WERE SLEDGEHAMMER ATTACKS RACIALLY-MOTIVATED?

Crime may fit pattern of downplayed black on white crime

Some are questioning whether a series of hammer attacks which took place near Las Vegas last Friday were motivated by racial factors, a distinction which would add it to the growing list of black on white crimes garnering little to no attention in the mainstream press.

Las Vegas resident Damien Robins, 31, faces six attempted murder charges and one count of assault with a deadly weapon after he launched a series of random assaults last Friday on drivers in Boulder City, carrying out multiple sledgehammer attacks on nearly 10 people within the course of an hour.

Fox 5 Vegas reports:

[Henderson Police Department spokesperson Keith] Paul said the incident started in Boulder City around 8 p.m. Friday when Robins is accused of attacking a woman in a car with a one-handed sledgehammer in a convenience store parking lot. He then attacked two elderly people in the parking lot of a Boulder City auto parts store, according to Paul.

Next, police said Robins ran a driver off the road on U.S. 93 and hit the male driver several times with the hammer. Authorities said after that attack, Robins drove off and ran another driver off the roadway and attacked that driver with the hammer.
Attack victim Nicole Thompson (pictured below) told CBS affiliate 8 News Now she pleaded for her life as Robins smashed out her windows and proceeded to hit her in the head.

27-year-old sledgehammer attack victim Nicole Thompson told news outlets she told attacker, “I don’t want to die.” / Credit: 8NewsNow.com
27-year-old sledgehammer attack victim Nicole Thompson told news outlets she told attacker, “I don’t want to die.” / Credit: 8NewsNow.com

“He got out, holding something, a hammer in his hand,” Thompson said. “So, I was saying ‘Please, you have the wrong person, please, please, please,’ and he started hitting the car. I just started telling him you know, I don’t want to die, I have a child at home, and he just started hitting me in the face.”

“He was just crazed,” she said. “I don’t know, he was just going and just hitting me.”

Maggie McDonald says Robins attacked her sister through a Taco Bell drive-thru window. / Credit: Fox5Vegas.com
Witness Maggie McDonald says Robins attacked her sister through a Taco Bell drive-thru window. / Credit: Fox5Vegas.com

While police are still reportedly seeking a motive, one plausible explanation is that the attacks were motivated by race.

As we have witnessed in the past, the corporate media routinely underreports crimes perpetrated by black citizens in which the victim is white, while on the other hand, white on black crimes are magnified in order to promote the theory that blacks face a growing hate crimes threat from whites, serving to further incite racial tensions.

“In reality, crime statistics drawn from Justice Department and FBI figures show that ‘Blacks are an estimated 39 times more likely to commit violent crime against a white person than vice versa, and 136 times more likely to commit robbery,’” Paul Joseph Watson reported in 2013.

Last year following the acquittal of Trayvon Martin murder suspect George Zimmerman, we documented a rash of unprovoked black on white attacks which received little to no mainstream media attention aside from sites like WND, Drudge Report and Infowars.

trayvon1We reported on accusations leveled against the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office in July 2013 claiming it helped cover up the hate crime murder of two white brothers who were possibly attacked due to a bumper sticker on their truck that read “Free Zimmerman.”

We also reported on the beating of a white conservative journalist and filmmaker who said he was approached repeatedly by protestors demanding he stop filming. The journalist said he was surrounded by an angry mob and attacked by an interminable number of people before he was able to fend them off.

Even before Zimmerman’s case went to trial, we documented a spate of violent incidents that were conducted in the name of “Justice for Trayvon.”

In April 2012, Matthew Owens was seriously injured in Mobile, Alabama, after “about 20 African American adults beat Owens — who is white — into a bloody pulp with brass knuckles, pipes and even paint cans,” according to the Huffington Post. “Now that’s justice for Trayvon,” said one of the assailants.

Also in 2012, the Toledo Blade reported that a 78 year old man was attacked by a gang of thugs. “While Mr. Watts was down the boys kicked him, over and over, shouting, ‘[Get] that white [man]. This is for Trayvon … Trayvon lives, white [man]. Kill that white [man],’ according to a police report,” the newspaper reported.

The media’s latest racial exploitation revolves around the August 2014 police shooting death of Ferguson, Missouri teen Michael Brown, where the press’s slanted coverage has driven protesters into a frenzy, with some issuing calls to launch unprovoked attacks on white people, despite evidence emerging which suggests the cop who shot the teen may have been justified in doing so.

Is the NAACP Planning to Deliberately Deceive Voters in North Carolina So They Can Overturn the Voter ID Law?

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October 23, 2014 By Jennifer Burke

Rev. Dr. William Barber of the NC NAACP

This isn’t just voter fraud. This is an allegation of planned manipulation of black voters in North Carolina by the NAACP in support of activist Attorney General Eric Holder’s lawsuit against the voter ID requirement in North Carolina. The plan seems targeted, well-developed, and quite sinister in nature. If true, then it shows that the NAACP wants to create chaos in order to cry racism and use that as leverage to throw out voter ID requirements in the state of North Carolina.

Judicial Watch obtained a copy of the letter which references a speech given by Dr. Rev. William Barber, who heads the NAACP in North Carolina, at the North Carolina State Conference of the NAACP. In his speech, the letter alleges that Barber encouraged those in attendance to mislead voters on Election Day. He wants NAACP members to lead blacks to believe that they do not need to register to vote prior to the election and that there is no such thing as an assigned polling station, that they can vote anywhere.

From the letter:

It is also our understanding that during the [NAACP conference], Rev. Barber urged those in attendance to take unregistered voters to vote during the Early Voting period and to engage in get-out-the vote activities that included transporting registered voters to vote in precincts in which they are not assigned to vote on Election Day, or words to that effect. The stated purpose for these activities, as I understand it, was to gather evidence for and thereby enhance plaintiffs prospects of success in the litigation involving [North Carolina’s Election Integrity Laws]. If such activities were to occur, they would not only appear to unfairly prejudice defendants in the pending litigation but would also be disruptive to the election process and could result in voter confusion or disenfranchisement. We also question whether any such plan orconduct violates North Carolina election laws.

Six Years Later, Not Even 1 Out of 10 Believe in President Obama’s Famous ‘Hope & Change’ Line…

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BY KEVIN BOYD

The Washington Post has a report on a new poll conducted by the AP that measured how enthusiastic voters are about the Obama presidency. What the AP found was that voters aren’t very enthusiastic about the Obama presidency anymore. Clearly, the magic has faded.

Here’s what they found:

The AP-GfK poll asked the approve/disapprove question, finding 17 percent of likely voters said they strongly approve of Obama and 44 percent strongly disapprove. But then it asked a separate — and we would argue, more enlightening — question about the Obama administration. It asked how people felt about it, and gave them four options: “enthusiastic,” “satisfied but not enthusiastic,” “dissatisfied but not angry,” and “angry.”

That would seem to be a pretty good analogue for the approve/disapprove question, but the answers are quite a bit different. While 17 percent of likely voters “strongly approve” of Obama, just 9 percent say they are “enthusiastic” about his administration.

On the other side, 34 percent say they are “angry” about Obama’s presidency. Again, that’s less than the 44 percent who “strongly disapprove” of Obama.
This has manifested itself in different ways. One of those ways is when Democrats walked out of an Obama speech this past weekend in Maryland. Another way is that some key Democrat constituencies are threatening to abandon Democrats.

Voters expect results and so far, Democrats haven’t delivered in six years of governing. A Gallup poll gives Republicans the lead on all major issues heading into the midterm elections in less than two weeks.

All good things, even vague appeals to “hope and change,” must come to an end.