Oncoming Racial Doom: The Clash of Cultures

You will feel good and you will feel justified as you read the bitterness toward blacks that is expressed in this post.

Fred Reed has written the most powerful piece about blacks you’re likely to see anywhere. Print it out and tape it to your mirror and read it again and again when you shave every morning. Then spread it far and wide.

This piece is the most “racist” thing you’re likely to see from a mainstream writer. Fred calls out every form of black meanness and failure. He’s bitter about what we’ve lost because of the black race.

Unz.com

Curiously, what made me give up all interest in the problems of blacks was not their virulent racism, their horrendous rates of crime, or their parasitism. Instead it was the assaults by blacks and their fellow travelers on Confederate monuments, particularly in New Orleans. Similarly, the banning of the Confederate battle flag at Gettysburg, for God’s sake. For reasons doubtless opaque to the historically ignorant, this annoys me. Why should the least productive, most criminal, most dependent of the population rewrite history that in any event they don’t know? The erasure of the South and the Confederacy by people most of whom couldn’t spell it, of Washington and Jefferson and Lee by grifters, race hustlers, wanton illiterates and the Brownshirts of Black Lives Matter…enough.

How many think this but won’t say it?

Now I find the black mayoress of Baltimore–a city lovely and livable in the time of Mencken before being made a decayed war zone by blacks–threatening monuments in that city. Enough. Too much.

I was not always sick of the misbehavior of blacks. In the now infinitely remote early Sixties, when I was a student in the last all-white class in Virginia’s rural King George High–graduated ‘64–integration was just beginning. To the extent that I thought about race, the question was abstract, a matter of moral principles, of ideals and fairness, unrelated to an actual people with actual characteristics who might not integrate well. Blacks had been mistreated. If given the opportunity they would rise and join American civilization. That they might not occurred only to those with experience, which did not include me.

When my parents, wiser than I–if it is possible to be wiser than a seventeen-year-old–said that integration would not work. I didn’t believe them.

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“Racist” Woman Condemned for Demanding A White Doctor for Her Son

A white Canadian mother is being roundly criticized for asking for a white doctor who speaks English to provide treatment for her son.

It’s no exaggeration to say that she’s being horrifically demonized on the Internet. Obviously, many leftists are trying to dox her. They want her name, phone number, address, place of work, etc., so that she can be fired and terrorized by leftist scum.

I left the following comment on youtube, which I dashed off quickly. I’m sorry for the cursing, but I think my anger is justified: “Fuck you antiracist assholes posting here. These foreign fuckface doctors will kill you. Every mom wants the best for her children. Low IQ morons from Turdistan aren’t the best. Most of the street shitters have to be taught how to use a fucking toilet, for God’s sake.”

Anyone with half an ounce of brain matter knows that the level of competence of nonwhite physicians is distinctly below that of white and Jewish doctors. A person has the right to ask for best. That’s what our heroic mom did.

The faggots criticizing white mom wouldn’t see a street shitter or dune coon doctor, so why should she.

New York Daily News

A Canadian woman was recorded demanding a “white doctor” for her son at a walk-in clinic in Ontario.

The incident was captured by Hitesh Bhardwaj, who was waiting for his own appointment at Rapid Access to Medical Specialists in Mississauga, CBC News reported.

After requesting a doctor that is both white, “speaks English” and doesn’t have “brown teeth” for her son — who was suffering from chest pains — the woman is told she’ll have to wait until 4 p.m.

“I saw a doctor that was not white that did not help my kid,” the woman repeatedly says over the course of the four-minute clip. “I would like to see a white doctor. You’re telling me there isn’t one white doctor in this whole entire building?”

At one point in the recording she can be heard saying: “Oh my god. Well what’s the closest you have to speaking English?”

Her exchange with clinic staff escalates fairly quickly and several patients also waiting critique the woman for her “racist” remarks. She responds by calling them “brown” and claiming that they were targeting her because she was “white.”

They call her “unbelievable” and “ridiculous” and point out speaking English is not exclusive to white people. Some advise her to seek medical help for her boy elsewhere.

“My kid is sick. I spoke in perfect English before I asked to have somebody that speaks perfect English,” the mother can be heard saying.

At another point she says: “Being white in this country, I should just shoot myself.”

Bhardwaj, who uploaded the recording of the racist tirade online, told CTV Toronto he was shocked by her blatant bigotry.

“Seeing it so openly, without any fear, in front of so many people, without even fearing that someone can report her — it was really shocking,” he said.

That last paragraph shows that these faggot immigrants have no understanding of freedom of speech. They are simply incompatible with the West. Go home to Turdistan, you fags where you can sh*t in the streets all you want.

Black Students Who Hoaxed Hillary With Fake Hate Crime Claim Get No Jail Time

A group of Negress college students assaulted some white students on a bus, then claimed that they were the victims of white supremacist fellow students. Their story, which Hillary Clinton bought hook, line, and sinker, was easily proven false by cell phone video.

As this story has unfolded over many months, updates have been posted here. The story still isn’t over because muh Negresses are appealing their convictions.

To the shock of no race realist, the black maggots were sentenced to community service. The prosecutor had recommended jail time.

Daily Caller

A judge has sentenced two now-expelled black University of Albany students who falsely alleged that they were victims of race-based hate crimes on a public bus to probation, community service and fines.

The hoax-perpetrating students, Ariel Agudio and Asha Burwell, won’t spend a day in jail.

Roger McDonough, the Albany County Court judge who presided over the students’ jury trial in April, issued the sentence on Friday in front of a standing-room-only courtroom crowd, reports the Albany Times Union.

THE COLORFUL ASHA BURWELL.

ARIEL AGUDIO.

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Warner Brothers Spearheading Development of Movie About Ferguson’s Heroic Gentle Giant Michael Brown

Perhaps Michael Brown will one day have his own posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Or perhaps all those Confederate monuments coming down across America will be replaced by Michael Brown monuments.

(((Warner Brothers))) is on board with rewriting history. Officer Darren Wilson may think about suing for defamation.

Jewish lawyers are in this, looking for some easy money.

Movieweb

Michael Brown was shot and killed on August 9, 2014 by Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson, after the 18-year-old reportedly robbed a convenience store. The African-American teenager was unarmed at the time of the shooting, which sparked a national debate about racial tension, especially after witnesses stated that Michael Brown had his hands up in surrender. However, the U.S. Department of Justice did not deem those witnesses credible, which lead to the St. Louis County grand jury deciding not to indict Darren Wilson for the shooting, and the Department of Justice also ruled that Wilson shot Brown in self-defense.

Darren Wilson’s exoneration lead to nationwide protests, with the police officer resigning from the Ferguson police force in November 2015, stating that he did not want to put other officers at risk because of his presence. This shooting lead to the phrase “Hands up, Don’t Shoot” to be used as a rallying cry against police violence. Michael Brown’s family also filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Darren Wilson and the city of Ferguson, which was moved to federal court. While a federal judge dismissed five of the counts, two counts still remained with the trial beginning last month. This shooting also eventually lead to Delrish Moss, a Miami law enforcement veteran and community relations expert, being sworn in as the first permanent African American police chief in Ferguson, Missouri.

After losing her son, Michael Brown’s mother Lezley McSpadden founded The Michael O. D. Brown We Love Our Sons & Daughters Foundation, an organization that advocates for justice, improving health, advancing education, and strengthening families. Lezley McSpadden also founded Rainbow of Mothers, which offers support to mothers after suffering the devastating loss of a child. It remains to be seen how quickly Warner Bros. plans on moving forward in development on Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil, but that will depend on how quickly they find a writer to adapt this memoir.

They’re looking for a black screenwriter to do justice to this tale of racist cops who go around killing innocent Negros for no reason.

BET

Michael Brown’s unjust murder by the hands of white police officer Darren Wilson in August 2014 remains a moment in history that will never be forgotten.

The tragic incident, which prompted the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, served as a springboard for race relations in America and lit a flame under the then budding Black Lives Matter movement. Now, the late 18-year-old’s tragic story is reportedly set to be developed into a film, spearheaded by Warner Bros.

According to The Root, Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to a memoir co-written by Brown’s mother, Lezley McSpadden, and novelist Lyah Beth LeFlore, titled Tell the Truth & Shame the Devil: The Life, Legacy, and Love of My Son Michael Brown.

There was reportedly a fierce bidding war over the rights of the book, as other studios were seeking to also bring Brown’s life to film. Warner Bros. untimately came out victoriously.

In addition to the news of the major production backing, the film, according to Tracking Board, is said to be developed in a similar format to the 2005 Oscar-winning motion picture, Crash.

Wikipedia looks at Crash, a 2004 film about a real life LA carjacking. The description of the film suggests that Hollywood intends to introduce gratuitous moral ambiguity into the Michael Brown story in order to please the black audience that would support a film like this one. In reality, it’s a simple story. Thug challenges cop. Thug dies.

The film is going to stir the pot again. Warner Brothers quest for shekels may set off more Ferguson style riots. The studio needs to be held accountable.

Thousands of Blacks Protest Jury’s Not Guilty Verdict in Philando Castile Shooting Death by Cop

OFFICER JERONIMO YANEZ DOING HONOR GUARD DUTY.

Last year, the shooting death of Philando Castile by Minnesota police officer Jeronimo Yanez was big news.

Hillary Clinton bemoaned the loss of one of America’s finest young men, who had only been convicted of criminal acts 31 times.

Such a fine lad!

Officer Yanez, who is nonwhite, was immediately demonized as a murderer and charged with the shooting by authorities. Yesterday, he was found not guilty by a jury of all charges related to the incident. Nonetheless, as he was acquitted he was also fired. Wikipedia does a credible job of laying out the facts of the case in a concise way.

Meanwhile, in the jungle, the natives grow restless.

CNN

St. Paul, Minnesota (CNN)Thousands of protesters gathered Friday night after a jury found a police officer not guilty in last year’s fatal shooting of motorist Philando Castile.

Minnesota State Patrol said it arrested 18 protesters following demonstrations on Interstate 94 in St. Paul. They were arrested after they failed to comply with orders to disperse, the agency posted on Twitter.

St. Paul police estimated that 2,000 people marched peacefully through the streets, including a crowd gathered outside the Minnesota state Capitol. Speakers led chants, sang hymns and urged the protesters not to lose hope.

Some held signs that read “this hurts” and “Justice not served for Philando.”

By late Friday night, about 500 people chanting “Black lives … they matter here!!” marched onto Interstate 94 — two miles west of the Capitol — shutting down traffic in both directions.

The protests were expected. After officer Jeronimo Yanez fatally shot Castile during a traffic stop on July 6, 2016, demonstrations took place across the nation, partly because the aftermath of the shooting was live-streamed on Facebook by Castile’s girlfriend, a passenger in the car.

FUTURE ROCKET SCIENTIST PHILANDO CASTILE AND OFFICER YANEZ.

Organizers of the Friday protest said on Facebook, “This verdict shows how the system is rigged against justice for victims of police terror.”

The jury was composed of eight men and four women, including one black man and one black woman. The jury heard two weeks of testimony and spent about 27 hours deliberating.

“I don’t think this was a fair jury at all, made up of more than half middle-aged white people,” she said.

Numerous groups castigated the decision. Sherrilyn Ifill, the director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, said the jury’s decision shows how difficult it is to prosecute a police officer in a fatal shooting.

“This incident seemed so egregious and avoidable that we hoped that this time, it might be different — that this time, justice might be served,” Ifill said.

“Because if the government can take your life and no one is held responsible, you are a second-class citizen, if not fully dehumanized in the eyes of the law,” she said. “That is the devastating message this verdict, along with all those similar acquittals before it, sends to communities of color across the nation.”

The ACLU said in a statement: “Two Supreme Court decisions from the 1980s allow officers to use deadly force when a reasonable officer on the scene could reasonably fear for their safety. These two decisions create an atmosphere where police violence is sanctioned based on what we think a hypothetical officer could have felt, even if, in reality, the officer was acting recklessly, had ill motives or was acting based on implicit bias.

By the way, there’s one little significant detail the fake news reporting often omits.

Philando Castile had a gun on him.

As Expected, Baptists Second Vote Condemns “White Supremacy”

As reported here yesterday, the Southern Baptists refused to consider a resolution condemning the alt-right, a resolution promoted by a black pastor, the Rev. Dwight McKissic.

As also reported, the evangelical group was expected to take up the issue again after the liberal media pressured them to do so. It was presented by the press as a case of evil whitey oppressing a po ol’ Nigra.

Let’s see what the Southern Baptists passed.

Excerpt from HuffPo

The final resolution, unambiguously titled “On The Anti-Gospel Of Alt-Right White Supremacy,” finally went to the floor for a vote on Wednesday and passed.

The resolution condemned “every form of racism, including alt-right white supremacy, as antithetical to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” It didn’t mention the curse of Ham, which Duke said would be “redundant.”

McKissic said he was satisfied with the final resolution and hoped it would be a stepping stone for further action on racial justice. But he added that “until the convention repents the curse of Ham by name,” the denomination will continue to be haunted by its racist past.

“The damage was done by taking three votes on something that was a no-brainer,” McKissic said. “What’s the reason they couldn’t so readily say that white supremacy is wrong and the alt-right is evil? Many of us are asking that question.”

Click on the “continue reading” button to see the resolution and to read my brief commentary.

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Black Baptists Enraged as Southern Baptist Convention Refuses Resolution CONDEMNING White Nationalism

“Asia for Asians. Africa for Africans. White countries for everybody.”

The “journalist” who wrote this piece for Yahoo confuses white supremacy with white separatism. The writer also gratuitously interjects Donald Trump into the story rather than staying focused on White Nationalism.

White Nationalism simply demands the same right as other groups already have–the right to an identity and a homeland. No left-wing journalist wants to touch upon that truth.

The Southern Baptists are as confused and Marxist as the reporter. They apparently are going to vote against White Nationalism on Thursday, after not doing so on Wednesday.

Yahoo

Christian Leaders Refuse to Renounce White Nationalism at Southern Baptist Convention Meeting

A resolution condemning white supremacy and the growing white nationalist alt-right movement was initially rejected at the Southern Baptist Convention’s annual meeting this week, raising outrage from black members of the faith. The controversy illustrates the continued clash among evangelicals over President Donald Trump and the more radical, white nationalistic branch of his supporters.

Dwight McKissic, a prominent African-American preacher, drafted the resolution. It called white nationalism a “toxic menace” to the country and called on the church to “reject the retrograde ideologies, xenophobic biases and racial bigotries of the so-called ‘Alt-Right’ that seek to subvert our government, destabilize society, and infect our political system.”

The committee behind new resolutions decided not to move the proposal forward on Tuesday, the first day of the group’s 2017 meeting in Phoenix. Southern Baptist pastors from across the country gather annually to discuss their beliefs and practices.

The Committee on Resolutions decided the language was “inappropriate,” committee Chairman Barrett Duke told The Arizona Republic. “The resolution just contained some significantly inflammatory language that we felt was over the bar,” he said.

After the resolutions committee decided not to move the resolution forward, McKissic made a motion to allow additional time for the resolution to be considered. The motion failed, which led to wide-ranging criticism of the organization, especially from black Baptists.

The resolution touched on the church’s racist history, as the Southern Baptists once prominently taught the “curse of Ham” theory, which the resolution describes as “echoing the belief that God through Noah ordained descendants of Africa to be subservient to Anglos” and “which provided the theological justification for slavery and segregation.”

“The amount of work left to do in ‘evangelical’ (who knows that means anymore?) church is staggering,” black pastor Thabiti Anyabwile tweeted. “Any “church” that cannot denounce white supremacy without hesitancy and equivocation is a dead, Jesus denying assembly.”

Garrett Kell, a pastor at Del Ray Baptist Church in Virginia, told the Republic he was concerned about the day’s developments.

“I’m disappointed that we as a convention could leave the illusion that we don’t reject the racist ideologies held by many in the alt-right movement,” he said.

The controversy comes at a time of a growing divide between evangelicals over politics. White Evangelicals strongly supported Trump, including Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr., who called him the “dream president” for evangelicals, pointing to his Supreme Court nomination and economic and immigration policies.

But Trump’s comments about women, including the infamous Access Hollywood tape in which he brags about sexually assaulting women, rankled some anti-Trump evangelicals. While 81 percent of evangelicals are said to have supported Trump, according to exit polls, pre-election polling suggested 62 percent of non-white evangelicals supported his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.

Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, is an outspoken opponent of the president. “Most illogical is his support from evangelicals and other social conservatives,” he wrote during the campaign. “To back Mr. Trump, these voters must repudiate everything they believe.”

Will the Baptists denounce this racism: It’s not even on their agenda.