Tolerance for Faggotry on the Wane Among Americans

It’s normal and natural to feel discomfort over being forced to witness that which is not normal, such as two men kissing and feeling each other up.

Virtue-signaling Americans love faggots. But perhaps virtue-signaling is getting tiresome to at least some.

Excerpt from NY Mag

A new report out from GLAAD suggests that there has been something of a retrenchment in comfort with gay equality. The massive gains of the last couple of decades have stalled a little. While the percentage of people who support equality for gays, lesbians, and transgender people remains at a high of 79 percent, more people are expressing some discomfort: “In 2014, for example, 27 percent of non-LGBT Americans said they would be ‘very’ or ‘somewhat’ uncomfortable looking at a wedding picture on an LGBT co-worker’s desk. The following year, that figure dipped to 25 percent. Now, it has returned to 27 percent.” The survey shows a similar rise in discomfort in several other day-to-day situations.

The following bar graph ran today in the Daily Stormer.

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Blaze Bernstein’s Killer is Being Called a White Supremacist

SAMUEL WOODWARD CURB STOMPING A FRIEND IN A POSED PHOTO.

There’s been a lot happening with the reporting on Samuel Woodward, who has allegedly admitted stabbing Blaze Bernstein to death after Bernstein kissed him.

The evidence that Woodward, who called himself “Saboteur” (!!!) online, was anything other than a politically incorrect youth goofing around is thin. He does not appear to be a serious follower of National Socialism, White Nationalism, or any other philosophy, although the press is making an effort to portray him that way.

Excerpt from the New York Post

This is how the accused killer of the California Ivy league student gets his kicks — by pretending to crush a friend’s skull on a concrete block.

While the teen on the ground with his head propped on the yellow parking barrier was unharmed, the photo reveals a disturbing fascination with violence.

But the chilling snap — posted on the social media app iFunny — pales in comparison to the hate-filled ideology 20-year-old Samuel Woodward allegedly spewed online, The Post has found.

Multiple sources say Woodward created the now-deleted iFunny account under the handle “Saboteur” — and used it to spread white-supremacist and Neo-Nazi screeds.

Indeed, the photo appears to recreate the gruesome “curb stomp” attack depicted in 1998’s “American History X,” in which Edward Norton stars as a neo-Nazi skinhead.

The newly revealed online persona could shed new light on a possible motive in Woodward’s alleged murder of 19-year-old University of Pennsylvania pre-med student Blaze Bernstein, who was found stabbed 20 times in a shallow grave in an Orange County, Calif., park on Jan. 9. Bernstein was Jewish.

Speculation on a motive has so far centered on Woodward’s sworn statement saying he flew into a rage after Bernstein tried to give him an unwanted kiss. In the reported police affidavit, Woodward allegedly said he had wanted to call his former high school classmate “a faggot.”

Police have not ruled out a hate crime.

Saboteur “was one hundred percent a White Nationalist from his comments that I personally saw,” said an iFunny app user who wanted to be identified only as Daniel W.

Saboteur over the years had posted purported photos and videos of himself, and a former teacher and multiple iFunny users confirmed those images were of Woodward.

A disturbing racist, sexually charged caption accompanied one photo Woodward purportedly posted of himself, wearing a commencement gown, and posing with a young female teacher of Indian or Middle Eastern descent.

“I would vigorously bone the living hell out of my English teacher, like holy f- -k. I don’t care if it’s miscegenation [interbreeding], That babe would be pregnant as f- -k year after year, around the clock, acting as a hub of genetic imperialism and giving life to half arab Saboteur-offspring to further my conquest and aims,” it said. The high school would not comment on the twisted boast.

During debates on the phone app, Woodward consistently spouted defenses “of white nationalism and support of Nazi ideas,” said Daniel W.

“Anti-Semitism and homophobia were certainly aspects of his ideology,” said another iFunny user who claimed to be close to Woodward.

The iFunny app is designed for users to upload funny memes, photos and videos to their accounts for other users to comment and re-share.

But sources claim Woodward mostly posted diatribes in the “iPolitics” group.

“Sam was a radical National Socialist. He dedicated his account to radical nationalist movements throughout history and worked towards spreading his ideology,” the source close to Woodward wrote.

Woodward’s posts grew more disturbing over time, according to the source.

He “went from a man interested in right-wing ideology to a much more concerning and dangerous belief system,” the source said, including espousing “white revolution.” Another source said he expressed hate for refugees.

Such an evolution isn’t unusual, according to the Anti-Defamation League.

“Meme culture has been embraced by white supremacists, who are very active online and increasingly seek to employ irony and humor to spread their hateful messages,” said Oren Segal, director of ADL’s Center on Extremism.

Despite Woodward’s rhetoric, he was also regarded as “one of the smartest and most sane nationalists on the app,” the source said.

Woodward drifted away from iFunny in the last year and deleted the “Saboteur” account, the sources said.

On Jan. 12, Woodward was arrested and charged with murder of the baby-faced Bernstein. On Jan. 4, a visibly nervous Woodward was questioned by cops about the missing Bernstein, because the two had communicated by snapchat shortly before the victim’s disappearance two days earlier. Investigators noticed his scratched hands and dirt-filled fingernails, according to court filings, and Woodward claimed it was from a “fight club.” Cops later observed him clean out his car and return to the scene of the crime.

A kid with a sexual interest in a nonwhite female teacher is as far from a White Nationalist as it’s possible to get. Woodward has a crazy look through his eyes. Blaze Bernstein played with fire and paid the ultimate price. There is no real racial motive on Woodward’s part, but it wouldn’t surprise me if he’s charged with a hate crime in the murder, which I think may lead to the death penalty.

Suspect in Blaze Bernstein Death Says the Gay Jewish Youth Kissed Him on the Lips

The parents of murder victim Blaze Bernstein are making noises about having the suspect, Samuel Woodward, charged with a hate crime.

This story is still developing, but we know a lot more than we did a few days ago. Blaze’s parents are now admitting that he was a so-called gay, meaning a degenerate with an anal fixation.

Apparently, Blaze wished to have sex with Woodward, which caused Woodward to lose it.

New York Post

SANTA ANA, Calif. — A man suspected in the killing of a 19-year-old University of Pennsylvania student who was stabbed nearly two dozen times and buried in a shallow grave at a California park told investigators that he was being hit on, a newspaper reported.

Samuel Lincoln Woodward, 20, was arrested and taken into custody Friday on suspicion of homicide after DNA evidence linked him to the death of Blaze Bernstein, a college sophomore, Orange County Undersheriff Don Barnes said.

The Orange County Register reported that Bernstein was stabbed more than 20 times. No weapon has been found.

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Blaze Bernstein’s Alt-Right “Racist” Friend Arrested for His Homicide

ALLEGED KILLER SAMUEL WOODWARD, LEFT, WITH BLAZE BERNSTEIN.

Blaze Bernstein’s friend’s story was as stupid as the stories concocted by many of the Dindus featured here over the years. It’s no surprise that he has been arrested.

What’s still missing is the motive.

Unfortunately, as I feared, the alleged killer is alt-right, as reported by Heavy. I don’t think there’s enough on Woodward to portray him as a full-blown Nazi though.

Excerpt from Los Angeles Times

Three days after the body of a missing teenager was found buried in a shallow grave in an Orange County park, detectives announced Friday that they had arrested a former high school classmate in the slaying.

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Body of Missing Jewish College Student Blaze Bernstein Found as Police Suspect Homicide

BLAZE BERNSTEIN. MISSING FOR A WEEK, FOUND DEAD IN A PARK AT AGE 19.

A Jewish college student has been found dead in a park after going missing while allegedly becoming separated from a friend in the park.

Red flags are strong with this case.

Jewish privilege has kicked in and police are pulling out all stops to find a solution to the mystery.

I just hope that a false flag doesn’t result, with a so-called Nazi being made the patsy in some sort of antisemitism narrative.

Following the story, I’ll offer a theory about how a nice Jewish kid ended up on a slab in the morgue. You can do the same if you like.

People

The body of a 19-year-old college student was found on Tuesday in California about a week after he disappeared — and police are investigating whether his death was a homicide, PEOPLE confirms.

“Based off what they found at the scene they are considering it a homicide,” Carrie Braun, a spokeswoman for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, tells PEOPLE.

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Violent Leftist Protests Mar MILO Appearance in Oz

YIKES! THIS IS AUSTRALIA???!!!

Milo’s speaking tour of Australia is a two-part story.

The first part describes the considerable effort put in by the left to disrupt Milo’s Monday appearance in Melbourne. Since then, Milo has journeyed to Australia’s capital city of Canberra and given a talk without seeing the left disrupt him.

First, here’s what happened in Melbourne, as the leftists attacked peaceful Milo supporters.

Daily Mail

Violent protests have erupted in Melbourne after Milo Yiannopoulos’ critics were leaked the location of his secret show.

Left-wing protesters descended onto Stubbs Avenue in Kensington, Melbourne’s north-west, on Monday afternoon ahead of the right-wing firebrand’s speech.

Police in riot gear were forced to intervene when verbal clashes turned physical between the protesters and Mr Yiannopoulos’s supporters.

Police used capsicum spray to subdue some of the more violent demonstrators.

Dozens of officers erected a battle line in an effort to separate the two protest groups.

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Shazaam, Shazaam, Shazaam … Gomer Pyle Dead at 87

Sylacauga, Alabama’s favorite son has died. The rest of the world mourns with his hometown.

Jim Nabors, fondly remembered for his role as kindly but clumsy Marine Gomer Pyle, will no longer make us laugh with his trademark exclamations of “Surprise,” “Shazaam,” or “Gollllll-ly.”

Jim was a homosexual, but I doubt that even Muslims would want to throw him off a building. He kept his sexual activities to himself and never campaigned for “gay rights.” That’s to his credit. I do recall that in 1967 it was widely rumored that Jim Nabors and Rock Hudson had gotten “married.” Everyone knew, even then.

He leaves behind his “husband” with whom he had lived for 38 years.

CBS News

HONOLULU — Jim Nabors, the shy Alabaman whose down-home comedy made him a TV star as Gomer Pyle and whose surprisingly operatic voice kept him a favorite in Las Vegas and other showplaces, died Thursday. He was 87.

Nabors, who underwent a liver transplant in 1994 after contracting hepatitis B, died peacefully at his home in Hawaii after his health had declined for the past year, said his husband, Stan Cadwallader, who was by his side.

JIM WITH STAN CADWALLADER.

Cadwallader told CBS News that Nabors’ underwent a series of tests on Wednesday, but the decision was made to bring him home from the hospital.

“Everybody knows he was a wonderful man. And that’s all we can say about him. He’s going to be dearly missed,” Cadwallader said.

The coroner has not yet released Nabors’ cause of death, but Cadwallader said it appears to be from natural causes.

The couple married in early 2013 in Washington state, where gay marriage had recently been made legal. Nabors’ friends had known for years that he was gay, but he had never said anything to the media.

“It’s pretty obvious that we had no rights as a couple, yet when you’ve been together 38 years, I think something’s got to happen there, you’ve got to solidify something,” Nabors told Hawaii News Now at the time. “And at my age, it’s probably the best thing to do.”

Nabors became an instant success when he joined “The Andy Griffith Show” in the early 1960s. The character of Gomer Pyle, the unworldly, lovable gas pumper who would exclaim “Gollllll-ly!” proved so popular that in 1964 CBS starred him in “Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.”

In the spinoff, which lasted five seasons, Gomer left his hometown of Mayberry to become a Marine recruit. His innocence confounded his sergeant, the irascible Frank Sutton.

Audiences saw another side of Nabors in appearances in TV variety programs — his booming baritone. The contrast between his homespun humor (“The tornado was so bad a hen laid the same egg twice”) and his full-throated operatic arias was stunning.

For two seasons beginning in 1969, CBS presented “The Jim Nabors Hour” on which he joshed with guest stars, did sketches with Sutton and fellow “Gomer” veteran Ronnie Schell, and sang country and opera.

Offstage, Nabors retained some of the awed innocence of Gomer. At the height of his fame in 1969, he admitted, “For the first four years of the series, I didn’t trust my success. Every weekend and on every vacation, I would take off to play nightclubs and concerts, figuring the whole thing would blow over some day.

“You know somethin’? I still find it difficult to believe this kind of acceptance. I still don’t trust it.”

After the end of his variety show, Nabors continued earning high salaries in Las Vegas showrooms and in concert theaters across the country. He recorded more than two dozen albums and sang with the Dallas and St. Louis symphony orchestras.

During the 1970s he moved to Hawaii, buying a 500-acre macadamia ranch. He still did occasional TV work, and in the late 1970s, he appeared 10 months annually at Hilton hotels in Hawaii. The pace gave him an ulcer.

“I was completely burned out,” he later recalled. “I’d had it with the bright lights.”

In the early 1980s, his longtime friendship with Burt Reynolds led to roles in “Stroker Ace,” ”Cannonball II” and “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.”

He returned to concert and nightclub performances in 1985, though at a less intensive pace.

“It was kind of like ‘The Twilight Zone’ for me, all of us standing there in costumes, the girls in spangles, no tops,” he told The Associated Press during his comeback stint at the Las Vegas Hilton. “I looked around and told the girls, ‘I’m used to being on the back of a tractor, then to be dropped into the midst of this! It’s kind of weird.'”

Among his regular gigs was singing “Back Home Again in Indiana” at the Indianapolis 500 each year, which he first did in 1972. The first time, he wrote the lyrics on his hand so he wouldn’t forget.

“I’ve never thought of (the audience reaction) as relating to me,” Nabors said. “It’s always relating to the song and to the race. It is applauding for the tradition of the race and the excitement.”

Illness forced him to cancel his appearance in 2007, the first one he had missed in more than 20 years. He was back performing at Indy in 2008, saying, “It’s always the main part of my year. It just thrills you to your bones.”

Nabors was an authentic small-town Southern boy, born James Thurston Nabors in Sylacauga, Alabama, in 1930, son of a police officer. Boyhood attacks of asthma required long periods of rest, during which he learned to entertain his playmates with vocal tricks.

After graduating from the University of Alabama, he worked in New York City for a time, and later, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where he was an assistant film editor and occasional singer at a TV station.

Nabors moved on to Hollywood with hopes of using his voice. While cutting film at NBC in the daytime, he sang at night at a Santa Monica club.

“I was up there on the stage the night that Andy Griffith came in,” Nabors recalled in 1965. “He said to me afterward, ‘You know somethin,’ boy? You’re good. I’m going to bring my manager around to see you.'”

In 1991, Nabors got a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame in ceremonies attended by pals Carol Burnett, Loni Anderson, Phyllis Diller and Florence Henderson. His reaction? “Gollll-ly!”