Teacher Who Called Black Students “Rats” Resigns

JORDAN CATALDO. CALLED SIMIAN-AMERICANS “RATS.” THUS INSULTING RATS.

An attractive white female school teacher is a race realist, but she lived in a world of egalitarian snitches.

Thus, Jordan Cataldo no longer has a job in teaching and not much chance of restarting that career in a world gone mad with Negro worship.

New York Post

A Florida elementary school teacher resigned this week after she was accused of calling black students “rats,” reports said.

Jordan Cataldo left her third-grade teaching job Monday after allegedly making offensive remarks about students at Carter G. Woodson Elementary School in Jacksonville, news station WJAX reported.

The teacher reportedly referred to black students in May as “rats” who could “infest the class.”

Parent Tiera Ross claimed that Cataldo’s inappropriate comments didn’t stop there.

“[She said] they’re only going to amount to be a bunch of ratchet Walmart workers, and also saying that that’s why their race is either dead or in jail,” Ross told WJAX.

Cataldo’s resignation comes after Duval County Public School launched an investigation into her alleged conduct.

The district said that Cataldo admitted to saying that black students were contagious rats, WJAX reported.

“There was enough evidence reviewed by the district that substantiates further action,” district officials said prior to Cataldo’s resignation.

Never resign. Make them fire you. Claim you intended the word “rats” as a compliment. There’s quite a few positive characterizations of rats in children’s books.

Jordan’s defense was easy: All the little rats are princes, just like in the book.

Hero Joey the Squirrel Went Nuts When Burglar Invaded House

A squirrel takes a bite out of crime in an area that has seen a large influx of so-called refugees from the Middle East and Africa.

If the “teen” perp in this story is one of them, he has to go back.

Kudos to Joey for his amazing loyalty to his home.

From the youtube information box:

Published on Feb 17, 2017

MERIDIAN, Idaho (AP) — A pet squirrel named Joey prevented a burglary attempt in Idaho last week by scratching the teen suspect when he tried to break into a gun safe, police said.

The unidentified teenager told officers that the squirrel’s attack “scared him, obviously, because he wasn’t expecting to have, you know, a squirrel come flying out of nowhere at him,” said Officer Ashley Turner of the police department in Meridian, a Boise suburb. “So basically he said he took what he could and left as fast as he could.”

metro.co.uk

Most people fend off potential burglars with a fitted security system, bedside sporting equipment, or an empty threat Beware Of The Dog floormat

Turns out all you need is a pet squirrel.

When someone broke into Adam Pearl’s home and tried to steal his guns, they were thwarted by an unexpected weapon in his arsenal in the form of Joey the squirrel.

How do we know this?

Because when Meridian Police Officer Ashley Turner had her first suspect, she noticed scratches on his hands.

‘So she asked him, ‘Did you get that from the squirrel?,’ and he says ‘Yeah, damn thing kept attacking me and wouldn’t stop until I left’,’ Pearl said.

Incredible.

Rat Infestation Plagues America’s Cities

Enjoy the famous “Pizza Rat” video embedded above.

The Black Plague referred to in this story has nothing to do with the Negroid race. They are a different form of black plague.

Fox News

Many of our country’s major cities have severe infrastructure and housing challenges. This has led not only to poor living conditions but also places individuals’ health in grave danger. In New York City, among our many housing woes, we have a rat infestation epidemic. Rats have become so common to our residents that the media celebrated a rat carrying a pizza from the subway, and even gave it a name. An important message gets lost in the hoopla over something like “Pizza Rat,” and it’s about the danger that rodents pose to humans and our health.

Remember the Black Death? It was one of the most devastating pandemics in human history that swept through Europe in the 1300s claiming upwards of 100 million lives. The cause was the bubonic plague, which is an infectious disease caused by the Yersinia pestis bacteria that humans can get through either infected flea bites or direct contact with an infected animal. Human-to-human transmission is rare, but an infected person can transmit plague pneumonia to another through cough droplets in the air.

Plague can be successfully treated with antibiotics, but a suspected case requires immediate medical attention. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), patients must be given antibiotics as soon as possible to avoid death. The most common vector of the disease during Black Death was rats.

And here we are, in 2017, in danger of another bacterial disease linked to rats called leptospirosis. Already in New York’s Bronx borough, the disease has killed one person and left two others clinging to life. Sure, the city’s deputy commissioner of the Health Department wants you to be encouraged by the two patients’ recovery, but what you should be is concerned that these three people were infected because of where they live. All three cases came from a one-block radius over the past two months.

Leptospira bacteria thrive in warm, moist environments, and most human cases are associated with exposure to rats or rodent-infested environments. Disturbingly, humans can become infected through contact with rat urine or water, soil or food that has been contaminated by the urine.

Doctors want anyone with suspected symptoms to report them to the health department and seek immediate medical attention. You could experience a wide range of symptoms, like fever, headaches, nausea, vomiting, muscle pain and other awful ailments, or you may experience nothing at all. If you’re in the latter category, how would you know to seek treatment? Without treatment you could suffer kidney damage, meningitis, liver failure, respiratory distress or even death. Infection during pregnancy may result in severe fetal and maternal morbidity or mortality.

I know I talk a lot about the importance of disease prevention like getting vaccines and keeping up with routine care, but this time, we can only blame city officials.

How did they let the rat infestation get this out of control? How could they not have known during routine health inspections that rat infestations could lead to death? I’m well aware that in a budget crunch, things like pest control are the first to be cut, but we are talking about the hygiene of our city.

There’s no money for rat control when you have blacks running America’s cities, looting the treasury to pay for welfare and such.

Jewface Website Exposes Jewish Stereotypes

Jewface is one of a series of websites that includes blackface, arabface, and so forth. The idea is to present information on “stereotypes” of the different ethnic groups.

From the comforting Jewish mother to the nice Jewish girl, the site covers six Jewish stereotypes.

I was hoping that there would be photos of different Jewish types, along with a serious analysis of the specifics of facial and body features, but there’s none of that.

What I did find was a discussion ofJews in film, including Jews in the 1940 German film, The Eternal Jew. It’s embedded in this post so that anyone interested can see the “most antisemitic” film in history.

Excerpt from Jewface

Jewish Stereotypes in Film and TV

Based on European Jewish folklore, The Golem (1920), tells the story of a Jewish rabbi in the 16th-century who creates a giant creature from clay, called the Golem, and using sorcery, brings the creature to life in order to protect the Jews of Prague from persecution.

In The Jazz Singer (1927), Cantor Rabinowitz is upset because his son Jakie (Al Jolson) shows no interest in carrying on the family’s traditions and heritage. For five generations, men in the family have been Cantors in the synagogue, but Jakie is more interested in jazz and ragtime music. One day, they have such a bitter argument that Jakie leaves home for good. After a few years on his own, now calling himself Jack Robin, he enjoys a great deal of success. Jakie comes home in time to sing Kol Nidre at Yom Kippur services and reconciles with his dying father.

The most notorious anti-Semitic film of all time is probably Der ewige Jude (The Eternal Jew, 1939), a German Nazi propaganda film that presents itself as a documentary. The film attempts to prove that Jews have racial personality traits that, according to the Nazis, make the Jew a wandering cultural parasite. The images couldn’t be more heavy-handed — one of the sequences early in the film shows a pack of rats emerging from a sewer and that is juxtaposed with a crowd of Jews in a bustling street. The film ends with Hitler’s notorious speech at the Reichstag on January 30, 1939, where he warned that a future war would lead to the “annihilation of the Jewish race in Europe.”

How to Spot a Jew

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Excerpt from The Right Stuff

The most obvious clues the books details are Jewish names. One of the most obvious ways to identify a Jewish name is to take note of the suffix, the most famous suffix in the West being (((((((-BURG))))))). You can mishmash anything in front of it, but usually if there is a (((-burg))) at the end of a last name you know you are dealing with a Jew. Here is a short list of Jewish suffixes to watch out for. Remember this is only a clue to one’s heritage; there is a small chance this might be a goy.

-burg or -berg
-stein
-blatt
-man
-mann
And remember these names can be mish mashed together. You can have Steinburgs, Burgsteins or even Steinmanns. There are also the more popular Jewish family names that don’t use an identifiable suffix or even a set spelling. Names like:

-S(c)hapiro (sometimes spelled different from LITTLE BENJI)
-Cohen
-Katz
-Kaplan
All of these names echo and can help you build your 5th-generation Jewdar. But are there any other ways to identify Jews than just their names?

Il libro del naso mentions another effective way to spot a Jew: the nose, which is where the grimoire gets its name. Jewish noses are not just huge, they are shaped differently from most other noses due to, or perhaps in spite of, Jewish mixing with other populations. They often share the same hooked feature. But the thing most people miss is the “Hebrew swirl,” where the nostrils interact with the rest of the face in a peculiar way, with the rest of the face giving a very Jewish expression. The swirl is present in Figure 1 and demonstrated by that reptilian Jew demon Bob Filner.

There are more tips on how to spot a Jew in the article and in the comments. If perfecting your Jewdar is one of you goals for 2017, check it out.

Fight breaks out between Bikers for Trump and DisruptJ20 protesters (Video)

This comment pretty well sums up the 25 seconds of fighting.

“I’m gonna fuck you up” from a scrawny coward hiding his face, holding what can be construed as a weapon backing away from a bunch of overweight men in their late ’50s.

This generation is such a bunch of faggots.

Africans Training RATS to be Detectives

AFRICAN GIANT POUCHED RAT.

Westerners are at the forefront of teaching the African to work at preserving wildlife.

The oddity of giant sniffer rats in training is good news, if it helps preserve Africa’s endangered species.

Associated Press

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The pangolin, a scaly anteater coveted by poachers, might have a new champion: rats that will be trained to sniff out trafficked pangolin parts in shipments heading from Africa to Asia.

A pilot project to turn African giant pouched rats into conservationist sleuths is literally in its infancy – the 10 to 15 rodents being reared in Tanzania to detect pungent pangolin remains as well as smuggled hardwood timber are just a few weeks old and most are still with their mothers.

The challenge seems overwhelming.

Conservationists describe the pangolin as the world’s most heavily trafficked mammal because its meat is considered a delicacy in Vietnam and some parts of China, and its scales are used in traditional Chinese medicine. Wildlife contraband is concealed among vast numbers of shipping containers that annually leave Dar es Salaam in Tanzania, Mombasa in Kenya and other African ports.

The Endangered Wildlife Trust , a South African group leading the project, said the trial “builds on the use of scent detection by dogs, but will take advantage of the rats’ added agility and ability to access the container vents, which would provide the most air from the container, and potentially the most scent. Alternatively, the rats will detect scents sampled onto a filter through the vents.”

Handlers can dispatch rats with leashes and harnesses into hard-to-reach areas, but then “how are they going to tell us that they’ve found something?” said Kirsty Brebner of the Endangered Wildlife Trust.

One option being considered is to install small cameras on the backs of the rats, an idea that has been discussed for the detection of people trapped in collapsed buildings after an earthquake or bombing.