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The Mess On The Mississippi

For a city of just over 600,000 people (62% black), Memphis certainly is a shithole. The 28th most populous city in America and one of the blackest among big cities, Memphis has been gripped by a murderous rampage all year. Ten days ago Memphis set a new record for homicides in a year with almost a month and a half to go.

Memphis Breaks Homicide Record, Again

Multiple shootings in a violent stretch of days has pushed Memphis to yet another record number of homicides in 2023, with more than a month left in the year.

The city’s homicide toll is 352 for the year as of Nov. 20, Officer Chris Williams with the Memphis Police Department said Monday.

That number surpasses the record of 346 homicides set in 2021. That year surpassed the previous record, which had been set a year earlier.

For comparison, Los Angeles, a city of 3.85 million, reported 272 homicides at the end of October.

Memphis is a prime example of the “But red states have more murders” bullshit. Memphis is a shithole not because the state overall votes Republican or because of lax gun laws but because far too many Mississippi kweenz are breeding little thugs.

Things are so bad in Memphis, they are considering calling in the national guard:

 A city under siege, that’s how one elected official is describing the city of Memphis.

State Senator Brent Taylor says his constituents are calling for the National Guard to come to Memphis following a spike in violent crime.

Taylor sent a letter to Governor Bill Lee Wednesday asking for state resources to help.

From Thieves ransacking multiple stores to the untimely murder of a St. Jude Employee in downtown Memphis, Taylor says the dramatic uptick in crime in Memphis this past weekend motivated him to send a letter to the governor.

Taylor said his constituents are paralyzed by fear and his constituents are calling for the National Guard to help restore order.

Former Memphis School board member and Pastor Kenneth Whalum has been an early advocate for the National Guard coming to the Bluff City.

“We’re already in a police state except that it’s the criminals policing the streets. We are in a state of emergency. I’ve been saying it for a long, long time,” said Whalum.

Of course the obligatory scholar-Americans are triggered by this, like Democratic Tennessee Senate Minority leader Raumesh Akbari and the Chief of Police Cerelyn J. Davis, both Mississippi kweenz in their own right.

Memphis Police Chief CJ Davis echoed Akbari’s concerns, adding repeat offenders are the real problem.

“I don’t care if we had the entire United States Army in the City of Memphis if we continue to have the same individuals committing crimes, arresting our way out of this is not possible,” said Davis.

Uh, with all due respect Chief Davis, it seems that arresting and prosecuting your way out of this is exactly what you need to do. See, if a repeat offender is jailed for an extended period of time, you know what they aren’t doing? Committing more crimes in the streets of Memphis.

State Senator Taylor is also calling out crap like this:

Senator blasts judge over bail comments after murder suspect’s release

Tennessee State Senator Brent Taylor is blasting the decision by a Memphis judge to release an 18-year-old charged in the shooting death of a Memphis teenager without bond.

Criminal Court Judge Bill Anderson ordered Edio White to be released on his own recognizance four days after being arrested for the death of 15-year-old Anthony Mason.18-year-old charged in teen’s death released with no bond

White is charged with first-degree murder, criminal attempt-especially aggravated robbery, and unlawful possession of a weapon.

He is charged in a murder and walked without bond? Gee Wally, why is there so much murder going on in Memphis? The judge in this case, Bill Anderson, seems to think that keeping dangerous and violent criminals in jail is some sort of crazy burden on criminals while caring nothing for the people that will be victimized. Do you think Edio White, facing a long prison stretch if convicted, is going to just hang around the house? Or is he going to keep on committing crimes until they finally lock him up?

Memphis used to be an OK town but now? You would have to be crazy to live there as people like Dr. Alexnader Bulakhov could attest, if he hasn’t recently been murdered by a black guy in Memphis.

Judges refusing to lock up criminals, police chiefs that think arresting criminals is the wrong tactic to fighting crime. Things are going to get a lot worse in our cities.


  1. Scot Irish

    Hm. I remember Memphis from 30 years ago. Filthy streets, dimly lit, not much to see except maybe Graceland or Beale street. I’ve never been a fan of Elvis or negro blues.
    What I remember most were the huge rats all over the place (even in broad daylight).
    I’m not talking about greasy pavement apes either, but actual rodents the size of dogs.
    Call in the National Guard, call in the Army, call in Space Force it won’t matter.
    Memphis negroes are a different breed of shuffling, mumbling dysfunction.

  2. Bean Dip Tray

    Stopped for gas there on the way to FLA while and won’t be returning.
    No white faces around anywhere and this was just after dark.
    Always be gassed up enough to keep on driving past Memphis or be like the meme of the YT gassing up with pistol in hand.
    Just read about Brandon II mayor of Chicago blaming “right wing extremism” for the mess in the CPUSA (D) central HQ jewel.
    This just in from Jussie Smollet-Welcome to MAGA country.

    • Jeffrey Zoar

      Reminds me of a recent after dark stop in Tuscaloosa, AL on a road trip. On my way into the gas station I was greeted by a homeless looking negro. He seemed nice (really). Once inside, there was quite the crowd in there, all black, I was the only white person, and this one scholar was standing up on the counter hollering at the rest of them. I don’t know what that was about, he was speaking ebonics, a smart person would have left right then, but I really had to pee. If I hadn’t had the security of a firearm strapped around my waist under my shirt I probably would have just peed outside. I doubt anybody would have made a fuss about it. But anyway, nobody other than the homeless guy seemed real interested in this one white boy.

      I had just been to the Checkers burger stand next door. Like all Checkers, you can’t see who’s working in it til you pull up at the window to get your order. I had, a few months prior, stopped at a Checkers in Kentucky where the workers were white and the burgers were quite good. This time the workers were black, the service was super slow, and it was hard to believe the food came from the same chain as the other one. But then I’m not telling y’all anything you don’t already know.

  3. pyrrhus

    Topsy Turvy logic is standard with these leftist judges and prosecutors…No interest in the welfare of the citizens, but absurd concern over the welfare of repeat felons and murderers…Get out of the cities, you will never be safe!

  4. Phil B

    It is effectively a war zone so unless the national Guard are permitted the free fire zone rules that would apply in an actual war zone then they are simply targets and a source of firearms and equipment for those willing to take it.

    That, of course will never happen so instead of deploying the National Guard and then have them prosecuted to the eyeballs for defending themselves, let Africa sink.

  5. Harbinger

    Without authority to use deadly force against lawbreakers, what in hell good is calling in the National Guard? The police are not permitted to pursue and detain, so how is the National Guard going to be any sort of improvement? I would not be surprised if they are not even issued live ammo. As soon as the first hoodrat discovers that the NG have no more teeth than the city po-po, the charade is over.

    Imagine the stink if a Guardsman were to cap a certified reparations specialist looting a big screen TV on the way to his Mensa meeting. Uncle Sam’s got a far larger money printer than local gubmint. We’ll be minting gold-rimmed millionaires by the assload.

  6. Gryphon

    I’ll Bet that these Judges and Prosecutors and the Lawyers ‘representing’ the feral pavement apes are all products of the (((grygori schwartz))) organized effort to “Destroy America”, one of the Stated Goals of (((them))). You can be Sure of this when the First Attempt at any Resistance to the Criminals is Persecuted and labeled “Hate Crime” (even if its a blaq person who does it).

    • Anon

      There is a vid on youtube about “south africans” (clearly nigs) stealing traffic lights.
      Shit’s broken and of course the kikes are to blame, pushing the sanctions and end of apartheid and limiting people from any real solution and now there is this shit years later.

  7. Stealth Spaniel

    Let’s see… is the list of companies who were in Memphis for a time..per Wikipedia.

    The Ford Motor Company built cars in Memphis from 1913 until 1958/59.

    A Firestone Tire and Rubber Company plant made tires in North Memphis from 1936 to 1982.

    A Tennessee Powder Company built an explosives powder plant to make TNT and gunpowder on a 6,000-acre site in Millington in 1940. The plant was built to make smokeless gunpowder for the British Armed Forces during World War II. In May 1941, DuPont (1802–2017) took over the plant, changed the name to the Chickasaw Ordnance Works, and produced powder for the United States Armed Forces. There were 8,000 employees. The plant was dismantled after the war in 1946.

    During the 1960s, the city was at the center of the Civil Rights Movement, as its large African-American population had been affected by state segregation practices and disenfranchisement in the early 20th century. African-American residents drew from the civil rights movement to improve their lives. In 1968, the Memphis sanitation strike began for living wages and better working conditions; the workers were overwhelmingly African American. They marched to gain public awareness and support for their plight: the danger of their work, and the struggles to support families with their low pay. Their drive for better pay had been met with resistance by the city government.

    After learning of King’s murder, many African Americans in the city rioted, looting and destroying businesses and other facilities, some by arson. The governor ordered Tennessee National Guardsmen into the city within hours, where small, roving bands of rioters continued to be active. Fearing the violence, more of the middle-class began to leave the city for the suburbs.

    In 1970, the Census Bureau reported Memphis’s population as 60.8% white and 38.9% black. Suburbanization was attracting wealthier residents to newer housing outside the city. After the riots and court-ordered busing in 1973 to achieve desegregation of public schools, “about 40,000 of the system’s 71,000 white students abandoned the system in four years.Today, the city has a majority African-American population.

    The International Harvester Company manufacturing plant opened in 1947 and closed in 1985. The plant made cotton harvesting equipment and Farm Tillage equipment. It once had 1,000 employees.

    So, I am assuming between the end of CW1 and 1980, Memphis was fairly livable. Then as always, once the Diversity Scholars gained population, gibsmedat ideas, and tried to institute Wakanda; it all went to 💩 in a hand basket. It always happens. Chicongo, Baltimore, Los Angeles, Seattle; go anywhere on earth and it is the same over and over. All brought to you and me by the Democrat Party.

  8. Xzebek

    I’m never surprised that a chimptown is a shithole. I expect it. And it doesn’t matter what color state it’s in. They will be shitholes. Every. Single. Time.

  9. J J

    Worst mistake ever made on this continent wasn’t bringing Africans in as slave labor. The biggest mistake was freeing them and not returning them to their genetically inbred civilization of grass and mud huts, free to continue the centuries of killing each other while contributing nothing to the world.

    • RegretLeft

      “labor” is key – it was commonly thought at the time that the only way to develop virgin land was slave labor; there were not any other sources. At the start of the civil war, polite opinion in the North was that after a victorious outcome the African slaves would (of course) be re-migrated back to Africa – you can find that clearly stated in Henry Adams correspondence. No one did the shipping infrastructure calculations (not there) and there was that little problem of what to do with all the nearly-white products of several generations of Southern gentlemen mass raping their African slaves. History is a bitch.

  10. Heath J

    I actually agree with those local officials. Arresting them is pointless, as is locking them up.

    Dirtnaps all around. Guaranteed 0% recidivism rate. AND they’ll finally be good for something.

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