommInc.

    You know I was researching this topic long before the cite existed.

    谎言#1

    And i am sure, that the first prosecution of a het crime was an african american youth, in Ca.

    谎言#2

    At any rate your comment is incorrect about who gets prosecuted.

    Lie # 3

    And your ridiculous article, that clearly states that blacks are disproportionately represented as attackers is yet another lie. “Disproportionately” alludes to the notion there is something out of proportion in regards to who’s doing what. Nig-grows far and away attack and murder people at higher rates everywhere. Cops don’t just go out willy nilly and arrest people based on skin color you dolt. They respond to either what they see, or what they’re told by the people asking for help. But by all means keep on believing we’re all gods chillens, and we’re all alike. I’m sure the people that fled Detroit, Philly and Baltimore would agree with you.

    • 谢谢: Detroit Refugee
  248. “你知道我早在引用出现之前就在研究这个话题了。”

    我认为仇恨犯罪立法是在 1996 年或更早颁布的。 那时我已经在教书了,仇恨犯罪的讨论已经开始了

    “而且我敢肯定,第一个被起诉的人是加利福尼亚州的一名非裔美国青年”

    我很确定这是准确的,我可能是不正确的,但我认为是的。 如果有时间我会继续寻找那个网站。

    “无论如何,你对谁被起诉的评论是不正确的。”

    你的评论是这样的立法被用来解释或只起诉“白人”。 我的回应是引用的参考资料表明这件事并没有单独用于对付白人。 我什至在一篇不同于 FBI 的文章中提供了一些统计数据——想象一下,我几乎不是一个新的提供者,提供的信息可以说明两种观点。 然而,你错过了更大的一点

    - 黑人被起诉 - 正如记录所表明的那样,这是第三次这样做

    是重点。

    我不知道你在不受支持的指控清单下方的荒谬反驳是什么意思。 我不会发表任何评论或争论,甚至暗示你在说什么。 文章内容有问题——请与作者讨论。 名字——再一次,这不是什么新鲜事。

    请原谅我在这里的轻率。 . . 非裔美国人到处杀死更多的人

    不在怀俄明州——笑。

    ----
    “警察不会随便出去,根据你的肤色逮捕人。 他们要么回应他们所看到的,要么回应寻求帮助的人告诉他们的。 但无论如何都要继续相信我们都是神一样的人,我们都是一样的。 我相信逃离底特律、费城和巴尔的摩的人会同意你的看法。”

    我将避免上述大部分引用,因为我不知道它的含义,它与我声称的任何内容或我提出的论点无关。 由于犯罪行为、民事功能障碍或社会越轨行为,世界上几乎所有人都逃离了他们面临风险的地区。 如果他们可以移动,他们通常会设法这样做——这是人类现象,而不是某种智慧的白色标志。

    ---

    我确实倾向于认为人类实际上是上帝的创造物——如果你愿意,孩子们

    你有我,我确实朝那个方向倾斜。 至于你的其他评论

    我仍然在数据支持的地方。

    • 回复: @EliteCommInc.
  249. @Nat X

    Shouldn’t you be back in your cell, engaging in unprotected anal sex with a dirty black?

  250. I have claimed or arguments I have made. Almost all people all of the world flee areas in which they are at risk as the result of criminal conduct, civil dysfunction or social deviance.

    Amazing, I finally agree with something where at least you tried to tell the truth. Now, if you can be honest about why Whites and every other person’s with the intelligence and means fled the cities I mentioned (many others as well) maybe we can be onto something that might even ever so slightly be the beginnings of your trip to reality. Watch the comedy clip of Chris Rock and his description of American “Niggaz”, his word, not mine for some educational information that White’s are not allowed to mention without losing everything they’ve ever worked for.

    Everything in that last reply is pretty much like everything else you write here, unrealistic horse shit. Hundreds of words that either cannot or will not even remotely come to terms with what is happening right under our noses, yet some just dismiss as racially bigoted, disinformation. Think I’m full of shit? Put your money where your ignorance is and move to East St. Louis, a (used to be) quaint little town about 15 miles west of another once decent place to live, Belleville Illinois. I hear in both places real estate has become quite affordable, so money shouldn’t be a problem with your relocation.. Write us some more drivel a year after your move so you can tell us how your gentrification effort is working out.

  251. @EliteCommInc.

    重要的是要注意,仇恨犯罪立法主要是由于谋杀马修·谢泼德(Matthew Shepherd)而产生的,他从事同样的关系行为,白人男性被其他白人杀害。这是对简单历史重复事实的毁灭性反映——

    尽管有许多歧视性行为的例子——非裔美国人的投诉在白人发生某些事情之前并不重要。

    我想我会称之为 JD Vance 效应,其中失业和糟糕的经济状况是导致白人功能障碍的原因,但显然大量的研究和报告,包括

    克纳委员会报告参考爱丽丝 L 乔治博士

    JD Vance 效应——如果它发生在白人身上,那它就不会发生。

    顺便说一句,马修·谢泼德被谋杀与他的关系偏好无关,这只是一场抢劫。

  252. AceDeuce 说:
    @mark green

    In a related vein, the old complaint that states/FedGov never passed separate antilynching laws in the South is similar to the “hate crime” BS. Just like with “hate crimes”, laws covering lynching are already on the books-murder, manslaughter assault, battery, etc. No need for new ones.

    Contrary to popular belief, the usual legal definition of lynching is, essentially, a specific illegal mob violence committed against a person/persons, usually but not always in connection with accusations of crimes committed by the victim(s). Tarring and feathering and other nonfatal actions are technically lynching. In our dumbed down age, it refers to death by hanging of nigros, although that’s not the true definition.

    Anyway, some cucked Southern states have passed antilynching laws. South Carolina is one–passed it several years ago (1951) “Lynching” is defined in the statute as any act of violence by two or more people against another person. It also specifies that it applies regardless of race of attackers or of victims.

    Cool, huh? Well not so much. You figure nigros would be happy to be protected like that, right?

    Here’s the WaPo from 2003:

    Though they make up just 30 percent of the state’s population, blacks account for 63 percent of the lynching charges, according to an Associated Press analysis of crime statistics.

    For every 1,000 blacks in South Carolina, 2.07 were charged with lynching, compared with 0.46 charged per 1,000 whites — meaning blacks are charged with lynching at 41/2 times the rate for whites.

    In all but two of the state’s 46 counties, blacks are charged with lynching out of proportion to their representation in the population. In Oconee County, for instance, blacks make up 8 percent of the residents but 44 percent of those charged with lynching.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/2003/06/08/lynching-law-has-unintended-results/1a85bf5c-b25c-4eef-8137-968d8a1b64b9/

  253. Anon[356]• 免责声明 说:
    @Jeremy Frett

    Really? You must be a CNN devotee.

  254. Anon[356]• 免责声明 说:
    @bert33

    “but the underlying issue of lack of good training and managerial direction and support for officers in the field still has yet to be addressed. less bullets, more reason, thats the order of the day,” so sayth the Defund movement.

    One can see his posts decrying Antifa and BLM violence.

    You’re the kind of fool who created Porteland, Chicago, NYC, LA, etc. What did you major in gender studies or black studies.

  255. “太棒了,我终于同意至少你试图说实话的事情。 现在,如果你能诚实地说明为什么白人和其他所有有智慧和手段的人逃离了我提到的城市(还有许多其他城市),也许我们可以做一些事情,甚至可能只是你现实之旅的开始. 观看 Chris Rock 的喜剧片段和他对美国“黑鬼”的描述,他的话不是我的,因为 White 不允许提及这些教育信息,而不会失去他们曾经为之努力的一切。”

    我希望你审查丰富多彩的语言来回应我的评论。 仅仅因为有能力在他们的社区生活的非裔美国人的到来,没有白人逃离这座城市。 保险公司和房主为同样的非裔美国人提供资金让他们不要搬进来的游戏技巧与犯罪无关。

    那是纯粹而简单的肤色。

    我会为你澄清洛克先生的评论。 他说的是他会指出的少数几个原因,这些是导致白人对黑人普遍提出问题的原因。 换句话说,洛克先生的意思是,白人无法在不贬低整个人口的情况下看到黑人做错事,从而产生各种负面影响。 作为回应,在这种情况下,黑人指出了实际上从事不良接触的一小部分黑人受到的伤害。

    正如我之前指出的那样——洛克先生并不是在谈论所有黑人或一般黑人。

    ---

    你总是在编造一些论点,并声称我说过或建议过同样的事情。 同样,你后面的评论没有反映我所说的任何内容。 在过去的两天里,我所说的我提供了数据集来支持。 控制。 如果你能找到一条我声称信息与你描述的一样的评论,请引用它。 您已将您引用的一条评论从整体中完全脱离上下文,简而言之

    说,无论肤色如何,人们一般都会寻求更绿色的牧场。 这不是对任何事情的控诉——而是一个普遍的事实——

    哎呀汽车。 . .

    白飞与犯罪无关。 . . 由于财富的损失,犯罪率增加了——请注意,同样的论点也围绕着意大利人、爱尔兰人、波兰人和其他移民进入美国城市时产生。 使事情变得更加两极分化的是肤色禁止了通常的同化途径:

    改变语言
    换衣服
    改变行为
    文化习俗的改变
    通婚
    就业网络

    黑皮肤使这一切几乎不可能。

    https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/what-is-white-flight.html

    做一些关于“红线”“分区政策”的功课

    好伤心。 . . 上帝保佑,不要再编造我不发表的论点或评论了。 对你来说不幸的是,我曾在黑人中间生活和工作过。 在我的经验中,针对我的人最非法的事件来自白人和西班牙裔——现在也许黑人要为我不知道的事情负责——

    但那是我的经验。 但无论如何,我坚持评论和数据集相同。

    我不知道每一个与自己不同的评论是否都与“种族主义”有关——而且我从未发表过这样的评论。

    如果因为我太忙而没有进一步回应。 相信事情已经走到了尽头。 无意因缺乏回应而变得粗鲁——只要想想我的案子已经成立并得到很好的支持。 你可能真的想做一些研究,或者至少阅读这些文章,我认为它们都是白人写的。

    在我们的交流中,唯一抱怨个人偏见的人就是你

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  256. Anon[356]• 免责声明 说:
    @EliteCommInc.

    Bet you have are fixed to MSNBC.

    -Who jogs 20 miles from where they live?
    -I always believe a convicted felon with a rap sheet that Hunter Biden aspires to.
    -Why confront an unarmed burglar who outweighs you by 100 pounds. He is unarmed. With logic like that you must be a gender studies major or an Enron investor.
    - 是的,根据他的逮捕记录,唱诗班男孩使用同一个 MO 犯下了一系列罪行。
    -The story was confirmed by the police. I bet you can’t define what a woman is.
    -The multiple people is the thug. Try again skippy.

    Only a fool or a guilty person grabs the barrel of a shotgun. Murder? It was suicide.

    I anticipate your nomination to SCOTUS by Bidensoon. Remarkable mastery of evidence, logic and the law.

    • 谢谢: anarchyst
  257. “——谁在离他们住的地方 20 英里的地方慢跑?”

    众所周知,我走了二十多英里

    在我被汽车碾过之前,我通常会开车去海岸和湖边骑行。 我什至到了洛杉矶北部骑车

    根本没有理由让这些先生们做他们所做的事情。 他们甚至没有看到任何侵入。 我在棕榈泉被撞倒了。 . .

    为什么我在棕榈泉骑行并不能让我碾过。 离开邻居不是犯罪。

    ------

    “——我一直相信一个被定罪的重罪犯,他的犯罪记录是亨特·拜登所渴望的。
    - 为什么要面对一个比你重 100 磅的手无寸铁的窃贼。 他手无寸铁。 按照这样的逻辑,你必须是性别研究专业或安然投资人。
    - 是的,根据他的逮捕记录,唱诗班男孩使用同一个 MO 犯下了一系列罪行。
    -这个故事得到了警方的证实。 我敢打赌,你无法定义女人是什么。
    -多人就是暴徒。 再试一次。

    只有傻瓜或有罪的人才能抓住猎枪的枪管。 谋杀? 那是自杀。

    我期待您被拜登松提名为 SCOTUS。 对证据、逻辑和法律的卓越掌握。”

    我不知道你在说什么。 笑。 我是保守派,右派或里根总统,可能是匈奴阿提拉的右派。

    他们从未见过犯罪。 没有证据表明他偷了任何东西,他做了其他人显然做的例行公事,走到那处财产上,他什么都没带就离开了。 他只是慢跑。 那是他们看到他的时候,他们应该把它留在给 p0lice 的电话中。

    大小也不是被跟踪的保证。 . . 而且没有任何迹象表明他称重了所有三个本来就不应该干扰旅行路线的人。 即使说的人实际上是匈奴阿提拉。

    这些人对他的记录一无所知,如果有的话,这将无关紧要,他们看不到犯罪,甚至看不到轻罪。

    人们会采取各种策略来保护自己,即使自己冒着巨大的风险。 即使是有犯罪记录的人也有权慢跑、跑步、走路。 . . 不受无证者的阻碍

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  258. @EliteCommInc.

    If the younger McMichael had been convicted of manslaughter, his father convicted as an accessory, and the fellow with the camera let off as someone who was just in the wrong place at the wrong time, then I wouldn’t see much to contest about the verdict. But this was definitely a case of excessive charging and sentencing that was driven by a wish to appease the mob. That is not justice and it’s naive to think that you will be safe just because you might not make the same mistakes these fools did. I agree that they should have stayed in their truck and kept the weapons mostly out of sight while waiting for police to arrive. But the convictions which they received were so wildly out of proportion to the events that this case must be challenged.

  259. “只有傻瓜或有罪的人才能抓住猎枪的枪管。 谋杀? 那是自杀。

    我期待您被拜登松提名为 SCOTUS。 对证据、逻辑和法律的卓越掌握。”

    当一切都失败了,这是一个古老的故事,诉诸人身攻击。

    “打赌你已经固定在 MSNBC 上了。”

    总体而言,有两个问题比其他任何问题都使我对电视新闻的饮食感到不满

    伊拉克/阿富汗战争报道
    2007/2008 年经济报告

    我们深陷困境。 我们并没有因为 BLM 或因为一些关于 crt 的争论而陷入困境。 我们深感麻烦,因为这个国家的领导层已经被社会建设圈的概念所蒙蔽,这些概念在对黑人的合法关注背后推进的权利性质,但与他们的核心关注几乎没有关系。 相当直接和简单的民权问题被搁置了

    1 打电话给孩子皮肤组织谋杀他们
    2 1973年APA会议第二次暴力抗议/劫持
    3 金赛对亲密关系的粗心理论应用
    4 对家庭和有组织的信仰和实践的全面正面攻击

    特别说明:下面的评论不是关于一些厌恶女性的媒体。 有一些关于女性的合法问题,但其合法性是一种粗心的应用,建立在夸大其词的基础上,对影响的无知——在我们面对的现实中很难——而不是应用平权行动作为一种手段来消除几乎所有关于黑人就业和教育的弊端- 由于奴隶制的结束,它已被用作以女性的名义将女性纳入其中的攻城锤,并且由于主导社会使用 AA 计划来快速跟踪女性。 但实际上有勇气告诉自己​​的女儿、妻子、女朋友、情妇等。事实是男人——白人男性参与了一场去取悦女士的十字军运动,无视建立在女性对社会的极端价值之上的几百万年构建的关系大体上。 女性已经利用每一种疾病,无论整体上多么轻微的动力来起诉和解构这个星球上健康社会中最强大的力量——男性女性的联系和关系——这一直是白人女性的代表。

    对我来说甚至提到这一点都很危险----黄铜钉问题兵役

    5 以及以牺牲合理政策为代价让女性参与的巨大努力——这个国家再次隐藏在黑皮肤问题的背后,但任何人看都会发现,没有其他社会阶层比女性和几乎完全是白人女性——她们仍然站在变性运动的最前沿,如此奇怪以至于即使是年轻的基督教男子协会也将反对的祖母从健身房里扔了出去。 在几乎所有方面的政体中,我们都采用了关于人类行为和关系的最奇怪的概念,反对进行一些简单的改变以确保黑人公民拥有公平的利益。 禁止花花公子的州这样做是因为它包括非裔美国人和白人的混血,而不是因为它促进色情。 . . 我记得一个女人现在经营花花公子

    真的,一个黑人跑步是骑兵承受的原因,但是没有过错的离婚教导与里根政府宽恕的教官相同的关系行为是迎来州长而不是呜咽。 . .

    我根本不买这里颠倒的宣传。

    6 移民政策——从我们的南部边境发生了一场低强度的战争,白人对慢跑者持枪态度——外国人正在把数十亿美元带出这个国家,但无论如何都要放弃一切,抓住那个慢跑者。 妇女处于开放边界的最前沿

    美国陷入困境——不开玩笑。

    我们几乎完全由白人拥有和经营的金融系统让数百万人失去了家园——数百万白人不仅失去了家园,还失去了地方和州代表的审计委员会投资于股票市场的养老金,而从未检查过价值机制和我所属的聚会对俄罗斯的一名篮球运动员有意见。 . .

    国家陷入困境。 . . 但是,尽管地震破坏了地基,但似乎没有人注意实际故障在哪里。

    敏锐地意识到,几乎所有非黑人犹太人或非裔美国人都注意到这一点,这是在危险的基础上。

  260. @EliteCommInc.

    那是纯粹而简单的肤色。

    又是一个赤裸裸的谎言。

    No one Gives and damn about the color their skin. I have said this before and your refusal to come to terms with it is stunning.. It’s their abhorrent behavior that people run from. Businesses throwing up their hands and closing doors is just one more thing on the list that their behavior destroys. There are quite a few black families that live in my subdivision and no one, I MEAN NO ONE gives them any grief, do you want to know why? Because they don’t behave like niggaz. Your butt hurt response is simply another dishonest novel trying to explain that which cannot be explained with the typical nonsense that reality cements as truth.

    白飞与犯罪无关。 . . 财富损失导致犯罪率上升

    Another load of crap proven by the fact that there are far more whites in the US that are mired in poverty yet even with that they don’t commit violent crime and robbery at any where near the rates that blacks do. And many of the ones that have crossed over into the stupidity have developed a taste for black culture, proven by how they talk, dress and act. The culture of the NAPA is a lose lose for all in this nation, especially Whites that don’t have the means or desire to escape that situation.

  261. “没有人在乎他们皮肤的颜色。 我之前已经说过了,你拒绝接受它是令人震惊的。”

    那么你对自己的美国历史和社会化一无所知。 所呈现的数据集和更多数据集都是经过精心打磨和熟知的。

    笑 。 . . 可悲的是,现在肯定有。 你来晚了。 我已经证明,尽管贫困和许多挑战并没有犯罪,但可能有不同程度功能障碍的一小部分美国人超过了他们。

    至于你对黑的不断抱怨。 . . 我说你非常关心肤色。 你之前已经说过了,同时你也对肤色进行了一些非常激烈的言辞。 但这是我们。 . .

    一场不必要的自由战争——由一位创造者赋予,除了拯救之外,他几乎所有人都碰巧是黑色的。 没有犯罪记录,过去几乎完全不为人知,所有这些都混合在一起,完全不知道一个人的肤色几乎不能反映他们来自的无数文明。 . . 但那是过去的历史了。 . . 与数据搏斗

    我希望你的投诉观点对肤色是准确的——完全是良性的特征,但我们作为一个国家已经投入了一个完整的政策来确保黑皮肤人的地位。 . . 不是意见,而是记录,并且无论他们的行为如何,都这样做了。

    这位先生只是在街上慢跑。 . . ,一个孩子步行回家去他父亲的约会

    这件事是如此鲜明和丰富的证据,警方对警方的调查承认他们对肤色有如此反应。 无论如何,我愚蠢地从事基于记录的显而易见的事情,而不是我的世界观。

    -------

    我写的任何东西都没有否认黑人人口的代理权。

    ---

    享受定义黑人文化的乐趣。

  262. Then you are ignorant of your own US history and socialization. The data sets as presented and more are well honed and known.

    Yeah, I like history too.. And I understand what happened, and yeah its bad. I’m talking about today, and what is happening now. Simply looking at areas where they inhabit in large numbers is proof enough for those with more than four brain cells to understand that a large percentage of blacks either cannot, or will not adapt to 1st world culture.

    I wonder in the minds of people like you what the monthly dollar amount in reparations it’d take to make these third world heathens behave like something that remotely resembles human beings.

    The story I posted about the 67 year old white man that was murdered by the black fast food worker is a perfect example. Got his feelings hurt and punched the old man so hard that it killed him. Essentially crickets from the media in this country on that horrific story. WLDM..

    Yeah the three idiots made the mistake of thinking that trying to confront a black man for suspicious behavior and the ensuing homicide that followed is front page news like every other munt that’s killed by someone White, or a cop nowadays. I wonder what sort of difference it’d make in black communities if the left wing Jew controlled media machine reported on every black on black murder that happens in this country? It would be a tall order though, as it’d be running in a 24/7 loop, 365 days a year with essentially no end in site. But maybe, just maybe a scintilla of shame at some point might begin to soak into their empty heads, and we could possibly begin to work toward some understanding of racial realities in this country. I suspect that may be just too much of an affront to the tender sensibilities of those that say race doesn’t exist, except when it’s a black person being killed by anyone that isn’t one of their own.

  263. 我无法为你解开历史及其影响和后果。 我不会回应你提供的诱饵,因为它与数据集没有关系。 你说没有人关心颜色,然后你把它换成你的意思是当前的历史,但在现在,你的整个前提都是基于颜色的。

    此外,今天的证据清楚地表明,不幸的是,颜色仍然很重要,对于白人来说不亚于黑人,而我对大多数白人的看法甚至更重要。 但我现在对在 5hat 路旅行不感兴趣——太忙了。

    记录再次表明,对非裔美国人的起诉并没有减弱——即使是谋杀罪。 你对当代历史的掌握就这么多了。

  264. “我一直相信一个被定罪的重罪犯有亨特·拜登渴望的说唱。”

    围绕亨特拜登先生和唐纳德特朗普总统的问题反映了大多数美国公民永远无法获得的特权。

    “我敢打赌,你无法定义女人是什么。”

    由 DNA 决定的生物结构。 在极少数情况下,有些人天生就有生物学异常,需要跨性别倡导者表现出更多的关心和关注。

    “对证据、逻辑和法律的卓越掌握。”

    根据数据集保持简单——文章的问题不难理解。 我远非非凡,但我感谢您的信任和赞美。

  265. GerryH 说:
    @Sean

    He thought he was being a good guy. All three of the men are in jail because they wouldn’t recognized the legal danger they were in and couldn’t shut the hell up. I think father and son actually talked to the media after no charges were brought initially which lead to nationwide outrage and their jailing for life, all because they we determined to prove they were actually the good guys.

  266. “法律危险”

    因为在他们看来,肤色压倒了谨慎的考虑。 他们是否曾经挑战过穿越该财产的其他人。 . . 但他们专注于这位特别的绅士。

    为所有相关人员感到悲伤和悲惨。

  267. Bigfoot 说:

    When Whites kill Blacks, they are out

    “Defending themselves and their property”

    When Black kill Whites, its because

    “they are criminals committing their usual crimes”

    With such a warped view, and you wonder why “Progress” is actually “Regress”

    祝你好运!

  268. With such a warped view, and you wonder why “Progress” is actually “Regress”

    Your analogy is interesting.. Considering the severe overreach in the double prosecution and sentencing (cuz we’z gots to make sure doze white muddafuckaz pay) that introduced the notion of mind reading to come to the “reasonable” conclusion that not only were they vile racists, they were also guilty of 1st degree murder, when in reality there was no real evidence of either accusation, other than they were white. Since this is what happened, isn’t it reasonable to assume that Arbrey, a known thief and had been arrested numerous times in his life was in fact up to the “usual” activity of the NAPA? Considering the fact that they video taped the entire event and turned it over to LE and could have shot him down like a dog at any time during the whole ordeal proves what a fucking joke that entire sham prosecution was from start to finish.. Shotgun boy should be doing 12 to 15 for manslaughter and the other two should be home with their families.

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  269. @Philmuhcrevis

    I agree. Two should be free, and the “shooter” should be serving 15 or even less.
    And the NAPA was well, just being a NAPA.

  270. @Robert Dolan

    Filthy God damned Chimpoid should have been shot dead there, missed opportunity.

    Not a total waste, dead Negristicals make excellent gator bait.
    Also, if one is tandem hooked and trolled behind a boat, a shark is likely to take its darkness for a seal and hit the bait hard. If the hooks don’t set, that’s OK…the visual of the strike is reward enough.

    In case any readers haven’t noticed, I REALLY hate niggers…as opposed to Blacks that are made to look bad by the other 99%.
    Moreso, I REALLY hate nigger (((apologists and enablers))) as well as delusional Cucks that have no direct experience with the sub-human Chimpoids.

  271. @Nat X

    Low value cotton picker, experienced ass bandit, ex-con, turd flinger, Eggplant, waste of square footage, air and water sez… WHUT ?

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