By Phillip Marlowe
All too often these days I stumble across a story where police working a cold case finally bust some old black geezer for the murder of some innocent White person(s) decades ago, once they get a hit on DNA. Should you get a chance to read the brutal details of the particular crime you will understand exactly why our ancestors strung up these filthy animals from the nearest tree. Shocked by my White “racism?” So be it.
The other night I was watching something on PBS called “Reconstruction.” One of the ever-so-smart blacks on screen was Harvard’s POC prof Henry Louis Gates — once declared a victim of White racism when cops evilly asked him for ID as he appeared to be breaking into a home (how could cops know it was his?) while drunk, disheveled and acting irate. Everything bad that happens to these spoiled brats is always because “dey be black” even when “dey be rich.” This was the guy who Obama invited to the White house for a beer with one of the White cops — that stupid “beer summit” the media made a big deal about so they could push more black victimhood/White guilt crap.
In the PBS race brainwashing piece, Gates visits a new anti-White memorial in Montgomery, Alabama, actually dedicated to “victims of White supremacy.” Guess what? Not a word was breathed about the possibility any of these so-called victims of “White supremacy” did anything horrible to Whites. Every single one of them must be thought of as victims of evil Whitey doing racism for no reason. That’s what these tricky PC brainwashers always do: Let the viewer merely assume.
In the summer of 1973, two 19 year-old White girls from Pittsburgh, PA, Lynn Seethaler and Janice Pietropola, were spending the last night of their summer vacation in a quaint Virginia Beach oceanfront cottage. They probably laughed and joked about flirting with cute White lifeguards and surfer boys while enjoying one last bottle of red before going to bed. They had no idea of the sheer horrors that soon awaited them in the middle of the night. The two would never go home again.