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 for Calling Michelle Obama “ape in heels” Gets Her Job Back

Remember the woman who was sacked for a racist post calling Michelle Obama an ‘ape in heels’?

Well her unemployment was surprisingly short lived – just less than a month, in fact – as she has now reportedly been reinstated in the same job.

Last month, soon after the US election result was announced in Donald Trump’s favour, Pamela Ramsey Taylor wrote: ‘It will be so refreshing to have a classy, beautiful, dignified First Lady in the White House.


‘I’m tired of seeing a Ape (sic.) in heels.’

Taylor, who worked as a director of the nonprofit Clay County Development Corp. in West Virginia, was fired shortly afterwards.

But according to a letter from acting-director Leslie McGlothlin, Taylor is being reinstated later this month.

She will be able to go back to her position on December 23 after what is now being referred to as a ‘suspension’, the Charleston Gazette-Mail reports.

The post was deleted shortly after a backlash erupted, but not before shocked readers took screenshots.

Taylor wasn’t the only one who got in trouble because of the post, either.

Beverly Whaling, who was the mayor of West Virginia’s Clay County, left a comment on the status saying it ‘made my day’.

She later resigned from her post.

Michelle Obama “Ape in Heels” Facebook Post Draws Outrage


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Why should anyone be mortified by the truth?

Everyone, including blacks, knows that they have a close resemblance to apes and monkeys.


The day of political correctness is nearing an end. I hope these women are able to hold on to their jobs. “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”

ABC News

The director of a West Virginia development group and a mayor are under scrutiny after a racist post about first lady Michelle Obama caused a backlash and prompted calls on social media for both women to be fired.

Clay County Development Corp. director Pamela Ramsey Taylor made the post following Donald Trump’s election as president, saying: “It will be refreshing to have a classy, beautiful, dignified First Lady in the White House. I’m tired of seeing a Ape in heels.”

Clay Mayor Beverly Whaling responded: “Just made my day Pam.”

The post, first reported by WSAZ-TV, was shared hundreds of times on social media before it was deleted.

The Facebook pages of Taylor and Whaling couldn’t be found Monday. A call to the Clay County Development Corp. went unanswered and Whaling didn’t immediately return a telephone message.

An online petition seeks to remove Whaling and Taylor. The nonprofit development group provides services to elderly and low-income residents in Clay County. It is funded through state and federal grants and local fees.

It is not affiliated with the town of Clay, which is about 50 miles east of Charleston.

Owens Brown, director of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People’s West Virginia chapter, is among those calling for the removal of both women.

“I feel so it’s unfortunate that people still have these racist undertones,” Brown said. “Unfortunately, this is a reality that we are dealing with in America today. There’s no place for these types of attitudes in our state.”

African-Americans make up about 4 percent of West Virginia’s 1.8 million residents, according to the U.S. Census.

About 77 percent of Clay County residents supported Trump in the Nov. 8 election. In 2012, President Barack Obama received 31 percent of the county vote when Republican Mitt Romney easily carried the state.

A message left for the West Virginia chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People wasn’t immediately returned.

After looking at Michelle (Michael) Obama, the apes and monkeys may be feeling a little insulted. Or maybe they’re just having a good laugh.

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Negro Protestors Throw Excrement During Protest in South Africa

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Scroll down to see a zoo monkey fling poo at a screaming white girl.

It looks like the University of Cape Town has been turned by blacks into a zoo.

Fox News

JOHANNESBURG – A South African university says protesters demanding free education broke windows, forced open doors and threw human excrement in an effort to disrupt the resumption of classes.

The University of Cape Town re-opened Monday after closing because of security concerns, but police were on campus and used a stun grenade to disperse protesters outside a university building. The university says another building was evacuated because of vandalism by protesters who tossed sewage in the corridors.

Separately in Johannesburg, students blocked a road during the morning rush hour and threw stones before returning to their residential building at the University of the Witwatersrand.

Many South African universities have been hit since last month by sometimes violent protests for free education. However, many students want to study and complete the academic year.

Black Rapist Pisses on White Coed “for 400 years of slavery, bitch “, Cory Batey in Nashville

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At least white girls will be protected from the gorilla pictured above for 15 years. His name is Cory Batey. I’ve posted the vidoe of him and his pals taking the unconscious victim and treating her like a sack of garbage.

Batey should be horsewhipped, if judicial corporal punishment could be legalized.


NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A former Vanderbilt football player was sentenced Friday to 15 years in prison after he was convicted of taking part in the gang rape of an unconscious female student.

Davidson County Criminal Court Judge Monte Watkins handed down the sentence for Cory Batey after the victim in the case said her life has been shattered as a result of the rape.

The woman was a neuroscience and economics major when she was assaulted in a dorm on the Nashville campus in June of 2013. In all, four former football players were charged. The Associated Press does not generally identify victims of sexual assault.

The players used their cellphones to take pictures of the rape. One also videoed it and sent the footage to friends as it was happening.

The victim said she learned of what happened to her when detectives showed her the graphic images retrieved from the phones.

During her victim impact statement, she described the horror she felt seeing the images of herself.

“I’ve seen with my own eyes what I was when Mr. Batey was done with me: a piece of trash, face down in a hallway, covered in his urine and palm prints, a photograph he took himself,” the woman said. “There are no words to describe the horror of the images from that night and how it feels to watch yourself be dehumanized.”

She wept throughout much of her statement as she described how her life and her belief in the fundamental goodness of people were both upended with the discovery of what happened to her.

The victim has had to testify at multiple trials, and Batey’s high-profile status and the international attention the case received left her in constant fear of being known as the victim. As a result, she said she feels the attack on her continues throughout every new court proceeding.

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Judge rules monkey cannot own selfie photos copyright

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You’d have to ask the judge for clarification, but I don’t believe that this ruling applies to that Erectus who walks among us.

Fox News

SAN FRANCISCO – A macaque monkey who took now-famous selfie photographs cannot be declared the copyright owner of the photos, a federal judge said Wednesday.

U.S. District Judge William Orrick said in a tentative ruling in federal court in San Francisco that “while Congress and the president can extend the protection of law to animals as well as humans, there is no indication that they did so in the Copyright Act.”

The lawsuit filed last year by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals sought a court order allowing PETA to represent the monkey and let it to administer all proceeds from the photos for the benefit of the monkey, which it identified as 6-year-old Naruto, and other crested macaques living in a reserve on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.

The photos were taken during a 2011 trip to Sulawesi with an unattended camera owned by British nature photographer David Slater, who asked the court to dismiss the case. Slater says the British copyright obtained for the photos by his company, Wildlife Personalities Ltd., should be honored worldwide.

PETA sued Slater and his San Francisco-based self-publishing company Blurb, which published a book called “Wildlife Personalities” that includes the “monkey selfie” photos.

The photos have been widely distributed elsewhere by outlets, including Wikipedia, which contend that no one owns the copyright to the images because they were taken by an animal, not a person.