Only the presence of a Bible over his heart saved the life of a Dayton, Ohio, bus driver who is in the hospital today with injuries suffered during a form of black mob violence called a “polar bear attack.”
Police say the bus driver is lucky to be alive after three black “teenagers” stabbed and shot him. A Bible over the bus driver’s heart stopped two bullets and allowed him to fight off a knife attack from his assailants.
One additional bullet struck him in the leg. They also stabbed him in the arm.
The attack came this morning at 5:30 when the driver stopped his bus because of mechanical difficulties.
“The bullets did not penetrate into the victim’s chest. There was obviously some kind of intervention involved in this incident because he (the driver) should probably not be here,” said Dayton Police Sgt. Michael Pauley.
However willing police are to talk about the theology of the attack, a spokesman for the Dayton Police Department will not comment any further on the shooting and stabbing other than to confirm he knows what a polar bear hunting attack is.
The term originated at the University of Illinois in Champaign and is a form of the Knockout Game.
At Salon magazine, a Champaign resident described it:
“For the past several years, we have had an onslaught of groups of young black men assaulting white men at random,” said Esteban Moberley. “They ambushed and beat students on the campus and people in their own yards. These victims were not typically robbed, just ambushed and beaten senseless. They beat up our weatherman in one incident.”
After more than a dozen “polar bear” attacks directed at white people in Champaign, the local News Gazette came clean: The weatherman was the latest in a growing list of “white men in town being slugged for sport by young black men,” dubbed “polar bear hunting.”