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New Black Sheriff Fires White Deputies

 Pictured (left): The new smiling sheriff of Clayton County: Victor Hill.

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New Black Sheriff in Georgia fires White Deputies, Herds them into a prison cell. Posts Black Snipers on the Roof of the Sherriff’s Office and Sends White Deputies home in Paddy Wagons!

Commentary by David Duke

Imagine if a newly elected White sheriff in Georgia fired all the leading Black officers without cause, herded them all in a prison cell, and then sent them all home in prisoner paddy wagons. Imagine if this same White sheriff stationed White deputies as snipers on the roof of the Sheriff’s office to intimidate the newly-fired blacks.

What do you think would happen? I have enough knowledge in these matters to make a good guess. No less than the President of the United States would speak out in rebuke against this gross violation of the Civil Rights of the Black Deputies. The media would be having fits of rage over the racist White sheriff.

In a short time, the White Sheriff would probably be under arrest for the ethnic intimidation from his deployment of White snipers. The FBI would be assembling evidence for a criminal prosecution of the sheriff on a dozen charges, and the Justice Department Civil Rights division would soon be filing suit on behalf of the Black Deputies, demanding millions from both the Sheriff and the county.

Yet, everything the fictional White sheriff did was done in actual fact by the new elected black sheriff, Victor Hill, of Clayton County, Georgia.

Those who might think all this is just too incredulous to believe, here is direct quote from the Associated Press:

Sheriff posts snipers after firings
Georgia judge orders workers reinstated
Tuesday, January 4, 2005 Posted: 11:20 PM EST (0420 GMT)

The firings had a racial overtones. Hill was among a spate of black candidates elected last year in the county once dominated by rural whites. The county seat was the setting for the fictional plantation Tara in “Gone With The Wind.”

The fired employees included four of the highest-ranking officers, all of them white. Hill told the newspaper their replacements would be black.

JONESBORO, Georgia (AP) — On his first day on the job, the new sheriff called 27 employees into his office, stripped them of their badges, fired them, and had rooftop snipers stand guard as they were escorted out the door.

The move Monday by Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill provoked an angry reaction and prompted a judge to order him to rehire the employees.

“It appears … that employees of the Sheriff were terminated without cause” and in violation of the county’s civil service rules, Judge Stephen Boswell wrote in granting a 30-day restraining order.

Hill, 39, defended the firings and said the new sheriff has the right to shake up the department in whatever way he feels necessary. He told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that he fired the employees to “maintain the integrity of the department.”

“A lot of people are under the impression that the sheriff’s office is under civil service laws,” he said. “But my research shows the employees work at the pleasure of the sheriff.”

The firings had a racial overtone. Hill was among a spate of black candidates elected last year in the county once dominated by rural whites. The county seat was the setting for the fictional plantation Tara in “Gone With The Wind.”

The fired employees included four of the highest-ranking officers, all of them white. Hill told the newspaper their replacements would be black.

And from the Clayton County News-Daily.

Hill’s firings render 27 anguished lives
By Justin Boron

Kim Fallins said she saw her father, Jim Fallon’s, cry for only the second time in her life after he was fired from his job at the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office two days ago.

Through her own tears, she said his 38-year career with the Sheriff’s Office would have ended peacefully in February, when he was scheduled to retire.

Instead, what may become his last day was spent in agony – a tumultuous morning in which he and several other employees dismissed by Sheriff Victor Hill left the Harold R. Banke Justice Center humiliated.

“The man worked his tail end off,” Fallon’s said. “And they treat him like that … it brought him to tears.”

At a packed county commission meeting Tuesday night, former Lt. Garland Watkins said the group of 27 discharged employees were treated worse than the prisoners of the county jail.

“Herded into a jail cell,” he said the group was stripped of all Clayton County property, then was escorted under armed guard into prisoner vans waiting outside.

Only a few days previously, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution was praising the African American takeover of the County.

African-Americans take helm in Clayton
Government changes with population

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Published on: 12/30/04
Today is not only the last official day of business for Clayton County in 2004. It’s the end of one era and the beginning of another.

When Clayton offices open for business Monday, the county, which was long a rural, mostly white suburb of Atlanta, will for the first time be led primarily by African-Americans.

Gone will be Commission Chairman Crandle Bray, who has been part of the county’s leadership structure since 1983; Georgia’s longest-serving district attorney, Robert Keller; and Sheriff Stanley Tuggle. Clayton County, whose population is now 68 percent minority, will be led by these African-Americans:


As America’s demographics change , European Americans will see a lot more of the insanities of people such as Sheriff Victor Hill. Even the Associated Press article about the affair admitted that the white deputies were fired because of their race. The sudden and without-cause firing of the top four experienced White officers is certainly good news for the criminals in Clayton County. Think of the ongoing criminal investigations that will be seriously hampered.

A judge granted a restraining order that has temporarily halted the firings. But again, as demographics change, what happens when the judges who decide such cases are of the same persuasion as the sheriff? In Zimbabwe, President Mugabe has the trappings of a democracy with voting, courts, and judges. But, such is not stopping Mugabe from taking away the property of White farmers who have been there for generations, nor is it protecting the White farmers and their families from the murderous mobs who are not prosecuted for massive theft, arson, rape and murder.

“Can’t happen here?” Take a look around you. It is happening everyday in America right now. The only thing that will change is the frequency of the outrages.

Already the law is bent beyond recognition in America. In an Orwellian doublespeak, the EEOC is about the very opposite of “equal opportunity,” it is actually an discriminatory mechanism against better-qualified Whites who are up for well-deserved jobs and promotions. As in the Orwell classic Animal Farm, equal rights have devolved to “All Pigs are Equal, but some Pigs are More Equal than Others!”

Mr. Hill is more equal right now. As the demographics continue to change in America and in all White homelands, men such as Victor Hill, will become a lot more equal while we lose the nation of our fathers..

Of course we don’t have to lose our country. But to save it we must stand up courageously, awaken our brethren, and defend our heritage and freedom.