Thousands of University of Dayton students riot last night in Dayton, Ohio after UD’s latest basketball win. Reportedly, the uncontrollable students hit a newswoman, injured several enforcement officials, and damaged city property. 28 people were arrested. I suspect that this was predominately made up of people who classify themselves as “white”. As such, enforcement officials were able to retain the suspects without fatally shooting anyone. Well done.
University of Dayton, a private Catholic institution, is notorious for the illegal drinking and unruly behavior of its mostly white-classified student body. When will the city of Dayton and University of Dayton get these students under control permanently? Last year, on March 17th, enforcement officials from 10 jurisdictions were called out to contain hundreds of intoxicated and violent students. In mid-March of this year, enforcement officials increased patrol of UD significantly, to dissuade the students from engaging in their violent and alcohol-fueled behavior. They were successful. Unfortunately, yesterday evening, they did not take the same adequate precautions to prevent the latest UD “violent disturbance”.
The students, even go so far as to nickname their residential area as the “ghetto” despite being surrounded by resources and privilege. The University of Dayton spent approximately $7 million renovating this so-called ghetto in 1989 in hopes that it would improve student behavior. This White Supremacist nickname for the area demonstrates how people who classify themselves as “white” and who practice Racism, often characterize their own willful misbehavior as somehow associated with black people (the innately criminal, according to the Racists (White Supremacists)). Neely Fuller Jr., author of the UICCSC, has long pointed out that the “ghetto” is not a place. It’s a person. A black person. A Victim of Racism, who is associated with inferior status and behavior.
UD is not a ghetto. Its students are not behaving “ghetto”. They are behaving as criminals. UD campus is apparently filled with violent and misbehaving students who most likely classify themselves as “white”. You can be sure that there will be no reports associating their repeated criminal behavior as genetic. This is correct because there is no definitive proof of a criminal gene. However, there is a system of Racism (White Supremacy) in place that largely shields people who classify themselves as “white” from their own misconduct and innumerable crimes.
Replacing a system of Racism (White Supremacy) with Justice means that no one is mistreated for any reason, and the people who need the most help get the constructive help they need.
African and Mexican people in America understand what (white welfare is)? its 5 white cops against one Mexican in front of his family white supremacy police enforcement dedicate their lives toward genocide against people of color 24 hours a day 7 days a weekps; you can hear the white refined racist police officer tell her he’s the victim he’s the one that is bleeding and she should feel sad for him and identify with him as a victim while her husband is dying brutally murdered in front of her and her daughters face (white people to the rescue) is the worst trick ever played on people color
THIS SYSTEM IS OUT TO KILL US AND WE KNOW IT. SOME SAY we are not ready to take on this monster. We say that we do not want to….but that is not the question any longer. The monster has taken us on and we have to deal with reality.
Three black students waiting for bus arrested after cops order them to ‘disperse’
Three African-American students who were waiting for a school bus in Rochester, New York were arrested on Wednesday morning when police officer told them to “disperse,” even though witnesses said they did nothing wrong.
According to WROC, basketball coach Jacob Scott had arranged for a school bus to pick up the boys to take them to a scrimmage on a day when school was closed.
A police report claimed that the boys were blocking “pedestrian traffic while standing on a public sidewalk…preventing free passage of citizens walking by and attempting to enter and exit a store…Your complainant gave several lawful clear and concise orders for the group to disperse and leave the area without complaince [sic].”
But the students and the coach dispute the police version of events.
“We didn’t do nothing,” student Raliek Redd explained. “We was just trying to go to our scrimmage.”
“We was just waiting for our bus and he started arrested us,” student Wan’Tauhjs Weathers added.
Daequon Carelock, who was also arrested, lamented that anyone could be “just downtown, minding your own business, and next thing you know, anything can happen.”
Coach Scott arrived just as the boys were being handcuffed and was also threatened with arrest.
“He goes on to say, ‘If you don’t disperse, you’re going to get booked as well,’” Scott recalled. “I said, ‘Sir, I’m the adult. I’m their varsity basketball coach. How can you book me? What am I doing wrong? Matter of fact, what are these guys doing wrong?’”
“One of the police officers actually told me, if he had a big enough caravan, he would take all of us downtown,” he noted.
Scott called the incident a “catastrophe” for the boys and witnesses who were traumatized by the arrest.
“These young men were doing nothing wrong, nothing wrong. They did exactly what they were supposed to do and still they get arrested,” Scott remarked. “I’m speaking to the officers with dignity…and still and yet – they see me get treated like nothing.”
Rochester school board member Mary Adams expressed her outrage at the arraignment last week.
“I think the charges should be immediately dropped and I think the district attorney’s office should be stepping in and looking at these kinds of matters,” she said.
“I’m very concerned about a pattern of young people being abused by police authority,” Adams told WHEC. “To me, this seems like a really clear case, part of a pattern.”
A trial for the three students is scheduled for December 11.