Negro Came to Church to Prey, Not Pray, Ended Up Dead


Don’t you love a true crime story with a happy ending? A dead perp made for a happy ending in Dothan.

Dothan, Alabama is a small city near the Gulf of Mexico, not far from the Florida panhandle.

Tolver was undoubtedly a good boy. Him mama gon’ say he beez an aspiring rapper who was turning his life around by pursuing the study of rocket science.

A staff member of a Dothan church shot and killed a man who robbed him and another parishioner inside the church on Sunday night, police said.

Dothan police found Steffon Parreese Valentez Tolver, 26, dead of a gunshot wound in the parking lot of the Crossroads Baptist Church 2574 Westgate Parkway at around 10:34 p.m., police said.

Police said Tolver had entered the back door of the church and robbed a parishioner of about $50.

When Tolver then attempted to rob a staff member of the church, the staff member fired his handgun once, hitting Tolver in the upper torso. Tolver ran out the back door of the church and into the parking lot where he died.

No other details were immediately available.

Our deceased gentleman of color should have picked a Unitarian church to rob. He’d be alive today if he knew a little more about religious denominations. Unitarians would have debated theology with him instead of shooting him.

Honors Student Committed Suicide After Accusing Rich Powerful Older Man of Rape


Before laying out the issues in the tragic suicide of Megan Rondini, be aware that the comments at the Daily Mail are very much sympathetic toward her.

Now, for the issues:

1. We have a college girl who drinks alcohol and passes out. I once was part of a group of white males who loaded a passed out girl into her girlfriend’s car after a group of Mexican males tried to spirit her away, presumably to have sex with her unconscious body. I guess we’re lucky we didn’t get shot. It’s not clear from the details in this story how the girl ended up at the home of her alleged rapist.

2. A very important part of the story here revolves around the fact that the alleged rapist was 34 and comes from a very wealthy, politically connected family. You have to ask yourself if, like Hillary Clinton, he’s too big to jail. Since the girl was allegedly passed out, could he have put a date rape drug in her drinks? Some facts not reported in the Daily Mail story can be read at the Tuscaloosa News

3. Alabama rape law requires that a rape victim MUST physically resist (kicking, punching, etc.) or else there is no rape. Is this a fair law?

4. The dead girl supposedly stole her alleged rapist’s gun. She said she did so in order to protect herself from him. Police and the DA were ready to charge her with theft. Does this seem fair?

5. Can you reason out a broad message for both males and females from this tragedy? I assume that men prefer not to be accused of rape. Likewise, I assume that women prefer not to be victims of sexual assault.

Not only does there seem to be a male-female divide in this story, but also a strong class divide, along with a possibly corrupt legal system.

Daily Mail

A college student may have been driven to suicide after she was turned on by police when she accused a powerful man of rape.

University of Alabama honors student Megan Rondini, 20, reported in July 2015 that she was sexually assaulted after a night of drinking.

The man whom she only knew as ‘Sweet T’ turned out to be business man TJ Bunn, 34, the son of an influential Tuscaloosa family.

In an explosive account published by Buzzfeed News, Megan’s family reveals how she never imagined she’d been viewed as a criminal and that investigators would find Bunn to be the true victim.

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In America Only the Innocent Go to Prison


Whether you’re a white single mom, a black man, or an innocent white man divorcing his wife, the American legal system can put you into prison even though you’ve done nothing illegal.

Paul Craig Roberts exposes several prominent cases in which innocent people were sent to prison. Dr. Roberts makes clear that it’s part of a corrupt Deep State legal system, not an anomaly.

As he notes, not even President Trump is immune from Deep State machinations that could target you, me, or anybody for imprisonment.

Lew Rockwell

In 1992 Fran and Dan Keller were convicted despite the absence of any evidence of raping a 3-year old, a crime that never occurred. Among the absurd charges was the transport of children to Mexico to be raped by military officials. The Kellers spent 21 years in prison before finally being exonerated by a conviction integrity unit that found no credible evidence for the conviction.

This kind of ridiculous conviction plagued child care providers during the 1980s and into the 1990s. The Amirault family who operated the Fells Acres Day Care Center in Massachusetts were ruined. The Massachusettes Supreme court judge who kept the Amirault in prison despite the completely obvious fabricated case is today a Harvard University law professor. In Wenatchee, Washington, scores of people were ruined by insane allegations of a church practicing Satanic Sex Rituals on children. There was the Little Rascals Day Care case in North Carolina, the McMartin child care case in California, and many others. Few remember that President Bill Clinton’s attorney general, Janet Reno, rose to name recognition based on false convictions from child abuse witch hunts.

The insanity spread wider. Young women with emotional problems were told by “therapists” that they had been raped by their fathers, grandfathers, uncles, and brothers. Families everywhere were blown apart by wild charges.


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Alabama Mayor Wants New Orleans Confederate Monuments


The small Alabama town of Hanceville wants the Confederate Monuments that New Orleans recently removed in an effort to appease the local Negros.

As a child, I walked the streets of Hanceville for a day or two many summers as we took our annual summer vacation to visit my father’s and mother’s relatives in Alabama, Georgia, and Kentucky. I’ve included a few pictures of Hanceville in this post.


With an off the beaten path location and few local attractions, Hanceville is a place where you can still buy a home for $50,000 and up in a safe community. You probably won’t make much money there. ALL of my parent’s relatives were poor in dollars, if rich in spirit. It’s a lot easier for white people to be rich in spirit when they live in a town that’s 93 percent white.

With certainty, I can tell you that the monuments would have a good home for many decades to come in Hanceville.


An Alabama mayor is offering to take Confederate-related monuments recently disassembled in New Orleans.

Hanceville Mayor Kenneth Nail wrote to New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, asking him to consider donating the monuments for display in Veterans Memorial Park in Hanceville. The town of about 3,250 people is about 40 miles (65 kilometers) north of Birmingham.


Nail tells The Cullman Times he’s heard nothing but positive feedback on the idea from Hanceville residents.

“One of my good friends, who is black, even messaged me on Facebook and told me, ‘Look, some of my ancestors were forced to fight in that war (the Civil War), and I think it’s a good idea to remember these things.’ He told me, ‘I drive a truck, and I’ll even go down there and pick them up if the city needs me to,'” Nail said Saturday.

“We did receive the letter and are in the process of responding,” Landrieu spokesman Tyronne Walker said in an email.

Walker reiterated that New Orleans officials plan soon to issue a formal request for proposals to host the monuments in a more appropriate place than the high-profile spots they once occupied.

“All proposals must state how they will place the statues in context, both in terms of why they were first erected and why the City chose to remove them in 2015,” Walker’s email said.

The monuments taken down by the city included a stone obelisk heralding white supremacy and three statues of Confederate stalwarts: Gen. Robert E. Lee, the Confederacy’s president, Jefferson Davis, and Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard. The city’s request for proposals does not include the Beauregard statue. Its future is murkier because of legal disputes over who owns the property on which it was placed, at the entrance to New Orleans’ City Park.

New Orleans is the most recent Southern city to remove Confederate symbols seen by some as vestiges of racism. The issue has been especially sensitive since Dylann Roof, an avowed white supremacist who posed in photos with the Confederate flag, gunned down nine people at a South Carolina church in 2015. Landrieu proposed that the Confederate statues in New Orleans be removed after those killings.

Nail said he’s only interested in obtaining the monuments if they can be had at little to no cost for his city — and so far, he hasn’t heard back about his letter.

“My view is that it’s an opportunity, a great teaching tool that we could have in our city,” he said. “It’s an opportunity for all of us to reflect on all our struggles, and to celebrate how far we’ve come, while clearly acknowledging that we had those struggles.”


Racist Service Dog Heroically Bites Negro in Face on Delta Airlines Flight


An heroic canine segregationist has taken matters into his paws and attacked a Negro on a Delta Airlines flight.

Prior to the attack, the dog warned Marlin Termain Jackson that he was culturally appropriating white culture and that he would have to deplane.

Jackson ignored the warning growls at his peril.

The results are seen in the photo above.

President Trump has Tweeted out his praise of doggie racism and has invited the service dog to the White House, where he will be awarded the Congressional Medal of Canine Honor.

Oregon Live

A Daphne, Alabama man has obtained legal representation after he was severely injured by a Delta Airlines passenger’s emotional support dog while on a plane Sunday night.

The victim, Marlin Termaine Jackson, 44, had his attorney J. Ross Massey of Alexander Shunnarah & Associates release close-up images of his facial injuries on Thursday (June 8) afternoon.

The images show a large open wound under Jackson’s right nostril and another open wound running along his right cheek.

Multiple dark scars can also be seen around his eyes and face.

Initial police reports stated that Jackson was bitten by a dog owned by, Ronald Kevin Mundy Jr. of Mills River, N.C.


All three were on a Delta Airlines flight leaving Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta headed to San Diego that night.

Officials from Delta Airlines said the flight was delayed as Jackson was transported to a local hospital and Mundy and his dog were escorted off the plane.

Massey gave a more extensive narrative of the incident in the statement his legal office released.

According to the statement, Jackson was assigned a window seat on the left side of the plane. When he approached his aisle Mundy was sitting in the middle seat with his dog in his lap.


According to witnesses, the approximately 50-pound dog growled at Jackson soon after he took his seat. The dog continued to act in a strange manner as Jackson attempted to buckle his seat belt. The growling increased and the dog lunged for Jackson’s face.

The dog began biting Jackson who could not escape due to his position against the plane’s window. The dog was pulled away by Mundy, but broke free from his grasp and attacked Jackson a second time.

The attacks reportedly lasted 30 seconds and resulted in profuse bleeding from severe lacerations to Jackson’s face. His injuries included a puncture through his lip and gum.

Massey said the injuries required immediate transport, by an ambulance, to the emergency room of a local hospital. Jackson received 28 stitches and is presently awaiting consultation with a plastic surgeon.

He also added that Jackson’s injuries will likely have permanent scarring.

Massey said that Mundy was moved to an alternate Delta Air Lines flight and his emotional support dog was placed in a kennel in the undercarriage.

Mundy, a military service member with the U.S. Marine Corps, told authorities that the dog, a chocolate lab pointer mix, was issued to him for support.

Delta Airlines website states that the company complies with the Air Carrier Access Act. It allows customers traveling with emotional support animals or psychiatric service animals to travel without charge.

The website states that a kennel is not required for emotional support animals if they are fully trained and meet the same requirements as a service animal.

Massey said his legal team is currently seeking information from Delta Air Lines regarding their compliance with policies for unrestrained larger animals within a plane’s cabin. He also wants to see the verification process of their emotional support animal training requirements.

“It is troubling that an airline would allow a dog of such substantial size to ride in a passenger’s lap without a muzzle,” said Massey. “Especially considering the dog and its owner were assigned a middle seat despite Delta Air Lines’ policies that call for the re-accommodation of larger animals.”

At this time, a lawsuit has not been filed.

Every dog I’ve ever seen doesn’t like members of the Negro race. Dogs instinctively know that their ancestors were hunted down and eaten in Africa.

Every dog is thus a natural born segregationist KKK sympathizer.


White Female Letter Carrier Arrested for Feeding Dogs Meatballs Laced with NAILS



When my dogs were alive I often worried about some sicko trying to harm them. An Alabama man has lived the nightmare, which came his dog’s way via a woman who delivered the mail to his home.


MADISON COUNTY, Ala.- A Madison County mail carrier is charged in an animal cruelty case.

Madison County Sheriff’s deputies charged Susanna Burhans, 47, with aggravated animal cruelty after they say she fed meaty treats with dangerous ingredients to dogs along her route.

Ed Glover tells WHNT News 19 Burhans was his mail carrier.

He found one of the meatballs on the ground by his mailbox at his New Hope home, and discovered that the meatball was filled with nails. He believes the mail carrier had already fed one to his dog, Missy.

He became worried about Missy, and tells us he took her to the veterinarian. Glover showed us x-rays he says were taken that day, and nails are clearly visible inside the dog’s stomach.


Glover showed WHNT News 19 the x-ray he said was taken the day he found the meatball

Glover is happy Burhans was charged Thursday. He said he wants the system to do what is right, so no other pets can be harmed. He hopes Burhans does not return to her job as a mail carrier.

Burhans is released from the Madison County Jail on a $2500 bond. reports that Burhans is facing up to 10 years in prison, if convicted.

If she harmed my dog, she would have more than prison to worry about.

Since the hottest days of summer are approaching, here is a pet safety reminder:

And another safety tip:

Finally, always be a slave to your dog, like this guy:

Defiant, Angry Richard Spencer Denied Auburn Platform, Vows to Speak Anyway

The next violent confrontation between the antifa and free speech supporters may happen tonight in Auburn, Alabama. The antifa have vowed to shut down Richard Spencer’s effort to speak to students at Auburn University.

Auburn has cancelled his speech, but Spencer is going onto campus anyway, along with a phalanx of bodyguards.

The Plainsman has just reported that Spencer went to court on Monday, asking for an injunction against Auburn University’s ruling that he is not allowed to speak.

SPLC Hatewatch

In the wake of violent exchanges between Trump supporters and antifascist counter protestors—and after university officials cancelled his appearance amid concerns—alt-right extremist Richard Spencer is moving forward with plans to speak at Auburn University.

White nationalist Richard Spencer—who coined the phrase “alt-right”—is planning on standing in the schoolhouse door.

In a defiant statement responding to Auburn University cancelling an appearance this Tuesday, Spencer casually compared himself to African-American students who worked to desegregate colleges during the Civil Rights Movement in the “historically significant” state of Alabama, and claimed his struggle was similar to theirs.

Moreover, with or without the school’s blessing, Spencer said he’s moving forward with his talk.

“The fact is, this situation is now much bigger than I am. This isn’t just about Richard Spencer. This isn’t just about the alt-right and some cowardly and naive bureaucrats in Auburn University,” Spencer said. “This is about whether we have free speech in this country or whether we don’t.”

Spencer’s Auburn speech is part of a university campus tour he announced in January on the website Radix, his white nationalist journal.

“Richard Spencer—the originator of the term ‘Alt Right’ and one of the most politically incorrect men alive—is coming to your college!” the announcement read. “He’ll debate your favorite feminist professor . . . make the SJWs cry . . . and rustle the jimmies of the campus, if not the world.”

The plan was designed to piggyback on tours of U.S. campuses other alt-right speakers had taken—figures such as Milo Yiannopoulos, the former Brietbart tech editor who was fired after an interview surfaced in which he casually dismissed pedophilia. In January, a Yiannopoulos speech devolved into chaos in Seattle, leaving one antifascist shot by a Trump supporter.

Spencer’s appearance, planned for an undisclosed time on Tuesday, comes just days after Trump supporters and counter protesters again clashed violently in Berkeley, California, the third time the city has seen violent confrontations in recent months. The Los Angeles Times reported that 250 police officers were sent to the melee at Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park in downtown Berkeley, where Trump supporters had gathered for a “Patriots Day” rally. Twenty-one people were arrested.

Many, including Auburn university officials, are concerned that Spencer’s appearance at Auburn brings with it similar threats of violence and disorder.

“We strongly deplore his views, which run counter to those of this institution. While his event isn’t affiliated with the university, Auburn supports the constitutional right to free speech,” the school said in a statement released last week. “We encourage the campus community to respond to speech they find objectionable with their own views in civil discourse and to do so with respect and inclusion.”

Already, the ingredients for disaster are present, though.

Counter protesters associated with an antifascist group called “Atlanta Antifa” have promised to confront alt-right extremists at Auburn, saying Spencer’s outdoor talk “will make it easier for opposition to get close.” Meanwhile, prominent neo-Confederate extremists are encouraging followers to be ready to meet violence with violence.

“Be ready to do battle, if necessary,” Pat Hines, the South Carolina chairman of the net-confederate League of the South, said in a comment on Occidental Dissent, the white nationalist website run by Brad Griffin.

Spencer has done little to quell worries or calm supporters.

“If Auburn University thinks that I am going to back down because they cancelled on me, that I’m just going to simply, politely go away, then they don’t understand me at all,” Spencer said in the video. “They should have done their research.”