The word “Nigger” is a perfectly fine word. It’s simply “Niger,” the name of a country in Africa, with an extra “g” added.
What’s disturbing is seeing a large number of brain dead white youths siding with their Nigger school mates. It’s going to take some life experiences for them to learn that everything they work for in life will be partly stolen from them by government in order to support lazy, unintelligent worthless Niggers.
BROOKLINE, Mass. — A racist Snapchat video targeting a high school student in Massachusetts has offended many students and parents, CBS Boston reports.
In the video, two current students and one former student call out the targeted student by name and make reference to an honors program that he participates in, according to Brookline High School junior Shaniyah Clouden.
“They were repeatedly saying the n-word, hard r, over and over and over again and they sent it to a student of color on Snapchat,” said Clouden. “Not only using the n-word, but targeting our program for us in a derogatory way.”
Clouden says she posted the video on Facebook to bring attention to the issue.
“When she sent me the video I was shocked, I was really shocked, I was appalled,” said parent Natasha Browne.
The Brookline school department says it’s aware of this video and another similar one. The superintendent sent out a letter to parents about the investigation, saying those involved will be disciplined.
“We are disgusted and deeply disturbed that any member of the BHS community would make such vile, hate-filled videos,” the letter to families said. “We want to be clear these types of videos and behavior are unacceptable and have no place in our community.”
The Brookline Justice League is hoping the district deals with the issue of racism head on.
“Just words aren’t enough. I’d like to know what the school is going to do,” said Mariela Ames of the Brookline Justice League.
“I think it’ll really open up people’s eyes to the fact that racism is still alive,” said Clouden.
On Thursday, hundreds of students left their classrooms to make a unified statement denouncing the racist video.
School officials say they will be providing opportunities for students to meet with staff members to discuss the videos and what’s being done to prevent something like this from happening again.
After eight years of POS Obama, this is what you get: