Headline: ” [Black] Teen mobs harass [white] motorists”
now means a mob of 50 “teens” blocking a Meals on Wheels vehicle and telling the driver that they will “kick your honkey a**”, and then shattering a woman driver’s car window with a heavy object and pointing a gun at her.
Softshoeing black-on-white barbarism seems to play as well in Peoria as in the rest of the country. Here’s the story from the Peoria Journal Star (Note: I see that Paul Kersey has also covered this story today at SBPDL):
Teen mobs harass motorists
In one case, a Meals on Wheels delivery driver threatened; in another, gun brandished and woman’s car window smashed
PEORIA—Two motorists were accosted by groups of teenagers within a few days of each other in an area near the site of a similar incident over the summer that drew national attention.
A group of about 50 young people on West Thrush Avenue near North Sheridan Road in June caused a disturbance by blocking the roadway and, according to one resident but not others, shouting race-related remarks. [LA replies: “Race-related remarks”! Isn’t that just too refined! ]
Comments related to race also were part of one of the incidents last week. [LA replies: So, “I’ll kick your honky a**” is a “comment related to race”! Do you see how the media of the entire country have learned to follow the genteel example of the New York Times when it comes to describing black criminality?]
A Meals on Wheels delivery driver was making his way to a home in the 800 block of West Nowland Avenue about 12:45 p.m. Wednesday when he encountered a group of 15 teens—13 males and two females—walking down the middle of the road.
The group would not yield to the motorist, who followed him until reaching the house where he had to make the meal delivery. As he exited to take the food to the door, he was verbally attacked, according to a report on the incident.
One teen called him “honky,” while another threatened to “kick his white (expletive).”
As the volunteer driver returned to his car to leave, the teens surrounded his car and pounded on it. The vehicle was not damaged, but police noted disturbances to dust on the vehicle, backing up the driver’s story.
A woman driving in the 800 block of West Brons Avenue on Saturday night was the subject of a similar, but much more aggressive confrontation. She encountered a group of more than 40 teens about 10:25 p.m.
The group surrounded the 21-year-old woman’s car and began beating on it with an object that shattered her driver’s side window. One of the boys involved in the attack also pointed a handgun in the direction of a passenger in the car, but didn’t make any threats or attempt to open the door.
When police responded, the group scattered in different directions. No arrests were made.
Both incidents remain under investigation by police. Public information officer Doug Burgess said Monday the incidents do not appear to be organized efforts, but rather the byproduct of unruly circumstances.
“It’s not groups that are getting together to wreak havoc on the community,” Burgess said.
The group Wednesday likely had just left school after District 150 released students early for the day. Police also have fielded reports that the group Saturday night had just left a nearby house party. The large group in June, too, had been at a house party just before that incident.
Matt Buedel can be reached at 686-3154 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maybe someone will write to Matt Buedel at the Journal Star
and ask him on what basis he decided to describe as “harassment” a mob blocking a car and threatening violence against the driver, and then storming another car and smashing the driver’s window and displaying a gun. When did mob violence and intimidation get redefined as “harassment”? Answer: when the mob violence is done by blacks.
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Matthew H. writes:
The reporter deserves a Pulitzer for this sentence: “Public information officer Doug Burgess said Monday the incidents do not appear to be organized efforts, but rather the byproduct of unruly circumstances.”
Posted by Lawrence Auster at October 25, 2011 12:52 PM | Send
What?! What kind of a twisted mind could put together such a locution as that?
(Really, I would have thought it was the people who make up these mobs who were themselves “the byproducts of unruly circumstances.”)
The coded language with which we are now forced to carry out our public discourse is a weird blend of Victorian gentility and Soviet-style self-censorship forming a thin crust over a fathomless abyss of craven denial.