18 January, 2015

History for Newbies: the 1974 Hi-Fi Murders in Utah

Posted by Socrates in black behavior vs. white behavior, black crime, black violence, crime, history, History for newbies, Socrates, Utah, War On White People at 9:58 pm | Permanent Link

Black armed robbers of a stereo shop forced their five bound, White victims to drink drain cleaner. An extremely brutal crime that is hardly mentioned today.

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  7. 8 Responses to “History for Newbies: the 1974 Hi-Fi Murders in Utah”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      Well, at least those evil niggers were eventually put to death. I certainly hope they suffered a great deal on the execution table before succumbing. The stupid, cowardly liberals at Channel 4 obviously tried to temper the Nigger-on-human aspect of this story by putting a shitty “450 years of the Africoon-American Experience” banner on the top and on the right side of the webpage. I despise the Jewsmedia more than words can express.

    2. Howdy Doody Says:

      They were in the USAF too. Their are some sites left on this crime that go in to all the details.

      Ogden was 100% White then, very little of any crime.

      The nigs were on a week end pass from the local base.

      There was another USAF nig from Killadelphia who was stationed in CO. and would go home to rape and murder and then leave town.

      There was a USAF nig discharged with a BCD in 1957 who was not busted till a few years ago for murdering elderly White. When he got out of prison in 1963, he got a job with the State of CA. visiting elderly widows living alone. WHO hire him ? He had a spawn whose busted too. Just can’t remember his name.

      Our people are to this day very brain washed. Most women from 18 to 80 do not want to know any facts etc.

    3. Dick Flatbush Says:

      Howdy Doody, well said. After interacting and dealing with women for over 40 years now, I can tell you they have no place in the public discourse, or voting. They are reality proof for the most part and will always do whatever will make them popular, desired or enviable or cause drama (the female word for excitement). They live in their emotions and their pleasure is derived mostly from their emotions. They go against what is sensible because it causes turmoil, and they never would want to be bothered with hard facts or decisions. For women, whoever is in power is right. This is why you see all the race mixing between white women and blacks. They know blacks and non-whites are held in high regard, and white men can’t protect their own image from the media barrage, so women side with the non-whites no matter what the reality of these beasts is.

    4. -jc Says:

      Dick: Agreed; two of the most liberalizing pieces of legislation in U.S. history: So called woman’s suffrage and the 18-year-old vote.

      Back to the article: Mormons and Blacks at the time of these rapes, tortures, and murders and once not a particular bad place to live, Utah. At a well-publicized San Jose State football game, on or about 1969, the Black Student Union held up a banner throughout much of the game that read, “Fuck B.Y.U.” College officials permitted it and the Mormon Church caved-in and changed.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_people_and_Mormonism

      (Since her baptism in 1997, Gladys Knight has sought to raise awareness of black people in the LDS Church.)

      From the mid-1800s until 1978, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) had a policy which prevented most men of black African descent from being ordained to the church’s lay priesthood. This resulted in these members being unable to participate in some [temple ordinations]. Though the church had an open membership policy for all races, relatively few black people who joined the church retained active membership,[1] despite reassurance that the ban would one day be lifted when “all the other descendants of Adam have received the promises and enjoyed the blessings of the priesthood and the keys thereof”.[2]

      Historically, Mormon attitudes about race were generally close to those of other Americans.[3][4] Accordingly, before the civil rights movement, the LDS Church’s policy went largely unnoticed and unchallenged.[5][6] Beginning in the 1960s, however, the church was criticized by civil rights advocates and religious groups, and in 1969 several church leaders voted to rescind the policy, but the vote was not unanimous among the members of the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apotles, so the policy stood. In 1978, the First Presidency and the Twelve, led by Spencer W. Kimball, declared they had received a revelation instructing them to reverse the racial restriction policy. The change seems to have been prompted at least in part by problems facing mixed race converts in Brazil. Today, the church opposes racism in any form and has no racial policy.[7]

      In 1997, there were approximately 500,000 black members of the LDS Church, accounting for about five percent of the total membership; most black members live in Africa, Brazil, and the Caribbean.[8]

      More at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_people_and_Mormonism

    5. -jc Says:

      … Not to mention this just in that, “Race relations today seem in some ways more poisonous than in 1965, when there were vast deposits of goodwill and LBJ pushed through the Voting Rights Act easily, 77-19 in the Senate and 328-74 in the House. Only two Republican Senators voted against the VRA.”

      http://buchanan.org/blog/selma-50-years-on-15490

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was meant to put the Confederacy back under Union occupation. It remains Union-occupied territory to this very day. I’m sure that not even General Sherman would have approved of this.

    7. Big Man Says:

      “I despise the Jewsmedia more than words can express.”

      Who cares?

      “I’m sure that not even General Sherman would have approved of this.”

      Approved of what?

    8. -jc Says:

      The author of the torture, rape, murders, the Hi-Fi Murders Revisited article for ABC, who dismissed them as a “robbery gone bad,” who didn’t mention the race of the perpetrators, ladies and gentlemen:

      “Marcos was born in the Big Horn basin country of Northern Wyoming. His parents settled there in 1932. They were from Mexico, doing migratory work throughout the western states.

      “As a youngster, Marcos quickly learned that hoeing sugar beets would not be a good career choice. Luckily, college at Northwest College and the University of Wyoming steered Marcos from agriculture to journalism. ..”