Texas State University students: You can’t be racist to white people


There always seems to be a sh*tstorm brewing on the campus of Texas State University, which is located in the otherwise pleasant small town of San Marcos, Texas, halfway between Austin and San Antonio.

This is the same school where the student paper published a piece in which “Your DNA is an abomination” was written about white people.

My impression is that a lot of the anti-white activism is coming from native-born Latinos, who hate whites and America.

Washington Examiner

One freshman student’s seemingly innocuous tweet about racism has ignited a firestorm at Texas State University. Now other students are shaming her and asking her not to attend the university in the fall.

“Any race can be racist, change my mind,” self-described incoming freshman Tailor tweeted, accompanied by a GIF of Judge Judy tapping her watch and slapping a courtroom bench.

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White Knight Rescues “Smelly Fatty” on Plane from Texting Passenger Critical of Plus-Sized White Woman


Why can’t people just mind their own business these days?

Everyone’s a social justice warrior.

In this case a white man didn’t like what another white man had texted about a “helpless” woman seated next to him on a United Air flight.

What do you think of white knights?

Daily Mail

An Oklahoma woman has hailed a good Samaritan as her hero after he intervened when a passenger on a plane began to fat-shame her by calling her a ‘smelly fatty’.

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Yellow Fever Restaurant Raising Blood Pressure of Social Justice Warriors

It’s not the food at the Yellow Fever restaurant that made blood pressures rise, it’s the name.

The phrase “yellow fever” is a racial slur against Asian women, you see.

Oh, you don’t see? Well, read on.

New York Daily News

Whole Foods is facing anti-Asian claims for partnering with a California restaurant named “Yellow Fever” — but the Korean-American founder says there shouldn’t be any ill-will toward her eatery.

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Fox & Friends draws ire by dressing up black child as watermelon slice for Halloween

Fake news!

The kid dressed like a watermelon looks more Latino than black. Even if he is black, so what.

Virtue signaling social justice warriors see racism everywhere, especially on Fox News.


In what one would hope was just a terrible oversight, Fox & Friends this weekend aired a Halloween segment that featured children in various cute costumes — including a black child dressed as a watermelon slice.

If the hosts were aware of any racial insensitivity for little Lucas’ costume, they didn’t indicate it on air: ‘”Now we’re going to have some organic fruit,” one proclaimed. “Lucas is our watermelon!”

Twitter reactions came quickly, with most saying that the gaffe was too obvious to not be intentional. “Overt racism, foolish racism, or tone deaf racism? Take your pick, it’s still racism,” one wrote.

A reminder: White people like watermelon too.

Report: Liberal Cub Scout Kicked Out of Den After Gun Control, Fried Chicken Questions


Adults who manipulate children into liberal politics are despicable.

“Children should be seen and not heard.”

Condensed from Yahoo

DENVER (AP) — A Cub Scout was kicked out of his den after he questioned a Colorado state lawmaker about her position on gun control and previous comments she made about African-Americans’ health and eating fried chicken.

Eleven-year-old Ames Mayfield posed the questions at an Oct. 9 event in Broomfield, between Denver and Boulder. Cub Scouts had been told to come prepared to talk to Republican state Sen. Vicki Marble about issues important to them.

Ames’ mother, Lori Mayfield, said a local scout leader later told her that the topic of gun control was inappropriate because of its political nature and that the boy’s questions were disrespectful.
The Boy Scouts, which includes the Cub Scouts, refused to comment on why the boy was asked to leave but say he will remain in scouting after finding a new group.

Cub Scouts is for children in the first through fifth grades. They meet in groups of children from the same grade called “dens,” which are part of larger “packs.”

Ames was only kicked out of his den, not the larger pack. Since the other available den met while he attends classes, changing to another den within the pack was not an option. He’s joining a den in a new pack at his church, his mother said.

In online videos recorded by Lori Mayfield, the scouts asked questions about why people wanted to vote for Obama just because he was black and about Trump’s proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. It was unclear which scouts asked the questions. Mayfield blurred the identities of all the children except for that of her son.

In the video showing Ames asking about gun control, he read from a printed sheet, telling the lawmaker that he was shocked that she sponsored a bill that allowed domestic violence offenders to own guns. He also rattled off a list of survey statistics about Americans’ views on the issue and spoke about the trouble Las Vegas shooting victims would have paying their bills.

“There is something wrong in our country where Republicans believe it’s a right to own a gun but a privilege to have health care. None of that makes sense to me,” he said.

Read the Constitution, kid, then maybe you’ll understand.

And while you’re at it, do some research on the skyrocketing cost of health care, making it unaffordable.

You should also read John Lott’s More Guns, Less Crime.

Stop being a virtue signaling little social justice warrior and go camping.

After nearly 2½ minutes, an adult is heard cutting him off, remarking on his thorough question. Marble responds by talking about the need for “crime control” instead and saying that the Vegas shooting and the 2012 Aurora theater shooting both happened in “gun-free zones.”

Marble drew national attention in 2013 after she seemed to draw a link between the health of black people and eating fried chicken and barbecue in comments made during a legislative committee hearing. The head of the state Republican Party and others criticized her words.
She then issued a statement saying she was saddened that her comments were interpreted as disparaging.

During the scout meeting, Ames told Marble that he was “astonished that you blamed black people” for their health problems.
She replied, “I didn’t. That was made up by the media. So you want to believe it, you believe it, but that’s not how it went down.”

Student Government Demands Plaque on Lincoln Statue Recognizing Lincoln’s “brutality toward indigenous people”

Southerners are often ambivalent about Abraham Lincoln. While he freed the slaves and killed hundreds of thousands of our ancestors while destroying their property, he also promised to ship the ex-slaves out of the country. That would have been seen as the humane thing to do since it was clear that the ex-slaves would have enormous difficulty in adjusting to freedom.

Whatever the truth about Lincoln, there’s no good reason to allow campus leftists to force a plaque on his statue to the effect that he was a racist.


First it was Confederate generals. Then Christopher Columbus.

Opponents of the ongoing effort by the so-called “progressive” left to remove America’s historical statues and monuments they don’t like warned it wouldn’t stop there. It didn’t.

While the student government at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (ASM) hasn’t demanded the removal from campus of a statue of Abraham Lincoln — perhaps they knew it would be a nonstarter — they have demanded a plaque be placed near the statue of America’s 16th president.

As reported by The Daily Cardinal, the ASM called on UWM to acknowledge, on the plaque, Lincoln’s “brutality towards indigenous people.”

Spoiler: It ain’t gonna happen.

ASM Chair Katrina Morrison explained the reason for the demand:

“We wanted a plaque near Lincoln because we wanted the university to recognize his part in the Dakota 38 massacre. I think that [not putting a plaque on the statue] is a mistake, and I think that the history is irrefutable. It is clear that he played a huge role in the massacre and was killing innocent people for no reason.”

As is the case with art, history is often in the eye of the beholder — including the 1862 execution of 38 Dakota tribesmen in Mankato, Minnesota.

UWM Chancellor Rebecca Blank, who told the Cardinal there are no plans to place a plaque on Lincoln’s statue, had a different take than that of the ASM, saying Lincoln played a “restraining role” in the mass execution:

“[Lincoln] insists on personally weeding through all of this, and he ends up saying ‘I’m only going to take the sentences of those who we have evidence, witness evidence, that they were involved in either killing or raping, and everyone else we are going to dismiss charges on.’”

Blank said Lincoln refused a territorial governor’s proposal to execute 350 men for “murder and other outrages,” including rape, commuting the sentences of all but 38.

She explained the purpose of Lincoln’s statue on the UWM campus:

“Abe is actually here because he was the person who really created public universities in the states throughout this country in a very real way. do not see a reason to prominently label [the executions] on the Lincoln statue.”

But Mariah Skenandore, co-president of the indigenous student organization Wunk Sheek, said she’s “triggered” by the statue every time she sees it:

“They don’t acknowledge the impact that it is having on their students, and I’m impacted by [seeing the statue] every day. I think the plaque is the least the university can do.”

Sometimes, in today’s hyper-charged political environment, sensible lines are drawn in the sand and not allowed to be crossed. UWM Chancellor Rebecca Blank just drew one of those lines.

Superman Protects Illegals from Armed White Supremacist in Latest Comic Book

Superman = Jewperman now.

It’s too bad fucking social justice warrior Superman wasn’t there to protect the fucking thousands of Americans killed by fucking illegal aliens.

Hey, Superman, you fucking piece of shit! Where were you when Jamiel was murdered! And what about Kate Steinle, you moron!

Superman is an illegal alien. Deport him back to Krypton or wherever the hell he came from.

Hollywood Reporter

The moment in the book released Wednesday comes a week after President Trump ended DACA.

Perhaps it is just a coincidence, but perhaps not.

In the recent issue of Action Comics #987, “The Oz Effect,” released Wednesday, Superman arrives in the nick of time to protect a group of undocumented immigrants from a white man sporting an American flag bandanna, wielding a machine gun, who is going to shoot them for taking his job.

Superman blocks the bullets before they hit the terrified people.

“Stop this!” Superman orders the gunman.

“Why?!” he responds. “They ruined me! Stole from me!”

Grabbing the gunman by the collar and pulling him in close, Superman says, “The only person responsible for the blackness smothering your soul — is you!”

Police arrive, and Superman hands over the gunman and tells officers to make sure the victims are “safe and cared for.” An officer responds, “Anything you say, Superman!”

The moment comes just one week after President Donald Trump made the controversial announcement that he was ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy put in place by former President Barack Obama. He then gave Congress a window to save the program.

Still, the decision was decried by politicians, civil groups and celebrities alike. Nearly 800,000 individuals, known as Dreamers, have received protection to stay in the country through the program.

In addition to the DACA announcement, Trump was also slammed for comments he made just a few weeks prior when he appeared to be defending a group of white nationalists holding a rally in Charlottesville, Va., at which one protester to the rally was killed and numerous others injured.

Action Comics #987 is by Dan Jurgens, Viktor Bogdanovic, Jonathan Glapion, Jay Leisten and Mike Spicer.

Hollywood and almost the entire entertainment industry needs to be destroyed. We can’t escape their moronic, shallow virtue signaling. Meanwhile, real people die because of Hollywood.