Are Members of Mainstream Media Creating Climate of Hate Against Trump? An American Renaissance Podcast w/ Paul Kersey

PK NOTE: SBPDL still needs your help (thanks to all those who have donated!!!). I really want to do a podcast a couple of times a week (you'll be shocked to know the type of guests I'll get to come on). I really want to do YouTube videos. But to make it happen, we need your help.  This site gets anywhere from 5,000 - 6,500 repeat visitors a day (on top of unique visitors), and with just $2.00 from each, we'd be ready to rock with the YouTube videos and the Podcast. Trust, it's an investment in something very tangible.  You can make a donation via the PayPal link in right-hand side of the site, or you can make a tax-deductible donation to the Paul Kersey Fund at VDare.com

We call this a taste of what is to come. Imagine, multiple times a week a podcast with Paul Kersey and the leading thinkers of not only the Alt-Right, but pop culture figures, professional athletes, entrepreneurs, and politicians. 

Seriously. 

The sky is the limit. 

Here's the tease of what's coming: Jared Taylor interviews Paul Kersey of Stuff Black People Don’t Like about the unprecedented media campaign of hatred against Donald Trump.

Enjoy (but please offer feedback).


Let this be a lesson to all you! Ideas are very dangerous things! You are mindless, soil-shoving losers, put on this Earth to serve us!

PK NOTE: SBPDL still needs your help. I really want to do a podcast a couple of times a week (you'll be shocked to know the type of guests I'll get to come on). I really want to do YouTube videos. But to make it happen, we need your help.  This site gets anywhere from 5,000 - 6,500 repeat visitors a day (on top of unique visitors), and with just $2.00 from each, we'd be ready to rock with the YouTube videos and the Podcast. Trust, it's an investment in something very tangible.  You can make a donation via the PayPal link in right-hand side of the site, or you can make a tax-deductible donation to the Paul Kersey Fund at VDare.com


Before we get back to your regularly scheduled SBPDL programming, let's look at a quick scene from A Bug's Life. The 2nd best movie Pixar has produced (The Incredibles being a runaway favorite), the following scene is important to remember as we prepare to hear Hillary Clinton denounce the Alt-Right on Thursday
"We're a lot stronger than you say we are... And you know it, don't you?"


We all know the fable of the Grasshopper and the Ant, right? Well, here's the pivotal scene from A Bug's Life when the ant (Flik) figures out the emperor is wearing no clothes. The grasshopper (Hopper) is lecturing the ant on the natural order of things - which is, obviously, unnatural
Hopper: Let this be a lesson to all you ants! Ideas are very dangerous things! You are mindless, soil-shoving losers, put on this Earth to serve us!  
Flik: You're wrong, Hopper. Ants are not meant to serve grasshoppers. I've seen these ants do great things, and year after year they somehow manage to pick food for themselves *and* you. So-so who is the weaker species? Ants don't serve grasshoppers! It's *you* who need *us*! We're a lot stronger than you say we are... And you know it, don't you?
Somewhere in this powerful scene is a metaphor for our time. I'm just not quite sure people understand the enormity of what is being unleashed across the western world.


 

SBPDL Still Needs Your Help



PK NOTE: SBPDL still needs your help. I really want to do a podcast a couple of times a week (you'll be shocked to know the type of guests I'll get to come on). I really want to do YouTube videos. But to make it happen, we need your help.  This site gets anywhere from 5,000 - 6,500 repeat visitors a day (on top of unique visitors), and with just $2.00 from each, we'd be ready to rock with the YouTube videos and the Podcast. Trust, it's an investment in something very tangible.  You can make a donation via the PayPal link in right-hand side of the site, or you can make a tax-deductible donation to the Paul Kersey Fund at VDare.com

So one more day of the capital raise, and then we're back with your regularly scheduled SBPDL. 

We need your help. Thanks to all those who have donated! But it's time to jumpstart the Summer 2016 fundraiser.

So let's roll the dice.

  • You can make a donation via the PayPal button on the right-hand side column of this site, with a $25.00 ensuring a signed copy of the Paul Kersey book of your choice. 
  • Know that a donation of $50 will also get you a signed copy of the soon-to-be-released After the Marching Stops: The Reality of Selma, Alabama. 
  • A donation of $225 will get you all books authored by Paul Kersey, signed (12 books!!)!
  • But also know this: if we can raise $5,000 or more, I'll start doing a podcast (four a week) with very special guests. You'd be surprised who I could get to come on air. 
Thanks so much!

SBPDL Needs Your Help

PK NOTE: SBPDL needs your help. You can make a donation via the PayPal link in right-hand side of the site, or you can make a tax-deductible donation to the Paul Kersey Fund at VDare.com)

We need your help. Thanks to all those who have donated! But it's time to jumpstart the Summer 2016 fundraiser.

So let's roll the dice.

  • You can make a donation via the PayPal button on the right-hand side column of this site, with a $25.00 ensuring a signed copy of the Paul Kersey book of your choice. 
  • Know that a donation of $50 will also get you a signed copy of the soon-to-be-released After the Marching Stops: The Reality of Selma, Alabama. 
  • A donation of $225 will get you all books authored by Paul Kersey, signed (12 books!!)!
  • But also know this: if we can raise $5,000 or more, I'll start doing a podcast (four a week) with very special guests. You'd be surprised who I could get to come on air. 
Thanks so much!

His Name is Gene Emory Dacus: White Veteran Survived Korean War, Couldn’t Survive 75 percent Black Birmingham, Alabama

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My veins flow with the blood of a Birmingham, Alabama that no longer exists. You'll know this you've read The Tragic City: Birmingham 1963-2013.
Another white person, this time an 85-year-old Korean War veteran, is set on fire by a black person. This time, in 75 percent black Birmingham, Alabama


One of my favorite memories is hearing my grandparents tell me stories of what a majority white, white-ruled Birmingham was like when they grew up as a child my age. To hear stories of the beautiful marble interior of the Birmingham Terminal Station and how white children could peacefully jump on street cars and traverse the city never made sense to me, because the Birmingham I knew was filled with dangerous black people, blighted buildings and boarded up homes, as well as virtually no white faces. 

In high school, I attended the last Iron Bowl at Legion Field, and we were forced to park in the fenced-in area of Birmingham Southern College, because of how dangerous the entirely black-area surrounding the stadium was for white fans attending the game (the fence was erected after a white co-ed was raped by a black male and murdered). 

Now a near 75 percent black dystopia, Birmingham is not a safe city for white people. It's almost less than 20 percent today, with a completely black dominated city council, black mayor, majority black police force and majority black public workforce. 

But for Birmingham, we wouldn't be living under the tyranny of Black-Run America (BRA), because the true hero of the 20th century - Bull Connor - dared stand to defend white civilization and their posterity from the very people who birthed an individual capable of burning alive an 85-year-old Korean War veteran.  ['Somebody burned up Mr. Gene' -- Community struggles with murder of beloved war veteran, Birmingham News, August 17, 2016]:

An 85-year-old Korean War veteran found burned to death in the back yard of his North Birmingham home spent his life taking care of others, friends and family said.
 
Gene Emory Dacus, known affectionately by his neighbors as "Mr. Gene," served his country in the U.S. Army, served his family by loving them, teaching them and taking care of them, and served his neighbors by cutting their grass, picking up trash and being their friend. "He was the most kindhearted gentleman you ever met,'' said Gary Dacus, one of the victim's three sons. " He never met a stranger, and he helped anybody he could." 
A teen suspect is in custody, and formal charges are expected on Thursday. 
Birmingham police were called to Dacus' home Wednesday morning around 12:30 a.m. after receiving calls about a person on fire. When they arrived on the scene, they found the elderly man burned in the back of his home. He was pronounced dead on the scene. 
Birmingham police spokesman Lt. Sean Edwards said witnesses told police they saw a fire in the yard before seeing a man running down a nearby alley with a red gasoline jug. Police arrested that man a short distance from the crime scene. 
Edwards said that the preliminary investigation shows the suspect and the victim had an argument, before the victim was doused with gasoline and set on fire. 
"This homicide shocks the conscience of any reasonable person. Our hearts are hurting for the victim, his family and our community,'' said Birmingham police Chief A.C. Roper. "The suspect actually confessed to this crime but we have not received any logical justification to explain what happened." 
Neighbor Helen McComb said she was at her nearby home late Tuesday night when she heard a commotion outside and went on her front porch to investigate. "I could see something burning,'' she said. "Then a guy ran out yelling somebody had burned up Mr. Gene." 
McComb said she ran to the crime scene and saw Dacus. "I lost it," she said. "He's been here forever. People here loved Mr. Gene." 
Friends and neighbors this afternoon were taking Dacus' death hard. Todd Ahmed said Dacus was one of the first people he met when he moved here from Sudan and said he is devastated by the slaying. 
"I have a lot of friends but none like him,'' Ahmed said. "I'm really shocked. He was nice, nice, nice. He always told me if I needed help to come to him." 
Even at 85, Dacus made it his priority to tidy the neighborhood. He cut his neighbors' grass, and they watched out for him. "He was very sweet to all of the children,'' McComb said. "He kept our neighborhood clean." 
Dacus' car was stolen about three weeks ago. Neighbors said he then became worried about his truck also getting stolen so they advised him to pull it into his yard and close to his house, which he did. 
That truck, however, disappeared about the same time he was killed. Police are now searching for his 1999 Dodge Ram pickup. It is white with a blue hood. 
Gary Dacus said his father was a Georgia native who was in the U.S. Army and served in the Korean War. After his discharge, Dacus became an airplane mechanic, first for Drummond Aircraft and then Lockheed Martin. He and his wife, Earnestine, together raised three sons. After all of his children got out school, Dacus and his wife moved to Birmingham to care for his grandparents in their family home – that was in the 1950s.
Eventually his grandparents died, but he and his wife and their disabled son, who is now 60, stayed in the 33rd Avenue North home. Earnestine Dacus died in 2005, but her grieving husband refused to move away. Gary Dacus said he worried about his aging father. "I did try to get him to move,'' he said. "I had a home set up for him and ready for him to move in but he wouldn't do it." 
He said his parents were born during the Depression, and lived a modest life. What they may have lacked in education or money, they more than made up for in love and compassion. "He taught me good rules and I have a lot of my father in me,'' he said. "I'm a successful person for that." 
Gary Dacus said he received the heartbreaking news about his father's death early today and immediately drove to Birmingham. "I got the call, and I just broke down,'' he said. 
He said the suspect hit his father in the head, left the scene and then returned and set him on fire to try to conceal the crime. "The only thing I can hope to God for is that he was dead before he was burned,'' the emotional son said. "You expect your parents to die before you, but to die a horrendous death like that is unimaginable." 
Gary Dacus is now making funeral arrangements for his father, who will be buried in Gardendale alongside his wife. The son is also making plans to take custody of his disabled brother. 
The suspect, Gary Dacus said, "should never be able to walk the face of the earth again." "My father's death is a tragic loss,'' he said. "The community lost one of its pillars."
Bull Connor tried to keep Birmingham safe for white people.

He failed.

Gene Emory Dacus lived in a Birmingham when white people were in charge of the city's destiny, only to have to it ripped from their hands by the forces of an extremely anti-white modernity.

One wonders, as he was attacked why the black male and lay dying, if in a moment of clarity - just before he was doused with gasoline/lighter fluid and set on fire - he realized just why Connor made his stand on behalf of white people living in the city then and those white people who would have to live in a future Birmingham?

We owe Bull Connor a big apology, for each day brings more damning evidence he was one of the true heroes of the 20th century. Gene Emory Dacus, who was burned alive in 75 percent black Birmingham in 2016, is proof of this fact.

SBPDL Needs Your Help: Summer 2016 Fundraiser (81 Days to Change the World)

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There is no site like SBPDL.

You know it, and over the years since this "joke" started I've grown to accept it.

Back in 2012, that was to be the final year (May 2012-May 2013), but the site continued to grow in traffic, the comment section grew in numbers of absolute brilliant observations and the news began to spiral out of control showcasing a nation on its final legs.

An irredeemable nation, but a country with a population still with a purpose even if its ruling caste and the zeitgeist was firmly against them having a future.

And now, we come to what might potentially be the most important 81 days in the history of our people. This is not hyperbole, but a statement of fact: the entire world, especially Western Europe, watches what is happening in this country knowing the pendulum is about to swing in a completely opposite direction of leadership or, will forever be cemented in a firmly anti-white position.

It's that simple.

So my pledge to you, readers of SBPDL, is to go all in to make sure the next 81 days represent the type of stories you've not only come to know and expect to be published here, but that I play my part in doing what is necessary to give the pendulum a healthy push in the right direction.

Our direction.

But we need your help. It's time to jumpstart the Summer 2016 fundraiser.

So let's roll the dice.





  • You can make a donation via the PayPal button on the right-hand side column of this site, with a $25.00 ensuring a signed copy of the Paul Kersey book of your choice. 



  • Know that a donation of $50 will also get you a signed copy of the soon-to-be-released After the Marching Stops: The Reality of Selma, Alabama. 



  • But also know this: if we can raise $5,000 or more, I'll start doing a podcast (four a week) with very special guests. You'd be surprised who I could get to come on air. 





This is one of those precious few moments in life where we have the opportunity to do something that resonates beyond our mortal lives. For most people, these moments never materialize or most are to afraid to take the leap of faith where no hope seems to exist.

Truly, this represents our St. Crispin's Day moment from Henry V or Mel Gibson's brilliant speech as William Wallace to the Scottish Army prior to the Battle of Stirling in Braveheart.

Eighty-one days. I'm going all in, because, no matter what happens in November, I'm not going to look back and ask, "what if I had done this" or "what if I had done that?"

No more "what ifs."

It's time to simply ask "what can I do today to ensure we have a tomorrow?"

You've seen what SBPDL can accomplish; help us now to unleash the next step.





A Glimpse of America 2017, if Hillary Clinton Wins: Federal Judge Declares “Black Lives Matter” in Weird Courtroom Rant

Anti-white foundations have flooded Black Lives Matter affiliated organizations with more than $100 million, but what price tag can be put on already having the federal government? 

In a glimpse of the nightmarish United States of America on the verge of being born nationwide with a Hillary Clinton victory in November, a federal judge just sided with Black Lives Matter over a beleaguered, on the verge of complete federalization police force. [Federal judge declares ‘black lives matter’ during hearing over Seattle police reform, Seattle Times, August 16, 2016]:



U.S. District Judge James Robart, pointedly reacting to the Seattle police union’s rejection of a tentative contract, said Monday he would not let the powerful labor group hold the city “hostage” by linking wages to constitutional policing.  
 “To hide behind a collective- bargaining agreement is not going to work,” Robart said during a dramatic court hearing he opened by laying out a path for police-accountability reform and closed with an emotional declaration that “black lives matter.”
The future is one of federally-enforced Black Lives Matter judiciary rulings... law and order replaced with ordering white people to respect Black Lives Matter approved laws

 Robart, who is presiding over a 2012 consent decree requiring the city to adopt reforms to address Department of Justice allegations of excessive force and biased policing, called for major changes that would directly affect the union’s membership: streamlined appeals of officer discipline and internal investigations conducted by civilians rather than sworn officers. 
 Kevin Stuckey, who recently became president of the Seattle Police Officers’ Guild (SPOG) in a power shake-up and listened in court to the judge’s blistering remarks, said the union is prepared to sit down with the city and reach a deal.
“The judge has given us our marching orders,” Stuckey said, insisting the union’s vote this summer to reject the deal was not tied to money but to the leak of confidential contract details to The Stranger newspaper. 
Guild members — officers and sergeants — voted 823 to 156 this summer to reject a contract containing a mix of wage hikes and reforms, an outcome one source attributed to too many giveaways without enough in return. 
Other sources previously said former SPOG President Rich O’Neill, who in 2008 won big pay raises in exchange for reforms, led the campaign against the package. O’Neill’s effort indirectly led to Robart’s tongue lashing, during which he said he might formally intervene if he concludes the guild is interfering with reform. 
“The court and the citizens of Seattle will not be held hostage for increased payments and benefits … ,” Robart said, adding, “I’m sure the entire city of Seattle would march behind me.” 
Robart, at the same time, praised the city’s overall reform effort, saying the Police Department had adopted sweeping changes. It has become a national model for de-escalation tactics, he said, and put in place successful crisis intervention techniques, use-of-force reviews and added training on bias-free policing. 
He said that the work is not done and that strong leadership is required. “I think we have the right person to do that in Chief O’Toole,” Robart said of Kathleen O’Toole, who listened from the audience. 
Last week, Robart issued an order allowing the city to draft police-accountability legislation, as long as he reviews it before it is submitted to the City Council to make sure it does not conflict with the consent decree. 
Robart ended the hearing with deeply personal remarks, in which he noted a statistic that showed, nationally, 41 percent of the shootings by police were of blacks, when they represented 20 percent of the population. 
“Black lives matter,” he said, drawing a startled, audible reaction in a courtroom listening to the words coming from a federal judge sitting on the bench. 
He also said the recent shootings of police officers, including in Dallas, Baton Rouge and, in 2009, of four Lakewood, Pierce County, officers, reflected the importance of the work being done to heal police and community relations.
Black people must never be held accountable for their individuals action, when, collectively, whites can be blamed... or the police, for daring to arrest eternally innocent - and hopelessly discriminated against - blacks.

By the way, Judge: blacks are 13 percent of U.S. population and only eight percent of Seattle's population, but are responsible for a shockingly high percentage of violent crime. Without a black population, it's safe to say Seattle would have almost no need for homicide division in the police department.

"Hillary's America" is about some past KKK-connections of the Democrat Party, but the current, rabidly anti-white, anti-law and order Democrat Party that envisions the future being an America where white people have virtually no rights, save the right to be eternally the slave of empowering non-whites.

Those recent police shootings of white officers by black radicals (whose executions of white police officers in Dallas are sickly justified by the Judge here and by the mainstream media elsewhere) reflect the need to confront Black Lives Matter rhetoric and combat it with discourse that isn't entirely predicated on the notion white people and police are inherently evil.

If not, you might see an "evil" unleashed demanded by Thomas Jefferson when a people is reduced to absolute despotism.


“It’s ISIS in America”: How One Black Male Described the Black Insurrection in Milwaukee, Where White People and White Journalists were Attacked

Since late May 2009, SBDPL has existed. 

If you want to see a documentation of life at the end of the American experiment, you'll find no better starting point then going back through the archives of SBPDL and seeing both a macro and micro look at what has helped lead us to not only the black insurrection in Milwaukee over August 13-14, 2016, but you'll see why the rise of a Donald J. Trump was an inevitability. 


Remember when Pat Buchanan was fired from MSNBC back in 2012, with the president of the network arguing the flirtation of white identity politics (and noting the white dispossession happening in America) were ideas that, "aren’t really appropriate for national dialogue...?"

Folks, we were never, ever supposed to be able to start a real conservation on race and we never, ever supposed to stand up to our becoming a minority in America. 

Neither were really appropriate for national dialogue. 

Though I believe the United States of America is irredeemable, I do not for one second entertain the notion large portions of white America are without hope. On the contrary, the ranks of Those Who Can See grow by the day and millions of individuals can only say, "what took you so long?"

Looking at what just transpired in Milwaukee, where a black cop shot and killed a black - career criminal- male (armed with a stolen gun, who failed to cooperate with police), instigating a conflagration of black violence against private property and targeting white citizens, it's obvious we are no longer inching closer to the breaking point: a full-on sprint is occurring, seemingly aided by an Acme rocket-pack only Wiley E. Coyote would dare wear. 
A fire rises, enlightening millions of white people nationwide of the truth about black people and the failed experiment that is the United States of America


Just look at some of the recent headlines out of Milwaukee. [BURN DOWN WHITE SUBURBS, SISTER OF MAN KILLED BY MILWAUKEE POLICE URGES RIOTERS: "Take that sh*t to the suburbs. Burn that sh*t down! We need our sh*t! We need our weave!", Infowars.com, August 15, 2016]:
Video footage shows the sister of the man shot dead by police in Milwaukee calling on rioters to burn down white suburbs instead of their own neighborhoods. 
“Burning down sh*t ain’t gonna help nothin’,” yells Sherelle Smith. 
“You’re burnin’ down sh*t we need in our community.” 
“Take that sh*t to the suburbs. Burn that sh*t down!” she demands. 
“We need our sh*t! We need our weave! I don’t wear it, but we need it!” 

According to police, body camera footage shows 23-year-old Sylville K. Smith aim a gun at officers before he was shot dead by an African-American cop. 
The incident sparked a wave of violent unrest that continued through Sunday night. 
Milwaukee is the most segregated metropolitan area in the United States, with whites almost exclusively living in the suburbs. 
Between 1950 and 1990 there was a “white flight” from Milwaukee County into Waukesha County and suburbs of Milwaukee. 
Smith’s call for rioters to stop burning down their own communities is being reported by the media as a rebuke to those behind the violence. 
However, in reality she is really just calling for the mayhem to be inflicted on the suburbs, or in other words – where all the white people live. 
Milwaukee Alderman Khalif Rainey responded to the weekend’s violence by tacitly threatening more riots if “oppression,” “unemployment” and “injustice” wasn’t addressed. Rainey failed to explain what this had to do with an armed man with a lengthy criminal record aiming a gun at police officers. 
As we reported yesterday, the white people brave enough to venture through Milwaukee on Saturday night were directly targeted for racial attacks, with rioters yelling, “they white, get their ass!,” as they attempting to drag white drivers out of their vehicles. 
Don’t expect a DOJ investigation or a national media “hate crime” outcry any time soon.
While chants of "black power" filled a night sky already polluted with the smoke of burning symbols of white civilization (for all the talk of conquering the peanut, Africans have yet to invent the wheel), an unidentified black male ranted to a white journalist on an unidentified local Milwaukee affiliate station about the black insurrection taking place.

With fires burning less than 30 yards away, the black male said:
"Right now, you've got a city riot going on, because once again the police failed to protect us like they said they would. They failed to do what their sworn in today. If we don't have anyone to protect us, you get riots. We losing loved ones to the people that sworn in to protect us. It's other stuff that's going on out here. It's ISIS in America. It's not us, it's the police. This is what they encourage, what they provoke. This is what you get. And no it won't end today. I don't know when it will end."
This incoherent rant is unsettling, because no logic nor reason exists from the black male justifying the riots, especially when you consider the everyday occurrence of black on black violence in Milwaukee, and a creeping race war there in which only one side ostensibly is prepared to fight.

So yes, white people noticing the United States of America is, more and more, resembling some destitute, war-torn failed African state wasn't supposed to be part of the "national dialogue," but reality has a funny way of asserting itself... even when it wasn't invited.