Wacko Woman Forced to Close Her Anti-White Coffee Shop After Wacko Daughter Calls Cops “racist bullies”, Sparking Boycott

Trendy, hipster coffee shops tend to attract lefties as owners and customers.

The White Rose in Lynn, Massachusetts, was no exception.

But when the store’s manager, the owner’s daughter, revealed her anti-racist (= anti-white) opinions on Facebook, the world of mother and daughter imploded in just a week.

Sacramento Bee

Kato Mele found her Massachusetts coffee shop embroiled in a growing controversy after her daughter made anti-police comments on a personal Facebook page.

ALT-RIGHT NOT WELCOME.

The Oct. 13 comments prompted online backlash, according to the Boston Globe, with people writing that they hope Mele’s daughter drowns or is attacked.

Mele told WCVB5 that she decided to close the White Rose Coffee House — her one-year-old coffee shop in Lynn, Mass. — just a week after her daughter made the controversial statements.

The reason: She wants to “stop being harassed,” she said.

“I’ve lost my business and I’ve lost my daughter,” she told the local paper the Daily Item. “This is completely out of control. I just want to be left alone.”

Mele’s daughter, a manager at White Rose, wrote on Facebook that she would not allow a “Coffee with a Cop” event at the coffee shop, according to the Associated Press. She got into an argument with other commenters on her Facebook post, and wrote there that cops are racist and bullies, AP reported.

“They uphold an unjust system and murder without consequence,” she also wrote, according to News7.

THE BAD DAUGHTER SOPHIE.

Screenshots of the conversation quickly spread, according to the Globe, and many flocked to the shop’s Facebook page to give it poor ratings while others continuously called the coffee shop to threaten Mele and her daughter, she said.

Mele, who found out about the Facebook post while she was working her second job as an Uber driver, wrote an open letter addressed to the Lynn Police Department announcing that she fired her daughter.

“The White Rose Coffee House publicly acknowledges and apologizes to all Law Enforcement agencies and specifically the Lynn Massachusetts Police Department,” she wrote.“The White Rose Coffee House realizes that we have a long road to hoe to ingratiate and demonstrate our true appreciation for law enforcement and all first responders.

“As a beginning, I invite interested Lynn law enforcement to visit the White Rose on Monday, Oct. 16, or anytime, to help us make amends.”

WACK JOB KATO MELE.

Neither police officers nor her usual morning customers showed up Monday, according to the Daily Item, despite her passionate apology and Lynn Police Chief Michael Mageary saying “this is a non-story.”

Now the shop, which the Globe described as “a place for locals to come get coffee or a beer, to see art or listen to music” is closed for good.

“This is a community that’s on the rise. We were hoping to be a part of that,” she told WCVB5. “It’s very sad for me knowing we’re not going to be a part of that.”

Wow! We’re doing some good work. We have the NFL on the ropes, Harvey Weinstein possibly going to prison, and much more, including this small victory for traditional values. And this victory took place in the most liberal state in America, Massachusetts!

Jewish Film Director Accused of Sexual Harassment by 38 Women

JAMES TOBACK. FILM DIRECTOR. LADIES MAN.

If Hollywood really wanted to clean up its act, which it doesn’t, it would actively race replace Jews with European-Americans.

Jews are in the process of being revealed as a creepy race of sexual predators.

It’s about time.

Slate

he Los Angeles Times reports that 38 women have come forward to accuse director James Toback of sexually harassing them. 31 of Toback’s 38 accusers spoke to the Times on the record, including a high school student, aspiring actresses who quit the business after meeting Toback, a “well-known actress” who requested anonymity because she feared retaliation years later, and Louise Post of indie rock band Veruca Salt. (That’s 38 accusers so far: Glenn Whipp, who reported the story for the Times, tweeted that 15 more women contacted him with further allegations against Toback since the story was published.) Toback directed The Pick-up Artist and Two Girls and a Guy, and was nominated for an Academy Award for writing the screenplay for Bugsy. He’s been working in film since writing the 1974 James Caan film The Gambler; his most recent movie, The Private Life of a Modern Woman, premiered at the Venice Film Festival on Sept. 4 of this year.

The women’s stories of their alleged encounters with Toback follow a common outline: Toback would approach a young woman, introduce himself as a film director, and say she was perfect for the project he was working on. According to his accusers, after a spiel about his résumé—Toback allegedly carried articles about himself around to prove he was who he said he was—he would explain that he needed to get to know them better before casting them, and set up a meeting in a more private location. At those meetings, according to the women, Toback would steer the conversation in a sexual direction, boasting about famous women he’d slept with and asking embarrassing sexual questions; pubic hair was allegedly a common topic. Then, the women say, Toback masturbated or rubbed himself against them to completion. In at least three of the incidents the Times reports, Toback allegedly requested the women pinch his nipples and look in his eyes as he came. As with Harvey Weinstein, Toback’s behavior was allegedly an open secret in Hollywood, as drama teacher, actor, and playwright Karen Sklaire—who says Toback dry-humped her leg during a 1997 meeting—explained:

It’s a common thread among many women I know … after someone mentions they were sexually abused by a creepy writer-director, the response is, “Oh no, you got Tobacked.” … The numbers are staggering.

It’s far from the first time news has broken about James Toback allegedly harassing women. In 1989, Spy published “The Pickup Artist’s Guide to Picking Up Women: A Case-by-Case Look at Movie Director James Toback’s Street Technique,” by Vincenza Demetz (a pseudonym). Twenty-eight years ago, Demetz discovered the same common threads in multiple stories of alleged encounters that the Times is reporting today. Toback’s alleged M.O. was so depressingly monotonous that the magazine ran his accusers’ stories in a giant four-page foldout table, with column headers like “The Credentials,” “Pitching the Project,” and “Trust Me.” The chart also included the following disclaimer:

A Word of Warning: This chart contains frank, explicit language, including the phrase, uttered by a man, “Just touch my nipples and I’ll come.” What follows is not for the squeamish.

The Spy story—which was about unwanted sexual advances during what were presumed to be business meetings—doesn’t seem to have caused much of a stir at the time in other media outlets, but it does show up, heavily euphemized, in later profiles of the director. In 2000, a New York Times article called it a chronicle of “Mr. Toback’s own exploits as a pickup artist”; a 1997 profile in the Los Angeles Times noted, presumably as a compliment, that “his own libido is so legendary that Spy magazine once published a fold-out chart of his conquests.” Gawker also published similar allegations about Toback allegedly sexually harassing women in 2008, 2010, again in 2010, and in 2012. Eight of the 12 movies Toback has directed were released after the Spy article; two were released after the Gawker articles.

But the fallout from the Harvey Weinstein scandal has inspired women to come forward once more. For Louise Post—today the singer and guitarist for indie rock band Veruca Salt, but in 1987, when Toback allegedly told her he’d like to masturbate in front of her, just a college student at Barnard—Weinstein’s public fall from grace forced her to face that part of her past. “Today, I cried for the first time since then about it,” she told the Times. And actress Adrienne LaValley heartbreakingly explained why she hadn’t told anyone about her alleged encounter with Toback before now:

The way he presented it, it was like, “This is how things are done.” I felt like a prostitute, an utter disappointment to myself, my parents, my friends. And I deserved not to tell anyone.

It’s great that Hollywood is being exposed, but this may be what is called a “limited hangout.”

In a limited hangout a few sacrificial lambs are tossed out to the lynch mob, while the really big crimes are covered up.

Hollywood is filled with pedophiles. Let’s get them front and center and let’s start sending these creeps to prison. And let’s make sure to boycott the garbage that Hollywood produces, much of it hostile to us deplorables.

NY Times: O’Reilly Paid Lis Wiehl $32 Million to Settle Sexual Harassment Claim Prior to Fox Contract Renewal

What happened between former Fox News analyst Lis Wiehl and Bill O’Reilly is known only to them. O’Reilly certainly has shown on a number of occasions that he’s a jerk.

But $32 million given to a woman who suffered no physical or mental impairment because she had to deal with a jerk is obscenely excessive.

New York Times via NOLA

O’Reilly settled new harassment claims, then Fox renewed his contract

By The New York Times
Last January, six months after Fox News ousted its chairman amid a sexual harassment scandal, the network’s top-rated host at the time, Bill O’Reilly, struck a $32 million agreement with a longtime network analyst to settle new sexual harassment allegations, according to two people briefed on the matter — an extraordinarily large amount for such cases.

Although the deal has not been previously made public, the network’s parent company, Twenty-First Century Fox, acknowledges it was aware of the woman’s complaints about O’Reilly. They included allegations of repeated harassment, a nonconsensual sexual relationship and the sending of gay pornography and other sexually explicit material to her, according to the people briefed on the matter.

It was at least the sixth agreement — and by far the largest — made by either O’Reilly or the company to settle harassment allegations against him. Despite that record, Twenty-First Century Fox began contract negotiations with O’Reilly, and in February granted him a four-year extension that paid $25 million a year.

Interviews with people familiar with the settlement and documents obtained by The New York Times show how the company tried and ultimately failed to contain the second wave of a sexual harassment crisis that initially burst into public view the previous summer and cost the Fox News chairman, Roger Ailes, and eventually O’Reilly their jobs.

In January, the reporting shows, Rupert Murdoch and his sons, Lachlan and James, the top executives at Twenty-First Century Fox, made a business calculation to stand by O’Reilly despite his most recent, and potentially most explosive, harassment dispute.

Their decision came as the company was trying to convince its employees, its board and the public that it had cleaned up the network’s workplace culture. At the same time, they were determined to hold on to O’Reilly, whose value to the network increased after the departure of another prominent host, Megyn Kelly.

But by April, the Murdochs decided to jettison O’Reilly as some of the settlements became public and posed a significant threat to their business empire.

Early that month, The Times reported on five settlements involving O’Reilly, leading advertisers to boycott his show and spawning protests calling for his ouster. About the same time, the O’Reilly settlements arose as an issue in Twenty-First Century Fox’s attempt to buy the European satellite company Sky.

In addition, federal prosecutors who had been investigating the network’s handling of sexual harassment complaints against Ailes had asked for material related to allegations involving O’Reilly, according to an internal Fox email obtained by The Times.

“Their legal theory has been that we hid the fact that we had a problem with Roger,” Gerson Zweifach, Fox’s general counsel, wrote in the email, referring to the prosecutors and Ailes, “and now it will be applied to O’Reilly, and they will insist on full knowledge of all complaints about O’Reilly’s behavior in the workplace, regardless of who settled them.”

He warned the Murdochs that they should expect details from the January settlement to become public. Six days later, O’Reilly was fired.

In a statement, Twenty-First Century Fox said it was not privy to the amount of the settlement and regarded O’Reilly’s January settlement, which was reached with a 15-year Fox News analyst named Lis Wiehl, as a personal issue between the two of them.

LIS WIEHL.

Regarding O’Reilly’s contract extension, the company said Fox News “surely would have wanted to renew” O’Reilly’s contract, noting that “he was the biggest star in cable TV.”

It emphasized that provisions were added to the new contract that allowed for his dismissal if new allegations or other relevant information arose. “The company subsequently acted based on the terms of this contract,” the statement said.

In an interview Wednesday, O’Reilly, at times combative and defiant, said there was no merit to any of the allegations against him. “I never mistreated anyone,” he said, adding that he had resolved matters privately because he wanted to protect his children from the publicity.

“It’s politically and financially motivated,” he said of the public outcry over the allegations against him, “and we can prove it with shocking information, but I’m not going to sit here in a courtroom for a year and a half and let my kids get beaten up every single day of their lives by a tabloid press that would sit there, and you know it.”

He declined to specifically address questions about the settlement with Wiehl or any others.

O’Reilly’s lawyer, Fredric S. Newman, described his client’s relationship with Wiehl as an 18-year friendship in which she at times gave him legal advice.

Asked about the allegation of a nonconsensual sexual relationship, a representative for O’Reilly, Mark Fabiani, said that Twenty-First Century Fox was “well aware” Wiehl had signed a sworn affidavit “renouncing all allegations against him,” adding that after receiving the document Fox News offered O’Reilly “a record breaking contract.”

Wiehl’s $32 million deal dwarfs other previously known sexual harassment settlements at Fox News. The largest of those was the $20 million payout former host Gretchen Carlson received after she sued Ailes in July 2016.

The settlement with Wiehl was more than three times the amount of any of O’Reilly’s previously known deals; in 2004, he had settled a lawsuit with a producer, Andrea Mackris, for about $9 million. Publicly known harassment settlements involving O’Reilly have totaled about $45 million.

Read Bill’s response here.

Attractive 24 Year Old White Woman’s Throat Slashed in NYC Senseless Daylight Attack

THE VICTIM IS NOT NAMED IN THE POST STORY.

Perhaps Luis Perez saw a young white woman and made the decision to threaten her with broken glass to steal her bike or the nose ring she’s wearing in the photo above. Or maybe he just likes to scare people, but went overboard this time.

The reporting is scant here. We have no inkling of Perez’s criminal history. It’s doubtful he’s a first time offender.

New York Post

The Ridgewood woman who was randomly slashed in the throat by a stranger in Brooklyn recalled Friday the terrifying moment she was attacked, saying it will “take some time” before she’s no longer afraid.

She was on her way to an art show in Gowanus just before 8 p.m. Thursday when Luis Perez, 37, approached her as she was locking up her bike in Gowanus, the 24-year-old art teacher told The Post.

“[I felt] a little bit of panic. He just looked like he was focused on me. There was a clear trajectory toward me. I just thought maybe if I would ignore him, continue, I’ll be okay,” she said.

But Perez then grabbed her and plunged a piece of glass in her throat, warning her not to scream, she said.

“He grabbed me from behind, put a piece of glass on my neck [and] told me not to scream or he’d cut my throat, and I just started screaming,” the young woman said.

“I was screaming, screaming. I felt that all I needed to do was to get people’s attention — that if I would call attention to it, then it would stop.”

Her attacker remained “calm and quiet,” as she tried to push him away from her neck, she recalled.

“I was just trying to get him off my neck. I didn’t really care about my hands. He had a piece of glass on my neck,” she explained. “And then I let go. And he walked away very slowly.”

Perez crossed the street, where he remained until police arrived and arrested him. He was charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon, and was awaiting arraignment in Brooklyn court on Friday.

His alleged victim was still wearing blood-stained clothes when she spoke to The Post. A large, square bandage covered her throat, and a second bandage was wrapped around her left hand.

“I got eight stitches in my neck and six in my hand. It was bleeding a lot, mostly the neck. Which is why I still have blood on my clothes,” said the aspiring artist, who was discharged from Methodist Hospital early Friday morning.

The young woman said “it’s going to take some time” to recover from the incident — but she still thinks the Big Apple is safe.

“I’m just happy that I’m okay,” she said. “And I can’t wait to ride my bike again. That’s all I want to do.”

No mugshot of the perp was up early Saturday morning, but I suspect he’s Puerto Rican since there are large numbers of them in New York City. Many of them are black.

There’s no hint that police intend to investigate this potentially deadly incident as a hate crime against women or against a white person.

One more thing. The victim is wrong about New York City being safe. The perp has been charged with assault. Why not attempted murder?

White Policewoman Fined Five Days Pay for Facebook Criticism of NFL Players Who Kneel

KRISTE KIBBEY ETUE. PAID $165,000 A YEAR. APPROX $2,300 FINE.

For once, blacks didn’t get a white person fired.

Daily Mail

A top Michigan police woman will lose five days of pay for sharing a Facebook post in September that called NFL players who kneel during the national anthem ‘anti-American degenerates.’

Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue has been under fire since September 24 when she shared a meme on her personal Facebook page that called NFL players who kneel during the national anthem ‘millionaire ingrates who hate America.’

She has apologized, especially to black lawmakers, but hasn’t publicly explained why she shared it.

Governor Rick Snyder confirmed the penalty Thursday at the end of press release that announced many steps to ‘review the culture of state government.’

Hundreds of athletes have expressed they are taking a knee during the pre-game national anthem as a symbolic protest against racial oppression and incidents of police brutality against blacks.

The controversial message on her personal Facebook page caused outrage, as some have called for her to be fired – which Snyder had already said he would not do.

A patriot has been fined for writing the truth. The fine is a relatively small one. And a coerced apology is no apology.

Kriste expressed the majority view in America. Too bad she doesn’t have the same free speech right to protest that the millionaire players have.

Artist who breastfed dog and fertilized her egg with dog cell wins prestigious prize

The degenerate (((elites))) are working full-time to normalize bestiality. It’s right out in the open with this vile, so called art.

RT

A Slovenian artist breastfed her dogs and fertilized one of her eggs with a dog cell as part of an award-winning three-month art project.

Maja Smrekar lived in seclusion with her dogs as part of the lengthy artistic experiment, which was titled “K-9_topology.”

During that time, she triggered her body to produce breast milk by systematic breast pumping. She then breastfed her puppy Ada to explore “the social and ideological instrumentalization of the female body and breastfeeding.”

Smrekar also took a fat cell from another dog, Byron, and used it to fertilize one of her eggs using a method similar to IVF. The fat cell was a non-sexual cell, so no dog’s sperm was used in the project.

The artist said on her website that the project grew out of the “observation of zeitgeist through the so called thanatopolitical dimension of contemporary biopolitical practices.” She created a video (parts NSFW) depicting all the stages of the artistic work.

Despite the bizarre nature of the project, it proved remarkably popular with experts and was awarded the top prize in the Hybrid art section of the Prix Ars Electronica, one of the best known prizes in the field of electronic and interactive art.

“What is making this artwork so special is the total commitment of the artist,” the jury said in a statement.

“Exposing her body to hormone roller-coasters of false pregnancy and organizing the lab infrastructure to execute the complicated biotech protocol in order to create a poetic masterpiece evoking the challenges of posthumanistic dilemma.

“K-9_topology is a true hybrid artwork with a profound bio-political message and is certain to bring a lot of discussion to the audience from both the art and science sides”.

Tradcatknight reports that the Catholic church refuses to condemn this so-called art. Novus Ordum Watch carries the same story.

Finally, at heute.at we see the “artist” in her award winning glory:

This behavior is sick. The only award the artist should be receiving is an all expense paid vacation to prison.

The Real Melania Trump Replaced by a “body double” Claim Lunatics on Twitter

(((They))) come up with this stuff in order to discredit reasonable skepticism about the official explanation for events such as the Las Vegas massacre.

Ignore. These are most likely paid Jew trolls pushing this nonsense. Just remember that it’s not harmless if it damages real analysis of Deep State mischief.

Excerpt from USA Today

n the beginning, first lady Melania Trump was mocked for her absence from the White House. Then she was criticized for her clothes and her shoes. On Wednesday some conspiracy theorists on Twitter were convinced she wasn’t even Melania — she’s a body double!

Soon after a tweet asserting this was posted, the reaction tweets were off to the races as jokesters, paranoids, gif-makers and Trump supporters vied with one another to make the case, knock it down or just have a good time posting clever pictures and videos.

More proof that startling numbers of people on Twitter have way too much time on their hands? For the record, there is no Melania Trump body double, but that didn’t stop the blathering about it.

A few more Tweets: