Wednesday, July 05, 2017

The "Salon.com's" D. Watkins - A NEGRO RECRUIT from the "Baltimore Writers Project", DOES NOT Subscribe To "The Economist Magazine" Nor Does HE GIVE A DAMN About How The REAL WORLD TRUTH In Baltimore Makes His Arguments Appear To Come From A CLOWN

A few days ago I had never heard of "D. Watkins" - Paid Negro on the "Salon.com" Staff.

HIS FRAUDULENT technique, however, is well worn:


  1. GET ANGRY about "BLACK PEOPLE BEING KILLED IN AMERICA"
  2. Then MOLEST that Black Community's "Spirit Of Discernment" by LIMITING his scope to WHITE POLICE KILLINGS OF BLACKS
  3. Then MOLEST the 'Black Community's Spirit Of Equilibration" by walking past the PILES OF DEAD BLACK BODIES killed in "Street Pirate Sponsored Executions" TO-DAMNED-DAY by spanning the last 60 years of members to the "Black Civil Rights Homicide Martyr Hall Of Fame" since EMMETT TILL!!

The other day as I was DUMBFOUNDED that no other Blacks are CALLING OUT THIS FRAUDULENT TECHNIQUE - I received the latest copy of "The Economist Magazine" and it had a story on D-WATKIN'S HOME TOWN of BALTIMORE. 

Once again AFFIRMING HIS FRAUD.

ALL PAID BLACKS IN THE MEDIA, ACADEMICS AND ENTERTAINMENT ACTIVISM Should Have A CONTRACT STIPULATION, Providing Them With CREDIBLE 3RD PARTY SOURCES OF RESEARCH AND OPINION 




IN MOST places in America, murders are rarer than they have ever been before. Baltimore is not one of them. On June 12th the city witnessed another six killings. That raised the number of homicides in the city during 2017 to 159—the highest recorded mark by that stage of the year since at least 1990, even though the city’s population was much bigger then than it is now. If weighted to reflect the murder rate’s tendency to climb in the hot, fractious summer months, Baltimore is on track to see more than 400 killings this year.
The city has too many problems to address at once. A former steel and manufacturing hub, it has lost 75,000 factory jobs since 1990. As a result, around a quarter of Baltimoreans are stuck in poverty, with few obvious ways out. The police department last year was the subject of a damning report from the Department of Justice, which concluded that many of its officers were poorly trained, racist and incompetent, especially in their bungled efforts to patrol poor, black neighbourhoods. Moreover, according to an estimate by the health department, around 50,000 Baltimoreans are addicted to opioids (although some consider that an exaggeration).
The upshot is that black men in Baltimore aged between 15 and 29 are as likely to die violently as American soldiers were in Iraq at the height of the country’s Baathist insurgency. As yet, there is no sign of Maryland or the federal government taking the sort of emergency action such a disaster would seem to justify.



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