The Chicago torture victim and his family are left dealing with the aftermath of his ordeal and find themselves asking, “Why would they do this?” So often I have found that when people ask questions, they actually already know the answer they just don’t want to face it because it’s unpleasant. No doubt if this person wasn’t found alive, they would be holding the all too familiar candlelight vigil and asking this same question. Why did this happen? How could they do this? Deep down inside they have to know the answer but facing that answer means agreeing with the Nazis and that would make you a horrible racist. For the sake of argument, Grandpa Lampshade will go ahead and provide the answers for this family as an act of public charity.
The aunt of a special needs teenager who was tortured for hours by four friends has told DailyMail.com that he was unable to speak about the attack – other than to repeatedly ask why a friend he idolized had done this to him.
Perhaps he should have had a different idol. I can think of a few that would have been more appropriate than a hood thug.
Speaking on Friday morning Grant said: ‘[The victim] just keeps saying, ‘Why, why? Jordan was my friend. He’s been my friend for a couple of years.’
She continued: ‘They went to school together, they both had problems. He adores Jordan. I don’t know Jordan but [the victim] really liked him. It’s one thing if they didn’t know each other but [the victim] idolized him.’
It’s one thing if they didn’t know each other? So if some random blacks had done this it would be understandable but since he knew these blacks then it’s worse?
How could this have happened when this was his friend? It’s a complete mystery.
‘Physically he’ll heal but mentally…he’ll always be looking over his shoulder. Probably won’t trust anybody. ‘
As he looks over his shoulder, he should remember the #1 safety rule. If someone had taught him that before then all of this might have been prevented.
The family does not know the connection Hill had to the other three accused. His aunt said the only thing she would ask them is ‘why – just why?’
For the same reason they put tires on people in Africa and set them on fire: because they’re niggers.
His cousin, Kyle Pudowski, 21, told DailyMail.com: ‘I don’t know what made people do that. It’s crazy.’
No, it only seems crazy because you keep trying to empathize and project white people reasoning onto blacks.
‘His mom didn’t like him hanging out but [he] would say, “that’s my friend, that’s my friend.” He looked up to Jordan.
I bet he knows better now.
‘[He] thought he was cool. I think he was one of the popular ones at school.’
Of course he thought that. Why wouldn’t he? The noble negro is portrayed in a positive light 24/7 by (((Hollywood))) and the (((entertainment industry))).
David Boyd, the victim’s brother-in-law, said: ‘He’s doing well as well as he could be at this time. We are so grateful for all the prayers and efforts that led to the safe return of our brother.
‘This should never happen.’
Prayers are not a magical thing. As a believer I do believe God hears some prayers and will respond if the situation is right. One of the first things that has to happen for that to take place however is for you to be in a state of mind where you are being completely honest with yourself and Him. If you are praying asking God, “What could have happened to my loved one?” or “Please God, tell me why did they do this” when you already know that dropping your loved one off at McDonald’s to hang out with niggers led directly to this happening isn’t going to bring you a response. Why should God bother answering a question that you already know the answer to?
According to the Chicago Tribune, the accused made financial demands in the texts.
“Gib me da money”
The four friends arrested in the incident have expressed no remorse for their alleged part in the torture, police said.
Here is something else that drives me crazy and I believe is a reflection of how feminized our society has become. Why the hell do you care if they show remorse or not? So if they say they’re sorry then it makes it more understandable? This is supposed to be the whole point of justice: to make people sorry for the wrongs they have done.
The victim’s parents dropped him off at a McDonald’s on Saturday so that he could spend the night at Hill’s home. ‘
“Mom, I want to go crawl over the enclosure at the zoo and spend the night with the gorillas”.
“Ok dear. Have fun!”
Police said the young man made so much noise as he was being tortured that the downstairs neighbors eventually called police to report the noise.
The group became angered with the downstairs neighbors, and three of them went downstairs to kick the neighbor’s door in. It was at this moment that the victim was able to make a break for it.
Obviously the answer is they need better public housing.
‘The actions in that video are reprehensible. That along with racism have absolutely no place in the city of Chicago or anywhere else for that matter, against anyone regardless of their race, gender, state of mental health or any other identifying factor,’ Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said.
He put that statement together all by himself. Really.
As I’ve pointed out before, I get accused of being an evil Nazi racist all the time. However the fact of the matter is that what is really racist is expecting that somehow as if by magic, blacks will start acting civilized like white people and stop acting like the low IQ savages they are. People such as myself simply acknowledge the fact that this isn’t realistic. Denial of this reality is like allowing tigers to live in your home because they’re cats, after all and then being shocked when they keep eating your family members. How many times do white people have to fall victim to these pavement apes before they can get past the fear that Jews might call them a racist? Once you do get past that then the real question can be asked: what do we do about these people?