Maybe We Should Pass Laws To Keep White People From Moving Into Black Neighborhoods

White people ruin everything

White people ruin everything

Via Buffoon Juice:

Whites who gentrified Oakland are calling the police on innocent Black residents

East Oakland is one of the last locations in the Bay Area with reasonable prices for housing. The area, which is historically Black, is being gentrified by White residents. But like most cases of gentrification, the new White residents are viewing the existing Black residents as menaces to the neighborhood.

According to reports by East Bay Express, Whites are calling the police on innocent Blacks in Oakland at an alarming rate. Taking data from the website, Whites have called the police on Blacks for walking down the street, knocking on a door, and not picking up dog poop. The White residents have also called the police on Black salesmen and postal workers who were delivering items. White residents have also hired private officers to patrol the neighborhood.

Members of the Oakland Police Department have even shared that they are being forced to respond to baseless 911 calls. Police currently get over 700 calls per month on suspicious vehicles and people every month.

The response by White residents proves how racist attitudes are an essential part of the gentrification of Black neighborhoods. Along with the racial profiling, the gentrification has allowed some property owners to increase rent by as much as 120 percent due to a rise in value. It has forced some Black residents who can’t afford the increases to move.

The reverse of White flight is occurring across America. As a result, the racist biases will continue until there are legal repercussions for racial profiling by citizens.

Maybe we should pass laws to keep white people from moving into black neighborhoods. If you let one in then they start bringing their white friends and family in and before you know it there are white people everywhere! White people have different language and culture. Next thing that happens is property values start going up!

Oh, the humanity!

Here is the original East Bay Express article. It’s a real mess.

“Gentrification” is the term for when people with money start moving into poorer neighborhoods looking for real estate bargains they can fix up. In practice it means white people moving into or encroaching on minority neighborhoods. It is not the reverse of the so-called “white flight” because the new residents are not moving from the suburbs to the cities, because in many cases they are just moving to different neighborhoods of the cities.

Brooklyn and Oakland are two places where gentrification has become an issue. This is because the cost of real estate is so high in NYC and the SF Bay Area that poor people are being priced out of the market. If left unchecked it results in urban renewal that requires no government spending, and increased property tax revenues.


When white people move out it’s racist. When white people move in it’s racist.

If you are a black homeowner in a neighborhood that is gentrifying you will get the benefit of increased property values. If you own rental property in such neighborhoods you will be able to charge more for rent.

But if you are a poor renter you are eventually going to have to find someplace new to live. Life is hard. My family had to move to California because of the Dust Bowl.

The answer, according to anti-gentrification advocates, is government intervention. They don’t say so explicitly but their goal is to keep white people out.

The word for that is “segregation”.


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91 Responses to Maybe We Should Pass Laws To Keep White People From Moving Into Black Neighborhoods

  1. Myiq2xu says:

    • swanspirit says:

      Now you have done it. Look at that love . She is going to want a real one eventually 😉 How could you say no to that face ?

      • Myiq2xu says:

        I don’t even try.

        • cynic says:

          I’m warning you Klown, this is how it starts. Hubby would give my daughter horsey rides on his knee, then, for the Christmas that she was 18 mos. old, the kids got those horses on springs that you could bounce on, or go back and forth. On Christmas night, she fell asleep on it, and my hubby caught her as she was falling off. Every night, she would kiss it goodnight.

          At 2 1/2, and still horse crazy, we found ourselves buying a house in the country that had formerly had a riding stable on the property. It’s a long story how we got there, but yes, we bought that house so that she could have a horse. It was the best thing that we could do for her. Horse riding and 4H gave her confidence (lots of horse shows), and a great group of hard working, horse crazy girlfriends.

          On the day she got married, her horse friends surprised her and dressed up her horse
          (complete with boutonnière) and had him waiting as she came out of the church. He gave the happy couple kisses, and it made our paper

          When I see the picture of Lilybug smiling and hugging that horse, I’m thinking to myself, aaah, this is how it all starts. Lookout!

          • Myiq2xu says:

            When Taylor Swift needed horses for her recent music video, the pop star filled this blank space with two stallions from Mount Airy.

            The two horses from Spring Fever Farm, named Chico and Paco, were featured in three scenes of the hit music video “Blank Space,” including one where Swift and co-star Sean O’Pry ride the horses.

            Diana Beuchert, the horses’ owner, said she received the call for her horses to be in Swift’s music video last September, a welcome surprise after trying to break into the animal talent industry for years.

            “Three times over the last two years, I got offered a job, put in a bid, and didn’t get it,” Beuchert said, recalling how close one of her horses came to appearing in a commercial about George Washington riding a white stallion.

            But this was Beuchert’s “big break,” her agent said, swearing the horse owner to secrecy.

            “She said, ‘You cannot breathe a word of this to anyone; it’s Taylor Swift and it’s her music video,’” Beuchert recalled her agent saying. “I just about dropped the phone.”

            Two days later, Beuchert and one of her employees working on the farm loaded Chico and Paco into a horse trailer at 12:30 a.m. and drove until they reached Long Island, New York, six hours later.

            “We got there at 6:30 a.m. and we waited, and waited, and waited,” Beuchert said, noting that the first scene with the two horses was filmed at 11 a.m.

            In this shot, Swift sings “got a long list of ex-lovers, they’ll tell you I’m insane” while riding Chico through the driveway of Oheka Castle in Long Island as O’Pry rides Paco next to her. Beuchert said Chico took a liking to Swift during the filming of this scene.

            “She was talking to him and petting him,” Beuchert said.

            After the scene, Beuchert walked Chico around the courtyard grounds to keep the horse busy when the director called her over.

            “The director said, ‘Tie the horse to that tree and get out of the way,’” Beuchert recalled.

            The horses were scheduled to be in only two scenes — the driveway and bedroom — but Beuchert followed his instructions, and backed away.

            Crews filmed Swift hitting a tree with an ax, destroying the place where her character carved the lovers’ initials in the music video. Although Swift was only acting, Chico, who stood tied up to the tree, was disturbed by her violent outburst.

            “When (Swift) started beating that tree, he was very upset,” Beuchert said.

            The horses and caretakers waited on the set well into the evening, readying for the final scene at about 9:30 p.m. Soon after, Swift “and her entourage” walked onto the stage, which was a bedroom where Swift would sit in the bed as Chico stood next to her, Beuchert said.

            “Chico stood there bare naked for one hour while they shot (the) scene over and over,” Beuchert said. “It was really interesting, but very tiring.”

            After the final shot, the director declared “Cut, and that’s a wrap,” Beuchert said, and Chico walked out of the room as if on cue.

            “Chico, who was on the carpet, turns and walks to the door,” Beuchert recalled. “It was hysterical. I ran after Chico … (but he) was like ‘I’m outta here.’”

            After staying awake for almost 44 hours, Beuchert and her employee readied the horses for the six-hour drive home and hit the road, struggling to stay awake.


          • cynic says:

            Daughter’s first horse, a black/white paint, was hauled out to the Hampton’s. Jill Rappaport, (author of People We Know, Horses They Love
            She worked as the entertainment correspondent for NBC’s Today Show.) loved black/white paints was going to buy it. Once they got it out there, she was shocked that it wasn’t trained yet, and rejected him. That became a bit of a mess because the ownership papers had been filled out like she was the owner. We had to get her to sign off the registration papers (figuring out how to get in contact with someone famous was interesting).

            Her second horse is also somewhat famous. It was bred by Rita Crundwell, the woman from Dixon, IL that stole 53 million to fund her horse obsession. Daughter bought the foal from someone who bought it at the auction, and then died shortly thereafter, from cancer. The quarter horse is a real beauty, and is huge.

          • foxyladi14 says:

            Thank you. 😀

  2. DeniseVB says:

    From downstairs…. Enjoy!

  3. SHV says:

    “The response by White residents proves how racist attitudes are an essential part of the gentrification of Black neighborhoods.”
    That is the problem with “disproportionate=racist”. Disproportionate to population or to crime committed by? In my medium sized city, the AA population is ~42% and violent crime by AAs is ~87-90%, gun crime and murder >98%. Bloomberg caught sh*t when he pointed out that White New Yorker were disproportionately affected by “stop and frisk”.

  4. Myiq2xu says:

    This is why I call it “Buffoon Juice”:

    goblue72 says:
    October 21, 2015 at 6:27 pm
    @srv: If you are making some argument that white techies moving to Oakland because SF rents are going up as some counter-factual to the existing systemic displacement of people of color from city neighborhoods that is a function in part of a racist society – and that its all just the same thing… then you are more retarded than I thought.

    goblue72 says:
    October 21, 2015 at 6:29 pm
    @Myiq2xu: You really are out to lunch. The relative power dynamics that in part a function of a systemically racist society does indeed make things different. Sorry if your little brain can’t get around that concept.

    Myiq2xu says:
    October 21, 2015 at 6:35 pm
    @goblue72: What a load of racist crap!

  5. 1539days says:

    I’ve pointed out before that if Black parents want to get their kids out of the cycle of crime, the fastest way is to move to a White neighborhood.

  6. Myiq2xu says:

    He got to meet one of his heroes.

  7. Myiq2xu says:

  8. Venus says:

    Did you hear that idiot Slow-Joe Biden “presidential announcement that he isn’t running”? I guess sympathy for dead family members don’t go as far as they used to.

    However, something stinks about this set up — who the hell announces they aren’t running for president in the fucking ROSE GARDEN with Obama by his side? And I do mean that it is Hillary who is being set up. (Of course, as far as I’m concerned when she abandoned her 8 million voters and threw in with Obama in 2008, she’s getting what she deserves).

    Nonetheless, the BEST part of Slow-Joe’s speech was his swipes at Hillary over Republicans not being the “enemy” — this SOB has called Republicans and Tea Partiers TERRORISTS and that they wanted to put blacks “BACK IN CHAINS” and he has the gall to take the high road?

    Fuck him. Hard.

      • Somebody says:

        Hey FF, have you ever heard of Cabin Bluff in Woodbine? I’ve lived here my entire life and had never heard of it until the other day when there was a write up about a wedding there in Amelia Island Magazine. It’s like White Oak Plantation, I lived down the road from White Oak and didn’t know it was there until the Clintons went there in the 90’s.

        Anyway I’d never heard of Cabin Bluff and I immediately wondered if you had, since it’s in Woodbine. Apparently it’s mostly for corporate type events, but sometimes they have open weekends where individuals or couples can book a room. If they do any more of the open weekend deals I think I’ll surprise hubby with a trip, it looks like our kind of place…….quiet and secluded! They may have to call the cops to make me leave at check out time, LOL!

    • leslie says:

      It wouldn’t surprise me if this is all a setup to draft Biden at the convention. How else can bronco hurt Hillary any worse than before? That would be even more painful to her and to her supporters who have been waiting 8 years for HRC’s nomination.
      And he’s just the assf*%#er who would do that. After all, he double crossed his first mentor in Chicago politics all those years ago.

      • Venus says:

        I suspect you’re right. I can see an FBI indictment for Hillary (re: private server) between the end of the primaries/right before the convention. Biden then swoops in to “save the day” for the Dems.


        • leslie says:

          Disgusting is not even close. I think obama is malevolent. I also think he’s somehow turned Biden into a puppet.

      • 1539days says:

        Hillary saved Obama’s ass by joining his cult in 2008 and most of us knew it was the wrong move, especially the ones who supported her.

        • leslie says:

          So true. And bronco knows that she saved his ass. It wouldn’t surprise me to learn he resents her and WJC and wants to render them powerless. Kinda like the BLM crowd who grew up living off the gov’t and now wants the same gov’t to bow to their (BLM) every wish.
          You don’t bite the hand that feeds you unless and until you are strong enough to take it away and leave them lying in the gutter. . .

      • votermom says:

        I didn’t even think of that. But it’s just the kind of low handed dirty trick he would do.

        • leslie says:

          Even Mika said she thinks “there’s more to it than” what we saw in the Rose Garden yesterday. Interesting.

          • cynic says:

            Yea, he ran out of time.

            I just saw a twitter picture of Obama and Biden in the Oval office. Biden, in a chair, with his speech in his lap, and pen in hand. Obama is standing over him and it looks like they are going over Biden’s speech.

            Everything is being carefully orchestrated. Stay tuned for the second act.

  9. NewOrleans says:

    Freedom Caucus caves like the pussies they are. Paul Ryan will be Speaker.

    • Somebody says:

      This has all been theater, we’re going to end up with amnesty PDQ. Amnesty and who knows how many “refugees” and how many more H-1-B’s, we’re so fucked.

      Ryan wants open borders, thinks it’s best for businesses to flood the market with cheap labor…..taking a cue from Venus I say, fuck him hard too. Fuck them all.

  10. Myiq2xu says:

    • leslie says:

      I quit watching in the 6th inning last night. 😦

    • cynic says:

      I have never heard such cuss words coming from hubby’s mouth during Tue. nights game. We watched a total of 30 min. last night. sigh

      Better luck next year.

  11. Myiq2xu says:

  12. Myiq2xu says:
  13. piper says:

    VM, you asked about olallieberry earlier – here the info
    The Olallieberry (pronounced oh-la-leh), is a hybrid of a raspberry (Loganberry) and a blackberry (Youngberry). “Olallie” is the Chinook word for berry.

    • votermom says:

      Thanks! I have never seen it here, or maybd never noticed.

      • cynic says:

        I had never heard of it before either, and I’ve been an avid gardener for 35 years. I had to do a bit of research and then realized that it’s a Zone 6. I’m Zone 5, so no Olallieberries for me.

        • 49erDweet says:

          We inherited and discovered them when we bought a home in Salinas. To optimize their harvest the mature canes need to be cut back every year (two year cane cycle) but boy, are they worth it.

          • cynic says:

            It’s always fun to inherit fruiting plants. We inherited lots of mulberry trees, thanks to the birds. That’s ok, I like to eat them as well, and the white mulberries are delicious. One other benefit – they ripen the same time as cherries, so the birds eat them instead.

            How much jam/jelly do you put up? I went to a link, and it’s rather expensive.

          • 49erDweet says:

            We have only eight main vines. Most years over a 4 month harvest we can a half case of qts and full case + of pts. Plus scarf down 3 or 4 cobblers, use some everyday in smoothies, give some to the neighbors and feed a gazillion birds, possums and critters.

          • cynic says:

            Yum, do you ever freeze them for cobbles later? I’m so envious. always wanting what I can’t have.

          • 49erDweet says:

            Oh yeah. Keep a few batches from past crops frozen for comparison purpose, too. /wink/

  14. simofish says:

    When I lived in Oakland 4 years ago they were rated a 4 out of 100 for crime – the latter being the goal number — last time I checked (6 months ago) they rated a 0 — only way to go is up ….. but I am sure someone will come along and say it was the white people that moved the dial.

    I didn’t move back to Oakland because of the crime. We moved to Concord.

    • Myiq2xu says:

      I live in the Central Valley. For decades now the high cost of living has been pushing poor people of all races out of the Bay Area and lots of them come here. They bring with them all the problems associated with low-income areas.

      • 1539days says:

        The problem with blaming the wealthy for everything is they take they’re ball and go to a new home.

        They still have the ball.

        • simofish says:

          I also bought where I could afford. I didn’t want to have a mortgage. I may have gotten into something in Oakland ….. but honestly …. I was sick of the crime. I was so happy when corporate America moved us to Dallas …. as I get older feeling safe in the neighborhood is huge. I live in a cul de sac …. at the very end with total privacy.

          • elliesmom says:

            It’s been so long since I locked my doors, I’m going to have look really hard for the keys when I turn the house over to my daughter. Might even have to change the locks. I don’t think I could be happy in a house where I was worried about crime all of the time.

  15. elliesmom says:

    I’m such a good grandmother I keep promises I never made. Crash and I went to visit one of my college friends who lives near my new house. She has apple trees, and she let Crash pick apples. They were kind of tart to eat, and I told Crash they’d make good pies. She’s coming to visit tomorrow, and she told me we’re having apple pie for lunch because I “promised”. So my oven is filled with apple pies. A big one and a couple of Crash-sized ones. It smells great here, but I really just want to go to bed. Elliesdad is rummaging through the freezer for some ice cream so I expect I’ll be up a bit longer. 😉

    • lyn says:

      Nom nom!

    • cynic says:

      Apple pie, my favorite fruit pie. Lemon meringue, coconut creme, pumpkin….oh wait, I love all pies!

      Marie Callendars makes a pretty good apple pie in a pinch.

      I can’t believe that you’re moving, and still have time to make pies! I take it you’re downsizing. Are you having a sale, or leaving it behind for your daughter?

      • elliesmom says:

        Cooking and baking are stress relievers for me so I won’t pack up the kitchen until a week before the move. We’re leaving some things behind for our daughter and donating lots to a household goods ministry that helps furnish homes for the homeless. The one heart breaker is my antique china closet. It’s 94″ tall and the new ceilings are only 88″. It’s not appropriate for the homeless folks, and my daughter isn’t into antiques the way I am. I may have to sell that. Her hubby has a better idea of how much it would cost if she changes her mind about wanting something like it so he asked me to wait on my decision. lol

        • cynic says:

          That makes things so much easier. We had to empty four houses (parents on both sides, and two aunts w/no children) over a very short period of time. It’s so hard to part with stuff that has memories attached. I ended up with items (including furniture) of theirs in every room in our house. Yes, even a small dresser now sits in one bathroom. It’s great for towels, tp, soap, etc.

          We now have a business in our town that does this for families, and sells the stuff in a big showroom. They do a great job decorating and arranging the stuff in the showrooms. They call it estate sales, but it also has stuff from people that are just downsizing.

  16. Myiq2xu says:

  17. westcoaster says:

    South Park was fascinating today- especially what happened at the very end.

  18. Dora says:

    Congratulations New York Mets!! Let’s take it all the way this year. 🙂 🙂

    Mets are going to the World Series

  19. DeniseVB says:

    So, Hillary was offered to testify in private but chose to make it public ? Oh what a toughie she is standing up to those evil enemy Republicans out to steal her crown. Here’s a sneak peek at this morning’s event, Hillary’s opening statement ….. 😉

  20. helenk3 says:

    As someone who used have to drive through Oakland late at night, anything that could help should be applauded.
    One night I was driving home from work and some Oakland team had won, there were cars coming from every direction toward the street I was driving on. I had never seen cars that go up and down in the front. Could not wait to get out of there. Called work and told one of my co-worker to avoid that area if she could when driving home.
    I worked in a old building down on the tracks between the Emeryville and Oakland train stations. Worked by my self at night. Had a small baseball bat in the desk drawer for protection. Doors kept locked. Interesting times

  21. votermom says:

    on tv just now
    Breaking Special Forces rescue ISIS hostages.
    thats all they said. No details.

  22. helenk3 says:

    I just heard the best description of Hillary on Benghazi.
    she ” refuses to take ownership”
    two Navy SEALS on Fox answering a question they were asked about the hearing

  23. votermom says:

    this sounds way more exciting than the Hillary hearings:

    Vatican summit erupts into theological slugfest over vision for church

    At one point during a major summit of the Roman Catholic hierarchy that ends this weekend, a senior conservative bishop took the floor inside the Vatican’s assembly hall and promptly charged his liberal peers with doing the devil’s work.

  24. Myiq2xu says:

    This idiot is a reporter for the NYT:

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