Monday, July 24, 2017

Philadelphia Police Data Confirms: 96.6% of Nonfatal Gun Violence in 2016 Committed by Nonwhites

For the past few years, SBPDL has been one of the few sites (and the originator) of publicizing the data the Philadelphia Police Department makes available for all to see that so few dare view... strangely, the Philadelphia Inquirer and local news networks in Philly only showcase information pertaining to racial information of the murder victims.

This leaves an incomplete picture of homicide, because it's vital to know who is collectively responsible for perpetrating the homicides in a city if you want to pass legislation actually making the city safer for productive citizens and long-term growth/viability. 

Well, our friends in Philadelphia just recently released the 2016 data (though they left out, curiously, the data for homicide suspects by race). 

According to the 2010 US Census, blacks are 43 percent of the population of Philadelphia, while whites make up roughly 36 percent of the population. "Hispanics" (Amerindians) make up roughly 12 percent of the population.

The one beautiful fact of the Philadelphia Police Department data is they break out the racial stats of both victim and suspect for homicides and nonfatal shootings without lumping Amerindians in with whites.

Let's get to the numbers!

There were 277 homicides in Philadelphia in 2016:

  • 78.3 percent of the victims were black
  • 14.4 percent of the victims were Hispanic 
  • 6 percent of the victims were white
There were 1,279 nonfatal shooting victims in Philadelphia in 2016: 
  • 82.2 percent of the victims were black
  • 12.3 percent of the victims were Hispanic
  • 4 percent of the victims were white
Curiously, this year's version leaves out the race of the suspects for 2016 homicides in Philadelphia. Here's the data for 2015 Philadelphia. Here's the data broken down for 2014

Of known suspects, the race of the offenders in the 2015 nonfatal shootings in Philadelphia (representing only 333 of the 1279 cases): 
  • 80.3 percent of the suspects were black
  • 15.2 percent of the suspects were Hispanic
  • 3 percent of the suspects were white
To summarize: 96.6 percent of known nonfatal shooting suspects/offenders in 2016 Philadelphia were non-white (the number would be higher if the black community would "snitch"). Roughly 74 percent of nonfatal shooting cases in Philadelphia went unsolved in 2016

The "no snitching" culture runs deep in black/brown Philadelphia, keeping violent black/brown people on the streets to prey on the law-abiding and artificially keep down the already high black/brown crime rates as identified by yearly released Philadelphia Police Department Murder/Shooting Analysis (because almost all of the white crime is domestic disputes easily solved - whose offender is not protected by community members - by detectives). 

Gun crime has a color. It isn't white. 

Sunday, July 23, 2017

In 88% White Kentucky, Mayors of Louisville and Lexington Unite to Try and Convince Blacks to Stop Killing Each Other

An 88 percent white state. 

Kentucky is perhaps the most beautiful state in the country. 

An 8 percent black state. 
In 88 percent white/8 percent black Kentucky, the black population is committing almost all of the violent crime...

Kentucky, though it is perhaps the most beautiful state in the country, has a black crime problem. 

In 22 percent black Louisville and in 14 percent black Lexington. [More guns, younger victims: Lexington murders hit 15-year high,, January 3, 2017]

So what do you do when black people, a mere 8 percent of the population of state, are perpetrators of virtually all the violent crime in 88 percent white Kentucky?

Pretend black males are the great asset in Kentucky. [Program aims to help violence-impacted young black men in Kentucky’s 2 largest cities,, July 21, 2017]:
 In an effort to curb violence in Kentucky's two largest cities, young African-American men already set back by community violence will be part of a pilot program designed to “create more pathways for success.” 
The mayors of Louisville and Lexington announced on Thursday a $5 million grant over three years from the William R. Kenan, Jr., Charitable Trust. The award will be coordinated by Cities United and aimed at young men between the ages of 16 to 25 who have been impacted by community violence. 
“There is an urgent need to create more pathways for success for young men of color in Louisville and Lexington,” said Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer.  “There are particular challenges black Americans face as a result of the history of our country … a history of exclusion.” 
Fischer chooses to look forward.  “We can’t be responsible for our history, but we can be responsible for today and for the future.” 
Twenty young men in each city will be chosen for fellowships each year, according to Cities United.  They will include opportunities for education, jobs and careers, combined with leadership development and mentoring support and be provided with housing and a monetary stipend. 
“Sometimes, all a young person needs is someone to provide a little help, a little re-direction and guidance,” said Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, who thanked the Trust and Cities United on the campus of Kentucky State University.  ”Thanks to them, help is on the way.” 
He called it a great day for both cities.  “We can’t afford to lose the unlimited potential of our young black men,” Gray said. “We need their contributions to our economy, to our community and to families.  That’s why the funding we’re announcing today is so important.” 
Both Louisville and Lexington have seen a huge spike in homicides this year, many of which have young people as the perpetrator, victim, or both.  This is the latest effort by officials to reduce that number. 
The first fellowship class will begin in July, 2018.  Between now and then, non-profit agencies in both cities will choose the participants in this pilot program, according to Cities United Executive Director Anthony Smith.  
“The closest thing to it is a program underway in Richmond, California,” Smith said.  “There has been a reduction in shootings and homicides over the last three years.” 
Smith said the hope is to expand the Louisville and Lexington models to other cities across the country.
Our founding fathers, and most white people in positions of power prior to World War II, considered the black population inhabiting the USA our greatest liability; since the end of WWII, the state (not to mention corporate America, Hollywood, and academia) has mandated - virtually at the point of the bayonet - we believe the black population in the USA is our greatest asset.

As you can see in Kentucky, an 88 percent white state - whose 8 percent black population is responsible for virtually all violent crime committed in the commonwealth - this state-mandated belief in black supremacy will literally kill western civilization.



We are forced to believe blacks are our greatest asset (burdened with a "history of exclusion"... because white people long ago realized the burden they represented that has somehow been retconned into unlimited, untapped potential), so lets completely abandon all other goals and aspirations, dedicating all  our resources into uplifting a demographic responsible for dragging down the quality in Kentucky's two most important cities.
WDRB 41 Louisville News

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Life in 90% Black Jackson, MS: New Black Power Mayor Promises it will be "Most Radical City on the Planet"

Imagine the worst city in America.

Before you do, envision every great white American from pre-World War II who warned what would happen if what has happened in nearly 90 percent black Jackson, Mississippi transpired. 

We've explored Jackson before, a city without a movie theater and yet the capital of the state of Mississippi. 

New Afrika

The fears of men like Thomas Jefferson, John Jay, and all those who participated in the peaceful solution expounded by the American Colonization Society (ACS) knew the world of 2017 Jackson, Mississippi would be born when white people were supplanted. 

Africa in America. 

It's a dystopia where black lives don't matter, even though primarily black people are the only individuals living in Jackson. 

[Mayor-elect Lumumba: Jackson 'to be the most radical city on the planet', Jackson Clarion-Ledger, June 12, 2017]:

Mayor-elect Chokwe Antar Lumumba talked about making Jackson "the most radical city on the planet" Friday at the People's Summit in Chicago.
The word "radical" is not unfamiliar to the 34-year-old attorney and son of late-Mayor Chokwe Lumumba, whose agenda, which he has adopted, is built on economic democracy.
The mayor-elect talked about that very term — the misconceptions and truths tied to it — with The Clarion-Ledger editorial board in April before the primary. 
"Chokwe Lumumba is a pretty tough name. And people don't know what that means," he said lightly. "I'm confronted with people, 'He's Muslim! He's this!' Not to disparage anyone's faith, but I'm Christian. Lumumba is a Christian African name. There are things that people are concerned about based on the history of when my father was here in the 70s. Guess who was not here in the 70s? I wasn't thought of at that time. And it was a different time. We can all agree that people on both sides of some of the friction can admit that things should have been taken care of in a different fashion. That has no reflection on who Chokwe Antar Lumumba is."
A young Lumumba Sr. came to Jackson in the 1970s alongside the Republic of New Afrika with goals of creating a separate nation through black liberation and self-determination. The history evokes a particular scene in which Jackson police officers, tear gas and a tank in tow, attempted to raid a house where RNA members lived, prompting a shootout. Lt. William Louis Skinner was killed. Lumumba Sr. was not at the house. He eventually helped found the New Afrika People's Organization, from which grew the Malcolm X Grassroots movement. The mayor-elect is a "proud member" of MXGM.
"I'm not trying to push people away from anything. I'm passionate because I'm passionate about people's lives. I believe in human rights for human beings," Lumumba told The Clarion-Ledger board. "l'm critiqued for things just because of my background that if you think about it really intently, you would find that it's nothing that pushes anybody away. When I say 'People's Assemblies,' or I say 'we want to put people before politics,' I've had people ask me, 'Well, who are the people?' Well, if you're living, breathing, need water and food like I do, then I'm talking about you."
"I believe that's what people should understand about me, that I'm an inclusive person," Lumumba continued. "Beyond that, I'm not afraid of the term 'radical.' I'll embrace the term radical. Because when I look in history and I see all the people who have been called radicals — Martin Luther King was called a radical. Jesus Christ was called a radical. I believe that a radical is someone who cares enough about circumstances that they want to see a change, and if you look outside of these walls, and you see a need for a change in this community, in this city, then we all need to be prepared to be as radical as the circumstances dictate we should be."

Nearly 90 percent black Jackson, Mississippi is now led by a devout black nationalist, intent on creating a New Afrika in America.

But remember: this population is incapable of collectively creating the conditions where a movie theater can stay operational.

The community individual blacks have helped collectively create in close to 90 percent black Jackson truly is Africa in America.

Every stereotype white America has of blacks is on display in Jackson, Mississippi, a city replete with racial realities long ago established as truth in America, but now blamed on white supremacy/white privilege/systemic racism/implicit bias.

Hard to be the "most radical city on the planet" when the citizens lack the social capital (and purchasing power) to keep alive a movie theater...

Friday, July 21, 2017

Between 2009-2016, Taxpayers Shelled Out $447 million to Pay Medical Bills for Almost Entirely Nonwhite Victims of Nonwhite Gun crime in Chicago

The 2nd Amendment was never intended to protect the right of nonwhites to "keep and bear arms."

A simple consultation of the Naturalization Act of 1790 will make quite clear who the founding fathers intended to be citizens of the United States and just whom the Bill of Rights protected. 

Which brings us to the dystopia of 2017 Chicago. Second City Confidential: The Black Experience in Chicago tells the story of the black contribution to Chicago, but a shocking new study of the cost of almost exclusively black (and brown) gun violence in the city shows just why we need to revert back to the founding fathers original intentions of both citizenships and who was covered by the Bill of Rights. 
Realistically, outlaw nonwhites from private firearm ownership (as founding fathers intended) and make the punishment for nonwhites possessing an illegally obtained firearm life in jail or worse

Taxpayers (largely white taxpayers) shelled out "$447 million to treat some 12,000 documented victims of gun violence in the city [almost all black or brown people] between 2009 and mid-2016." [The bill for treating a gunshot wound: $21,000 for the first 35 minutes, Chicago Tribune, July 21, 2017]:

The charges started racking up the moment Annette Johnson arrived at Mount Sinai Hospital with a gunshot wound to her left forearm. 
Doctors sliced open Johnson's arm and installed a $500 metal plate to shore up her shattered ulna, securing it with numerous bone screws that cost $246 apiece. There were morphine drips to quell pain, tetanus shots to prevent infection, blood screens and anesthesia. 
For both Johnson and Leyva, just two of the thousands of gunshot victims in Chicago every year, the first hours and days of their hospital treatment were only the start of what would be costly recoveries that continue to this day. 
Still, the bills for their initial treatment were staggering. In his first 35 minutes at the hospital, Leyva had racked up $21,521 in charges, and by the time he was released three weeks later the bill totaled more than $157,000. For Johnson, who spent barely 24 hours at Mount Sinai, the hospital charges approached $27,000. 
An unprecedented analysis of state data by the Tribune reveals that the initial medical costs for treating Chicago gunshot victims like Johnson and Leyva add up to tens of millions of dollars each year. And those costs are rising. 
The data — obtained by the Tribune after months of negotiation with public officials — show that Chicago-area hospitals billed more than $447 million to treat some 12,000 documented victims of gun violence in the city between 2009 and mid-2016. 
And even that figure represents just a fraction of the total billed. While the hospitals charge for room and board as well as equipment and drugs, the surgeons, anesthesiologists and other medical professionals who treat gunshot victims in emergency rooms across the city typically bill separately. 
The data show that the victims who bear the physical and emotional scars of being shot live mostly in economically depressed and racially segregated neighborhoods. 
But the financial burden of caring for survivors of gunshot wounds extends well beyond neighborhood boundaries, according to the Tribune analysis. 
In fact, patients who live in poverty and are insured through the publicly funded Medicaidand Medicare programs account for nearly half of the costs analyzed by the Tribune. 
Dr. Amir Vafa, chief of trauma surgery and critical care at Mount Sinai, said the violence has ripple effects that touch on every aspect of the city in some way regardless of where it happens. 
"It is not a 'me' or a 'you.' It's an 'us,'" Vafa said in an interview at the hospital, which serves largely black and Hispanic neighborhoods on the city's West Side. "We are all in this together. The reality is the entire fabric of society is connected, right? Nobody lives in an absolute bubble." 
Taxpayers' burden 
Putting an accurate price tag on what it costs to treat all victims of gun violence in Chicago is nearly impossible. Hospitals aren't required to note whether they've treated victims of firearm assaults, and the powerful gun lobby has successfully stifled research on gun violence at the federal level. Privacy laws also limit the types of data that the government is willing to release. 
The data released to the Tribune represent more than 11,800 patient visits involving gunshot victims in Chicago, only an estimated two-thirds of the known shooting victims during the 7 1/2-year time frame studied. 
The figures also don't reflect the amount ultimately paid by patients or taxpayers — a fraction of what the hospitals billed.  
Private insurance companies negotiate payments based on treatment, and patients who pay out-of-pocket or have no insurance also can negotiate. Medicaid and Medicare pay using a set fee schedule for procedures and hospital stays. 
All together, the Tribune conservatively estimated that hospitals typically get paid about 30 percent of what they bill. 
The data indicate that charges from area hospitals rose significantly over the 7 1/2-year span. 
Hospital charges in 2009 for patients admitted in Chicago totaled $41.6 million. In 2015, the last complete year of data, hospital charges added up to a combined $62 million. Many categories of charges contributed to that increase, including charges for operating rooms and anesthesiology, both of which more than doubled. 
Back in 2009, gunshot inpatients in Chicago averaged about $57,963 in charges for their hospital stay. Through the first half of last year, inpatients racked up $93,647 on average in hospital charges. 
Illinois' hospital charging data also indicate that inpatient stays grew longer, most likely a factor in the escalating charges. 
For each year since 2009, the average length of stay in a Chicago hospital for victims of a firearm assault hovered at about a week. For similar inpatients treated in the first half of 2016, the length of stay grew to more than nine days on average. 
The breakdown in the types of insurance used by hospital inpatients makes clear that the financial burden of the medical costs associated with gun violence often falls on taxpayers, not the victims. 
Nearly half of the amount for treating inpatients after a firearm assault was billed to taxpayer-funded Medicaid and, less often, Medicare. Less than one-quarter of inpatients were insured through commercial insurance or HMOs, and others either were self-pay or insured in some other way. 
The data are further confirmation of how skewed gun violence is along racial and socio-economic lines. Nearly two-thirds of the hospital inpatients treated for injuries suffered as a result of firearm assault were black males ages 15 to 44, the data showed.
Sorry Chicago Tribune, but the data doesn't "show that the victims who bear the physical and emotional scars of being shot live mostly in economically depressed and racially segregated neighborhoods."

It shows gun violence is almost exclusively committed in areas devoid of white people, and that in areas devoid of nonwhites, there is almost no gun violence. 

And yet, taxpayers (largely white taxpayers) shelled out "$447 million to treat some 12,000 documented victims of gun violence in the city [almost all black or brown people] between 2009 and mid-2016."

$447 million would pay for significant infrastructure improvements to the city of Chicago (making it a more attractive place for middle-class families), instead of being allocated to pay for the medical costs of nonwhites inability to stop shooting one another... all mind you, in the absence of white people.

This is just one city, a micro look at where nonwhite gun violence and the costs to medically care for nonfatal gunshot victims (as in Chicago, these are almost axiomatically nonwhite), are reaching fiduciary insanity.

Memphis, Baltimore, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Atlanta, New Orleans, Detroit, Milwaukee... we are talking in the billions each year of taxpayer money misappropriated to pay for the folly of 2nd Amendment rights being extended to nonwhites.

Never mind many of these nonfatal shooting incidents in Chicago involve an illegal obtained gun - only showing how superfluous strict gun laws are in stopping the proliferation of firearms by criminals - because our founding fathers were quite explicit upon who 2nd Amendment rights protected.

Just consult the Naturalization Act of 1790.

In the meantime, keep paying your taxes: medical bills for nonwhite victims of nonwhite, nonfatal gun crime are piling up, up and up!