Another white family desolated

Here’s another white person, police officer Andrew Widman of Fort Myers, Florida, a father of three, murdered on a whim by one of the innumerable Negro savages whom we allow to roam about at liberty in our society. According to the video linked at this page, Widman, patrolling Fort Myers’ night club district, saw Abel Arango hassling his girlfriend outside a club. The officer intervened, and Arango pulled out a gun and shot Widman in the face, killing him. Officers then chased Abel, he fired at them, and they killed him.

This page has a bunch of links to the story, but none is about the crime itself, mostly they’re about Andrew Widman, the kind of man he was, the impact on his family. So far the only factual source I’ve found on what actually happened is the brief TV news video linked above. But at least it gives the basic facts.

Is it racist, i.e., is it morally wrong, to speak of “Negro savages who are roaming about at liberty in our society”? No. My language is no stronger than that used in America’s most sacred document, the Declaration of Independence, which states that the King of Great Britain

has excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and has endeavored to bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers, the merciless Indian savages, whose known rule of warfare, is undistinguished destruction of all ages, sexes and conditions.

My language, minus the racial reference, is the same kind of tough language used by the heroic and widely admired Joe Clark, the black high school principal in Patterson, New Jersey who called his own very rough charges, all of whom were black or Hispanic, “hoodlums, thugs and pathological deviants,” and carried a bat with him when he patrolled the halls of the school. Indeed, I am acting according to the Kantian categorical imperative, speaking the way I think everyone should speak. If our whole society began to declare plainly that predatory black savages are running loose among us and that this is totally unacceptable, then we would start to do something about it, and many innocent people, white and black, would be saved, and many families, white and black, would not be destroyed. But so long as the reality of this race-specific savagery is daintily covered up, society will remain passive and helpless, absorbing one black murder after another, forever.

Civilization is the opposite of savagery. Therefore part of what defines civilized people is that they oppose savagery and do not tolerate it. And to oppose it, they must speak truthfully about it. So let’s forget about the superficial contemporary “civility” that never calls unpleasant and dangerous things by their proper names, and so allows aliens, enemies, and savages to take over. Instead of practicing such “civility,” let us stand for civilization.

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And let us remember that without black and Hispanic murders, America’s murder rate would be no higher than that of Europe, the continent that American liberals consider their model and exemplar of all good things.

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It turns out that with Abel Arango we have a two-fer, no, a three-fer, no, a four-fer, no, a five-fer: He’s black; he’s Hispanic (from Cuba); he’s a former legal refugee (exemplifying all the people we legally allow into this country whom we shouldn’t); he’s a career criminal with a rap sheet as long as my arm; and he’s illegal alien who was ordered deported from the U.S. in 2000 but either was never deported or was deported and sneaked back in.

Cop killer ordered to be deported in 2000
By WINK News
Jul 20, 2008

FORT MYERS, Fla.—WINK News has learned the man accused of killing Fort Myers Police Officer Andy Wildman was ordered to be deported from the United States. It is a story you first saw on First on

The Fort Myers Police Department is telling WINK News according to thier information Abel Arango was ordered to be deported from the United States.

It is not clear from the information the WINK News has obtained if Arango was actaully deported and then re-entered the United States, or if Arango was never deported.

Arango was a Cuban native. He entered the United States in Miami. Arango was given a “refugee status” in 1991. Nine years later, in 2000, he was ordered to be deported after being convicted of an Aggravated Felony. He appealed his deportation ruling, but the appeal was denied in 2001 and his Order of Deportation was reinstated at that time.

From the information that WINK News received, Arango was released from the Kron Detention Center in Miami in July of 2004.

WINK News has also learned that Arango is a documented gang member by the Collier County Sheriff’s Office.

Arango’s adult criminal history is very extensive including 20 felony charges and two misdemeanor charges. Some of those charges include:

o Armed Robbery
o Carrying a Concealed Weapon
o Cocaine Possession
o Cocaine Sale
o Cocaine Trafficking
o Grand Theft
o Burglary
o Possession of Weapon
o Battery—Domestic Violence
o Criminal Mischief

Posted by Lawrence Auster at July 20, 2008 08:59 PM | Send

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