Posted on March 31, 2023

Remembering Khadree Renfro

Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, March 31, 2023

You can’t steal nothin’ from a white man.

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I’d be surprised if you have heard of Khadree Renfro.

Here he is, pretty normal looking. Well, last week, he walked into a laundromat in Nashville and did this: [0:02 – 0:14] It was an unprovoked attack on a white man who was a total stranger.

As it turns out, this was his fourth attack in less than a week. The dates and locations are shown here.

Media reports, of which there are very few, say the attacks have all been “similar.” All the victims were men, caught alone and by surprise. They were not robbed. Were they all white?

I have read, quite literally, everything there is on the internet about Mr. Renfro, and no one is saying. But I did find a media interview with one of his other victims. He’s the white guy with this back to the camera.

He didn’t feel safe showing his face. He says he was out for a jog in the park at two in the afternoon when, in his words: “All of a sudden, he starts swinging saying ‘I’m going to kill you’, ‘you’re going to die.’ ” He fought back, screamed, a dog started barking, and Mr. Renfro ran off, but not before hitting him ten times with a metal pipe, leaving him with a concussion, a fractured wrist, and a leg wound that needed five stitches.

That leaves two other victims. Were they white? I called the Nashville police department, where a nice lady told me that the mayor’s Deputy Press Secretary Jessica Davis handles press relations on criminal matters.

Here’s her boss, Mayor John Cooper. He doesn’t look like a guy who thinks too deeply about the motives of black criminals.

I called Miss Davis, left her a message, and emailed her, but I haven’t heard back. Maybe she’s busy with the white transgender woman who shot up a Christian school just a few days later.

I did find Mr. Renfro’s Tennessee criminal record. In 2019, he was arrested for aggravated assault, strangulation, but the case was closed.

Did he throttle his girlfriend but she wouldn’t press charges?

That same arrest also included a charge of “vandalism over $1,000,” another felony. Did he wreck the girlfriend’s joint? Who knows?

This case, also, was closed without a conviction.

Let me make a few predictions: Mr. Renfro will get a public defender, take a plea deal, and do some time in the big house. Since he won’t go to trial, we’ll never know whether the other two victims were white. The police know, of course, but even if he did attack only white people, they’re not paid to wonder why.

On the other hand, do you remember what big news it was in 2020 when a “noose” was reported in a NASCAR garage assigned to a black driver, Bubba Wallace? It was only a pull-down cord.

Every garage at the Talladega race track had one, and Bubba Wallace’s had been in that garage long before it was assigned to him, but it took no fewer than 15 FBI agents to figure that out.

The feds were *determined* to track down who might have put up a rope, but Mr. Renfro is of no interest to them all.

And you may remember that in 2013, after a jury found that George Zimmerman had shot Trayvon Martin in self-defense, our black Attorney General Eric Holder was absolutely determined to string him up on hate crimes charges.

Credit Image: © Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel/TNS via ZUMA Press Wire

Credit Image: © Michael Nigro/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire

As the LA Times explained, “As part of the investigation, the government interviewed 75 witnesses and hired ‘an independent biomechanical expert’ to assess Zimmerman’s version of the struggle.”

Probably millions of dollars wasted looking for “racism” that wasn’t there. I bet the current attorney general, Merrick Garland, has never heard of Kahdree Renfro and never will.

I can’t prove it, but I suspect Mr. Renfro did choose his victims because they were white men, but before I talk about why, let’s consider someone else. He’s part of a series made by New York City’s public radio station, WNYC called “Being 12: The Year Everything Changes.”

The idea is that “At 12, kids shed layers, test new roles and transform before our eyes as they explore what kind of adult they want to be.

Here’s one of the half-a-dozen New York City children who explain what it’s like to be twelve: [1:22 – 1:38]

Why does he say something so utterly preposterous? He must have heard it from a lot of people. And what’s even worse? Public Radio offers this as the entirely understandable state-of-mind of a black 12-year-old, not as a near-psychotic condition that could grow into hatred of white people.

There’s a token white child who explains what it’s like to be twelve: [ 2:39 – 2:49] This is what Public Radio thinks a white girl should feel. Guilty. And this will, of course, only confirm that black boy’s beliefs about white people.

By the time he gets out of high school, how many times will someone growing up in America hear the words “systemic racism,” “white supremacy,” “institutional racism,” “white privilege” “slavery” “lynching”? Five thousand times? Ten thousand times? Could that possibly have something to do with this attack on a substitute teacher last month by this 6-foot-6, 270 pound middle-school student in Florida? [0:03 – 0:21]

No one’s even asking if race had anything to do with it.

If black people go to college, they get an even stiffer dose of hatred. Kamau Kambon taught Afrocentrism at North Carolina State University. Here he is with his wife. I believe this is in the United States.

In 2005, he was on a panel at Howard University Law School, where he said this:

[3:45 – 3:57  4:27 –  4:41  7:51 – 8:08] The only solution to the white-people problem is to exterminate them.

Kambon reportedly died just a few days ago, and I found this tribute to him.

“He was a revolutionary thinker and trainer. His legacy inspires those who fight for social justice. His words and deeds will inspire generations.

Yes, they probably will.

Maybe they inspired Brittney Cooper, who is part of the core faculty for Africana Studies and Women’s Studies at Rutgers University. She’s in the lower left.

The year before last, she explained what a curse white people are and proposed a solution: [“The thing I – we can’t say that, right?” 2:43 – 2:48] “Take out the mother fu**ers.”

What was the reaction? Here is HuffPost: “Brittney Cooper’s Truth-Telling Is Too Much For The Cowardly Right-Wing Mob.”

The Rutgers branch of the American Association of University Professors wrote: “Brittney Cooper has come under a renewed wave of racist attacks for her public scholarship. We wish to express our unequivocal solidarity with Dr. Cooper, to affirm our support of her academic freedom.”

Her career goes from strength to strength.

The United States government doesn’t use quite the same language as Dr. Cooper, but its sentiments aren’t much different. On his first day in office, Joe Biden repealed a Donald Trump executive order that had banned training in government agencies to promote the following ideas: “One race or sex is inherently superior to another race or sex; (2) the United States is fundamentally racist or sexist; (3) an individual, by virtue of his or her race or sex, is inherently racist, sexist, or oppressive, whether consciously or unconsciously; (4) an individual should be discriminated against or receive adverse treatment solely or partly because of his or her race or sex.”

And I don’t have to tell you that the race and sex that take a beating in this kind of training are whites and men.

This is basic Critical Race Theory, which the government – along with big business, churches, universities – teaches. There is no escape from anti-white propaganda that can only encourage blacks to hate whites.

Now, I’m not claiming that our Nashville man, Khadree Renfro, ever listened to Kamau Kambon or Brittney Cooper or took a course in CRT. Or that he read Eldridge Cleaver’s book Soul on Ice, in which he bragged that raping white women was an insurrectionary act.

Note the cover blurb: “Over two million copies in print.” Kahdree may never have heard of Amiri Baraka, Poet Laureate of New Jersey, who wrote: “You can’t steal nothin’ from a white man, he’s already stole it, he owes you anything you want, even his life.” *** [Photo Attrib]

Khadree didn’t have to know anything about that. He could have just watched Django Unchained or Mississippi Burning or Ten Years a Slave to learn how terrible white people are, and that they deserve to die.

Here’s a scene from Django Unchained: [8:01 – 8:17] Some black people will find that cold-blooded murder inspiring.

Khadree wouldn’t even have had to go to the movies. All he had to do was grow up around black people.

But back to Nashville, and the transexual who shot up the Christian school. Some transexuals think the killer was a martyr to Christian hate. Here’s one warning “Christian bigots” to “pray for mercy, because we won’t show any.”

They were gearing up for a “trans day of vengeance” this weekend.

But would you believe it? Twitter is taking these posts down. There are apparently thousands of them. You see, they might promote violence.

What people see and hear might give them ideas. How come no one cares what Kahdree Renfro saw or heard? And I bet this is the last we’ve seen or heard of him. His four vicious, unprovoked attacks, will soon be lost in the vasty deeps of the internet.

But his victims were just white people. It sounds like Amiri Baraka is right: “You can’t steal nothin from a white man, he’s already stole it, he owes you anything you want, even his life.”