Is ‘White Guilt’ & the Complacency of Feeling Safe in an In-group, Responsible for the Rise in Violent Hate Crimes Against non-Blacks
In some small way I feel fortunate that I’m of mixed ancestry (1/2 British, 1/4 Anglo-Indian and 1/4 Afrikaner) and have seen hatred come in all shades.
Let me explain.
Knowing what it’s like to be discriminated against because of the perception that I am white-by the Jewish Marxist academics at my university and by black thugs in London and Natal; and then quite remarkably menaced because of my non-white ancestry-by vile uneducated white nationalists who have a problem with the fact that one of Britain’s leading nationalist voices is in face of mixed ancestry, has given me a truly unique perspective.
As an outsider regardless of where I am based, I know I always have to watch my back regardless of circumstance. I also feel no guilt over anything I have ever accomplished as I’ve had to claw and scratch my way over dubious people of all ethnic backgrounds to get where I am today.
This is the case whether I am with non-whites, whites, and worst of all, with Jews, who view us all as out-group competition. Being different, something I have always felt, means you always have to have your guard up. It also means you are never truly at home wherever you are, and most important that you can NEVER trust anyone
Sadly the kid in the following story, like most naïve whites I know in the US and Britain still don’t realise just how rapidly their countries are changing, and he paid with his life.
I pray that the following story will serve as a lesson to us all. It’s just a shame such a fine young man lost his life so we could all learn from his tragedy.
RIP young fella.
Is ‘White Guilt’ & the Complacency of Feeling Safe in an In-group, Responsible for the Rise in Violent Hate Crimes Against non-Blacks
by Jack Sen
“Two black men came to the door, needing a ride as their car had broken down. Taylor felt guilty for some reason, and decided to offer them a ride to town. I told him I didn’t like it and thought it was suspicious -, black guys looking for a phone and a ride this late at night. He asked me what I would do, so I offered him my silver Walther PPK. Taylor put the gun in his waistband visibly so they wouldn’t mess with him, grabbed his puppy and walked out the door.”
That was the last time soldier Taylor Hotzoglou’s roommate saw his best friend alive. The two were playing video games and having a few beers when there was a knock on their door that fateful night last Autumn.
This is a sickeningly sad cautionary tale that should be a warning not just to Americans, but people of non-black descent living in occupied territories under black mob rule, in locations like South Africa, London, Namibia and beyond. Just because you are armed, have even been trained as a soldier, it does not mean you are immune to the daily racially motivated violence being perpetrated against non-blacks across our lands by our resident “oppressed black” population.
This good Samaritan- a soldier packing a loaded Walther PPK .380, believing that as he was armed, he was safe, foolishly offered the two murderers pictured right a ride to town. Although his roommate tried to dissuade him from assisting them, he still insisted. His inability to look at the two scum bags and immediately know they meant him harm, cost him his life. His lifeless body was found hanging outside of his vehicle on a rural road with 6 gunshots wounds to the back of his head.
The police report stated that, “Giovanne Johnson, 19, and Rakeem Jones, 18, were both charged with first-degree premeditated murder, felony murder and aggravated robbery in connection with the shooting death of Taylor Hotzoglou, 22, who was killed on April 28, 2012, after giving Johnson and Jones a ride. Hotzoglou was found by a passerby dead in his car.”
Why would a seemingly intelligent kid, who knows the streets, has seen action in two warzones, offer two black thugs a ride to town? My father, a racial realist would not have opened the door. I myself would NOT have opened the door, not because I don’t like helping people or am a coward, but because I value my life and KNOW better than to let guilt impact my decision making. So was guilt and the fear of feeling like a racist what possessed this kid to offer these two men a ride to town? A fear that if he allowed himself to judge the two men by the colour of their skin, clothing they wore, mannerisms they exhibited-something all human beings rightfully do when they generate an opinion of someone, he’d be an evil rayssis’?
That’s the message young people are taught today, sadly, and we at the EKP believe that this is what killed this innocent kid. When your own president preaches how it is wrong to be even nervous when a black deviant is near, in spite of the overwhelming statistical evidence validating ones fear, you have to ask yourself if we aren’t heading down a dangerous path.
I wonder if Obama’ words, that profiling people based on race is wrong, somehow prevented him from making a wiser decision? Was the fear of “feeling” like a racist stronger than his survival instinct? Did main stream media-imposed white guilt block his judgement? Or was he just too cocksure for his own good. I mean this with no disrespect to young Taylor, as the poor lad lost his life, but one has to wonder what in god’s name he was thinking offering these two grotesque savages a ride in his car. The good people of South Africa-white, tanned, yellow, brown and all shades in-between KNOW that race matters, and that black men at your door at 10pm spells trouble.
Then there’s the EKP’s belief that the media, and their anti-western racist supremacist cronies on the left, intentionally influence the black mind into believing that black rage and hatred of white people is justified, in order to destabilise our societies, and increase their power. The black man has always been a pawn in the cultural war that exists between European man and his greatest historical enemy. Recognising and understanding the mechanisms these people use as a group evolutionary strategy is paramount in combating them. Divide and conquer techniques using the black or so-called oppressed man as a weapon of subversion is the basis of Trotskyism/Bolshevism/Alinskyism.
Although blacks are inherently dangerous, I often wonder if would they be as virulent a threat if they weren’t being brainwashed into hating us on a daily basis. Doesn’t constantly telling them that they have been victimised by anyone lighter complected than a piece of coal, incite their hateful nature? Through a constant barrage of films depicting us as racist oppressors, and nightly news broadcasts focusing on racial oppression, the media is in fact sending a message that we are the enemy. If the media, instead used their pulpit to illustrate to blacks that without us they’d be living without water, food and in mud huts – and should in fact be grateful, not vengeful, might things be different? Of course, but that’s not going to happen until we make changes.
I merely look at the hatred the black South African population feels towards all non-black peoples, and who is behind said hatred. It far exceeds any hatred whites and Asians may or not have harboured ‘for blacks during the country’s turbulent past, yet every time when a black man kills a white family, the term Apartheid is immediately brought up. For more on who EXACTLY is behind the Apartheid narrative please read the following articles on Nadine Gordimer, and Zionist LA Times continued assault on White South Africa.
And I am not a racist. In fact if an Indian or Oriental family would have knocked on my door asking for assistance I most certainly would have called them a cab, possibly even given them a ride to town myself-depending on the situation of course.
But blacks are not whites, nor are they Indians or Orientals. They are inherently dangerous and I for one believe that we should be able to acknowledge that when making decisions.
Political correctness has totally destroyed our ability to think properly, so much so that a liberal colleague of mine once told me that I was ignorant for stating that if I needed a blood transfusion I’d prefer not to receive one from a homosexual. The fact that homosexuals are 15X more likely in my nation to have HIV or hepatitis than non-black heterosexuals was irrelevant to this vile judgemental woman.
This isn’t the movies, we aren’t invincible and we have but ONE life. We should have the human right to protect it, regardless of whether or not we offend anyone.
And I wonder, after reading this story, if this poor fella, who’d dedicated his life to his country had managed to fend off the savages, if the media would have given him a pass? I can almost see the headlines. “Nazi Soldier Lures Black Teens into Car & Shoots Them”.
We have republished the story as originally covered on the local army bases website. To my friends in the US, Britain, across Western Europe and of course in South Africa, I don’t care if you’re English, Irish, American, Italian, Greek, Indian, Chinese, or a White-Hispanic-please THINK and use proper judgement when dealing with certain people. Do what cops are no longer allowed to do. Profile people and use your common sense. It is your right as a human being to protect yourself. Jack
Jack was a UKIP prospective Member of Parliament for northern England before being unceremoniously, & quite publicly, suspended by his party one week prior to the General Election for attempting to broach the subjects of indigenous displacement in Britain and raising the issue of the genocide being waged against White people in South Africa, due to his desire to do right by his Afrikaner grandmother. He writes a weekly column for the EKP: Jack Sen Radically Centrist, and is the spokesperson for Stop the Killing & EKP SA: Exposing the Genocide. He is also on bad muthaf^&^a.
Full Case notes
“Fort Campbell soldier Spc. Taylor Hotzoglou was robbed and murdered by Giovanne Treymane Johnson,19,and Rakeem Rashan Jones,who is 18.
Hotzoglou was found dead early that morning in his car on the side of a main thoroughfare to town. A passersby testified Tuesday they found him slumped over the middle console with his legs hanging out the driver side door. Police discovered he had been shot six times in the back and face.
Steven Butterman, the roommate of Taylor Hotzoglou, was one of more than a dozen witnesses who testified for the state Tuesday. Butterman said he was playing video games and watching movies with Hotzoglou when they got a knock at their door around 10:30 p.m. At the door were two men, and he identified them in court as Johnson and Jones.
Johnson did most of the talking, while Jones was quiet and muttered a few words incoherently, Butterman said. He said they were both dressed in all black and asked to use Hotzoglou’s cell phone.
Hotzoglou offered them a ride from his Fort Campbell Boulevard apartment to their destination, a convenience store on Peachers Mill Road.
Butterman said Johnson got in the front seat and Jones got in the back. That was the last time he saw Hotzoglou alive.
When 45 minutes had elapsed, Butterman called out of concern and received no answer. Hotzoglou’s girlfriend at the time and his best friend also testified that after 10:25 p.m. Hotzoglou stopped replying to their text messages.
A Walther PPK .380 pistol that was in Hotzoglou’s possession was missing from the crime scene, Detective Michael Ulrey, lead investigator, wrote in the petition.
When police arrested Jones, they found the gun in his possession, the petition said.
Witnesses said Jones gave them details about the crime that only someone involved would know.
The homicide trial of two men accused of robbing and killing a Fort Campbell soldier began Monday morning in Judge John H. Gasaway’s court with jury selection.
A pool of 60 Montgomery County jurors were brought into Gasaway’s courtroom for a questioning process called voir dire Monday morning. A jury was selected at about 4 p.m.
Following a bench conference, it was decided the trial would begin Tuesday morning, with opening statements. The state, represented by Robert Nash, assistant district attorney, will then begin calling witnesses to testify.
An estimated 20 witnesses will testify during the trial, including law enforcement agents, medical experts, forensic experts and citizens who know the defendants.
The case is expected to take between three and four days to present to the jury, Nash said.
Johnson’s attorney is Chris Clark, and Jones’ attorney is Chase Smith.
A Montgomery County jury deliberated into the late afternoon hours before unanimously finding two men guilty of murdering a Fort Campbell soldier.
Giovanne Johnson, 19, and Rakeem Jones, 18, are both charged with first-degree premeditated murder, felony murder and aggravated robbery in connection with the shooting death of Taylor Hotzoglou, 22, who was killed on April 28, 2012, after giving Johnson and Jones a ride. Hotzoglou was found by a passerby dead in his car on the shoulder of Victory Road. He had been shot six times in the back and face.
The jury of 12 found Johnson and Jones guilty as charged of felony murder and especially aggravated robbery. They were both found guilty of the lesser charge of second-degree murder. The second-degree murder and felony murder charge will be merged. Second degree murder and especially aggravated robbery are both Class A felonies punishable by 15-25 years of incarceration.
Both men will be sentenced by Judge Gasaway on Nov. 26.
The family of Taylor Hotzoglou remained composed while the verdict was read. Johnson gestured to the audience as he was being led out of the courtroom.
After the jury and both defendants left the courtroom, Taylor Hotzoglou’s his sister, Nicoletta, and step-mother, Heidi Rizzo, sobbed in each other’s arms.
The families of Jones and Johnson were overcome with emotion as they left the court complex.
“I have gratitude for the whole legal system,” Debra Hotzoglou, Taylor Hotzoglou’s mom said. “I had all my eggs in Mr. Nash’s basket. I had that much confidence. I had faith the jury would see what it was. I had to have faith the truth would prevail.”
Robert Nash, assistant district attorney said the Clarksville Police Department and lead Detective Mike Ulrey, worked hard on the case and thanked them and the jury for their hard work and diligence.
“The thing about this case that really grabbed Detective Ulrey, Clarksville Police and the District Attorney’s office is the circumstances surrounding the case. Taylor was being nice and helping someone in need and he was killed for doing it. The DA’s office is thankful for the witnesses in this case that came forward and stuck with us and wanted to see the right thing done in this case.”
During closing arguments Thursday morning, Robert Nash, assistant district attorney, told the jury both men were responsible for each others’ actions and asked that they be convicted as charged.
“Taylor Hotzoglou was a 22-year-old U.S. Army specialist, a four-year career that ended April 28, 2012. He served his country in combat and in the Middle East…”
Nash said Hotzoglou opened his door after Johnson and Jones knocked on his door late that night and decided to speak with them and help them.
“They needed a ride, and he offered them a ride … with objection from his roommate, he simply said, ‘What if that was us?’ … He grabs his puppy and keys and leaves without hesitation…that’s who Taylor Hotzoglou was.”
Nash said the call Johnson made on Hotzoglou’s phone was at 10:53 p.m. A neighbor heard a gunshot, followed by five more at 11 p.m.
“He had a 10-minute interaction with Mr. Jones and Mr. Johnson, and at the end of it, he lay dead … a tenth of a mile from where Giovanne Johnson resides,” Nash said. “Little did Taylor Hotzoglou know that, just a few hours before this, that Mr. Johnson decided to ‘hit a lick,’ go out and commit a robbery because he needed some extra money.”
Nash said DNA linked Jones and Johnson to the crime scene. Johnson’s fingerprint was found on Hotzoglou’s car window. The Kel-Tec and a towel with Hotzoglou’s blood on it was found at Johnson’s house. Jones’ DNA was found on the Walther PPK gun taken from Hotzoglou.
Nash said there were no other injuries to Hotzoglou.
“There was no struggle, no physical confrontation, no provocation. Taylor Hotzoglou was driving a car and got shot from behind six times … The physical evidence tells you the whole story. It ties both these individuals. They have a common plan. They are criminally responsible for each other. They both knew what they were going to do when they left Giovanne’s house.”
Nash asked for guilty as charged convictions of both men.
Chris Clark, Johnson’s attorney, said Jones committed the robbery and homicide of Hotzoglou.
“On April 28, 2012, Jones walked into Johnson’s house and told Johnson and Cody Driver he just popped someone. He fell to his knees and prayed for forgiveness … five days later, the gun (taken from the victim) was found under his seat.”
Clark asked if the state proved if Johnson shot and killed Hotzoglou and that Johnson robbed him and took property from him.
“The answer is no,” Clark said. “Only one person pulled that trigger. The state tells you that because they can’t tell you who pulled that trigger. One person took (the victim’s) gun, and the state tells you that because they don’t know who took that gun.”
Clark said the shots came from back to front, right to left, and the stippling was found behind Hotzoglou’s ear. The evidence pointed to the person sitting in the backseat, which was Jones, Clark said.
Clark said the state did not prove to a moral certainty and beyond a reasonable doubt that Johnson killed Hotzoglou and robbed him.
Chase Smith, Jones’ attorney, said Johnson began the plan to rob someone. Johnson made the phone call and orchestrated the crime, he said.
“He is the leader in the commission of the situation. He does all the talking…”
Thursday, Judge Gasaway gave the jury instructions and attorneys gave closing arguments.
At about 3:45 p.m. Judge Gasaway called attorneys and interested parties into the courtroom. A bailiff reported while standing guard at the jury room door during deliberations that a juror ran out of the room “visibly upset.”
Court came to order, and Judge Gasaway carefully asked the juror questions about possible personality differences and tension. He called the jury back into the courtroom and reread them jury instructions about their duty to deliberate.
They all agreed they could continue deliberation. So, is White Guilt Responsible for the Rise in Violent Hate Crimes against non-Blacks?
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