South Fulton, Tennessee: The World’s Most Backward Hellhole
Welcome to South Fulton, Obion County, Tennessee. Please turn your clocks back to the early 1800s, when self-reliant people put out their own fires and didn’t need to be coddled by some newfangled socialist fire department.
Gene Cranick lives just outside the city limits of South Fulton. People who live outside the city have to pay a $75 fee to the city fire department. Gene Cranick hadn’t paid his fee, so when his house caught fire and he called 911, firefighters didn’t put out the fire. They came out and stood there watching, just to make sure the flames didn’t spread to the home of Cranick’s neighbor, who had already paid his protection money.
The Cranicks lost everything, including their three dogs and a cat.
Local fire chief David Wilds gave the order to his crew not to put out the fire. South Fulton mayor David Crocker defended the fire department’s “action.”
Now let’s just speculate for a minute. Suppose David Wilds and David Crocker were abducted by furious townspeople, beaten to a pulp and then set on fire. What should the vigilante heroes do with the charred remains of these two dead scumbags? Think of it as sort of a Zen parable.
Now of course I’m not advocating anything like that, but shit happens. Karma’s a bitch.
And every one of those pathetic excuses for “firefighters” who stood there watching while the Cranicks’ house burned should receive an Adolph Eichmann “I Vass Only Following Ordersss” award. And come to think of it, what ever happened to Eichmann?
Needless to say, Glenn Beck and his inbreds have jumped into the fray, using the Cranick family as a punching bag and calling them a bunch of sponging parasites. The article and video can be found here.
And speaking of Glenn Beck and Karma…