• Three separate “racial rampages” have many white Americans on edge that a race war is in full swing.
By Dave Gahary —
This newspaper’s been telling its readers for a while now that race wars are coming to a neighborhood near you, and we were, sadly, right.
In a troubling sign predicted by some in the patriot movement, the beginnings of a violent race war have begun to erupt across this once-great nation, as several black military veterans went on racial rampages in July, randomly targeting white citizens and police as payback for what they reportedly perceive as white police violence against blacks.
The racial rampage began in Bristol, Tennessee on July 7, when Lakeem Keon Scott, a black 37-year-old United States Army veteran armed with an assault rifle, a pistol and a large amount of ammunition, began firing randomly at vehicles on the roadway. Sadly, one of his bullets found the head of newspaper carrier Jennifer Rooney, a 44-year-old mother of two, who was on her way to pick up papers for her morning delivery.
“Everything was good about Jennifer,” said Rooney’s husband. “She was a wonderful mother and wonderful wife. She was a big-hearted person who gave 110% to everyone—especially the children.”
Scott was motivated to slaughter whites in response to so-called white police “violence” against blacks, and the story received almost no mainstream media coverage, and was completely overshadowed by the black slaughter of whites that occurred in Dallas, Texas a few hours later.
Micah Xavier Johnson, 25, went on a mindless racial rampage in Dallas in the evening hours of July 7, when certain members of the Dallas Police Department were assigned to ensure the peace at a Black Lives Matter rally organized to protest the deaths of two career-criminal black men in Louisiana and Minnesota.
Four white police officers were gunned down in cold blood, as well as one member of the Dallas Area Rapid Transit squad. Those murdered were a former Army Ranger, a former Marine, and a former Navy sailor. It was the deadliest single incident for law enforcement officers since the 9/11 false-flag terrorist attacks.
Long, a black male from Kansas City, Missouri, was also a former military member. CBS News reported that “according to a military source, Long left the Marines in 2010 with an honorable discharge. His final Marine rank was E-5 (sergeant).”
The Daily Caller reported that videos on Long’s YouTube account show he was a former Nation of Islam member and he railed against “crackers,” as well as alluding to Alton Sterling, the black man killed by Baton Rouge police on July 5.
Although most attacks perpetrated by military veterans who have targeted civilians have been committed by whites, they have not been directed against one race in particular. This latest racial rampage was done by black U.S. Armed Forces veterans who made no bones about their desire to murder whites.
Some in the patriotic community fear that this phenomenon, where blacks are trained to kill in the U.S. military for the eventual purpose of reining in the majority white population, who are generally pro-American, seems to have been given more credence from these recent events.
Particularly disturbing is the fact that Johnson sympathized and associated with black militant organizations. He visited the websites of the New Black Panther Party, the Nation of Islam and the African American Defense League, whose leader calls for the murders of police officers across the U.S.
U.S. law enforcement should have been, in the eyes of many informed observers, aware of Johnson’s radical leanings, and placed him on their radar. Unfortunately, there is no evidence to indicate that Johnson was being monitored by any law enforcement agencies, specifically the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI), who has spent an enormous amount of resources—financed by the hapless U.S. taxpayer, of course—hunting down mythical “white gangs.” In fact, gangs made up of whites are virtually non-existent in this country; gangs are almost completely comprised of blacks and Hispanics.
One has to question the leadership of the FBI, whose head disappointed tens of millions of law-abiding Americans who watched and listened to the news conference where the director of the nation’s top law enforcement agency announced his office would not be pursuing charges against Hillary Clinton, who clearly violated several federal laws associated with her use of private email when she served as U.S. Secretary of State in the Obama administration.
“Although there is evidence of potential violations of the statutes regarding the handling of classified information, our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case,” said James B. Comey, Jr., the seventh director of the FBI, in prepared remarks for a July 5 press briefing.
Dave Gahary, a former submariner in the U.S. Navy, is the host of AFP’s ‘Underground Interview’ series. He prevailed in a suit brought by the New York Stock Exchange in an attempt to silence him.