White men sure have a lot of opinions
The chief groundskeeper of Blaska Policy Werkes blames his parents. Neither one endowed their son with sufficient melanin to speak with any authority on the Race Wars progressives have inflicted upon Madison WI and our (“It was never”) great nation. Worse, the paterfamilias would vow that “nobody tells me what to think.”
We cisgendered, older white males ask no sympathy. Time to take the reins from Washington, Hamilton, Madison, Lincoln, and Eisenhower and hand them over to BLM/Progressive Dane/Freedom Inc. They’ve done wonders for Portland, Seattle, Downtown Madison, and the plywood industry.
But despair not, white people. There’s a Facebook site for you: Allies for Black Lives.
“We are thus far a group of non-Black allies who are compelled to respond urgently to the call to support the fight for Black lives. By following the lead of those most impacted by racism, capitalism, and state violence we will win!”
When you are compelled, you’re compelled. The non-Black Allies are hot and bothered that the pick-up truck driver who hit the young Black woman, Alize Carter, June 21 at University Avenue and Frances Street remains “free on $350 bail while Yeshua Musa faces 40 years.”
Blaska pointed out 100+ folks were in the middle of the roadway after bar time, that some were jumping on his pickup bed, another was “twerking” in front of him. One of his passengers yelled after spotting a gun and he got out of there fast as he could. (He has three witnesses.) His mistake was not immediately going to the police. (Although he did so voluntarily 8 hours later).
Devonere Johnson (alias Yesha Musa) on the other hand, walked into several establishments with a bullhorn and a baseball bat, demanding money, food and beer. Add to the fact that he is a convicted felon who resisted arrest. Devonere Johnson hijacked the civil rights movements for his own aggrandizement. (“More charges filed against Madison extortionists.“)
Allies for Black Lives Madison responded:
One ran over a human being because he is scared of Black people; the other yelled some things while protesting the systemic racism that is killing people who look like him. Get your head outta the sand, DB.
Blaska retorted: No, afraid of a gun drawn in his direction. That’s coming out. The other “yelled some things”? (Is that like “Some people did some things” on 9/11?) Through a bullhorn. Things like “Venmo me the money” to his personal account. With a baseball bat on the other shoulder. With the threat that BLM would torch the place if the victim didn’t comply. And Devonere A. Johnson is your hero! Not Rep. John Lewis or Herman Cain. But a cheap hustler gaming gullible progressives by riding on the coattails of real heroes and monetizing your white guilt.
Allies for Black Lives (A4BL) Madison responded:
Thank you for highlighting the white supremacy and racial framing that exists in our media’s language and reporting, today. Our hope here at A4BL is that one day unbiased reporting, free from the conditioning of white supremic [sic] patriarchal capitalism, will be possible.
At this point, one Alexandria Kjell jumped in:
White men have a lot of opinions on a lot of things they don’t understand. Do the world a favor and be quiet. Read something.
Odd, because it is Alexandria’s opinion that the truck driver is a racist, not a fact. There’s more information in today’s WI State Journal, possibly written by a cisgendered white man.
“Several men began to punch [the driver] through his open window, and started grabbing for his keys and steering wheel.” They tried to pull him out. … The driver then saw a man in the crowd about 8 feet away “lift his shirt and reach for what looked like a 9 mm handgun in his waistband,” at which point, he accelerated south on Frances and hit the woman.
BLM shutting down Stoughton Road this afternoon
Kweeks Draw Satya McGraw — No one is quicker on the draw than the mayor of Madison. The day after the June 21 incident at Frances and University, Satya Rhodes-Conway (Progressive Dane) issued a formal statement suggesting it was a hate crime.
Blaska’s Bottom Line: The irony is that it was BLM who endangered Alize Carter’s life — in addition to the four occupants of the pickup truck. Opinion, but based on fact.