Georgia NAACP Continues It's Support of Violent Attacks on Teenage Black Girls- Attempts to Intimidate Law Enforcement in Creflo Dollar Case
Thank you Creflo Dollar for providing a platform to display the malevolence and indifference that the institutions of the Black community have towards Black girls. Over the weekend we saw large segments of the Black church reaffirm their support of the violent oppression of Black girls by supporting the alleged choking, slapping, body slamming, and punching of Creflo Dollar's 15 year old daughter. Now the NAACP wants a piece of that pro-violence against women action.
Despite the fact that there is absolutely NO EVIDENCE of law enforcement impropriety, the NAACP is intervening on behalf of the pastor of a 30,000 member congregation, because multi-millionaire Creflo Dollar is unable to defend himself against the mean old evil law enforcement agency Dollar's daughter had to call to come rescue her. This was a TEXT BOOK domestic violence response. The aggressor in a physical dispute got carted off to jail... AS HE SHOULD HAVE BEEN! For the record, when I call 911, I'd like the cops to show up. Thank you in advance.
The arrest came after Dollar’s 15-year-old daughter and a witness, the girl’s 19-year-old sister, told deputies that their father physically assaulted the 15-year-old.
“Today, many parents in any household have vivid recollections of being firmly disciplined during childhood and can directly reflect on how that discipline made them better adults. In order to ensure fairness [translation: in order to scare law enforcement into letting Dollar WALK], the NAACP wants to make sure that first responders to alleged domestic parent/child dispute calls are skillfully trained to clearly distinguish discipline from child abuse,” the NAACP press release said.
Fayette County NAACP President John E. Jones also weighed in on the topic.
“We simply want to make sure that Pastor Dollar is allowed to be a responsible parent and discipline his children,” said Jones. “Parenting children in this day and time can be very challenging because many children believe that they can call the police at any time to stop any unwanted discipline. Little do they know that this can subject their parent or them to an arrest. Conversely, unruly or undisciplined children could get physically hurt or suffer worse punishment when they act out and come in contact with law enforcement. African-American children suffer the most in this situation. The parents are in a dilemma whether to forgo disciplining their children or to leave it up to law enforcement. Should we be apathetic, lax or indifferent and let the courts send our unruly children to jail or should we as parents do our duty and appropriately discipline our children? These are the questions every parent is asking today. The responsibility of the NAACP is to get out front and ask these culturally sensitive questions that affect the fundamental cause of freedom, equality and justice.”
Essentially echoing the statements of the local branch, the press release noted that Georgia State Conference NAACP President Edward O. DuBose is seeking factual information on how Pastor Dollar was handled and wants to make sure there is not a rush to judgment or a pattern of behavior by Fayette County officials towards a particular segment of its citizens. The Citizen.
There is a RUSH TO JUDGEMENT... against Creflo Dollar's two daughters. These KNEE GROWS are saying that girls should be CHOKED if they are unruly. This is NOT about discipline. This is about ABUSE. Either he choked this young woman or he didn't. Either he's a liar or both of his daughters are lying. I find it HARD to believe the 19 year old is going to side with her 15 year old sister just for kicks. If she told police Creflo choked her little sister, I believe her until she says otherwise.
This is part of a disturbing pattern by the Georgia chapters of the NAACP. They clearly hate Black women. It pains me to say this, but the men and women who run those organization don't value the lives of Black women and girls and they constantly put this on display.
If you will recall, it was the Georgia NAACP that fed Shirley Sherrod to the wolves.
If you will recall it was ANOTHER Georgia NAACP, the West Metro chapter gave rapist Genarlow Wilson and award for having sex with an unconscious 17 year old girl with a half dozen of his buddies and making child pornography. In addition, Mr. Wilson was convicted of raping a 14 year old girl. For that, the NAACP gave Mr. Wilson an award. For doing what exactly? Hitting the record button?:
Nationally syndicated radio host Warren Ballentine, who has used his show to speak out against what he considers racial injustices called the award "a wonderful thing." Augusta Chroncile.
Now just read about the brutality Mr. Wilson metted out to his 17 year old victim:
The videotape was "Exhibit A" because it depicts a horrific crime: a gang rape of a semi-conscious, 17-year-old girl, followed by a bizarre display of sexual precociousness by a 15-year-old girl. That's the truth recorded by Genarlow and his friends that fateful night. I suspect that is also why Ms. Bernstein hated it whenever McDade used it to rebut her version of Genarlow's crime.
No matter how much (two glasses of Cognac) the 17-year-old may have had to drink, no matter how much she may have flirted with those boys, she did not consent to having sex with all of them, one right after the other. Yet it never occurred to the "smart" and "spiritual" Genarlow to say, "Stop it. We should not be doing this." No. Genarlow watched, waited and gladly took his turn. When they were through raping her, Genarlow helped his friends drag the comatose victim to the bathroom. They opened the door, pushed her in, watched as she fell to the floor and closed the door. I guess she wasn't much fun anymore. SOURCE
Although it was not the Georgia NAACP, the West Palm Beach Florida Chapter marched on behalf of four teenaged boys who gang raped a Black mother and child.
The NAACP wrote a brief on behalf of a man who raped an 8 year old. It was a particularly BRUTAL attack. I'm providing redacted facts:
Patrick O. Kennedy, a man from suburban New Orleans, Louisiana, was sentenced to death after being convicted of raping his eight-year-old stepdaughter. The rape was uncommonly brutal: it tore the victim's _____ "from her ____ opening [ ] to her____opening. [It] tore her_____ on the interior such that it separated partially from her cervix and allowed her ____ to protrude into her_____. Invasive emergency surgery was required to repair these injuries.".[
In other words he ripped this little Black girl to peices and the NAACP came running to his aid.
Please keep me informed if these IDIOTS plan on marching for Creflo. They are going to do it. It's what they do, protect men who brutalize Black girls.
The Creflo Dollar case is one where the police DID. THE. RIGHT. THING. It is incredibly common in domestic violence situations where there is a confirmation of a PHYSICAL ATTACK, that someone be taken into custody. Would we rather the police have given Pastor Dollar preferential treatment and later went on to kill his daughter? Because THAT'S exactly what used to happen when law enforcement would respond to DV calls and leave the victim to fend for herself.
The ONLY purpose for the Georgia NAACP to become involved is to insure that Pastor Dollar is allowed to brutalize his teenage daughter without limits. If this was a battle of David vs. Goliath are you really going to argue with a straight face that a 15 year old is the Goliath. There is NO EVIDENCE that the police acted improperly so the only reason for the NAACP to get involved is to suborn justice and destroy the legal protections against violence against girls.
Does it suck to be arrested? Yep. But it sucks more to be killed by your father.