“Dropped Into The Black Hole Of Disinformation” is the latest column, now on WND. Some excerpts:
“There is no clear motive for why the murder happened,” a CNN reporter chanted robotically, in what has been for as long as I can remember SOP (standard operating procedure) in major media. Whenever a black murders a white—which is four times more often than the reverse—the salient features of the crime disappear into a black hole of disinformation.
By salient features I mean, in the main, information pertaining to the skin color of the perpetrator and victim, and the extraordinary brutality with which the villain typically goes about exterminating his victim.
Overkill is the word I’m looking for.
Observe the face of hate (Curtis Lavelle Vance’s) and the object of Vance’s hatred, news anchor Anne Pressly, of blessed memory. Then read the details of Vance’s assault on Pressly. Pressly’s pale, pretty face Vance pounded to an unrecognizable pulp. The killer aimed, very plainly, to annihilate her.
All too often submerged as well is the exquisite vulnerability of victims of unrecognized racial hatred.
Of this particular stark element, however, it was impossible to strip the murder of baby Antonio Santiago. …
… Trust the police in the evergreen and always pinko state to finesse the murder of a white veteran [Delbert Belton, 88, from Spokane, in Wash] by blacks with assurances that it was “a random attack.” Robbery was the sole motive in Belton’s murder.
These assurances were offered up by Spokane Police Chief Frank Straub. Not that anyone in the pinko state and beyond paused to ask, but why, if the beating of Belton was motivated by greed or need only, did the perpetrators proceed to pulverize grandpa’s face with “big heavy flashlights”?
Elementary, my dear Watson.
The boys in blue from the pink state may not be there to defend you when your turn comes, but they can be trusted to ennoble your killers.
The old man, explained the stupid Straub, “fought back against his attackers, and that may have contributed to the severity of the beating his received.”
Do you get Straub’s drift? Unless they state otherwise, goons of color harbor only the purest of motives when gunning for honky.
Since he was being interviewed by national media, Straub quickly expressed his commitment not to protecting Spokane residents from such killers, but to “institu[ting] a mentoring program” for the likes of Delbert Belton’s killers.
Mark Griffiths, another genius from the Spokane Police, seconded that “there was no indication that [the 88-year-old WWII veteran] would have known these people prior to the assault.” Ergo, the motive was robbery.
In non sequitur land, strangers do not harbor hate, and criminals do not multitask—in other words, never do they rob people while simultaneously acting out their darkest desires. (And, by logical extension, the Nazis, who killed millions of strangers, could not have been motivated both by hate and greed.)
Au contraire. “These people” – the barbarians who blattered the veteran who’d survived the Battle of Okinawa – knew quite a bit about Belton … by the color of his skin.
As did Mona Yvette Nelson “know” Jonathan Paul Foster was The One she would kidnap, torture and torch. Nelson “knew” Foster from … his fair, white skin and red hair. …
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UPDATE I: THE LOVE JUST KEEPS FLOWING. “‘Kick [the white [expletive] in the head. Kick her head in the concrete.’”
UPDATE II (8/30): Sometimes it’s nice to hear…
Sent: Thursday, August 29, 2013 9:33 PM
Subject: [Fwd: Dropped Into The Black Hole Of Disinformation By ilana mercer]
Ilana, you are a national treasure. I have forwarded this to my contacts, as I almost always do. It is quite a coincidence that I had only hours ago sent you the fictional “letter” from the little boy who was shot in the face (murdered) because he and his mother were white.