Whitey Whacked

Actions have consequences.

A Mafia hitman and career criminal is suspected of leading the fatal attack on notorious Boston mob boss James ‘Whitey’ Bulger because he hated informants.

Fotios ‘Freddy’ Geas, 51, is under investigation for allegedly instigating a group of men to beat wheelchair-bound Bulger to death with a lock wrapped in a sock and partially gouge his eyes while in maximum security prison Tuesday.

‘Freddy hated rats,’ private investigator Ted McDonough said of Geas, who is serving a life sentence after he was ratted on for the murders of former Genovese crime family mob boss Adolfo ‘Big Al’ Bruno and associate Gary D Westerman in 2003.

Bulger had cut a sweet deal to serve as an FBI informant as far back as 1975, giving him virtual impunity to commit any crime he wanted for decades – except for murder.

The former head of south Boston’s Winter Hill Gang was convicted in 2013 of killing at least 11 people and was serving two life sentences at the time of his death.

‘Freddy hated guys who abused women. Whitey was a rat who killed women. It’s probably that simple,’ McDonough, who became friendly with Geas while working for him as an investigator, revealed to The Boston Globe.

32 Responses to Whitey Whacked

  1. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Isn’t “whitey whacked” the title of the racist liberal manifesto these days?

  2. jjf says:

    Who is the author of this Manifesto, Kevin, and is it available for purchase on Amazon?

  3. jjf says:

    Never seen his show. Didn’t know he was in charge.

    So if I can point you to a racist conservative, I can claim they’re writing the conservative manifesto?

  4. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Jjf,

    If someone is racist, they are not conservative.

    If someone is racist, they are most likely liberal. After all, Republicans had to take the Democrats slaves away in 1863 and it has been a battle with Democrats sorting by race since then.

  5. jjf says:

    Wow, your blinders are tight.  Here’s a definition that I like:

    Ibram X.Kendi, a historian at the University of Florida, proposes a standard. “My definition of a racist idea is a simple one: it is any concept that regards one racial group as inferior or superior to another racial group in any way.”

    So what prevents a conservative from being racist?

  6. Le Roi du Nord says:

    I think we see and hear the racist conservative every day.  After all, he said he was a nationalist, and is no doubt white.

    And if k can make any reasonable comparison between D’s of 1863 and of 2018 I’d like to see it.  Ditto R’s of the same years.

  7. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    jjf,

    I do not disagree with that definition at all.

    What do you think liberals do?  They have to sort people by race, gender, carnal choices, etc for rating in their victimhood pyramid.

    For instance, gay is more victimized than African Americans.   So it is gay before black. Transgenders are always more victimized than women, etc.  Women are now the most victimized in the liberal lexicon today, they are somewhere next to members of the Jewish religion in treatment since hateful anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan is a darling of the left.

    Liberals are rmapant racists.

    Most conservatives I know take the Martin Luther King Jr. approach, WHO WAS REPUBLICAN BTW, to judge people by content of character.

    I don’t care that Candace Owens is black.   I care that Candace Owens is speaking awesome things about America and Conservative values.  Right now, she is probably my favorite conservative leader! Liberals hate her because she is black and saying things not in line with the liberal slave planatation.

     

  8. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Nord,

    90 seconds is all it takes to prove Democrats are the party of slavery.

    https://www.facebook.com/DSouzaDinesh/videos/1665942036765778/

  9. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Nord,

    Here is 65 seconds on the cover-up of Democrat racism since civil war:

    https://www.facebook.com/TheComicalConservative/videos/879815785484934/

  10. Le Roi du Nord says:

    k:

    How about some historical fact rather than the opinions of “conservatives”.  Betcha can’t do it because facts have no bearing on your opinions.

  11. Le Roi du Nord says:

    “Most conservatives I know take the Martin Luther King Jr. approach, WHO WAS REPUBLICAN BTW”.

    https://www.cnn.com/2016/01/15/us/mlk-myths/index.html

  12. jjf says:

    Kevin, if I buy you a copy of Kendi’s “Stamped from the Beginning: A History of Racism in America” book for Christmas, do you promise to read it?

    I’m a fast reader for most books.  Kendi’s book was unusual in that each sentence was dense, not just in a can’t-skim sense, but also with a density of ideas.  I’d find myself reading and re-reading and re-reading.  It’s a thick book, so it took me a while.

    D’Stortz D’Newsa isn’t a historian.  Kendi is.

    I would not consider Farrakhan an important figure on today’s stage.  He hasn’t been for decades.  Maybe you’re flashing back to decades ago, and even then I would have called him a “darling.”  He’s clearly made hateful statements.  His organization has, for decades.

    But be careful where you tread, because there are plenty of Trump fans out there today who are cheerfully more explicit about their fear of the Jew.

    Again, tell me what prevents someone from being racist if they might otherwise be considered a conservative.  Do you think there aren’t people in Wisconsin who hold racist ideas and yet vote for Trump and Walker and call themselves “conservative”?

    If you are concerned with the effects of prejudice of all types and how it gets spun into law, process, and personal interaction, yes, you’ll need to examine the characteristics that drive it.  This discernment does not make you racist.

    Kendi’s book, for example, traces history through the successive lenses of the lives of leaders throughout history, and he cheerfully points out the racist (as per his definition) attitudes of each along the way.

  13. jjf says:

    and even then I would not have called him a “darling.”  

    Corrected.

  14. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Nord,

    CNN=fake news.

    Even if you read and trust CNN article it details the account of MLK’s struggles….all against the Democratic controlled South that put in Jim Crow and segregationist policies. CNN fails to mention that.

    Liberals want to bury their racist past, but continue to be racist in the present!

    Get with the program Nord.

  15. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Jjf,

    Clinton’s and Obama’s were hanging out with Farrakhan just last month!

    It was disgusting.

    Don’t come at me with a lying/CNN like narrative that the hateful Farakhan is no longer a darling of the left.

    Where do you think Obama got his hate of the Jewish nation, Israel from while he was President?

    Let’s stop racism now, abolish liberalism.

  16. Le Roi du Nord says:

    OK, then provide something that isn’t “fake” news, unlike the two sources you posted.

  17. jjf says:

    By “hanging out” you mean being at Aretha Franklin’s funeral, right?

  18. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    JJf,

    Yes.   Farakhan was front and center.   Obama’s and Clinton’s should have refused to be seated by this hate monger….but they didn’t.   He is still the darling of the left, because the left is Anti-Semitic.

    Nord,

    My sources are not fake news.

  19. jjf says:

    So when you attend a funeral, you refuse to sit with your racist relatives?

  20. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    JJF,

    If I was forced to sit next to any racist leftisits in public like that, I would put out an apology press release, and denounce the likes of Farrakhan as soon as funeral was over.

    Neither the Obama’s or Clinton’s did that, because they embrace Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam.   They accept his hate, openly.

    Farrakhan is far more inciting to violence and hate, especially to Jews, than the rest of America combined!

  21. jjf says:

    I’d guess both the Obamas and the Clintons have an entourage of a dozen or more people, and it’s probably someone’s job to watch for conflicts like this, and they probably have a meeting or two about it.  I’m not privy to their decisions.

    In 2008 Obama said “”I decry racism and anti-Semitism in every form and strongly condemn the anti-Semitic statements made by Minister Farrakhan.”

    And the calls for more continue, from you and others.

    These days you’d think he could just say “there’s good people on both sides” and be done with it.

  22. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Jjf,

    If Obama walked that talk, he should have had Farrakhan leave, or he should have left.

  23. Le Roi du Nord says:

    k:

    So you would disrupt someone elses funeral for political purposes?  Have you no shame?

  24. jjf says:

    Well, Nord, one things leads to another.  If you give a mouse a cookie… It’s a game where Kevin can see how few steps it takes to take the topic to the Liberal Manifesto or Obama.  First you start talking about Whitey, then you …

  25. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Leaving the funeral would not have been disruptive.

    Obamas and Clintons did not want to leave, because they embrace Farrakhan and chum with him.    Can you imagine how media were to react if trump hung out at a funeral with Roseanne?

    The media coverage would be such that you thought Hitler was raisedd from the dead!

    I’m tired of you racist liberals getting a pass on hanging out with racists and spewing racism.

    I am sick of being accused of racism as a conservative by racists on the left.  That is why Trump resonates with me so well.   I went from choking out a vote for him grudgingly, to being a solid vote for re-election.   Essentially because Trump is the greatest fighter ever against the evil liberal PC lexicon, and the country is much better for it!

  26. jjf says:

    Actually, Hitler’s ghost has disavowed Trump, too.

    “He’s clearly meshuggah,” Hitler said.

  27. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    jjf,

    If Hitler disavows anyone that automatically makes that person a good person in my book.

    Evil usually denounces the good.

  28. Le Roi du Nord says:

    “Leaving the funeral would not have been disruptive.”   And you would know that how?   Were you there?

    “because they embrace Farrakhan and chum with him”.  Proof?

    PS:  Nobody wants trump at a funeral.  You can look it up.

  29. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Nord,

    It’s crazy the lengths you will go through to justify Farrakhan and your liberal buddies hanging out with him.

    Awful. Just awful.

     

     

  30. Le Roi du Nord says:

    Hey, you brought him up, not me.  It’s all on you.

  31. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Nord,

    I brought him up to show how absurd you are compared to the hate fostered on the leftist side.

    Trump says stupid things, as do you, but it is not a call to violence like average leftists do and say.

    You want to combat violence problem, steer your attention to soft on crime liberals, Antifa, Farrakhan, and urban crime problem.

     

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