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Black-mob violence destroys U.S. landmark

September 22, 2013

(Editor’s note: Colin Flaherty has done more reporting than any other  journalist on what appears to be a nationwide trend of skyrocketing  black-on-white crime, violence and abuse. WND features these reports to  counterbalance the virtual blackout by the rest of the media due to their  concerns that reporting such incidents would be inflammatory or even racist. WND  considers it racist not to report racial abuse solely because of the  skin color of the perpetrators or victims.) Videos linked or embedded may  contain foul language and violence.

Black-mob violence and black-on-white crime has not destroyed the entire  American Tobacco Trail, only the small chunk that goes through Durham, N.C.

The “high crime” part. The gang-infested part. The poor part. The urban part.  The sketchy part. The part that local media calls every name imaginable except  one: The black part.

Otherwise, most of the 22.5 miles of this trail is a safe, sometimes bucolic  experience for runners, bikers, strollers and even equestrians. As long as they  stay away from the trail near Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway.

Since 2011, dozens  of people have been beaten, robbed, pushed off bikes and threatened in that  part of the trail. All of the suspects in this violence and mayhem are  black.

Though most of the time the local media is loathe to say so. In the most  recent assault, WRAL-TV described one of the assailants as having a “dark  complexion.”

Black  mobs routinely terrorize cities across the country, but the media and government  are silent. Read the detailed account of rampant racial crime in “White Girl  Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore  It”

The latest assault happened earlier this month. An unknown number of black  people sent a 53-year-old man to the hospital after robbing him and beating him  with a big stick. Other  than saying the crime took place on the part of the trail about a mile north  of Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway, police are not giving out much more  information.

But there is not much to say that police haven’t said more than 40 times  since 2011:

In July a roller blader and a jogger were robbed by a man holding a gun.

Last August, a  group of black people beat a jogger at 7:30 p.m. on the trail. They did not  rob him.

“The simple assaults don’t appear to be motivated by robbery,” the Durham  Chief of Police told WRAL-TV. “It appears to be motivated more by  mischievousness and the locations where they find individuals who are clearly  running by themselves.”

Police suggest carrying a cell phone and using the trail with others. Yet the  “fight the mischievous thugs with a cell phone” strategy does not really work  for many residents of Durham.

Said  one user of the WRAL website: “Again, police advocate carrying a cell phone  but not a pistol or even a stout club? What is wrong with them? Are they giving  up their firearms? What is the cell phone for? Is that so you have something  extra to bargain with the criminal for your life? Unreal.”

Sometimes the local media will describe the attackers. Most times not.

“Yeah, great job describing the perp! Could race be involved?” asked one  reader at the WRAL site, echoing lots of comments that wonder why the media does  not publish a full description, even when the description is available in police  reports.

Scoffed another reader: “You forgot to mention that it was ninja who robbed  them because apparently no one got a description of him. No one sees a  ninja!”

Not all of the crimes are even reported to police, but this biker posted  his account at IndyWeek.com: “This was my first ride on the ATT. Having had  my a– kicked by a group of teens in NYC, I saw familiar signs of trouble to come  as I headed back towards downtown. 5-6 young teens huddled around on a bridge  and watched me as I approached, right before Riddle Rd, I believe. As I passed  them, one kid threw a fistful of rocks at me, hitting the side of my face. Right  past them was a large branch on the path, neatly placed to block the entire  paved area. I rode over it slowly, just in time for 3 older teens, maybe 18 or  so, to approach me, one of whom said something, which I lost in the wind I  generated hauling a– towards town.”

In November 2011, Lisa Sorg wrote about safety  on the American Tobacco Trail for Indyweek.com.

She reported her own brush with mayhem: “And in late September, I had to call  the police from Mile Marker .25, at the bridge downtown. This was at 5:30 in the  afternoon when a guy on a trick bike yells, “G–damn b—-!” I didn’t answer. So he  biked in front of me and continued to accost me, “Hey, G–damn b—-, why didn’t  you answer? Why are you getting all white on me?”

If anyone expected outrage or anger from this urban warrior, they would be  disappointed. All they got was resignation: “Now I know it’s impossible for  police to surveil the entire trail; from downtown to Southpoint Mall it’s  essentially a 6.5-mile linear park. And if you choose to travel the trail at  night, then don’t complain when you are relieved of your wallet.”

The attacks are part of a pattern of more than 500 cases of black mob  violence in more than 100 cities documented in “White  Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence and How the Media Ignore  It.”

Durham local  columnist Cark Kenney says, “Talks about crime should not be limited to the  American Tobacco Trail.”

In downtown Durham last summer, a group of black people robbed and assaulted  a 53-year old-man, putting him in the hospital in critical condition. This was  the second such crime in that area within a month.

“The suspects are also four black male teenagers,” reported the News  Observer.

Even so, it’s the persistent violence at the American Tobacco Trail that gets  the attention. Too much of the wrong kind of attention, said one local resident:  “This is a pride and joy of the whole city. Our American Tobacco Trail is a  wonderful place for families, for diversity, for bikers, walkers of all ages,”  she said

Lots of readers were not sure what she meant by saying the trail promotes  diversity.

But several did offer advice about how to be safe on it. Said Scot34 at the  WRAL website, “If you want to be a target and statistic, walk or run the trail.  When will you people learn to defend yourself and solve this problem? These  unarmed and unprepared citizens are making this a target-rich environment for  criminals; that’s why it continues to happen.”

Black  mobs routinely terrorize cities across the country, but the media and government  are silent. Read the detailed account of rampant racial crime in “White Girl  Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore  It”

See a trailer for “White Girl Bleed a Lot”:
http://www.wnd.com/2013/09/black-mob-violence-destroys-u-s-landmark/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=pulsenews#ooid=Zqa3NxZDqzU4iWvxHnYtBvq6GvOs01la

Credit To:  Colin Flaherty / WND.COM

http://www.wnd.com/2013/09/black-mob-violence-destroys-u-s-landmark/#cZkPzWba248uJGAW.99

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