From an article in WND.com: Beach week fun: Kevlar vests and weapons
The ACLU got this much right: Urban Beach Week is a black thing.
Only reporters call it “Urban Beach Week.” Most others — especially those in attendance at the annual Memorial Day celebration of violence, lawlessness, drugs, and everything hip hop — know it as Black Beach Week.
The web site BlackBeachWeek.com said 450,000 black people will be in Miami Beach this weekend for a “takeover.”
Residents of Miami Beach hate it. Especially after the debacle of 2011. Some local reaction: Antonino Lopez told CBS news in Miami said the gathering ruins his town: “It shows our city as nothing short of a war zone – Filthy streets, a drive by shooting, multiple cars crashed in the process, and total chaos on the streets. This is unacceptable and must be controlled before we totally lose our city, tourism & residents. xxx Up in Atlanta, a newspaper columnist said it is not fair that so many towns, like Miami Beach, “despise the ground we walk on,” said Jineea Butler of Atlanta Word Daily. These large gatherings of black people are “extensions of the civil rights movement.” Remember Freak Nik in Atlanta, the Greekfest in Philadelphia, Black Family Reunion in Daytona Beach, Jones Beach in New York and Virginia Beach Labor Day Weekend? Most of these events have been canceled because the local residents in each town voted against hosting our events. Most of these large gatherings of black people were cancelled or discouraged after repeated and long term violence, property damage and lawlessness. Many of which were documented in White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it. Many of which exist on video. In Virginia Beach, in April, at a party promoted by black people, for black people, where buses picked up people from black sororities and fraternities, 40,000 black people created chaos and violence on the streets at epic levels, completely overwhelming the local police force. The news stories from the other events document the same kind of activity, but few if any, mention the crowds are black. Jineea is not shy about mentioning that. And she does not care for how she is treated at these black events. She says “respect is a two-way street.” And lack of respect towards black people in Miami Beach is why the town is so chaotic on Memorial Days.
Jineea has a solution, but there is one small problem:
We need to sue the city of Miami for violating our civil rights this weekend, but the problem, my friends, is our behavior detracts from making our case. We view shootings and killings as a daily occurrence back home, but people from Miami frown on such occurrences.
Lots of people are way past frowning.
A few links:
These are just some of the hundreds of examples of racial violence and lawlessness in more than 80 cities around the country as documented in my book: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America.
Thomas Sowell said : ”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.
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