Brief Site Announcement: Saboteur365 Went Viral in POLAND

POLAND HAS SOME REALLY SMART PEOPLE.

When a Chinese mob chopped off the penis of a Negro rapist in 2015, I covered it, including embedding explicit photos of the happy circumscion.

However it happened, the good racist folks in Poland discovered that post on Sunday.

Normally, the site gets 7,000 views a day, going up to 12,000 or so views on a big news day where people discover the site on Facebook or via a Google search. To put that into perspective, Henry Makow’s highly popular site receives 22,000 views a day.

Yesterday we hit 21,000. I don’t know how it happened, but I’m proud to be waking up the good people of Poland with a little tale of “racism” writ sharp.

Torch-Carrying Virginians Protesting Removal of Confederate Statues Demonized by Mayor

Richard Spencer was in Virginia on Saturday, fighting to preserve white heritage. Let’s piece the story together. First, some anti-white politics.

Newsplex

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (NEWSPLEX) — A large group of protesters gathered at Lee Park on Saturday night to stand against the decision to remove Confederate monuments from Charlottesville.

Our media partners at the Daily Progress report the protesters were carrying torches, even chanting “You will not replace us,” “Russia is our friend,” and “Blood and soil.”

After about 10 minutes, Charlottesville police arrived at the scene following an altercation between protesters.

In a statement, Charlottesville mayor Mike Signer said, “This event involving torches at night in Lee Park was either profoundly ignorant or was designed to instill fear in our minority populations in a way that hearkens back to the days of the KKK.”

Signer went on to say, “Either way, as mayor of this city, I want everyone to know this: We reject this intimidation.” “We are a welcoming city, but such intolerance is not welcome here.”

MAYOR MIKE SIGNER.

The Daily Progress reports the crowd quickly dispersed once police arrived.

The protest comes ahead of Monday’s Charlottesville City Council meeting, where councilors are expected to decide the remaining recommendations from the Blue Ribbon Commission.

Mayor Mike Signor can kiss my white ass. He has no right to stop anyone from having or expressing a political opinion. He’s garbage to me.

Let’s turn now to why people are legitimately protesting.

NBC29

Tensions were high in Charlottesville’s Jackson Park Saturday afternoon as protesters against the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue took on supporters.

“No reason why we can’t celebrate the history that has brought us to the glorious future that we are emboldened in now,” protester Orry Von Dize said

Charlottesville’s Jackson park filled with protesters determined to protect what they call their “white heritage.”

“We’re not white supremacists. We are simply just white people that love our heritage, our culture, our European identity,” Von Dize said.

Hundreds voiced their opposition to Charlottesville City Council’s vote to remove the Lee statue in Lee Park. They don’t want the Jackson monument to be next.

“I’m here to take part in this great celebration of our heritage and to say ‘no’ to the city of Charlottesville. You’re not going to tear down our statue and you’re not going to replace us,” Richard Spencer said.

Self-identified “alt-right” member Richard Spencer said the protesters are peaceful.

“Nobody here is committing violence. This is a peaceful demonstration. We’re talking about who we are and what we care about,” Spencer said.

Others disagreed.

“I feel as though their saying the same thing over and over again and they’re not here for conversation,” statue-removal supporter Andrea Rowland said.

Arguments and a scuffle broke out quickly in Jackson Park once people opposed to the Confederate heritage supporters arrived.

Police soon got involved.

Both sides left frustrated by the end of it all and are unsure of what comes next.

“It’s an expression of force. It’s an expression of occupying a space,” Spencer said.

While police did get involved toward the end of the protest, no arrests were made.

Good work, once again by Richard Spencer. At least this reporter had the decency to not call him a Nazi. This is an example of much better reporting than we usually get.

Spencer’s explanation of why we protest will fall like seeds into the brains of many of our youth, where they will grow and bear good fruit.

We’re going to lose many battles, but in the end we’re going to come out ahead.

Ramzpaul Explains Why White People (Men Especially) Should NEVER APOLOGIZE

We always advise white people to refuse to apologize for honest statements relating to race, gender, and so forth.

Apologizing for not being politically correct is degrading, demeaning, and humiliating. It turns out that science recognizes the advantages of not apologizing.

About three minutes of highy useful information is offered here.

Published on May 11, 2017

Refusing to apologize can bring psychological benefits.

Link to Scientific American article on advantages of refusing to apologize

South African students suspended over Nazi-inspired posters

The obvious question for those of us who understand the concept of a false flag is whether sh*t-stirring Jews posted the above images at a South African university.

Three white students have been blamed and have been suspended.

Yahoo

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) – Three South African students were suspended on Thursday on suspicion of putting up Nazi-inspired posters at a university, at a time of growing tension in race relations.

Stellenbosch University said the images, which copied Nazi youth movement posters without their swastika flags, contained “highly offensive references to Nazi propaganda and Neo-Nazism” and were in breach of the university’s policies on harassment and discrimination.

The posters for an “Anglo-Afrikaner student” event appeared on Tuesday and were taken down on Wednesday. Under the motto “Fight for Stellenbosch” in English and Afrikaans, one series showed a blond brown-shirted man and another a young woman with long blond braids.

“I have decided to suspend the three students suspected of misconduct while disciplinary proceedings are ongoing,” said Wim de Villiers, rector and vice chancellor at the university, who has described the posters as “deliberate mischief-making”.

Scores of mainly black students and some academics held a meeting on Thursday to condemn the posters publicly, a member of the apolitical Student Representative Council said.

“Racism is still very much alive, and the posters just showed us once again,” said council spokesman Kamva Somdyala.

Two years ago, the same university was rocked by protests by black students against teaching in Afrikaans, a language widely identified with apartheid.

The campus is moving away from its whites-only roots and its racial composition today better reflects the country’s mixed demographics. Black, coloured and Asian students make up around a third of the university’s population compared to only a few non-whites in 1990. It teaches in English and Afrikaans.

Racial tensions have risen in South Africa in recent months. In April, two white farmers were arrested on suspicion of murdering a black youth in a farming community in the North West province.

In November, two white men were in court to face charges of assault and kidnapping after a video showed them forcing a wailing black man into a coffin in Mpumalanga province. Their trial is set to start in June.

This story is a good example of biased reporting. There’s not a word about the ongoing white genocide in South Africa. But two instances of allegations against white people are dredged up. Furthermore, three students worried about the prospects for their race are demonized by the university.

There’s also nothing in the story to suggest that white people have a right to their own culture and language. If white people think that blonde is beautiful then who is the Negro to dictate that whites must not be allowed to think that way. If white people want to peacefully assemble and discuss among themselves their concerns, then it is their right to do so under natural law and probably under South African law.

UC Santa Cruz Blacks Threaten More “Reclamations” if New Demands Not Met

When you give in to blacks, it’s seen as a sign of WEAKNESS, which begets more demands.

Blacks took over university buildings in Santa Cruz, California and quickly got their demands met. Now, the want more.

The College Fix

University of California Santa Cruz administrators recently agreed to meet to all four demands lodged by a black student group who commandeered a campus building and would not leave until their conditions were met.

But in addition to the four initial stipulations, the group made three other demands to the university, and it has warned UC Santa Cruz that it has four months to comply with these demands or “more Reclamations” will result.

After three days of occupation by students of Kerr Hall, Chancellor George Blumenthal agreed to give all black and Caribbean-identified students a 4-year housing guarantee to live in the Rosa Parks African American Themed House; bring back the building’s lounge; paint its exterior the “Pan-Afrikan colors” of red, green and black; and force all new incoming students to go through a mandatory diversity competency training.

“The student demonstrators raised a number of issues with campus leaders, issues we fundamentally agree upon,” Blumenthal stated in a May 4 memo to the campus community announcing the concessions. “Students from historically underrepresented communities deal with real challenges on campus and in the community. These difficulties include things that many people take for granted, such as finding housing or even just a sense of community.”

BRING ME THE HEAD OF (((GEORGE BLUMENTHAL.)))

Yet the African/Black Student Alliance also demanded three additional provisions from UC Santa Cruz within its initial “Reclamation Statement,” posted on the website of the Afrikan Black Coalition. The group stipulated that if by Fall Quarter 2017 the university does not provide “detailed plans” on how to fulfill its new demands, “there will be more Reclamations.”

“Reclamation” is how the student group referred to its aggressive three-day takeover of Kerr Hall.

The alliance’s three additional demands are that the university purchase a property “to serve as a low income housing cooperative for historically disadvantaged students,” that the university “allocate $100,000” for Santa Cruz’s “SOMeCA” student organization support department, and that the university create either a Black Studies department or a Black Studies Minor or Major.

The group promised that, if their demands are not met, UC Santa Cruz will “force [them] to have to take what [they] know to be in [their] best interest to Reclaim.”

At this point in American history it should be obvious to all that black demands are never ending. They keep failing and blaming their failures on whitey. Until someone stands up to them or a race war breaks out the demands will get more and more outrageous.

Racist Note that Shut Down College was Hoax

A hate-crime hoax has been perpetrated at St. Olaf’s College in Minnesota.

As seen in the photo above, earnest young white anti-racists show their concern for the Negro. They were responding to a note that used the word “Nigger” that a black female, Samantha Wells, claimed had been left on her car.

Apparently, Samantha “fabricated” the note.

The cucked white students involved should learn the lesson that our forefathers knew all too well: Negros make sh*t up all the time. None of them are trustworthy.

The Negress who pulled off the hoax is named Samantha Wells. None of the stories I’ve seen are running her picture, but I found it here. She was a Bernie supporter in last year’s presidential race.

SAMANTHA WELLS. ADMTTED MAKING UP “RACIST” NOTE.

Wells, a graduating senior, is facing no disciplinary charges. Her degree should be revoked but that will never happen.

What’s more disturbing than a lying Negress pulling sh*t is how everyone on campus fell for her bullsh*t. It really is disturbing to see how detached from reality white college students and administrators are.

Star Tribune

NORTHFIELD, MINN. – A racist threat against a St. Olaf student that touched off campuswide protests and forced the college to cancel classes earlier this month was a hoax, the school revealed Wednesday.

A student confessed to writing the note, St. Olaf President David R. Anderson wrote in a message to students. The threat — an anonymous, typewritten note — was “fabricated,” he said, as an apparent “strategy to draw attention to concerns about the campus climate.”

“This was not a genuine threat,” Anderson wrote in the first of two messages Wednesday to students. “We’re confident that there is no ongoing threat from this incident to individuals or the community as a whole.”

The note, tucked onto the windshield of a black student’s car on April 29, sparked outrage, fear and hurt on this close-knit private college campus, tucked into the hills of this river town about 45 miles south of the Twin Cities. The revelation that the note was fake was a shock of a different sort.

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Betsy De Vos Booed by Subhuman College Students

Monkeys in graduation robes and mortarboard caps did everything but fling poo at American Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos when she attempted to deliver a commencement address at a Negro university on Wednesday.

The young scholars of color seem to have some resentments toward white people. After a decade of Obama/Holder brainwashing, why wouldn’t they be angry that America’s president is no longer tinted. They, with their short time horizons, probably thought that Obama would be president forever.

Interestingly, DeVos wasn’t there to warn the black race to shape up or ship out, but rather to pander to their narcissism, their belief in the false god of egalitarianism.

Aljazeera

Graduating seniors at Bethune-Cookman University turned their backs in protest against US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos at the start of her commencement speech at the historically black institution.

Some graduating students shouted “Liar!” and “Just go,” as she powered through her speech on Wednesday at the Florida university.

“Let’s choose to hear one another out,” DeVos said, reading her prepared text in a measured tone despite continuing waves of boos, catcalls and scattered applause.

As the crowd kept trying to shout her down, university president Edison Jackson briefly took over the microphone to sternly lecture the class of 2017.

“If this behaviour continues, your degrees will be mailed to you. Choose which way you want to go,” Jackson warned.

DeVos alienated many African-Americans in February when she described historically black colleges as “real pioneers when it comes to school choice”.

After a storm of criticism, she acknowledged that these colleges were “born, not out of mere choice, but out of necessity, in the face of racism”.

In her keynote, DeVos repeatedly praised the school’s founder, Mary McLeod Bethune, as someone who “refused to accept systemic and repulsive racism,” and had “the courage to change old ideas”.

“I am here to demonstrate in the most direct way possible that I and the administration are fully committed to your success and to the success of every student across this great country,” she said.

President Donald Trump’s nomination of DeVos, a Republican fundraiser with no classroom experience, was so controversial that Vice President Mike Pence had to cast a tie-breaking vote for her Senate confirmation.

Some leaders of historically black colleges and universities later expressed dismay when Trump invited them to the Oval Office for a “listening session” that became an apparent photo-op for Black History Month.

DeVos has continued since then to cite historically black colleges as examples of alternative options for quality education, her stated goal for promoting the diversion of tax money from public schools to private companies and charters.

Ahead of the speech, students, alumni and political activists sought to have DeVos’ invitation rescinded, saying they were offended by her earlier comment.

CANDIDATES FOR A SHEBOON FIGHT VIDEO ON WORLDSTAR.

About 60,000 signatures on two petitions were delivered to school officials on Tuesday objecting to her appearance at the university.

“Right now is not the time for Secretary DeVos to speak at any historically black college,” said Dominik Whitehead, a Bethune-Cookman alumnus who led one of the petition drives.

DeVos’ statement, he said, “just shows she is out of touch”.

Before the address, activists lined a sidewalk. One sign said “DeVos is not worthy.”

Jackson had been accused of selling out the school by inviting DeVos. He gave her a hug, then took back the podium as she left the stage.