21 August, 2013

Boys Murdered by Indians, Sheridan County, Nebraska, 1893

Posted by Socrates in 'hate', 'hate' crimes, 'Indians', anti-White themes, brown crime, brown culture, history, History for newbies, Socrates at 12:20 pm | Permanent Link

Two 16-year-old boys (James Bacon and William Kelley) were sent out from the ranch they lived on to find some missing horses. They later stopped at another ranch, and at that ranch, some White men had had a feud with some Indians over a card game. The Indians planned to return to the ranch and kill the White men. Meanwhile, neighbors of the boys had become worried since the boys had not returned from gathering the missing horses. A search party later found the boys: they had been attacked. Kelley was dead, but Bacon was still alive. The Indians had attacked the two boys instead of attacking the men at the ranch. The search party wanted to take the Bacon boy home, but he didn’t want to leave Kelley’s body alone so he refused to return home with the men. When the men returned the next day with a wagon, they discovered that the Indians had returned during the night and killed Bacon. The families of the boys were so upset by the incident that they moved to another state. An Indian named Two Sticks was arrested and tried for the murders of the two boys at Fort Meade, South Dakota. He was found guilty and hanged. (Sounds like a ‘hate crime’ to me).

(This true crime event is mentioned in the book “Recollections of Sheridan County, Nebraska” [Sheridan County, Nebraska; Iron Man Industries, 1976], p. 158)


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  7. 11 Responses to “Boys Murdered by Indians, Sheridan County, Nebraska, 1893”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      I don’t understand. Why didn’t the search party return with BOTH the Bacon boy AND the body of the Kelley boy? Or failing that, why didn’t a few guys from the search party armed with shotguns and rifles stay with the Kelley boy’s body out on the plains until the next morning? You don’t just leave the body of a dead White boy abandoned overnight on the plains. It could get eaten by coyotes, or something. Why wasn’t the sheriff notified about Kelley’s death as soon as it was discovered? Why wasn’t every Prairie Nigger within a 200 mile radius of the Kelley boy’s corpse rounded up and shot? Who told you this story, some feeble-minded 108 year-old in a nursing home?

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      This story is so flimsy and devoid of facts it could easily qualify for inclusion in the New Testament.

    3. fd Says:

      Another day at the office for the news media. Crimes like these cannot be used to promote or justify White racism. But these crimes do highlight the reality that Whites are defeated at the hands of non-Whites more often than not.

      Remember the deer hunters who were slaughtered by the Hmong hunter. I scoffed at race websites that used that event to justify racism. The people across America viewed the killings as defeated Whites against one slant eye. Had that assault occured in South La. or East Texas, the Hmong hunter may have been transformed into Swiss cheese.

    4. Thom McQueen Says:

      Ya just don’t leave bacon out in the hot prairie sun like that.

    5. Tim McGreen Says:

      Now, our friend Thom here is someone else whom I don’t understand. You claim that you are good at airbrushing pictures of butterflies and rainbows on the titties of Red Indian squaws because they, the squaws, I mean, like the fact that you don’t molest them with your airbrush? Is this correct?

    6. Thom McQueen Says:

      Tim,. #1, they are ARyans, not injuns
      #2, I airbrush their bushes and their titiites and their buttocks and
      #3 , I don’t molest them with my airbrush, my hands, or my penis and
      #4, they trust me and it is a spiritual experience, it is not sexual at all, it makes them feel beautiful and innocent, it gives them an excuse to walk around naked in front of everyone, and

      #5, I think I might issue a subpenis for you, my friend!

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Body_painting_at_the_Fremont_Solstice_2013.jpg

    7. Tim McGreen Says:

      The more contact I have with people the more I prefer the company of frogs and birds.

    8. Thom McQueen Says:

      Lad, you just need to come to a fairy-fest! It is the supreme expression of White art and conscijousness. There are also frogs and birds.

    9. Sri Sreggin Das, Mystic Yogi of the Kali Yuga Says:

      Many of our finest thinkers have become disillusioned with the foibles of mankind, even from the earliest days of our race. A study of history, and even a casual perusal of modern events, can reduce a sensitive person to the darkest despair.

      Christian thinkers such as C.S. Lewis have posited that this despair leads us to either hate mankind, or to look upon them with sympathy and forgiveness, which, according to him, is the Christian way.

      I propose another way–forget mankind, and look unto the heavens and the seasons. Go out under the night stars and learn the constellations. Learn the signs of the comings and goings of the seasons (the signs of Fall are already upon us). In this way, a person can learn his place in the universe, and reconnect to that earthly and intuitive part of himself.

      One man and his wife (and I emphasize, WIFE) have reported to me that they engage in starwatching in the nude, in order to reconnect to their earthly inheritance. It has done wonders, he said, for their marriage and their acceptance of reality.

      One can also arise at 4 AM and go walking in the dark woods. The soft fall of the moonlight on the vegetation turns the forest into an enchanted place, and enables one to see it with “beginner’s eyes.” Habitual devotees of this practice claim to have seen enchanted beings among the foliage.

      I promise you, either of these methods is worth the effort, and is a natural way to empowerment. It puts everything into perspective without any kind of religious doctrinal mumbo-jumbo.

      There is magic enough in the natural world if you know how to see it!

    10. Tim McGreen Says:

      Walking nekkid in the woods at 4am? Suppose you get bitten by a raccoon with rabies, or whacked in the ass by a tree branch?? Damn those PBS-type White liberals and their need for “spiritual journeys of self-discovery”. Ppppppfffppphhhhtttttppppp.

      Less introspection and more killing, I say.

    11. Thom McQueen Says:

      Tim, come to a FaeryFest. No racoons will bite you. The girls that I airbrush walk about wearing only a thin layer of paint, and no one whacks them on the buddha or anything of that sort.
      It is the supreme festival of white unity.