Saturday, November 06, 2010

Uncommentable

The Plain Dealer has a story up on some Muslim/Christian interfaith dinner and SHOCKED I was to find that a local Episcopal church was behind the scheme. This led me to brew up another (surprise) snide comment to post to their venerable website:
Why am I not surprised that the Episcopalians brewed this up. Only a matter of time before they cash their chips in with the mother church and convert their chapels into mosques and their women into camels.

However my wit and wisdom unfortunately didn't make it up onto their page as I guess they were finally on to me:


It would seem that you can't have more than a dozen or so comments deleted by their Komment Kontrol before they boot your account. What brought about many of the deleted comments brings up another story that I was intending on posting about.

Last week an honor student at a near (but not too near) west side high school in Cleveland was beset by a group of thugs after he got off of a bus and attempted to verbally defend his female friend from the sexual comments of one of the thugs. He was unfortunately viciously beaten for this 'crime' and to the best of my knowledge is still in the large hospital down the road.

Now one might be tempted to 'color' this crime with their own presumptions, and for the most part they would be correct. Backing up this line of thought is the fact that the initial Plain Dealer story by propagandist Pat Galbincea* made no mention of race and did not include mugshots of the two captured adult attackers which I know were available as a local TV station posted them that same day. Trolling through different comments it appears that the victim, Jeffrey Meadows Jr., was white while his female friend, Brandi Pritchett, was black; and thus no surprise that the attacking group was mostly black with at least one apparent Hispanic thrown in for good measure (like an evil Power Rangers squad of some sort).

Needless to say I had a couple comments to that story deleted, but they were much more innocuous than you might think since I had already had several very mild comments deleted over the past several months. I know one comment that was related to this story was along the lines of "since race isn't mentioned, is it safe to assume that it was a motivating factor, or not?". Judging from the fact that A) My comment along with many others were deleted and B) comments were closed after no doubt fighting a losing battle, I'd say that race was indeed a motivating factor even if my only source of information was the Plain Dealer's bogus story.

To be fair, the Plain Dealer did eventually post the mugshots...several days later. However the comment that broke my account was in relation to this story detailing a burglary investigation. The Plain Dealer wasted no time in posting a picture of the near-do-well, who happened to be white. I couldn't resist commenting:

Interesting that the PD posted this picture right away while it took them several days to post the mugshots from when that honor student got badly beat up...very interesting indeed. *rubs chin*

I'm not that talented of a writer and unfortunately my ability to convey my rage with the 'west side beating' story is well beyond the scope of my limited talents. There are so many factors at play here:

  • The fact that white people either have to go into hock up to their eyeballs to live in the suburbs, or live as unprotected victim group at the bottom of some bizzaro world racial caste system.

  • The fact that if white people do get an affordable enclave, that not only do they have no lawful method for keeping undesirables out, but their own government will force feed undesirables in via section 8 housing.

  • The fact that white reporters have no issue feeding their fellow whites to the savages that they have to live around.

  • Black men and white men who date black women? This story on the killing of a Polish immigrant Marine sergent and his wife at the hands of his fellow marines says it all, and you probably wouldn't have heard of it were it not for a momentary blurb on the Drudge.



* I really don't see how reporters like Michael Sangiacomo, Pat Galbincea, Donna J. Miller and others can show up to do their job. It's not just because I think they're amoral cretins for be a bunch of lying sacks, there's plenty of people who do that for a living. No it's the fact that a machine could do their job. Does one have to go to journalism school to learn how to leave information out of a story and not ask embarrassing questions and generally do as little work as possible? It's like working at an auto shop where your job is to make sure that cars are not fixed and leave broken AND the customers know this. It seems like it would (and does) make for a very boring, low paying, and unstable job; the worst of all worlds as far employment goes.

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