Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Mel Gibson Tried to Warn White America about the Dangers of Being Raped by a Pack of... The Brittanee Drexel Story

Really, do words even do this story justice? 

It's not engaging in hyperbole to state this story will one day be taught in classrooms as empirical evidence as to why the United States of America fell apart: because it was torn apart by a racial reality our elite/managerial elite desperately tried to hide in much the same way Brittanee Drexel's body was hidden and eventually torn apart. [FBI agent: Missing teen Brittanee Drexel was kidnapped, shot and dumped in alligator pit, Post and Courier, August 26, 2016]:
A teenage girl who disappeared from Myrtle Beach seven years ago was abducted, gang-raped, shot to death and thrown into an alligator-infested swamp in the dense forests near McClellanville, according to the FBI. 
Gang raped by a pack of ... what's the word Mel Gibson? 
FBI agent Gerrick Munoz this week gave the first detailed account of what investigators think happened to 17-year-old Brittanee Drexel after she disappeared in 2009. His account, contained in a federal court transcript obtained by The Post and Courier, is based on a statement from a prison inmate who claims he was present when she was killed. 
But a McClellanville woman whose husband and son have been implicated by the inmate says the story is just a bunch of “craziness” adopted by federal authorities desperate to solve a vexing case. 
For years, tips repeatedly have sent state and local investigators on wild goose chases from Myrtle Beach to McClellanville searching in vain for clues to the young woman’s disappearance or her remains. 
A major break came earlier this year when an inmate who had recently been imprisoned to serve a 25-year sentence for voluntary manslaughter gave a “jailhouse confession,” telling authorities that he witnessed what happened to the girl. 
In the transcript, Munoz testifies that the inmate, Taquan Brown of Walterboro, told investigators he went to a “stash house” in the McClellanville area in the days after Drexel was abducted. As he entered the house with a couple of other men, he saw Timothy Da’Shaun Taylor, then 16, “sexually abusing Brittanee Drexel,” the agent said. 
The FBI agent gave the following account of what the inmate said happened next:He spotted others also in the room with the girl and Da’Shaun Taylor, and he kept walking through the house to the backyard to give some money to Da’Shaun Taylor’s father, Shaun Taylor. 
As the two talked, Drexel ran from the house. She was “pistol-whipped” and taken back inside. 
Two shots rang out and the inmate assumed Shaun Taylor shot the girl. Then the girl’s body was wrapped up and taken away. 

Asked what happened to the girl’s body, the FBI agent testified that it has not been found but that “several witnesses have told us Miss Drexel’s body was placed in a pit, or gator pit, to have her body disposed of. Eaten by the gators.” 
Munoz told the court that investigators have searched several alligator ponds to no avail. He said investigators have been told that the area is peppered with as many as 40 of these ponds. Investigators also have searched the stash house, the agent testified.  
‘Showed her off’ 
Since June when authorities held a news conference revealing their belief that the teen was held captive in McClellanville for days until she was killed, tips from people with “tidbits” and “secondhand information” have been coming in, the FBI agent testified. 
Some of those tips corroborate the jailhouse confession, including secondhand information from an inmate in the Georgetown County jail, the agent said. 
That prisoner provided authorities with details of what he was told happened to Drexel in the days after April 25, 2009, when a video camera recorded her leaving the beach-side Blue Water Hotel in Myrtle Beach. She had gone there against her parents’ permission from their home in Rochester, N.Y., earlier that month because she wanted to spend time in the warmth of the Grand Strand during spring break. 
But she vanished during the trip, her last cellphone signal pinging from the McClellanville area. 
The Georgetown prisoner told authorities that Da’Shaun Taylor picked Drexel up in Myrtle Beach and took her to McClellanville. There he “showed her off, introduced her to some other friends that were there … they ended up tricking her out with some of their friends, offering her to them and getting a human trafficking situation,” the FBI agent testified. 
By that point, the prisoner said, searches for the missing teen had generated massive media publicity. That created a problem for her abductors and she was “murdered and disposed of,” the agent told the court.
Our posterity will never come to terms with how we could allow this insanity to transpire year after year, with frightening amounts of evidence piling up (Brittney Watts and Amanda Blackburn come to mind) to slap us perpetually in the face with only one, familiar refrain: your ancestors knew the truth.

It must be remembered our posterity will take solace in knowing it is this era of never-ending, increasingly unnerving stories (and continued collapsing of formerly thriving cities/communities) ultimately providing the final nail in the coffin of egalitarianism and racial masochism.

Our only job is to survive this era, so a new one can be born.

Monday, August 29, 2016

Her Name is Dorothy Dow: White Great-Grandmother Set on Fire by Five Blacks in Violent Home Invasion in Georgia Passes Away

"I'm sorry this happened to you." 

It happened not far from where the fictional events of the early seasons of AMC's The Walking Dead are set: a post-apocalyptic zombie nightmarish landscape is merely fiction, but what happened in Grantville (roughly 38 miles from Atlanta city limits) in early August 2016 represents a scenario the heroes of our race knew was the real horror story. 
The five black participants in the murder (lynching?) of 83 year-old white great grandmother Dorothy Dow: Individuals more fearsome than the zombies in The Walking Dead

The type of horror John Brown, Nat Turner, and those participants in the Revolution of San Domingo brought to western civilization. 

Dorothy Dow was a white great-grandmother who lived a full life in a small southern town in what is soon-to-be classified as suburban Atlanta (because white people continue abandoning cities close to Atlanta with the advancement of the black undertow). 

On August 2, 2016, five black people (three black males and two black females) broke into her home in Granville, assaulted her, and set her on fire. Since the news of this story broke, I've checked the local papers/affiliates in Atlanta knowing - inevitably - Dorothy Dow's health would eventually fail her. 

Today, Dorothy Dow died from the horrific assault she dared survive and heroically strugglde to live from for almost an entire month. [Great-grandmother beaten, burned in her home dies weeks after attack, WSB-TV, August 29, 2016]:

An elderly woman who was beaten and burned inside her Meriwether County home has died weeks after the attack, the county's coroner confirmed to Channel 2 Action News. 
Dorothy Dow, 83, was lying in her bed when three men and a woman kicked in her back door and attacked her in early August, according to police.
Rest in Peace, Dorothy Dow: Because of your tenacity, your desire for life in the face of death, we know your story
"These suspects began to demand money from Miss Dow. She pleaded with them that she didn't have any money. They began to brutally beat her,” Sheriff Chuck Smith said.  
The family said Dow’s right and left arms were broken, and she had cuts and bruises all over her face.  
The sheriff said the robbers then poured a flammable liquid on the victim and lit it.
Dow did everything she could to survive and call for help.
 
"She remembered she had a gallon of water she filled her breathing machine with. With those broken hands, she took that top off the gallon of water and poured it on her head to put out the flames,” said her daughter-in-law, Beth Dow.  
Dorothy Dow then managed to crawl to another room to get her cellphone and call 911. 
She was in the hospital in critical condition for weeks and died Saturday afternoon.
"That part's not real. We still can't put our hands around...that she was murdered," Dow said.
 
Justin Pierce Grady, 38, Cortavious Deshun Heard, 18, Shanquavious Keontrell Cameron, 17, Mina Christine Ellery, 17, and Angel Latrice Harmon, 17, are all facing multiple charges in connection to the attack. 
"I can't imagine being one of their mamas, and know that your child has done this," Dow said. 
Police believe the motive was robbery. They say Dorothy Dow owned a blueberry farm and would pay locals cash to pick the berries. Some of the attackers were former employees. 
"I would love to talk to them and ask 'Why? Why did you do this?' I do want them to be punished," Dow said. 
Dow said police assured the family charges against the suspects will be upgraded if her mother-in-law died. 
Dorothy Dow was murdered by five blacks not far from where the fictional events of The Walking Dead occur: in fact, the makeshift city where the evil Governor lords over in Season 3 (real-life, it's downtown Senoia, Georgia) isn't more than 15 miles away. 

I've become increasingly convinced the intense anti-white propaganda we are all exposed to on a 24/7/365 basis - from the moment we wake up to the moment we go to sleep - and the aracial programming (meaning white people are not allowed to have racial interests of their own, save self-immolation) forced upon us with increasing intensity will dissipate almost immediately in the near future. 

What I'm not sure of is:
A. What event(s) produces this momentary panacea... 
B. ... If this sudden awakening produces the necessary fortitude to do what is necessary to make this momentary flirtation with racial sanity permanent. 
Jim Crow existed for a reason: not out of racial hatred for blacks, but out of necessity to protect white people and the civilization only they could create and which only their posterity could maintain.





Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Are Members of Mainstream Media Creating Climate of Hate Against Trump? An American Renaissance Podcast w/ Paul Kersey

PK NOTE: SBPDL still needs your help (thanks to all those who have donated!!!). I really want to do a podcast a couple of times a week (you'll be shocked to know the type of guests I'll get to come on). I really want to do YouTube videos. But to make it happen, we need your help.  This site gets anywhere from 5,000 - 6,500 repeat visitors a day (on top of unique visitors), and with just $2.00 from each, we'd be ready to rock with the YouTube videos and the Podcast. Trust, it's an investment in something very tangible.  You can make a donation via the PayPal link in right-hand side of the site, or you can make a tax-deductible donation to the Paul Kersey Fund at VDare.com

We call this a taste of what is to come. Imagine, multiple times a week a podcast with Paul Kersey and the leading thinkers of not only the Alt-Right, but pop culture figures, professional athletes, entrepreneurs, and politicians. 

Seriously. 

The sky is the limit. 

Here's the tease of what's coming: Jared Taylor interviews Paul Kersey of Stuff Black People Don’t Like about the unprecedented media campaign of hatred against Donald Trump.

Enjoy (but please offer feedback).


Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Let this be a lesson to all you! Ideas are very dangerous things! You are mindless, soil-shoving losers, put on this Earth to serve us!

PK NOTE: SBPDL still needs your help. I really want to do a podcast a couple of times a week (you'll be shocked to know the type of guests I'll get to come on). I really want to do YouTube videos. But to make it happen, we need your help.  This site gets anywhere from 5,000 - 6,500 repeat visitors a day (on top of unique visitors), and with just $2.00 from each, we'd be ready to rock with the YouTube videos and the Podcast. Trust, it's an investment in something very tangible.  You can make a donation via the PayPal link in right-hand side of the site, or you can make a tax-deductible donation to the Paul Kersey Fund at VDare.com


Before we get back to your regularly scheduled SBPDL programming, let's look at a quick scene from A Bug's Life. The 2nd best movie Pixar has produced (The Incredibles being a runaway favorite), the following scene is important to remember as we prepare to hear Hillary Clinton denounce the Alt-Right on Thursday
"We're a lot stronger than you say we are... And you know it, don't you?"


We all know the fable of the Grasshopper and the Ant, right? Well, here's the pivotal scene from A Bug's Life when the ant (Flik) figures out the emperor is wearing no clothes. The grasshopper (Hopper) is lecturing the ant on the natural order of things - which is, obviously, unnatural
Hopper: Let this be a lesson to all you ants! Ideas are very dangerous things! You are mindless, soil-shoving losers, put on this Earth to serve us!  
Flik: You're wrong, Hopper. Ants are not meant to serve grasshoppers. I've seen these ants do great things, and year after year they somehow manage to pick food for themselves *and* you. So-so who is the weaker species? Ants don't serve grasshoppers! It's *you* who need *us*! We're a lot stronger than you say we are... And you know it, don't you?
Somewhere in this powerful scene is a metaphor for our time. I'm just not quite sure people understand the enormity of what is being unleashed across the western world.