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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US Railroads in 1954 – Westinghouse Air Brake Company Trains Documentary (Nostalgia Docu-Drama)

You may recognize well-known character actor James Gregory in this great little color film.

Meet people and ride along with a train engineer in the half hour educational drama-documentary. People and cargo were moved without the benefit of computers when this was made. Life was good.

From the youtube information box:

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Published on Apr 10, 2011

A “docu-drama’ from the mid 1950’s featuring a mix of real railroad action & re-enactments. The film stresses the importance of railroads on the industry of America and the lives of every American. .

One commenter captures the feeling:

Gee, I recall this film from a time when life was perfect. There were no wars, robberies, murders, rapes, stolen cars or bikes, senseless beatings,burglaries, bankruptcies, broken hearts, divorces, wife beatings, child abuse, substandard education or housing, evictions and foreclosures, burned lawns, dirty cars, mindless arrests or protests. Daily, we all would awake to, “isn’t it just so beautiful…another day of the American dream!” 

Flight To California 1952 (Nostalgia Film in Color)

27 delightful minutes of beautiful color film promoting air travel. This jewel has racked up a quarter million views since being published.

Published on May 29, 2008

A tour of Los Angeles, San Francisco and other California sites in the early 1950s

Perceptive comment. You’ll probably feel the same way:

Super Kyle
1 year ago
This is absolutely SURREAL, nice meals, legroom, wide seats, a cabin that’s full of smiling, polite, well dressed, sub 200 pound Americans who’ve bathed within the last 24 hours, it’s like I’m watching something from an alternate parallel universe.

TWA Boeing 307 Stratoliner Travelogue – 1940 (Nostalgia Aviation Film)

Hollywood stars go traveling on the latest and greatest airplane in 1940 America in this fragment of a longer film, which you can see in its entirety at the bottom of this post.

Less than five minutes. The color is faded but this is still and enjoyable short film that promoted Transcontinental and Western Airlines (TWA). Mary Martin was Larry Hagman’s (I Dream of Jeannie, Dallas) mother, I recall.

Classic Airliners & Vintage Pop Culture

Published on Nov 14, 2013

AMAZING COLOUR footage of one of only FIVE Stratoliners operated by TWA! Also airborne scenery from aboard a DC-3. The world’s first airliner to feature a pressurized cabin, the 307 utilised the wings & tail feathers from a B-17, with a completely new fuselage. Many thanks to the Rick Prelinger Archives.

Full length version of the same film. 19 minutes. Much more enjoyable than the sample. Rich and famous had its perks in 1940. Air travel was still in its infancy too.

Elite British Private School May Require Skirts for Boys in Move toward Gender Neutral Policy

The (((globalist New World Order))) agenda requires one gender, one race, one religion, one monetary unit, and no morality other than inclusion and egalitarianism.

What is happening in Britain is not happening in Russia, China, and Japan. No country mired in degeneracy can stay on top of the economic heap. In the name of diversity, Britain is on its way to third world status.

The Telegraph

A north London private school has drawn up plans to introduce gender-neutral uniforms in response to a growing number of pupils questioning their gender identity.

Highgate school currently has an option for girls to wear a grey pleated skirt, but the school is consulting on a mix-and-match uniform policy which will not specify a different requirement for boys and girls.

Girls can currently wear grey trousers or skirts as well as the dark blue jackets and ties which make up the rest of the uniform. Boys may not wear a skirt and also have to wait until they are 16 to wear earrings.

Adam Pettitt, headmaster at the school, told the Sunday Times: “This generation is really questioning [if we are] being binary in the way we look at things.”

He said some former pupils had complained about the changes. “They write in and say if you left children to their own devices they would grow up differently and you are promoting the wrong ideas,” he said.

Some parents did not know that their children were questioning their gender identity, he added, forcing the school to mediate between parents and pupils.

The school already allows children to request that staff address them by a name of the opposite gender, which around half a dozen have done. One boy has also been allowed to wear a dress to school.

Other private schools have already drawn up policies to deal with children who were questioning their gender identity.

St Paul’s Girls’ School has a gender identity protocol that allows female pupils to be called by boys’ names and wear boys’ clothes.

The Girls’ Schools Association has advised members to stop using the word “girls” and address children as “pupils” instead. Brighton College also replaced its uniform, which had been in place for 170 years, for a gender-neutral one.

Last year it was revealed that around 80 state schools were allowing pupils to wear clothes of the opposite gender.

BRITISH SCHOOLBOYS IN SKIRTS.

White Mom Turns Family Sewing Machine into $10 Million Clothing Empire

TO BE FRANK, NONWHITES WOULD NOT FIND THIS TYPE OF CLASSY, CHARMING CHILDREN’S CLOTHING TO BE OF INTEREST TO THEM.
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Mom Brandi Temple created a successful business by creating a community first.

She would never bring a mention of race into the story of her success, but I will.

Her community is made up mainly of women–white women.

Only white women possess the charm needed to design charming clothing for little girls. There’s nothing sexual about the sense of style she brings to the table. That’s refreshing.

Brandi Temple. May a million other white women duplicate your success, based on family and a sense of the aesthetics of beauty.

Excerpt from Yahoo

Brandi Temple was a stay-at-home mother of four in Lexington, North Carolina, with a sewing machine that was collecting dust when she turned her talent into a $10 million clothing line.

“My husband bought it for me for Mother’s Day and it was a joke because he said, ‘Are you ever going to use it,'” Temple told ABC News of the sewing machine.

Temple dusted off the sewing machine and put it to use in 2008 when her two daughters began asking her for a specific type of clothes.

Temple began making dresses not just for daughters but for others too. She began to sell the clothes and her clothing company, Lolly Wolly Doodle, was born.

Brandi Temple.

Brandi Temple.

The clothing line became a community, Temple says, through Lolly Wolly Doodle’s Facebook page, where Temple posted photos of the clothes and encouraged customers to contribute their experiences.

“We didn’t create a business. We created a community first,” Temple said. “These moms talked together and they shared their stories and their pictures of their children wearing the Lolly Wolly Doodle clothes.”

“Everything else just grew so organically and so natural that we weren’t trying,” she added. “It literally just happened.”

To see more pictures of Brandi’s clothing line, click here to go to Google images.