Monday, May 06, 2013
Zion runs into ignorance, reconsidering the redneck date, and they might be killing more innocent Negroes in Mississippi.
"Don’t you hate it when you encounter a person that is clearly unqualified to hold their position because they don’t know how to make a judgement call because they’re more concerned with the rules than the people? Well, we have a good example for you.
An 8-year-old boy in Philadelphia, Pa., was barred from Shiloh Christian Academy last Wednesday because the principal and pastor at Shiloh, Bishop Derrick Williams, said that his hair was too long and he was breaking the school’s “short hair” policy, according to My Fox Philly.
Little Zion Williams has a skin disease called Alopecia that causes baldness.
He was being treated for the ailment with injections to his head, so the hair growth is necessary … and the whole point of being treated!"
Bishop Williams, with all due respect, you are an idiot.
Speaking of idiots, down at the NRA convention in Houston, they were showing off a special bra for the "gun- loving ladies" out there.
"The NRA wants gun-loving ladies to pack heat in style.
To use the bra gun holster, “simply pull up your shirt with one hand and pull down on your pistol with the other,” a product description on NRA’s website instructs.
The holsters are made by Flashbang and can clip to any bra. They sell for $39.99." [Source]
So you are back home with your redneck lady friend after an evening at the monster truck track and people watching at the local Wal-Mart. And thanks to some quality moonshine you are feeling a little frisky. Then, after a little kissing and hugging, you start reaching for the old girl holders. To your horror, you don't feel the girls. But rather, all of a sudden, bang! Your hands are gone, and your date is ruined.
Now if that's not reason enough to stay away from those NRA folks I don't know what is. (h/t Greg)
Finally, you have to wonder why the good folks of Mississippi would rather put a potentially innocent man to death rather than give him a DNA test that could exonerate him.
"Test the evidence.
That’s what Willie Jerome Manning (pictured) and his legal team have been asking the state of Mississippi to do for the past 10 years, since being sentenced to death in 1994 for killing two White Mississippi State University students.
Jon Steckler‘s and Tiffany Miller‘s bodies were found in Oktibbeha County Dec. 11, 1992.
Both were shot to death.
Miller’s car was missing but was located the next day. Manning was arrested after allegedly trying to sell the victims’ items. The evidence used to convict him was incriminating but not exact.
While hairs from an African-American male were found in Miller’s vehicle, DNA analysis was not sophisticated enough at that time to determine if they actually belonged to Manning.
It didn’t matter.
Manning was convicted for both murders and sentenced to death, even though he maintained his innocence throughout the case.
And after nearly 20 years, Manning is set to be executed on May 7th even with new testing technology that could exonerate him and point to the real killer if he is indeed innocent as he claims.
Amnesty International reports that since 1977, the overwhelming majority of death row inmates have been executed for killing Whites, even though Blacks make up about half of homicide victims. Diann Rust-Tierney, executive director of the National Coalition to Abolish The Death Penalty, told NewsOne that Manning and other people of color are at an extreme disadvantage when they are accused of killing Whites." [Source]
Accused of Killing white folks in Mississippi? Mr. Manning, I hope you made peace with your god.