Buildings Catch Fire, Masses Go Mad

Burning passions, absent intelligence, formula for disaster

I always find it intriguing how the Masses are UTTERLY STUPID and MISLED and INSANE, like about the "seven black church arsons."

Six burne churches

And by Masses I include the Judas Goats of the LaughingStock Media.

Check out the Daily Mail article from which the pictures above were taken.

Headline: SIX black churches stretching from Georgia to Ohio are burned down in seven days: Fears of tide of 'racist' violence as three are confirmed as arson

So, three of the churches burning are unrelated to arson, and the arsons may not be related to each other, but IGNORANT BUFFOON HEADLINE SCANNERS are easily led to the notion that RACISTS BURN SIX CHURCHES! Oh, now it's SEVEN… unrelated fires.

Nickarama at Weasel Zippers breaks down the church burnings.
Here's a short link to the article which you can pass along:

…according to police more like a vandalism/kids thing
…possible arson
…‘white’ church, hit by lightning
…Arson …damage to youth area
…don’t know
…likely touched off by electrical short
…preliminary examination indicates it is not arson. …

The Masses are easily inflamed, not just from their ready, generally uninformed indignation, but because they are specifically, abysmally, ignorant of history.

We've had a "spate of black church burnings" before,* more than once, and guess what? Just like now, it's often black-on-black vandalism, for various reasons, plus untimely coincidence (mostly not arson).

Why is this news? Not because of a hate wave, but because a messed-up kid gunned down some innocent people and the Masses blamed it on the Confederacy and Republicans, so now everything is a hate crime (I exaggerate — barely — for emphasis). Nobody asks, what's the usual rate of these old wooden churches burning during the seasons of repairs and air conditioning? Hatemongers and race-baiters thrive on jumping to conclusions to fan the flames of division and suspicion.

The Masses have the opposite of the cover of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Their book just says, "#PANIC!"

Panic Media
On TruthRevolt, the lovely and talented Michelle Malkin covers "agenda-driven journalism," including past panics: Fanning the Flames of Another Black Church Arson Hoax