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Fri Feb 1 21:30:52 MST 2013

You're white, you're guilty, you're dead!

Black sentenced to life for shooting 3 of 'enemy'

Published: 3 hours ago
  by <http://www.wnd.com/author/cflaherty/>Colin 
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Colin Flaherty is an award-winning reporter and 
author of <http://whitegirlbleedalot.com/>"White 
Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence 
to America and how the media ignore it." Follow 
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(Editor’s note: Colin Flaherty has done more 
reporting than any other journalist on what 
appears to be a nationwide trend of skyrocketing 
black-on-white crime, violence and abuse. WND 
features these reports to counterbalance the 
virtual blackout by the rest of the media due to 
their concerns that reporting such incidents 
would be inflammatory or even racist. WND 
considers it racist not to report racial abuse 
solely because of the skin color of the perpetrators or victims.)

EDITOR’S NOTE: The links in the following report 
may contain offensive language.

He was black and angry. They were white and 
guilty, just the way he learned in school.  So he shot them.

That’s the evidence that has emerged from the 
Atlanta trial of Nkosi Thandiwe, who has been 
sentenced to life in prison plus 65 years for 
shooting three white girls last year. One died, one is paralyzed.

to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Thandiwe 
testified the reason he purchased a gun probably 
was “to enforce beliefs he’d developed about 
white people during his later years as an 
anthropology major at the University of West Georgia.”

“I was trying to prove a point that Europeans had 
colonized the world, and as a result of that, we 
see a lot of evil today,” he said. “In terms of 
slavery, it was something that needed to be 
answered for. I was trying to spread the message of making white people mend.”

The report says the night before the shooting, he 
was at a “Peace Party,” and was enraged that two white people were there.

“I was upset,” Thandiwe said. “I was still upset 
Friday. I took the gun to work because I was still upset from Thursday night.”

A jury found him guilty of murder – following a 
decision by a judge that just because he learned 
crazy things in school, that did not make him too crazy to stand trial.

the Big List of black mob violence.

to the CBS affiliate in Atlanta:

Thandiwe said during his last few years in 
college, his history studies changed his thoughts 
about how some white people treated black people.

“In terms of slavery and race, it was something 
that needed to be answered for. I saw it as 
something that the black community hasn’t 
recovered from so my initial way to handle that 
was to spread information to help combat some of 
the ignorance that was in the black community 
about our history,” said Thandiwe.
“Correct me if I’m wrong, but you were trying to 
spread the message of making white people the 
enemy,” asked Assistant District Attorney Linda Dunikoski.
“Yes,” replied Thandiwe.

The shootings were Thandiwe’s second episode of 
racial violence in less than a month. Thandiwe 
assailed a visiting courier with racial epithets 
and had to be physically restrained from striking 
and causing harm to visitors at a parking garage 
where he worked, said WSBTV News in Atlanta.

Racial resentment is the new mother’s milk of 
education, said a prison psychologist who did not 
wish to be identified. Students, black and white, 
learn from their earliest days that blacks are 
victims and powerless to fight racism, he said.

Not just in school, but also in churches and from their parents, he said.

The attitude of victimization breeds resentment and violence.

“But most dangerous of all, black students are 
taught they are not responsible for their 
behavior because they are the victims of white 
racism,” he said. “I see that every day in the prison where I work.”

Examples abound: In 
N.C., Joshua Proutey was recently shot in the 
head and killed while being robbed by four black 
people who had targeted him because white people “were bound to have money.”

One of the confessed killers, a 17-year old, said 
he did not like being “stereotyped as a tough guy.”

In Chicago, 
city recently agreed to pay $22.5 million to the 
victim of black mob violence because she was 
white and the city police released her into a 
“predominantly black” area, placing her in 
danger. A Harvard professor testified that 
because of what he called Routine Activities 
Theory, violence is an expected result in that situation.

In Wilmington, Del., the pastor of one of the 
largest black congregations in the state said: 
“This violence in our community – you don’t think 
it has something to do with the last 400 years?”

Rev. Lawrence M. Livingston told the News 
Journal. “We didn't create this stuff – all this mess.”

The comments came just a few days after a crowd 
of black people beat a white clergyman near Livingston’s church.

These are just a few of the more than 400 
examples of racial violence and lawlessness in 
more than 80 cities documented in 
<http://whitegirlbleedalot.com/>“White Girl Bleed 
a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it.”

The flip side of the rising tide of black mob 
violence is what the prison psychologist calls “infantile omnipotence:”

This is the feeling that because something has 
not happened to you directly, you can ignore it. 
Like an infant who thinks it is not vulnerable to 
any danger because all it has ever known is the safety of the womb or the crib.

This is what accounts for widespread willingness 
to ignore the violence among members of the media 
and some members of the public, he said.

“Black people have been encouraged to hate whites 
and to discriminate against them from the 
so-called civil rights leaders,” said author and 
syndicated talk show host 
Lee Peterson: “And that is evil. The evil will 
get worse from generation to generation if you don’t deal with it.”

Taleeb Starkes is a social worker, film maker and 
author of the book called <http://www.blksvsnggrs.com/>“The Un-Civil War.”

“These schools are reinforcing the long-existing, 
deep-rooted, victimization gospel that’s 
religiously practiced in the African-American 
community,” said Starkes. “Moreover, denunciation 
of this victimization gospel by any 
African-American is sacrilegious and leads to the 
questioning of ‘blackness.’ Even scarier is the 
fact that this ideology is spawning urban 
terrorists whose actions are always justified by 
another tenet of the victimization gospel called 
P.T.S.D (Post Traumatic Slavery Disorder).”

Starkes continued, “Combined with the race 
peddlers and the mainstream media’s intentional 
portrayal of African-Americans as permanent 
victims incapable of hate-crimes, this 
self-defeating ideology has become a societal 
toxin. Consequently, any Black-on-White crime, 
regardless of viciousness, is essentially 
interpreted as Black ‘payback’ instead of Black 
crime. Alternatively, had this urban terrorist 
been a bloodthirsty White supremacist who 
mercilessly killed two unsuspecting Black women, 
Negro-geddon would have commenced.”

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