Small White Female Teacher Handcuffed, Arrested by HUGE Black Cop for Speaking Out at School Board Meeting

Watch the disgusting video of the teacher’s arrest embedded at the bottom of this post.

I think she’s white, although her first name is Deyshia. Hell, this is Louisiana, where a fuxated culture results in all sorts of strange outcomes.

In my opinion, the video clearly shows an ape cop taking out his anti-white racism against a tiny female with a light complexion.

Fire the ape!!!

CBS News

ABBEVILLE, La. — A Louisiana teacher who spoke out about teacher pay at a school board meeting was handcuffed by a law officer as she screamed on the floor while the officer tried to gain control of her in a brief struggle. In dramatic video posted by KATC-TV, the teacher yells at the officer that he’d just pushed her to the ground. The officer orders her to “stop resisting.”

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Earthshaking Event in Battle to Save the West: POLAND PRAYS

Over one million Poles left the comfort of their homes to form human chains around the country’s borders, praying to God to save their country and the West from Islam.

While the United States and Western Europe have rejected God for the most part, the devout Eastern Europeans, who have suffered so much from invasions over the centuries, have embraced the help that God promised his people.

Now we wait for God’s response.

Free Republic

Thousands of Polish Catholics formed human chains on the country’s borders Saturday, begging God “to save Poland and the world” in an event many viewed as a spiritual weapon against the “Islamisation” of Europe.

Reciting “Rosary to the Borders”, they called to be protected from the dangers facing them. The episcopate insisted that it was a purely religious initiative.

The goal was to have as many prayer points as possible along Poland’s 3,511-kilometre (2,200-mile) border with Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, Russia and the Baltic Sea.

Fishing boats joined the event on the sea, while kayaks and sailboats formed chains on Polish rivers, local media said.

During a mass, broadcast live by the ultra-Catholic Radio Maryja, Krakow archbishop Marek Jedraszewski called on believers to pray “for the other European nations to make them understand it is necessary to return to Christian roots so that Europe would remain Europe.”

Archbishop Stanislaw Gadecki, head of the Polish Episcopal Conference, told the commercial radio station RMF FM that “the key objective of this manifestation is to pray for peace.”

The date was not chosen at random. October 7 is when Catholics celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, marking the 1571 victory of Christianity over the Ottoman Turks at the Battle of Lepanto.

A victory attributed to the recital of the rosary “that saved Europe from Islamisation”, the Solo Dios Basta foundation, organising the event, said on its website.

Many Poles see Islam as a threat. The conservative government, which enjoys the backing of a sizeable portion of the population, refuses to welcome migrants to Poland, which has very few Muslims of its own.

Nationalist Catholic activist Marcin Dybowski told AFP before the event that “a religious war between Christianity and Islam is once again underway in Europe, just like in the past.”

“Poland is in danger. We need to shield our families, our homes, our country from all kinds of threats, including the de-Christianisation of our society, which the EU’s liberals want to impose on us,” he said.

Twenty-two border dioceses have taken part in the event, with their faithful congregating in some 200 churches for a lecture and mass before travelling to the border to say the rosary.

The prayers were also said at the chapels of several international airports. Polish parishes abroad said they would join the event too.

I’m sitting here with goosebumps just thinking about what the Poles have done. While foolish Americans and Western Europeans ignore the existential threat, zombifying themselves with sports and television, there are the Poles following up their defiant political response to multiculturalism with a moving spiritual response.

If this isn’t inspirational, I don’t know what is.

God bless the Poland.

Trump Praises Tough New U.N. Economic Sanctions on North Korea


Since previous sanctions have not prevented North Korea from testing missiles and nuclear bombs, there’s not much of a reason to expect that the new sanctions will achieve the desired result.

Furthermore, how much cash would the West be willing to pay Kim (and whoever is behind the scenes controlling him) if he would agree to stop the tests. He’s been paid before. Reasonable people would call it paying off a blackmailer.

But aside from all that, there’s the question of the American (((neocon))) policy makers desire for war with the North. Nothing seems to get done in the world today unless there’s a shekel or two for the Ashkenazim.

Sky News

The UN Security Council has unanimously backed a new resolution imposing fresh sanctions on North Korea in retaliation for its controversial nuclear programme.

Among the sweeping measures is an export ban aimed at depriving Pyongyang of $1bn (£767m) in annual revenue – around a third of its export earnings.

Kim Jong Un’s regime will be banned from selling coal, iron and iron ore, lead and lead ore, fish and seafood.

It will also be prevented from increasing the number of workers it sends overseas – whose earnings are another source of revenue for the regime.

President Trump said the move would have a “very big financial impact” on the reclusive state.

He tweeted: “United Nations Resolution is the single largest economic sanctions package ever on North Korea. Over one billion dollars in cost to N.K.”

The resolution will prohibit countries starting new joint ventures with the North and any fresh investment in current joint ventures.

Nine officials and the country’s main foreign exchange bank have also been added to the UN sanctions blacklist.

But there will not be the cuts to oil deliveries initially proposed by the US – a move which would have dealt a serious blow to the economy.

The Security Council has already imposed six rounds of sanctions that have failed to halt North Korea’s drive to improve its ballistic missile and nuclear weapons capabilities.

US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said penalties against the regime have now been taken “to a whole new level” and the Security Council had put the leader “on notice”.

She said: “This is the most stringent set of sanctions on any country in a generation.”

Meanwhile, UK ambassador to the UN, Matthew Rycroft, warned Kim Jong Un’s nuclear ambitions could be “catastrophic for the world”.

“North Korea bears full responsibility for the measures we have enacted,” he said.

“By acting in flagrant violation of its legal obligations, by going against the will of the Security Council expressed in countless resolutions, North Korea has chosen the path it now finds itself on.”

The US has been putting pressure on China, which accounts for 90% of the North’s trade, to enforce the sanctions.

The effectiveness of the new measures will be mostly down to whether Bejing cooperates.

Despite eventually backing the resolution, China and Russia had resisted the US clampdown – arguing dialogue with the North was the best way to persuade Pyongyang to halt its military ambitions.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said he had urged his North Korean counterpart to abide by UN resolutions and end testing of missiles.

Aussie Cops Foil Muzzie Terror Plot


Cheap tinhorn politicians advise the residents of Oz to stay vigilant as another terrorist plot has allegedly been broken up.

Not until these woefully stupid or evil politicians get at the root cause of the problem will real progress be made. That would require the complete cessation of nonwhite immigration into Australia and the deportation of Muslims back to their ancestral homelands.

Until then, the politicians are just blowing smoke.

Excerpt from

AIRPORT security has been ramped up and travellers should brace for delays and extensive screening measures following overnight terror raids in Sydney.

Speaking this morning, following the arrest of four men over an alleged terror plot that reportedly involved blowing up an aircraft, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the country had strong security systems in place to prevent acts of terrorism.

The Prime Minister confirmed the investigation was ongoing and the arrests were made in connection with a bomb plot that involved an aircraft.

The government also confirmed it was an Islamic State inspired plot.

Mr Turnbull said security has been increased across all major airports as a result of the investigation. The four men have not been charged.

“Every day, every hour, we are focused on ensuring that our defences against terrorism are stronger than ever,” Mr Turnbull said.

“That our co-operation is tighter than ever. That our co-ordination is swifter than ever before. “Now, we have strong transport, security systems in place in Australia, to prevent acts of terrorism.”

It is not yet clear if the alleged plot targeted a domestic or an international flight.


Mr Turnbull said measures put in place at Sydney airport on Thursday have now been extended to all major airports at domestic and international terminals around the country overnight.

“Now this ensures national consistency of our aviation security arrangements,” he said.

“Some of the measures will be obvious to the public, some will not be.

“Travellers should be prepared for additional scrutiny at screening points, and while it is important that Australians are aware of the increased threat — be assured we have the finest security and intelligence services in the world and they are working, as is my government, and all our governments around Australia, night and day, to keep Australians safe.”

The government wouldn’t elaborate on what exactly the new measures involved, however the office of transport security has been advised that security screening will now take longer.

Speaking about last night’s raids, Justice Minister Michael Keenan said this was the 13th significant threat since 2014 when the terrorism level was raised to probable.

“Since 2014, 70 people have been charged as a result of 31 counter-terrorism operations around the country,” he said.

“The primary threat to Australia still remains lone actors, but the events overnight remind us that there is still the ability for people to have sophisticated plots and sophisticated attacks still remain a real threat.

“In light of this information, it’s very important that everyone in Australia remains vigilant.”

This ols Australian Quantas airlines ad reminds us of what we’ve lost because of the treason of our politicians. It’s almost all white and nobody was worried about terrorists.

News Roundup, June 8, 2017: Comey Testi-lies, Teresa May Frets, and More

Unless a nuclear bomb explodes tomorrow, the big story is expected to be the testimony of former FBI Director James Comey. Comey’s public statement released on June 7 has come under scrutiny at The Conservative Treehouse. CBS has published a poll this morning detailing what Americans think about all this. I’m expecting the media to spin Comey’s words before Congress to do maximum damage to Trump.

North Korea is back in the news. CNN reports that the Koreans fired four ground to ship missiles. reports that ancient human-like fossils have been unearthed in Morocco, North Africa. This find casts even more doubt on the lie that humans sprung up only in blackest Africa and then migrated to the rest of the world.

CBS News is reporting on a story out of Jersey City, N.J. in which a thug fleeing from police caused a fiery car crash. Authorities are discussing the possibility of firing the cops because of allegations they kicked the driver while he was on fire.

Today is election day in Britain. Fox reports that a victory for Teresa May, once a sure thing, is now in doubt. Although American eyes will be watching Comey and Trump, Britons will be busy figuring out a choice between Tweedledee and Tweedledum. No one in Britain seems to saying the obvious: Ban Muslims.

News Roundup for June 7, 2017: ISIS Attacks Iran, Media Attacks Trump, Trials Draw Attention, and Bromance is in the Air


Here are summaries of five of top news stories of the day.

In what will probably be the big story of the day, ISIS claims responsibility for a double terrorist attack in Tehran, Iran. Seven people are dead and 35 injured in the attacks on Parliament and the Khomeini shrine. There is as of this writing an ongoing hostage situation as well.

I find it odd that ISIS has targeted Israel’s #1 enemy, but leaves the Jews alone. Isn’t Iran an Islamic state? CNN provides the raw details on the attack, but to get a valid picture of the real story, we’re going to have to turn to alternative news sources that are not connected to the (((Deep State.))) More later.


Yahoo News has been covering the trial of a white teenage girl who encouraged her boyfriend to kill himself, which he did. Although most people would agree that Michelle Carter is morally guilty because of her heartless messaging that encouraged Conrad Roy to connect a hose to the exhaust of his truck and run it into the cab, she’s on trial for manslaughter.

NBC News is covering the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial. A crowd of Cosby supporters outside the courtroom laughed and cheered when Cos did his Fat Albert impersonation: “Hey, hey, hey.” He better hope the jury didn’t see that.


The trial is in its second day. Cosby’s lawyers attempted to rattle the alleged victim, pictured above.

There’s so much anti-Trump news that one person would have a full time job keeping up with. In fact, it might be too big a job for one person. A number of stories speculate on former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony on Thursday. The press is clearly hoping for a bombshell that leads to Trump’s impeachment or resignation.


Perhaps the biggest story otherwise is the claim that Eric Trump funneled children’s cancer charity money to his business. ABC News just published an update on that story a few minutes ago. Eric Trump denies the accusation. If only the press had ever shown so much concern for the Clinton Foundation.

By skipping over the anti-Trump stories at the Daily Mail you’ll come to the news of the “bromance” between Barack Obama and Canada’s PM Justin Trudeau.

The funniest comment at the Mail claims that Obama has a sexual interest in Trudeau. Stranger things have happened, but if they do get together would it just be for a one night stand?

Putin on Comey: “We have nothing to do with that.”

CBS News

Russian President Vladimir Putin said the firing of former FBI Director James Comey will have “no effect” on U.S.-Russia relations, reacting for the first time to President Trump’s dramatic ouster of the man leading the probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign.

Putin spoke with CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer shortly before taking to the ice at a hockey game in Sochi. Palmer asked the Russian leader how Comey’s firing would impact already frosty relations between the two nations.

“There will be no effect,” Putin said, with press aide Dmitry Peskov translating. “Your question looks very funny for me. Don’t be angry with me. We have nothing to do with that.”

“President Trump is acting in accordance with his competence, in accordance with his law and Constitution,” Putin said. “What about us? Why we?”

He then invited Palmer to join him on the rink.

“You see, I am going to play hockey with the hockey fans. And I invite you to do the same,” Putin said.

Putin’s comments came shortly before Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov met with Mr. Trump at the White House. The Russian Foreign Ministry tweeted a photo showing Ambassador Sergei Kislyak present as well.

After the meeting with Lavrov, Mr. Trump ushered reporters into the Oval Office, where he was unexpectedly seated across from former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.

“He was not doing a good job,” Mr. Trump said of Comey when asked why he fired him. “Very simply, he was not doing a good job.”

Mr. Trump’s firing of Comey sent shock waves through Washington when news of the decision broke Tuesday evening. In a letter addressed to the FBI director, Mr. Trump wrote that Comey was terminated “effective immediately.”

In a memo outlining the rationale for Comey’s dismissal, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein faulted Comey for his handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.

Congressional Democrats, however, immediately claimed Mr. Trump’s firing of Comey was meant to blunt the FBI’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign. They immediately reiterated calls for the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate connections between Russian operatives and the Trump campaign.

The left’s insanity once again on display. As if anybody could control Donald Trump.

On the one hand the left portrays Trump as an out of control, deranged madman, while on the other hand he’s seen as diabolically carrying out Putin’s orders to destroy America.

What’s it called? Trump derangement syndrome?