New York Daily News, 23 March 17: He was a white Army vet on a sick mission to kill black men. James Jackson, 28, rode a bus from Baltimore to New York Friday with the sole purpose of stalking and killing black men for a statement-making media spectacle, police said. He’s accused of fatally stabbing Timothy Caughman, 66, in Midtown on Monday night. Cops said Jackson’s deep-seated racism stretched back more than a decade — to a time before he entered the military in March 2009. Jackson ended up serving a little more than three years with the Army, bouncing from Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri to Fort Huachuca in Arizona before a tour in Afghanistan from December 2010 to November 2011, Army officials said. Records show Jackson received several awards for his service including an Army Good Conduct Medal, a Global War on Terrorism Service Medal and an Afghanistan Campaign Medal with two campaign stars. Police said Jackson is a member of a known hate group in Maryland but did not identify the group. Attempts to reach Jackson's relatives were not successful. . .
While most of the Western world once again kneels at the altar of terror (pray for London! but who do they pray to? the unknown god of Social Media, one must suppose, for their prayers seem to go no further than Facebook or Twitter), one Hero of the war on terror has turned himself in, and proudly, for the act of killing a random negro. . .
Well, can we admit, in AmerICKa, at least, we are more likely to be killed by a military veteran, one of those troops we are told we must unconditionally support, than by a jihadi?
And if we are being honest, aren't even the deaths-by-jihadi born in AmerICKan military mischief (read here if you've forgotten the history)?
Pity the poor negro## who had to learn the hard way:
For all they that take the sword shall perish with the sword. . .
##The military is your sword, AmerICKa, they swing it for you, so don't be surprised when it falls on your neck, due to the derangement of the troops you support, or the enemies they make.
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