Minnesota high school cancels play after photo posted of student actors in KKK garb

Some creative, talented, hard working white students have learned a lesson in political correctness. We hope they’ve been red-pilled by the experience.

The Star

MINNEAPOLIS—A student actor’s “insensitive” posting of a photo showing fellow cast members in costumes —Ku Klux Klan garb —prompted the cancellation of a play scheduled for this weekend that was being put on by students at a Minnesota high school, the principal said Monday in an email to students and parents.

Making the rounds over the weekend on social media was an image shot from a row or two back showing the stage with New Prague High School students in the white robes and hoods favoured by the KKK, whose long-fought and violent campaign against blacks in the United States has come to symbolize racism in the country. New Prague is about 72 kilometres south of Minneapolis.

“I think you’re gonna want to come to the spring play” were the words on the bottom of the photo, referring to the production scheduled for staging Friday and Saturday nights.

“On Friday afternoon, (an) NPHS student involved in the play posted a captioned photo on social media of some fellow cast members in KKK costumes that are used in the final scene of the play to depict an evil force” in the play titled The Foreigner, said the email signed by Principal Lonnie Seifert and Assistant Principal Tom Wetschka.

“Administration was made aware of the posting, and the insensitive nature of this post,” the email continued.

The email did not specify what it was about the social media posting that made school officials deem it insensitive.

In an interview Monday afternoon, Seifert said the posting’s lack of context made the photo and the accompanying words troubling.

While the KKK members depicted in the play are portrayed as ignorant and closed-minded villains who lose out in the end, the principal said “that message was lost with the post.”

He said staff met with students who were offended and understand there are “students and adults who are uncomfortable with that part of history.” Seifert said there are 12 black students among the 1,300 or so attending his school.

The principal’s email explained that “as we reviewed the social media post and conducted meetings with our theatre director and concerned community members, we feel it is in the best interest of New Prague Area Schools to not present the show this weekend.”

The principal and his assistant said in the email that the dust-up over the posting will be followed up by discussions among students, staff and others “as we continue to work at embracing a culture of acceptance and respect for all students” within the school district.

The Foreigner is a two-act comedy by American playwright Larry Shue that is set in a fishing lodge in rural Tilghman County, Ga., where two Englishmen arrive as guests. One of them soon discovers scandals among some of the residents of the lodge.

It’s only a play. It’s been widely performed. So why be so cowardly and kowtow to 12 blacks at school who see racism in everything.

No Apology from Lawn Jockey TV Star Who Calls Boston “most racist city”

MICHAEL CHE. THE BIG NIG ON SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE.

Somehow, via some magic, the lawn jockey who used to live in my front yard has been brought to life and become a Saturday Night Live star.

He should have stuck to wearing his uniform and riding horses because now he’s the horse’s ass.

Muh jockey’s name is Michael Che. I used to call him Rastus when he lived on my front yard.

By the way, since I Tweet these posts and since Twitter is cracking down on “offensive” words, I’m going to be using “lawn jockey” with some frequency in future headlines. Words like “Nigger,” “Negro,” and my favorite, “jigaboo,” can attract unfavorable attention from Twitter. Besides, I like the term lawn jockey. See the illustration below.

MSN

BOSTON (AP) — “Saturday Night Live” star Michael Che is not backing away from comments he made about Boston, when he called it the “most racist city” he has ever visited.

The Boston Globe reports that the co-anchor of “Weekend Update” told a Boston University crowd Thursday about how he received angry messages on social media after he made the comment on “SNL” the night before the Super Bowl.

He responded to one woman by urging her to “talk to your closest black friend and ask them to explain it to you.” He says the woman responded by answering, “Touche.”

Che, who often jokes about President Donald Trump on the NBC show, told the audience he never apologizes for language or controversial statements because he’s “just trying to be more presidential.”

COME HOME RASTUS. WE MISS YOU.

Is Donald Trump a Time Traveler Who Came Back from the Future to Save the Planet from Nuclear War?

DONALD JOHN TRUMP, AKA JOHN MILLER AND JOHN BARRON.

Although this theory may seem like the lunatic fringe, I would not easily dismiss it. In grad school, we were taught the common sense proposition that the best theory about something is the one that best fits the facts. The following theory about Donald John Trump fits the facts.

The only thing I’ll add is that if Trump is a time traveler from the future, it’s likely that some of his harshest critics are also from the future and that they want the nuclear war to happen. Keith Olbermann, Paul Ryan, and a host of others may also be from the future.

The source story was published in October of last year.

The Sun

A WILD conspiracy theory claims that Donald Trump is a time traveller who came to the present to save us from an impending nuclear war.

The brash Republican presidential nominee found himself in hot water this week for his “vile” comments about women, including some about his own daughter.

But perhaps there is more to the tanned tycoon than meets the eye, as conspiracy theorists claim that The Donald is actually a time traveller who is here to save us all from nuclear war.

The theory emerged on a notoriously shady forum called 4chan, where posters claimed that Donald Trump is linked to a time-travelling man named John Titor.

Titor allegedly travelled from the year 2036 to the year 2000 to warn us of an impending war with ISIS, the Star reports

First posting on the 4chan message boards 16 years ago, Titor claimed to be a soldier from 2036, who lived in a world ravaged by war and travelled back in time to change the future.

Titor eventually vanished from the internet, but now the legend has been reignited – as people claim that he is linked to loud-mouthed Donald Trump.

JOHN TRUMP OF MIT.

Legend has it that Donald Trump’s uncle, John Trump, was asked by the government to investigate notes made by “mad scientist” Nikola Tesla.

In his capacity as an MIT professor, uncle Trump studied the secret works of Tesla, the gifted inventor who helped supply electricity to America in the late 1800s.

And conspiracy theorists claim that John Trump stumbled across something very special among Tesla’s lab notes – the designs for a time travel machine.

In interviews Donald Trump regularly brought up his “uncle John”, who was a well-regarded nuclear scientist.

The Donald has also referred to his uncle’s knowledge of nuclear war, predicting that an atomic conflict will break out eventually and bragging about his intricate knowledge of the deadly weapons.

NIKOLA TESLA, INVENTOR.

And another man with an intricate knowledge of nuclear weapons is John Titor, the time traveller who first appeared on online forums with apocalyptic warnings.

Donald John Trump is well known for using his middle name as a fake first name, going by the aliases of John Miller and John Barron.

And some people claim that he has another such identity – as John Titor.

The story goes that Trump used Nikola Tesla’s designs to travel to the future, before returning to warn us of what lies in wait.

When nobody listened, Trump took matters into his own hands and spent decades making money – in order to fund a bid for President and avert the terrifying future himself.

Let me interject that Trump is constantly smeared as a Nazi. If you want to be open minded about it, let’s remember that the famous Nazi Bell was allegedly a time machine used to transport Nazi travelers back and forth in time. There could be a connection to Trump if the Nazi Bell was a Tesla design.

NAZI BELL, RUMORED TO BE A TIME MACHINE.

Last year, Trump hinted at his knowledge of the threats facing America, claiming: “I know more about ISIS than the generals do, believe me.”

Perhaps this is because he’s seen the future, or perhaps it’s just because he’s an egomaniac whose online fans think he is a time-travelling hero.

Only time will tell…

Say NO! to White Guilt

There may be some dispute about the actual number, stated to be 1.6 percent in this popular Facebook meme, but that’s not the point.

A great deal of elaboration could be made around the meme, relating to blacks selling blacks, Jews in the slave trade, and so forth, but let this one simple point stick in your mind.

Better yet, no one alive today was either a slave or a slave owner.

Or even, people of every race have been enslaved at some time in history.

Or how about this? Slavery is still an issue in Africa and the Middle East.

Learn more:

Civil War 1860 Census

saintanselmhistory blog: No mention of Jews here.

Soft White Genocide: Mississippi Universities Refuse to Fly “Racist” State Flag

At some point in the future all universities across America will refuse to fly the American flag, the flag of a country founded by racist slave owners.

Even in conservative, traditional Mississippi, cultural Marxists have gained control of the universities.

So, if state institutions do not have to fly the flag, I suppose if I were a citizen of Mississippi that I would not have to pay state taxes.

Is that how it works or do only liberals get special privileges?

Mississippi Business

Legislation passed Wednesday that would try to force the state’s public universities to fly the state flag died Thursday.

It died when House Ways and Means Chair Jeff Smith, R-Columbus, did not try to table a motion to reconsider the bill. The deadline to table the motion is Friday, and the House will not reconvene until Monday.

While that legislation died, Rep. William Shirley, R-Quitman, promised to offer amendments to other legislation to try to force the public universities to fly the flag. As a matter of fact, Shirley offered the amendment Thursday to a bill providing bonds for university construction projects.

But a point of order was raised that his amendment was not proper. House Speaker Philip Gunn, R-Clinton, had not ruled on the point of order by the time the House adjourned Thursday.

Currently none of the eight public universities fly the state flag, which incorporates the controversial Confederate battle emblem as part of its design.

Shirley and many others contend the universities that receive public funding should be required to fly the state flag.

On Wednesday by a 57-56 margin in the House, Shirley was successful in amending a bill designed to allow Mississippi State and the University of Southern Mississippi to provide tax breaks to private companies that lease land from them to build student housing. Shirley’s amendment said the universities could not provide the tax breaks unless they fly the flag.

At the time, Smith said the amendment would be stripped from the bill in conference committee where House and Senate leaders work to hammer out the final version of the bill. But on Thursday, Smith said it would be easier to allow the bill containing the Shirley amendment to die since other bills are alive in the Senate that provide the tax breaks for the universities.

But the issue of the flag flying over the universities could be an ongoing issue during the final weeks of the session if Shirley follows through with his intent to amend bills related to the universities, such as funding bills, to try to force the schools fly the flag.

Gunn, the most high profile Republican state official to advocate for changing the flag, said Thursday he understands why people are upset that a public university is not flying the flag, but said, “It appears our universities (as well as many municipalities) don’t agree with the message they perceive it sends.

“That’s a difficult dilemma for the government to rise up and say you must do something you find personally offensive.”

He said the case could be made that it is a free speech issue for the universities.

But he said the close House vote on the Shirley amendment “highlights the divisiveness of the issue” and why he has not been able to garner a consensus in the House to change the flag despite his position of power.

“I advocate a banner that would unite the state, everybody can be proud of and everybody can unite behind. I don’t think we currently have that,” he said.

Would these flags work for you?

They don’t like this one either.

Fifth Grade Slave Auction Assignment Raises Hackles of Black Parents

EXAMPLE OF FIFTH GRADE ASSIGNMENT THAT OUTRAGED BLACKS.

In college it’s called active learning. The professor is supposed to get the students doing something other than transcribing a lecture.

Making slave posters would be an example of active learning. Actually, even in college in some of the weaker disciplines doing assignments like the one seen in the picture above are commonplace. They call them poster projects in the university.

What would make the true slave experience more meaningful in schools would be an active learning assignment in which white slave owning students were to whip their black slaves out in the schoolyard.

Slave posters don’t go far enough. The sting of the cat o’nine tails should be felt by the mini fifth grade slaves.

WAVE3

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ (WABC/CNN) – Slave auction posters were removed from a New Jersey elementary school hallway after complaints by some parents.

Fifth-graders drew the posters, part of a required school assignment, while learning about colonial America.

Some parents said the posters disrespected black kids, while other parents said the history should be taught.

One poster listed the names of available slaves. Another poster specified that only cash is accepted for the slaves available at John Carter’s plantation.

The principal apologized for the assignment. “I apologize for any unintended pain, anger or offense caused by the assignment,” wrote Alyna Jacobs, principal of South Mountain Elementary School.

The South Orange-Maplewood School District plans to hold a community meeting to decide the future of the assigment.

In a note to parents, Superintendent John Ramos said for the last 10 years the school used the project as part of a larger Colonial America unit.

If schools want the real truth out there, then they might talk about blacks holding black slaves. An active learning class assignment could be set up to have blacks whipping blacks, as in the Congo, below.

Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by a Mormon Apostle About the Negro

CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO ENLARGE.

Learn more about Mark E. Peterson at Wikipedia.