Richard Spencer Declares Victory After UF Speech

Richard Spencer has come out alive and uninjured from his University of Florida speech on Thursday. He’s also gotten millions of dollars of free publicity from the press coverage.

If reporters were hoping that violence would break out on a massive scale (and they were), they left disappointed.

I’ve put together the following in-depth article, the full video of Spencer’s talk, a short video with interviews of protesters and supporters, plus a handful of relevant White Nationalist Tweets.

Los Angeles Times

White nationalist Richard Spencer to noisy Florida protesters: You didn’t shut me down

Students and other audience members heavily booed white nationalist Richard Spencer on Thursday as he gave a speech at the University of Florida, where the atmosphere was tense but mostly peaceful as police in riot gear kept watch.

“We represent a new white America,” said one speaker who came onstage to introduce Spencer.

“Black lives matter,” student protesters responded. “Black lives matter! Black lives matter!”

Later, Spencer’s supporters, some of whom filled the front rows of the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, chanted back: “You will not replace us!”

“Go home, Spencer!” protesters intoned after Spencer began speaking.

“You are trying to stifle our free speech,” Spencer said as the crowd continuously booed and chanted through his speech, in which he recited his ideas about the “ideal” of a white nation.

Police and media helicopters circled over the area Thursday as hundreds of protesters marched in opposition to Spencer’s appearance. Demonstrators were met by a blockade of police wearing riot gear.

“From what I’ve learned, this guy just preaches hate,” said one of the marchers, LaMonte Kendrick, 22, of Gainesville. “What he says doesn’t make sense. It’s like the ’60s or something. Gainesville’s already had enough hate and racism in its history.”

Spencer’s last major public appearance with other white nationalists ended with a deadly riot in Charlottesville, Va., in August.

Spencer gained national prominence in recent years for his support of President Trump and for his views calling for a separate nation for white people. The apparent resurgence in white nationalism in the United States has sparked anti-supremacists to mobilize with their own efforts, including nonviolent demonstrations and pressure campaigns on companies providing services to white nationalists and sometimes violent attacks intended to drive them out of public spaces.

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Mississippi Nagger School Named for Jefferson Davis to be Renamed for Obama

JEFFERSON DAVIS MAGNET SCHOOL. SOON TO BE BARACK OBAMA MAGNET SCHOOL. 98 PERCENT NAGGER.

Off the top of my head, I recall that Jackson, Mississippi is 80 percent black, with a black power radical as mayor. It’s going to be a disaster area like Detroit or worse.

One of the claims in this story is that the 98 percent Nog school is one of the highest performing in the state. I guess all those black rocket scientists were hiding out in Mississippi. Or maybe the test results for the school are FAKE, created by cheating black teachers, as was the case in Atlanta a couple of years ago.

CBS News

JACKSON, Miss. — Students who wanted historic change in Jackson, Mississippi, are teaching a lesson in civics.

The Jefferson Davis Magnet School is the pride of the Jackson Public School District. It’s one of the best performing public elementary schools in the state of Mississippi.

But for some parents, like Ercilla Hendrix, there was still one problem.

“The only problem was the name Jefferson Davis Magnet School,” Hendrix said.

That’s because 98 percent of the students there are African American. Hendrix’s son Ty is a first-grader and did his homework on the school’s namesake.

Ty’s older sister, Farah, who also went to Davis, wanted a new name for the school and her brother. She wrote a letter and started a campaign. It worked.

“I was excited, it was a dream come true,” she said.

This month, the school board let parents decide on a new name. And PTA president Janelle Jefferson let the littlest voices cast the biggest vote.

Starting next year, the Jefferson Davis Magnet School will become the Barack Obama Magnet School.

At least 109 public schools across the country still bear the names of rebel leaders like Robert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis. Almost a quarter of those schools have a majority of African-American students.

But next year, there will be one less in Mississippi. Now, the school will have a name these students and parents say they can all be proud of.

This CBS story is shallow, written by a virtue-signaling liberal or a black. The school would be better named after Dr. Ben Carson, rather than the Marxist we had to endure for eight long years.

The sprogs are doing good work though. Here’s an example:

George W. Bush Defends Globalist Agenda, Attacks Trump for Bigotry, Denounces Conspiracy Theories

It was a big day for Georgie Boy. He put on his big boy pants and gave a speech.

Yawn.

He’s dead to me now.

BBC

Nowhere in George W Bush’s 2,000-word speech does he mention the name Donald Trump. It was crystal clear, however, that the 43rd US president took dead aim on the 45th president from a podium at the Lincoln Center in New York City on Thursday.

Ex-presidents traditionally shy away from the political stage. It was long considered in poor taste for a former occupant of the Oval Office to criticise one of his successors.

Then again, these are days when seemingly set-in-stone norms and standards of behaviour have fallen by the wayside.

Mr Trump’s victory in the Republican presidential primaries was in some measure a repudiation of Mr Bush’s presidency and his vision for the Republican Party – and not just because the New Yorker belittled and subsequently bested Mr Bush’s brother, Jeb Bush.

Mr Trump frequently criticised Mr Bush’s decision to invade Iraq. He bashed the Texan’s efforts to broaden the Republican Party’s appeal to Hispanic voters by pushing for comprehensive immigration reform. He denounced free trade deals, including Nafta – signed by Mr Bush’s father, George HW Bush.

Now Mr Bush is offering his rebuke. When asked after his speech if his message would reach the White House, he smiled and replied, “I think it will”.

Here are just a few of the choicest lines that might be flying toward 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue – and what they could mean.

Since World War II, America has encouraged and benefited from the global advance of free markets, from the strength of democratic alliances, and from the advance of free societies.

Mr Bush offers the classic defence of an internationalist foreign policy – that engagement and advancement of free markets and free societies is in the US’s best long-term interests.

Compare that to Mr Trump’s contention that the US has been taken advantage of by other nations – both through trade and in defence arrangements. He has expressed general distrust of multilateral engagement and views the global arena as a largely a zero-sum contest between competing national interests, where the US must put “America first”.

Our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication.

Mr Trump rose to national prominence by becoming a high-profile advocate of a particularly insidious conspiracy theory – that Barack Obama was not born in the US and, consequently, was ineligible to be president.

We’ve seen nationalism distorted into nativism – forgotten the dynamism that immigration has always brought to America.

Mr Trump not only has pushed for a crackdown on undocumented immigration, he’s proposed drastic cuts in refugee resettlement programmes and backed a bill in Congress that would cut in half the number of permanent residency “green cards” issued each year.

According to our intelligence services, the Russian government has made a project of turning Americans against each other.

Mr Trump, and his supporters, have consistently expressed scepticism about the conclusion by US government officials that Russian agents and hackers attempted to influence the US presidential election through social media, fake new reports and the release of purloined material from Democratic Party sources.

Our identity as a nation – unlike many other nations – is not determined by geography or ethnicity, by soil or blood… Bigotry or white supremacy in any form is blasphemy against the American creed.

“Blood and soil” was one of the phrases white supremacists chanted as they demonstrated in Charlottesville, Virginia, the night before violent clashes with counter-protesters in August. (Another was “Jews will not replace us”).

Bullying and prejudice in our public life sets a national tone, provides permission for cruelty and bigotry, and compromises the moral education of children.

During the primary campaign, Mr Trump called Jeb Bush a hypocrite, weak, low-energy, a lightweight, a failure, a “sad sack” and a “pathetic figure” with “zero communications skills”.

He tweeted that Jeb had to ask his “mommy to take a slap at me” but that “mom can’t help you with ISIS, the Chinese or Putin”.

Go away, George, you and your whole family.

General Kelly says he was ‘stunned’ by black congresswoman’s account of Trump’s call to widow of black soldier

CONGRESSWOMAN FREDERICA WILSON. THOSE HATS!

When a new hatchet job on President Trump popped up a couple of days ago, I put together a draft but did not publish it since with Trump the story isn’t over until the fat lady sings.

In this case, the fat lady is General John Kelly, Trump’s Chief of Staff.

The media ran with a weird Negro Congresswoman’s story that Trump had disrespected a dead black soldier and his family by making a phone call of condolences. So, they said Trump is a racist and he doesn’t respect the military.

Today, General Kelly offered an emotional statement that vindicated Trump and left the libtards almost speechless.

This story was big on Sean Hannity’s and Joe Pags’ radio shows.

Excerpt from CNN

Washington (CNN)White House chief of staff John Kelly, in an extraordinary and at times emotional statement Thursday, said he was “stunned” by what a Democratic congresswoman told reporters after she listened in on President Donald Trump’s call to the widow of a fallen soldier.

GENERAL KELLY.

GENERAL KELLY’S DECEASED SON ROBERT.

Kelly, a Gold Star father, said he was “brokenhearted” by the congresswoman’s criticism and said that he had advised Trump on what to say before he called the families of the four fallen soldiers who died during an ambush in Niger. Kelly said he encouraged Trump to echo words Gen. Joseph Dunford offered to Kelly when his own son was killed in Afghanistan.

“He was doing exactly what he wanted to do when he was killed. He knew what he was getting into by joining that 1%. He knew what the possibilities were because we were at war,” Kelly said, channeling Dunford’s words to him upon the death of Kelly’s son. “And when he died he was surrounded by the best men on this earth, his friends. That’s what the President tried to say to the four families the other day.”

Rep. Frederica Wilson told CNN Tuesday evening that Trump told the widow that her husband “knew what he signed up for, but I guess it still hurt.”

Wilson, who listened in on the call via speakerphone because she is close with the family, said on CNN’s “New Day” Wednesday morning that Trump didn’t appear to know Sgt. La David Johnson’s name and that his widow “broke down” after her call with the President. Johnson was among the four US soldiers killed by enemy fire in the October 4 ambush.

SGT. LA DAVID JOHNSON AND WIDOW.

Cowanda Jones-Johnson, a family member who raised Johnson, told CNN Wednesday that Wilson’s account of the call between Trump and Johnson’s widow, Myeshia, was “very accurate.”

Trump denied Wilson’s account in both a tweet and a statement made at the White House.

While Kelly did not contradict Wilson’s account, he suggested her decision to speak out about the conversation “eroded a great deal” the sacrifice of men and women in uniform.

“Let’s not let this maybe last thing that is held sacred in our society, a young man, a young woman going out and giving his or her life for our country, let’s try to somehow keep that sacred,” Kelly said.

Kelly prefaced his criticism by drawing on his own experiences losing a son — which he rarely discusses publicly — to paint a picture for Americans of the ultimate sacrifice only a sliver of the population will ever know.

In gut-wrenching detail, Kelly spoke of the meticulous process by which the bodies of American troops are returned to the United States — “their first stop is when they are packed in ice” — and spoke of military casualty officers proceeding “to break the heart of a family member” by informing them of their child or spouse’s death.

He spoke of war buddies phoning families, like his, to share stories of the fallen and said the letters from commanders and the President of the United States don’t help ease the pain.

Kelly’s place at the podium came days after Trump pulled his chief of staff into the political storm by saying in an interview with Fox News: “You could ask General Kelly, did he get a call from Obama?”

The answer to that question was no, Kelly said Thursday, though he stressed “that was not a criticism.”

In fact, Kelly said he advised Trump not to phone the families of fallen soldiers because “if you’re not in the family, if you’ve never worn the uniform, if you’re not in combat, you can’t even begin to imagine how to make that call.”

When Trump insisted on making the calls, Kelly offered advice.

But Kelly said Wilson exhibited “selfish behavior” with her account of the call.

The former four-star Marine Corps general said Wilson’s words prompted him to leave the White House to go to Arlington National Cemetery and “go walk among the finest men and women on this earth.”

The rest of the CNN story mixes anti-Trump rhetoric with criticism of Kelly for not criticizing Trump. The excerpt above summarizes the meat of the story.

The hatred of Donald Trump (because he’s white?) continues in this outburst of psychobabble from The Miami Herald.

Here’s a short excerpt:

Everything is always about him.

His ego, not the nation, is President Donald Trump’s first priority.

If he proved anything this week, it’s that the consoler-in-chief role isn’t made for a man with his short-circuited emotional range.

President Trump is tone deaf. He can’t even carry out a condolence call to a pregnant widow with kind words that comfort like an embrace. He can’t muster the pathos and empathy that the depths of grief call for.

He doesn’t have it in him to be compassionate.

He doesn’t have it him to show, God forbid, an ounce of humility.

He doesn’t have it him to carry himself with the dignity and tact the presidency requires.

And so the MSM continues to propagandize rather than simply report the news. Make no mistake. Anti-Trump propaganda is anti-white propaganda. It’s aimed at every white person in the world. Until we have our own ethnostate, free from diversity, we’ll have to listen to this kind of nonsense every day for the rest of our lives.

I’m tired of it.

Revolution NOW.

Next Month’s Playboy Centerfold is a Transgender Mystery Meat Faggot

I was through with posting for today, but then THIS started breaking.

Name: Ines Rau. Race: Unknown, but possibly mulatto.

What’s up: (((They))) want to turn you gay. If you’re having sex with a so-called trans woman (there is no such thing), then my friend you are a faggot.

Excerpt from Playboy

To the astute playboy reader, and to anyone who keeps tabs on the fashion world, Ines Rau may look familiar. In addition to commanding couture runways, appearing in Vogue Italia and starring in a Balmain campaign, Ines has graced these pages before: Our May 2014 issue came with playboy a-z, a special edition that had an extra special significance for the French-born model. Photographed fully nude by Ryan McGinley, Ines dominates a spread titled Evolution; the accompanying copy surveys humanity’s halting shift toward acceptance of gender identities beyond the male-female binary. For Ines, the story was a turning point.

“It’s how I celebrated my coming out, actually,” she says, revisiting the Rabbit three years later. “I took that chance, and then I signed with an agency.”

These days Ines is a globe-trotting model with an irrepressible passion for self-love and honesty. “I lived a long time without saying I was transgender,” she says. “I dated a lot and almost forgot. I was scared of never finding a boyfriend and being seen as weird. Then I was like, You know, you should just be who you are. It’s a salvation to speak the truth about yourself, whether it’s your gender, sexuality, whatever. The people who reject you aren’t worth it. It’s not about being loved by others; it’s about loving yourself.”

I’m not sure if this dude still has his thing, but even if he doesn’t, chopping it off doesn’t make you a woman.

BEFORE AND AFTER.

Wait until you experience all the hoopla when America has its first tranny president in a few years. I have a better idea. Let’s destroy the country first and start all over again.

Artist who breastfed dog and fertilized her egg with dog cell wins prestigious prize

The degenerate (((elites))) are working full-time to normalize bestiality. It’s right out in the open with this vile, so called art.

RT

A Slovenian artist breastfed her dogs and fertilized one of her eggs with a dog cell as part of an award-winning three-month art project.

Maja Smrekar lived in seclusion with her dogs as part of the lengthy artistic experiment, which was titled “K-9_topology.”

During that time, she triggered her body to produce breast milk by systematic breast pumping. She then breastfed her puppy Ada to explore “the social and ideological instrumentalization of the female body and breastfeeding.”

Smrekar also took a fat cell from another dog, Byron, and used it to fertilize one of her eggs using a method similar to IVF. The fat cell was a non-sexual cell, so no dog’s sperm was used in the project.

The artist said on her website that the project grew out of the “observation of zeitgeist through the so called thanatopolitical dimension of contemporary biopolitical practices.” She created a video (parts NSFW) depicting all the stages of the artistic work.

Despite the bizarre nature of the project, it proved remarkably popular with experts and was awarded the top prize in the Hybrid art section of the Prix Ars Electronica, one of the best known prizes in the field of electronic and interactive art.

“What is making this artwork so special is the total commitment of the artist,” the jury said in a statement.

“Exposing her body to hormone roller-coasters of false pregnancy and organizing the lab infrastructure to execute the complicated biotech protocol in order to create a poetic masterpiece evoking the challenges of posthumanistic dilemma.

“K-9_topology is a true hybrid artwork with a profound bio-political message and is certain to bring a lot of discussion to the audience from both the art and science sides”.

Tradcatknight reports that the Catholic church refuses to condemn this so-called art. Novus Ordum Watch carries the same story.

Finally, at heute.at we see the “artist” in her award winning glory:

This behavior is sick. The only award the artist should be receiving is an all expense paid vacation to prison.

The Real Melania Trump Replaced by a “body double” Claim Lunatics on Twitter

(((They))) come up with this stuff in order to discredit reasonable skepticism about the official explanation for events such as the Las Vegas massacre.

Ignore. These are most likely paid Jew trolls pushing this nonsense. Just remember that it’s not harmless if it damages real analysis of Deep State mischief.

Excerpt from USA Today

n the beginning, first lady Melania Trump was mocked for her absence from the White House. Then she was criticized for her clothes and her shoes. On Wednesday some conspiracy theorists on Twitter were convinced she wasn’t even Melania — she’s a body double!

Soon after a tweet asserting this was posted, the reaction tweets were off to the races as jokesters, paranoids, gif-makers and Trump supporters vied with one another to make the case, knock it down or just have a good time posting clever pictures and videos.

More proof that startling numbers of people on Twitter have way too much time on their hands? For the record, there is no Melania Trump body double, but that didn’t stop the blathering about it.

A few more Tweets: