White family stalked, pummeled by black mob

A family of eight, “just enjoying their Mother’s Day weekend in Savannah,” were savagely attacked by an unknown number of blacks in the Georgia city, that left several family members injured, including a 6-year-old girl who was “punched in the stomach.”

A report from WTOC Television said the attack on eight members of a family visiting from Atlanta happened in downtown Savannah on Saturday night.

Family members said they had finished eating dinner in a Savannah restaurant and were walking along River Street.

According to a crime report from the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department posted on Facebook, an officer described responding to the family of Rob Gray, his brother-in-law, and others.

“All of a sudden,” the police report said, “a black male and a black female forcefully walked through his [Mr. Thomas’] family bumping into him and the small children in his family.”

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Busting out all over: Black mob violence

Welcome to the new normal: Large-scale black mob violence is busting out in Philadelphia, Chicago, Utica, Jacksonville, St. Louis, Wilmington (Delaware), Greenville (South Carolina), Grand Rapids, Peoria, Newark, Boston and Brooklyn.

All in the last three weeks.

Police say they are baffled. Others say it is a regular meteorological event: “Large crowds and fights are not uncommon in the city in the warm weather,” said the ABC affiliate in Philadelphia.

The latest example of the new normal took place Tuesday in Philadelphia: 200 black people on the streets of the downtown financial district: fighting, vandalizing, rampaging, refusing to disperse, tossing bottles at police. It began at 4 p.m. and took police 90 minutes to restore order.

At the epicenter of the violence, an employee of Wendy’s said no one was surprised.

“It usually happens when the weather breaks,” Lakia Garrick told the local Fox affiliate. “They come in here and go crazy. It was really expected.”

Fourteen black people were arrested and charged with misdemeanors.

The riot came less than a month after the political and media establishment of Philadelphia rose up in outrage at an article in Philadelphia Magazine called “Being White in Philly.”

The article documented how racial violence was an every day fact of life in the City of Brotherly Love; and how most white people were afraid to talk about it because they were afraid of being called a racist.

Or as the Philadelphia Inquirer put it: The article was seen as “dwelling on negative experiences that whites had with blacks that often fit into racial stereotypes.”

Mayor Nutter asked the city’s Human Relations Commission to investigate the author and the magazine.

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Black mob violence now hitting The Castleton Square Mall in Indianapolis

Large groups of black people continue to create violence and mayhem at Indianapolis shopping malls. But many local people have no idea why. Or what to do about it.

Even Al Sharpton tried to stop it. But it only seems to be continuing – if not getting worse.

The latest event of black mob violence was over the weekend at the Castleton Square Mall – the largest and some say nicest shopping district in the state.

Local media accounts were eager to downplay the violence and ignore the racial component of the mob.

The Indianapolis Star said there were two dozen people involved in a fight. The NBC affiliate called it a “teen scuffle.” The local Fox station reported a “fight breaks out.”

But people who were there say the crowds were bigger, more widespread and more dangerous. And everyone involved in the fighting, property destruction and mayhem was black.

The disturbances in Indianapolis are just the latest examples of more than 450 cases of black mob violence in more than 85 cities throughout the country, documented in the book “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it.”

The violence and lawlessness began early Saturday evening when police were called to quell a disturbance involving 20-50 black people at McDonald’s in the mall parking lot. Two guns were brandished during a violent confrontation.

However, unlike earlier examples of black mob violence in Indianapolis this year, largely focused in downtown malls, there were no gun shots, say police.

Soon after, police were called to the nearby Sears, where a large crowd of black people was rampaging through the store, knocking over displays and destroying property.

By the time police arrived, more than 100 black people were in the mall food court, fighting. Some were escorted out of the mall and ushered to a waiting bus to return them home.

Five black people were arrested on various charges related to violence, guns and resisting arrest.

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Detroit facing surge of black violence

The Detroit News wants you to know the black mob violence in Detroit over the weekend was limited to under 100 people.
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Which is not true.

They also would like you know it was an “isolated” event.

Which is also not true.

And you could “get crazy people anywhere.” So it is not fair to single out Detroit.

Which is so far from the truth you have to wonder if even the people at the Detroit News believe it.

Others are saying this just more of the usual panic – and denial – in Detroit.

Here’s what we do know: Hundreds of black people rampaged through downtown Detroit Saturday night: Breaking things. Beating up people. Throwing chairs inside restaurants. Threatening. Fighting. Running. Much of it on video.

Police detained 76 black people, arresting only eight. The rest were released to their parents. Local news reporters could not tell whether this was just a “brouhaha” among some hooligans, or something more serious.

People caught up in it had no trouble figuring it out.

“I was scared for my life,” a waitress from American Coney Island restaurant named Melody told New 4 in Detroit. “They started slapping up our customers for no reason. A gang full of kids. Just came in here and started throwing chairs, acting crazy.”

Neither did people who watched the video and saw police chase “hordes” of black people being all over downtown.

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Obama considering John “Fake War Hero” Kerry for job of defense secretary

President Obama is considering asking Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.) to serve as his next defense secretary, part of an extensive rearrangement of his national security team that will include a permanent replacement for former CIA director David H. Petraeus.

Although Kerry is thought to covet the job of secretary of state, senior administration officials familiar with the transition planning said that nomination will almost certainly go to Susan E. Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

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‘Knockout Games’ a hit with black mobs


The “Knockout Games” have come to Pennsylvania: Two bouts. Both on video.

Starting in Pittsburgh earlier this month, a mob of six black people walking through a downtown alley they saw Jim Addlespurger coming from the opposite direction.

One of the mob reared back and punched the 50-year-old English teacher in the face. Addlespurger fell to the curb, unconscious, unable to prevent his face from directly striking the curb.

He is recovering at home from his injuries.

Police identified and arrested the assailant, later identified by the Post-Gazette as Dajour Washington.

According to the Post, he told police he was having a bad day. His grandmother, “the Rev. Marlene Green-Davis, said she watched surveillance footage of the attack on the TV news but never thought Dajour could have been involved until her son told her the boy had been arrested. “I can’t believe it,” she said. “I lost my appetite. I couldn’t eat dinner. Not my baby.”

Rev. Green-Davis said Dajour lived with her for about five years between the ages of 2 and 7 and visits her often, as he did after the teacher was punched.

The assault was captured in living color on security cameras in the alley.

The attacks are part of an epidemic of hundreds of cases of black mob violence in more than 80 cities over the last three years, as documented in the book “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America and how the media ignore it.”

Dr. Thomas Sowell said he had no idea how bad the problem of mob racial violence was until he read “White Girl Bleed a Lot.” It has gotten worse since then.

And more people are starting to notice and speak out about it.

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Black mob violence blamed on white kids drinking

he mayor, police chief and media have figured out what is behind a wave of black-mob violence in Columbia, S.C: White kids drink too much.

And race has nothing to do with the assailants.

But a growing number of residents are wondering why public officials are focusing their attention on arresting potential victims. They say city officials are ignoring the black mobs that are “loitering,” threatening, beating, shooting and robbing people by the dozens in this popular entertainment district called Five Points near the University of South Carolina.

And it has never been worse.

The latest attacks came a few days ago. Like an increasing number of the hundreds of
examples of black mob violence from more than 75 cities around the country documented in White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it, one of the assaults is on video.

This time, 8-10 black people are seen punching then stomping an unconscious Josh Bosworth.

Bosworth was taken to a hospital with a broken jaw and severe bruising about the head.

Three of the assailants have been arrested. All are students at Benedict, a nearby black college.

This was the first of at least three violent black mob incidents in Five Points that night. And just one of dozens in that college town over the last year.

One hour before the Bosworth beating, police reports say nine black people beat up another student in Five Points, breaking his arm.

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Black Mobs Continue Their Violence Around The U.S.

Even the old-timers in Detroit never have seen anything like this: A mob of 40 black people moved into a convenience store and will not leave.

They say they now own it. They eat. Smoke. Cuss.Threaten. Spit. Rob. Sell drugs. All on video.

Police, ministers, neighbors, the store owner and just about everyone else seems powerless to stop them.

“It’s a Bad Crew gas station,” said one of the mob to the local Fox affiliate. “If you don’t know what that is, I can’t even tell you.”

The owner calls police, but nothing happens. The police “come here and then they leave. Two minutes later they (the mob) are back.”

Earlier this month, members of the Perfecting Church, one of Detroit’s largest black congregations, counseled the members of the mob to stop their evil ways.

Nothing changed. Which is not all that surprising: In June, the church’s pastor, Marvin Winans, lost a $15,000 Rolex, a Louis Vuitton wallet with $200 in it and his 2012 Infiniti QX56 SUV after he was carjacked by a mob of 10 black people at a similar convenience store nearby.

See the Big List of black mob violence.

This is the same pastor who gave the eulogy for Whitney Houston. The attackers, Winans told the Detroit News, did not know who he was.

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After looking at hundreds of cases of black mob violence in more than 70 cities all over the country in the last three years, I have found that racial violence is far more widespread than I had ever imagined.

As is the denial of it.

Which is also what the great Thomas Sowell said after reading my book, “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it.”

But you do have to know how to find it.

So let’s look at one case: How the press ignored it; how the police denied it; and how we figured out what really happened on Aug. 5 when 800 people were fighting, firing guns, destroying property and “confronting” Delaware State Police at 2 a.m.

First, contrary to what a reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch told one of my readers, you cannot just assume the crowd is black. No matter what part of town the riot takes place.

In this case, the violence and mayhem took place in an office-park complex in a usually quiet section of a suburb of Wilmington. The local paper did not give us much to go on.

When troopers arrived, they could hear the gunfire and were confronted by a large crowd of between 500 to 800 patrons who were attending a back-to-college party being held there in a warehouse facility.

Back to school? I had images of book bags and pencils.

No one had been arrested and no names were reported.

First stop, the police. I called and emailed: “What happened? Was this a case of black mob violence?”

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