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Trayvon Trouble : Warwick , R.I.
By Paul Stanner
CNBC regretfully announces new programming to it's line - up today. In our new addition " Trayvon Trouble " we will focus on the stories of The Unfashionable Victims of Organized Black Thuggery all over the country. We would dearly like not to have to provide this program but unfortunately since The Drive By Media refuses to cover them and since The Progressive / Liberal Powers That Be will not prosecute them as vigorously or fight the root causes as zealously as the more P.C. crimes because these stories conflict with their world views and political goals we feel that we must provide the forum. " Trayvon Troubles " will continue as part of our programming line - up until such time as we feel that the " Men Of God " such as " Rev" Al " Tawana " Sharpton , " Rev . " Jessie " Hymie Town " Jackson , " Rev. " Calypso " Louis Farrakhan and the rest of their ilk involved in our time's version 0f " The Civil Rights Movement " that foment this thuggery get the freaking message and until such time as the above mentioned can show as much compassion for these victims as they do for a juvenile delinquent who met an unfortunate demise as a result at least partly of his own stupidity. Since it's been shown time and again over the last fourty years that these folks are just too damn stupid to grasp the elemental concepts of honor , fair play , and personal responsibility we expect a long and vicious battle. We are confident of ultimate victory though. Americans of all races are awakening to the true nature of these folks. It's a new day Poverty Pimps no longer will us Crackers cower in fear at the threat of being called a racist by one of you. Let the games begin.
Today's victims of " Trayvon Trouble " come to us from Warwick , R.I. In the late 1980's a young Black man stabbed to death four of his neighbors including two young girls in a homicidal fury. To this very day he's tying up the courts with constant appeals based largley on his contention that he was convicted unfairly because he was Black. Trayvon Trouble has been with us for a very long time. Trayvon Trouble has been largely ignored by The Drive By Media and virtually all Black leaders. CNBC can virtually guarantee you that even in the late 80's these vermin mentioned above were portraying young Mr. Price as an " iced tea and skittles " kind of kid.CNBC can also virtually gurantee you that " Rev. " Al " Tawana " Sharpton did not eulogize these victims of Organized Black Thuggery or denounce the same. Some things never change.
Greetings from The Cracker Riviera.