Two black men shoot and kill a 66 year-old white man in New Orleans. The handyman was installing a mailbox outside a home. One of them tells cops they just “wanted to kill a white person.” Note that there are no “hate crime” charges pending.

Nope. Nothing to see here.

Categories: CrimeRace baiting


West South Africa · May 18, 2023 at 10:34 am

It is only discussed online but if the roles were reversed it would be 24-7 with chimpy the Kenyan and other race hustlers out ordering cities to burn to the ground.
Kill the Boer is already here.
Once you go black it never comes back, when you go brown it all goes down.

BobF · May 19, 2023 at 7:16 am

Born 2 hrs west but raised in N.O. Won’t go back for decades now, not even for food — I have it shipped to me here in FL. The city is a genuine cesspool. Mardi Gras? If you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all. Had seen too many by the time I graduated high school. Old neighborhood, upper middle class, was a total dump when I drove through 30 years ago. Not aged, no, there were cars pulled up to the front steps, weeds over a foot high, holes in windows, you get the picture. You would be correct on a guess as to the demographics.

And we are all, I suppose, aware of cops who alongside hoodlums steal non-essentials from retailers during emergencies; confiscate self-defense weapons and literally throw them into tractor-trailer vans to rust and rot; and over a decade later continue to confiscate legal weapons from citizens and visitors.

Hard to believe tourists actually still go there.

    Divemedic · May 19, 2023 at 7:37 am

    I’m from the New Orleans area. All of my remaining family has moved away from there. We go back periodically to visit my father’s grave.
    I took my wife to see Mardi Gras in 2020 (yep, we were there for the so-called super spreader event). I always carry when we are there, except you can’t carry to a parade.
    I made shrimp creole last night for dinner. We go to Cajun restaurants periodically. The one thing I miss is good roast beef Po’ Boys on real French bread. What most places call Po’ Boy bread are really just hoagie rolls.

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