Racist Flyers on Windshields Leave Dainty White Women Butthurt

Racist flyers were placed on the windshields of a handful of cars in a small Louisiana town near New Orleans earlier this month. Police are looking for the man who distributed the flyers, described as a middle-aged white man wearing a baseball cap. The flyers involve content related to black males raping white women.

Several white women are quoted in the story who were offended that anyone would have the temerity to
wake up women about the danger of black on white rape. Funny, but no white women who were the victims of a hundred black on white rapes a day in America were quoted.

Hey, reporter, go find someone who’s actually been raped and quote them too, you dummy. We’re tired of your stories quoting virtue signaling liberals.

WWL-TV

MANDEVILLE — A Saturday evening birthday celebration along the lakefront was spoiled when Erica Daigle and her husband arrived back at their car to find something on the windshield.

“It was just this horrible, disgusting racist picture that someone had put on all of the cars in the parking lot,” she said.

The image features a cartoon drawing showing a sex act between a black man and a white woman with the words “Your Daughter, Thank Integration.”

In addition to being found on the vehicles in Barley Oak’s parking lot, they were found on the business’ ground-floor outdoor tables, as well as on vehicles along the Lakefront in the Girod Street area.

Another Saturday night customer of Barley Oak reports that she witnessed a middle-aged, white male with a baseball cap placing papers on cars around 7 p.m., but never saw the content.

The owner of Barley Oak says the fliers are disgusting and the distribution of it on and around his property and to his customers is harassment.

“It’s hurtful, and it’s traumatizing for people who have to see it,” Daigle said.

Even people who didn’t see it first-hand are upset about it, especially since it was left out in a busy area where families frequent.

“This is not a place for hate or for racism,” said Tina Anderson. “I know that a lot of racists feel emboldened these last few months, but I think that they are very few and far between, and they’re going to be found out and they’re going to be shamed and hopefully leave the area.”

Mandeville Police Asst. Chief Ron Ruple said this is not first time they’ve seen the fliers in that area. Ruple said they’ve had about half-a-dozen reports over the past couple of years and, in fact, made an arrest last summer.

That case, a misdemeanor charge of distributing material harmful to minors, is pending trial.

Police said they are taking this case just as serious.

“We’re going to investigate this one, now that we’re aware of it, and we’ll take the investigation where it leads and we’ll deal with it in whatever manner we’re available to,” Ruple said. Potential charges can range from littering to obscenity.

Daigle said she wants to keep Mandeville a place with heart, not hate.

“I want to scare these people away,” Daigle said. “I want them to know that their message isn’t working. It doesn’t work here. We’re not going to listen to this.”

Mandeville Police said if anyone finds one of these fliers or has information about the person distributing them Saturday night on the Lakefront to call (985) 626-9711.

A TV news report on the incident can be seen at the source site.

So, who are the “racists?” White males flyering cars or Negro muh dikking thugs?

NC School Confiscates Yearbooks Over “Build that wall” Comment

The PC police have victimized the entire senior class of a small town North Carolina high school. A senior white girl made the mistake of quoting President Donald J. Trump, which triggered the liberal school administrators.

Daily Mail

A North Carolina high school has confiscated all its senior yearbooks and is reprinting them because it believes a white female student’s ‘build that wall’ quote was inappropriate.

Richmond Early College High School is a predominantly white public school in Hamlet, North Carolina, with 214 students.

Its staff recalled its senior yearbooks this week after a screenshot of one female student’s photograph and quote appeared on social media, sparking accusations from critics that the state is ‘racist’.

The blonde student, who beamed in her posed-for photograph wearing a string of pearls, gave the Trump campaign slogan as her quote for the book and attributed it to the president.

Teachers now say that the remark amounted to ‘inappropriate conduct’ which it would not ‘tolerate’.

It recollected the 22 yearbooks which had already been distributed among students and is reprinting them.

The decision had divided opinion among residents on social media. Some agreed with the decision while others said it infringed on the girl’s first amendment rights.

The student did not face any disciplinary action and it is not known what her new quote will be.

In a statement, Richmond County Schools said there were also ‘errors’ in the yearbooks which had been put together by students.

‘Earlier this week, it was discovered by school administration that Richmond Early College yearbooks had errors and inappropriate comments.

The principal immediately collected the distributed yearbooks.

‘We regret that this incident has occurred and are currently working with the yearbook’s publisher to make corrections.

‘As a district, we do not and will not tolerate inappropriate conduct toward any of our students.

‘In each situation, our goal is to provide for the well-being of all of our students and prevent recurrences of inappropriate conduct,’ it said.

Some welcomed it, claiming the quote, which refers to President Trump’s plan to construct a wall along the Mexican border, is offensive to the school’s Hispanic students.

‘When one has a negative connotation to a huge majority of the school then it’s a problem,’ said one female student.

But others accused the school of trying to censor the the girl’s beliefs.

‘When did the first amendment become inappropriate? It’s pathetic that students approaching graduation are not mature enough to handle words on a page,’ one critic said.

‘It’s a cryin’ shame that a white person can’t even quote the President in their yearbook without being called racist.

‘Funny how a few years ago all you saw was “my president is black”. What is this world coming to!’ another said.

The principal and other administrators and teachers responsible for the violation of individual rights must be punished. This story has had plenty of publicity. A conservative free speech group that specializes in lawsuits should take this one to court. Meanwhile, parents should always vote against school bond issues and against school board members who support this shredding of the Constitution.

McInnes: What’s behind NOLA Civil War statue fight? (Video)

Posting material by Gavin McInnes doesn’t necessarily mean that I endorse McInnes. It does mean that I learned something valuable.

McIness’ reveals some information that you probably did not know about the removal of New Orleans’ Confederate monuments.

Hint: There’s crooked politics as well as leftist racial politics involved.

Published on May 11, 2017

(LANGUAGE WARNING) Gavin McInnes explains what’s really going on in New Orleans, where leftists are trying to take down Civil War monuments.

Christian teacher who quoted Bible saying gay people ‘deserve to die,’ in letter to student newspaper RESIGNS

A LETTER TO THE EDITOR HAD DEVASTATING CONSEQUENCES FOR TEACHER MICHAEL STACK, INCLUDING DEATH THREATS.

The hatred of God and of Christians is strongly in evidence in America 2017. Americans, far too many of them, worship Satan. Not that they necessarily engage in Satanic rituals, but rather they reject any and all morality. Substituting for morality in their world is egalitarianism. No immoral act can ever be condemned (except for murder and even there euthanasia and abortion are accepted and applauded).

Foolish Americans, who make up at least half or more of the population, have succeeded in silencing the other half. Advocating for God and for morality can not only cost you your job, but create potentially fatal consequences ranging from stress to being murdered.

San Luis Obispo

In a letter to the student newspaper, a San Luis Obispo High School teacher quoted a Bible verse saying that people committing homosexual acts “deserve to die,” drawing outrage and concern from students, teachers and parents, and a call for calm by administrators.

Mayor Heidi Harmon urged community members to complain to the school district administration. “This is unacceptable,” Harmon wrote on her Facebook page Wednesday. “A teacher at SLO High wrote this shaming letter against the LGBT community — a community that already has a high degree of suicide.”

The school won’t discipline special education teacher Michael Stack, saying teachers as well as students “do not shed their First Amendment rights” at school.

MICHAEL STACK.

“A bedrock principle underlying the First Amendment is that the government may not prohibit the expression of an idea simply because society finds the idea offensive or disagreeable,” San Luis Coastal Unified School District Superintendent Eric Prater and Principal Leslie O’Connor said in a joint statement Wednesday.

“As a district, we understand that students do not shed their First Amendment rights at school, and we respect the rights of our students to speak on controversial topics. We applaud the high school’s commitment to open dialogue and a free exchange of ideas in its student newspaper,” the statement read. “ … In a similar manner, we acknowledge the right of our staff to voice their opinions.”

Prater and O’Connor called the controversy “a teachable moment” and urged the community to conduct a “civil discourse.”

The statement went on to say that Stack was a probationary teacher in his first year at the campus. At O’Connor’s recommendation, the district decided in February not to keep him on staff for the upcoming school year.

Stack left campus early Wednesday and could not be reached for comment.

His letter was published Tuesday in Expressions, the school’s journalism website, and was in response to Expressions’ May 2017 print edition featuring lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer issues — including an interview with an LGBTQ couple about their relationship.

Stack wrote that he was compelled to speak out because he “didn’t want to displease God,” saying the Bible is “without error” and its hundreds of predictions are 100 percent accurate.

Since the story of Michael Stack’s letter broke in the press, he’s resigned and received death threats.

San Luis Obispo

A San Luis Obispo High School teacher has resigned in the face of widespread outrage over a letter he wrote to the school student newspaper that cited a Biblical passage saying those who commit homosexual acts “deserve to die.”

Special education teacher Michael Stack did not show up to work Thursday but sent the school an email at 1:07 p.m., which he also copied to Fox News, tendering his resignation, noting “the community apparently wants me out, so I hereby grant them their desires.”

Late Thursday morning, someone called the school and threatened Stack’s life, according to San Luis Coastal Unified School District Superintendent Eric Prater.

Betsy De Vos Booed by Subhuman College Students

Monkeys in graduation robes and mortarboard caps did everything but fling poo at American Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos when she attempted to deliver a commencement address at a Negro university on Wednesday.

The young scholars of color seem to have some resentments toward white people. After a decade of Obama/Holder brainwashing, why wouldn’t they be angry that America’s president is no longer tinted. They, with their short time horizons, probably thought that Obama would be president forever.

Interestingly, DeVos wasn’t there to warn the black race to shape up or ship out, but rather to pander to their narcissism, their belief in the false god of egalitarianism.

Aljazeera

Graduating seniors at Bethune-Cookman University turned their backs in protest against US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos at the start of her commencement speech at the historically black institution.

Some graduating students shouted “Liar!” and “Just go,” as she powered through her speech on Wednesday at the Florida university.

“Let’s choose to hear one another out,” DeVos said, reading her prepared text in a measured tone despite continuing waves of boos, catcalls and scattered applause.

As the crowd kept trying to shout her down, university president Edison Jackson briefly took over the microphone to sternly lecture the class of 2017.

“If this behaviour continues, your degrees will be mailed to you. Choose which way you want to go,” Jackson warned.

DeVos alienated many African-Americans in February when she described historically black colleges as “real pioneers when it comes to school choice”.

After a storm of criticism, she acknowledged that these colleges were “born, not out of mere choice, but out of necessity, in the face of racism”.

In her keynote, DeVos repeatedly praised the school’s founder, Mary McLeod Bethune, as someone who “refused to accept systemic and repulsive racism,” and had “the courage to change old ideas”.

“I am here to demonstrate in the most direct way possible that I and the administration are fully committed to your success and to the success of every student across this great country,” she said.

President Donald Trump’s nomination of DeVos, a Republican fundraiser with no classroom experience, was so controversial that Vice President Mike Pence had to cast a tie-breaking vote for her Senate confirmation.

Some leaders of historically black colleges and universities later expressed dismay when Trump invited them to the Oval Office for a “listening session” that became an apparent photo-op for Black History Month.

DeVos has continued since then to cite historically black colleges as examples of alternative options for quality education, her stated goal for promoting the diversion of tax money from public schools to private companies and charters.

Ahead of the speech, students, alumni and political activists sought to have DeVos’ invitation rescinded, saying they were offended by her earlier comment.

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About 60,000 signatures on two petitions were delivered to school officials on Tuesday objecting to her appearance at the university.

“Right now is not the time for Secretary DeVos to speak at any historically black college,” said Dominik Whitehead, a Bethune-Cookman alumnus who led one of the petition drives.

DeVos’ statement, he said, “just shows she is out of touch”.

Before the address, activists lined a sidewalk. One sign said “DeVos is not worthy.”

Jackson had been accused of selling out the school by inviting DeVos. He gave her a hug, then took back the podium as she left the stage.

Live Stream from Second Battle of New Orleans

Presently, Baked Alaska is interviewing people on the street. How long this live stream will last is unclear.

The antifa, black lives matter, and the black panthers have not yet arrived at Lee Circle where the patriots are protesting. Although little violence has been reported yet, that’s when the stuff will hit the fan.

Live Updates from NOLA.com

https://twitter.com/RichardAWebster/status/861284361135673345/video/1

Speaking at Lee Circle, Michael Hill, president of the League of the South, said up to 75 members of his group are present at the monument and more are expected to arrive by 1:30 p.m.

Hill, who is from northern Alabama, said the police told them they could not bring firearms and they complied.

“We’ve told our people no firearms and basically the police said to exercise our First Amendment right to public assembly and behave yourself,” he said.

As Hill spoke, a fight broke out near the monument’s base. One of the league members ran to Hill and said, “He attacked me! I landed a shot on him!”

“I think there will be some of this because tensions are high,” Hill said. “But we told all of our people to behave themselves and act in an honorable way and we always try to do that.”

Click on the link to NOLA for more.

New Orleans Braces for Violence Over Removal of Confederate Monument Today

Baked Alaska, David Duke, and other key figures in the alt-right are supposed to be in New Orleans today to protest the kowtowing to Negro and leftist demands that are seeing the removal of one Confederate monument after another under the orders of Mayor Mitch Landrieu.

NOLA

Guns banned, Lee Circle streets blocked for Confederate monument demonstrations

Guns will be banned and streets around Lee Circle closed Sunday at mid-day (May 7) for demonstrations around the pending removal of three Confederate monuments in New Orleans, Police Superintendent Michael Harrison said. Authorities will be keeping a close eye on Lee Circle, Congo Square and the Jefferson Davis monument because large crowds are expected and some people have made “credible threats” to public safety.

At a news conference Saturday night, Harrison said officers will be out “in force” to monitor the protests. He said Lee Circle and one block of every street intersecting it will be closed to traffic. Service on the St. Charles Avenue streetcar line, which loops around the circle, will be suspended at about 11 a.m. “for a certain time,” he said. He advised motorists to avoid the area.

“We certainly respect everyone’s right to assemble and to protest peacefully,” Harrison said. “However, we will not tolerate violence, and we will not tolerate threats.”

Due to threats, Harrison said, police plan to separate pro- and anti-monument protestors at Lee Circle, Congo Square and the Jefferson Davis monument. He did not elaborate on how officers would do so. Nor did he elaborate on the threats had been made, other than to say they have been made against both groups and individuals.

Tension in New Orleans has mounted since the Battle of Liberty Place obelisk was removed early on the morning of April 24, part of an initiative by Mayor Mitch Landrieu, backed by the City Council, to rid New Orleans of what some consider to be symbols of a racist society. Supporters consider the monuments part of history, and their removal an attempt to erase it.

Protestors on both sides clashed at the Jefferson Davis statute this week, prompting police to barricade it. Barricades also appeared Friday afternoon at Lee Circle.

Landrieu has said statues of Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and P.G.T. Beauregard and Confederacy President Jefferson Davis will come down sometime after the 2017 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival wraps ends Sunday.

The Lee monument stands in the center of Lee Circle, the Beauregard statue at an eastern entrance to City Park and the Davis memorial on Jefferson Davis Parkway at Canal Street. None is in Congo Square, which is on Louis Armstrong Park and was where enslaved African Americans were allowed in the 19th century to congregate on their day off.

Take ‘Em Down Nola, a group that has long advocated for the monuments’ removal, plans to rally at Congo Square on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. then march to Lee Circle. At least one pro-monument contingent has called for a rally at 11 a.m. at Lee Circle.

Harrison said protestors will not be allowed to carry guns. Despite Louisiana’s open-carry laws, he said, police will enforce city code that bars guns at public demonstrations. Masks and hoods, in accordance with state law, also will be prohibited, Harrison said.

“Our officers will be out, and we will be responding accordingly to protect public safety and to enforce the law,” Harrison said. “Given the scale and intensity of the threats and the size of the anticipated crowds, this is absolutely being treated as a homeland security situation.”

Aaron Miller, director of New Orleans’ Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, said authorities had received “serious and credible threats of violence” related to the monuments. He advised anyone not there to protest to avoid the area.

“As a result, the city continues to treat these events as a homeland security operation,” Miller said. “We’re working with state and federal law enforcement authorities, and we will take all precautions necessary to protect all individuals.”

Outlaw Morgan warns that the potential for a civil war type battle on the streets of New Orleans is high on Sunday. He’s planning to be there.

A further warning from Baked Alaska: