Power of Images

11 07 2017

Oakland

About this news that the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system is deliberately withholding the surveillance stills of the dindus involved in mahogany mobs on its trains:

They directly state why they’re doing it, so it’s tempting to think that that’s just as good as seeing the pictures themselves.

The problem is, as someone who did PR for several years, I can attest to the fact that a picture is worth a thousand words, and a video is thirty pictures a second.  I’ve also said that I would concede every word ever written for total lockdown control of images and videos.

When it comes to generating outrage, seeing dindus > reading about dindus. Which is why World Star Hip Hop has done a lot more to turn people against the black undertow than American Renaissance ever has.

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2 responses

11 07 2017
David In TN

“BART Withholding Surveillance Videos to Avoid ‘Stereotypes'”

Any stereotype is based on reality.

16 07 2017
WordPress Reader

Sailer called it the “Eyes of Samsung.”

https://www.unz.com/isteve/the-eye-of-sauron-v-the-eyes-of-samsung/




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