CHARLES BARKLEY ON ZIMMERMAN: ‘I AGREED WITH THE VERDICT…I WATCHED THIS TRIAL CLOSELY’…BARKLEY NOT A RACE MERCHANT BECAUSE UNLIKE OTHER CELEBS OUT THERE HE DID WATCHED THE TRIAL

 –There are a lot of black people are racist, too. I think sometimes when people talk about racism, they act like only white people are racist.

-There are a lot of black people who are racist. And I don’t like it when it gets out there in the media because I don’t think the media has clean hands

I watched this trial closely. And I watch these people are television talking about it. A lot of these people have a hidden agenda.

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BLACK MOB: GROUP OF BLACKS BEAT A HISPANIC MAN USING A GUN AT PATTERSON PARK, BALTIMORE, WHILE SCREAMING ‘THIS IS FOR TRAYVON!’, WITNESS REAL ESTATE AGENT CHRISTINA DUDLEY POSTED IT ON FACEBOOK

Witness claims youths yelled ‘this is for Trayvon’ in beating

Police still investigating claim in beating of Hispanic man

 
By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun July 15, 2013
 

Baltimore police say they are investigating a witness account that a group of black youths beat a Hispanic man near Patterson Park Sunday while saying, “This is for Trayvon.” Continue reading

‘BLACK BLOOD SPILLS IN THE STREETS OF AMERICA AT THE HANDS OF OTHER BLACKS’: RARE TRUTHFUL INSIGHT FROM RAPPER LUPE FIASCO IN THE WAKE OF ZIMMERMAN’S NOT GUILTY VERDICT

While the rest of celebrities are going to social media to blast America as racist in the wake  of the Zimmerman verdict, a rare and truthful insight about the Trayvon Martin shooting case was heard from a rapper Lupe Fiasco. He pointed out the painful truth that black leaders, black celebrities and everyone in the hood and out of the hood  dare not acknowledge publicly – the nightly black blood that spills in the streets of America at the hands of other blacks. Continue reading

BLACK PEOPLE FOR PAULA DEEN TO RALLY IN TIMES SQUARE OUTSIDE GOOD MORNING AMERICA SET

BlacBlack People for Paula” Group Plans Times Square Rally

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“Black People for Paula” Group Plans Times Square Rally

A Paula Deen fan club called “Black People for Paula” is planning a rally in Times Square.

According to the group’s website, the (as yet unnamed) founder of Black People for Paula and “over 100 of [his or her] friends” will gather outside the windows of the Good Morning America set during the show’s filming on August 16. They plan to wear pink t-shirts that feature the BPP logo and carry a large banner that says “We Forgive You Paula.” Continue reading

BENNY’S BURRITOS NYC: GOLDMAN SACH’S EMPLOYEE KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS OUTSIDE RESTAURANT AFTERCALLING A BLACK CUSTOMER THE ‘N’ WORD AND BLAMING BLACKS FOR LOSING HIS JOB, DENNIS REDDISH CHARGED WITH ASSAULT

A man was punched and knocked unconcious when he hit his head on a curb outside 109 Greenwich St. in Manhattan on Friday, July 12, 2013. According to witnesses, the man appeared drunk and was verbally assaulting a black man who was eating nearby. The white man allegedly used the "N-word" and other racial epithets before being hit. -- Photo by Nathaniel Solares

Man knocked unconscious, cracks skull in Manhattan after racial slur: witnesses

Witnesses outside Benny’s Burritos said the white man, who cops say is in his 30s, was belting back beers and mouthed off to a black customer. Continue reading

THE DEADLY RACIST “KNOCK OUT” GAME: MAN ATTACKED, EYEBALL KICKED OUT OF SOCKET AND DIED THE NEXT DAY

By Colin Flaherty, WND :

After one murder and who knows how many beatings, city officials finally admitted the Knockout Game has come to Syracuse. Absent one fact: The Knockout Game is part of an epidemic of black mob violence played hundreds of times across the country. It is documented in “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it.”

But the chief of police and the mayor could not bring themselves to say it. Talking with reporters Thursday night, they said the violence was a “random … teenage” thing. One week after the fatal attack, the Syracuse Post-Standard reported some of the details: A 51-year-old ex-con was waiting at a bus stop, an unopened can of beer and the change from a $10 bill in his hand.

One person hit Michael Daniels, dropping him to his knees. They ran away, but seeing him helpless, the group returned. The police won’t say, but it could have been as many as five people. Or more. That is when it got nasty: They punched and kicked him until one of his eyeballs came out of its socket. They laughed at that. He died the next day. There was no robbery.

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