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25-Nov-21 World View -- Ahmaud Arberry verdict and the KKK Democrats

Web Log - November, 2021

25-Nov-21 World View -- Ahmaud Arberry verdict and the KKK Democrats

Kyle Rittenhouse, George Floyd and Darryl Brooks

by John J. Xenakis

This morning's key headlines from

Overwhelmingly white jury finds three white defendants guilty of murdering black Arberry

Black murder victim Ahmaud Arberry and three convicted white murderers (Getty,
Black murder victim Ahmaud Arberry and three convicted white murderers (Getty,

Despite the hysteria and threats of violence from the left-wing loons on CNN and MSNBC, a jury of 11 white people and one black person convicted three white defendants of murder of a black person, Ahmaud Arberry.

The leftist loons claimed that white jurors only vote in a racist, bigoted way, but instead they examined the evidence, and the evidence was overwhelming that Ahmaud Arberry had been murdered.

So the court system worked correctly.

The return of the Democrat KKK

It was pretty clear that the Democrat KKK attitudes and hatred of blacks were still in place during the Arberry trial.

A defense attorney stood up and asked for black pastors to be banned from the courtroom. A Southern judge last century would probably have granted that request, but today, the request is idiotic. Today, it takes a Democrat attorney steeped in KKK hatred to try it.

Also, in closing arguments, the defense tried to appeal to the white jurors by saying that Arberry was no victim, and that he was in the neighborhood with "dirty khakis with no socks to cover his long dirty toenails." This would certainly have worked with the Democrats in the KKK in the last century, and would probably also have worked with many Democrats steeped in KKK hatreds today, but instead it appears to have badly backfired, even among the white Democrats on the jury.

These acts by the defense attorneys were typical of the KKK in the last century, and they would have worked. They're less common today because they frequently backfire, even among many Democrats. But it's clear that racism and hatred of blacks still runs deep in the Democrat party. This dates back to the Civil War, and the fury that Democrats felt that the Republicans under Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves and won the war, causing the Democrats to create the KKK and the Jim Crow laws, and spend the next century lynching and killing blacks, and frequently using the epithet, "The South Shall Rise Again!"

In fact, Joe Biden grew up in that hate-filled atmosphere, with a mentor of Democrat Party scion Robert Byrd, who was a Grand Cyclops in the KKK and a recruiter for the KKK. If Joe Biden had been on the Arberry jury, he might well have found the defendants innocent. Robert Byrd would almost certainly have done so.

It's impossible to overstate what's going on - almost a resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) in the Democrat party. You have thousands of blacks being killed in the streets of Chicago, LA, San Francisco, Baltimore, and other cities run by Democrats. Killing blacks is just as much the policy of Democrats today as it was in the last century. That's not true of all Democrats, just as it wasn't true of all Democrats in the last century, but it is true of a large segment of the Democrat party today. And, unfortunately, that segment of the Democrat party is now the loony left that is running the Democrat party, and they appear to want to re-fight the Civil War, in the hope of winning it this time and re-enslaving the blacks.

Kyle Rittenhouse and George Floyd

The evidence was overwhelming that Kyle Rittenhouse had fired only in self defense, and so he was found innocent. So the court system worked correctly.

Derek Chauvin was found guilty last year of murdering George Floyd. So the court system worked correctly.

These are two more examples of how the court and jury system worked correctly, so it makes no sense for the people on the loony left to want to destroy the American court system by packing the Supreme Court and by making every case about racial justice.

CNN commentary

On CNN, the Arberry commentary focused on the dog whistles and racial baiting that we described earlier to get the white people in the jury not to convict.

CNN commentary on the Rittenhouse verdict was apoplectic.

I saw the Jim Acosta show on CNN shortly after the Rittenhouse verdict. Recall that Acosta made a jackass of himself every day during the Trump administration by screaming stupid questions and epithets at Trump during press conferences, but being a jackass only made him a hero to the loony left, and made him a star at CNN.

The contrast between Fox News and CNN was enormous. Analysts on Fox News almost universally said that finding Rittenhouse not guilty was the correct verdict, based on the overwhelming evidence. But they contrasted that to the event, which they said was a tragedy because two people had been killed, and they said that Rittenhouse was not a hero.

But Acosta was unable to distinguish between those two things -- finding innocence and not being a hero. What I've found is that many people in general are unable to do fourth grade math or even second grade math, to the extent of being baffled by fourth grade percentage problems. AOC is a prime example of this, as she showed her stupidity in that issue over the Amazon HQ issue in 2019. AOC is one of the stupidest people in Washington, and the only people who are stupider than she is are her millions of followers in the Democrat party.

It takes a certain grasp of logic to be able to do fourth grade math, and people who can't do fourth grade math should not be expected to distinguish between seeing Rittenhouse as not guilty and Rittenhouse as some kind of hero. Even worse, you have to be really stupid not to understand that a case where a white man shoots three white men is not a racial issue. Acosta is clearly that stupid. CNN attracts commentators who are too stupid to do fourth grade math. From what I've seen, Fox News attracts commentators who are intelligent enough to do fourth grade math.

CNN headquarters is in Atlanta, where the Arberry trial was held. Atlanta is a hotbed of Democrat racists and idiots, which makes it the perfect location for CNN. Nonetheless, the brilliant American jury system, which is the best in the world and in the history of the world, came to the correct verdict.

Loony left comments on the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict

Anyone who watched the Kyle Rittenhouse trial could see that the innocence verdict was justified, but left-wing Democrat politicians and journalists became hysterical, and called for the virtual detruction of the American jury system. Many of the claims made in the following quotes were lies, made by people who knew they were lies, but who didn't care:

Mayor Bill de Blasio: "This verdict is disgusting and it sends a horrible message to this country. Where is the justice in this? We can't let this go. We need stronger laws to stop violent extremism from within our own nation. Now is the time."

Joy Reid, MSNBC: We knew, but it’s sometimes helpful to remind ourselves how America was designed to work. It continues to work as designed. We have learned again what is considered legal for *some* people to do in America. It’s helpful to know where you stand in your country. Be safe out there.

Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes: "Over the last few weeks, many dreaded the outcome we just witnessed. The presumption of innocence until proven guilty is what we should expect from our judicial system, but that standard is not always applied equally. We have seen so many black and brown youth killed, only to be put on trial posthumously, while the innocence of Kyle Rittenhouse was virtually demanded by the judge."

NY Governor Kathy Hochul: "Kyle Rittenhouse used an assault weapon to kill two people. This is not justice. If there was any question about why we need strong gun safety laws, this is your answer. This should never have been allowed to happen in the first place. We have a lot of work to do."

Reverend Al Sharpton: "These continue to be dark days for black people killed at the hands of people that believe our lives do not matter. This verdict was not only outrageous and dangerous, it was also an obvious signal that encourages and notifies "vigilantes" that they can continue to use violence to assert their power, and more importantly that they are above the criminal justice system when they do. While it is disheartening that we take one step forward, then several steps back, let this be a reminder that our activism cannot take a backseat"

Eric Adams, NYC Mayor-elect: "This decision is an indictment of irresponsible laws that make our society far more violent and unsafe under the guise of personal freedom and so called self-defense. It also sends an extremely dangerous message to those in our country who seek agendas of anarchy - often born in prejudice and ignorance - to wreak havoc in their communities and potentially murder their neighbors. We should not be shocked. We should be focused on swift and righteous action."

Jumaane Williams, NYC Public Advocate: "This trial and the verdict it produced are clear and devastating representations of the way our country and our legal system view innocence and guilt, vigilantes and villains, race and the fight against racial injustice. A white seventeen year old killing protesters with a weapon of war is celebrated and acquitted. A black seventeen year old walking the community with a bag of Skittles is criminalized and murdered.

Rep. Jerry Nadler: "This heartbreaking verdict is a miscarriage of justice and sets a dangerous precedent which justifies federal review by DOJ. Justice cannot tolerate armed persons crossing state lines looking for trouble while people engage in First Amendment-protected protest."

Nikole Hannah-Jones, NY Times: "In this country, you can even kill white people and get away with it if those white people are fighting for Black lives. This is the legacy of 1619."

George Takei, former Star Trek actor: "Justice denied is a body blow to our national psyche. On trial was not only a killer, but a system that continues to kill. Today that system defeated true justice, once again. But mark these words: We will never stop fighting for what is right and just."

Darryl Brooks

In the midst of all this, Darryl E. Brooks, a black male in late 30s, killed six people and injured 60 others by running them over intentionally with a car as they marched in the Christmas Parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on Sunday.

Screen shot from video, just before Brooks' red SUV plows into parade marchers
Screen shot from video, just before Brooks' red SUV plows into parade marchers

Brooks had previously been out on bail after pimping out a 16 year old girl who got pregnant, and for attempting to kill the mother of his baby by running her over with his car, and almost succeeding in killing her, and after numerous other felonies, dating back to 1999. He was out on bail because of a "woke" District Attorney who was following "woke" policies of not jailing convicted criminals. Brooks was let out of jail, and he repeated the crime of killing people by running over with this car, this time succeeding spectacularly.

Examination of Darryl Brooks's media posts shows him to be a man filled with hatred for whites and women.

Darryl Brooks tweet: 'The old white ppl ... knock dem TF out!'
Darryl Brooks tweet: 'The old white ppl ... knock dem TF out!'

This reminds me of the e-mail messages found on Hunter Biden's laptop, which showed similar hatred of blacks. Like father, like son.

Not surprisingly, CNN did not mention the Darryl Brooks case.

Lessons learned

The main lesson learned from all of these cases is that the brilliant American jury system works. As everyone points out, there are reforms to be made. In this case, there were many complaints about prosecuters in both the Arberry and Rittenhouse cases. But the American jury system, at its core, is the best for determining guilt or innocense.

Another lesson to be learned is that racial hysteria doesn't always work, and shouldn't work. Race hysteria was raised in all the cases I've mentioned, and in the end, race didn't matter in any of them.

A third lesson to be learned is the importance of video evidence. This is a relatively new development in jury trials, and it fits in well with the American jury system, since it provides a new and very powerful means for juries to assess what happened.

The fourth lesson is that racism and hatred of blacks still runs deep in the Democrat party. Unfortunately, this is evident in the policies of Joe Biden and the Democrat party leadership. This is evident in policies that lead to the deaths of thousands of blacks in Democrat-run cities, and it's also evident in the drive for "Critical Race Theory," whose purpose if to victimize and marginalize blacks, as was done in the last century by the KKK and the Jim Crow Laws.

So we would have to agree that there's a lot of work to be done to cure systemic racism, but that work has to be done almost exclusively within the Democrat party, especially its leadership.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!


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