Skip to comments.The Broken Homeland
Posted on 03/27/2013 1:52:29 PM PDT by IChing
Its broad daylight on a Saturday afternoon in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, just this past December. Bill Bailey, father of a two-year-old daughter with his fiancé, is walking back home after going to a neighborhood convenience store and buying cigarettes.
Three young boys, two of them aged 14 and the third aged 13, are following Bailey and harassing him, trying to get him to give them cigarettes. Bailey refuses. The boys keep up their aggressive following, demanding cigarettes.
Bailey arrives at his home, and the boys wont stop harassing him. The argument escalates.
Baileys fiancé, 22-year-old Kayla Peterson, hears the commotion and comes out from the house. She tells the boys to get a job.
One of the boys promptly pulls out a gun and shoots her in the abdomen.
The boys flee.
Peterson dies in her fiancés arms.
That night, the boys post pictures of themselves on Facebook, posing with guns, pointing the guns at the camera, and making gang signs with their hands.
The boys hide out in the homes of various friends and family members until police manage to find them and arrest them one by one.
Its Thursday morning of just last week in Brunswick, Georgia. Broad daylight. A woman is out for a walk in her neighborhood with her 13-month baby boy strapped securely in his stroller, when (according to the woman) she is accosted by two boys demanding money.
The boys have a gun, and it is pointed at her. She tells them she doesnt have any money with her. They threaten to kill her and her baby if she doesnt give them money. She pleads with them that she has no cash, and begs them not to shoot her baby.
The boy holding the gun opens fire.
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This is the world the liberals wanted when they denounced the teaching of morality to children.
If only our soil hadn’t supported cotton . . .
If only we had imported white slaves/criminals like the Aussies.
There will not be change until we address violent blacks as Black Ku Klux Klan and go after the White Guilt Liberals who support and condone this nonsense. White folks need to get honest and get real...and stop being wussies towards Blacks
Amerika is the new Detroit.
Key statistic...over 50% of children born today in the U.S. are “bastards”. They are considered income streams for the mother or family....
I always thought the Aussies were criminals, dumped in that god forsaken island half way around the world by the Imperial British who continued to use Australia much as the French used Devil's Island to dispose of anyone that didn't fit into "polite society".
I've held the Aussies in the highest regard as they have converted the former prison colony into a homeland with fine food, great beer, beautiful women, and a unique sense of humor. Unflinchingly loyal to their friends, they have earned a place as one of our staunchest allies however I must say that like us they appear to have gone "wobbly" and allowed progressives to gain a foothold. Bad move, that!
You know, there's another way of expressing it that I once read. It goes "If I knew this was going to happen, I would have picked my own damn cotton."
Yep, I’ve heard that too, and it’s a better version actually .. mountains and mountains of truth in it .. sadly, and to our eternal regret.
Shocking story, thank you for posting. The bride to be is a fiancée, not a fiancé. The fiancé is the groom to be.
Yes, but often one can spot them from a mile away because they look like the Clamperts.
FYI y’all: the father of little blue-eyed Antonio is black. Ironic.
Where did you get that information? I was under the impression he is hispanic. The baby looked very white to me, not mulatto at all.
Thanks, I learned something today.
Agree, the Aussies have done well.
As I have posted here before, the word Hispanic is meaningless re racial identity. As someone very informed about Caribbean culture, I could tell by looking at the photo of the baby that he is what the Spanish-speaking Caribbeans call jabado, a racial classification among ten or more on the islands which would mean that he had to have a non-white parent. I then looked for a photo of the father, and low and behold, he is not white.
I came across that term a couple of days ago, referring to the baby Antonio. But honestly, his hair in the picture of him circulating is straight and flowing and golden, his eyes blue...I haven’t seen a pic of his father but I’m amazed if it is true that his biological father is black. Hmm.
You came across the term in a post by me. I see details you don’t see because I’m informed about race and culture in the Caribbean.
You’re beginning to sound like a Dem - not wanting to believe something outside the narrow range of your experience, too lazy to check for yourself. Easier to imply that I am lying.
Ba! Oh come on. I implied no such thing, just that you were mistaken, at worst, or that I had stumbled into something I had never encountered before, something quite anomalous in my book. Calm down. Got a link to a pic of the father?
And you really don’t have any idea about the range of my experience.
Well, I do have an idea about the range - and limitations - of your experience re race and ethnicity when you assume that a child with blond hair cannot be other than Caucasian.
Not what I said, but as you please.
The mayor (already facing bribery and racketeering charges from last year) has now been arrested also, obstructing the investigation and influencing a witness. Sounds like the entire town is a Bloods gang stronhold.
Your words: baby Antonio. But honestly, his hair in the picture of him circulating is straight and flowing and golden, his eyes blue...I havent seen a pic of his father but Im amazed if it is true that his biological father is black.
Isn’t that the same as saying that a baby with those characteristics must be Caucasian?
My skepticism and amazement was directed at the claim that his father is black. That’s what my comment what about, evidence, or lack thereof, of his father being black. Whether the baby (R.I.P.) could have been categorized as Caucasian is debatable, but that’s not what I was commenting on. I never did say Caucasian. As we know, George Zimmerman had black grandparents, but still the meme is that he is a “white hispanic.” This is all kind of pointless anyhow. More important things to address. But do you have a link to pic of the father?
I’m sorry (for you) that you choose to think that I’m lying. Doubting that the father could be black because the baby is blond is no different from thinking that the baby is Caucasian because he’s blond.
Anyone who knew the first thing about the variations of Latin American ethnicity would know from any photo of Zimmerman that he also was not white, even though he has light skin. The media choosing to misrepresent and/or be ignorant about this is not relevant to the truth.
You can find the photo of the baby’s father by googling the father’s name - I think it was in an Atlanta paper - of him comforting the mother, though to me he looked as though he didn’t want to be in the same room with her.
We did, but they kept running away to Kentucky.
Again, I never accused you of lying. Come off it already. My skepticism was as to whether you’d received the right information. Give it a rest, willya?
I found the guy’s pic, he actually looks more like Bengali to me than anything else.
I didn’t receive information. I looked for it and found it.
...but seeing as his name is Santiago, his features are ostensibly Central American/Mestizo, perhaps mixed with East African...
And we all know that Luis and Santiago are names commonly found in India.
He could pass for Nepali.
But not white. I rest my case.
I never said he was. I questioned whether he was black.
It’s the same.thing. Like saying, I never said he was short. I questioned whether he was tall.
No, it’s not. And even your analogy to height doesn’t work.
You claimed he is black, and I questioned that. I did not claim he was white. I believed it more likely that he is hispanic, but I didn’t make any claims either way, actually—I merely commented on the baby’s features. Now, seeing the father’s picture, I still say he isn’t black.
Kentucky and then on to Chicago!
But as I have said before, several times, the word Hispanic is meaningless in reference to race, because it can mean anything from Mayan to Italian to German to West African to Spanish Moorish to Spanish Visigoth...so there is no such thing as looking Hispanic.
I knew from the minute that I saw the baby’s photo that he had a parent who was not white. I knew because of my experience in the Spanish Caribbean and South America. You didn’t believe me because you lacked the experience to make that assessment, and because your ego wouldn’t let you accept that someone else could know more than you did.
Luis Santiago is not white, and he is black. There are varieties of black in Latin America, and he is recognizably one of them.
You insist upon using a bogus vocabulary - the word Hispanic - so there really is no point in pursuing this further.
Not a white baby. Period.
You’ve never worked in law enforcement, have you?