With the increase in rhetoric from representatives of the Racism industry, like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, there appears to have been an uptick in violence against whites. We’ve covered quite a few of them here at the CH 2.0, And here is the latest…
Police said a man, 28, from Bethesda, Md., was attacked in the 1700 block of Euclid Street, Northwest, in Adams Morgan. The victim said he was approached by three black males who kicked and punched him to the ground.
According the victim, one of the attackers yelled, “This is for Trayvon,” during the assault. The victim suffered lacerations to the face from the attack.
Police said the suspects took the man’s wallet and iPhone. The police report lists the incident as robbery force violence, hate bias incident.
So, another assault and robbery in the name of Trayvon Martin.
Without belaboring the point, let’s remind everyone that Trayvon Martin was on top of George Zimmerman, in the process of the beating him to death when Zimmerman shot him. So, we have to assume that Martin’s supporters thinks he ought to have been doing that. Of course, they are just ignoring that part of the situation to favor their political pursuits, but it is fun to pin the truth on them and force them to spin.
But, the rhetoric is divisive. The rhetoric suggests that whites are hunting done blacks, while the opposite is more true. They’ve used the MSM’ spin to portray Martin as a saint., and they had to create the new ethnicity (white Hispanic) to make this a black on white issue. In other words, this entire situation has been twister out pof reality, and perverted by men that enrich themselves on the separation of us as a people.
Is there something we can do about this? There are a growing number of assaults, and it could escalate. However, we can look to no other than the SPLC for guidance. While it seems to exist more as a propaganda organization at this point, the SPLC had two ground breaking lawsuits in prior decades that we might want to take a look at. I covered this back in 2011…
I believe that there might be a precedent for that, and the example comes from the Aryan Nation. In the late 90?s the Southern Povery Law Center sued that pack of racist scum on behalf of Victoria and Jason Keenan, who had been assaulted by members of Aryan Nation who were acting as security near their compound. Here are some details of the case from the SPLC website.
During the trial, Dees and the legal team described how Butler recruitd followers – many with criminal records – and indoctrinated them with hate. One passage from an Aryan Nations newsletter written by Butler declared, “Hatred is our law. Revenge is your duty.”
“Butler uses white-hot words to get his followers to pick up the gun for the white race,” Dees told the jury.
So, the SPLC used inciting hatred as a means to link the leaders of hate movements to the deeds of their followers. Also, the SPLC used the same tactics against the Imperial Klans of American in 2008.
The verdict included $1.5 million in compensatory damages — apportioned among Edwards, Hensley and Watkins — and $1 million in punitive damages against Edwards.
The SPLC argued in court that Edwards and the IKA incited the racial hatred that led to the attack at the Meade County Fair in Brandenburg in July 2006.
So, in these two cases, and many others, the SPLC successfully sued hate groups, using the idea that the leaders had incited hatred to win verdicts. Of course, while the SPLC is a group that exists to smear anyone who stands against the leftist agenda, they have been successful in shutting down a great many hate groups with the idea that the leaders are responsible for the behavior of their members.
My original post was about union bosses that were exhorting their members to violence with rhetoric like “take them out.” However, is “no justice, no peace” much the same thing? Is not continuing lies about the case, and portraying this as a white man stalking and killing a back teen a means to incite violence?
I wonder is any of these victims of black on white hate crimes has a case here? Or, does Al Sharpton just get another pass in inciting violence?