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Riley and James on the Dindu News

Billboard claims ‘black people are being pushed out of Detroit’

-BLAC Detroit

So, where do they go? To their deaths? Probably not, but then again...cast into the world of the Nomads or not we all fall.

Riley, surprise, the Dindus did not read the small print on their Whitey hunting license, that when working whites are driven from the city, that rich whites will buy up the cheap real estate and claim the city center for their Garden of Reason. I'm sure this has something to do with the developer who has been building housing for his employees in the revitalizing business district, the name of which slips my mind. Perhaps Well Read Ed will fill us in on the particulars.


Darkness Is Scheduled, Civil Order Will Be Upended:

"Military Plans to Take Over America"

And then there is this view. I am tickled to be old these days. Should you be @ the Tulsa Gun Show this Spring, be sure to stop by the table.

Riley, when the Maryland National Guard came into Baltimore City to rescue the police in 2015, they had such an easy time with the mob. They would drive a hummer into the crowd, snatch a dude up and he was gone wherever.

I believe that the scenario described in the article will come to pass, but would add that cops will have turned into hunter-robber-looter-home-invasion teams. While the military is making Dindu pens in places like Baltimore, Detroit, the cops, who basically have a very slim function now, will be used as goon squads to abduct political enemies, bloggers, etc., especially in the suburbs. This will be especially so in case of economic collapse. Good times ahead, Riley!

In case of a crack down on media—which means shutting down bloggers too—I plan on just doing monthly book journals via Amazon, kindle and print.


Under the God of Things

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Sam J.August 3, 2017 4:32 AM UTC

In reality they don't have to fight in cities at all. Surround them and refuse anything to go in. Those inside will starve in a few weeks.
Sam J.August 3, 2017 4:29 AM UTC

The Goddamn Groids are like locust except they eat houses instead of crops.
mFebruary 28, 2017 10:14 PM UTC

When i looked into real estate out there a realtor told me that most section 8 housing was spreading into the close older suburbs since the city low end housing stock was in serious decline Also that alot of the section 8 people really wanted out of the city.
responds:March 1, 2017 8:45 AM UTC

This is exactly what is happening in southern Baltimore County, which has very similar brick row home architecture.