The Pardu

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Saturday, April 18, 2015

Bundled Hatred: "I Hate Gay People 'With A Passion'




Earlier in the week we experienced yet another random killing via a person who was so obviously insane, his loved ones should have committed him for psychiatric assessment.

Despite statements from his mother about her son "Flipping-out" or "snapping", anyone who knows even minuet details about deep rooted hatred, bigotry and racism, the psycho/social shortcomings start at home. Kenneth Morgan Stancil III, 20 years of age, is the latest example of social deprivation gone mad. 

After hsi arrest this week, Stancil's mother did what the vast majority of mothers would do, she worked to rationalize just how her son could have shotgun killed a 44 year old college instructor. 

AoL (quotes and comment on a per quote basis.)
Kenneth Morgan Stancil III, 20, was arrested early Tuesday in Florida, a day after authorities say he shot and killed Ron Lane, 44, a print shop director at Wayne Community College.
"He had a moment of insanity. I don't know," Stancil's mother, Debbie Stancil, said. "He just snapped. That is not my son," she said. "He's probably out of his mind. I think he needs mental help."

"He just snapped." I suggest his problems go far beyond "just snapping."



It appears he snapped many years ago.



"He had a moment of insanity." Really? Really now Mom, work with us here....A moment of insanity?.....Seriously? Stancil's Moment of insanity predates his 20 years of age and probably by a long shot.

Stancil is now granting interviews. You had to know his life is full of hatred of the LGBT, "race mixing" (we can assume he is a racists), an affinity for Nazism, and you had to know his education level seems to have stopped well before secondary school. Talking Points Memo (Muckraker) is reporting with details that we could have assumed via the images of Stancil at his booking.

They've got muck; we've got rakes.TPM MUCKRAKER

Read a few select passages from the linked piece. After the brief passages consider visiting PN form the full piece.
"I'm like a wizard," Stancil said. "Sometimes I can float, sometimes I can fly. Not literally speaking." 
"The man's a child molester, man," Stancil said. 
He claimed his boss had made advances toward a male relative.
"He ain't physically touch him but he was in the proposal to try to," Stancil said. "You know, and I wasn't gonna let that happen." When asked if he was a white supremacist, Stancil asked for clarification before confirming that he was a neo-Nazi. 
"I am a neo-Nazi but, you know, I don't define with any group, you know. Obviously I will when I go to prison but, you know, that's just how things work. You understand?" Stancil said. "I try to look out for my fellow white people as much as possible, you understand? And, I don't believe in race mixing."
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Basically, what we have with Stancil is the most nascent case of human beings who have fallen under the deep paradigm of "white privilege", white nationalism, and the ultimate state of social deprivation,: "white supremacy."  Supremacy  I posit is the natural etastasization of policy and strategy from the GOP back through Richard Nixon and honed to a fine political science during the Reagan Years (and his strategist Lee Atwater). The GOP "Southern Strategy" is as responsible for deaths via white supremacist as the person who executes the innocent victim. Hatred never stands alone. The person who harbors deep racial hatred undoubtedly harbors similar hatred of the LGBT community and probably nurtures deep rooted gender bias. But, know hatred bundles as thoroughly as your Comcast Infinity or your AT&T Uverse bundles. 

Southern Strategy (WIKI)

Kevin Phillips and Nixon
In American politics, the Southern strategy refers to a Republican Party strategy in the late 20th century of gaining political support for presidential candidates in the Southern United States by appealing to regional racial tensions and history of segregation.[1][2]
......Although the phrase "Southern strategy" is often attributed to Nixon's political strategist Kevin Phillips, he did not originate it[10] but popularized it.[11] In an interview included in a 1970 New York Times article, Phillips stated his analysis based on studies of ethnic voting:
From now on, the Republicans are never going to get more than 10 to 20 percent of the Negro vote and they don't need any more than that...but Republicans would be shortsighted if they weakened enforcement of the Voting Rights Act. The more Negroes who register as Democrats in the South, the sooner the Negrophobe whites will quit the Democrats and become Republicans. That's where the votes are. Without that prodding from the blacks, the whites will backslide into their old comfortable arrangement with the local Democrats.[1]
While Phillips sought to increase Republican power by polarizing ethnic voting in general, and not just to win the white South, the South was by far the biggest prize yielded by his approach. Its success began at the presidential level.
Now let's move a few years forward to that great Father of Modern Conservatism: Ronald Reagan. Again and I remain longstanding in my posit ronald Reagan's years mark the beginning of the extreme social and racial divide we live with each and every day of our lives. what Kevin Phillips did for Richard Nixon was taken to the next level for Ronald Reagan.

Lee Atwater and Ronald Reagan
Bob Herbert, a New York Times opinion columnist, reported a 1981 interview with Lee Atwater,[43] published in Southern Politics in the 1990s by Alexander P. Lamis, in which Atwater discussed the Southern strategy:
Questioner: But the fact is, isn't it, that Reagan does get to the Wallace voter and to the racist side of the Wallace voter by doing away with legal services, by cutting down on food stamps?
Atwater: You start out in 1954 by saying, "Nigger, nigger, nigger." By 1968 you can't say "nigger" — that hurts you. Backfires. So you say stuff like forced busing, states' rights and all that stuff. You're getting so abstract now [that] you're talking about cutting taxes, and all these things you're talking about are totally economic things and a byproduct of them is [that] blacks get hurt worse than whites. And subconsciously maybe that is part of it. I'm not saying that. But I'm saying that if it is getting that abstract, and that coded, that we are doing away with the racial problem one way or the other. You follow me — because obviously sitting around saying, "We want to cut this," is much more abstract than even the busing thing, and a hell of a lot more abstract than "Nigger, nigger."[44]
Herbert wrote in the same opinion column, "The truth is that there was very little that was subconscious about the G.O.P.'s relentless appeal to racist whites. Tired of losing elections, it saw an opportunity to renew itself by opening its arms wide to white voters who could never forgive the Democratic Party for its support of civil rights and voting rights for blacks."[43]
Political advantage was callously promulgated to win elections; it also lead the nation in: "It is OK to be a bigot."  What is the next level of social deprivation beyond bigotry. The question  was rhetorical.

The nation now suffers from a social phenomenon that leads to millions casting votes for a party that has grown to a racial demographic of 89 - 92% white. The figures denote racial divisiveness that far exceeds the level of political ideology based on fiscal conservatism. Voters are casting social votes and voting themselves into economic ruin, perpetual war and a deeper social divisiveness that has grown to manifest as regressive and oppressive.

It takes only three graphics to depict the impact of the GOP southern strategy and its ugly and dangerous side.




It looks as if when Democrats win the White House, hate crimes jump to exponential heights. The graphic above adds another perspective on hate crimes; look at the far right set of bar chart indicators. That makes race an undeniable denominator.






The data is stark and undeniable. What we have left for Ronald Reagan's snuggling with "race as a political tool" has metastasized into a true monster. Unfortunately, the reality is Stancil' s mother, with due amounts of respect for being a mother, cannot claim her son "just snapped." Her son snapped many years ago and the snap may have receive inertia from his early environment.  

The nation simply must return to a time when over racism and acceptable levels of bigotry were locked in a closet with a sign: "UNACCEPTABLE, DO NOT OPEN"

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