It was a quote uttered by a Black person who engaged in a 50-person Black Pack Attack on a white family in Akron, Ohio around July 4th in 2009 that motivates me on a daily basis (Ohio.com, July 7, 2009):
So this is why stores once kept Black people out… private property isn’t private anymore
Out of nowhere, the six were attacked by dozens of teenage boys, who shouted ”This is our world” and ”This is a black world” as they confronted Marshall and his family.
If you’ve followed this blog since then, you should be acutely aware that Eric “My People” Holder is doing everything possible to dismantle legal protections for white people, while creating new laws (just think of the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin situation) that protect every classification of ‘his people’ — particularly the Black criminal element.
Because the Mahogany Mob (white people engage in mirthful Flash Mobs; Black people engage in Mahogany Mobs intent on scoring free loot, plundering stores, and attacking white and Asian people) menace has yet to be combated – Philadelphia, Baltimore, Milwaukee, Chicago, and other cities all have done little to stop the threat except pass “curfew” laws – we now see this happen at a Jacksonville Wal-Mart, which you won’t see posted over at People of Wal-Mart (Flashmob causes havoc at Walmart, NBC Jacksonville, July 16, 2012):
Flash mobs are known across the United Stats as a group of people, dancing, having fun and enjoying themselves while entertaining others.
However, the Wal-Mart off Lem Turner Road in Jacksonville fell victim to a flash robbery when more than 300 people entered the store and destroyed the security system as well as some merchandise.
According to the police report, the group destroyed an electronic anti-shop lifting security scanner that costs about $1,500. The police report also stated the massive crowd could have arrived at the store after a party that was broken up on Sampson Road.
YouTube video showed the teens throwing food and merchandise around the store.
Channel 4’s Crime Analyst Ken Jefferson said any sort of crime where there’s hundreds of people involved is a dangerous situation.
“You’ve got a large number of people going and coming at the same time they are throwing produce,” said Jefferson. “They are stealing items, they are all over the store. You can imagine how fearful the customers were who were in there at that particular time.”
Police did not make any arrests after the mob of people took over the store. If caught, these teens could face criminal charges.
No arrests. Mass theft from a Black Pack Attack on a Wal-Mart in Jacksonville, and absolutely no consequences for the actions of hundreds of Black teens. The NBC affiliate even tries to downplay the incident by comparing the Mahogany Mob attack to a normal Flash Mob — the only difference is that Black people get enjoyment out of stealing and assaulting people in Mahogany Mobs, an endorphin rush that rivals the joy white people garner from singing and dancing in Flash Mobs around Christmas and other holidays.
If that were not true, then why are they happening with increasing regularity across the nation? Why do these events ALL have one major correlation, despite the thousands of miles that separate the Mahogany Mobs attacks (Black people)?
“This is a Black world.”
That quote is totally, 100 percent accurate. Until white people have the audacity to say, “No, it’s not,” then the fate of every major city is that of Detroit; violence will continue to spread in Chicago; the entire metro Atlanta area will plunge into darkness and become one big Clayton County; and Amazon.com will eventually become the go-to place for white shoppers, putting Wal-Mart and other big box stores out of business, because they no longer wish to shop when the threat of a 300-deep Black Pack Attack is always possible.
Taking back America doesn’t mean restoring “constitutionally liberty” — it means throwing off the shackles of Black-Run America (BRA).