Saturday, August 24, 2013


 prgrsvimg Delbert Belton an 88-year-old veteran of World War II was beaten to death outside the Eagles Lodge in Spokane, and police are looking for two young men who may be responsible for the attack
R.I.P.  Chris Lane, 23                                        R.I.P.  Delbert "Shorty" Belton, 88
Killed by "bored" black teens.                             Killed by two black teens.
During this, the week of the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr's "I Have A Dream" speech and the march on Washington, we continue to see inexplicable, unprovoked attacks by black youth on whites.  These killings aren't a response to a threat or attack.  They aren't even motivated by revenge (unless you count manufactured outrage over Trayvon a legitimate basis for revenge).  They're simply the most recent example of the disintegration of civil society.  As well as the result of decades of permissive Progressive policies of not holding people accountable to standards of behavior.
Mr. Chris Lane was a promising young Australian baseball player who came to America to attend college on a baseball scholarship.  He was shot (in the back) as he was jogging near his girlfriend's home by two black teens for no other reason than   "We were bored and didn't have anything to do, so we decided to kill somebody."
Both shooting suspects, 15-year-old James Edwards Jr., and 16-yr-old Chancey Luna, are being held in Duncan, Oklahoma without bond while the driver of the car, 17-yr-old caucasian Michael Jones, is being held on a bond of $1 million.

Decorated World War II combat veteran Delbert Belton, called "Shorty" by his friends, was killed outside a local Eagles Lodge by two local black teen boys wielding heavy flashlights.  His daughter-in-law reported that as a result of the beating he was  "......bleeding from all parts of his face."
Police have arrested one of the suspects, 16-yr-old  Demetrius Glenn.  Glenn faces charges of first-degree murder and robbery.  The teen has an extensive juvenile criminal history (malicious mischief, fourth-degree assault, driving without a license and riot with a deadly weapon) and will be tried as an adult.

The second teen involved in the attack, 16-year-old Kenan Adams Kinard, currently remains at large.

Shorty was going to the Eagles Lodge to play some pool and was reportedly waiting for a lady friend so she wouldn't have to walk the parking lot and enter the club alone and unescorted.  In other words, he was a true gentleman, in addition to being a war hero.

The punks who attacked him and left him for dead are examples of the kind of lame-ass, cowardly, wanna-be tough guys being turned out by our inner cities and a popular culture that, more and more, celebrates violence for the sake of violence.

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Those who presume to preach on the issue of racial inequality, "institutionalized racism" and the like have been remarkably silent on these attacks.  Just the same as they've been silent on other black on white violence, such as the attack by three 15-yr-old black boys on a younger 13-yr-old white kid on a school bus in Florida.

Mr. King's dream was for an America where his children and grand children would be judged according to their character, not by the color of their skin.  The actions of these teens, as well as others nationwide over the last couple of generations would no doubt have greatly distressed him.  He was a man of God, a man of justice.  As such, he would have been at the forefront of those denouncing these "young men" and their actions.  Judge them according to the "content of their character"?  They have none.  If you dare to point that out, white or black, you will be attacked as either a racist or an "Uncle Tom" betraying your race.

As long as we allow the purveyors of division to frustrate progress toward a truly "color-blind" society, Rev. King's dream will never be realized.



It just keeps getting worse.  Just up on is a story of a helpless 99-yr-old woman, murdered during a robbery by a 20-yr-old black man. 

 Poughkeepsie (poh-KIHP'-see) City Police say 20-year-old Javon Tyrek Rogers was arraigned Saturday, charged with burglary and first-degree murder in the death of Fannie Gumbinger.
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