Obama supports dead blacks but ignores dead police

Have just received the most extraordinary letter from the White House and no, I’m nothing special, you can sign up for these periodic missives from Obama’s spokeperson.

This one though takes the biscuit. Not reprinting the lot but will keep it on file. Suffice to say he was going on about two people – Alton Steel and Philando Castille.

All right, I know nothing about them but presume they were shot by police, it says in Louisiana and Minnesota.  That one I should look into to see what it was about.  Meanwhile, this has happened:

4 police shot

It says:

The gunfire broke out at around 20:45 local time on Thursday (01:45 GMT Friday).

The email to me said:

The White House <info@mail.whitehouse.gov> 03:54 (3 hours ago)

Just checked and there are 6 hours difference, but on local time there, the shooting was at 20.45 yesterday and the White House message was at 03.54 this morning. Let’s assume that that is our time, deduct 6 hours and it’s still 09.54 Dallas time, an hour after the shootings.

Here is the tone, by the way:

obama backing blacks

The most charitable thing to be said is that the wheels of the White House move very slowly. No one thought to get to that message and at least hold it, pending checking with POTUS.

What can one say?

It does illustrate, in general, what is going on over there and similar tricks are going on over here. Either it was a black or a leftist who did the sniping or else it was someone else and it is that which concerns me even more.

In Kiev, there was copious evidence of US presence through NATO in the firing on both sides on that Maidan march killing.  Some people still can’t get through their heads that their govt. or rather arms of the govt have people who carry out acts against the people. There are too many cases coming through.

On top of that are all the anomalies such as Sandy Hook which were no way kosher in the way they happened. Every incident from WTC7 onwards is tainted or questionable on many levels. In fact, one can go back to JFK and the Warren Commission.

Point is, it does not take any tinfoilhatism, say on the RFK killing. It’s been shown by many sites quoting officers of the time and looking at it in detail that there was no way it happened as officially recorded.

And that’s where some of you and I part company, isn’t it? Because some of you believe no such thing would or could ever happen.  If by that, we mean no way a govt officer would carry out an assassination of its own or someone else, then even if we accept that, where does that leave us?

It leaves us with a succession of one off people stepping up, doing the hit, dropping back again and the pattern is always the same. I’d accept that if there were no anomalies. That is, if there only ever was that one gunman, let alone how he got that close, and no one suggested anything otherwise, then OK.

But in all the major cases in the past few decades, there have always been great anomalies and strange behaviour from the authorities in response. It’s that which gets suspicion going. And that suspicion is not helped, is it, by the event playing straight into the hands of the policy the govt is trying to push at the time, from the Patriot Act to this disarming of citizens USA wide.

So let’s see how this one unfolds.

6 comments for “Obama supports dead blacks but ignores dead police

  1. July 8, 2016 at 7:50 am

    UPDATE: Look at this:


    Dateline was 2.12 yesterday afternoon for the original message by the President to go out. That was updated to include a youtube of his remarks in the evening. However, it does not specify when in the evening.

    Let’s say the youtube was before the shootings of the police. Bottom line is that that message went out to us at 03.54 our time this morning, meaning 21.54 his time, an hour after the shootings.

    Incidentally,the text to us seems the same as the one you can find at the WH site.

  2. John in cheshire
    July 8, 2016 at 8:50 am

    James, I too think it’s all very puzzling and what happened in Ukraine seems to have many similarities. In addition, I’d suggest:
    1. White lives matter and police lives matter
    2. There are lots of Chinese, Korean, Vietnam etc people in the USA and they don’t seem to get into such situations, why is that? Could it be that they aren’t inherently violent lawbreakers even though there are undoubtedly criminal gangs among them? Is it insensitive to say to the blacks don’t commit so many violent actions and maybe the police won’t be so nervous when apprehending you and maybe you won’t get shot by them?
    3. There are many more whites attacked and killed by blacks in the US but that doesn’t seem to matter.
    4. I don’t recall there being protests about Italians being killed during the years of mafia and other organised crime when the police were cracking down on it and killing gang members.
    5. I think Mr Obama and the likes of Mr Soros and others are to blame for what is happening. These past decades they’ve had an agenda to stir up racial unrest, aimed at white people, so they are probably quite pleased with themselves about what happened last night. It’s towards these wicked men that the accusatory finger should be pointed.

    • July 8, 2016 at 9:12 am

      Agreed. And gunman shot himself. You can say coward, you can also say Manchurian.

      It doesn’t alter the accusatory finger.

    • Voice of Reason
      July 8, 2016 at 1:33 pm

      Actually, LA and other California cities, as well as Toronto, all had a huge problem with Vietnamese gangs having gun battles in the streets.

  3. Henry Kaye
    July 8, 2016 at 11:14 am

    I have something to say on this subject. I lived and worked in Bermuda for 32 years and because of the proximity to the USA paid many visits there for both pleasure and business. On one occasion I was on business in Alabama and was staying at a hotel that was hosting a Police Chiefs Convention. I was in the hotel restaurant sitting close to a table occupied by two senior police officers. They were not hiding their conversations and I heard one of them proclaim that “Blacks were to blame for all the troubles” As a long term resident of Bermuda which is 70% Black, I was angry at this announcement. Not because it was not necessarily incorrect but because it didn’t seem the right attitude for senior police chiefs to be adopting. It was certainly true that the small amount of criminal and antisocial behaviour that was evident in Bermuda was emanating from those at the bottom of the socio-economic scale and for historic reasons that meant that they were mainly from the Black community but the Black community as a whole was (and still is as far as I know) thoroughly law abiding and highly respectable. Having visited the USA on many, many occasions I would say that the same is true of that country. There is no doubt that the people at the bottom of socio-economic scale are mainly Black and probably responsible for most of the antisocial and criminal activity but this must not be taken to slander the whole of the Black community. I can’t comment on how the US police react to this situation as my contact with US police is negligible but I suspect that their response to situations may be overkill.

  4. Hereward Unbowed.
    July 8, 2016 at 1:19 pm

    There’s a whole industry dedicated to the grievance culture, $billions, sunk into perpetuating poverty and hatred. But surely, he who trades on being a major shroud waver of the inequality gravy train…….contrast, Obama is the stand out example that, things are now pretty much equal – in America…is he not?

    The other irony, Obarmy is one of the champions of corporate America and all the good things that water tight cartels can bring, not least millions of foreign workers. There’s a bit of a problem there, don’t you think? Obarmy chooses always and quite unsurprisingly – never to mention that fact – corporate giants cement poverty, lock it in to the poorest strata of society, only good education, free markets can pull people out of poverty – America has neither of these.

    The guy Mr. Alton Sterling who was shot, just trying to make a living – WTF was that all about?

    The fellow in the car Mr. Philando Castile – I dunno but it seemed like a unnecessary OTT response – and there was a CHILD in the car FFS, unlikely that this guy was a crackhead whacko.

    Of course, the police do a difficult job, of course most of the crime in downtown areas maybe is perpetrated by a black/hispanic underclass but for crying out loud. Policing; make it proportionate to the crime and if they ain’t committing a crime – leave them be – they’re just people for goodness sakes. Behind it all though, who are the real criminals, the hoods of government….?

    Sincere condolences and heartfelt, to the murdered police officers families and friends.

    As I said not an easy job and that should be emphasized.

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