August 25, 2013


Delbert "Shorty" Belton

In Poughkeepsie, NY, 20-year-old Javon Tyrek Rogers was arrested and charged with murder in the death of 99-year-old Fannie Gumbinger, who was found dead in her home on Wednesday morning.

In a trailer park outside of Whiteville, NC, 60-year-old white landlord Edwin Stanley was allegedly beaten so badly by black tenant David Scott that his eyeball was knocked out of place.

In Ferguson, MO, a white hot-dog vendor required surgery after being beaten in the head with a hammer when he chased a group of four black males who had allegedly stolen his cell phone.

In Houston, a jury heard testimony in the murder trial of Mona Nelson, a black female former boxer who is being charged with kidnapping 12-year-old Jonathan Foster, tying him up, torturing him with a blow torch, and dumping his charred corpse into a ditch. Since her 2010 arrest, Nelson has received counseling and support from Quanell X, leader of Houston’s New Black Panther Party.

Despite an increase in education spending during Barack Obama’s presidency, recent ACT test results show that only a quarter of America’s high-school graduates are sufficiently competent in reading, math, English, and science “to succeed in college or a career.” Asian students scored best (43%), followed in order by whites (33%), Pacific Islanders (19%), Hispanics (14%), and American Indians (10%). Rounding up the rear were black students, with a dismal 5% competency rate.

Household income for the average American household has ironically dropped twice as much during the nation’s alleged economic “recovery” than it did during the recession that experts claim ended in 2009″€”an overall decrease of 4.4% compared to 1.8% during the recession. In constant 2013 dollars, the average American household is making $2,400 less per year than it did when the recovery reputedly began. Income for blacks has plummeted nearly 11% since Obama’s magical mystical recovery began. Black unemployment and poverty rates are also higher than when Obama took office.

And despite Obama’s reputed claims that yearly healthcare premiums would be cut by $2,500 in his first term, a Kaiser Family Foundation study claims they have instead climbed nearly $3,000 since 2009.

Evidence emerged last week of a “financial relationship” between the National Security Administration and tech giants such as Google, Yahoo!, Facebook, and Microsoft. Taxpayers are giving money to a government that gives money to tech corporations to help the government snoop on taxpayers.

The feds are also reportedly considering appointing Cass Sunstein to a panel that would review NSA privacy abuses. In 2008, Sunstein co-authored a paper urging that government agents should “cognitively infiltrate” anti-government social networks and chat rooms to “engage in counterspeech.”

George Orwell could not be reached for comment, although it’s not entirely unreasonable to suspect that the NSA is currently working on technology that would enable them to read the thoughts of the departed.



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