The City of Brotherly Love: Racial Terrorism in Philadelphia
Somewhere in Hell, Gramsci is smiling.
Racial killings assume a pattern in Philadelphia, the "City of Brotherly Love." Here is a map and linked articles. And the press ignores it. Of course the urban black lumpenproletariat kill far more of their own than they do whites -- more indeed than the blood-thirstiest of Kluxers at the height of the Reconstruction war -- but the fact is that if these were white on black racial killings the politically correct press would be all over it. Yet, the reality is hardly lost on those who are paying attention. Don't get me wrong, this is not about race but rather about culture and class. From the very beginning of communist theory with Marx classifying the urban criminal class as "lumpenproletariat," collectivists have sought to use them as a weapon in the "class struggle," as they call it. Yet it took Gramsci to codify the principles of collectivist war on the culture which modern-day American so-called "progressives" have raised to their highest and most effective art with the Hollywood-New York-DC Axis of Evil. Heck, you can even throw in MoTown, too.
The terrible thing is that whites will buy into -- and are buying into -- the racial collectivist dialectic that such violence advances. Believe me the Klan and the Neo-Nazis are using such maps as recruiting posters. AND THIS IS AS IT WAS INTENDED BY THOSE WHO ATTACK THE CULTURE AS THE CENTRAL BATTLEFIELD OF CLASS WARFARE. Anybody who falls into racial hatred as a result is a tool of the string-pullers just as much as the killers -- whether they wear white sheets or gang colors.
Somewhere in Hell, Antonio Gramsci is certainly smiling.
Where are the victims' firearms?
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