Second City Noir

 Noir, adjective
1. Of or relating to the film noir genre.
2. Of or relating to a genre of crime literature featuring tough, cynical characters and bleak settings.
3. Suggestive of danger or violence.

Few people have written more honestly about Chicago and the racial situation than what you’ve found here at Stuff Black People Don’t Like. Be it the Chicago Public School teachers strike, the almost entirely black crime problem in the Windy City, or the reality that the monochromatic black community’s decrepit state is the result of having only black people in the community... few have dared speak the truth about Chicago as we have here.

Standing in the way of a Golden Dawn: Breitbart’s “Rebel Pundit” vs. Paul Kersey

Well, the good people at Breitbart have sent an intrepid reporter to Chicago in the hopes of pursuing an ongoing investigation into the root causes of the rising tide of violence and horrifying murder rate this year in Chicago’s most destitute neighborhoods.”
The root causes of the rising tide of violence and horrifying murder rate in Chicago is the same root cause that is behind the rising tide of violence and horrifying murder rate in any city that is considered one of the most dangerous in America: black people.

There’s your answer “Rebel Pundit” (who happens to be one of least gifted writers; then again, the prose at Breitbart isn’t what would be dubbed “impressive” by anyone save the most depraved and suicidal “conservative” who believes ‘America’ still exists) of Breitbart, whose investigation into the crime and murder in Chicago failed to include a quick look at the actual statistics compiled by the Chicago Police Department. 

End of story.

But, here’s what Mr. Rebel Pundit discovered in his journey to the Second City [Exodus: Inner City Blacks Fleeing Barack Obama and the Democrat-Liberal Agenda,, 10-29-2012]:

There is little doubt, due the historic and tremendous pressure on black Americans to support the first African-American President of the United States simply because he is not a white Republican, the President will win the black vote. However, just as his strength and reputation are growing weaker every day, the same is quickly becoming true of the support from the community he claims to be the strongest advocate for—the community-organized voting bloc on Chicago’s south and west sides that many say he has long since abandoned.

In the course of an ongoing investigation into the root causes of the rising tide of violence and horrifying murder rate this year in Chicago’s most destitute neighborhoods, several video interviews I conducted with black American voters from the community-organized south and west side, reveal a community that is fed up with the status quo–the status quo that keeps these communities ridden with poverty, homelessness, unemployment, dismantled families, and, of course, skyrocketing murder rates. And residents say, “it is the black Democratic leadership implementing a liberal agenda” that is to blame for the ongoing plight in their community.

Community activist Mark Carter says, “our issues have not been met on, have not been adhered to, and it’s almost as if they are just saying even though no one has addressed your issues, just go with ‘em anyway. And we say no.”

A resident of the Austin community, Jean Ray, says after 40 years of Democratic party control over the black community, the policies “are hurting,” and if there were Republicans willing to do the right job in her community, she would vote for them.
Paul McKinley, an outspoken Chicago resident and voice against liberal-Chicago-machine politics, Rahm Emanuel, and President Obama, spoke to me directly about the ongoing violence in the black community, explaining, “the real cause of violence in the community is caused by narco-terrorism facilitated by Chicago’s liberal-sanctuary-city status, in addition to the historically high unemployment rate among black men between of working age,” which he claims is never addressed by the President and comes last, if at all, in the liberal agenda.

McKinley says boldly, “There is no Tea Party in my community, there is no Republicans in my community, so they can’t blame Republicans, they can’t [blame] Tea Parties; I can only blame the democrat-liberal agenda.”

 Or, you could just blame the fact that there are only black people in these neighborhoods, who are responsible for the violence, crime, deteriorating neighborhoods and “blight”, and – most importantly – have failed to create a local economy (outside of a black market replete with drugs and stolen contraband) despite the massive amount of help the state has created specifically for black entrepreneurs: The Minority Business Development Association (MBDA). 

The ‘poverty, homelessness, unemployment, dismantled families, and, of course, skyrocketing murder rates’ that Breitbart’s Rebel Pundit bemoans is just a byproduct of black culture (and culture is the summation of individual black people, an outward expression of the black community); that black people are unemployable in Chicago is the fault of black people — that same “liberalism” seems to work well in a white liberal area like Austin, Texas, where the strange phenomenon of a lack of “black professionals” plagues the city.

Wait: a lack of black professionals is found in Chicago too (especially the south side of the city), outside of race hustlers and government employees.

But Rebel Pundit doesn’t stop there, reporting that a group of black people (upset with a federal, state, and city government that isn’t doing enough to specifically help out black people with a greater intensification of tax dollars funneled their way) protested “the destruction and blight brought on their community by the liberal agenda”  [Black Grassroots Activists Protest Obama Fundraiser, City Hall, ABC News in Chicago, Breitbart, 11-3-2012]:

According to Mark Carter of the Broke Party, a newly formed group of black grassroots activists fed up with the destruction and blight brought on their community by the liberal agenda, the protest was “about bringing attention to the demolition of homes in Chicago’s black communities on the west and south sides.” These buildings, Carter says, “can still be saved, but the city is tearing them down,” leaving property values and the community in the gutter.

Carter told Breitbart News they chose the Obama fundraiser as the starting point for the protest in order to send a direct message to Rahm Emanuel and Washington, D.C. that they will not be voting on Tuesday for those politicians who are allowing their homes and community to be demolished.

In an effort to bring even further attention to the ongoing issues of the black community in Chicago, the protest ended up outside of ABC 7 News’s local broadcast studio on State Street. This studio can be viewed from the street and sidewalk. When the protesters arrived, they used a bullhorn to announce themselves and called on weather reporter Jerry Taft, seen through the window, not to pretend they weren’t there, prompting a wave from Taft to the protesters.

The protesters waved anti-union signs, anti-NAACP, anti-Rainbow Push, and signs reading “Rahm Hates Black People” in front of the studio as Kathy Brock and Alan Krashesky broadcasted the evening news. They demanded their voices be heard and criticized Emanuel for acting in cahoots with community-organizing front groups ACORN and ACTION Now to put properties in the community into the organizations’ hands. These actions by the Mayor and the corrupt “Chicago Machine” have ensured that construction work only goes to the unions, effectively keeping the residents of the community unemployed.

Let this be known: the concentration of black people (who rely on the government for their very being) in highrise public housing kept black dysfunction – crime, murder, mayhem – largely in one area; the destruction of these public housing units allowed the spread of black crime throughout the city and surrounding suburbs of Chicago via Section 8 Housing. Those primarily black public housing projects represented an impressive bloc vote; the removal of this concentrated black poverty meant a boon in new development property for the city and a dissolving of the black voter bloc.

Consider the Chicago Housing Authorities (CHA) Robert Taylor Homes –28 high-rise buildings with 16 stories each, with a total of 4,321 apartments, mostly arranged in U-shaped clusters of three, stretching for two miles. Housing 27,000 people (90 % + were black), this mecca of public housing housed those blacks who were part of the “Great Migration” from the south. In 2007, the last of the these… holding cells for “law-abiding” black people (fed, clothed, and housed thanks to white taxpayers) was demolished.

The misery found there (contained), and subsequently, spread throughout Chicago was imported via the blacks escaping “Jim Crow” in the segregated south; the same black dysfunction that necessitated such laws to keep some semblance of a standard of living for non-blacks.

Well Rebel Pundit: Bon Chance Mes Amis working with those black people mad because the government isn’t doing enough to help them out. You’d have better luck recruiting members of “The Think Squad” to your pious crusade in the name of ‘Breitbart, the son, and the holy ghost’ [EXTREME Black Anger in Chicago at Obama: “He done did it. He ruined it for us. White people don’t feel guilty no more and won’t do stuff for us now”, Hill Buzz, 10-9-12]:

Here in Chicago, I regularly meet with a group of friends who call themselves “The Think Squad”; these are men and women who are prominent members of the black community in Hyde Park and the City’s south side. None of them supported Barack Obama’s presidential bid in 2008 but most begrudgingly voted for him because they freely admit race-pride was their motivating factor.

These people knew Obama when he was a state senator and saw him do absolutely nothing for blacks in Chicago back then…and they similarly saw Obama do nothing for blacks (or any of his constituents in general) as a United States Senator. The Think Squad has always seen through Obama and continues to speak out about his failings. Expect them, and other blacks coast to coast, to become even more vocal about the “magical first black president” after he loses in November and the anger of “how much that punk wasted” really comes to a boil and people no longer feel intimidated or threatened when the Obamas have left the White House for Hawaii next January.

That’s when people will REALLY let it all fly, once the Obamas are no longer even a vestigial presence in Chicago and people have no fear at all in talking about what a sham their marriage is and how the two of them benefited from affirmative action and white guilt their entire lives. The problem, for blacks in Chicago, is that the Obamas have actually ruined that white guilt for “the rest of us”, as the Think Squad put it last night at an impromptu after-church-programs dinner I enjoyed with some of the more outspoken “Thinkers” in a little Mexican restaurant near the south side.

As for me, it’s time America prepares for a golden dawn. That means uniting conservative whites, reformed liberal whites, and the backbone of this nation — the white working class — together, in a movement that articulates the simple fact that white people have legitimate interests.



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