Jun 3, 2014

Whites in New Orleans Forced to Form 'Minuteman' Patrol to Protect Themselves from Black Violence

So your vocation is a jazz musician.

You're employed in New Orleans, playing music for paying customers in the French Quarter. 

Well-known throughout the city, you're attacked late at night by two black males, Reeshawn Arnold and Terrell Belvin.

Nothing is stolen. No money. Not even your instrument, which you had just finished playing at a well-attended show. 

Your name is Doug Potter. A white man, trying to make a living in the . . . Read more

72-Year-Old White Man Beaten to Death by Four Blacks in a Mercedes

72-year-old retired building contractor Lukas Labuschagne was kicked to death by 4 angry black males in a Mercedes.

The old Afrikaner was driving his bakkie to take his son Adriaan and two of their workers around on jobs because Adriaan’s vehicle was being serviced.

The group was confronted by four black males who were driving their Mercedes recklessly, and at high speed through . . . Read more

Black Mob Attacks White Mom in Chuck E. Cheese Restaurant

A White mother was in a majority black Chuck E. Cheese franchise when an enormous Black mob of other mothers started screaming, pushing and getting in her face.

After they got increasingly closer, the White mother started sticking her arm out to keep a distance between her and these miscreants.

It was not long after that when the Black mob stormed and started beating the White woman.


Negro Sentenced for Strangling White Man for His ATM Card

A 44-year-old . . . man was sentenced Friday to 26 years to life in prison for strangling a man for his ATM card in the Mission District.

Richard Pouncy was convicted of first-degree murder on May 9 for the killing of 47-year-old Richard Sprague.

Sprague was found dead on the . . . morning of Feb. 19, 2012. . . .

A woman reported hearing cries for help . . . Read more

Black Service Technician Stalks White Women Whose Homes He Worked in

A man arrested for stalking and harassment is now back on the street after bonding out of jail, and one of his alleged victims is coming forward . . .

["Angela" said] it all began with troubling and anonymous emails and texts, from someone who seemed to know personal details about her and her home.

The president of a local laundry company that employed the suspect, 27-year-old Charlie . . . Read more