He didn’t have AIDS, was not an immigrant from Nigeria or other shitholes countries, he would never have to go back to his hut in Africa, he was a superior specimen of fine outstanding Proto-Aryan who could be the pride of the American Eugenics Movement; a jewel of European genetics. The young Nordic man behind the attacks was identified as Mark Anthony Conditt, an unemployed 24-year-old who bought bomb-making materials at Home Depot. Another act of domestic terrorism being shoved under the carpet; another white man enjoying his white privilege. Investigators released few details about Conditt, except his age and that he was white.
“This is a fluid investigation and we want the general public to know their safety is our No. 1 priority,” said Frank Ortega, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives acting assistant special agent in charge.
This is also a fluid case of domestic terrorism by another white man. Not one bad word from the tail-wagging media or officials about a POS, SOB, thug, a super predator who forced his utopia on a town of law abiding citizens. Yet, Negroes are still being slaughtered by cops on the streets of America. White supremacy is the new democracy.
But, as a nation, we are too busy slamming Russia for the exact same things the US and Britain have been doing for centuries. As a nation, we are too busy with the lurid details of Trump’s paid encounters with different women he is not married to. Even when we have all the evidence in the world of our foreign policy debacles and the fact that Trump has pretty much slept with all easy available women, except his mom and his daughter Ivanka. And we are not completely sure about the latter.
For these great ends hath Heaven’s supreme command
Brought the black savage from his native land,
Trains for each purpose his barbarian mind,
By slavery tamed, enlightened, and refined;
Instructs him, from a master-race, to draw
Wise modes of polity and forms of law,
Imbues his soul with faith, his heart with love,
Shapes all his life by dictates from above
(William J. Grayson, The Hireling and the Slave, 1855)