South African Blacks Destroy H & M Store After Monkey Ad Campaign (Video)

South African blacks claim that being compared to monkeys is racist. And then they go and act like monkeys!

Be aware that the 28 second video automatically goes to another video when this one ends. The subsequent videos offer more coverage of the South African Nagger protests over Monkey hoodie boy.

Monkey Hoodie Modeled by Negro Sprog Sparks Outrage Over “Racist Image”

Blacks know they look like monkeys, which is why they’re sensitive to being called monkeys, apes, etc.

Haha. As far as I could see, CBS is not allowing comments on this story. I wonder why.

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White Woman Fired From Government Job for “Racist” Remark: “This is not the image I want for the city”

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The city of Brookhaven Georgia is 61 percent white, 17 percent black, and 4 percent Asian, with other groups making up the rest of the population.

Should white people be totally excluded from a photo shoot that was supposed to represent the city?

Apparently so, as the city’s Communication’s Director has been fired for objecting to a hired photographer with his own agenda portraying the city as black and Asian, using two mediocre looking nonwhite models he had not been authorized to hire.

Rosemary Taylor is just the latest victim of the insanity that has overtaken America–an insane culture that deems any criticism of any nonwhite person by a white person as “racist,” and worthy of termination.

I hope Rosemary Taylor sues the city and walks away with several million dollars for having her professional reputation ruined by a vile smear job. As to the models in question, find another line of work you ugly whores. You’ll do better in porn anyway.

Daily Mail

A city’s communications boss has been fired after she allegedly stopped a tourism photo shoot with a black and an Asian model and told the photographer they were ‘not the image I want for the city’.

Rosemary Taylor, communications director of the City of Brookhaven in Georgia, made the ‘racist’ remark to hired photographer Nelson Jones at the local Cherry Blossom Festival two weeks ago

After witnessing Mr Jones capture a test shot of models Dominique Jackson, 18, and 19-year-old Khamlee Vongvone at the event, she apparently went over to him and referenced the two girls.

She reportedly told him: ‘This is not the image I want for the city of Brookhaven’. The girls’ mouths ‘dropped’ and, moments later, they and Mr Jones were asked to leave the festival by a city official.


Now, Ms Taylor, who had been in the high-profile position for less than a month, according to her LinkedIn page, has been fired by officials for exhibiting ‘conduct unbecoming of a city employee’.

In a statement, Brookhaven’s leadership told WSB-TV: ‘Rosemary Taylor was relieved of her duties as the city’s communications director after she exhibited conduct unbecoming of a city employee.’

However, Ms Taylor has released her own statement, in which she claims she was wrongly accused in the incident, which occurred between March 27 and 29, and says Mr Jones was ‘unprofessional’.

‘When I questioned [Mr Jones] about the models and why he was posing them in the VIP tent, against the festival’s branding, as if it was a photo shoot, he got agitated and defensive,’ she writes.

‘My mistake was getting agitated back, as he continued to tell me he was the official photographer and he had hired top models and this was going to be good for the city. I told him it wasn’t.’

Mr Jones told WSB-TV that he was pleased Ms Taylor had been fired by the City of Brookhaven on Monday, adding that both he and the models had considered her remark racist and offensive.