Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Hillary Clinton is Here to Help

An American city has gone up in flames, consumed by the same predictable negro failure that follows the genetic alien like an invisible cloud. We saw the content of their character: the looting, the violence, the idiocy, the total incompatibility with a civilized nation. None of that is a surprise to anyone who has even the most limited real life experience with the American negro and is willing to be honest about these observations. What is surprising is the silence from our criminal leaders. It's almost as if they're not sure how to go about blaming Whitey for negro violence in a majority negro city with coal black leadership. Fortunately, the lesbian witch sociopath is on the case. The savior of the middle class also has a plan to solve our negro problems. The plan is total and complete surrender.

Hillary Clinton will deliver a major speech on criminal justice reform Wednesday, calling for fundamental changes to how the United States punishes its citizens and an end to a system that disproportionately targets black men.

Does anyone believe this anymore? The negro commits more crime. Therefore, the negro ends up in the "races" justice system more often. This is 2 + 2 = 4 stuff, here, but for our State Religion this is Crime Think. Nope, must be an out of control judiciary targeting gentle giants, good boys turning that life around and the sons Obama might have had if he wasn't a sodomite.

Clinton is scheduled to keynote the 18th Annual David N. Dinkins Leadership and Public Policy Forum at Columbia University Wednesday morning. It will be her most significant policy address since she launched her 2016 presidential bid this month.

You'd think she'd just keep talking about the "middle class" and let America's demographic suicide do all the heavy lifting come election time, but I guess this sick in mind and body dyke didn't want to lose the "craziest solution to the negro problem" contest to Rand Paul.

Clinton will lay out her vision for criminal justice reform, centering around an "end to the era of mass incarceration," according to an aide who provided a preview of her remarks.

In a sane nation we'd be starting the era of mass deportation.

Those changes include addressing probation and drug diversion programs, increasing support for mental health and drug treatment and pursuing alternative punishments for low-level offenders. 

Of course, this is already happening. Let's have a "teen" that murdered a White man for no reason do a book report on why it's wrong to kill the White devil.

She also will call for body cameras for every police department in order to increase transparency and accountability in a way that benefits both officers and members of the public.

More Big Brother should solve everything. Or at least provide lots of morbid entertainment as we'll get to see plenty of incredible footage of the content of their character and the 90 I.Q. zookeepers expected to control the brown mass.

In a December speech to the Massachusetts Conference for Women, Clinton said the country needed to look at "hard truths" about racial injustice in the current system.

Be sure to bring the I.Q. graphs.

What difference does it make?

During a fundraising event in New York City Tuesday, Clinton addressed the tensions in Baltimore, which is still reeling from the death of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man who died after sustaining injuries while in police custody.

And by that we mean much of the city is still burning. 

Still trying to cope with the grief.

“It is heartbreaking,” Clinton said. “The tragic death of another young African-American man. The injuries to police officers. The burning of peoples’ homes and small businesses. We have to restore order and security. But then we have to take a hard look as to what we need to do to reform our system.”

The answer is to start ignoring negro crime while sentencing Whites to 10 years in a gulag for saying the "N" word or throwing a rope over a tree branch. 

While running for president in 2007, Clinton was asked at the Iowa Brown and Black Presidential Forum whether her husband's crime bill was "one of the primary factors behind the rising incarceration rate for blacks and Latinos." Clinton acknowledged that it had contributed.

Must be that bill causing it and not, say, the behavior of the negro and la-teen-oh. It's never the fault of the criminal, ever.

"It’s hard to remember now, but the crime rate in the early 1990s was very high," she added. "But we’ve got to take stock now of the consequences, so that’s why I want to have a thorough review of all of the penalties, of all the kinds of sentencing, and more importantly start having more diversion and having more second chance programs."

And third chances, fourth, fifth...


We need better twenty-first chance programs.

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