Monday, November 30, 2009

MUNI's "Stinky Stabber" Strikes Again

WARNING to all San Franciscans who don't like to be stabbed on buses...

The "man" who nearly stabbed an 11-year old boy to death on a MUNI bus three months ago has apparently struck again, this time stabbing a woman on a J-Church LRV before fleeing at Market & Church this morning.

She was hospitalized with what they call in the biz a "non-life threatening" wound to her left abdomen. Thank God.

Here is a sketch and description of this lowlife piece of shit...



Suspect is described as...


black male in his 30s

6-foot-tall (maybe a little taller) and approximately 190 lbs.

scruffy

wearing black hoodie sweater, a black jacket, and a black do-rag


described in both attacks as having "strong body odor"

He was carrying tennis shoes hanging from his neck.


Remember... the first attack occurred at 19th & Mission and this one was near Market & Church. Sounds like a local; this is a very small area. Be very aware if you live in this area.

If you see this person please call 911 immediately and get the hell out of reach of him. Fuck political correctness - just do it. This is one sick motherfucker who needs to be exterminated. Best left to the professionals.

-I have lived in SF for a quarter century. I feel much less safe in this city than ever before. A simple drive down 18th, or Market, or in SOMA, entails a rogues gallery, and a constant "Who are these people? Where have they come here from?" thought stream. Its just wild. Our city is crammed to the gills with nomadic crazies, who are allowed to run rampant over the rest of us. Its just nuts. -sfgate commenter jerk_quake

On the Swiss Minaret Ban: "Human Rights" Racists Seek to Impose Their Will on Europe

The leftwing garbage at the SFGate are all a-twitter as an organization of international racism suggests it may be able to force the people of Switzerland (and all over Europe) to bend over and spread 'em for a Muslim invasion.

As usual, the leftist Associated Press spews forth the prop...


A Swiss ban on minarets could violate fundamental liberties, Europe's top human-rights watchdog said Monday in an indication that the heavily criticized vote (heavily criticized by leftist trash like the AP, anyway...) could be overturned.

The Swiss justice minister also said the European Court of Human Rights could strike down the Sunday vote, which incurred swift condemnation at home and abroad for banning the towers used to put out the Islamic call to prayer.


The 47-nation Council of Europe said that banning "new minarets in Switzerland raises concerns as to whether fundamental rights of individuals, protected by international treaties, should be subject to popular votes." Switzerland presides over the council, which is associated with the European Court of Human Rights. The court rules on breaches of the European Convention on Human Rights.


Justice Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf said the ban would come into force immediately, but indicated that it could be overturned.


"The ban contradicts the European Convention on Human Rights," Zurich daily Blick cited Widmer-Schlumpf as saying.


The referendum backed by nationalist parties was approved by 57.5 percent of the population Sunday, forcing the government to declare illegal the building of any new minarets in Switzerland. It doesn't affect the country's four existing minarets.


France's Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner said he was "a bit scandalized" by the vote, which amounts to "oppressing a religion."


"I hope that the Swiss will go back on this decision rather quickly," Kouchner said on France's RTL radio. "It is an expression of intolerance, and I detest intolerance."


The U.N.'s special investigator on religious freedom, Asma Jahangir, said the ban on new minarets constitutes "a clear discrimination against members of the Muslim community in Switzerland."


Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, the secretary general of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, called the ban an "example of growing anti-Islamic incitement in Europe by the extremist, anti-immigrant, xenophobic, racist, scare-mongering ultra-right politicians who reign over common sense, wisdom and universal values (like truck bombings and beheadings)."


Wealthy Arab tourists might think twice now about spending their money in Geneva and other Swiss cities popular with visitors from the Gulf, and the neutral country's efforts to mediate in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict could also suffer, said Daniel Warner, a Swiss-American political scientist at the Graduate Institute in Geneva.


Arriving at a meeting of European Union justice ministers, Widmer-Schlumpf argued the vote was not "a referendum against Islam ... but a vote directed against fundamentalist developments."


She defended the referendum as being "about minarets and not, of course, about the Islamic community," she said. "We are interested in a multi-religious society in Switzerland."


Supporters of the ban said the number of Muslims in Switzerland had grown sharply from 50,000 in 1980, but it is still only 4 percent of the 7.5 million population, many of whom don't practice. Western Europe has an estimated 14 million Muslims.


Voting figures showed a rural-urban split in the Swiss vote, with only 38.6 percent of people in major cities backing the ban compared with about two-thirds of the population in smaller towns and villages, officials said.


Anne-Marie Birnstiel, in the wealthy Alpine town of Gstaad told AP Television News she was disappointed by the vote and afraid of the consequences for Switzerland.


But, fellow town resident Anton Seil told APTN that "we are in Switzerland, and if I go to another country I also can't build up my church or represent my faith. So, they have to adapt to us in Switzerland too (God... what a racist!!!)."


Switzerland isn't alone in expressing fears about a growing Muslim population (and that is a bit of an understatement), though it is the only country where voters can easily enact constitutional amendments through referendums.


France, too, has enacted (sensible) laws that Muslims claim are directed at them, including a ban on the wearing of religious symbols, such as headscarves, in schools.


Overnight, opponents of the minaret ban lit candles in front of the Swiss parliament in Bern and hung up banners saying "This is not my Switzerland (Oh you don't know how true that is...)."


In Zurich, unknown people smashed a glass door of the offices of the nationalist Swiss People's Party — which had backed the ban — cantonal (state) police said.



The European Court of Human Rights, on the face of it, seems to be a much more sensible organization than, say, the rabidly racist Human Rights Watch, and has even sided with countries in the past that decided to ban headscarves and things of that nature. However, the ECHR was responding to government decrees - not seeking to overturn votes of the people.

The ECHR cannot literally force a country to abide by its rulings, but can expel countries that don't.

Human rights... who could be against that, right? Do these fucking arbiters of Human Rights ever go after third world countries for their anti-Western crimes? No. They only go after Western, Christian white nations... demonstrating beautifully the racism and bigotry that hinds behind the noble moniker of "human rights."

The minaret is nothing more than a raised middle finger to Western society. These assholes know this, and it is why they so vehemently fight for the "rights" of invader scum to trash their newly occupied areas.




earlier....

Ban on Minarets in Switzerland Passes Easily

Sunday, November 29, 2009

31 years after Jonestown: Remembering the most gruesome, evil multi-cultist of all





On the 31st Anniversary of the Jonestown Massacre - this article reminds us - lest we forget - that Jones, if he were alive and spouting today, would no doubt be a hero of the cultural Marxist left.


Almost everyone has heard of the charismatic cult leader Jim Jones, and the 1978 mass suicide to which he led his followers in the South American nation of Guyana. Far less well known is that Jones was an early proponent of the anti-white, racial diversity thinking that is now so widespread.


Jim Jones was born in Indiana in 1931. He began preaching in his 20s, even though he had no formal religious training, and mixed religion and politics while still a young man. His views were radically politically correct, even by today’s standards, let alone those of the 1950s. His religious style was charismatic, and included faith healing.


Jones’s belief in “equality and justice” led him to start his own racially integrated church in Indianapolis, which he first named Community Unity and later The Peoples Temple. In 1958, Jones started what he called his Rainbow Family by adopting three Korean children and a black boy. His one biological child was named Stephen Gandhi Jones.


Jones impressed the authorities in Indianapolis with his multi-racial efforts. In 1960, the mayor named him president of the Indianapolis Commission on Human Rights, with a salary of $7,000 a year, but he decided to move his church to California.


Again, Jones won favor with the authorities. He was elected president of the Grand Jury of Mendocino County, and after moving to San Francisco, the church grew to over 7,500 members. In 1975 he mobilized 800 members to work full-time for the successful mayoral campaign of George Moscone.


In 1976, he bused in hundreds of followers to a campaign meeting with Rosalynn Carter, wife of the future president. His photo appeared with Mrs. Carter in the papers the next day, and the President-elect invited him to Washington for the inauguration. Then-California State Assemblyman Willie Brown said, “San Francisco needs 10 more Jim Jones,” and helped to have him appointed by Mayor Moscone to the San Francisco Housing Authority Commission.


Despite these honors, there was an investigation of the church for tax evasion, and Jones moved the church again, this time to a commune in Guyana. Jonestown, founded in the summer of 1976 along with about 1,000 followers, did not last long. In November 1978, a congressman named Leo Ryan flew to Guyana, and spent three days investigating complaints in Jonestown. Fourteen of Jones’s followers, unhappy with life in Jonestown, asked to fly back to the United States with Ryan. At the airstrip, just as the congressman’s party was about to leave, a truckload of Jonestown security guards arrived and started shooting, killing Congressman Ryan and four others.


Jones then decided on mass “revolutionary suicide,” a phrase he borrowed from Black Panther leader Huey Newton. On Jones’s instructions, all members of the cult were to drink cyanide-laced Flavor Aid (a Kool-Aid knock-off). Children were poisoned first, then adults. Some were shot trying to leave. In all 914 died, including 276 children.


Jones eventually became a kind of communist in his politics, but much of what he and his followers stood for is very close to the politically correct mainstream. The goal of Jonestown was to build an agricultural paradise free of sexism and racism. As part of this program, Jones promoted mixed-race marriage and adoption of bi-racial children. He also taught that all inequality was caused by white male oppression.


In Jones’s view, white men were the enemy. He believed the world might be destroyed either by nuclear war or by genocide against people of color. Church members went through radical loyalty tests called “white nights,” so named because of Jones’s belief that white men were trying to ruin his project. One church member wrote a final testament praising Jonestown because there were “no more racist tears from whites and others who thought they were better.” Jones even claimed that the final suicide decision was necessary because some of his white followers had defected and wanted to escape with Congressman Ryan. About 80 percent of his followers were black, but Jones made intelligent but gullible white women his chief assistants and main sex partners.


A Temple member named Edith Roller wrote in her diary about a boxing match between a young man accused of sexism, and a young woman. The woman knocked out the man, to the delight of the crowd.


Jones was dictator of Jonestown. He insisted that some couples divorce and remarry partners of his own choosing, and he had the right to have sex with anyone he liked. Armed guards patrolled the perimeter, and there were public beatings of disobedient children. Members who failed to meet work targets or who criticized Jones’s management could have their heads shaved, or be forced to wear a yellow hat or a special badge of dishonor. His followers did not address him by some fancy title; they called him “Dad.”


Although Jones was a preacher, and claimed to be the reincarnation of Jesus, Akhenaten, Buddha, Lenin, and Father Divine, it is not clear how religious he really was. He once said, “If there were no rich, no poor, if everyone were equal, religion would soon disappear.” One Jonestown survivor, asked if Jones was mainly interested in socialism or Christianity, answered, “Jim was a socialist first and an atheist second.”


In a larger sense, there are two main conclusions to be drawn from the Jim Jones story. The first is that politically correct liberals ought to be embarrassed by Jonestown but are not. A pioneer of racial diversity and feminism led a large movement to a grisly end of murder and mass suicide. If a conservative or nationalist had done this we would never be allowed to forget it.


The other is that many political moderns feel divorced from the world as it is constituted, and Jones took this feeling to a radical conclusion. Not only did he try to reconstitute society as a utopian commune, he drove his followers to suicide as a final act of renunciation.


“We were too good for this world” said Jim Jones as his followers prepared to die. One devotee left behind a note addressed to Jim Jones, in which he wrote, “Dad, I can see no way out, I agree with your decision . . . I am more than tired of this wretched, merciless planet and the hell it holds for so many masses of beautiful people.”


“It is living which is treacherous” was one of Jones’s last pronouncements before he, too, committed what he called “revolutionary suicide” by putting a bullet through his head.


Mr. Richardson is a secondary school teacher from Melbourne, Australia, and publishes the Oz Conservative (ozconservative.blogspot.com).





Jim Jones was a patently sick fuck who fucked up a lot of people's lives. People just as fucked up as he was still worship him as a hero even today (this blog - Jonestown Apologists Alert - contains many examples).

And sadly, his evil ideas still infect the rotting minds of leftist garbage everywhere - especially here in San Francisco - where a thousand bloated corpses are no match for the seductive power of political correctness and endless white liberal guilt.


Lots more...

Jonestown Apologists Alert

Alternative Considerations of Jonestown and Peoples Temple - loads upon loads of articles, tapes, pictures, opinions (some of them quite whacked), conspiracies, etc.

Jonestown - Rick Ross Institute - again, mountains of articles and info.

An Analysis of Jonestown - Guyana.org - shorter article, but site has links to declassified (but still heavily censored) FBI docs on Jonestown and particularly the events at the airstrip. Run by the government of Guyana, who, needless to say, buried this pretty deep in their website of pretty pictures.

Jonestown Massacre - A Reason to Die - TruTV - a pretty decent summing up.

The Black Hole of Guyana - Quite conspiratorial, therefore quite fun!

Jonestown Wikipedia page - good, short(ish) read, with good sources to link to. Details the People's Temple's extensive Communist influence and beliefs.

... this should keep you busy for a while. Lots of stuff to get into... but not too far into... if you know what's good for you...


last will of Jim Jones' wife

Monday, November 23, 2009

Immigration Realists Can Relax - For Now

A couple of posts ago, I lambasted the SF Chronicle for it's 10 millionth editorial calling for amnesty and open borders - or "comprehensive immigration reform" in politico-speak - which came hot on the heels of DHS head Janet Napolitano's call for a push on the divisive matter by early 2010.

From VDare, Joe Guzzardi goes into detail why I (and probably you, too) can just relax - at least, for now.

I will try to take it to heart!


Accentuate the Positive, Eliminate the Negative! Harry Reid, Amnesty Won't Make it
by Joe Guzzardi


Here’s my unsolicited, heartfelt advice to you.


Please do not descend into apoplexy every time some notorious open borders shill makes a predictable speech calling for so-called Comprehensive Immigration Reform.


For your own good, don’t have a panic attack whenever a Treason Lobbyist appears on cable news television to insist that an immigration revamping is moving smartly along and that we can expect to see new legislation pass by [insert here any date that is four months away from the present one].


I’m referring to the angst generated among our friends when Homeland Defense Secretary Janet Napolitano recently urged Congress to "overhaul" immigration by early next year. [Immigrant Bill Is Back on Table, by Melanie Trottman, Wall Street Journal, November 14, 2009]


Senior White House advisor David Axelrod kept the pot stirred when he told CNN anchor John King that immigration reform is moving smartly along and he expects Congressional action by early next year.


None of this all-too-familiar garbage changes by one iota the facts on the ground.


To reiterate what I have written more times than I can count: it doesn’t matter a fig what Napolitano, Axelrod or any of their kindred spirits say or do.


Napolitano can give the same canned speech on every American street corner from today until the cows come home. Axelrod can be interviewed on television 24-hours a day, seven days a week from now until eternity.


After all, do you expect them to speak the truth, i.e., that all their well-laid Comprehensive Immigration Reform plans are down the drain?


Neither Napolitano, Axelrod nor all the ethnic identity lobbyists who will inevitably spout off the same tedious propaganda over the coming months can change three inescapable facts:

  • Congress does not have the votes to pass Comprehensive Immigration Reform. If you don’t believe me, then maybe you will trust Rahm Emanuel who said this summer that: "...if the votes were there...you could go to a roll call."

  • Every day that passes is another day closer to Election, 2010, thereby reducing to almost zero the already slim prospects for amnesty. [The 2010 Agenda Shifts, The Hill, November 17, 2009]

  • Whether the Democrats win or lose on Obamacare, Congress will have no appetite to enter into another ferocious debate over the even more contentious immigration battle. Consider the stir that health care legislation created, even though most Americans are said to favor it. Imagine then the Congressional chaos if amnesty, something most Americans oppose, reached the floor.


I also know that the White House isn’t pushing for enforcement, just as it has not (save for the waning Michael Chertoff days) since Dwight David Eisenhower left office in 1961.


Still, a plea to my friends: let’s dwell on the positive, especially since there is so much of it!


By my calculations, there’s at least a 75 percent chance we could by November 2010 be rid of Harry Reid, a resolute amnesty champion since he took over the Senate as majority leader.


Axelrod and Napolitano are nobodies.


Reid, on the other hand, occupies a position of enormous power and influence. And he’s teetering on the brink.


Here are the challenges that Reid faces as he begins his bid to represent Nevada until 2016.

  • Nevada is an economic disaster.


The state’s unemployment rate is 13.3 percent, second highest in the nation behind Michigan. In 2009, Nevada foreclosures exceeded new home construction for the second consecutive year.


Because of the nationwide recession, Nevada’s gaming-based economy is at a historic low. Since Nevada relies heavily (60 percent of its income) on gambling and sales tax revenues, the two year decline in tourism with further fall offs projected, has gutted services statewide.


The consequences of less tourism have rippled through Nevada’s gambling-dependent economy. Construction of houses, casinos, shops, restaurants and offices has come to a standstill.


A common solution to closing budget gaps, $3 billion in Nevada’s case, is to raise taxes.


That’s not an option for Nevada, however, because unlike most states, it has written some of its tax laws into the state constitution. So increasing the sales tax or adding an income tax would be nearly impossible given today’s economy because it would require voters to amend the constitution against their best interests. [Pew Center for The States, Nevada]

  • Massive immigration-driven population growth


Nevada’s population mushroomed 30 percent between 2000 and 2008, compared with 8 percent growth nationwide.


The most adversely affected by rampant growth are the Nevada schools, now ranked as America’s next to last in quality of education.


In 1960, Nevada spent $430 per pupil—roughly $2,800 in 2005 dollars. By 2008 the state’s per pupil outlay reflected an inflation-adjusted increase of 153 percent. When one includes capital outlays and school debt per pupil, spending has more than tripled since 1960. [Why Nevada’s Education System Is Failing, by Patrick Gibbons, Las Vegas Review-Journal, February 9, 2009]


Nevada’s Hispanic population is nearly 25 percent. Many are non-English speakers whose children require special attention that includes costly English as a second language instruction.


Remember that whatever illegal immigration exists in today’s Nevada, Reid encouraged and
spoke glowingly about it on numerous occasions.


As grim as Nevada’s education system is, the awful reality is that the children in school are the lucky ones.


The number of homeless children in the Las Vegas school district rose 42 percent between June 2008 and June 2009 to 4,700 displaced students.


Nevada leads the nation in numbers of uninsured children. Food bank demand went up 68 percent during the last two years. State officials predict that over the next two years, 43,000 more residents will be added to Medicaid, the state-federal program that provides health care for low-income people. How will Nevada pay for it?

  • New Republican faces on the Nevada political scene


If "change" is the buzzword in Obama’s world, that spells trouble for Reid, a fixture in Nevada politics for four decades.


Since 1970, Reid has served as Lt. Governor, Chairman of the Gaming Commission, two terms in the House of Representatives and, since 1987, U.S. Senator.


In 1975, Reid was defeated in his bid for Las Vegas mayor. He won his 1992 Senate seat by less than 500 votes.


The Nevada Republican 2010 primary is set for June. Whoever emerges will give Reid all kinds of headaches.


The leading GOP candidates are Sue Lawden, Republican party chair, a former State Senator, one time Miss New Jersey, a runner-up Miss America and who in her earlier life was teacher holding a Master’s Degree in education.


Also in the hunt is Danny Tarkanian, listed as a real estate executive but better known for being the son of famous (infamous?) former University of Nevada at Las Vegas basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian.


More than half of Nevadans view Reid unfavorably as opposed to 38 percent who approve. Current polling projects Lowden a 49 to 38 percent winner over Reid. Tarkanian’s projected margin of victory is five percent.


Added bonus for the anti-Reid faction: his son Rory is running a distant third among three Democratic gubernatorial candidates.


For Lawden or Tarkanian, their platform should be short and sweet.


Hammer Reid on his vote for the stimulus package, his consistent support of non-immigrant work visas and his endorsement of amnesty.


Lowden and Tarkanian have spoken out against illegal immigration.


Reid’s positions on those three—stimulus, foreign-born workers, and low wage earning immigrants—have all put a big time hurt on Nevadans.


Between now and November 2010, Reid will pull out his bag of tricks. One Las Vegas insider told me that before his death, Ted Kennedy taped radio ads for Reid to run during his campaign.


If that’s true (a Kennedy spot for the equally endangered Connecticut Senator Christopher Dodd has already run) then Reid should think it through carefully. Kennedy would only hurt Reid’s chances.


You’ll also be hearing about Reid’s $25 million war chest. As one analyst suggested, it’s a shame the Nevada economy isn’t doing as well as Reid’s fund raising efforts. [Reid’s Huge War Chest May Deter Foes, by Molly Ball, Las Vegas Review-Journal, July 15, 2009]


But money didn’t help former New Jersey governor Jon Corzine who shelled out $16.4 million of his own money while winner Chris Christie spent only $13,600 in personal funds.


And the $100 million bundle spent by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg barely got him over the top against an unknown, William Thompson.


Boiled down to the bare bones, although many Nevadans will support Reid out of force of bad habit, most will be hard pressed to vote for him given the abominable conditions in their state. Why reward failure?


In the meantime, friends, add this Bette Midler/Bing Crosby version of the Johnny Mercer classic song from my article’s headline to your iPods.


Play it often and mellow out.


Joe Guzzardi [email him] is a California native who recently fled the state because of over-immigration, over-population and a rapidly deteriorating quality of life. He has moved to Pittsburgh, PA where the air is clean and the growth rate stable. A long-time instructor in English at the Lodi Adult School, Guzzardi has been writing a weekly column since 1988. It currently appears in the Lodi News-Sentinel.

Sunday, November 22, 2009

In Richmond: One Human Being, Many Apologists

The brutal assault and gang rape of a 15-year old white girl by as many as 10 men and boys - with as many as two dozen others standing around gawking, laughing, and taking pictures - has temporarily woken this brain-dead leftist corner of the world to some stark, cold reality. But not to worry, in this Multi-culturalism is God/denial-as-a-way-of-life area, we will be falling back asleep very soon. The City of Richmond - such as it is - has announced plans to honor Margarita Vargas, the apparently one person that night who had even a shred of humanity left, and who called 911 to report the incident nearly 2 hours after it started.

The city of Richmond plans to honor the woman who called 911 to report a brutal gang rape outside a high school homecoming dance.


The City Council says it will present 18-year-old Margarita Vargas with an official proclamation for her "act of humanity" at Tuesday night's council meeting.


Vargas called authorities after hearing about the Oct. 24 incident from her brother-in-law, who apparently heard two men bragging about it.


Police say the 16-year-old victim had joined a group that was drinking alcohol outside the Richmond High School dance. During the gathering, she was sexually assaulted, beaten and robbed by as many as 10 males for more than two hours.


Police believe as many as 20 people watched the attack without stopping or reporting it.


Six people are in custody facing rape and other charges.


Many have been struggling - though not very mightily and with not much outrage - to make sense of the event. Apparently the gang-rape of young white girls just doesn't stir up much emotion in Richmond - or the rest of the Bay Area for that matter.

And articles like this next one - a remarkable bit of journalistic tap-dancing - don't help. See if you can guess the issue these two AP writers are trying so desperately to avoid (if you haven't already guessed it, I'll be highlighting in bold as is my usual fashion...)

Not far from the pulsating music and dancing of the high school homecoming, young men were drinking in a dimly-lit courtyard out of sight of chaperones.


A friend invited a 16-year-old girl to join them, and she started drinking hard liquor, too. Soon another group of young men came over.


The ingredients for tragedy all were present, experts say. A bunch of (minority) men. A vulnerable young (white) woman. Alcohol.


What happened next, authorities say, degenerated into a two-hour-long gang rape by as many as 10 males. Another 20 people allegedly watched as the victim was assaulted, beaten bloody and robbed of her jewelry but they did not stop it or call police.


The incident late last month led to six arrests, captured nationwide headlines and put this community of 103,000 on the eastern San Francisco Bay shoreline through spasms of self examination. Hundreds attended support rallies for the victim. (Hmmm... 103,000 people and "hundreds" turned out in support... color me unimpressed...)


Some saw the crime as an outgrowth of Richmond's (minority) street violence and poverty. But experts say gang rapes happen in all segments of society (cue tap-dancing music!)— white and minority, rich and poor. And they say the attackers often are bonded males ranging from gang members and neighborhood pals to teammates and fraternity brothers.


"Everybody was asking why did this happen?" said Peggy Reeves Sanday, a University of Pennsylvania anthropologist who has written extensively about gang rape. "It's very clear if you look at the male culture and the bonding culture of young males and the adventure and bravado of a social situation."


Authorities said the suspects knew each other from either attending or having ties to (or dropping out of) the high school. However, they said any apparent bonds quickly eroded during police questioning as the suspects attempted to shift blame to their alleged accomplices.


"Just pointing the fingers at other suspects places them at the scene of the crime," said Steven Clark, a defense attorney and former prosecutor. "I'm sure they're thinking about cooperating with the District Attorney if they could get a lesser sentence."


In many gang-rape cases, Sanday said, the victim is drunk, mentally disabled, lured by someone she has a crush on or considers a boyfriend.


The victim here was a (white) Richmond High School student.


After leaving the dance early, she was waiting outside for her father to pick her up when she heard a familiar voice. A classmate invited her to hang out with him and a few guys in the shadowy courtyard.


She hopped a short gate and began drinking with them. More young men (apparently all non-white) joined them. (and....)


"That's when the dynamics changed," said Richmond Police Lt. Mark Gagan, noting the assault soon began.


In gang rapes where bystanders are egging on the others, Sanday said, "it is part of the male ritual. It involves proving their sexual prowess."


School officials and authorities said the victim felt betrayed because she knew a few of her alleged attackers and considered one (the only white guy charged) a trusted friend. (though it's somewhat unclear what he could have done, being in a small, vulnerable group that was set upon by a pack of animals...)


"She is a young girl who's impressionable and, I think, wonders if this is what the world is really like," said Richmond police Sgt. Lori Curran, a lead investigator. (Frankly, a lot of white parents are wondering the same thing. I guess they'll get their answer in the fairly near future - when we see how many people will actually be charged in this case, and how many rapists will be let go because witnesses won't "snitch").


The victim has since been flooded with gifts and letters of support. In a letter read by her (white) family pastor during a vigil, she urged the community to remain calm and "let that anger cause change."


As the investigation continues, disturbing questions hang over the tragedy: Why didn't anyone stop the attack or tell the dance's 10 chaperones, four police officers among them? (Hmmm... I wonder...)


"Where were our neighbors, our fellow country-people who witness such a horrific crime and are afraid to call 911?" asked Terry O'Neill, president of the National Organization for Women (possible answer... nowhere near Richmond).


In many sexual assaults, the larger the crowd watching, the less likely someone will intervene, said Sharyn Potter, a sociology professor at the University of New Hampshire.


"They worry about retaliation, their social status among their peers, being labeled as a 'snitch' and their own physical safety," said Potter. (Since they have no fear of the Police, school authorities, their parents (if they're even around)...)


It took someone who was nowhere near the dance to alert police.


Margarita Vargas, 18, a former Richmond high student, called 911 from her house, after her brother-in-law heard two guys bragging about that attack.


"I didn't think twice about it," Vargas later told reporters. "I immediately grabbed the phone because that's something I wouldn't want anybody to go through, or if I were in that situation, I would want someone to do the same for me." (sadly, such an apparently rare sentiment in Richmond).


Officers found the victim semiconscious and half-naked, curled up in a fetal position near a picnic bench shortly before midnight. She was hospitalized for several days.


Police have arrested Cody Ray Smith, 15, Ari Abdallah Morales, 16, and Marcelles James Peter, 17, Jose Carlos Montano, 18, Manuel Ortega, 19, and Elvis Torrentes, 21. All face rape and other charges that could lead to life in prison upon conviction (but most assuredly won't in this criminal coddling area). Messages left for their attorneys Tuesday afternoon were not immediately returned.


The defendants have not entered pleas. The juveniles all are charged as adults.


In the aftermath, the school district has installed new courtyard lighting and is purchasing 120 surveillance cameras and improved fencing. (Easier to put the results on YouTube, I guess...)


Sgt. Curran said the victim is showing remarkable resiliency, even while suffering vivid flashbacks and awful nightmares. "Quite honestly, she's voiced several times that she just wants to put this behind her," Curran said. "Unfortunately, she can't, because her emotional healing is still in the recovery process."


... and, she is presumably still in Richmond.



Meanwhile, the apologists for the crime - and the criminals - continue to mount.

Shortly after the crime came the famous piece "Richmond gang-rape seen as nearly inevitable" by Kevin Fagan.

Last weekend's gang rape at Richmond High School was almost bound to happen. All it needed was a spark - the elements were already there.

The courtyard where the attack erupted was the most infamous spot on campus, an out-of-the-way, poorly lit venue for gang initiations (?) and dopers lighting up joints.


The 15-year-old victim was a vulnerable girl who attended church and wanted to be a police scout, but also worried counselors by trying too hard to please the school's bad boys (nice bit of blaming the victim here).


As for the suspects: They were a mix of the bad boys, the wannabe bad boys, and the hardened, grown-up bad boys who had aged out (more like dropped out) of school.


All it took for things to lurch out of control, investigators, students and community leaders say, was opportunity (lesson: never give them the opportunity!) - and that came when the girl left the school dance Saturday night, walked by a group of bad boys boozing hard in the unlit courtyard, and accepted their invitation to hang out.


Fueled by street-macho bravado and inspired by sexual initiations required to get into some local gangs, they began the attack, investigators say.


On the other side of the campus, more than 400 students partied at the homecoming dance.


And now it is those 400 students and the rest of the 1,600-strong student body, along with their teachers and community leaders, who are wrestling to make sense of what happened. It doesn't take much to trace the cause, they say.


Take the poverty-driven frustration of inner-city Richmond (oh please...), a (minority) youth street culture that glorifies thugs and applauds degradation of (particularly white) women, and the desensitization of young men through violent video games, music and language, and you have a template for trouble.


"This is like a lot of schools, where most of the kids are good kids - and then, we know which ones are going wrong," said Charles Johnson, one of Richmond High's security specialists.


"You wouldn't believe the stuff we have to put up with those few who go wrong - guns, dope busts, fighting, (and yet... you put up with it...)" Johnson said. "We know that courtyard, and we've been waiting for something to happen there.


"I'm sorry it had to be this terrible."


Boy... with this guy as your "security specialist" perhaps it was inevitable. What a putz.


Johnson, teachers and students at least partially blame the attack on the lack of lighting, sturdy fencing or security cameras on the courtyard, which abuts a rough neighborhood on the northern end of the campus on 23rd Street (the rough neighborhood had apparently nothing to do with it). Signs for the NorteƱo and Crips gangs are scrawled in huge letters on a wall near the driveway leading into the courtyard.


On Saturday, district officials confirmed plans to install higher fences around the entire school before next summer, and to firm up security in general - but the challenges will still be steep. Johnson also blames the attack and much of the school's troubles on nonstudent "outsiders" - as several of the attack suspects are - who regularly trespass on campus, and they are much less respectful of authority than the students themselves (and yet... you put up with it...).


But as much as anything, the attack stems from the way the roughest young men treat women, Johnson and the others say. And this is a problem that extends far beyond the East Bay campus' borders (or so they'd desperately like you to believe).


"This attack was about street culture, and the need to change that mind-set," said Jay Leonhardy, a nationally recognized community organizer who heads Richmond's Youth Works, which steers at-risk kids into work and education programs. "It's not something you change overnight, and it is not unique to Richmond, Oakland, Portland or Los Angeles. It's everywhere (there are large packs of minority thugs).


"As awful as this attack was," Leonhardy said, "just maybe it can represent a teachable moment. If people pay attention (that depends on the lesson, of course)."


Few could feel the urgency as much as 14-year-old Rhonnie Schwartz, a Richmond High freshman.


Her cousin is Cody Ray Smith of San Pablo, who at 15 is the youngest of the four defendants charged in the gang rape so far (and, incidentally, the only white defendant). Investigators believe Smith, a student at the school, may have been the boy who enticed the victim into the courtyard.


Ever since his arrest, Rhonnie has struggled with what to say to the boy she has grown up with.


She poured her heart into a two-page letter last week as part of a class exercise, and plans to mail it to Smith in juvenile hall.


"Staying out of trouble can have a dramatic effect on your life, and give your family some stress relief," she wrote. "Cody, paying attention in school or at least going to class can help you so much ... Cody I care about you ... I've seen you have some hard times."


The arguments will have a way to go to counteract peer influence, judging by Smith's MySpace page.


"Freee mah nigga ... F- dem snitches," reads one of the more prominent comments posted by a friend (no comment necessary here).


"This stuff (the rape) is just not like Cody," said Rhonnie, who wore a button reading, "Hands and words are not for hurting." ("C'mon Cody... rape... that's just not like you!")


As for the rest of the student body, she said: "We are all shocked at how horrible this was (not the fact that it happened apparently - just how horrible it was). I mean, bad things happen, but this?


"Please tell people we're not animals, like the media say we are," Rhonnie said, eyes moist with pain. "We are not bad people."


Hmmm... y'know, I'd like to say that, but here's the thing... you really don't seem to get that rape is a bad thing. And if this was "inevitable" it is for the simple reason that the people of Richmond have been conditioned to believe that it was. The people of Richmond, the school staff, the bumfuck security guard, the writer, all of these people have become WAY TOO COMFORTABLE with the unacceptable, disgusting reality of the shithole known as Richmond, CA. If you aren't animals, then it is time to stop acting like them, whether those "animals" are wolves or sheep.


Teachers, who asked not be named because of district confidentiality rules, said Smith and the other two juvenile defendants charged as adults have had tough times academically (awwwww...).


Ari Abdallah Morales, 16, of San Pablo and Marcelles James Peter, 17, of Pinole were transferred out of Richmond High to continuation high schools. Although Peter has a shelf of city league soccer trophies, he and the others are mediocre pupils at best, sources said.


The fourth suspect arraigned in the case, 19-year-old Manuel Ortega, ran away from home and dropped out of school after his junior year, sources said. He was a disruptive student who once threw a flaming ball of paper at a teacher.


One other young man arrested in the case - Jose Carlos Montano, 18, of San Pablo - is in Contra Costa County Jail but has not been charged.


"The younger ones - they mostly just watched, and they are the ones talking and giving up names," said one source familiar with the investigation who asked not to be named, because the Police Department has ordered its investigators to keep a tight lid on information. "This was not a gang thing. It was just a mob that got out of control. It was the older ones who led it all."


There were a lot of people to lead.


On the night of the attack, the victim left the homecoming dance at about 9:30 p.m., before it ended, and walked to the back of campus to call her father to pick her up, detectives say.


That's when someone invited her into the notorious courtyard (and now... back to our regularly scheduled gang-rape... is it just me or is this article maybe a tad prurient?).


The group of about a dozen boys and young men was already well into 2 gallons of vodka. After they liquored up the girl with brandy, they proposed sex, according to several accounts by friends of those who were there but asked not to be named for fear of retaliation (just a side note here... as long as "fear of retaliation" from the rapists is the worst thing they have to fear, this will never change. Ever.).


The girl said no. Some of the men placed her on one of the two red cement benches set alongside the main brick building of the school and said they were going to have sex anyway, according to the accounts.


"They had her down on the bench and the bitch (that's "rape victim" in human) tried to kick 'Tweak' (one of the men) in the nuts," said one young man, who said he had a first-hand account of the attack from Smith but was afraid of being named. "He went off on her, started hitting her, and then it was on. They pulled a train (a gang initiation-style rape, one after the other) on her." (Oh no... they're not animals...)


What ensued was 2 1/2 hours of beatings and raping, at times with a foreign object. The scene attracted onlookers, some calling others over by cell phone, and eventually there were as many as 10 men or boys sexually assaulting the girl while another 20 looked on, laughing and snapping pictures. Teachers and students were searching last week for at least one video that many said was filmed of the attack.


The rape finally stopped, around midnight, after students at a house down the block heard of what was going on and called police. The girl was found, semiconscious, beneath a picnic table.


"Her face was purple and blue and she wasn't moving when they finished and ran," said Eraclio Lopez, 23, who lives nearby and ran over when the police cars rolled up. "I guess those kids thought what they did was tight, was cool. But it was terrible."


The girl was released from a hospital Wednesday, but her recovery has only begun, police Lt. Mark Gagan said.


"This was a barbaric crime, and I find it hard to wrap my head around the fact that so many watched and didn't report it (and you say you live in Richmond? Oh wait... maybe... you ... don't...)," Gagan said. "That poor girl will have a lot of healing to do."


This was not the first time the churchgoing sophomore had hung out with the wrong crowd, said one (victim blaming) educator who asked not to be named for fear of offending school district sensitivities (nice bit of PC there). That has caused anguish for not just her but the advisers who helped her over the past couple of years,


"She really is a smart girl, but it's not always easy to fit in," the educator said. "I think she can be a little naive, and she's been harassed by guys in the past who took advantage of her when she tried a little too hard.


English teacher Jessica Price, who knows the victim and most of the arrested suspects, said the girl has helped in conflict-mediation groups. She told Price she wanted to join the Police Explorers, a Boy Scouts group that lets boys and girls learn law enforcement with local police.


"She's an emotional, deeply caring girl, the type who would care so much if this happened to another girl," Price said.


The girl and her family have not spoken publicly, but her parents issued a statement read at a community meeting Saturday, urging everyone moved by the attack to "please channel your anger into positive action."


You gotta wonder about these parents. Who would send their kid into this hell knowingly?


That such a girl could be so brutalized speaks more to a pack mentality, stoked by booze and street machismo, than it does to the general character of Richmond High's youths, Price said (youths who live for pack mentality, booze, and street machismo).


"Those boys who did what they did weren't picturing that girl as a human," she said. "I think you see these kinds of boys at a lot of high schools - so desensitized it was like they saw her as a toy. Boys like that - there aren't many like them, but they can be so hard. All they needed was something to set them off."


She told a school district safety panel last week that some girls trying to find out who had watched the rape were being threatened in the hallways - and that, too, she blames on a desensitized mentality (my guess is it's her go-to explanation for everything).


Price has been helping lead counseling sessions on campus, and to support the hundreds of students who staged rallies and gatherings to denounce violence. Their hope is to tell people in the Bay Area and everyone else who has seen national coverage of the case that the attack does not define Richmond High (I'm sure her job depends on it).


It's not an easy message to get out in a city where 18 percent of families live below poverty level and the always-struggling school district became in 1991 the first in the state to declare bankruptcy. The CQ Press crime index last year rated 102,000-population Richmond the ninth-most-dangerous city in America, based on crimes including homicide and rape (hmmm... maybe we should look at why? Nah...).


There are hopeful aspects. Richmond High, which is 76 percent Latino, had the highest increase in its district last year in its state Adequate Yearly Progress scores. It was only a decade ago that the school drew international acclaim when basketball coach Ken Carter forced members of his undefeated team to sit on the bench until they raised their grades (well, that certainly cancels out the gang-rape...).


"I have friends who go to school in Concord and say, 'Aren't you scared to go to Richmond High?' And I say, no - you can do very well academically here," said junior Vanessa Bejarano. "I take two AP classes. I am headed for college. I feel safe, and it makes me mad that people only see the bad side of us now."


Even the neighborhood ex-cons who lounge against their cars all afternoon at the back end of campus are outraged. For all the (bullshit, PC, and obviously-not-working-very-well) sensitivity training going on, this is still a rough city - and there is rough justice.


"If we'd gone over there earlier, before it was over, those mother- would have been shot. For real," said 24-year-old Chuckie Pelayo, leader of a pack that hangs out at the corner of Hayes Street and Emeric Avenue, one block from the rape scene. "We've all been to prison, and we know the code of how you're supposed to behave. These younger guys, they don't know the code.


"Some of us know a few guys who were there, and we're out looking for them," Pelayo added, the others nodding. "They better hope the cops find them first, because when we find them the same thing that happened to that girl is gonna happen to them."



And just today, a sly bit of pimping from Bob Egelko - from the SF Chronicle's stable of far left yellow journalists - trying to tie the events to the famous Central Park gang-rape of a white jogger (which introduced the term "wilding" to America) with the events in Richmond.

The subject of the article "Central Park jogger a lesson for gang rape case" is the documentary movie about the NY case, made by the two daughters of "civil rights attorney" William Kunstler - an absolutely despicable anti-American Communist lawyer scumbag whose client list included the Chicago 7, Black Panther murderers, Attica rioters, and blind sheik/1993 WTC bomber mastermind Omar Abdel-Rahman - and which just so happens to be opening in the Bay Area this weekend.

The fact that these two cunts are using a gang-rape case to push their movie shows that the nuts don't fall far from the tree. And Egelko giving them a forum shows what a piece of shit he is.


To those who are ready to lock up the Richmond gang rape defendants and throw away the key, Sarah Kunstler has a few words of caution: the Central Park Jogger.

There are differences between the notorious 1989 New York case, in which an imprisoned murderer confessed to the rape 13 years after five teenagers were convicted and sent to prison, and the Richmond case, in which six defendants ages 15 to 21 are charged with sexually assaulting a 16-year-old high school student after an Oct. 24 homecoming dance.


But the 33-year-old daughter of the late civil rights attorney William Kunstler, co-director of a documentary film about her father that opened Friday in the Bay Area, says one lesson everyone should have learned from Central Park is not to rush to judgment.


William Kunstler, who represented one of the defendants, "would caution us not to let our horror at the crime blind us to the rights of the people charged," Sarah Kunstler said. "That's when mistakes happen. That's how innocent people end up spending their childhoods in prison."

Sarah Kunstler said she doesn't know the details of the Richmond case, but added, "I know that my father would have been concerned that the young men arrested would have been convicted in the court of public opinion before they ever made it into the courtroom.


Social justice. Fuck. I have seen your vision of social justice. It was in Central Park and in Richmond. For people like this, the rape of white women by minorities IS social justice! Unlike leftist trash like Egelko, Eldridge Cleaver at least had the stones to admit it.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

The Chronicle Calls For Amnesty: San Fransanity Calls "BULLSHIT"

Bullshit. Plain, simple, unadulterated, Grade A cowplop.

That paragon of political correctness - the San Francisco Chronicle - have vomited out yet another lame-brained editorial calling for amnesty for illegal aliens.

This is the paper that - with one notable exception - never misses a chance to print a pro-illegal alien sob story, never misses a chance to demonize anyone who dares to question completely uncontrolled immigration and the erasure of our borders, and constantly breaks out a whole pack of race cards anyone even dares mention the subject.

This is the paper who allows groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center and LaRaza to essentially use them as an unchecked propaganda machine.

So this is hardly news.

Even the brain-dead ultraleft rotting hippies on the Chron editorial boards aren't stupid enough not to realize that what they call "immigration reform" - meaning open borders and full amnesty for all illegals, including criminals - will not go over well at all with people outside of San Francisco. They all but admit that IR will only be attained against the will of the vast majority of Americans, and even then probably only by force.

Here is the spew...




The midterm congressional elections, a disappointed electorate and, most likely, more economic pain are all waiting for the country in 2010. And the Obama administration wants to tackle immigration reform?


We'll see. For now, Homeland Security Secretary (and Bush/McCain-style amnesty pusher) Janet Napolitano has floated a trial balloon, challenging Congress to pass a bill next year. Of course, next year's not soon enough for an issue as crucial and necessary as immigration reform. But the odds of Congress passing any bill next year depend greatly on what Congress manages to get passed (read: force on the American people) this year.


Don't believe us? (Never) Just watch. If Congress completes the Herculean task of health care reform this year without making too many compromises, it might - might - have the stomach to take on another big, controversial issue like immigration reform. Then again, it might get bogged down by climate change legislation or the economy (or Afghanistan, or Iraq, or the American people getting a good look at the bill for this orgy of spending, you name it. As for the economy, I think you can assume that it will bog things down - and rightly so - for it is the thing most people, at least, most people outside of San Francisco, care about.)

If Congress doesn't pass health care reform, or makes too many compromises in order to pass any reform at all, it will lose its appetite for anything as divisive as immigration reform ("an appetite for divisiveness" - that pretty much sums up the Congress...). If that happens, we may get a lot of bluster next year, but very little movement (we can only hope).


This is because the political climate around immigration reform hasn't changed enough, despite Napolitano's insistence that it has. Yes, Lou Dobbs finally had to shut down his poisonous brand of anti-immigrant entertainment on CNN (Lou Dobbs called and said "fuck you, too"). Yes, America's bad economy has slowed illegal immigration to a trickle, and yes, both the Bush and Obama administrations have (under pressure) made high-profile moves (I guess "empty posturing" is a kind of "move") to enforce immigration laws at the workplace and at the border. These are all positive changes (leave it to SF liberals to call the failing economy a "positive change"). But they aren't enough.


Two years after the last disastrous attempt at immigration reform (to anti-American multicult leftists... to Americans it was a great victory), most Americans remain unconvinced that immigrants do, indeed, contribute positively to our economy and our society. And while immigrants certainly can't be blamed for last year's financial crisis (debatable), this year's recession and next year's still-high unemployment figures (again debatable), Congress is going to find it very hard to ask Americans to be generous to those who entered this country illegally at a time when so many Americans are facing hard times themselves (and you braindead leftist trash have NO IDEA exactly how hard. You think the tea parties were something? Just wait...).


If Congress can pass health care reform, and many Americans feel better and more secure about their coverage, the country might find immigration reform to be more palatable (don't count on it - especially if the Dems succeed in their attempts at providing free healthcare to illegals). But either way, we need reform, and we need it now.


That's probably why Napolitano is talking about essentially the same (empty lying) reforms as former President George W. Bush: a (totally unenforceable) "tough but fair" path to legalization for the illegal immigrants already here, ways to encourage immigrants to choose the legal option and stricter punishments (for whom exactly?).


The first reform is the only pragmatic way of coping with the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants we already have. They're here, and they're not leaving (actually, some of them are and more of them will once they can't get jobs). It would be impossible, not to mention odious, to hunt them all down and deport them. So why not offer a path to legalization - one that acknowledges the seriousness of illegal entry (and then completely dismisses it) but still allows hard-working people to join the mainstream, and the tax rolls, of American society?


Why? I'll tell you why. Because you motherfucking leftist scum don't make any differentiation between "hard-working" and "non-working" illegal aliens. You don't make any distinction between "law-abiding illegals" - a great phrase from the leftist lexicon - and murders, rapists, and child molesters. You protect them all. We see it in San Francisco again and again and again. You have turned illegal aliens into a protected class, and they have taken full advantage of it and used it to FUCK US.


You may enjoy being fucked over by the "traditionally oppressed peoples" that you have allowed to rob, rape, and murder our citizens, but that does not mean that we do.


Reform would also give Congress the opportunity to make some badly needed changes to our legal immigration system. One of the major reasons people continue to stay in this country illegally is that the legal process for immigration is so difficult and time-consuming (That is fucking bullshit - especially when it comes to Mexican illegals). Simplifying and streamlining the system we already have would be an easy way to reduce illegal immigration going into the future (by making all illegals legal).


There's never going to be a good time for immigration reform in a political sense. It will always encounter disruptive resistance from Americans opposed to anything - no matter how humane or practical - that offers a reprieve to people who entered this country illegally (which is a VAST MAJORITY of the American people in poll after poll after poll). But it is clearly in this nation's interest to align immigration laws with both reality and its economic and national security interests. The Obama administration is right to push for reform in 2010.



Look... Obama - unlike the San Francisco Chronicle's editor - is not stupid. He knows that he is hanging on by a thread right now, and that 2010 may well be a return to the Newt Gingrich/Contract with America days if he doesn't give real Americans some real results real quick.

Immigration Reform now is political suicide. The only way they'll breach it in 2010 is out of desperation; it may be so clear to the Obama Administration that he is a one-termer that they figure they've got nothing to lose.

We however have a lot to lose - our sovereignty, our history, our country. We will not allow it. We stopped it before and we'll stop it again.

No amnesty. Not now. Not ever.



Monday, November 16, 2009

"Stone-cold Psychopath" caught in SF

31-year-old transient Anthony Gracie has been nabbed after stabbing a woman who refused to give him change, and police think he may be the sick fuck who nearly stabbed an 11-year old boy to death on a MUNI bus on September 1st...

A transient accused of stabbing a woman who refused to hand him change Saturday morning may be the same man who nearly killed an 11-year-old boy on a Muni bus in September.


A 25-year-old woman was walking to work near Jones and Sutter streets around 10:45 a.m. when a man, who police said has been hanging around the area for months, asked her for change, police Sgt. Vinny Catanzero said.


The woman said she didn’t have any, but the man followed her and stabbed her in the upper back and buttocks, Catanzero said.


“She thought she was getting punched,” he said.


Catanzero said doctors are worried about the woman’s back wound because it’s dangerously close to her spine, but she’s expected to survive.


Within minutes of the stabbing, witnesses flagged an officer down and led him to 31-year-old Anthony Gracie in the Le Colonial restaurant’s parking lot about a block away.


Gracie did not have a weapon with him nor did he appear to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol, but witnesses said they saw him use a six-inch blade.


An officer at the Central Police Station where Gracie was booked said he resembles a sketch of the suspect who stabbed 11-year-old Hatim Mansori on Sept. 1 while he was riding the 49-Van Ness bus in the Mission.


Mansori rode the bus alone for the first time that day, carrying a balloon in his lap that may have urged whoever stabbed him to pop it and subsequently slash his abdomen, Lt. Lyn Tomioka said.


“I think the boy’s home now,” Tomioka said. “But if he had been to the hospital a few minutes later, he would have bled to death.”


Witnesses who already sifted through several photos and lineups after Mansori was stabbed will be asked if they think Gracie is the same suspect. Gracie is currently in jail facing attempted robbery and assault with a deadly weapon charges.


“This guy is a stone-cold psychopath, and I do hope the victims are OK,” Catanzero said.


UPDATE: Gracie NOT the MUNI stabber (SFGate)

The homeless man accused of stabbing a woman Saturday was not the assailant who attacked an 11-year old boy on a Muni bus in September, San Francisco police said today.

Anthony Gracie, 31, allegedly stabbed and tried to rob the 25-year-old woman Saturday morning near Jones and Sutter streets as she was headed to work. She was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening wounds to her back and buttocks.


Police initially said the attack bore similarities to the Sept. 1 stabbing of Hatim Mansori, who was wounded as he rode the 49-Mission/Van Ness bus home from baseball practice. However, Gracie was in custody at the time of that stabbing, said Sgt. Wilfred Williams, a police spokesman.


Gracie is still in jail pending a decision on whether to prosecute him for Saturday's stabbing.



Only in SF would there be any question about whether to prosecute someone for a stabbing! Not to mention there will be some scrutiny surely about why Gracie was in jail, and, more importantly, why this "stone-cold psychopath" was released.

So, bottom line, there is still a homicidal maniac on the loose somewhere in SF, an animal who nearly killed an 11-year old boy on a bus.

I NEVER turn my back on anyone who tries to bum off of me. Ever. Most of these nutcases are harmless, but I NEVER assume they are. I've had two acquaintences murdered in this city by deranged nutcases, and I'll never give one the chance on me.

If that doesn't sound "compassionate" to you, well, fuck you.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

America's Favorite Domestic Terrorists Accuse Hillary Clinton of "White Supremacy"

America's favorite domestic terrorists - that lovable bomb-throwing Chicago power-duo William Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn - are slinging their racist shit again like so many grumpy baboons, this time accusing Hillary Clinton (of all people) of "white supremacy..."


Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign for the Democrat nomination deliberately appealed to white supremacy, fear and anxiety, charged longtime Barack Obama colleague and Weatherman terrorist William Ayers and wife, Bernardine Dohrn.


In a co-authored article in the socialist Monthly Review magazine, the two radicals argued last year’s national elections had “racist” undertones and that President Obama’s ascent to power can be used to “build a new society.”


“[Hillary] Clinton flagrantly appealed to white voters’ identity as ‘workers’ or ‘women’—offering white people any reason to vote against Obama without saying he’s black—and followed the ancient and dismal road of racial discourse that appeals to white supremacy, fear and anxiety,” wrote Ayers and Dohrn.


The two referenced a New York Times opinion piece by feminist activist Gloria Steinem, “Women are Never Front-Runners,” written on the eve of the New Hampshire primary. Steinem argued the gender barrier had not yet been broken and asked, “Why is the sex barrier not taken as seriously as the racial one?”


Ayers and Dohrn charged Steinem had asserted a “superior victim status on the part of white, powerful women.”


The duo went on to claim the 2008 presidential elections had racist undertones.


“The invisible race talk was about ‘blue collar’ or ‘working class’ or ‘mainstream’ or ‘small town’ or ‘hockey mom’ or ‘Joe the plumber,’ but we were meant to think ‘white,’” they wrote.


Continued Ayers and Dohrn: “All the talk of Senator Barack Obama’s exotic background, all the references to him as ‘unknown, ‘untested,’ a ‘stranger,’ or a ‘symbolic candidate,’ or ‘alien,’ a ‘wildcard,“‘or an ‘elitist.’ . . . The discourse was all about race, us and them, understood by everyone in the United States even when the words African American, black or white are not spoken.”


Christ almighty! When you are accusing both Hillary Clinton and Gloria Steinhem of being "white supremacists" then you have created a new layer of fringe!

And frankly, I hope to God we never see the "new society" that these two psychopathic racists envision!

Meanwhile, it turns out that that the Weathermen - who leftists always famously qualify and excuse by saying "they never actually killed anyone" - may have actually killed people after all...


WASHINGTON – While defenders of unrepentant Weather Underground terrorist Bill Ayers cling to the rationalization that he never killed anyone during a spree of bombings in the 1970s, his wife, Bernardine Dohrn, built and planted the bomb that killed a San Francisco police officer in 1970, an FBI report claimed.


Ayers and Dohrn are the subjects of new attention because they helped launch Barack Obama's political career in their living room. Ayers served with Obama for years on two foundation boards, while Dohrn worked in a law firm with Michelle Obama. They also contributed financially to Obama's first campaign for political office.


While Ayers himself has never been implicated in a death among the high-profile bombings of the Capitol, the Pentagon and several other targets of the Weather Underground he served as a leader, it's not true that there were no fatalities associated with the attacks.


On Feb. 16, 1970, Sgt. Brian V. McDonnell of the San Francisco Police Department was killed by shrapnel from an anti-personnel bomb planted on a window ledge at the force's Park Station. The pipe bomb was filled with heavy metal staples and lead bullet projectiles. AnoLinkther officer, Robert Fogarty, received serious wounds to his face and legs, and was partially blinded in the attack.


Dohrn, then living in a Weather Underground cell on a Sausalito, Calif., houseboat, has long been suspected of involvement in the bombing.


Anyone who has ever researched the Weather Underground knows that it was (and is) Dohrn who wore the pants in that relationship. Simply put, she is one scary, evil bitch.

The goals of the Weathermen and Ayers/Dohrn were always well spelled out very clearly... to start a race war in the United States with the goals of toppling the government, destroying capitalism, and fuck anyone who disagreed with them.

As evidence against the idea of the government murdering its opponents (see Fred Hampton) in the 60's, I give you Ayers and Dohrn - still alive and still trying to destroy the country. These two should have been jailed for a long, long time (and honestly... why those two weren't taken out by the FBI is beyond me).

But instead they're grooming the fucking President of the United States.

Son. of. a. bitch.


Further reading...

"Bill Ayers: Unrepentant LYING Terrorist" from National Review

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

D.C. Sniper John Allen Muhammad Executed!




Evil racist fucker John Allen Muhammad's useless life was ended last night, bringing closure to the families of the ten people he murdered and the three he injured during his "beltway sniper" jihad, and bringing a sigh of relief to all of those who lived through the terrorist action in the DC area in 2002.

Muhammad was a terrorist - specifically a muslim terrorist - a Nation of Islam convert who did what Nation of Islam converts are good at doing... waging war on the innocent.

He was a sick, demented, racist piece of shit, and the only sadness I feel is disappointment that he didn't get the electric chair.

And, once again, to all you death penalty opponents everywhere -


Compassion for the guilty
is cruelty to the innocent.


I only wish that you could have been one of the victims. Now that would have been justice.

Go fuck yourselves.



Next Up: Curtis Lavelle Vance

No need to clean the syringes...

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Election Night Redux: Some Big Victories and Some Small-to-Medium Losses

Election night is over with some significant gains for conservatives...

In Virginia - being touted by the liberal media as a "new swing state" - swung very decisively back to the red shade of purple, with Republicans sweeping the big races. Bob McDonnell destroyed Creigh Deeds in the Governor's race by nearly 20%, Lt. Gov Bill Bolling won re-election, and former state Senator Ken Cuccinnelli took the Attorney General's post.

In New Jersey, Chris Christie defeated Democrat incumbent Jon Corzine to be the first Republican Governor in the heavily Democrat state in 12 years.

And in Maine, voters repealed a state law allowing same-sex marriage. This means that gay marriage has now lost in all 31 states in which it has been put to a popular vote (in contrast, constitutional amendments banning gay marriage have been approved in all 30 states where they have been on the ballot). Do you think that maybe - just maybe - those legislators and judges who seem so intent on ramming gay marriage down our throats are maybe just a tad out of touch???

Conservatives would not take the day in New York's 23rd, however, with Bill Owens beating out Doug Hoffman. Dede Scozzafava - the (ahem) Republican Party pick to run for the seat, managed to get herself all but run out of the state by the conservative wing of the party for her stances on gay marriage and abortion, and that she was way too liberal for their liking. As expected, Scozzafava dropped out of the race, but then unexpectedly endorsed Owens the Democrat - after some apparent intervention from the White House.

And in California anti-establishment fever is clearly not taking hold in the 10th, as career politician and Pelosibot John Garamendi beat Republican David Harmer as expected. The Dems gained nothing here, just trading one liberal career politician for another, and it has opened up the Lt. Governor's seat for a possible Republican challenge.

Now... everyone is saying this doesn't mean much in the grand scheme of things and maybe they're right. But consider this... Obama was not a wallflower in this election; he campaigned actively for Deeds and very actively for Corzine - and still lost! This does not bode well for the Messiah.

And when the true costs are known of the bailouts, health care reform, and global warming inititatives (not to mention the illegal alien amnesty coming soon), Obama ain't gonna be worth shit. This backlash has only just begun. When the true scope of the disaster that is the Obama Administration comes to light, there won't be a single Democrat in Congress.

Well, except for San Francisco, of course.