Was Einstein a Racist?

Fox News Title: Einstein’s diaries contain shocking details of his racism

There’s nothing shocking at all about what Einstein wrote in his diaries. Fox is exaggerating.

The man whose name is synonymous with genius was simply accurately describing what he saw during his travels. His observations about various peoples indicate a race realist, not a racist.

While he was critical to the Chinese, he praised the Japanese.

It would be great if Einstein were a racist, calling out “niggers,” Mexicans, and other low IQ populations for their stupidity and other negative characteristics.

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Newly translated into English, Albert Einstein’s private travel diaries from the 1920s reveal that he was racist in his early life, especially towards Chinese people.

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Four White Male Seniors Charged After Swastikas, N-Word Spray Painted on High School


The scene of youthful high jinks in Baltimore that led to the arrest of four seniors is Glenelg High School, which is nearly 80 percent white and 5 percent black.

The school authorities, students, etc. quoted by the press say this is the most horrific crime imaginable. There’s a lot of cucking going on. It’s really to the point of appearing totally stupid via exaggerated outrage.

H/T to Flanders.


BALTIMORE — Four Glenelg High School students have been charged with hate crimes after swastikas and racial epithets, including one that police said targeted the central Howard County school’s African-American principal, were found painted on campus sidewalks, outside walls and parking lot at dawn.

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Attractive White Nurse Fired for Writing Stephon Clark Deserved to be Shot by Police


I guess if you support your local police, you’re going to be fired now.

And demonized to the point where you’ll likely never work again.

In firing Linthicum, Kaiser Permanent groveled to the nagger gods in Sacramento in a very demeaning manner. In fact, their words of apology to the nogs are offensive and disgusting, much more so than the words of Faith Linthicum.

New York Daily News

A Sacramento hospital parted ways with a nurse after she wrote on Facebook that Stephon Clark — an unarmed black man who was shot dead by police — “deserved it.”

Bow to your Negro gods, you scumbag white woman.


Faith Linthicum, a labor and delivery nurse at Kaiser Permanente Roseville Medical Center in California, commented on a Facebook post about Clark’s death, the Sacramento Bee first reported.

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(((White Male Teacher))) Fantasizes About Violent Retribution Against “Racists”

A male Jew teacher who calls himself a white man has been having fantasies about violence. So, why is he still in the classroom?

His piece reads as if were written by a mass murdering psychopath.

If a true European male wrote of his fantasies about killing Nogs, gooks, wetbacks, or some other group, he’d be bounced from his job in a flash.

Excerpt from Salon

My liberal white male rage: What should I do about it?

“OK, now turn to page 43 of the handbook. We need to talk about lockdown drills in case of an intruder.”

I’m a teacher at an all-girls school. We’re always cautious about predators. A young white man with short light hair walks into the courtyard. One of our administrators, Mindy, steps out to ask him what he’s doing on campus, as is protocol. Mindy is in her mid-fifties, a black woman with short straight hair and teal glasses, just under five feet tall. The man looks at her and without a word punches her across the face. I’m staring from just inside. I sprint out and before he even sees me, I choke-slam him against the wall, crushing his throat with my hand. I shove him against the wall and start punching, left, right. I throw him down and hammer my knees onto his shoulders, pinning him to the ground. His arms are splayed and he still stares at me silently; he hasn’t said a word the whole time. In fury, I grab the front of his hair, and slam the back of his head into the concrete. It makes an awful noise and I can feel blood on his scalp. I do it again. Mindy is still on the ground, but is looking at me, shocked. I tell her to come over and check to make sure he doesn’t have any weapons and then to call the police. I notice behind her there is a group of students standing in the doorway of the school, aghast, clutching their binders. They look at me with admiration and horror.

“It really helps to remember the acronym ‘ALICE’ for the steps, Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate.”

Oh, “counter” is the fourth step. I guess choke-slam shouldn’t be the first approach. Then I run through the fantasy again. The fantasy.

* * *

I’m a left-wing white guy. And a Jew. Since Charlottesville, I’ve noticed some strange changes in myself.

At work, I’ve spaced out for 20 minutes at a time during meetings, daydreaming about committing violence, always righteously, in overly dramatic, obnoxiously heroic ways, with a very troubling overtone of white saviorism. In addition to saving the girls from a male predator with my brute strength and righteous rage, I’ve had another recurring fantasy of saving the passengers on a plane hijacked by “911-esque” terrorists. I tackle an armed hijacker, turn his gun on him, immediately inspire the other passengers to team up to distract the terrorists, and then deftly fire bullets into all three terrorists’ heads. Dark blood drips down their noses from the wounds on their foreheads. If the meeting is particularly boring, I’ll concoct permutations, new endings. Because it just feels so damn good. Like the dopamine rush of a sex fantasy.

Sex fantasies, eh muh Jew? With your female students?

Get some help, dude.

Thousands of So-Called Antiracists Take Over the Streets of San Francisco

Only a tiny handful of free speech advocates and Trump supporters showed up Saturday for what was billed as a giant rally for conservatives. The right was shut down by tens of thousands of leftists who paraded through the streets, joyous over their crushing victory over their fellow citizens that they label as “Nazis.”

Microchip has called for implementing a strategy of the alt-right announcing rallies and then not showing up for them. The idea is to let the left exhaust itself in its mass hysteria. The sight of thousands of masked antifa holding down streets empty of patriots is kind of funny when you think about it. Ditto the denunciations by liberal politicians of free speech and the right of peaceful patriots to assemble and speak.

The whole San Francisco operation may have been a giant Microchip trolling operation, per his strategy. Or maybe not. It’s hard to tell.

As to the press’s claims that the left was peaceful today, ask the journalist who was attacked in a live stream video embedded in a post earlier today.

Excerpt from Mercury News

SAN FRANCISCO — Thousands of demonstrators denouncing racism filled this city’s streets Saturday, as right-wing activists who had planned a show of force here found themselves holding meetings in secret locations to avoid the wrath of counterprotesters.

San Francisco for the past two weeks had girded itself for violence after a right-wing group planned a demonstration Saturday afternoon at Crissy Field. But Portland-based Patriot Prayer late Friday canceled the rally and said they would hold a “news conference” at iconic Alamo Square Park instead.

Police, however, foiled that plan when they fenced off the park Saturday morning and closed it to the public. So instead, thousands of people marched peacefully around the city, holding signs in protest of white supremacy, hate and President Donald Trump — and later gathered to dance at a concert in Civic Center Plaza. Only a few dozen right-wing protesters showed up all day.

“We shut down” their protests, said Rafael Picazo, who grew up in San Francisco’s Mission District and now lives in Hayward, at the intersection of Mission and 24th streets, where the counterprotest ended. “I think we accomplished a lot.”

Joey Gibson, the founder of Patriot Prayer and the main organizer of the Crissy Field rally, held several news conferences throughout the day in which he denounced San Francisco leaders for trying to restrict his speech.

He made a brief appearance in Pacifica, just south of San Francisco, saying he was “here to promote love and peace and freedom” and insisting that he does not support white nationalism or racism.

About 4:30 p.m., he and a contingent of about 50 followers gathered at Crissy Field and quickly got into shouting matches with opponents, but the group departed within an hour as more counterprotesters gathered after they heard Patriot Prayer members were there.

Several of the group’s members said they were planning to attend a right-wing protest in Berkeley’s Civic Center Park on Sunday that was also “canceled” by its main organizer on Friday — and which East Bay officials worry has a higher chance of seeing violent clashes than the San Francisco protests.

In an interview with the Bay Area News Group at Crissy Field, Gibson said he was set up by the media and elected officials such as San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.

“I felt in my heart people were trying to incite a riot,” he said. “I felt that if we had gone ahead with the rally, someone would have been badly hurt. ”

He claimed that Patriot Prayer was trying to help people communicate and help everyone “be a good person.”

Late Saturday morning, a peaceful demonstration grew around the fenced-off Alamo Square Park under a bright sun and a cloudless sky. Families toting young children and bandanna-masked anarchists marched next to each other, chanting and hoisting signs like “If you’re going to San Francisco, DON’T BE A NAZI!” “Fight White Supremacy!” and “More Sex Less Hate.” A phalanx of police officers looked on impassively.

At Crissy Field, far from the main groups of counterprotesters, a handful of Trump supporters hung out in the shade of a tree in mid-afternoon. Several members of the dejected group said they had driven from as far as Portland to attend Gibson’s rally, and were disappointed more of their allies hadn’t showed up.

“Free speech is worth protecting,” said Daryl Tempesta, 53, of Santa Cruz, who wore a Trump hat and an American flag draped around his neck. “I’m an American, and I wanted to protect the Constitution.”

Tempesta said he had been picking up “a lot of dog poop” on Crissy Field beach — apparently the remnants of a unique protest planned by San Francisco dog owners to muck up the planned right-wing rally.

Across the Bay in Walnut Creek’s Civic Park, several hundred people formed the words “End Hate!” for an aerial photograph on Saturday morning. The “human banner” event was put on by Women’s March Contra Costa.

Italy: African Athlete Protests Fan’s Racial Taunts


Politically incorrect Italians don’t like seeing blacks on the playing field. Thus, they get rowdy and say mean things. They also sometimes throw bananas at what they perceive to be apes playing their games.

Sulley Montari, pictured at the top, got fed up, argued with the fans, and left the playing field. That’s the crux of the matter in this entertaining story.


Anti-racism group Kick It Out calls for black players to strike over Ghana’s Sulley Muntari’s baffling suspension in Serie A.

Kick It Out, an anti-discrimination group in Britain, has slammed Italy’s football administrators for being “gutless” after they banned Sulley Muntari for taking a stand against racism.

The Ghanaian midfielder, who plays for Pescara, left the field in stoppage time during last weekend’s Serie A meeting with Cagliari.

Muntari had been subjected to racist abuse from Cagliari fans throughout the game.

The 32-year-old was so fed up eventually that Pescara had to play without him for the last two minutes.

He was shown a second yellow card for “leaving the field without permission”.

Bafflingly, a Serie A disciplinary committee handed him a one-match ban but didn’t even give a warning to Cagliari over its fans.

The committee said the racist remarks were “deplorable” yet they couldn’t fine the club because “only 10 fans were involved”.

That number is apparently too small to punish a club.

“We have made a representation to FIFPro, the World Players’ Union, to share its frustrations about the treatment of Sulley Muntari by the FIGC (the Italian Football Federation),” Kick It Out said in a statement.

“The gutless failure to not take action by the Italian authorities should not be allowed to pass. It’s unbelievable that Cagliari escaped punishment as ‘only 10’ fans were involved. This situation should never be allowed to happen again.”

Former Tottenham legend Garth Crooks, who is an independent trustee of the organisation, called for radical action from black players in Serie A.

“Every self-respecting black player in the Italian League should not play this weekend unless the Italian authorities withdraw the ban on Sulley Muntari,” he was quoted as saying.

Muntari was a key player for Ghana in 2010’s World Cup in South Africa, where he scored a wonder goal in the quarterfinal against Uruguay.

Wikipedia has a page on racism in association football, chronicling a long list of incidents in Europe and elsewhere.

French Mayor Fined for Saying 91 Percent Muslim Students “is a problem.”

In France it is illegal to speak the truth. But only if you are a white Christian person. If you’re a Muslim you can say any damn thing you want without fear.

Who knows what will get you arrested in France? Who knows what words are taboo? The chilling effect on free speech, if there is any left in France, is profound when people are arrested for saying the truth.

As in so many other formerly white countries, the government is the enemy of the indigenous white population and should be treated as such.

The Blaze

Robert Ménard, mayor of Béziers in southern France, took note of Muslim children flooding classrooms on the first day of school last September, tweeting that he was watching the “great replacement” happen before his eyes.

BBC News characterized the term as “divisive” and “used to describe the alleged eviction of France’s white Christian population by migrants.”

Ménard didn’t stop there, though.

A few days later during a television appearance, he said that “in a class in the city center of my town, 91% of the children are Muslims. Obviously, this is a problem. There are limits to tolerance,” BBC News reported.

The network said French law “prohibits data based on people’s religious beliefs or ethnicity.”

Menard, 63, apparently didn’t see what the big deal was.

“I just described the situation in my town. It is not a value judgment, it’s a fact,” he said, according to BBC News. “It’s what I can see.”

Seems that wasn’t a sufficient defense, as Ménard — described by the network as “far-right” and an “ally of the anti-immigrant National Front party” — was fined 2,000 euros for inciting hatred over his words. (That’s about $2,200.)

The public prosecutor had asked for a fine of 1,800 euros, saying Ménard “pointed the finger at kids, whom he describes as a weight on the national community,” BBC News reported.

Apart from the fine, the Paris court awarded 1,000 euros in court costs to anti-racist groups that had brought the case, the network said, adding that Ménard insisted he’ll appeal the ruling.

Ménard took heat last spring for reportedly attempting to keep track of the number of Muslim students in classrooms: