Saturday, March 03, 2018

Newest Nation of Islam Murder

By Nicholas Stix
Thursday, March 30, 2017

Was murder victim Corrina Mehiel herself a war criminal?

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix
Updated at 5:39 p.m., on Friday, March 31, 2017 WEJBNicholas Stix, Uncensored

Thanks to my friend and partner-in-crime, David in TN, who remarks,

P.S. The killer was apparently a NOI member, who “converted in prison.”
“Awful, said Rafer Hoxsworth. ‘I wonder if the suspect would have spared her had he known how hard she fought for social justice during her life.’”

Apparently, one of the meanings of “social justice” is supporting the wanton slaughter of non-communist whites.

Note that “Hoxsworth,” a pseudonym, would not speak of the killer, without euphemism, referring to him instead as “the suspect.”

A “suspect” is someone believed to be a killer, and/or someone who has been arrested for a killing, and who still formally enjoys the presumption of innocence. However, the person who killed Corrina Mehiel is not “the suspect,” he’s the murderer!


Above and below, purported pictures of the murder suspect now in custody, whose actual identity remains unknown, who has gone by “El Hadji Alpha Madiou Toure,” “Elie Brown,” and many other aliases: Was he just engaging in poetic justice? (I realize that they look like two different mopes; that's why I said "purported." Look, we don't even know this mope's real name!)



[Of related interest, at WEJB/NSU:

“The List: Whites Slaughtered, or Grievously Wounded by the Nation of Islam in California”;

“Breaking News: Another Nation of Islam “Zebra” Murderer Dies in Prison”;

“How the San Francisco Chronicle Lied about the Nation of Islam’s Zebra Murders”;

“The Nation of Islam’s Blood Brothers 1963-1964 Serial Killings of Whites in Harlem (Alan Stang)”;

“The Zebra Murders: The First Victims?”;

“Lest We Forget: Remembering the Zebra Victims”;

“Domestic Terrorism: The Nation of Islam and the Zebra Murders”;

“Seven Blacks Seized in 'Zebra' Murders”;

“The Nation of Islam's Sacramento Murders”;

“The Nation of Islam's Sacramento Murders, Part II”;

“The Nation of Islam's Sacramento Murders, Part III”;

“Larry Pratt: Picture of a Genocidal Racist and Future Murderer”;

“Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam Mosque Ambush Murder of White NYPD Cop Philip Cardillo is in the News Again, as Racist Black CB 10 Chairwoman”; and

“The Oklahoma City Nation of Islam Murders.”]


White Social Justice Warrior Dies at Hands of Black Killer
By Colin Flaherty
March 30, 2017
American Thinker

Nobody had to tell Corrina Mehiel about the white privilege that killed her. It was a major focus of her life as a white Social Justice Warrior disguised as an artist.

Earlier this month, that work took her to George Washington University in the nation’s capital. There she was part of a project drawing attention to one feature of white privilege or another.

This time, lead paint in old houses occupied predominantly by black people.

Just a few days after she was photographed with Nancy Pelosi grinning in approval, friends found Mehiel tied up, stabbed, tortured, and ultimately dead at the hands of El Hadji Alpha Madiou Toure, a black man arrested driving her car and using her debit card.

He said he didn’t do it.

Even the newest practitioner of Critical Race Theory learns that the expectation of safety is a white thing: Black people don’t have it. So why should white people think they deserve it?

That is what activists by the score told Tracey Halvorsen, in response to her article titled “Baltimore, You Are Breaking My Heart,” detailing the day to day black on white harassment, threats, violence and murder in her gentrified Baltimore neighborhood. All detailed in that scintillating best seller Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry.

None of that mattered to Mehiel or the reporters who praised her racial activism even as they ignored the bitter irony of her death.

Mehiel was white and down with the cause, so Mehiel thought the cause was down with her. So did her friends. A fatal mistake:

“Awful,” said Rafer Hoxsworth. “I wonder if the suspect would have spared her had he known how hard she fought for social justice during her life.”

She is hardly the first preacher of the gospel of relentless black victimization to die at the hands of black people whom they sought to protect from relentless white racist violence.

In Oakland, David Ruenzel, a white writer for the Southern Poverty Law Center who was among the first to write about that thing called White Privilege, met a similar fate in an Oakland park – documented on these pages.

Then there was the Baltimore t-shirt vendor for Black Lives Matter, robbed, beaten, but still alive. And the old white dude who was trying to convince a group of Black Lives Protesters in Berkeley not to loot the Radio Shack. They hit him on the head with a hammer for his trouble. He lived too.

This is a long list.

Most white allies know enough to do their virtue display a safe distance from the black predators they seek to shelter and exonerate.

But not Mehiel.

Her Facebook page and blog are full of anger toward the white racism that she was convinced was causing so much violence towards innocent black people:

“This year has been exciting and terrifying. So many tragedies inflicted on the full spectrum of non-white males in my country.

“I have spent many days trying to understand this moment in our history. Feeling so proud of what we have all accomplished.”

[N.S. postscript, Saturday, March 3, 2018: She never spent a single second “trying to understand this moment in our history.”]

“Sobbing with the country at the death of the young, beautiful [homosexuals] people in Orlando. Crying to my father after watching Philando Castile pass in real time in front of the whole world.”

[N.S. postscript, Saturday, March 3, 2018: Corrina Mehiel never “sobbed” over the slaughter of normal whites, at the hands of blacks or Hispanics.]

“His strong and beautiful girlfriend having the strength to show that story to an already grieving country.”

[N.S. postscript, Saturday, March 3, 2018: Philando Castile’s grifter, momentary sex partner did not show “that story,” let alone in real time.]

“And through it all watching the women in my life spend the year in worried apprehension.

“Trying to be excited for the future, and all the while listening as others rallied around chants of hate and fear toward people of color, people of other religions, people of the lesser sex, people who don’t check one gender box.”

Her Facebook page is bursting with the gospel of black victimization, from the death of Biggie Smalls to the white racism of Donald Trump to the white racism destroying schools in Detroit and everything in between.

Her belief in black victimization came, she said, at an early age when her mother read to her the book that would change her life: It Takes a Village, by Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Hillary’s book may have neglected to mention that black on white murder is wildly out of proportion: And how a black person is 27 times (at least) more likely to murder a white person than vice versa.

In the few days before and after Mehiel’s murder, that trend continued around the country.

Down in Jacksonville, Florida, a white music teacher told a black man that she did not want to hire him to clean her yard. He killed her. For the music teacher and mother of four, it was her second time around the block: 23 years ago, another black intruder broke into the same house and almost killed her.

For the killer, it was his 33rd arrest.

A Jacksonville news station found her testimony at that trial and broadcast it.

In Tulsa, a 19-year-old white girl came home early for lunch and found a black person burglarizing her apartment. He killed her. Cops said the man they arrested for her murder was the chief suspect in two other murders, but they could not prove it.

That is cop talk for ‘this is his third murder, at least.’

In Milwaukee, a group of black people carjacked a white city inspector and killed him. The same mayor who has appointed himself one of the nation’s top preachers of the gospel of black victimization and white racism appeared before the TV cameras to wonder how this could have happened.

Not one reporter suggested the obvious: Violence and murder and denial is part of a pattern in Milwaukee and around the rest of the country. And he is part of the problem.

In Spring Lake, North Carolina, a white mother of two was found murdered outside her home. Her black boyfriend is under arrest.

In Cincinnati, a white man named Jamie Urton (also here) was driving through a black neighborhood when a black child darted in front of his car, striking it. The child was shaken, but okay. Urton died after three black people pulled him from the car, beat him, then shot him.

Neighbors say it happens all the time.

Colin Flaherty is the author of the #1 Amazon Bestseller Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry. Many of the episodes in this article can be found by clicking here for a link to his YouTube channel.


Anonymous said...

"how a black person is 27 times (at least) more likely to murder a white person than vice versa."

At a MINIMUM! Tally probably much more and skewed. Across the board in all categories of crime.

Friday, March 31, 2017 at 10:23:00 AM EDT

Anonymous said...

I wonder if at her last moment of existence she said: "You goddamned nigger!!"?

Friday, March 31, 2017 at 10:24:00 AM EDT

Richard Brown said...

Let the girl rest. She was deluded but she did not by any stretch of the imagination deserve this.I was just as naive at her age.

Friday, March 31, 2017 at 2:21:00 PM EDT  

Friday, March 02, 2018

MSM and Pols Disrespect Nation of Islam Cop-Killer, the Min. Louis Farrakhan, by Refusing to Give Him Credit for the Shooting of White Philly Cop, Officer Jesse Hartnett, by Black Muslim, Edward Archer

Monday, January 11, 2016
Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

[Previously, at WEJB/NSU:

“Remember the Nation of Islam (Zebra) Murders!”;

“Louis Farrakhan’s Murder of New York City Police Department Officer Philip Cardillo”; and

“Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam Mosque Ambush Murder of White NYPD Cop Philip Cardillo is in the News Again, as Racist Black CB 10 Chairwoman Lyle Sandbags Cop Trying to Get Harlem Street Named After Cardillo; Fox News Bars All Commenting on Story!”.]

Farrakhan and the Philly Police Shooting: Why Hide His Light Beneath a Basket?
By Colin Flaherty
January 11, 2016
American Thinker

The Reverend Louis Farrakhan has to be pissed off. Even more than usual.
Edward Archer, a follower of Farrakhan's teachings, received international attention for gunning down a cop in Philadelphia in the name of Allah.

But Farrakhan got no props. Nothing.

Farrakhan has worked as hard as anyone to preach racial hostilityand resentment against white people and cops in America. Just a few months ago, Farrakhan told a gathering at a packed Baptist Church about how he wanted to find 10,000 black men to "rise up and kill those who kill us."

He of course was talking about "the enemy" who has oppressed black people for "400 years." He went on to say how the Koran "prescribed" black people to take violent action against those who enslaved them – white people and cops, his favorite targets.

All he needed was a few more black men who realized that "death is sweeter than life under tyranny" to get the ball rolling.

It's an old problem for all faiths: everybody wants to go to heaven, but nobody wants to die. Then Archer showed up, turned 10,000 to 9,999, and reporters and public officials could not be bothered to recognize Farrakhan for his important contribution.

Like the Philly gunman, Farrakhan is down with ISIS. He even brags about it: ISIS wants "America to send some troops back so they can send them back in body bags," Farrakhan said in October in a speech that Breitbart, but few others, followed. "The world has taken enough of America's evil. So death is sweeter to some than continuing to live under white supremacy and under tyranny."

Then Philadelphia happened: A black man, a devout Moslem, was wearing Moslem garb when he ambushed a white cop in a black neighborhood and shot at him 13 times. Hitting him thrice.

Soon after, Archer told the police he did it for Islam, in the name of ISIS. He did not mention Farrakhan, but he did not have to, any more than a killer singing "Strangers in the Night" would have to say he heard it from Sinatra.

America's most famous Moslem has been saying that often and a lot: ISIS good. White supremacy bad. Not sure why anyone would be surprised when someone like Archer listens.

Archer's brother said he was angry at how white police treated black people. Apparently, they were picking on them all the time for no reason whatsoever.

That's Farrakhan talking. Not ISIS.

But none of that mattered to the mayor of Philadelphia and a legion of local and national media. They all pretend Farrakhan is just another angry and ineffectual black man of the Lord, and after all, they do come in handy once in a while.

So they ignore him or pretend not to know what he means. The same way reporters ignored Black Lives Matter when they chanted, "What do want? Dead cops. When do we want them? Now" or "Pigs in a blanket. Fry 'em like bacon."
First in line to ignore Farrakhan was the new mayor of Philadelphia, who denied that the killer had anything to do with the religion of peace. "It is abhorrent," said Mayor Jim Kenney. "It does not represent the religion in any shape or form or any of the teachings."

The mayor of Baltimore had no problem acknowledging Farrakhan and his followers.

After the recent Baltimore riots, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake thanked "the Nation of Islam, who has been very present in our effort to keep calm and peace in our city."

The Nation of Islam of was there during the riots. No one disputes that.

The Nation of Farrakhan gets similar access and respect and public acknowledgement in other Chocolate Cities around the country.

But acknowledging everything Farrakhan did and said to encourage a shooter like Archer? Not a word.

Instead, one outlet after another trotted out its experts on ISIS to discuss whether this was some kind of new front in the international war on terror.

Congressman Mike McCaul, chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, told Gretchen Carlson the shooter was acting on orders from ISIS.

On CNN, another expert explained how this shooting all stemmed from a 2013 sermon at a mosque in Kabul.

But nothing about all the words coming from Farrakhan's mansion in Chicago.
Dang – the guy just cannot catch a break.

Colin Flaherty is the author of the Amazon #1 bestseller Don't Make the Black Kids Angry: The hoax of black victimization. He was recently named one of the Top Ten Culture Warriors of 2015 by WND.