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Trial in Boy’s Gruesome Murder Receives Little Notice

August 16, 2013



FROM this post at the Council of Conservative Citizens:

The trial is underway right now for Mona Yevette Nelson. She is a black woman who allegedly kidnapped a white child and tortured him to death with a blowtorch in Houston. There has never been any serious media coverage of this case.

The trial started this week, and it has only registered a tiny blip in the local news. Only one local media affiliate, KTRK Houston Channel 13, even appears to be covering the trial. Other Houston media outlets only published tiny blurbs that the trial has started, but none of them even mentioned how the boy died.

If the races had been reversed, this would be the biggest media event in the Western world. People in Finland would be hearing about the “racially motivated torture murder” in every gruesome detail. Scores of media vans would be lined up and down the street in front of the courthouse.

If you follow this website, you know that hundreds of media outlets now openly admit to having a policy of censoring black crime. The media bosses no longer deny that they manipulate the news to promote a political agenda. They are desperate to keep this crime a secret. It has received about one millionth of one percent of the coverage that Trayvon Martin received. If you think America should know what happened to Jonathon Foster on Christmas Eve 2010, then you need to help us get the word out.

By the way, Foster had been left alone at home while his mother was at work when he disappeared. And his family life was apparently chaotic.

— Comments —

Buck writes:

As Dean Ericson said so well here: “We bring it on ourselves by moral confusion and cowardice. We conceded too much, compromised where we should not have, and now they are ruthless in using our confession of “sin” as a club to pound us into dust. They’ll keep on pounding until we get up and refuse to take it any more.”

The truth is, as it has been for decades, that the “until” doesn’t even reach the level of a caveat or a weak threat. It’s an intellectual phantom. The possibility of “us” refusing to take it any more is gone, except perhaps, as random unlawful acts by individuals willing to sacrifice themselves and their loved ones on principle in a lost cause unconnected to any actual modern movement determined to save our former nation. The “until” is long dead and gone, as is clear, once again, by the pathetic and suicidal nature of “our” handling of the Mona Nelson prosecution. We are a people so obsessed with the primacy and rule of man’s law that this abhorrent cretin, after being allowed to plead guilty to avoid the death penalty, will be tried for weeks in a court of law. What possible service or value to civilization will this trial provide? To make most of us feel good about ourselves? If the deal with the devil is that she live after she has committed this unspeakable evil, then why not at least, simply lock her up and throw away the key? Isn’t that what our betters screamed out for George Zimmerman?

We are all dead men walking. Every element of this story; the worthless savage killer, the boy’s worthless drug-addled mother, the justice system “white-gloving” this “prosecution,” and the media’s studied refusal to headline it – it is all the direct and certain result of the power and authority of modern liberalism.

“Until” we revolt en masse against modern liberalism – challenging every element of it at every instance, every day “until” it stops, nothing is going to change. Nothing is going to change.

Paul writes:

Readers should not despair over this demonic incident.  It is true those in the media out for money such as Nancy Grace won’t touch this trial because they are out for the money.  Grace is paid money by a liberal corporation that is uninterested in black-on-white crime.  In light of the false demonism exhibited by media hacks such as Grace (e.g., the George Zimmerman trial and the Duke lacrosse trial), we should not be surprised by the lack of horror over the demonic.

To combat the demonic attack on our traditional culture, older men (and women) will remain devoted to their culture and use their remaining energy to guide, whether by story, vote, or action.  They are the cornerstones of the military divisions.  The English director Ken Annakin, who served in WWII, stopped the camera’s motion to distinguish the grim devotion of middle-aged men from the necessary but blind, proudful devotion of the youths at his side.

To see it in action, here it is.

Later in the movie video, the director used an old man without warring ambition remaining to show that mistakes are made by caring but ambitious leaders.  Today our ambitious leaders would cower when confronted with this video or questions about precious Jonathon.  This cowering is why older men and women must help to guide us all in the old ways.

This is the same director that made the delightful Disney hit movie Swiss Family Robinson (1960). He was as far from demonic as any true Westerner.

Buck writes:

I don’t know what Paul means by juxtaposing corporate news media’s money motive (not their modern liberal bias) to our grimly devoted older generations fruitless story telling and pointless voting, and as “the cornerstones of the military divisions”. A scene from a 1965 war movie that depicts an imaginary event – an intensely patriot German Panzer unit breaking out in song in 1944 – as part of a force that inflicted the deadliest and bloodiest casualties on Americans in all of WWII. What does this mean to us, to our current reality? The old guy sings along, doesn’t he? Just like us.


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