Young White Woman Employee Shot by Negros During Restaurant Robbery Dies

CHELSEA BELLER SHOT DEAD AFTER OPENING SAFE.

There’s nothing to be said that hasn’t already been said before about black criminality.

Our forefathers implemented segregation because segregation made everyone safer. If Chelsea Beller’s upscale Atlanta restaurant had the right to bar Negros from entering, she would still be alive today.

AJC

Video surveillance shows three masked people responsible for the particularly heinous shooting of an Atlanta restaurant manager Sunday, police said.

Chelsea Beller of Atlanta was forced upstairs to open a safe during a robbery by three masked suspects at Barcelona Wine Bar on Howell Mill Road, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution previously reported. The rest of the employees were tied up with electrical tape, police said.

After opening the safe, Beller was shot in the shoulder and later died at Grady Memorial Hospital.

While police know three people are responsible, they are asking for the public’s help in identifying them and have issued a higher-than-usual reward, Atlanta police spokesman Carlos Campos said Monday in a statement.

The usual $2,000 Crime Stoppers reward for information leading to an arrest and indictment is more than tripled at $7,000.

“No crime against our citizens, anywhere in the city, is acceptable,” Campos said. “But the robbery and murder of an innocent restaurant manager doing her job is a terrible crime that has shocked even the most jaded among us here at APD.”

Police are continuing to investigate the shooting and robbery and ask anyone with information to provide an anonymous tip through Crime Stoppers Atlanta by calling 404-577-TIPS (8477).

If the Negro worked as hard at education and real work as he does at crime, he might be an asset to society.

As it is, he’s a liability. Even the Great Emancipator Abraham Lincoln wanted him out of the United States.

The best thing we could do short-term to protect the public is to implement judicially administered corporal punishment. Blacks would be whipped when stepping out of line (as would everyone). Pain is the only language they understand. Prison is like a vacation to them.

The death penalty (public hanging) should be imposed on the three killers very shortly after their trial.

WSB

“She was just a positive person, fun loving. She didn’t have an enemy to speak of,” said her cousin, Brandi Borgwat. “Everybody that knew her, loved her.”

Friends left flowers and candles outside the restaurant Sunday afternoon.

While the investigation continues, Beller’s family hopes that her killers are not on the streets for much longer.

“She deserves justice for this,” said Borgwat.

Vile (((Lena Dunham’s))) Virtue Signaling About Rape Refuted by FACTS

Disgusting, nasty human being Lena Dunham defended one of her writers against a rape accusation last week. When others are accused, she’s ready to pile on.

She admitted in her book to molesting her kid sister.

She’s garbage.

The facts about rape accusations offered in this excerpt reveal at least some truth about FALSE rape accusations.

The Federalist

The recent hysteria over sexual assault has resulted in some delicious comeuppance for some of the most self-righteous among us. The best example of this is Lena Dunham.

In August, Dunham tweeted: “Things women do lie about: what they ate for lunch. Things women don’t lie about: rape.” When someone responded, pointing out that “10 percent of all rape allegations are false,” Dunham modified her claim, writing: “The actual number, while hard to track, is much closer to 3%.”

Dunham’s claim is dangerously misleading, as the number of “false accusations” refer only to reports that have been filed with police and proven to be false. Seeing as it’s nearly impossible to prove a negative, this number is likely lower than it should be.

This percentage (whether you believe it’s 2 percent, 3 percent, or 10 percent) doesn’t apply to accusations that can’t be proven one way or the other. The same studies that found 2 percent (or 7 percent in the example I’m using for the following numbers) or so to be proven false also find that another 8 percent are “unfounded/baseless,” meaning they don’t meet the criminal level of offense or were improperly coded as sexual assault.

Another 18 percent are considered “informational” and don’t meet the definition of a crime. Another 29 percent are labeled “suspended” because there wasn’t enough evidence to say a crime occurred. Another 18 percent involve identifying a perpetrator but something “beyond the control of law enforcement” keeps them from making an arrest, such as a lack of victim cooperation.

A chart linked to the study I cited above breaks down what happens after an arrest is made. One-third of those cases are rejected by the prosecution, another 21 percent are dismissed with all charges dropped, and another 2 percent are dismissed without dropping the charges. Two percent went to trial and were found “not guilty,” a third resulted in a guilty plea, 6 percent went to trial and were found “guilty,” and another 3 percent were classified as “other.”

So using the same logic as Dunham and others who flaunt this statistic, one would only be able to say that a smaller or equal number of accusations turn out to be “true” (as in, someone pled guilty or was found guilty at trial). But Dunham and others imply that the statistics mean 98 percent of accusations are definitely true, thus we should never doubt one.

Those of us who follow the explosion of accusations on college campuses against young men have wondered what would happen if Dunham herself, or someone close to her, were accused of sexual assault. It turns out she’d abandon that “women don’t lie” claim real quick. When her “Girls” writing partner Murray Miller was accused of sexual assault last week, Dunham defended him. She and “Girls” executive producer Jenni Konner wrote that Miller was the victim of a “misreported” accusation.”

After intense backlash (and a reminder of what she once said), Dunham apologized for the timing of her statement. It’s still likely she believes Miller was falsely accused. It’s very easy to take sides when something happens to other people, but when it happens to you or someone close to you, that can change. Dunham learned this the hard way.

Elephant cries after seeing others slaughtered in saddest Christmas advert ever made

Excerpt from metro.co.uk

This advert of an elephant crying may be one of the saddest Christmas adverts ever produced.

The highly emotionally charged clip challenges the UK Government’s view that animals aren’t sentient beings and Donald Trump’s view that hunting ‘trophies’ should be allowed.

It was produced by the World Wildlife Fund as part of their Just Like Us campaign.

It is a stark contrast to the monster under the bed advert from John Lewis and the carrot running for freedom from Aldi.

The video shows an elephant crying as it sees one of its herd gunned down by poachers for its tusks.

‘The illegal wildlife trade is a huge international organised crime, and the methods used by poachers and smugglers are becoming more and more sophisticated. It’s threatening to undo decades of conservation work.’

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#JustLikeUs, elephants feel complex emotions. Just like us, they feel loss. More African elephants are now being poached than born. This Christmas, help us tackle the illegal wildlife trade that’s putting these beautiful giants at risk

Zimbabwe’s Mugabe to Face Impeachment

As of this writing Robert Mugabe has shown no inclination to leave office.

It looks like he will have to be pushed out.

Will Zimbabwe peacefully transition to a different leader. You’ll have to take it day by day to see.

Sky News

Zimbabwe’s ousted vice president has called on Robert Mugabe to quit immediately – paving the way for him to take over.

Emmerson Mnangagwa – known as “the crocodile” – said in a statement on Tuesday that he is not in Zimbabwe and will not return until he is “satisfied of my personal security”.

He added that Mr Mugabe must “heed the call of the people to resign” or face “humiliation”.

Impeachment proceedings to remove the 93-year-old from power are expected to begin later – with the ruling Zanu-PF party backing Mr Mnangagwa to replace him.

Zimbabwe’s leader stunned his country on Sunday when he failed to announce that he was stepping down.

An ultimatum from Zanu-PF to resign by midday on Monday or face impeachment also came and went with no word from Mr Mugabe.

The party will now press ahead with impeachment by tabling a motion, and it believes it can all be done and dusted in a couple of days – contrary to the view of some experts.

“We want to get rid of this animal called Mugabe. We have the numbers, the opposition is also going to support us,” said Zanu-PF MP Vongai Mupereri.

“We are going to impeach – the man has to go,” MP MacKenzie Ncube told the AFP news agency.

Zimbabwe’s military chief said on Monday evening that a road map to hand over power had been agreed with Mr Mugabe.

Constantino Chiwenga said Mr Mnangagwa, whose firing led to the unrest in the country, would return to Zimbabwe “shortly” to meet the President.

Rubbing the noses of his opponents and most of his citizens, Mr Mugabe is also set to host a cabinet meeting on Tuesday at his official residence – although Zanu-PF has told ministers not to attend.

The 93-year-old has ruled Zimbabwe with an iron fist since 1980 and the end of British colonialism, but events last week have brought him to the brink.

The vice president’s sacking put Mugabe’s unpopular wife, Grace, in prime position to succeed him.

The army promptly seized power and put the President under house arrest – but insisted it had not staged a coup.

Despite the impeachment machinery getting moving on Tuesday, lawyers have told Sky News it could take months to prise him from power.

Tarisai Mutangi, a constitutional lawyer, said: “He knows the law is on his side, that the constitution is on his side and that the kingpins of this process want to do it constitutionally, and that means it’s going to take quite some time.”

Under the Zimbabwean constitution, the president can be impeached for four things:

:: Serious misconduct
:: Failure to obey, uphold or defend this constitution
:: Willful violation of this Constitution
:: Inability to perform the functions of the office because of physical or mental incapacity

Here’s some grandfatherly advice from Papa Mugabe:

UPDATED: Border Patrol Agent Ambushed, Bashed to Death by Pack of Illegals

ROGELIO MARTINEZ. HEAD BASHED IN BY BORDER JUMPERS.

Rocks? Probably man’s oldest weapon were used against two armed and trained Border Patrol Agents. The element of surprise can catch the best of us off guard.

There are no hints yet as to the identity of the murderers, but the FBI has been called in to investigate.

This post is a followup to an initial post where the details of the death of Agent Martinez were unclear. As of this writing, there’s still more to be learned.

One thing is clear, however. Illegals can be extremely dangerous and clever.

Fox News

Illegal immigrants appeared to have “ambushed” two U.S. Border Patrol agents near the Texas border with Mexico and bashed their heads with blunt objects — possibly rocks — killing one agent and sending another to a hospital in serious condition Sunday, a National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) official told Fox News.

Rogelio Martinez, 36, was killed and another agent, who has not been identified, was injured while they were patrolling the Big Bend Sector, leading authorities to scour West Texas for the attackers, officials said. Although few details about the incident have been released, Brandon Judd, the president of the NBPC, told Fox News on Monday it appeared Martinez and the second agent were “ambushed” by a group of illegal immigrants.

“We don’t know exactly what happened because we weren’t there. However, just from agents that were working in the area, reports are saying it was an attack and it would appear to be an ambush,” Judd said.

He added: “There’s a high likelihood this was an assault on the agents.”

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has offered a reward of up to $20,000 “for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible” for the attack.

Judd said Martinez died of blunt force trauma to the head, indicating the attackers most likely used a rock or rocks during the assault. The second agent also suffered blunt force trauma to the head. The area surrounding where the attack occurred also indicated rocks were likely used as weapons. An FBI official also said that, counter to initial reports, neither agent was shot.

“There were no indications the agents fired their weapons,” Judd said, citing accounts he received from agents who responded to the incident. He also said there were no signs of a stabbing.

Martinez was notified there was illegal immigrant traffic in the area while the agents were patrolling near Interstate 10, in the Van Horn Station area, according to Judd. He began following “footprints” on a trail when the attack occurred. U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a news release that Martinez’s partner made the initial call for help and reported they were injured and needed assistance.

Judd said details remained foggy on what led to the ambush and the FBI was investigating the incident.

Judd did not further comment on the second agent’s condition.

This video offers a fast look at the Van Horn, Texas area where the attack took place.

UPDATE:

The Associated Press is offering a bit more details on this story. The AP report contradicts the story that the agents were attacked. Rather, there is reportedly speculation that in wandering through the rough terrain in the dark the agents fell into a ravine.

The way this story keeps changing is puzzling unless something is being covered up.

Trump Kicking 50,000+ HAITIANS Out of U.S.

LITTLE HAITI, MIAMI, FLORIDA.

Little Haiti in Miami is going to experience some depopulation over the next 18 months if Donald J. Trump has his way.

Miami Herald

After years of being shielded from deportation from the United States while their disaster-prone country continues to recover from its devastating 2010 earthquake, tens of thousands of Haitians will now lose that safeguard.

The special deportation protection known as Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, will be revoked for as many as 59,000 Haitians living and working in Miami and across the U.S., Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary Elaine Duke announced Monday.

The protection will permanently terminate July 22, 2019, allowing Haitians living in the U.S. under TPS an 18-month window to return to their struggling homeland. At the end of the 18 months, Haitians who had TPS but remain in the U.S. will return to whatever immigration status they previously held, leaving them facing possible detention and deportation.

“With this decision, the law is relatively explicit that if the conditions on the ground do not support a TPS designation, then the secretary must terminate the TPS designation,” a senior administration official said on a call with reporters Monday night to announce the decision. “The conversations she had were constructive. They were informative. They were helpful. And we fully expect that in the 18 months coming up, the acting secretary will continue those conversations with the members on the Hill and the Haitian government to prepare for the return of Haitian [TPS] recipients.”

The decision comes 14 days after DHS announced it was terminating TPS for 2,500 Nicaraguans and delaying a decision for 57,000 Hondurans, which automatically gave them a six-month extension after their current status expires in January.

The announcement, while pleasing to immigration hardliners who argue that the provision was never meant to be permanent, deals a hard blow to longtime Haitian and immigration advocates. For months they have lobbied the Trump administration to extend the status for at least 18 months. It had been set to expire Jan. 22.

“Haiti is not ready to absorb 58,000,” said Marleine Bastien, a South Florida Haitian activist who has pushed for at least an 18-month extension of TPS. “It’s going to be a disaster for the 58,000 families in the U.S. and a disaster for Haiti. Clearly they are not making decisions based on facts on the ground, but rather politics. This is purely unacceptable.”

BYE, BYE, DEAR HAITIANS.

Charles Manson Dead at 83 After 46 Years in Prison

I’ve pulled together a set of pictures related to Charles Manson and his murders from various sources.

The larger meaning of Manson’s life has been explored in books and other media.

His ability to bring death and ruin lives is the stuff of legends.

What happens now that he’s dead is up to us. I presume his grave site is not going to be revealed to the public lest it become a shrine to his many sick fans.

One more thing. Manson’s victims probably include more people than are mentioned in the NBC story.

NBC “News

Charles Manson, the sinister hippie cult leader who declared himself “the Devil” and dispatched his followers to commit a series of Hollywood murders in 1969 that shocked the country, died Sunday night in a California hospital, state officials told NBC News. He was 83 years old.

Manson died at 8:13 p.m. (11:13 p.m. ET) at a hospital in Kern County, said a spokeswoman for the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

Debra Tate, the sister of one of the Manson family’s victims, the actress Sharon Tate, told NBC News that authorities called her about 8:30 p.m. to inform her that Manson was dead.

“One could say I’ve forgiven them, which is quite different then forgetting what they are capable of,” Tate said. “It is for this reason I fight so hard to make sure that each of these individuals stays in prison until the end of their natural days.”

Michele Hanisee, president of the Association of Deputy District Attorneys for Los Angeles County, said Sunday night: “Today, Manson’s victims are the ones who should be remembered and mourned on the occasion of his death.”

For many Americans, Manson became the living embodiment of evil, and he was once dubbed by Rolling Stone magazine “The Most Dangerous Man Alive.”

Even behind bars, he exerted an almost magnetic influence over other members of the “Manson Family,” and the madness and depravity of his crimes continued to intrigue generations of people who were born long after “Helter Skelter” became part of the vernacular.

Manson was sentenced to death in 1970 for directing the brutal murders of Tate and six other people, but he was spared two years later and was sentenced to life behind bars when California did away with the death penalty.

Later, Manson survived being severely burned by another inmate who poured paint thinner on him and set him ablaze. But in the end, the incorrigible inmate who repeatedly ran afoul prison officials for drugs and other offenses.

“Why did the Manson legend live on? It’s because Manson lived on,” pop culture expert Robert Thompson, director of the Bleier Center for Television & Popular Culture at Syracuse University, told NBC News before Manson died.

Manson just fascinated Americans, many of whom first laid eyes on him when he was on trial and had carved an X into his forehead, which that he later turned into a swastika, Thompson said.

“With those eyes and that tattoo, Manson just seemed to be the dictionary definition of crazy,” he said. “That photo of Manson really captured so much of the dark side of the American id.”

Born Charles Miller Maddox on Nov. 12, 1934, in Cincinnati, Manson was the son of an unmarried 16-year-old girl and wound up taking the last name of a man his mother later married. He had a miserable childhood, and by time he was 9 years old, he was already stealing cars and committing other crimes.

After spending his teenage years in various juvenile detention facilities, a newly released and 19-year-old Manson married a waitress and fathered a son he named Charles Manson Jr.

By 1956, Manson was divorced and doing time in a California prison for stealing cars. Released two years later, he married for a second time and fathered a second son, whom he named Charles Luther Manson. That union also ended in divorce when Manson was dispatched again to prison, this time for pimping and conning women out of money.

During his second stint, Manson befriended Alvin “Creepy” Karpis — a former member of Ma Barker’s infamous gang — who taught him how to play steel guitar and planted in him the notion that he could one day be a famous musician.

So when Manson was released in 1967, he headed north to San Francisco and then back Los Angeles, where he tried to launch a musical career. He wrote music and hung out with Dennis Wilson of the Beach Boys, who recorded one of his songs on the band’s “20/20” album as “Never Learn Not to Love.”

Through Wilson, Manson met the record producer Terry Melcher, son of the actress Doris Day, who he hoped would help him launch his musical career. But that went nowhere.

In the meantime, Manson began gathering followers, and they decamped in November 1968 for the Spahn Ranch, a spot northwest of the San Fernando Valley, where they westerns were filmed back in the 1940s and the 1950s. There, they spent a lot of time tripping on LSD and swapping sexual partners.

It was here that Manson got it into his head that the Beatles song “Helter Skelter” and the Bible’s Book of Revelation were predicting a race war. It was also here that he hatched an evil plan to commit a series of murders that he believed would spark a final confrontation between blacks and whites in America.

“Now is the time for Helter Skelter,” Manson declared on Aug. 8, 1969.

Manson told four of his female followers — Susan Atkins, Leslie Van Houten, Patricia Krenwinkle and Linda Kasabian — to grab their knives and head over to what he believed was Melcher’s home at 10050 Cielo Drive. His orders were to kill everybody inside.

But Melcher no longer lived there. Instead, they found a pregnant Tate — the wife of the Polish director Roman Polanski — and four other people: Wojtek Frykowski, Jay Sebring, Steven Parent and Abigail Folger. And when it was over, they were all dead.

Police reported that four of the victims had been stabbed a total of 102 times and that the fifth had been shot to death.

The next day, Manson’s followers butchered Leno and Rosemary LaBianca in their home. The words “Death to Pigs” and “Helter Skelter” (misspelled) were found printed on a wall and a refrigerator door.

Arrested several months later, Manson showed up in court in June 1970 with an X carved into his forehead. Soon, the women on trial with him — Atkins, Van Houten and Krenwinkle — branded themselves with Xs in a sick show of solidarity.

Manson turned his trial into a circus, at one point leaping across the defense table in an attempt to attack the judge. His co-defendants, along with family members not on trial, tried to intimidate and prevent witnesses from testifying.

“The music is telling the youth to rise up against the establishment,” Manson declared when he took the stand.

Manson and three co-defendants were found guilty. When it was over, Manson spoke directly to America.

“Mr. and Mrs. America — you are wrong,” he said. “I am not the King of the Jews, nor am I a hippie cult leader. I am what you have made me, and the mad dog devil killer fiend leper is a reflection of your society. … Whatever the outcome of this madness that you call a fair trial or Christian justice, you can know this: In my mind’s eye, my thoughts light fires in your cities.”

During the penalty phase of his trial, Manson showed up in court with a new look — a shaved head — and a sick new boast.

“I am the devil, and the devil always has a bald head,” Manson declared.

In the years that followed, Manson — inmate B-33920 — gave several interviews, including one in 1987 at San Quentin State Prison, parts of which MSNBC aired 20 years later. Then, in 2014, it was revealed that Manson and Afton Elaine “Star” Burton, 26, who had been visiting him in prison for at least nine years, were engaged. But the wedding license expired a year later without a marriage ceremony’s having taken place.

By law, Manson was required to have a parole hearing every seven years. But it was such a given that Manson would never be allowed to leave prison that he stopped attending them

CHARLES MANSON, AGE 5.