High School Students Saying Taboo Word in Snapchat Video Prompts Classmates to Walk Out in Protest



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.

CBS News

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:

Negro Air Force Academy Cadet Wrote Racial Slurs on Doors


Another instance of blacks fabricating racism in order to defame the white race has been exposed at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

One good outcome: There’s one less Negro at the Academy now.

Air Force Times

One of the five black Air Force Academy preparatory school cadet candidates who had racial slurs written on their dormitory message boards has admitted to writing the slurs, the academy said in a Tuesday statement.

The cadet candidate is no longer a student at the prep school, said Lt. Col. Allen Herritage, spokesman for the academy.

“Racism has no place at the academy, in any shape or form,” Herritage said. “We will continue to create a climate of dignity and respect for all, encourage ideas that do so, and hold those who fail to uphold these standards accountable.”

Racial slurs were written on the dormitory message boards of five black cadet candidates at the Air Force Academy Preparatory School earlier this week.

The racial slurs were discovered outside the dorm rooms of the black cadet candidates in late September. One cadet candidate’s mother posted a photograph of the slur online and expressed her outrage.

That cadet candidate’s father said in an interview with Air Force Times at the time that he felt the academy was taking the right steps to address the issue, and that he did not see his son as a victim.

“The word has zero power in my house. Zero power,” the father said.

Academy superintendent Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria sternly denounced the slur incident in an address to the entire academy Sept. 28. Video of Silveria’s speech went viral online and was aired extensively on national news networks.


In a forceful speech to the entire Air Force Academy Thursday, Superintendent Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria said there would be zero tolerance for the display of racist attitudes, and urged anyone who disagreed to “get out.”

“Just in case you‘re unclear about where I stand on this topic … if you can’t treat someone from another race or a different color skin with dignity and respect, then you need to get out,” Silveria said.

The academy said that its investigation into the racial slur incident is now complete, and that it would not discuss further details due to Privacy Act restrictions.

When this story originally broke, I vaguely recall most of us here calling it a hoax. If we can easily see the hoaxes perpetrated by disaffected Negros, why can’t highly paid institutional leaders see it too. CNN blasted President Trump, who wisely remained silent about this incident, while praising Silveria for his now proved to be unjustified anti-racist remarks.

Watch faggot Lt. Gen. Silveria chew out whites students, who probably knew as we did that “The dindu did it.”

It’s time for a dindu meme:

Cheerleaders Under Investigation After Allegations of Clever “f*cking Niggers” Video Surfaces

I think we have a nice, cute group of white cheerleaders in this story that we don’t have to worry about going for the purple crayon.

Every word in the dictionary, including “Nigger,” is there for a good reason. They spoke the word backwards, as I understand it. Or they said it and then posted the video in reverse.

The girls insulted no one. They harmed no one. They obviously don’t like blacks, which is within their rights under natural law.

Leave them alone. They dindu nuffins. Really. In this case they dindu nuffins.

Salt Lake Tribune

An investigation is underway into a video circulated on social media Monday night showing a group of Weber High School students chanting racial slurs and vulgarities, a Weber School District spokesman said.

District spokesman Lane Findlay said the girls in the video are juniors and seniors at Weber High, and three of them participate on the school’s cheerleading team.

Findlay said that, based on interviews with the three of the girls, the video appears to have been filmed last year during the school’s fall break. The girls recorded themselves inside a vehicle that was not on school property, he said, and the students were not participating in a campus activity at the time.

“The students were on a trip outside of school on their own personal time,” Findlay said in a statement.

But Findlay said in an interview that the video has caused a disruption at school, and that cheerleaders are held to a higher standard of conduct as part of their eligibility for extracurricular activities.

“Right now the focus is on the investigation and trying to answer all the questions that have come up,” Findlay said.

The roughly 10-second video was shared widely on social media platforms. In it, the five girls are heard taking turns saying “F— n——” and laughing into the camera.

You can watch on youtube, below toward the bottom of the post , if you like.

Findlay said it appears the girls were saying “serggin cuff” — that phrase was also posted as a caption for the video on Instagram — and then edited the video to play backwards, producing the offensive language. One of the participating students posted the video on a private account, Findlay said, which was seen by other students, who made the video public on various social media platforms.

Findlay said the potential consequences range from simple counseling to removal from the cheerleading team and expulsion from school.
“All of those things would be on the table,” Findlay said. “Obviously they knew what they were doing. It‘s just completely inappropriate.”

An updated statement from the district released to the public Tuesday afternoon emphasized that the students had made a mistake, but would be held accountable. The district also asked for patience as its probe continues.

“Appropriate disciplinary action will be taken if the students involved are found to have violated the school’s code of conduct,” Findlay said. “ The girls we have spoken with have all been very apologetic for their actions.”

Watch on youtube if you prefer:

If you’re on Disqus you might think about going on to the Tribune and write a comment defending the girls. They’re being slaughtered in the comments by virtue signaling a**holes, probably Mormons.

Female Reporter Insulted by Negro Football Player Cam Newton Apologizes for “Nigger” Tweets


For the last few days a gentleman of color who is a big name in American football has been on the hot seat for gently expressing the opinion that it seems odd to him to have women sports reporters.

Feminists, the press, and others blew this up into a big deal. In reality, why should anyone care about his personal opinion since he doesn’t control which sports reporters cover him.

The black fellow, $35 million a year quarterback Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers, groveled an apology to women. He lost one lucrative endorsement deal and was in danger of losing more.


Now it’s been discovered by the ever vigilant troublemakers who stick their noses into everybody’s business that the reporter, Jourdan Rodrigue (Hispanic?) has a past.

This whole episode is a great example of a distraction intended to make us forget that there are really important issues that we should be grappling with.

Charlotte Observer

Jourdan Rodrigue, a Charlotte Observer reporter who covers the NFL’s Carolina Panthers, apologized Thursday for tweets that she sent in 2012 and 2013.

“I apologize for the offensive tweets from my Twitter account 4/5 years ago,” Rodrigue said in a Twitter statement. “There is no excuse for these tweets and the sentiment behind them. I am deeply sorry and apologize.”

In Rodrigue’s old tweets, which she made while in college, she made light of racist remarks made by others and retweeted a racial slur.

In December 2012, she tweeted: “My dad is being super racist as we pass through Navajo land.”

And in August 2013, she tweeted: “He’s the best. Racist jokes the whole drive home.”

It’s nice when a girl appreciates her father and his racism.

In May 2013, Jourdan quoted a Twitter parody account: “The earth moves at 450+ mph that’s 10 times triller than NASCAR Dale Earnhart’s (sic) a b—- n—-”

Observer Editor Sherry Chisenhall said, “The Twitter posts are regrettable and we wish they hadn’t happened. We don’t condone the posts or the messages they convey. We believe Jourdan is deeply sincere in her apology and regret about those tweets.”

Rodrigue, 25, entered the national spotlight Wednesday, after a press conference in which she asked Panthers quarterback Cam Newton a question about a receiver. Newton responded by saying “it’s funny to hear a female talk about (wide receiver) routes.”

And there you have it, ladies and gentlemen.

Much ado about nothing.

Can’t a black male have an opinion? Can’t a white female enjoy racist jokes?

Not with the busybodies who take great delight in embarrassing people and ruining their lives.

This busybody society is what you get snitching is exalted as a positive value. I’m with the guys in prison. Give snitches the shiv.

As to this kerfuffle, it’s the least important story that I can imagine. Watching and following football and other sports is the least productive activity imaginable.

N-word found on Air Force Academy dorm message boards

Microchip used the word “fag” to describe the Superintendent of the Air Force Academy, Gen. Jay Silveria, for his holier than thou response to an incident that involves the words “Go home Nigger.”

That’s the perfect response. Silveria is a fag. He took a minor incident, which may be a hoax perpetrated by blacks or Jews, and turned it into a publicity stunt that burnished his credentials with social justice warriors worldwide.

CNN, for example, is praising the general, while dumping on President Trump for not saying what the general said.

Here’s how reasonably straight CBS reported the story.

CBS News

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — The U.S. Air Force Academy confirmed Thursday it is investigating a racial slur written on dormitory message boards of five cadet candidates attending the Academy’s Preparatory School, reports CBS Denver.

Officials reiterated there is no place for racism in the Air Force.

“If you’re outraged by those words, then you’re in the right place,” said Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria, superintendent of the Academy. “That kind of behavior has no place at the Prep School, at USAFA, and in the United States.”

A photo shared on Facebook shows a dry erase board with the words, “go home n-word” written on a dorm for cadet candidates at the Prep School.

“You should be outraged as an airman and as a human being,” the superintendent said.

Lt. Gen. Silveria spoke to faculty, staff, and thousands of cadets at the Academy during lunch. Some were learning about the use of the racial slur for the first time. He acknowledged that no place will ever be completely free of racism.


“I would be naive and we would all be naive to think that everything is perfect here,” said Silveria.

He called on everyone to celebrate their unique backgrounds that make them stronger together.

“The appropriate response for horrible language and horrible ideas, the appropriate response is a better idea,” he said.

The Prep School is a 10-month program that helps cadet candidates enter into the Academy.

Silveria says that better idea is the unity they can all show as cadets and members of the Air Force.

“The power that we come from all walks of life,” he said. “That we come from all parts of this country, that we come from all races, from all backgrounds, genders, all makeup, all upbringing, the power of that diversity comes together and makes us that much more powerful.”

Silveria didn’t repeat what was written but made it clear his words were directed to those who wrote on the dorm message boards.

“No one can write on a board and question our values,” he said. “No one can take that away from us.”

The Academy says the 10th Security Forces Squadron is investigating the matter and no one can comment any further at this time.

The strong message sent by the superintendent was a combination of highlighting the diversity at the Academy but also stating to everyone in attendance that intolerance won’t be accepted. He told everyone in the room to take out their cell phones and record part of his speech so they can keep with them the expectations of the Academy on this issue.

“If you can’t treat someone with dignity and respect, then you need to get out,” he said. “If you can’t teach someone from another gender whether that’s a man or a woman with dignity and respect, then you need to get out. If you demean someone in any way, then you should get out. And if you can’t treat someone from another race or a different color skin with dignity and respect, then you need to get out.”

Watch the General pontificate in this five minute video.

That “Diversity is our strength” message is so tired and cliched by now. And it’s been shown to be false over and over.

Fire Chief Out After Using N-Word on Black Steelers Head Coach



Contrast the national headlines over an emotional use of the word “Nigger” to the rapid fading from view of the Nashville church shooting story that involved a black immigrant killing one white person and wounding seven.

Even if you believe that the use of the word “Nigger” is objectionable by white people, is it really justified to force a man out in the case of a situation in which 200 black football players allegedly disrespected the country that gave them their opportunity to become instant millionaires? Emotions do run high sometimes.

The chief resigned. Never resign. Make them fire you.

CBS News

PITTSBURGH — Volunteer fire chief Paul Smith resigned from his position Tuesday in wake of a shocking message he posted on Facebook using a racial slur, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

In a statement to the newspaper, Smith said, “The media dragged my fire company and township into this as well as my family.”

Smith’s Facebook message grabbed national headlines and came amid the fallout after the Pittsburgh Steelers game Sunday, when the team decided to stay in the tunnel at Chicago’s Soldier Field during the national anthem.

The fan reaction was mixed from support for the players to outraged fury over their decision. However, as CBS Pittsburgh reported, many local residents felt Smith’s response crossed the line.

Smith, the chief of Cecil Volunteer Fire Station #2, posted a derogatory response on Facebook which directed a racial slur at Steelers’ head coach Mike Tomlin.

Reaction to Smith’s post in Cecil Township was quick and negative.

The Cecil Township Board of Supervisors said in a statement Tuesday that it’s “deeply disturbed by the comments made by Volunteer Chief Smith, and in no way, shape or form condone his comments.”

Dylan Pareso, who lives across the street from the fire hall, said, “I’m completely upset, especially for a town like this, coming from the fire chief, that’s disrespectful in my eyes. I don’t agree with it one bit.”

Mary Plumley told CBS Pittsburgh, “For a fire chief or for anybody like that to say something like that is wrong. They don’t need to be in that position.”

“It’s not good. No, I don’t like it at all,” Janet Vickers said.

Wes Leopold reacted to Smith’s post, saying, “It’s kind of a dumb thing to do. I think, there’s enough tension in this country. He’s definitely adding to it.”

Chief Smith is out of the country on vacation, but on Facebook, he responded to CBS Pittsburgh.

“I am embarrassed at this. I want to apologize. I was frustrated and angry at the Steelers not standing the anthem. This had nothing to do with my Fire Department. I regret what I said.”

“My fire department should have never been dragged into this. It was a bad judgement by me, for which I am very embarrassed, for them and my township.”

Also Tuesday, the Steelers’ president Art Rooney II released a statement on Twitter to reiterate that the team’s decision to stay in the locker room was meant to remove themselves from making a political statement.

Meanwhile, Steelers lineman Alejandro Villanueva — the only Steelers player standing outside the tunnel for the national anthem before their game Sunday — said on Monday that the he did not intend to make a political statement. He said the national anthem situation got out of control and he is taking the blame.

“Unfortunately I threw my teammates under the bus, unintentionally,” Villanueva said. “Every single time I see that picture of me standing by myself I feel embarrassed.”

With that apology, Villanueva went from hero to zero. As I’ve written before, he probably doesn’t want to be the target of super violent career-ending tackles on the field made by black activist thug players.

Under Investigation: Partying Sorority Girls Singing Kanye West Song with “Nigger” Lyrics Sparks Negroid Outrage on Campus Leading to WITCH HUNT


Don’t let the black kids guilt trip you, ladies. Not for uttering the perfectly fine word, “Nigger.”

But be aware that the thought police are investigating you. Don’t apologize. OK?

NH1 News

A video of a group of sorority girls at the University of New Hampshire singing along to a Kanye West song has sparked outrage at the school after being posted to social media.

The Facebook group All Eyes on UNH posted the video Tuesday just before noon.

“A member of Alpha Phi Sorority put up this video of girls singing along to Gold Digger by Kanye West on her Instagram story,” the post reads. “The girls sing the n-word without thinking of the implications.”

“This is a showcase of ignorance and that the Panhellenic Council should do better in combating racism. The first step is addressing willful ignorance.”

Commenters have both criticized and defended the sorority with some saying they could easily avoid saying the word and others saying it’s just song lyrics.

Here are some of the Facebook comments that I found:

A member of Alpha Phi Sorority put up this video of girls singing along to Gold Digger by Kanye West on her Instagram story. The girls sing the n-word without thinking of the implications.
This is a showcase of ignorance and that the Panhellenic Council should do better in combating racism. The first step is addressing willful ignorance.

Keith Mercier Well, now lets see….how many movies have used this word?. How many musicians have used this word. The way I see it is like this. If that word is so offensive that NO ONE should use it. These girls are signing the lyrics that have been OUT in that songs for how long. People need to grow up and take their sensitive wittle feelwings and get over themselves. The easiest way to SPOT the racist person in a group, just listen to the first person that claims something to be racist. Now, i’m not saying this is 100%, but come one people. 2017, and so far, everything offends everyone. go back to 2016, it wasn’t this bad. Whats next, are we going to move to take out the white, black, brown, tan, peach, crayons. It’s just a color, but, ..i’m sure someone out there wants to cry about it. How about we get rid of white out, and how about is a person is ill and has a blackout. This is what the world is coming to and it is very sad. I for one hope nothing happens to any of these people, and I hope that every person that wants to cry and protest about it just gets ignored.

Kim Labus Don’t say the n-word if you’re not black

Tommy Haas This isn’t about freedom of speech, it’s about making the 92% of white students at UNH more socially aware so that people of color feel more comfortable, welcome and safe at UNH. Y’all can sit here arguing about whether it’s ok to say it or not all day long but the fact is this doesn’t sit right with most people, especially black folk and POC, and definitely isn’t broadcasting an inclusive environment in the eyes of many. You can disagree with me all you want, but that won’t change the fact that this can make POC feel unwelcome and could potentially turn people away from the school. It is literally up to you, the students, to make sure UNH is more welcoming. It doesn’t matter how you feel about this song or these girls singing it if you’re white, it matters how POC view UNH based off the examples set by its students. I say it matters because shit like this would make the majority of the black and Latinx folk I know look for another school.

Stephanie Turner So are only the black girls in this sorority allowed to sing this song?It’s a song, the girls are not racist and had no malicious intentions. You are creating a problem where there shouldn’t be one. Korea is launching missiles and y’all worried about girls innocently singing along to a kanye west song..

Fox News is reporting that the sorority party girls are now under investigation due to the Facebook flap. Never post stuff on Facebook. How many times do we have to warn you???!!!

A UNH spokeswoman told NH1 Wednesday that the college was investigating the video and the sorority.

“No disciplinary action has yet been taken by the university. The incident is under review,” spokeswoman Erika Mantz told the outlet.

“We believe strongly in the right to free speech as recognized by the First Amendment, and we also believe in the right of every member of our community to feel safe and respected.

“We continue to work to improve our campus culture through education, awareness and action.”

Cowardly administrators. There is no Constitutional right to never be offended, which is what this witch hunt is about.