From Rochester: The Knockout Game that does not exist.
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Rochester does not have a problem with black mob violence or black on white crime. The city does, however, have a problem with white people who are not used to it.
The latest example is a “disturbing” video of a group of black people talking about how they are going to wait for a “old white lady” to come out of a convenience store so they can hit her in the face with a snow ball.
Which they did. Police know who the people are. And they will talk to them eventually. But police say from what they can see on the video, it looks more like harassment than assault.
Rochester City Councilman Adam McFadden schooled white people about their finicky sensibilities toward crime in 2011.
The occasion was the aftermath of large scale black mob violence at a city-sponsored Memorial Day party featuring barbecue ribs.
More than 200 black people showed up, ate, rioted, then left. Police arrested 13 black people, including one for assaulting an officer. If anyone in Rochester was surprised or upset, they did a good job hiding it. The local paper explained that several public holiday gatherings had been cancelled the year before because of violence, and “the city has an ongoing issue with crowds of youth at the Liberty Pole downtown.”
Which continue today — the Liberty Pole is the site of regular and frequent black mob violence, especially when students ride the bus there after school. Sometimes accompanied by gunfire.
McFadden explained the 2011 black mob violence, thusly: “I think what you saw at the beach is what we’ve been seeing in many of our neighborhoods for two decades,” said McFadden. “It’s just that you had a lot of people there who are not used to that culture and got to witness it personally.”
In the Two years since, McFadden has been proven correct over and over again. The City’s Lilac Festival was once a showcase of horticultural passion. Today, the annual flower show is interrupted by frequent episodes of black mob violence.
By the time it was over this year, 200 people were arrested and four people were stabbed. A man with a shotgun escaped and two police officers were hurt.
Two months prior to the festival, the police chief sent potential criminals a letter, saying he was watching them and they’d better start behaving. They did not.
Local reporters do not – or will not – report what many readers know: “Let’s face it, this is a racial problem,” said Ann Marie Cummings in the comment section of the Democrat and Chronicle. “Whether it is the Puerto Rican fest, last year at the rib fest, or problems at sea breeze with gangs. It’s obvious these street thugs pick arenas … large amount of people attending.”
In September of 2013 in the Rochester suburb of Irondequoit, police had to close down a movie theater after 400 to 500 black people started fighting inside and outside a showing of the movie Insidious, Chapter 2.
Most of the fighters were from Rochester.
“I saw police officers chasing kids, as we were pulling out of the parking lot to leave we saw police officer knock kids to the ground and one police officer was batoning kids,” said Alton Johnson to Rochester YNN.
Lt. Jonna Izzo explained it all to News 8: “They have pent up energy from being scared in the movie theater and they come out and they don’t know what to do with that energy.”
Some residents said it was strange that anyone could blame a large scale act of violence and mayhem on a movie. Other said it had nothing to with the movie: That mall and others in Irondequoit have been plagued by black mob violence for years:
“So it’s not the first time and won’t be the last !!,” said David Sevor at the web site for WHAM TV news. “It’s sad these young teenagers don’t know how to behave out in public.”
Mike Alpaha was more explicit: “It’s been a problem that has been escalating for a long time. White people are the real problem! Your all too scared to speak up and talk about the real problem!”
“These young black kids are out of control and have no discipline in the home. They have no respect for anyone (especially white people). But everyone is scared of being called a racist for telling it how it is.”
“I’m not a racist, but I can say that the inner city black youth are out of control and only getting worse!”
Four police departments from neighboring jurisdictions assisted. City officials called the bus company, which returned the rioters to Rochester. No one was arrested.
Meanwhile, police are looking for the “old white lady” who was struck with a snow ball and a fist.
But the activist who discovered the tape and recorded it before it could be removed is not holding his breath. Davy V. Is a filmmaker and blogger who writes in Rochester. He describes some of the actors and actions:
Sunday evening, a Rochester, NY youth who goes by the Facebook name “True Goon Tocool Sneekey” posted a :53 second video titled “Just doin shit watch the smack cam”.
The video starts with the youth laughing and talking into the camera.
“I’m bout to smack the old lady with the snowball when she come out the store”, he says.
A few seconds later, as more laughter is heard in the background, an older woman is seen coming out of a corner store located at the intersection of Jay and Child Streets, on the city’s west side.
The youth in the video then hits the woman in the side of the head.
The youths then run off as one of them is heard yelling “Smack cam! Smack cam!”
Then one of the youths is heard saying “I’m gonna get the fuck up outta here before she calls the cops!”, obviously referring to the woman they just assaulted.
Davy V. says police are not taking the crime seriously.
“I wonder if the woman who came out of that store, and was attacked by some young punk who blinded sided her, hitting her on the side of her head, if that woman had been RPD Sgt. Elena Correia’s mother, or grandmother, would she brush it off as “harassment”, which is nothing more than a violation,” said Davy V.
Davy V.: Rochester, NY Youth Assaults Woman, then Posts Disturbing “Smack Cam”Video on Facebook (UPDATED)
For a complete collection of links to black mob violence in Rochester,
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Black Mob Violence and Denial | FrontPage Magazine
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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