There is a conspicuous indignity to the idea that dead black men whose lives amounted to nothing more than a series of felonies are paraded in front of us as though they were beloved members of the community, whose deaths we are legitimately mourning. It’s so fucking fake.— Aimee Terese (@aimeeterese) May 7, 2023
A Black mayor and Black District Attorney did this. Times have changed in America. Post-2020 is here. pic.twitter.com/gwoouOOV2T— Eurasian Emperor (@empireenjoyer10) May 12, 2023
Journos bask in their achievement https://t.co/oHEKCoeUPr— James Kirkpatrick (@VDAREJamesK) May 12, 2023
Daniel Penny is being charged for Jordan Neely’s death.— Frank DeScushin (@FrankDeScushin) May 11, 2023
NYC mayor Eric Adams’ earlier speech on the matter let us know within the first five seconds why Neely’s death has drawn so much attention and fervor for charges.
How is NYC’s mayor saying this not prejudicial to the case? https://t.co/Mx0kHDU5Ne pic.twitter.com/U3sW7hDwy7
IN CUSTODY: 11 days after the death of #JordanNeely, Former Marine #DanielPenny is in police custody. He’s charged with 2nd degree manslaughter. Max time behind bars if convicted? 15 years #nbc4ny #NYC pic.twitter.com/Kq5FOV2EJE— Tracie Strahan (@tstrahan4NY) May 12, 2023
Paul Kersey coined the term “Black Run America” over a decade ago.
There are a lot of people who dislike the term. They think it is misleading because actually Jews Run America. Personally, I don’t really see how the two narratives are at odds. We have both a Jewish liberal elite and a sick culture which is centered and organized around the figure of the negro. The oppression of the negro by “racism” and “white supremacy” is at the core of our established national religion.
“Black Run America” describes an essential aspect of our social order. The New York subway, for example, is run for the benefit of worthless vagrants like Jordan Neely. Innocent people are killed all the time there. They are often pushed in front of trains by sociopaths. No one cares. It only becomes “A Story About Race In America” when someone like Daniel Penny dares to lay their hands on one of these gremlins.
We are all Daniel Penny. We are all living under the same system and through this unique period of history. Never before in all of history have black people been put up on such a pedestal. Your life has been negatively impacted by this obsession in countless ways. Maybe you have to pay to send your kids to a private school because the public schools have been turned over to blacks. Maybe you have to commute to work because it is unsafe to live in a big city because of black criminals. Maybe you just pay taxes to subsidize the dysfunction. Maybe you lost your job because of some impious act of lèse-majesté against a protected class. Maybe you encountered obstacles in your career because of your race. Maybe you have been investigated and excommunicated from your church for “the sin of racism.”
The world is being run at your expense for their benefit. We are living through a social experiment. Daniel Penny’s freedom is the latest casualty of that experiment. He won’t be the last.