Sunday, June 11, 2017

If The Noose Doesn't Fit You Must Acquit!

Remember that moment in the O.J. trial when Johnny Cochrane said of the infamous gloves "If it doesn't fit, you must acquit!" The O.J. trial was a seminal cultural event. A famous black man, known for his joviality, was accused of murdering his beautiful estranged White wife. The trial itself was televised, as was the famous white Bronco car chase which so many of us watched in morbid fascination. This was before the endless barrage of "news" but the nation was riveted by the spectacle. It was just a few years after the Rodney King trial and the riots that filled our screens. We watched over and over as gangs of black men burned down their neighborhoods and dragged White trucker Reginald Denny from his truck on live TV, beat him, hit him in the head with a brick which nearly killed him, and then danced and cavorted around so proud of what badsses they were for assaulting a man outnumbered 6-1 who was just trying to do his job. During the O.J. trial the prosecution, as inept a group of lawyers as you are likely to see this side of a sitcom, decided to have Simpson try on the infamous bloody leather gloves, even though they were soaked in blood with the expected result to the leather of making them far less supple and Simpson was wearing latex gloves. Of course they didn't fit. Predictably the jury acquitted Simpson and I recall that day at work when the verdict came down on the TV in the breakroom and how excited many of my co-workers were, all White women if I recall, that O.J. was set free.

That isn't really the point of my post. My point has to do with a recent event that follows a very predictable pattern of "hate crimes" that are splashed all over the media for a few days and then disappear, very often later being shown to have been hoaxes. There is a nice resources that compiles a list of fake "hate crimes" that is worth bookmarking because you can be sure the media will do their best to bury stories about "hate crimes" shown to be false. The story of the soon to be shown as fake "hate crime" hits the media, is denounced by the talking heads as a sign of "how far we have to go" and then gets buried, the mission of moving the conversation accomplished. As an example, the black church in Mississippi that was spray painted with pro-Trump graffiti and burned down, that was later predictably shown to be a black member of that very church, still has the news about the arson on their church webpage and says it is unsolved. I wonder how much they received in insurance and in donations from guilty White Christians to rebuild the church one of their own burned down?

In this case, a noose was found in the National Museum of African American History and "Culture". Don't feel bad if you had no idea that this museum even existed, it wasn't built for you. It is a place for Washington elites to wallow in racial guilt and for visiting blacks to be dosed with a healthy serving of racial resentment to take back home. The response was typically over the top.
The gallery containing an exhibit on segregation was closed for about three hours while U.S. Park Police investigated the incident in the nation's capital, Smithsonian officials said.
"The Smithsonian family stands together in condemning this act of hatred and intolerance, especially repugnant in a museum that affirms and celebrates the American values of inclusion and diversity," Smithsonian Secretary David Skorton wrote in an Institution-wide email.
Museum founding Director Lonnie Bunch III said in a statement that the incident is a reminder of the challenges African-Americans still face.
"The noose has long represented a deplorable act of cowardice and depravity — a symbol of extreme violence for African Americans, ..." Bunch said. "This was a horrible act, but a stark reminder of why our work is so important."
They closed the whole museum down for three hours because of a noose. What did they think was going to happen? Did they think it was going to explode? Did they think that a posse of Klan members was going to ride in on horses and start lynching colored folks? Do Irish people run screaming in fear when they see a potato? The list of dangers to the lives of blacks goes on for quite a while, past lightning strikes and being eaten by a shark, even past dying in an exploding White House during an alien invasion, before you get to "getting lynched at a museum in the middle of Washington, D.C.". So why the overreaction? It gets more curious. A few days after the initial report I saw this story from a local D.C. Fox affiliate: Investigation continues after noose found at DC's African American museum. In it the question is raised, why are there no suspects? Why haven't we seen video of a perpetrator? Check this out:
A noose was found by a tourist inside the segregation gallery at the Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture on Wednesday afternoon. Since it was discovered, there have been reports that surveillance video was recorded inside the gallery, but officials have yet to release any details on what might have been captured on tape.
On Monday afternoon, a museum official told FOX 5's Kristyn Leon they have "no interest in sharing the video," but didn't say why. Earlier in the day, another museum spokesperson said it's part of protocol to turn over any surveillance video that might exist to police as part of the investigation process. In this case, the spokesperson also said they're not even sure that video of the person or person who hung the noose inside the museum's gallery even exists, and the couldn't talk about what was on the video that has been turned over to U.S. Park Police.
Huh. In this day and age of surveillance cameras everywhere, there doesn't seem to be a tape forthcoming. After such a dastardly crime, leaving a noose on the floor!, why isn't there a suspect? Why hasn't the tape been released to the public to find the perp, as is such a very common practice for an unsolved "crime"? It almost sounds like there is a tape, they know what is on it but for some reason they don't want to release the tape because maybe what it shows is embarrassing.....

It isn't like this didn't get any press coverage. A search of the Washington Post ("Democracy Dies In Darkness!" That just kills me every time I see it) for "noose museum" yields 76 results, each more outraged and self-righteous than the last. Missing however is any news about a suspect or a description of the perp. Just that something outrageous happened and by God we are outraged about it!

So what gives? I frequent a lot of online circles full of people that would fall into the category of alt-right or White nationalist or even the alleged "White supremacist" bogeyman, which I really haven't run across. The people I read are mostly interested in an ethno-state for Whites, like the Jews have in Israel and not much different from what black nationalists desire, and preserving Western culture and our race itself  rather than oppressing or dominating blacks or Mexicans. I can't imagine any of them leaving a noose somewhere when they can just post whatever they like on social media. Like the "racist" notes found at St. Olaf College planted by a black student who ironically was headed to Europe after graduation, this smacks of a hoax and the utter lack of any suspects or video just strengthens that assumption.

Why would someone do this? Let's go back to a quote from the first story:
"The noose has long represented a deplorable act of cowardice and depravity — a symbol of extreme violence for African Americans, ..." Bunch said. "This was a horrible act, but a stark reminder of why our work is so important."
That is why.

Racism, persecution, oppression, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, soon to be joined to pedophilia, are cash cows, they are their own industries. The problem with their industry is sort of like any other industry, there needs to be constant demand. Do you think it is coincidental that roads that were just repaired start to crumble thus requiring the same industry that repaired the road to come back in the next year and repair it again? Or that computers become obsolete and start to break down almost immediately? I am more than 90% sure that this is a hoax and I would absolutely not be surprised if the museum knows it is but they aren't saying anything because the news story is useful for fund-raising and drawing in more guilty White D.C. liberals to boost attendance numbers.

Actual lynchings, rare as they were, were horrible and that is not what I am for nor is it what anyone outside of a few kooks are for. Hoax hate crimes like this just muddy the waters to the point that many people, and more everyday, just assume that reports of "hate crimes" are a hoax until proven otherwise. That doesn't stop the people trying to dismantle the West and eliminate the White from using them because a fake hate crime is just about as useful to them as a real "hate crime", maybe more so because they can more easily manage the story.

This is the real struggle we face. Ours is a fight where we try to rely on facts and data and reason (plus the very dankest of memes and trolling) but the opposition relies on emotion, misinformation, careful spin and outright lies. When people defend fake hate crimes because after all it could have happened, it makes the task that much more difficult. The general complacency, inability to think rationally and decades of racial self-loathing pounded in the heads of most Americans increases the difficulty exponentially. Regardless of how difficult the task is and how tilted the playing field is against us, we must continue to fight. Nothing less than the very existence of Western civilization, the greatest experience in human history in spite of its flaws, and the continued existence of our race are at stake.

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