“Soft despotism is a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville describing the state into which a country overrun by "a network of small complicated rules" might degrade. Soft despotism is different from despotism (also called 'hard despotism') in the sense that it is not obvious to the people."

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

16 Year Old Black Thug Murders Two British Tourists

Freed to kill: Teenage gunman accused of murdering two British tourists in Florida was released from custody just two weeks ago.

Shawn Tyson,  shot James Cooper and James Kouzaris in the back as they ran away, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after an alleged robbery. But as it was his first offence, he was released from custody while police investigated. He will now be charged as an adult and, if convicted of first-degree murder, could face the death penalty.

U.S. officers were said to be mystified that the two middle-class visitors were in the Newton district.
One theory, however, is that  they may have accepted the offer of a lift back to their upmarket resort 12 miles away, only to find themselves being set up for a robbery.
The pair were fleeing for their lives when they were shot ‘multiple times’ in the back with a handgun at 3am.

They were left to die in a run-down housing project infamous for drug-dealing and violent gang activity. Their bodies were found 50ft apart surrounded by at least 20 bullet cases.

It was understood that the weapon allegedly used by Tyson was a TEC-9, a semi-automatic handgun.
Mr Cooper, 25, a tennis coach who once played Andy Murray, and Mr Kouzaris, 24, a town planner and leading amateur rugby player, met while studying at Sheffield University.

They had arrived in Florida last week in time to celebrate Mr Cooper’s 25th birthday on Wednesday.


  1. Most white Americans know that you do not go into black neighborhoods during the day time let alone at night. Some entire cities, Camden, New Jersey for one, are to be avoided and are by those familiar with the areas.

    The media will use euphemisms to avoid the truth. If two black middle class students were gunned down by a 16 year old white skinhead…I don't even have to describe the hysteria that would follow in the MSM.

    Murder, rape, robbery, and assault remain at historic highs in cities such as Houston, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago, and Los Angeles. These cities are much less safe today than in the 1950s and 1960s.

    Nothing affects crime rates more than the number of young males in the population—and by the year 2010, there will be about 4.5 million more males age 17 or under than there were in 1990: 8 percent more whites and 26 percent more blacks.

    Six percent of young males turn out to be career criminals. Do the math.

  2. A RECENT Inquirer series on violence in the schools, a year in the making, underscores how dangerous many city schools are, with thousands of attacks reported on students, staff and educators.

    As a result, Mayor Nutter and Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey are now considering putting armed city police officers in some schools, presumably focused on the 19 schools that are classified as "persistently dangerous."

    No doubt that strategy will have some effect.

    It's a strategy that also has its own dangers - among them that this will be seen as an easy fix to a problem that is anything but easy.

    There is no mention of race because all these schools that are the problem are predominately black, some 97% black.

    Everbody knows it and most are afraid to mention it. Why is that?

  3. Read this extraordinary piece from the Philadelphia Enquirer:

    …"the Paul L. Dunbar elementary school in North Philadelphia that last year reported 10.5 violent incidents per 100 students; this is among the highest incident rate from all schools, including high schools. Dunbar, on 12th Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue, sits in a neighborhood where homicide rates have risen in the past five years. It has high rates of poverty.

    The areas and schools are solid black and Latino.

  4. This from the same article from the Philadelphia Enquirer:

    We have to begin by acknowledging that large numbers of the children of this city live harsh lives: For example, 3,000 school-age kids have left their homes and are in some kind of foster care. Almost 12,822 reports are filed with the city Department of Human Services annually, about a quarter of those with foundation. Three-quarters of schoolchildren are eligible for free and reduced lunch; 40,000 kids between 5 and 17 are in families receiving welfare, with 113,000 receiving food stamps.

  5. I think everyone would agree that in 1944, there was more racism in segregated America. At that time, the black illegitimacy rate was at 11%.

    Now, with a black president, the rate is nearly 70%. Why is the current rate so high?

    Welfare, single 'never-been- married' mothers, a culture devoid of fathers in the home, drug use and government programs have made the problems worse and worse, but tell the truth and you will be branded a racist.

  6. The last year my daughter attended a Phila school, K-12, they had put metal detectors at every door. Guards stood at those doors every morning. She went to one of the better schools.

  7. I believe Roxborough already has cops on the campus. If not they have trained guards.

  8. I think they had cops there when I use to hang there as a teenager.

  9. Those results, Deuce, are directly correlate to the Federals welfare programs, which destroyed the families receiving the "assistance".

    Then they made the "free" money so assessable that it was in the woman's "best" interest to not have a father in the household. Replacing the father with a check and a social worker.

    What we are seeing, now, are the fruits of victory in the Federal "War on Poverty", started by that Texican, LBJ.

    Buying votes and keeping the blacks "in their place", all in one sweet deal.

    It is a hard row to hoe. Looking beyond the victims to the real perpetrators of societal destruction.

    It is easier, though, to blame the victims, than to address the root causes of the current cultural dysfunction.

  10. We used to have a solution to the "young males" problem. It was called "The Infantry" - from the French L'enfant.'

    But, Warfare has changed, and the "L'enfants Terrible" are no longer needed (or even wanted.)

  11. .

    It is easier, though, to blame the victims, than to address the root causes of the current cultural dysfunction.

    A broad use of the word victim.

    Victim/perpetrator would be more accurate.

    One can rationalize the reasons a person becomes what he is, societal, parental, governmental influences. But when it comes down to it, anyone using a TEK 9 to shoot someone in the back is no longer a victim. He is a perpetrator and a criminal. And justice demands he be punished.


  12. Sempra Generation has announced that the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has unanimously approved Pacific Gas and Electric's 20-year contract to purchase 150 megawatts (MW) of solar power from Sempra Generation's Mesquite Solar 1 facility in Arizona.
    With approval of the contract secured, the company plans to begin construction on the photovoltaic solar power plant in June. The project is expected to create about 300 construction jobs at peak. Mesquite Solar 1 will produce enough electricity to power approximately 56,000 average homes when completed in early 2013.

    Regulators Approve Contract

  13. Certainly, Q, the miscreant should be held liable for their actions.

    True at all levels of the food chain, just not the bottom.

  14. God forbid we should limit his right to carry a TEK 9 about.

  15. God forbid we should limit MY right to arm myself in defense against him.

  16. .

    It Begins Brits put Advisors into Libya

    Mr Hague described the rebels' political body, the National Transitional Council (NTC), as "legitimate political interlocutors

    From the American Heritage Dictionary:

    in•ter•loc•u•tor ( n t r-l k y -t r)
    1. Someone who takes part in a conversation, often formally or officially.
    2. The performer in a minstrel show who is placed midway between the end men and engages in banter with them.

    Which of the two meanings do you think Mr. Hague was referring to?


  17. Lots of ways to skin that cat Rufus i.e. gun registries, make bullets and guns traceable...make gun ownership a privilege not a right

  18. .

    It Begins Brits put Advisors into Libya

    Mr Hague said the move was needed to help protect civilians in Libya and was compatible with the United Nations resolution which authorised a no-fly zone.

    Early on Hillary said that as many as 10,000 civilians could be killed if Gadhafi wasn't stopped. (One assumes she pulled the number out of her ass as there was no explanation of where she got it from).

    I've been reading about the refugee camps that are being set up Libya. There is one (around Masurati? Benghazi?) that has about 10,000 people in it right now. They are suffering from desease as well as the lack of food and water. One can expect that the numbers in these camps as well as the number of homeless trying to get out of the country will only grow.

    10,000 dead?

    We may be grateful if that is all that die. The results of our good intentions on the population of Iraq keep coming to mind.


  19. My gun Ownership is in the Constitution, Ash. There is no "negotiating" That.

  20. .

    The criteria for a 'Just War":

    The damage inflicted by the aggressor on the nation or community of nations must be lasting, grave and certain; all other means of putting an end to it must have been shown to be impractical or ineffective; there must be serious prospects of success; the use of arms must not produce evils and disorders graver than the evil to be eliminated.


  21. Obama has cancelled the return of a Combat Brigade Stationed in Europe

    What the Hell?

  22. That Black Boy doesn't scare me 1/100 as much as does my government, Ash.

  23. .

    What the Hell?

    I swear to god, it's like 1984 and the Ministry of Truth.

    They will tell you anything they want and if you question it you are ignored as either an irritant or an ignorant bumpkin.

    I wrote a letter to my senator on issues associated with the war. He sent me back a two page e-mail that laid out the history of how we got into the war and where we are now.

    The only problem?

    He didn't even mention any of the issues I raised.

    Pedantic, pompous, arrogant. They are all the same.


  24. And, the beat goes on:

    Tucson AZ (SPX) Apr 19, 2011
    SOLON has announced the completion of nearly 2.7 megawatts (MW) in solar system construction for Arizona's Paradise Valley Unified School District (PV Schools), making it the state's largest school district solar installation.

    School Systems - it's what's hot

  25. It is your constitutional right. I don't disagree with that. What I disagree with is someone walking in off the street without a drivers license and buying a gun legally. What kind of background check can you do in ten minutes.

    Ten years ago I started working with children and needed a background check that took four weeks or so, and that wasn't even a finger print check. They take longer.

  26. Between the time the cop parks his car behind yours, and the time he gets his seat belt off he can know just about anything about you that he wants.

    But, as far as that goes, I'm not a Big fan of ANY "Infringements" - including "background checks."

    Again, a "Crazy, Homicidal Maniac" owning a gun doesn't scare me nearly as much as a Government than can "Infringe" on MY Right to own one.

  27. We all must support more funding for Planned Parenthood! We need to promote abortions on demand for Black America. The problem is that there is overcrowding in the black areas. And we have been letting more and more people of color come to America without making room!

    Abortion on demand for African Americans!

    Maybe someday they will rival the Israelis in aborting their unborn, as to make room for more Blacks to move to the USA...

  28. For instance, all the background checks in the world wasn't going to stop That guy from having a gun. But, they might stop you from having one to defend yourself.

  29. Professor Rat has explained all to us many times...

    Israel aborts it's fetuses to make room for more people,

    This is an example worthy to follow...

    Blacks need to get on the wagon and abort just as many as the evil Joos....

  30. A friend of mine has a right to own a gun. He also had the right to carry. One late night he caught a couple of kids breaking into his car. He approached them with his gun and then ran. Maybe his mistake was chasing them across the street. He got over a year of weekends in jail.

  31. And I've got the tag racist for using the dreaded N word once in reference to the inner city?

    I do think I could come up with thousands of incidents where cracker is the culprit, but for the tone of the day I'll mention one incident here -the black guy beat the hell out of the white girl friend, left her unconscious and just for the hell of carved "do not resusitate" on her chest, a nice afterthought.

    Black crime is a real prpblem. I'm not racist, my football guys are all wonderful, far as I know, and we had a white killed his white girlfriend here some months ago.

    The statistics say something, we have to have a discussion about race, our Attorney General tells us so


  32. But let me tell you what the Law is, cause I know and most of you do not. So I will tell you. The Law is, the defendent gets all the benefits of a legal defense and if the shit hole can't pay, a lawyer will be appointedd for him.

    Pappa had many of these cases back in the day the Nez Perce were dead drunk down by the river.

    He called 'em a "feather in your cap" case.


  33. Arm up, Melody, my wife and daughter did.

    Went through the course.

    Now they are packing, .38's with five rounds.

    Don't fuck with them.


  34. An armed society is a polite society as long as both sides are carrying.

    The wrong side gets their guns illegally. No amount of legislation will stop that. Once in a blue moon, someone buys a gun legally and commits a felony. The MSM and Ash howls for new gun laws.

    Putting more gun laws on law abiding citizens is not the answer.

    Enforcing the laws we already have and keeping dangerous criminals in prison is.