Read this Facebook post by Anita Saunders, the mother of Donte and Justin Robinson, the accused murderers of 12-year-old Autumn Pasquale. In her post she criticizes “judgemental” people and admonishes those angry over the brutal slaughter of a child to, as fellow sinners, cast no stones.
No doubt Miss Saunders is under a great deal of stress, but given the circumstances, can you imagine yourself writing what she wrote? Who would mentally compose such thoughts, let alone post them on Facebook? It reads as something an ill-mannered, poorly parented 13-year-old would post: a missive penned not by the sorrowful hand of a mother devastated by the alleged murderous actions of her offspring, but by the finger-wagging hand of someone angered by those she says are “judgemental” and “casting stones.” It is notable that in her Facebook post Miss Saunders mentions neither her sons, nor Autumn Pasquale!
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“SIN is sin,” says Anita Saunders.
Indeed it is, and shame is shame – something often found to be in short supply in the black “community,” particularly when one of their savages snuffs the life out of yet another innocent white person.
Of course, some black people are unapologetically embarrassed by anti-white blacks, but a great many must be unembarrassed and unremorseful, otherwise would not the voices of tens of thousands of angry black people fill the airwaves via local television or radio? Wouldn’t the internet be overflowing with black people voicing their displeasure with the rampant black violence that plagues every nation in which black people live? Would we not read the words of tens of thousands of concerned black citizens condemning anti-white black violence in letters to local newspapers across the country? The media in Western nations ignores black-on-white crime, but that doesn’t mean that black people cannot still let their voices be heard if they so choose.
Yet, we hear more of their grievances toward white Americans than of their regret and sorrow for the anti-white attitudes and violence so common amongst black Americans. If they were remorseful in great numbers would we not hear of numerous high-profile ”black leaders” scheduling news conferences to proclaim their disgust with the violence perpetrated by black Americans against non-black (mostly white) Americans? Would they not shout from the mountaintops their disapproval of the thousands of black-on-white violent crimes that take place in America every year?
Yet, we hear nothing. Or, we hear acceptance of black violence against white people.
Sin is sin, and we all sin, but in the mind of man murder is something by itself. If someone in your family murders someone you should never stop apologizing. Imagine the shame and sorrow that white people, especially the immediate family of the murdering savages, would publicly display if this had been two white boys murdering a black child. Where is the equivalent reaction from the black population of America?
Surely our president will soon speak out as vociferously against the well-documented black-on-white violence that plagues our nation. We anxiously await such a press conference by the leader of the free world and will post the video here as soon as it is available!
A Nation Divided
We cannot. We are not one nation – we are not even two nations. We were one nation; then with the justice of emancipation (regardless of the reasons for emancipation or the method of its implementation) America became two nations, one white, one black. Around the turn of the twentieth century, the progressives gained power, and America became three nations; one white Traditionalist, one white anti-Traditionalist, one black. With the massive immigration of Hispanics and other non-white people, we are now four separate nations and counting.
While the problems with black-on-white violence in America are not primarily the result of the massive immigration of non-white people, such immigration can only serve to exacerbate the situation. There have been several attacks on white people in all Western countries enriched by non-white immigration, and logic would lead to the conclusion that more third-world immigrants can only lead to an increase in such violence.
America must soon bring to a halt this third-world immigration and repeal the Immigration Act of 1965, the passage of which forbade application approval based on nation of origin. If we do not take those two steps and begin to return America to a majority white population, the future of our nation is that of an increasingly fractured society with an increasingly targeted white population.
An ancient proverb quoted by Socrates says that friends should have all things in common. Many Americans, due to racial differences, no longer have much in common and are, as a result, a divided people. No nation has ever survived such division, and neither shall America if we remain on our current path.