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January 22, 2019



DAILYKENN.com --For decades a shadowy gang of terrorists called The Smiley Face Gang has been targeting and murdering young white men. 


At least that is the contention. Solid evidence seems to be overshadowed by coincidence-fueled conjecture; a staple of most every conspiracy theory. 

Some such theories turn out to be true. 

But does it matter? 

The pattern I see is not a systemic dark-web network of anti-white racists bound to snuff out as many young white men as possible. Rather, the pattern I see is an innate hatred for whites that is endemic to most blacks. The flames of that hatred are fanned by media rhetoric that demonizes white men at every opportunity. The stochastic outcome is inevitable, though not precisely predictable.

Young white men are being killed by young black thugs for the same reason young black men are being killed by young black thugs: Nature seems to have disproportionately programmed them to violence. It is universally observable and has been for generations.  What's more telling is the trend is confirmed year-after-year by FBI statistics.

Old white people are also being killed by young black thugs. In fact about fifty percent of all homicides in America can be attributed to young black males; about four percent of the population. 

Nonetheless, if one desires to plunge into the conspiracy angle, here it is: 

From The New American ▼

It's a shocking claim: A shadowy serial-killing gang, with cells in cities nationwide, has been murdering college-age white men — for more than two decades. It’s suspected the group might have already claimed hundreds of victims. Yet police agencies are uninterested in ferreting out the truth and instead write the killings off as accidents or undetermined. So say three retired NYPD detectives and a criminal-justice professor who have been investigating the deaths.

The Daily Beast introduces the story, writing that on “the evening of Dec. 15, 2016, Dakota James called his friend Shelley in a panic.”

“He was cold, disoriented, and scared out of his mind, wandering the streets of downtown Pittsburgh, trying to find someone — anyone — who would help him,” the site continues.

“‘I don’t know where I am,’ he told her, sobbing. ‘I’m so cold. Please help me. I’m lost.’”

James said the cops wouldn’t help him. Confused, he told Shelley (her last name is kept confidential) he was on Pittsburgh’s North Side when the cellphone location services he’d enabled with her put him on the South Side. What happened next was equally odd.

Shelley drove to James’ location, at a Springhill Suites on Water Street. “As she pulled up to the hotel,” writes the Beast, “she saw a dark SUV in the wrong lane, facing the wrong direction. And Dakota was walking out of the hotel and straight toward the SUV.”

“‘I pulled up not even 10 feet away from the SUV,’ she said. ‘I said, ‘Dakota!’ He turns, looks back then comes over to me, got in my car, and we left,’” the Beast also relates.

James didn’t appear drunk, Shelley says; he was walking straight and wasn’t slurring words. Yet he didn’t know how he’d wound up on the street and had lost four hours, between heading to some bars with coworkers at 7:15 p.m. and calling Shelley at approximately 11:15. So she suspected he’d been drugged.

Yet James didn’t want to talk much about the incident and the next day dismissed it as a bad hangover. Shelley might have done the same — except that James disappeared five weeks later.

Forty days after that was found dead, floating in the Ohio River.


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