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R.L. News => General News => American News => Topic started by: Rev.Dibbs on 25 June 2019 at 01:59

Title: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 25 June 2019 at 01:59
The niggers, mud races and race traitors of my government are always making comments and decisions to harm our White Brothers and Sisters. But this A.O.C. as they call her, is a real special kind of stupid. With the comments and policies this anti-White mud in trying to pass, I'm starting to think her IQ is even lower than normal for her species. Here's her newest f*ck White America statement/ request.


AOC Calls for Americans to Harbor Illegals From ICE

By Eric Mack
Sunday, 23 Jun 2019 11:46 AM

After calling U.S. illegal immigrant centers "concentration camps," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., shared information on the Trump administration Immigration and Custom Enforcement raids, potentially putting ICE agents in danger of violent protests.

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez tweeted Saturday:

"Warning: The Trump admin is expected to begin ICE raids across the country TOMORROW, targeting people for round up.

NOW is the time for us to come together:

- Check in w/ your neighbors
- Share "Know Your Rights" info
- If you see ICE, report to @UNITEDWEDREAM (https://twitter.com/unitedwedream) 1-844-363-1423"
Admin Note: Follow the link above to Twitter, and see who wants to seize the future away from White children

She added via Twitter:

"Please share this info widely & make sure your neighbors have it.

If your home can be a safe space or haven for others, let your neighbors and community know – even if it's just to relax in the stress of this time.

AOC potentially put the safety of ICE agents at risk by tweeting out information on the raids, which President Donald Trump has since postponed in order for Congress to work out a deal on immigration legislation, according to Acting ICE Director Mark Morgan on Saturday night.

"The media got a hold of some operational specifics, and they reported it," Morgan told Fox News' "Justice w/Jeanine." "It's egregious and it puts the lives of the officers and agents at risk. The men and women at ICE are true American heroes.

"The president recognized that. He postponed it to protect them, but also to give Congress another chance on a bipartisan method to actually get together and pass this supplement so we can enforce the rule of law, positively impact this crisis, and maintain integrity of this system."
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 09 July 2019 at 03:10

Pelosi says Trump census citizenship push aims to 'make America white again'

(CNN) — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday criticized President Donald Trump's continued push to add a citizenship question to the upcoming 2020 census, saying that it is part of an effort to "make America white again."

Speaking at a press conference in San Francisco on election security, Pelosi accused Republicans of trying to suppress the vote and gerrymander districts so that "just their people vote and not the general population."

"That's why they're fighting the census," she said.

Pelosi repeatedly called the effort "disgraceful" and invoked a phrase she had previously used to knock Trump's immigration policies.

"But this is about keeping -- you know, Make America, you know his hat -- Make America White Again. They want to make sure that people, certain people, are counted," she said.

The Trump administration has been pushing to add a citizenship question to the census, an effort that is still ongoing despite the fact that late last month the Supreme Court dealt a major blow to it by blocking the addition of the question for the time being.

After the Commerce Department announced last year that a citizenship question would be included the move sparked controversy and a high-stakes court battle as critics argued that asking about citizenship status will lead to an inaccurate count and intimidate noncitizens.

"What they want to do is to put a chilling effect so that certain populations will not answer the form," Pelosi said.

The Democrat-led House Oversight Committee voted last month to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt of Congress over a dispute related to the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census.

In the case of criminal contempt, however, the next step would be a vote on the House floor, which hasn't happened yet -- though Pelosi predicted it would.

"That's another place where you'll probably see a contempt action on the part of the House of Representatives on the Trump administration," she said.

Census data serves as the basis for decisions about how to allocate federal resources and draw congressional districts.

The Trump administration said last week that it would not ask about citizenship status on the census, appearing to back off the contentious effort to reinstate the question. But the next day, the President tweeted that the effort would keep "moving forward," creating uncertainty over what would happen in Washington.

Barr said Monday the administration would decide in the "next day or two" on which option to take on the census.

"What you saw on the part of the administration with the citizenship question, it's disgraceful," Pelosi said at her press conference.

"The Supreme Court did not rule in their favor because they said the administration did not give sufficient evidence as to why the census citizenship question should be there," she added. "So they kicked the can, and then the administration said, 'OK we won't put it on there,' and then the President injected himself into this."

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 12 July 2019 at 13:04
Very little surprises me when it comes to my anti-White government, but I'm definitely disappointed about this. When you have government officials and propaganda media explaining to illegal muds publicly how to avoid I.C.E. raids without repercussions, you know J.O.G. is in full effect.


'Know your rights': Immigration advocates, attorneys ramp up efforts ahead of planned mass ICE raids

“People should understand that they have rights regardless of their immigration status,” one lawyer said.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi reads from a paper called "Know Your Rights" regarding ICE agents and raids as she meets with reporters on Capitol Hill on July 11, 2019.Andrew Harnik / AP

July 11, 2019, 3:40 PM CDT / Updated July 11, 2019, 4:43 PM CDT
By Daniella Silva

Immigration advocates and lawyers have ramped up efforts to combat widespread raids threatened by the Trump administration by sharing information with immigrant communities about their rights.

The raids by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement scheduled to begin Sunday are set to target about 2,000 undocumented families in major cities across the United States, officials told NBC News. The raids were originally planned to take place three weeks ago but were postponed.

Many advocacy groups and some Democratic lawmakers have responded by sharing information, both in person and on social media, to immigrants in multiple languages, informing them of their rights and what to expect should the raids be carried about.

“People should understand that they have rights regardless of their immigration status,” Lee Gelernt, a lawyer with the American Civil Liberties Union, said.

The material includes videos and social media toolkits covering what to do if an ICE agent shows up at their homes.

ICE raids on undocumented immigrants set to start Sunday in 10 cities

“They do not need do let an ICE agent into their home unless there’s a judicial warrant and rarely does ICE have a judicial warrant,” Gelernt said, adding that ICE usually has its own administrative warrants.

“We’re very concerned about how the raids will be carried out,” he said, adding the ACLU was talking to other groups and private law firms about monitoring the raids “to make sure excessive force is not being used or they’re not being conducted unconstitutionally. Families could be separated.”

The ACLU is also part of a pre-emptive lawsuit filed Thursday in New York in response to the planned raids. The lawsuit argued that “constitutional due process requires the government to bring these families and children before an immigration judge so they can have a fair day in court before they face deportation,” according to a statement from the New York Civil Liberties Union.

The lawsuit is asking for families ordered deported because they did not appear in court to be given a hearing before an immigration judge to determine if their order of removal should be rescinded. The suit said error and "widespread failures" in notifying families of their court dates could have contributed to their absence in court. Such errors include notices to appear in court sent to wrong addresses or receiving a notice just before a hearing or even after a hearing has taken place, the lawsuit said.

“The Trump administration’s threats against immigrants run roughshod over basic fairness and due process,” Donna Lieberman, executive director of the New York Civil Liberties Union, said in the statement. “For the many families who came here as refugees fleeing violence, deportation is a death threat. We will fight to ensure no one faces this kind of peril without having their case considered in court.”

Bill de Blasio speaks potential ICE raids

New York City Mayor and 2020 Democratic candidate Bill de Blasio said on MSNBC Thursday that he wanted “to get the truth out to people” regarding the potential raids. He said New Yorkers could call 311 to find out information about their rights.

“We tell people their rights, we protect them,” he said, adding that the city also provides legal assistance to families who may be impacted by the raids.

“First it starts with trying to take away the fear and say we have your back, we’re going to give you real information,” he said. “Don’t believe the rumors, call a specific hotline, find out what’s really going on.”

Melissa Chua, associate director of immigrant protection at the New York Legal Assistance Group, said the group was handing out informational flyers and will be targeting families with outstanding orders of removal, which will reportedly be targeted in the raids.

“We’re reaching out to any families in the area that we know may be at risk,” she said.

POLITICS Thousands to be targeted in immigration raids set for Sunday

Domingo Garcia, president of the League of United Latin American Citizens, which is hosting a town hall with Democratic presidential candidates in Milwaukee said Thursday the 90-year-old Latino civil rights group will have legal teams in place in various locations to help people who may be arrested in the raids.

Meanwhile, other groups shared resources for lawyers looking to help immigrants who might be affected by the raids and lists of local raid response hotlines for the cities that may be targeted.


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The cities that were previously named as targets of the raids were Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York and San Francisco, but a source told NBC News that two of those cities may change.

Last month, President Donald Trump tweeted that ICE would soon deport “millions” of undocumented immigrants.

Trump later said he would delay the mass raids “at the request of Democrats” so that Congress could work out a compromise to an immigration policy, a deal that has so far eluded Trump. Officials told NBC News the delay was due in part because details of the plan had leaked to the media.

Ken Cuccinelli, acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, said on Fox Business News Thursday “the men and women of ICE are committed to doing their job” and that it was “really unfortunate that we’ve reached the point where them going about their business” is “somehow news.”

An ICE spokesperson said in a statement that "due to law enforcement sensitivities and the safety and security" of its personnel, it would not offer specific details on enforcement operations.

"As always, ICE prioritizes the arrest and removal of unlawfully present aliens who pose a threat to national security, public safety and border security," ICE said in the statement.

"However, all of those in violation of the immigration laws may be subject to immigration arrest, detention and — if found removable by final order — removal from the United States," the spokesperson said.

Meanwhile, prominent Democrats such as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., have lambasted the planned raids and shared information from advocacy organizations about immigrant rights.

Pelosi read from a “know your rights” flyer at her weekly press conference Thursday and said she was going to ask religious leaders to appeal to Trump to stop the raids.

“Every person in America has rights,” she said. “These families are hardworking members of our communities in our country, this brutal action will terrorize children and tear families apart.”
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 25 July 2019 at 14:09
A muslim telling us to fear White Men and we need to be profiled and monitored. Let's take a walk through history to see which group is more dangerous.


In resurfaced interview, Ilhan Omar answers question on 'jihadist terrorism' by saying Americans should be 'more fearful of white men'

By Nick Givas | Fox News

Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar addresses her ongoing feud with the president at the Muslim Collective for Equitable Democracy event; Mark Meredith reports from the conference.

In a resurfaced interview from 2018, anti-Trump Democrat Ilhan Omar responded to a question about the "quote-unquote legitimate fears" some people have of "jihadist terrorism," by saying Americans should be "more fearful of white men."

In the interview, Al Jazeera host Medhi Hasan said some Americans feel justified in fearing Islam, not out of hate but for their own safety, before listing a number of radical Islamic terror attacks. Omar dismissed this suggestion immediately and laid the blame on white males instead, calling for the profiling and monitoring of caucasian men.

"I would say our country should be more fearful of white men across our country because they are actually causing most of the deaths within this country," she replied.

"And so if fear was the driving force of policies to keep America safe -- Americans safe inside of this country -- we should be profiling, monitoring, and creating policies to fight the radicalization of white men."

Here's some sats:

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 28 July 2019 at 16:43
Another jewish politician contributing to the destruction of the White Race.


Senator intervenes at border to help Mexican family apply for asylum


CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico —A pregnant Mexican woman suffering complications was told by immigration officers that they couldn’t process her family’s asylum claim at the U.S. border on Saturday before a U.S. senator intervened to persuade the officers to take the woman to a Texas hospital.

While visiting a migrant shelter Saturday, Sen. Ron Wyden Weidenreich (D-Ore.) [ https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Wyden ] grew concerned about a woman who was 38 weeks pregnant and suffering from preeclampsia and other complications. The senator and his staff decided to take the woman, her husband and 3-year-old son to a port of entry to make their asylum claim.

At the Paso del Norte Bridge linking Juárez and El Paso, the family approached two Customs and Border Protection officers, presented their identification and said they wanted to request asylum. They then heard the words that tens of thousands of asylum seekers have been told for more than a year at the U.S.-Mexico border: “We’re full,” a CBP officer told them.

Wyden, who had followed behind the family along with an entourage of staff members and friends from Oregon, then stepped forward and identified himself. He told the officers that Mexicans are exempt from the “metering” program CBP has used to strictly control the number of people allowed to request asylum at ports of entry. He also told the officers the woman was late term in her pregnancy and suffering complications.

The officers called a supervisor, who arrived minutes later, and allowed the family to go to the port of entry to make their asylum claim.

Wyden was clearly shaken by his two-day visit to the border, which included a tour of CBP holding cells and an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention facility. At the Juárez shelter, he met a 3-year-old boy who had stopped speaking after being held with his father by the U.S. Border Patrol and then sent back to Mexico. Wyden spoke with families who were required to stay in Mexico for six months before their first U.S. immigration court hearing.

“These policies that I’ve seen are not what America is about. And in fact what we saw with respect to the woman who is here today is just a blatant violation of U.S. law,” Wyden said, referring to the pregnant woman. He said he believed the CBP agents would have turned away the family if he had not intervened, a sentiment echoed by Taylor Levy, an El Paso immigration attorney who took Wyden and his staff to Juárez.

“I feel very confident that if the family had tried to present alone, they would not have been allowed in,” Levy said.

A CBP spokesman said the officer would not have told the family that asylum processing was at capacity if they had explained that they were Mexican and that the mother was pregnant. However, the family gave the officer, whose uniform identified his last name as Loya, a folder that contained their Mexican birth certificates and identification.

Shaw Drake, the policy director for the American Civil Liberties Union Border Rights Center in El Paso, said he asked the officer afterward if the family had identified themselves as Mexican asylum seekers, and the officer said they had.

Wyden was also critical of a CBP officer who told the senator’s staff they were not allowed to take photos or video on the bridge. The ACLU’s Drake said the officer, whose name tag identified him as Castro, was wrong, and he told the staff they could continue to record.

“Certainly it looked like it had the potential for not going well. The ACLU folks talked about their legal rights to be able to record the [processing], and one of the officers said, ‘We have a situation,’ ” Wyden said. “So having done this for a while, those are the kinds of things that concern you and might suggest it’s not going well.”

Metering is used as a way to cap the number of people allowed to apply for asylum at ports of entry. Mexicans are supposed to be exempt from metering under U.S. asylum laws, Drake said. He said he had seen CBP agents turning back Mexican asylum seekers before.

“If someone arrives on our border and expresses a fear of return to their home country, the government is barred from returning that person to their home country until a process has been followed to determine whether they have the right to remain in the United States as an asylee or a refugee,” he said. “And so turning a Mexican away at the border, back into Mexico, is directly returning an asylum seeker to the country from which they’re fleeing persecution with no process to determine whether they have a fear of returning to that country.”

Wyden met the family, who asked not to be identified, at a shelter that houses about 250 migrants in Juárez. They were sharing a small room with 11 other migrants. They said they were from the Mexican state of Guerrero and wanted to seek asylum because they feared violence from drug cartels and their government allies.

“There’s a lot of insecurity, and the government is involved and corrupted with the cartels. There’s just no way to survive,” the father told Wyden.

The family showed Wyden their number for the metering list, which is kept by the Chihuahua State Population Council in Juárez. The number 17,647 was handwritten on a slip of paper. More than 5,000 people were ahead of them on the list, meaning they faced a four- or five-month wait before being allowed to come to a U.S. port of entry and seek asylum.

The family said they had not previously gone to a port of entry because they thought they had to get on the metering list.

Lauren Herbert, an Oregon pediatrician who accompanied Wyden on the border tour, said she became concerned when talking to the mother.

“She had a previous diagnosis of preeclampsia, which already places her at high risk,” Herbert said after the family crossed the border. “And then she described two days of leaking fluid,” which could indicate a ruptured membrane that threatened the life of mother and unborn child. “This is a high-risk pregnancy, and she needs to be seen by a doctor. Now.”

After Wyden met the woman and her family, Levy, the immigration attorney, and Drake urged the senator to push CBP to get the woman to a hospital as soon as possible.

“The U.S. government keeps saying that they don’t put Mexicans on the metering list and that Mexicans will always be accepted because they’re fleeing Mexico,” Levy said. She suggested Wyden approach the border officers along with an ACLU representative and lawyers.

“That’s what we’re going to do,” Wyden said.

About an hour later, the family was undergoing initial processing by CBP to begin their asylum claim. CBP officials told Wyden that the mother would quickly be taken to a hospital for evaluation. Their status was not clear Saturday night.

Ian Philabaum, program director for the legal group Innovation Law Lab, said the family’s plight would have been much different without Wyden’s assistance.

“If not for the presence of a U.S. senator, another asylum seeker would have been sent back to dangerous conditions in Mexico, the same country she is fleeing, and despite the fact that she is pregnant and in dire need of medical attention,” said Philabaum, who accompanied Wyden on his two-day border tour.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 10 August 2019 at 14:20

New Mexico Refused To Give ICE Employment Records, Won’t Let Trump ‘Destroy Families’

By Gavrielle Jacobovitz, Arthur Delaney, and Roque Planas
08/09/2019 01:58 PM ET

New Mexico denied U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement requests for the state’s employment records, including records on residents receiving unemployment benefits, the state’s workforce director said. 

The workforce system ICE wanted to access includes the names, addresses and financial information of practically every working and unemployed person in the state, Bill McCamley, secretary of the Department of Workforce Solutions, told HuffPost. 

“This governor is not going to participate in the Trump administration’s efforts to destroy families,” McCamley added.

The development highlights the growing politicization of ICE operations as Democratic-led jurisdictions refuse to cooperate with what they view as increasingly indiscriminate deportation efforts under President Donald Trump. ICE had largely abandoned large-scale worksite raids in 2008, but the Trump administration has revived them, carrying out the largest single-state operation in the agency’s history this week in Mississippi. 

“It’s not a secret the information that ICE is asking for will be used for those sorts of things,” McCamley said in reference to the Mississippi raids.

“It’s bad for families, it’s bad for our communities, it’s bad for businesses, it’s just bad,” McCamley told HuffPost.

It’s bad for families, it’s bad for our communities, it’s bad for businesses, it’s just bad. Bill McCamley, New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions

An ICE investigator told the New Mexico workforce department that it already had access to Texas workforce data, as the Albuquerque Journal first reported on Thursday. The Texas Workforce Commission confirmed it had provided such access in a statement to the Las Cruces Sun-News. “This limited access only includes information related to wage records, unemployment compensation claim benefit data and very limited employer information,” the commission said. 

It’s not clear how many other states hand over payroll information to ICE. The agency has previously said it routinely issues subpoenas for such information to state and local governments, as well as private companies. Earlier this year, a Montana labor department employee said he quit his job rather than cooperate with such a subpoena.

An ICE spokesperson did not immediately offer details in response to a HuffPost request on Friday. 

ICE relies heavily on state cooperation and local laws to bolster its deportation efforts. A custody transfer from a local jail, for example, is more efficient and less risky for officers than attempting to arrest someone in public or at their home. Things like driving under the influence, driving without a license and marijuana possession are among the most common infractions that have landed unauthorized migrants in ICE custody under Trump, according to agency statistics released to HuffPost last year. 

That means migrants are less likely to face the prospect of ICE detention in a liberal state like California, where weed is legal, undocumented immigrants can get drivers licenses and the state restricts cooperation between local jails and ICE. The Republican-led state legislature in Texas, by contrast, passed a law in 2017 prohibiting local jurisdictions from creating “sanctuary” policies, and the state shares its labor data with ICE and prohibits unauthorized migrants from driving legally. 

After an employee of the New Mexico workforce department first denied ICE’s request late last week — from an ICE investigator requesting the data for its El Paso office — ICE reached out to other members of the office’s staff, according to McCamley. Staff members denied the request again. Then McCamley’s office sent out a department-wide memo to its employees indicating that if a law enforcement official contacted them, the communication should go through the department’s legal office. McCamley also informed ICE that all future requests would only go through the department’s chief legal counsel.

On Thursday, a lawyer from ICE in El Paso requested a written statement from McCamley’s office detailing its policy. McCamley said that if a law enforcement agency has a “targeted specific investigation,” the office would “consider whether to cooperate on a case by case basis.” For instance, the department is on a human trafficking task force, and by law, can work with law enforcement agencies on child support payment enforcement.

McCamley emphasized that the decision on whether to agree to requests from agency officials is completely within the office’s federal and state legal authority. 

There are two issues with ICE’s request, McCamley said. First, the workforce department isn’t going to provide law enforcement agencies “complete and unfettered access to the personal data of every person in the state,” which raises “a ton of privacy concerns.” Second, he’s from a border community — Las Cruces, New Mexico — and understands what the human consequences will be.

“Two years ago, ICE came door to door in my town, with my neighbors, and took people away at 6 in the morning with no warning,” McCamly recounted. He was a state representative at the time. Later that morning, he heard from a middle school teacher saying a 12-year-old girl was crying because her father was taken by law enforcement officials.

“It seems pretty obvious that ICE was going to use whatever employer information they can get to do these sorts of things [like the raids in Mississippi] over and over again,” McCamley added. “It’s not a secret. And that’s not something we are going to participate in.” 
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 31 August 2019 at 13:07

Ilhan Omar Demands United Nations Take Over America’s Border Crisis

by Ryan Saavedra
August 28, 2019


Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) demanded this week that the United States bring in the United Nations to handle the border crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border, a move that would undermine the United States' national sovereignty.

Omar made the remarks on Tuesday while speaking to her constituents during an immigration forum in south Minneapolis.

Omar, who was accused this week of having an affair with a married man, lectured the audience about losing the "moral high ground" on the issue of immigration.

"We should do what any other country does by dealing with this situation in a serious way," Omar said. "So, we have to bring in the United Nations high commissioner on refugees, an agency that has the expertise and the training to handle massive flows of refugees humanely."

Before Omar made those remarks she suggested without evidence that the United States government was arresting and deporting illegal aliens because they were poor.

This is not Omar's first time making calls for radical moves that would make the United States weaker.

In February, Omar called for the elimination of the entire Department of Homeland Security (DHS) which is the national security apparatus that is largely responsible for protecting the United States. DHS was created after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, which resulted in the deaths of thousands of Americans.

"When Democrats stood our ground last month, we proved that Individual 1 does not have the public support to ram his hateful wall through Congress," Omar tweeted. "Let’s stand firm: #Not1Dollar for DHS."

Last month, socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) joined Omar and called for the eliminating DHS.

"ICE is not under DOJ, it's under the Department of Homeland Security and so we have now —" Ocasio-Cortez said in an interview.

"Would you get rid of Homeland Security too?" Ocasio-Cortez was asked.

"I think so," Ocasio-Cortez responded. "I think so."

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 31 August 2019 at 21:20
^ The United Nations is all you bloody need! They are the bastards that ruined everything here!

:- Made us give Abos rights to be a “protected species”, let them have a free for all by robbing tax payers.

Judges pulling out Boong rule books just for them. They made us have this African problem we have now.

When we set up refugee detention camps they come over and boss us around!

They DO undermine a nation’s policy. Just a bunch of crap nations bossing the better ones around!

Australia signed all these treaties with them to “show pony” around we are a “civilised nation”.

Well we are becoming a “free for all” and we are “de- evolving” because of their policies and B/S political correctness.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 29 September 2019 at 00:00
Now we're not even allowed to call the illegal muds what they are, since everything a White Person says that a nigger or mud race doesn't agree with is hate speech. So here's another law on the books to punish Whites and allow illegal mud races undeserved protection by our jewish occupied government.


City bans calling someone an ‘illegal alien’ out of hate

By Rich Calder, Julia Marsh and Aaron Feis
September 26, 2019 | 6:55pm

It’s now against the law in New York City to threaten someone with a call to immigration authorities or refer to them as an “illegal alien” when motivated by hate.

The restrictions — violations of which are punishable by fines of up to $250,000 per offense — are outlined in a 29-page directive released by City Hall’s Commission on Human Rights.

“‘Alien’ — used in many laws to refer to a ‘noncitizen’ person — is a term that may carry negative connotations and dehumanize immigrants, marking them as ‘other,'” reads one passage of the memo. “The use of certain language, including ‘illegal alien’ and ‘illegals,’ with the intent to demean, humiliate, or offend a person or persons constitutes discrimination.”

The directive goes on to list several examples of acts and comments that would run afoul of the restrictions, including harassing people over their accents or grasp of English, or wielding the threat of a call to Immigration and Customs Enforcement as a tool of hate.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 03 October 2019 at 16:50
This mud can say this with little to no backlash,  but if a White said the same thing about any other race we'd be bombarded with the "evil White supremacists" narrative from the propaganda media. I'm so sick of the double standards


Rashida Tlaib, in contentious tour, tells Detroit police chief to hire only black analysts for facial recognition program

By Ronn Blitzer | Fox News

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., has never been afraid to voice her opinion. From her calls to shut down U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to her push to impeach President Trump, take a look back at her most controversial statements over the past two years.

Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib told Detroit’s chief of police that he should hire only black people as analysts to run their facial recognition software because, she claimed, non-black people think they all look alike.

The suggestion came Monday as Chief James Craig gave Tlaib a tour of the Real Time Crime Center, where the department uses facial recognition technology to find suspects. Craig was showing Tlaib how the software works, and how analysts use it to identify and locate individuals. But the tour quickly turned contentious as the freshman Michigan congresswoman made repeated requests that were shot down by the chief.

“Analysts need to be African-Americans, not people that are not,” Tlaib said. “It’s true, I think non-African-Americans think African-Americans all look the same!” She said she has witnessed people confuse Reps. John Lewis, D-Ga., and Elijah Cummings, D-Md., who both are black and bald.

Craig, who is black, did not go for Tlaib’s suggestion.

“I trust people who are trained, regardless of race, regardless of gender,” he responded.

This came after Tlaib claimed that “the error rate among African-Americans, especially women,” was 60 percent.

“I understand the technology real well,” Craig said. He showed Tlaib how his analysts examine the software’s results before making determinations.

“See if you can get some of our money back until they fix it,” Tlaib said, to which Craig simply replied, “No.”

When asked if defendants were prosecuted solely based on facial recognition results, Craig said they were not.

The tour, which was recorded and then posted by a reporter with The Detroit News, got off to a rocky start when Tlaib asked the reporter, “Are you facial recognizing me right now? I’m sorry who are you and why are you videotaping me?”

Afterward, the Detroit News reporter followed up on Tlaib’s assertion that only black people should be hired to use the facial recognition software.

“Are you saying white people are not qualified to --,” he said, before Tlaib cut him off.

“No, I think there’s actually been studies out that it’s hard for, you know, like African-Americans would identify African-Americans, similar, Latino same thing,” she said.

When asked if that would mean African-Americans should not be allowed to identify white people, Tlaib said, “Look it up,” and walked away.

The Detroit Police Department extended the invitation to Tlaib in August, after she described facial recognition technology as “bulls---.”

Craig made headlines in 2015 after he said more citizens should be armed. While in the past he supported increased restrictions on weapons and ammunition, his position changed after visiting Maine and Los Angeles, where permits for carrying concealed weapons are easier to acquire.

“I changed my orientation real quick,” Craig said. “Maine is one of the safest places in America. Clearly, suspects knew that good Americans were armed.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 04 October 2019 at 04:12
Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib told Detroit’s chief of police that he should hire only black people as analysts to run their facial recognition software because, she claimed, non-black people think they all look alike.

If she'd said that in Australia outside parliament AND she was White, she would've been sacked from the party, charged under racial anti-vilification laws and then thrown out of parliament. If she was White and had said it in parliament, then parliamentary privilege would have protected her from criminal charges, but she still would have been thrown out of the party. Of course it was a mud, so the treatment here is the same as the treatment there ... Black Privilege.

Addressing what it said instead of the tone of the anti-White rant: Of course we Whites are RACIST! We would have described George Zimmerman as a Wetback instead of a murderous White Supremacist.


How many innocent White folk died because Niggers, Jews and Libtards all falsely claimed Zimmerman was White?

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 06 October 2019 at 14:22

AOC pushes national rent control, welfare for illegal immigrants in latest massive proposal

By Adam Shaw

AOC pushes national rent control, welfare for illegal immigrants in latest massive proposal

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., is promoting a new package of left-wing economic policies, including national rent control and expanding welfare to illegal immigrants across the country, as part of a massive new proposal aiming to achieve a “just society.”

The freshman lawmaker, who champions the multi-trillion-dollar Green New Dealproposal to combat economic inequality and climate change, has now proposed a package of bills aimed at solving perceived economic injustice.

“A just society provides a living wage, safe working conditions, and healthcare. A just society acknowledges the value of immigrants to our communities. A just society guarantees safe, comfortable, and affordable housing,” the website for the package says. “By strengthening our social and economic foundations, we are preparing ourselves to embark on the journey to save our planet by rebuilding our economy and cultivate a just society.”

That “Just Society” proposals are made up of six different pieces of legislation that deal with issues including housing, welfare, poverty and human rights.

“The Place to Prosper Act” would prevent year-over-year rent increases of more than three percent. Meanwhile, “The Embrace Act” would allow illegal immigrants to claim the same welfare benefits as U.S. citizens and those immigrants here legally,

“Notwithstanding any other provision of law ... an individual who is an alien (without regard to the immigration status of that alien) may not be denied any Federal public benefit solely on the basis of the individual’s immigration status,” the bill reads.

A federal public benefit is defined as: “any grant, contract, loan, professional license, or commercial license provided by an agency of the United States or by appropriated funds of the United States; and...any retirement, welfare, health, disability, public or assisted housing, postsecondary education, food assistance, unemployment benefit, or any other similar benefit for which payments or assistance are provided to an individual, household, or family eligibility unit by an agency of the United States or by appropriated funds of the United States.”

A similar bill “The Mercy in Re-entry Act”uses similar language to stop the granting of public benefits based on whether a person was convicted of a criminal offense.

Still another bill, "The Recognizing Poverty Act," would direct the Department of Health and Human Services to update the federal poverty level by taking into account “geographic cost variation, costs related to health insurance, work expenses for the family, child care needs, and new necessities, like internet access.” Another bill would urge the U.S. to ratify the U.N.’s Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.

It is unclear how such a radical package would go down in the Democrat-controlled House, while it would almost certainly be dead on arrival in the Republican-controlled Senate. However, it could still prove to have a significant influence on U.S. politics.

Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal was initially treated as something of an oddity by both conservatives and some Democrats. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., dismissed it as the "Green dream or whatever they call it."

But now a form of a Green New Deal is embraced by many 2020 Democrats on the campaign trail, although a test vote in the Senate on the measure failed during the summer. Other left-wing proposals such as "Medicare-for-all" and providing healthcare for illegal immigrants have also been adopted by some of those vying for the White House.

“I think the conversation that the Green New Deal sparked — like if I had to decide would I rather have the resolution passed or would I have rather preferred we start a national conversation about the urgency of the climate crisis — I would have chosen the latter every single time,” Ocasio-Cortez told NPR last month.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 06 October 2019 at 20:31
America is”We the people” ! Not “We the people outside our boarders”!

Sounds horrid! Turning into a “free for all” that the libtards think is a “just society”. Let’s see your taxes ascend due to the freeloaders?
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 13 October 2019 at 12:57
Another law to disarm us and try to make us easier to control. Luckily only a handful states are pushing these laws for now, but our enemies are working hard to implement these types of gun laws nationwide.


California adopts nation's broadest gun seizure laws

By Melissa Leon | Fox News

California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsomsigned 15 gun-related bills into law Friday, tightening the state's already-stringent Second Amendment restrictions.

One of the bills, which expands a so-called "red flag" law to allow co-workers, employers and educators to seek gun violence restraining orders against firearms owners they fear are a danger to themselves and others, was vetoed twice by Newsom's predecessor, Jerry Brown.

Newsom also signed a companion bill allowing the gun violence restraining orders to last one and five years, although the gun owners could petition to end those restrictions earlier. The bill also allows judges to issue search warrants at the same time as they grant the orders. The warrants can be used immediately if the gun owners are served with the relinquishment orders but fail to turn over the firearms or ammunition.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 14 October 2019 at 00:58
That's basically a version of the same law in Australia. To obtain a firearms licence in Australia, you must be of good merit. If you already have a firearms licence and the police determine that you are a Nazi - perhaps due to something innocuous you wrote in jest on Facebook - they can and will rock up to your home and confiscate all items deemed to be weapons or to appear to look or be able to be used as weapons.

Muslims who are on the anti-terrorist watch list are left alone with their weapons, because it would be a RACIST! violation of their rights, to single them out for gun confiscation based on their religion, their associates, and their vocal enmity of White Australia.

Taking guns away from Jews? Don't be anti-Semitic!

Only White people can be racist - and all racists are Domestic Terrorists. So says the US Federal Government.

It looks like California has gone the same way.

"Red Flag" Law? It's real name is "The Cohen Law." As predicted in 1979's The Turner Diaries by Dr Pierce.

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 19 October 2019 at 13:58

California governor pardons 3 convicted immigrants to help block deportations

By Danielle Wallace | Fox News

California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Friday he’s pardoning three immigrants who've been convicted of crimes as part of an effort to protect them from deportation to their home countries.

The three men -- originally from El Salvador, Iran and Cambodia --- broke the law as teens or young adults, served their sentences and have taken steps to rehabilitate themselves, the governor’s office said.

But Newsom’s pardons do not completely shield the men from deportation. The move instead erases the mens' criminal records to prevent past offenses from being considered in their deportation cases. All three men live in Los Angeles County and were brought to the U.S. legally as children, the governor’s office said.

“The Governor regards clemency as an important part of the criminal justice system that can incentivize accountability and rehabilitation, increase public safety by removing counterproductive barriers to successful reentry, and correct unjust results in the legal system,” a news release said.

The governor, a Democrat, pardoned 38-year old Victor Ayala, who in 2001 at age 21 was convicted of felony robbery and sentenced to probation for pushing a security guard while shoplifting from an electronics store, The Sacramento Bee reported. He also had four prior misdemeanor convictions for theft and a hit-and-run in which no one suffered injuries, Los Angeles' KTLA-TV reported.

According to the governor’s office, Ayala’s parents brought him legally into the U.S. from El Salvador when he was 2. He is now a father of three who owns a carpet-cleaning business.

Newsom also pardoned 41-year-old Thear Seam, who at age 18 was convicted of robbing a man’s wallet and backpack. He was convicted as an accessory the next year after leading police on a high-speed chase while helping another man, a car thief whole stole a separate vehicle, evade arrest, KTLA reported.

Seam entered the U.S. legally as a 4-year-old refugee fleeing Cambodia from the Khmer Rouge. His wife and daughter are both U.S. citizens and he’s worked for 17 years at an aviation company.

The third immigrant to be pardoned was Arnou Aghamalian, 42, who as a 22-year-old in 1999 was convicted of helping his cousin set a nightclub owner’s unoccupied car on fire after a dispute. Newson’s office said Aghamalian entered the U.S. with his family at age 15 as a refugee from Iran. He and his wife are the parents to newborns twins. He now owns a solar energy company.

In addition to pardoning the three immigrants, Newsom pardoned a fourth man, 59-year-old Curtis Reynolds of Sacramento Country, who was convicted of six drug felonies including possession for sale between 1998 and 2003, The Bee reported. Newsom said since his convictions, Reynolds has dedicated his life to volunteering to help those struggling with addiction.

Newsom also commuted the sentences for two men previously facing life in prison. Esdvin Flores, 44, has served 20 years behind bars for robbing a woman at gunpoint at age 23. Jensen Ramos, 35, has served 17 years for attempted murder after firing at a car fleeing a brawl at a house party when he was 17. The governor’s office said both men have taken steps to rehabilitate themselves from behind bars. The commutations make both eligible to enter into parole hearings.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 06 November 2019 at 00:04
How stupid can this mud be? It's "job" in Congress is to make laws, not encouraging the breaking of laws.


Watch: Leftist Anarchy in NYC As Hundreds Break the Law With the Blessing of AOC

Posted at 10:30 am on November 04, 2019
by Nick Arama

As we go into 2020, people are considering for whom to cast their votes.

When you get right down to it, it’s about are you more for advancing the move toward socialism and the upending of the rule of law that Democrats and the left offer or for defeating that as much as possible and voting for a strong America?

Leftists showed another example of where they’d like to take us in NYC this week.

Some people in NYC were disturbed by two events involving the police and citizens which had been widely misreported. One incident involved a 19-year-old black man who was taken down by police on a subway train because of a report he had a gun. Witnesses said they had seen him with a gun before he fled into the subway. Reports indicated he was also wanted for a past larceny. The second incident involved a 15-year-old black teen who was allegedly punched by a police officer during a scuffle on a subway platform. Both stories were portrayed as the actions being taken because the people had evaded the subway fare when there appears to have been more to the stories. People were also upset over a proposed crackdown on fare evaders with more cops in the subway.

These events prompted leftist marches in Brooklyn on Friday and Saturday. Now, regardless of the facts of the case (because the left never actually cares about the actual facts), the leftist protests went far beyond simply protesting police brutality.

They called for the disarming and the elimination of the NYPD, eliminating arrests for evading the subway fare, as well as eliminating the subway fare altogether. And they encouraged harassment and violence against the police.

Protesters blocked traffic and chanted, “F*ck the police” and “NYPD has got to go.” They carried banners that called cops pigs and another huge banner which urged people to “punch a cop” and “hit ’em.” One person was arrested for writing “pigs” on a cop car, another for spitting on a cop. The subway was also vandalized with anarchy signs and anti-police curses. People also surrounded and vandalized an MTA bus which a passenger said was “scary.”

The SBA (Sergeants Benevolent Association) blamed the failure of Mayor Bill de Blasio to support the police and the rule of law.

And what was the reaction of Democrats to this?

The person the DNC chair called the “future of the Democratic Party,” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) endorsed the anti-cop protesters jumping the turnstiles, tweeting this video.

From Fox News:

“Ending mass incarceration means challenging a system that jails the poor to free the rich,” the left-wing freshman congresswoman tweeted, retweeting a video of protesters jumping subway turnstiles in Brooklyn Friday night.

In the video, protesters are shown helping each other jump turnstiles without paying the fare, while others are holding signs with slogans like “No cops, no fares.” One straphanger who did choose to pay the fare can be heard being yelled at by a protester.

“How do you spell racist? N-Y-P-D,” protesters in the video chant. But the anti-cop chants heard in the video didn’t prevent Ocasio-Cortez from lending her support to their actions.

“Arresting people who can’t afford a $2.75 fare makes no-one safer and destabilizes our community,” she said. “New Yorkers know that, they’re not having it and they’re standing up for each other.”

Thanks for endorsing law-breaking and chaos. Not to mention how to further bankrupt the system. The MTA lost $215 million due to evading fares last year. Guess what happens then? Services to people get cut including to people who actually pay because of people unwilling to pay.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 22 November 2019 at 13:14
I haven't really cared one way or the other on the impeachment inquiry of kike lover Trump but I did find this statement interesting.


Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 06 December 2019 at 01:17
I understand each state have their own power and state laws, but they are part of the United States and suppose to be under federal law. So my conclusion which should also be everyone else's is:

For all these states to allow these illegal mud races to be released and call themselves sanctuary states the federal government must also approve of it.


ICE official blasts NY authorities for releasing twice-deported suspect facing manslaughter charge

By Julia Musto | Fox News.

A New York Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) official said Wednesday that sanctuary city policies make criminals feel more comfortable.

Appearing on "Fox & Friends First" with host Rob Schmitt, New York Field Office Director Thomas Decker said, "if you were a criminal coming to the United States illegally you would go to a sanctuary city."

Last week, ICE arrested 32-year-old illegal immigrant Feliciano Perez-Bautista in White Plains, New York. Perez-Bautista is a Mexicannational who was arrested by the Yonkers Police Department in July after facing charges of manslaughter and gang assault. He had been previously deported twice --in May 2013 and September 2014. He is now in ICE custody, awaiting his third deportation.

According to the Epoch Times, ICE lodged multiple detainers with Yonkers and Westchester police departments, but the requests were disregarded and Perez-Bautista was released under the county's Immigrant Protection Act. Federal authorities were reportedly not notified.

In a statement, Yonkers Police Department spokesman Dean Politopoulos said, "Perez-Bautista was in Yonkers Police custody from the time of his arrest on the 11th to the time of his arraignment on the 12th...Subsequent to his arraignment, the court and corrections has jurisdiction over his physical custody."

Under federal law, ICE has the authority to lodge immigration detainers with law enforcement partners who have custody of individuals arrested on criminal charges and who ICE has probable cause to believe are removable aliens. The detainer asks other law enforcement to notify the agency in advance of release and to maintain custody of the individual for a brief period of time prior to their release into ICE custody.

Decker explained that Westchester County administration and politicians passed the Immigrant Protection Act a more than a year ago, which "basically put a stop to releasing an honoring detainers."

The measure prevents the county from using any of its resources to assist in federal investigations based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, or national origin.

Decker told Schmitt that county law enforcement is using the law to ignore ICE's detainer requests "by saying they can't meet it because of a judicial warrant."

"Which judicial judges can't issue because it's a civil violation," he added.

"What happens is that you have individual subjects -- who've been arrested by the police and they should be removed from the country -- be released back into the community," said Decker. "So, what that tells other immigrants or citizens of the community is that all of a sudden, if you go and be a witness -- you know, if you're a victim -- going to the police that person's going to be released right back into the community."

According to the New York Daily News, from July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019 the NYPD has accepted none of the 2,916 detainer requests submitted by ICE. Decker noted that was about 56 people released per week, which is 183 percent higher than just two years before.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 06 December 2019 at 02:43
I understand each state have their own power and state laws, but they are part of the United States and suppose to be under federal law. So my conclusion which should also be everyone else's is:

For all these states to allow these illegal mud races to be released and call themselves sanctuary states the federal government must also approve of it.

You are 100% correct, brother.

Australia and America are much the same regarding state vs federal laws. The states have the independent right to make up their own laws, providing they comply with the federal constitution, bill of rights and related federal laws. Federal laws supersede state laws in all matters. The federal authority maintains the right to act with complete disregard to state laws. If federal authority does not to comply with federal law and instead accepts state law, it is because the authority chooses to do so. The question then comes down to, who is at the top of the food chain?

In the USA, that's the POTUS and the Federal Attorney General along with the federal judges. In Australia, it's the Prime Minister and Federal Attorney General alone.

Forget the Senate and the House of Representatives. They are there to debate the enacting of new laws and the dismissal of old laws. It has been the same since the days of the ancient Roman Republic. Responsibility for upholding the law lies within the prerogative of the President of the US and the Prime Minister of Australia. If they want something done, it will be done; if they want something left undone, then that's the way it will be.

US Trump pays lip-service to being tough on crime and illegal entry to the US - the same as the Australian Prime Minister. Meanwhile, both are overseeing the activation of new anti-White laws, along with the mass importation of a third-world slave population with the goal of replacing White Australians and White Americans completely by 2060 at the latest. Even worse than that: Neither country has the economic resources, the natural resources or the infrastructure to support their current population, and things are only going to get worse.

... But that's what Trump and his Australian counterpart want. Cheap third-world labour living and breeding like rats.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 13 December 2019 at 13:13
Absolutely Ridiculous. The anti-White agenda is so strong that even when niggers commit violence and crime our enemies still try to accuse the White Race. The propaganda media "acts" like they're confused to why this tweet was generated. We know why, this muslim c*nt was trying to trick the ignorant.


Rashida Tlaib deletes tweet blaming 'white supremacy' for Jersey City shooting

By Sam Dorman | Fox News

Jersey City shooters may be linked to radical Black Hebrew Israelite movement

The two shooters identified in the deadly kosher deli shootout were religious fanatics, according to neighbors; Bryan Llenas reports from the scene.

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., received a flurry of attention on Thursday after she tweeted that "white supremacy" was behind the Jersey City shooting that left multiple people dead.

"This is heartbreaking. White supremacy kills," Tlaib said in the since-deleted message that linked to a tweet by progressive Jewish group IfNotNow that memorialized the victims of Tuesday's shooting at a kosher supermarket.

According to the New York Times, one of the suspects had a connection to the Black Hebrew Israelites, many of whom subscribe to an extreme set of anti-Semitic beliefs. Those followers view themselves as the true “chosen people” and believe that blacks, Hispanics and Native Americans are the true descendants of the 12 Tribes of Israel, said Oren Segal, director of the Anti-Defamation League's Center on Extremism.

New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal said Thursday that assailants David Anderson and Francine Graham had expressed interest in the Black Hebrew Israelites, but added that investigators "have not definitively established any formal links to that organization or to any other group."

Many Twitter users poked fun at Tlaib's error.

It's unclear what prompted Tlaib's error. Her office didn't immediately respond to a request for comment but eventually pointed Fox News to a previous tweet in which she lamented the shooting.

Shocked Jersey City struggles with day of violence after shooting left police officer, 5 others dead

Security cameras show that the shooters targeted the Kosher grocery store on MLK Drive, Jersey City's mayor said.

Tuesday's mass shooting was the latest attack on the Jewish community in the United States. Democrats like Tlaib have frequently blamed mass shootings like those on white nationalist ideology and white supremacist groups.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 13 December 2019 at 22:19
Claiming that Black crimes are actually "White Supremacist" crimes is new for 2019, but it does have a long history ....

For decades now, when a victim is Black, Muslim, Jewish or a Poofter, the MSM media has been White-Washing Black perps. The most obvious example is the Zimmerman/Trayvon case where a Black criminal (Trayvon) that was killed while attacking a Mestizo with a Jewish name and family origins in South America was and still is treated as an act of White Supremacy by the White Supremacist Zimmerman, whom the MSM deliberately White-Washed for publication. Some MSM realised they were caught out with their lie, so they backtracked a bit and declared Zimmerman to be a White Skinned Hispanic. Zimmerman has distinctly BROWN SKIN.

Shortly after the Zimmerman lie, another was released by the MSM declaring a drive-by shooting where a few Blacks died to be the work of White Supremacists. There were two shooters in that case: One was Black and the other was mixed race, but clearly a Black Mulatto. The MSM did not publish pictures of the obvious dark skinned perp, and only showed doctored/White-Washed pictures of the Mulatto. That one was so obvious, that it lasted only a week in the global MSM headlines - just enough to add to the dialogue of anti-White hatred while avoiding the expected backlash of WTF?

2019 however is different: That is the year that MSM declared that whenever a Person of Color commits a crime against another Person of Color, it is a White Supremacist crime caused by the perps' conditioning by a White Supremacist society.

Why? Because that's how Black Privilege/Jewish Privilege/Muslim Privilege/LBGXYZ Privilege/PC Privilege works. In their world, the politically correct are always the victim ... so they Blame Whitey.

No wonder the mentally unstable Lone Wolf types take up the gun and massacre non-Whites. After all, what are they going to do, join us? Not a chance ... because they believe what the MSM tell them: That we are Neo Nazis that must be avoided at all cost. Nah, it's better - these loonies say - to massacre a hundred non-Whites than to ever be labelled a "Nazi."


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Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 13 December 2019 at 23:43
Blacks who think they are Jews?

How can you tell how many Niggers live in your street?

Roll a coin down the road , count the hands comming out of the drains and subtract one to account for the Jew who winds up with the coin

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 16 December 2019 at 01:36
This is a perfect example of how a White can cater to these niggers and jews all their life, as race traitor Trump has; and as a White person you will always remain their enemy.


Democratic rep claims President Trump must be impeached 'to deal with slavery'

The constitutional amendment abolishing slavery was ratified in 1865

Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) claimed in an interview Saturday that President Donald Trump must be impeached "to deal with slavery" — despite the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery, being ratified in 1865.

Green, whose articles of impeachment were overwhelmingly rejected by the House, was asked on MSNBC what the outcome of the impeachment proceedings will be "if more evidence is revealed."

In response, Green invoked America's "original sin."

"I believe that the American people understand that this is something that we must do at this point," Green said. "I also think that if we don't include some of the things that are important to people of color then I think that our business won't be finished with."

"I do believe, ma'am, that we have to deal with the original sin," Green continued. "We have to deal with slavery. Slavery was the thing that put all of what President Trump has done lately into motion. It's insidious ... racism. The president has played on racism and he's used that as a weapon to galvanize a base of support to mobilize people."

"We cannot overlook what happened when he came down the escalator and just demeaned people of color when he talked about the s-hole countries," Green went on to say. "He has found a way to use ugly words to his benefit and to the detriment of the people who are the object of his words. Emily Dickinson said, 'A word is dead when it is said, some say, I say, it just begins to live that day. His words take on life and meaning, and they hurt, and I know the people who are being hurt, and I came to Congress to represent them, and I cannot let it go."

"So, I appreciate whatever we will do, but until we deal with the issue of invidious discrimination as a relates to LGBTQ community, the anti-Semitism, the racism, the Islamophobia, the transphobia, and also the misogyny that he has exemplified, I don't think our work is done," Green said.

Green has previously said the House should impeach Trump multiple times if the Senate does not convict him, thereby removing him from office
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 25 December 2019 at 20:34

Colorado Governor Pardons Undocumented Mom Who Sought Sanctuary At Churches


Colorado Gov. Jared Polis granted pardons to five people on Monday, including a mom-of-three who has spent years seeking sanctuary in local churches to avoid deportation.

Ingrid Encalada Latorre, an undocumented immigrant from Peru who arrived in the U.S. in 2000 at the age of 17, had been living in fear of deportation since being convicted of a felony in 2010 for using a false Social Security number to gain employment.

“I’m so happy,” Latorre told supporters on Monday at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder, where she’s taken refuge since 2017.

“All I wanted was to go home to be with my family and be with my children and now we’ve made it, we’ve triumphed ― but the fight continues,” she added, according to the Boulder Daily Camera.

Polis, a Democrat, said that while he didn’t have the authority to change Latorre’s immigration status, he hoped his full and unconditional pardon for the felony conviction would help her gain legal status in the U.S.

“Since your conviction, you completed your probation and paid restitution and taxes,” Polis wrote in a letter to Latorre explaining the pardon, the Colorado Sun reported. “You are a dedicated and caring mother to your three children. You are working to educate others on legal ways to obtain employment and the consequences of using false documents.”

“Not everyone earns the privilege of a second chance,” Polis added. “But you have demonstrated that you deserve one. I hope you will make the most of this opportunity and treat your obligations seriously. It will require hard work and dedication to stay on the right path.”

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials have not said how the governor’s pardon will affect deportation proceedings against Latorre, CNN noted. 

She said she intends to continue living at the Boulder church until she knows for certain that ICE will not attempt to detain her if she leaves. 

“I want to make sure I have all of my T’s crossed and I’s dotted and make sure that I follow the process correctly,” Latorre told the Daily Camera. “But I am looking forward to going home one day soon.”

According to the paper, a “small army” of volunteers from several churches in the Boulder area help Latorre with daily tasks, like grocery shopping and taking her kids ― who live nearby with her husband ― to school. 

“I think I’d rather not even call them volunteers and just call them friends,” Latorre told the Boulder Weekly last year of her support team. “Because they are always here for me.”

Polis also pardoned four men who’d pleaded guilty in drug cases: Eric Edelstein John Furniss, Brandon Burke and Jamie Matthews. 

“Clemencies are a tremendous responsibility given to a governor that can change a person’s life,” Polis said in a statement. “These decisions were not taken lightly and were made after careful consideration of each individual case. These are people looking for a second chance and the opportunity to move beyond the mistakes from their past. They have taken important steps to turn their lives around and shown remorse for their actions.”
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 12 January 2020 at 14:08
Basically a law to eliminate any White space. According to these enemies in our government, White won't be able to make their own safe White areas or retreat when the niggers and muds move into an area to destroy what they have built and developed. This is just another openly f*ck Whites proposal/law.


Non-White Democrats in Virginia Seek to Outlaw White Flight and Creation of White Suburbs

Paul Kersey • December 25, 2019

In a society governed by extreme egalitarianism, freedom of association is but a pipe-dream. Our elite, and those elected to govern and dictate our lives, utilize diversity and multiculturalism (non-white legal immigration/refugees) as a weapon to bludgeon whats left of the Historic America Nation.

And now, non-white Democrats have declared war on the white suburbs. [Democrats Seek To Outlaw Suburban, Single-Family House Zoning, Calling It Racist And Bad For The Environment, Daily Caller, December 23, 2019]:


Democrats in Virginia may override local zoning to bring high-density housing, including public housing, to every neighborhood statewide — whether residents want it or not.

The measure could quickly transform the suburban lifestyle enjoyed by millions, permitting duplexes to be built on suburban lots in neighborhoods previously consisting of quiet streets and open green spaces. Proponents of “upzoning” say the changes are necessary because suburbs are bastions of segregation and elitism, as well as bad for the environment.

The move, which aims to provide “affordable housing,” might be fiercely opposed by local officials throughout the state, who have deliberately created and preserved neighborhoods with particular character — some dense and walkable, others semi-rural and private — to accommodate people’s various preferences.

But Democrats tout a state-level law’s ability to replace “not in my backyard” with “yes, in your backyard.”

House Delegate Ibraheem Samirah, a Democrat, introduced six housing measures Dec. 19, coinciding with Democrats’ takeover of the state legislature in November.

“Single-family housing zones would become two-zoned,” Samirah told the Daily Caller News Foundation. “Areas that would be impacted most would be the suburbs that have not done their part in helping out.”

“The real issues are the areas in between very dense areas which are single-family zoned. Those are the areas that the state is having significant trouble dealing with. They’re living in a bubble,” he said.

He said suburbs were “mostly white and wealthy” and that their local officials — who have historically been in charge of zoning — were ignoring the desires of poor people, who did not have time to lobby them to increase suburban density.

In response to a question about whether people who bought homes in spacious suburbs have valid reasons, not based on discrimination, for preferring to live that way — including a love for nature and desire to preserve woods and streams — he said: “Caring about nature is very important, but the more dense a neighborhood is, the more energy efficient it is.”

He said if local officials seek to change requirements like setbacks to make it impossible to build dense housing in areas zoned to preserve a nature feel, “if they make setbacks to block duplexes, there’d have to be a lawsuit to resolve whether those zoning provisions were necessary.”

It quoted Alex Baca, a Washington, D.C., urbanist with the site Greater Greater Washington, saying that single-family zoning is a tool for wealthy whites to maintain segregated neighborhoods and that the abolition of low-density neighborhoods is necessary for equity.

CityLab acknowledged that “residents might reasonably desire to keep the neighborhoods they love the way they are,” but said that implementing the law at the state level makes sure that those concerns can be more easily ignored.

“By preempting the ability of local governments to set their own restrictive zoning policies, the state policy would circumnavigate the complaints of local NIMBY homeowners who want to block denser housing,” it wrote.

The restoration of restrictive covenants would bring back sanity to the USA overnight (which is why the NAACP spent 30+ years waging legal war on them, culminating in Shelley vs. Kraemer decision in 1948), but this would require individual white people to admit they have collective interests worth fighting for and defending. We once did this, in a nation long forgotten: it was called the United States of America.


Black Students Demand Segregated Spaces from White Students ...
Black college students across the country have demanded that they be segregated from White peers, calling for "safe spaces" on campuses meant only for so-called students of color. Black students allege their campuses are oppressive, discriminatory, and represent institutionalized racism. At UCLA, the Afrikan Student Union is insisting upon an “Afrikan Diaspora floor” as well as an “Afro-house.”

Ethnic Minorities Deserve Safe Spaces Without White People ...
Last week The Ryersonian reported on an incident that involved students who were turned away from an event because they are White. This group and these sort of events allow people of colour to lay bare their experiences and to collectively combat this societal ailment. These spaces are rare places in the world not controlled by White individuals who have power, who have White privilege. These spaces, which are forums where minority groups are protected from mainstream stereotypes and marginalization, are crucial to resistance of oppression and we, as a school and as a society, need to respect them.

More with Duck Search: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=safe+zone+away+from+whites

Libtard questions segregation against Whites
Admin Note (https://creativityalliance.com/forum/index.php?action=staff): Whites are banned from Aboriginal areas in Australian Universities

(North East Australia) Queensland University of Technology Segregates White Students - Maintains Special Learning Facilities for Blacks - White Students Not Permitted

Abo woman who accuses university students in Queensland of racial hatred (because they walked into an Abo only area) under the Racial Discrim­in­ation Act is taking her costly legal fight for $250,000 in damag­es to Facebook’s corporate headquarters in Ireland

Note that the mainstream media and the Left-Wing institutionalised education system completely denounce this as either RACIST or a HOAX - and commonly as a RACIST HOAX! While the attitude of the education system and mainstream media maintain their decades old anti-White All-White-people-are-Racist mantra, the overwhelming support for the White Student Unions from the average person commenting on the article shows that the work we Creators have been doing is being noticed. People may be too cowardly to stand up and join with us, but they are at least sitting up and letting it be known that they are aware.

Behind the ‘white student unions’ springing up at Australian universities

Australia | December 2, 2015

The following article shows that no matter how liberal, how anti-racist you claim to be, when it comes down to it, you are WHITE and you are automatically guilty of anything and everything of which any darky, Semite or slant-eyes may accuse you.

Harden the f*ck up! Get active and fight back, or castrate and remove yourself from the gene pool - or better yet, hang yourself and get out of our way. We are at war and we do not intend to lose.

Aut Vincere Aut Mori


Plight unmasks the injustice of 18C

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/plight-unmasks-the-injustice-of-18c/news-story/c996e4c63d49a13b0a2cc0192bbb7eba (https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0ahUKEwiL9LDO3qHQAhXGI5QKHUTFCekQqQIIHDAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.theaustralian.com.au%2Fnews%2Fnation%2Fplight-unmasks-the-injustice-of-18c%2Fnews-story%2Fc996e4c63d49a13b0a2cc0192bbb7eba&usg=AFQjCNFz1EYHbWZ6qBEVe9frPrvZcVT-KQ&sig2=8BYTnGQbUxDt0GQ_xhtECw)

Wood and his friends — who had visited QUT’s unsigned computer lab, called the Oodgeroo Unit, to access its unused computers for study — are white. They did not know that made the lab off-limits to them. Prior, who worked there in an administrative role, is indigenous. She asked their race and told them to leave because of their non-Aboriginality.

Findlater’s Facebook post that offended Prior, after her ejection of Wood, an engineering student, on May 28, 2013, stated: “My Student and Amenity fees are going to furbish rooms in the university where inequality reigns supreme? I believe if we have to pay to support these sorts of places, there should at least be more created for general purpose use, but again, how do these sorts of facilities support interaction­ and community within QUT? All this does is ­encourage separation and ­inequality.”

The post made Findlater a ­defendant, along with six other students, in Prior’s Federal Circuit Court proceedings in November last year with a claim for $250,000 in damages.

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 16 January 2020 at 01:18

Federal judge blocks Trump order allowing local governments to refuse refugees

The decision comes less than a week after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said his state would not accept new refugees, making it the first in the nation to do so.

Jan. 15, 2020, 11:34 AM CST / Updated Jan. 15, 2020, 5:56 PM CST
By Daniella Silva and Laura Strickler


A federal judge on Wednesday temporarily blocked a Trump administration order that allowed state and local governments to refuse the resettling of refugees, finding the policy likely “unlawful.”

U.S. District Judge Peter J. Messitte, of Maryland, ordered the preliminary injunction on the Trump administration’s executive order, which requires state and local governments to affirmatively consent to the receiving of refugees.

The decision comes less than a week after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said his state would not accept new refugees, making it the first in the nation to do so.

Messitte wrote in a 31-page decision that if the order were implemented, “many refugees may find themselves at least in limbo, denied services congressionally intended to help them effectively integrate into new homes.”

“Lest there be any doubt, giving State and Local Governments the power to consent to the resettlement of refugees — which is to say veto power to determine whether refugees will be received in their midst — flies in the face of clear Congressional intent,” he wrote.

Messitte wore that the court was persuaded that the plaintiffs in the case would likely be able to demonstrate the order was “arbitrary and capricious” as well as “inherently susceptible to hidden bias.”

The White House blasted the decision in a statement Wednesday as "preposterous" and an example of district courts "run amok."

"Another lawless district court has asserted its own preferred immigration policy in place of the laws of the United States," the statement said "And, in so doing, robbed millions of American citizens of their voice and their say in a vital issue directly affecting their communities."

The Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, which filed a challenge to the order in November along with two other refugee resettlement agencies, praised the judge’s decision.

"We're grateful to Judge Messitte for upholding the rule of law and ensuring that the United States remains a place of welcome for the world's most vulnerable," Krish O'Mara Vignarajah, president and CEO of the refugee service, said in a statement.

"This injunction provides critical relief," she said. "Those who have been waiting for years to reunite with their families and friends will no longer have to choose between their loved ones and the resettlement services that are so critical in their first months as new Americans."

Last week, Abbott wrote in a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that Texas “cannot consent to initial refugee resettlement” for fiscal year 2020.

Since fiscal year 2010, “more refugees have been received in Texas than in any other state,” he wrote.

The Department of Justice declined to comment and the Texas governor's office did not immediately respond to request for comment on the judge's decision.

Governors in 42 other states have said they will consent to allow more refugees, according to the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service.

On Monday, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson, a Republican, defended his decision to continue accepting refugees to a legislative committee after he was questioned by fellow GOP lawmakers.

“Each of you are leaders in your community. You've got a choice to make: You can create fear or you can help resolve fear," Hutchinson told lawmakers, according to The Associated Press. “I challenge you to help resolve fear, have the facts, and to talk about those."

Republican state Sen. Trent Garner, who had requested the meeting with the governor, told NBC News on Wednesday he was "disappointed" in the judge's decision.

"I am disappointed that a federal judge has taken this decision out of the hands of the citizens of Arkansas," he said in an email. "I appreciate President Trump’s leadership in giving local control back to the people so they could have a voice in this process. I hope that this will be overturned on appeal."

In September, Trump announced the U.S. would receive only 18,000 refugees in fiscal year 2020, a historic low since the program began in 1980.

The president also ordered that refugees would be resettled in jurisdictions where state and local governments consented to receive them.

“State and local governments are best positioned to know the resources and capacities they may or may not have available to devote to sustainable resettlement, which maximizes the likelihood refugees placed in the area will become self-sufficient and free from long-term dependence on public assistance,” Trump said in the executive order.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 18 January 2020 at 13:26
Rep. Ayanna Pressley, the american born nigger of the "Squad" takes time to show us that it's a hairless ape.


Rep. Ayanna Pressley reveals she has alopecia, debuts bald head

"My twists have become such a synonymous and a conflated part of not only my personal identity and how I show up in the world, but my political brand," she said.

Jan. 16, 2020, 5:26 PM CST
By Janelle Griffith

Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., disclosed Thursday that she has alopecia areata, a condition that results in the loss of hair on the scalp and elsewhere.

Pressley, who is known for sporting natural hairstyles, particularly Senegalese twists, also revealed her bald head for the first time in an interview with The Root.

Pressley said she has been bald only in the privacy of her home and in the company of close friends.

She said she experimented with different hairstyles, including weaves and wigs. (She nicknamed one wig "FLOTUS" because to her "it feels very Michelle Obama," and she calls another of her wigs "Trace," after the actress Tracee Ellis Ross.)

Senegalese twists started out as a transitional hairstyle, she said. And it became a statement.

"I was very aware that this hairstyle could be, would be, filtered and interpreted by some as a political statement that was militant," she said. "People said, 'People will think you're angry.' And I said, 'Well, they already think that.'"

Rep. Ayanna Pressley in a video posted on Jan. 16, 2020, announcing that she has gone bald due to alopecia.Courtesy of The Root / G/O Media via AP

Pressley said she was not prepared for the acceptance, community and affirmation that resulted from her wearing the twists, including letters of support from women from around the world.

A study published last year in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatologyfound racial disparities in alopecia areata in the United States, with African Americans experiencing it at a higher rate than other racial groups.

Pressley said she learned that she had bald patches last fall while she was getting her hair retwisted. Not long after, she said, she was waking up every morning to "sinks full of hair."

The hair loss presented new challenges as she tried to conceal her growing baldness while juggling her responsibilities on Capitol Hill, she said.

Pressley told The Root that she lost her final piece of hair at a pivotal time, both politically and personally: the night before the vote to impeach President Donald Trump in the House, which was also the anniversary of her mother's death.

"I was completely bald. And in a matter of hours, was going to have to walk into the floor [of] the House Chamber ... and cast a vote in support of articles of impeachment," she recalled. "And so I didn't have the luxury of mourning what felt like the loss of a limb. It was a moment of transformation, not of my choosing."

She said that she was missing her mother and that she was mourning the loss of her hair, the state of U.S. democracy and her mentor, Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., who died in October.

She wore a custom wig to the vote and said she left the floor as soon as she could to hide in a bathroom stall.

"I felt naked, exposed, vulnerable. I felt embarrassed. I felt ashamed. I felt betrayed," she said.

Feeling as though she was participating in a cultural betrayal, she immediately knew that she would go public when she was ready.

She said her husband reassured her that she did not owe her supporters an explanation and that "everything doesn't have to be political."

"The reality is that I'm black and I'm a black woman and I'm a black woman in politics and everything I do is political," she said. "I think you might overly intellectualize it and say it's just hair."

Pressley said she is very early in her alopecia journey but is making progress every day.


"And that's why I'm doing this today. It's about self-agency. It's about power. It's about acceptance," she said. "Right now on this journey, when I feel the most unlike myself is when I am wearing a wig. So I think that means I'm on my way."
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 20 January 2020 at 13:02

Virginia GOP Leader: 'White Supremacist Garbage' Isn't Welcome At Pro-Gun Rally


Virginia House Republican Leader Todd Gilbert said white supremacists and other extremists planning to attend a pro-gun rally in Richmond on Monday are “not welcome” as tensions mount ahead of the controversial event.

Thousands of activists are expected to descend upon the Virginia State Capitol for Lobby Day, a rally officially billed as a peaceful event to protest gun control measures pushed by the state’s Democratically-controlled legislature.

But the event has drawn interest and threats of violence from some far-right extremist groups, prompting Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) to declare a state of emergency and temporarily ban weapons on Capitol grounds.

“Lobby Day is a time for people to peacefully assemble and petition their government,” Gilbert said Saturday in a statement. “It is not a place for hate or violence.”

“Any group that comes to Richmond to spread white supremacist garbage, or any other form of hate, violence, or civil unrest isn’t welcome here,” he added.

Law enforcement agencies have uncovered credible threats of violence surrounding the rally, Northam said Wednesday.

“This includes extremist rhetoric similar to what has been seen before major incidents, such as Charlottesville in 2017,” he wrote in a statement, referring to the violent white supremacist rally in the state that left one counterprotester dead.

Authorities have arrested six suspected neo-Nazis who were potentially planning to commit violence at the rally on Monday. Several of them believed a race war might ensue, reported The New York Times, citing the FBI.

Gilbert said Virginia House Republicans “reject any attempt by any group to infuse any kind of twisted or extreme worldview” into the rally.

“So there’s no mistake, this is my message to any group that would subvert this event: you are not welcome here,” he said in his statement. “While we and our Democratic colleagues may have differences, we are all Virginians and we will stand united in opposition to any threats of violence or civil unrest from any quarter.”

Although Virginia lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have issued statements seeking to quell any potential acts of violence, President Donald Trump on Saturday stoked fears of Second Amendment rights activists who say Democrats are out to snatch away their guns.

“Your 2nd Amendment is under very serious attack in the Great Commonwealth of Virginia,” the president tweeted. “That’s what happens when you vote for Democrats, they will take your guns away.”

The three gun control measures facing approval in Virginia’s House of Delegates as early as next week seek to limit purchases of handguns to one each month, require universal background checks for gun buyers and allow the government to ban guns in parks and public buildings.

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 06 February 2020 at 13:02
The enemies in our governments that will reach into the past to promote or pander to niggers and muds, are the same people that work diligently to destroy our White history.  It absolutely infuriates me.


Civil rights icon Bayard Rustin posthumously pardoned by Gavin Newsom after conviction on outdated sodomy law


A human rights icon known as an architect of the civil rights movement was posthumously pardoned for his conviction under outdated laws punishing homosexual activity, California’s governor announced Wednesday.


Gov. Gavin Newsom pardoned Bayard Rustin for his conviction in 1953 after he was arrested for having sex with two men in a parked car in Pasadena. He was in town as part of a lecture tour on anticolonial struggles in West Africa.

He served 50 days in Los Angeles County jail and had to register as a sex offender before returning to his home state of New York. He died in 1987.

Rustin was a confidant of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and a key organizer of the March on Washington in 1963. He also helped plan other nonviolent protests and boycotts to end legalized racial discrimination.

Newsom noted that police and prosecutors nationwide at the time used charges like vagrancy, loitering and sodomy to punish lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) people.

He issued an executive order creating what he called a new clemency initiative to identify those who might be eligible for pardons and swiftly consider those applications. He encouraged Californians to apply for clemency for people they believe meet that criteria.

California’s governor announced Wednesday that he is posthumously pardoning a gay civil rights leader while creating a new pardon process for others convicted under outdated laws punishing homosexual activity.

“In California and across the country, many laws have been used as legal tools of oppression, and to stigmatize and punish LGBTQ people and communities and warn others what harm could await them for living authentically,” Newsom said in a statement.

He thanked those who pushed for Rustin’s pardon and encouraged others in similar circumstances “to seek a pardon to right this egregious wrong.”

Rustin was stripped of his leadership post at the Fellowship of Reconciliation, a pacifist organization involved in the civil rights movement, after U.S. Sen. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina read Rustin’s arrest file into the Congressional Record.

California repealed the law against consensual sex between same-sex adults in 1975, and in 1997 the state created a way for those individuals to be removed from the California Sex Offender Registry. But neither step changed the original convictions.

President Barack Obama honored Rustin posthumously with a Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in America, in 2013 for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and King’s famous “I Have a Dream”speech.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 07 February 2020 at 03:28
Although ISIS stands for Israeli Secret Intelligence Service, they treat their wounded, the airforce provides air cover for them,  the pentagon sends them arms in Syria, and Israel buys their stolen oil.... Other than those trivial facts they are exactly like White Nationalists.

I just picked up a local magazine and the State DA is also declaring war on uppity Whites who dare be proud to be White.  The FBI has also labelled us in the same category as ISIS.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 07 February 2020 at 07:04

The "New Way Forward Act"

 SECTION 1. Short title.

This Act may be cited as the “New Way Forward Act”.
TITLE I—End Mandatory Detention and Require Probable Cause for Arrest

SEC. 101. Phase-out of private for-profit detention facilities and use of jails.

(a) Secure detention facilities.—Beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Homeland Security may not enter into, or extend, any contract with any public or private for-profit entity that owns or operates a detention facility for use of that facility to detain aliens in the custody of the Department of Homeland Security, and shall terminate any such contract not later than the date that is 3 years after the date of the enactment of this Act. Beginning on the date that is 3 years after the date of the enactment of this Act, any facility at which aliens in the custody of the Department of Homeland Security are detained shall be owned and operated by the Department of Homeland Security.

(b) Non-Secure detention programs.—Beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Homeland Security may not enter into, or extend, any contract with any public or private for-profit entity that owns or operates a program or facility that provides for non-residential detention-related activities for aliens who are subject to monitoring by the Department of Homeland Security, and shall terminate any such contact not later than the date that is 3 years after the date of the enactment of this Act. Beginning on the date that is 3 years after the date of the enactment of this Act, any such program or facility shall be owned and operated by a nonprofit organization or by the Department of Homeland Security.

(c) Publication of plan.—Not later than 60 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall develop, and make publicly available, a plan and timeline for the implementation of this section.

SEC. 102. Procedures for detaining aliens.

(a) Custody and bond determinations.—Section 236 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1226) is amended—

(1) by striking subsections (a) through (c) and inserting the following:

“(a) Arrest, detention, and release.—

“(1) IN GENERAL.—On a warrant issued by an immigration judge, or pursuant to section 287(a)(2), the Secretary of Homeland Security may arrest an alien and, in accordance with this section, may, pending a decision on whether the alien is to be removed from the United States—

“(A) detain the alien; or

“(B) release the alien—

“(i) on bond;

“(ii) subject to conditions; or

“(iii) on the alien’s own recognizance.

“(2) EXCEPTION.—This section shall not apply to an unaccompanied alien child (as defined in section 462(g)(2) of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (6 U.S.C. 279(g)(2))). Such an alien shall be transferred to the custody of the Secretary of Health and Human Services pursuant to section 235(b)(3) of the William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008 (8 U.S.C. 1232(b)(3)).

“(b) Custody and bond determinations.—

“(1) INITIAL DETERMINATION.—Not later than 48 hours after taking an alien into custody, the Secretary of Homeland Security shall make an initial custody determination with regard to that alien, and provide that determination in writing to the alien. If the Secretary determines that the release without conditions of an alien will not reasonably assure the appearance of the alien as required or will endanger the safety of any other person or the community, the custody determination under this paragraph will impose the least restrictive conditions, as described in paragraph (4).

“(2) TIMING.—If an alien seeks to challenge the initial custody determination under paragraph (1), the alien shall be provided with the opportunity for a hearing before an immigration judge to determine whether the alien should be detained, which hearing shall occur not later than 72 hours after the initial custody determination, except that an immigration judge may grant a reasonable continuance upon the alien’s request for additional time to prepare for the hearing.

“(3) PRESUMPTION OF RELEASE.—In a hearing under this subsection, there shall be a rebuttable presumption that the alien should be released. The Government shall have the duty of rebutting this presumption by clear and convincing evidence based on credible and individualized information that establishes that the use of alternatives to detention will not reasonably assure the appearance of the alien at removal proceedings, or that the alien is a threat to another person or the community. The fact that an alien has a prior conviction or a criminal charge pending against the alien may not be the sole factor to justify the continued detention of the alien.

“(4) LEAST RESTRICTIVE CONDITIONS REQUIRED.—If an immigration judge determines pursuant to a hearing under this section that the release without conditions of an alien will not reasonably assure the appearance of the alien as required or will endanger the safety of any other person or the community, the immigration judge shall order the least restrictive conditions, or combination of conditions, that the judge determines will reasonably assure the appearance of the alien as required and the safety of any other person and the community, which may include secured or unsecured release on bond, or participation in a program described in subsection (i). Any conditions assigned to an alien pursuant to this paragraph shall be reviewed by the immigration judge on a monthly basis.

“(5) BOND DETERMINATION.—In the case that an immigration judge makes a determination to release an alien on bond under subsection (a)(1)(B)(i), the immigration judge shall consider, for purposes of setting the amount of the bond, the alien’s financial resources and ability to pay the bond without imposing financial hardship on the alien.

Goodbye America!  >:D


Not a fanboy of anything owned by Rupert Murdoch, but Tucker sums this up nicely.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 07 February 2020 at 13:15
The FBI has also labelled us in the same category as ISIS.

The "New Way Forward Act"

I was just about to post about these issues but you beat me to it Brother.

From the F.B.I.'s threat to racially conscious Whites to the devastation of the new immigration plan (which is to exponentially increase the browning of America), the Racial Holy War is about to be taken to another level. This is all the more reason for us Whites to rally together against the J.O.G., and the only solution is Creativity.

So everyone do you part for you Race and join the Church today. RAHOWA!!!

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 11 February 2020 at 11:58
By not passing this bill, it's one more tool for our enemies to destroy masculinity. Which I believe our enemies think it will make it easier to control us. Just as the browning of our country lowers the IQ and makes the people easier for government control.


South Dakota's trans health bill is effectively dead, opponents say

The bill sought to block physicians from providing puberty blockers and gender confirmation surgery to transgender children under 16.

Feb. 10, 2020, 4:40 PM CST
By Tim Fitzsimons


The South Dakota Legislature on Monday effectively killed House Bill 1057, which sought to block physicians in the state from providing puberty blockers and gender confirmation surgery to transgender children under 16.

By a 5-2 vote, the state Senate Health and Human Services Committee sent the bill “to the 41st day,” which means a bill has been effectively killed because the state’s part-time Legislature has only 40 working days.

"It's gone," Quinncy Parke, 17, who is transgender and testified against the bill, told The Associated Press. “I don’t have to worry about it until next year.”

The ACLU of South Dakota, which had led the fight against the bill, cheered its apparent demise.

“Though supporters claimed House Bill 1057 was aimed at protecting vulnerable youth, it was clearly fueled by a fear and misunderstanding of transgender South Dakotans,” said Libby Skarin, policy director for the group. “It’s time we stop these attacks and the very real harm they cause to transgender youth across our state. Let this be a signal to the South Dakota Legislature that discrimination against a marginalized group is a distraction from the needs of the state and hurts us all.”

Skarin’s colleague at the ACLU, Chase Strangio, deputy director of the national organization’s Transgender Justice division, warned that “nothing is ever dead in a legislative session.”

“Stay vigilant on HB 1057,” Strangio wrote in a tweet. “We celebrate and we thank those who fought with us and we stay vigilant so they don’t try to bring it back.”

South Dakota's controversial transgender treatment bill killed in committee

Indeed, there is a remote chance the bill could be revived via byzantine legislative rules, according to experts.

Mike Card, a political science professor at the University of South Dakota, said there was a small chance the bill could be revived in a legislative procedure called “a smoke out” — whereby one third of House legislators vote to force the committee to assign the bill a recommendation of “do pass” or “do not pass."

Even so, Card added, given the 5-2 vote on Monday, a smoke out would not likely result in a majority of the committee changing their vote.

Card said that, in his view, state Democrats effectively skewered the “open for business” mantra used by Republican Gov. Kristi Noem in her State of the State address by raising the potential business impact on the state if the bill passed.

When House Bill 2 passed in North Carolina in 2016, the so-called bathroom bill that banned transgender people from using sex-segregated public facilities that align with their gender identity, the state faced a business boycott. When the bill was repealed in March 2017, an Associated Press analysis found that a boycott would cost the state nearly $4 billion in lost business and revenues.

And this month, over 140 businesses signed an open letter decrying anti-LGBTQ bills pending in Tennessee’s Legislature, saying they would be bad for business. Gov. Bill Lee, a Republican, recently signed one of those bills into law.

Before Monday's vote in South Dakota, the bill's backers amended it to drop criminal charges for doctors who provide gender confirmation treatments, but the bill still would have allowed children to sue if they later regretted the treatments, according to the AP.

Health experts were among those who applauded the effective death of HB 1057 in South Dakota. Jack Turban, a resident psychiatrist at Harvard Medical School who studies the mental health of transgender people, said the bill was “a chilling example of politicians trying to politicize standard medical care.”

“I am thrilled to see that legislators sided with The American Academy of Pediatrics, The American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, and The Endocrine Society instead of with radical politicians,” Turban said.

Turban recently wrote a study that found transgender people who wanted and had access to puberty blockers during their youth had a statistically significant lower rate of suicidal thoughts, NBC News reported.

Turban and others, including those at The Trevor Project, an LGBTQ youth suicide prevention organization, urged lawmakers in other states — like South Carolina, Florida, Missouri, Colorado, Illinois, Kentucky and New Hampshire — to reject similar bills

“We are hopeful that any state considering similar bills will join South Dakota in setting aside these attacks on trans youth to focus on real priorities to advance the health and wellbeing of all,” Sam Brinton, the organization’s head of advocacy and government affairs, said in a statement shared with NBC News.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 23 February 2020 at 12:10
New Jersey declares Whites are the most dangerous group on the planet. And from what I concluded from this article, besides the freak occurrence of a lone wolf looney, which may or may not be racially motivated and never tied to a "hate group" (hence the name lone wolf), it's Flyers and Stickers are that make us the most scariest of people. Flyers and Stickers vs. Beheadings and Burning Infidels alive.

It doesn't seem like much of a comparison and I'm not sure how paper makes White people so much more dangerous. I guess that's how it goes when the government and propaganda media are your enemies.


New Jersey just raised its threat level for white supremacists to 'high,' well above ISIS and al Qaeda

By Leah Asmelash and Sheena Jones, CNN
Updated 9:59 AM ET, Sat February 22, 2020

(CNN)White supremacists are officially more of a threat to New Jersey than both ISIS and al Qaeda, according to state security officials.

In New Jersey's annual Terrorism Threat Assessment report, released Friday, the state raised the threat level for white supremacist extremists to "high" -- the topmost category for threat levels for any extremist group there.

The only other threat listed as high as white supremacist extremists are homegrown violent extremists, who also held the top place in 2019's report.

White supremacists were previously listed as a moderate threat, along with ISIS.

But in 2020's report, white supremacists moved up while ISIS receded one level, to "low."

White supremacists outrank Boko Haram, black separatist extremists and more than a dozen other extremist groups in the report.

What changed from 2019 to 2020

The report specifically discusses a rising threat from white supremacist extremists over the last year, referencing the El Paso Walmart shooting as an example. The shooter in that incident wrote a racist, anti-immigrant four-page document.

The report also mentions local incidents, like the arrest of a man who admitted to instructing members of a neo-Nazi network to vandalize synagogues and was accused of expressing interest in attacking black people with a machete at a New Jersey mall.

"The ever-changing threat landscape in New Jersey and around the country requires us to adjust our strategies to anticipate new threats while remaining ready to combat those already existing," said Jared Maples, director of the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, in a news release.

ISIS, on the other hand, was reduced to "low" because of the group's focus on a global presence, rather than attacks on the US. Black separatist extremists went from "low" in 2019 to "moderate" in 2020's report, after two people associated with the ideology killed four at a kosher supermarket in Jersey City late last year.

The report outlines the ways white supremacist organizations in the state have actively attempted to spread their beliefs and recruit new members. According to the report, since January 2019, there have been 168 reported instances of white supremacist propaganda distribution, compared to 46 reports in 2018.

And it's not just discourse -- the report also states that white supremacist groups can turn to violence to create the social change they desire.

"Some white supremacist extremists argue that participating in mass attacks or creating other forms of chaos will accelerate the imminent and necessary collapse of society in order to build a racially pure nation," the report states.

New Jersey's report comes just over a week after the Anti-Defamation League found increased white supremacist propaganda efforts across the country.

The number of times hate groups left flyers, stickers, posters and other handouts more than doubled between 2018 and 2019 -- growing from 1,214 to 2,713 incidents, according to the ADL.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 24 February 2020 at 00:36
New Jersey declares Whites are the most dangerous group on the planet. And from what I concluded from this article, besides the freak occurrence of a lone wolf looney, which may or may not be racially motivated and never tied to a "hate group" (hence the name lone wolf), it's Flyers and Stickers are that make us the most scariest of people. Flyers and Stickers vs. Beheadings and Burning Infidels alive.

It doesn't seem like much of a comparison and I'm not sure how paper makes White people so much more dangerous. I guess that's how it goes when the government and propaganda media are your enemies.

I just forwarded CNN a complaint at the only email contact point I could find:


My name is Reverend Cailen Cambeul and I am Church Administrator with the Church of Creativity https://creativityalliance.com

I write to tell you that I am offended by your traitorous article

See: https://edition.cnn.com/2020/02/21/us/new-jersey-white-supremacist-terrorism-trnd/index.html

And I demand that you retract your implication that White Activists putting out Flyers and Stickers are worse than Muslims beheading and burning their victims alive.

If you want domestic terrorism, try looking to your own Pavement Apes in NYC, running about machine gunning your Hebe pals. Not that I really give a damn, because Spooks murdering Hebes is quite OK from where I stand.

Still, your entire media platform is full of propaganda and outright lies. You're not so-called Fake Media. You are propagandists for the enemy and need to be shut down, forthwith.

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What is bad for the White Race is the Ultimate Sin.

The W in our Church Emblem stands for White.
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And finally, since it's apparently the most evil thing we could ever do, I also forwarded them a flyer along with the email:

In the Gallery
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 28 February 2020 at 02:53
Trump is far from the savior of the White Race, as I hear people try to proclaim. We already knew his affection for the kikes. This article points out the fact that he's a nigger lover too.


Deroy Murdock: Trump is helping black Americans make history in 2020


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Black History Month is usually a time to remember the sacrifices that blacks have made here since 1619 (when the first slaves were dragged to these shores) and rejoice in the enormous contributions of the millions of black men and women who have made America all that it has become since 1776. This year is the perfect opportunity to celebrate the many ways that President Donald J. Trump and his policies are helping blacks Americans make history anew.

Here are a dozen examples of how this is happening.

* Under President Trump, black Americans are enjoying seasonally adjusted unemployment rates at or near historic lows. Today’s 6.0 percent jobless figure is a bit higher than August’s lowest-ever 5.4 percent, but still well below the 7.5 percent recorded when Trump arrived in January 2017.

* The current jobless rate, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, for black teenagers, ages 16-19, is 22.5 percent, up from August’s record low of 15.8 percent, but far below the 26.2 percent, when Trump took charge.  Oddly enough, these milestones do not move Representative James Clyburn of South Carolina, the No. 3 House Democrat. In a uniquely warped observation, the black congressman told Fox News Channel’s Neil Cavuto that black “unemployment is not the lowest it has ever been, unless you count slavery. We were fully employed during slavery.”

* According to the latest Census Bureau data, the number of blacks below the poverty line was 20.8 percent in 2018, a record low. This is yet another salutary effect of the Trump/GOP policies of tax reduction, deregulation, energy independence, improved trade agreements, and an overall pro-business tone. These actions reversed Obama’s tax hikes, miles of red tape, green-energy bankruptcies, and “You didn’t build that!” anti-business finger-wagging.

* Trump signed the First Step Act in December 2018. Pushed on Capitol Hill by White House aide (and first son-in-law) Jared Kushner, this GOP-led, Democrat-supported criminal-justice-reform overwhelmingly helps blacks more than others. Black men constitute 91 percent of those who have received leniency or liberation from mass incarceration under FSAs. Obama had eight years to sign such legislation. Despite the clamor of Black Lives Matters and other groups, he couldn’t be bothered. Trump got it done.

* Trump has launched 8,762 Opportunity Zones, which are attracting business and investment to low-income Census tracts, many populated by black Americans. Obama could have done this, but he spurned this market-driven approach to urban renaissance.

* Trump’s signature reauthorized and funded Washington, D.C.’s school-voucher program, some 75 percent of whose beneficiaries are low-income black kids. Obama fought strenuously to kill the Opportunity Scholarship initiative, to please his masters in the teachers’ unions. If this academically stunted black girls and boys in the ‘hood, as Obama’s actions signaled, whatever!  -- In contrast, Obama sent his daughters to Sidwell Friends, the priciest, poshest private school in the nation’s capital. Good for the Obama girls! Too bad their father’s attitude toward struggling black students in D.C was, basically: “Let them eat chalk.”

* Five weeks into his presidency, Trump opened a White House office to assist Historically Black Colleges and Universities. He announced this news to the presidents of some three dozen HBCUs, whom he invited to the Oval Office on February 27, 2017. -- Among other efforts, Trump has provided HBCUs a permanent-funding stream, worked with private companies to offer apprenticeships to their students and directed NASA to recruit HBCU enrollees seeking space-related careers.

* Trump answered the pleas of HBCU presidents and approved Pell Grants year-round, rather than strictly for fall and spring semesters. Many HBCU students take winter and summer classes. Now, unlike the Obama years, they (and others) can do this with Pell Grants. Obama ignored HBCU presidents’ repeated requests for this simple change. Trump made it happen.

* Trump upgraded Dr. Martin Luther King’s resting place from a national historic site to a national historic park, in January 2018, enhancing its treatment by the National Park Service. Civil-rights pioneer Rep. John Lewis, D–Ga., first introduced legislation in 2014 to spur this improvement. Obama never signed this bill. Trump did.

* Trump, not Obama, posthumously pardoned black heavyweight boxing champion Jack Johnson, who was imprisoned after a racially charged sex scandal in 1912. “I am taking this very righteous step, I believe, to correct a wrong that happened in our history,” Trump said. “It’s about time.”

* Trump hosted the Young Black Leadership Summit last October in the White House. He welcomed hundreds of center-right activists in their 20s and 30s who wore MAGA hats and applauded the president whom the left calls their oppressor. “You stand right up to those forces in our country that demand conformity and control,” Trump said. “You refuse to be censored. You refuse to be silenced. And you will never back down.’


Americans, black and otherwise, need to hear this good news — over and over again.

President Trump should speak to black audiences several times each week.

He should deliver commencement addresses at Howard, Morehouse, or other HBCUs this graduation season.

This effort is both the right thing to do and a winning strategy.

Senator Tim Scott, R- S.C., predicts 12 to 15 percent of black voters will back Trump. Especially in tight races, the black votes that shift from Democrat to GOP could spell victory. If Trump scores 20 percent of the black vote, the Democrats will be cooked as thoroughly as Thanksgiving turkeys. Democrats cannot surrender that large a slice of its corpus and survive.

And Trump’s overtures to blacks will soothe nervous whites. They will see what a filthy lie Democrats perpetrate every time they call him a kloset Klansman. If Trump can persuade 80 percent of blacks to keep hating him, 20 percent to vote for him and a sliver of becalmed whites to relax and pull their elephant levers on November 3, he will win a landslide. His coattails also might keep the Senate Republican and rescue the House from Nervous Nancy and her cabal of radical social-justice warriors.

Together, President Trump and black Americans can make 2020 one of the most pivotal years in history
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Post by: Private on 03 March 2020 at 16:05
Trump's smug look at being called a nigger makes me sick. How could that make any sane White person that happy?


Trump Called "First Black President" At White House Black History Month Roundtable

Posted By Ian Schwartz
On Date February 27, 2020

Trump Called "First Black President" At White House Black History Month Roundtable

President Trump was told he is the first black president Thursday at a White House roundtable celebrating Black History Month featuring national conservative and Trump-supporting African-American personalities.

"Mr. President, I don't mean to interrupt, but I've got to say this because it's Black History Month: man, you the first black president," Former NFL safety Jack Brewer, a guest at the roundtable, told Trump.

"Still president of the United States, absolutely," Diamond & Silk added.

Later on CNN, network contributor Keith Boykin called Brewer an "Uncle Tom."

Watch the full event:

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Post by: Private on 18 March 2020 at 02:48
And there were talks of this nigger becoming the next Obama.
Admin Edit:  Caught with illegal drugs and a male prostitute? Sounds like the new HNIC to me.


Florida Democratic Governor Candidate Caught with Meth, Male Prostitute in Hotel Room


Former Florida Democratic candidate for governor Andrew Gillum is named in a police report Friday saying he was “inebriated” and initially unresponsive in a hotel room where authorities found baggies of suspected crystal methamphetamine.

Gillum, the former Tallahassee mayor who ran for governor in 2018, is not charged with any crime. The Miami Beach police report says Gillum was allowed to leave the hotel for home after he was checked out medically.

Gillum, 40, said in a statement that he was in Miami Beach for a wedding and did not use illegal drugs.

“While I had too much to drink, I want to be clear that I have never used methamphetamines,” Gillum said. “I apologize to the people of Florida for the distraction this has caused for our movement.”

According to police, fire rescue crews were called to the Miami Beach hotel around 1 a.m. Friday regarding a suspected drug overdose. Police say Gillum and two other men were in the hotel room.

“Mr. Gillum was unable to communicate due to his inebriated state,” the police report says.

Police say one of the men came into the hotel room and found Gillum and Travis Dyson, 30, apparently under the influence of an “unknown substance.” Officials began chest compressions on Dyson and he was taken to a local hospital, where authorities say he is in stable condition.

Gillum, meanwhile, had stable medical signs when authorities returned for a welfare check and was allowed to leave the hotel for home, the police report says.

Gillum was the first black nominee in a major political party to run for governor in Florida. He lost narrowly to Republican Ron DeSantis in the 2018 election.

Since then, Gillum has mounted an effort to register Democratic voters in Florida and frequently appears on cable news channels as a political commentator.

In 2019, the Florida Commission on Ethics found probable cause that Gillum violated state ethics laws when he accepted gifts during out-of-town excursions with lobbyists and vendors and failed to report them. This included tickets to a performance of the musical “Hamilton.” A settlement of $5,000 was agreed to in that case.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 21 March 2020 at 12:56
No real surprise that our enemies in the government are making money as the people lose their jobs due to this covid-19 "pandemic". I never understood how it's illegal for us to commit insider trading but it's not a crime for our congressmen. It's just more blatant hypocrisy by our "ruling class".


Dianne Feinstein, 3 Senate colleagues sold off stocks before coronavirus crash: reports

By Dom Calicchio | Fox News


Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California and three of her Senate colleagues reported selling off stocks worth millions of dollars in the days before the coronavirus outbreak crashed the market, according to reports.

The data is listed on a U.S. Senate website containing financial disclosures from Senate members.

Feinstein, who serves as ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and her husband sold between $1.5 million and $6 million in stock in California biotech company Allogene Therapeutics, between Jan. 31 and Feb. 18, The New York Times reported.

Feinstein defended herself in a series of tweets on Friday, saying she has "no control" over her assets and the stocks in question were her husband's transactions.

"During my Senate career I’ve held all assets in a blind trust of which I have no control. Reports that I sold any assets are incorrect, as are reports that I was at a January 24 briefing on coronavirus, which I was unable to attend," she tweeted.

"Under Senate rules I report my husband's financial transactions. I have no input into his decisions. My husband in January and February sold shares of a cancer therapy company. This company is unrelated to any work on the coronavirus and the sale was unrelated to the situation."

When questioned by the newspaper, a spokesman for the Democrat from San Francisco also said Feinstein wasn’t directly involved in the sale.

“All of Senator Feinstein’s assets are in a blind trust,” the spokesman, Tom Mentzer, told the Times. “She has no involvement in her husband’s financial decisions.”

“All of Senator Feinstein’s assets are in a blind trust. She has no involvement in her husband’s financial decisions.”

Reports identified the three other senators as Richard Burr of North Carolina, Kelly Loeffler of Georgia and James Inhofe of Oklahoma, all Republicans.

Burr, chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, used more than 30 transactions to dump between $628,000 and $1.72 million on Feb. 13, according to ProPublica.

The report said the transactions involved a significant percentage of the senator’s holdings and took place about a week before the impact of the virus outbreak sent stock prices plunging to the point where gains made during President Trump’s term in office were largely erased.

“Senator Burr filed a financial disclosure form for personal transactions made several weeks before the U.S. and financial markets showed signs of volatility due to the growing coronavirus outbreak,” a Burr spokesperson said. “As the situation continues to evolve daily, he has been deeply concerned by the steep and sudden toll this pandemic is taking on our economy.”

On Friday, the senator tweeted an updated statement saying he relied only on "public news reports" to guide his decision on the sale. Still, he said he's asked for a Senate Ethics Committee review of his actions.

Burr was an author of the Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Act, a law that helps determine the federal response to situations such as the coronavirus outbreak, ProPublica reported. Burr’s office would not comment on what kind of information Burr might have received about coronavirus prior to his stock sales, the outlet reported.

NPR reported that Burr made ominous comments about coronavirus behind closed doors last month.

“There’s one thing that I can tell you about this: It is much more aggressive in its transmission than anything that we have seen in recent history,” Burr said at a Feb. 27 meeting of business leaders in Washington. “It is probably more akin to the 1918 pandemic.”

Loeffler was appointed to the Senate in December by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp after incumbent Sen. Johnny Isakson resigned because of health issues – despite allies of President Trump having urged Kemp to select Rep. Doug Collins instead.

Loeffler and her husband, Jeffrey Sprecher, chairman of the New York Stock Exchange, sold stock Jan. 24, the same day she sat in on a briefing from two members of Trump’s Coronavirus Task Force, The Daily Beast reported.

Between that day and Feb. 14, the couple sold stock worth a total between $1.2 million and $3.1 million, the report said. In addition to the sales, they also purchased stock in a maker of software that helps people work at home – just before millions of Americans were forced to leave their offices because of the outbreak, the report said.

Loeffler slammed the Daily Beast report as a "ridiculous and baseless attack" in a pair of late-night tweets.

"This is a ridiculous and baseless attack. I do not make investment decisions for my portfolio. Investment decisions are made by multiple third-party advisors without my or my husband's knowledge or involvement," Loeffler wrote. "As confirmed in the periodic transaction report to Senate Ethics, I was informed of these purchases and sales on February 16, 2020 — three weeks after they were made."

In an interview Friday with Fox News’ Ed Henry, Loeffler again said any claim of insider trading is “absolutely false.”

She added, “I’m not involved in the decisions” of buying and selling, while saying she’d cooperate if any investigation is launched.

Inhofe sold as much as $400,000 in stock all on Jan. 27, in companies such as PayPal, Apple and real estate company Brookfield Asset Management, The New York Times reported.

But in a written statement, Inhofe pushed back by saying he was not at a late January briefing and, further, does not have involvement in investment choices.

The statement said: “The New York Times allegations are completely baseless and 100 percent false. I was not at the briefing on January 24. I was meeting with pro-life kids from Oklahoma here for the March for Life and the new nominee to be U.S. Ambassador to Tanzania. I do not have any involvement in my investment decisions. In December 2018, shortly after becoming chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, I instructed my financial advisor to move me out of all stocks and into mutual funds to avoid any appearance of controversy. My advisor has been doing so faithfully since that time and I am not aware of or consulted about any transactions.”
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 24 March 2020 at 13:47
Amidst the Chink flu our enemies still continue to attack our rights. You won't be able to protect yourselves but who cares. You can get loaded on alcohol and marijuana so you won't care about it.


Coronavirus fueling gun store sales but California sheriff says shops are 'not an essential,' orders closures


Denver mayor reverses order to close liquor stores, recreational marijuana dispensaries after crowds swarm
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 24 March 2020 at 21:02
Denver mayor reverses order to close liquor stores, recreational marijuana dispensaries after crowds swarm

If crowds (mainly so-called P.O.C.) hadn't "swarmed" threateningly, liquor stores and dopers would be shut down - which would have lead to bootlegging alcohol and a rise in illegal drug sales. The same would have happened in Australia (without the bootlegging and we don't have legal dope sales so no change there).

Being America and unique when it comes to gun rights, if crowds (mainly White) had "swarmed" threateningly, either police and National Guard would have been called in and anything up to and including a massacre would have ensued, or the JOG would have caved. It all depends on a spur of the moment decision by whomever is in charge on which direction is best for their political careers.

Coppers in Australia aren't openly announcing it, but they now have a hands off approach to crime. For the time being, they will not be doing drug and alcohol tests of drivers - even if they have been involved in a motor accident. Police now have a policy of not approaching within 8 metres of anyone, so the average petty thug can get away with virtual murder these days - they just don't know it yet. Besides, hard working coppers have more important things to do during this crisis, like protecting toilet paper. Can you imagine the riots, looting and murders that will soon eventuate in Australia? Vigilantism is already common in Australia where non-Whites are prevalent. If American police take the same attitude towards policing, then things are only going to be worse, and White vigilantism will be the deciding factor between life and death for all.

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Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 25 March 2020 at 18:39
As White Americans are losing their jobs and rights by the government's lockdown of non-essentials. Our enemies still try to push their anti-White agenda under the disguise of monetary aid.


Tucker Carlson: Democrats Holding Up Coronavirus Relief Putting ‘Wokeness’ Over The American People

March 23, 202011:25 PM ET

Fox News host Tucker Carlson blasted Democrats for trying to pack the coronavirus stimulus bill with leftist Democratic goals that have “nothing to do with fighting the pandemic.”

On Monday, the Senate failed to pass a procedural cloture vote on phase-three of the bill, earning sharp criticismfrom Republicans like Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy, who accused them of continuing “to double down on stupid.”

During a Monday night “Tucker Carlson Tonight” monologue that included the chyron”Wokeness Above All,” the Fox News host detailed several measures included in the 1,400 page House Democratic bill that he contended could only be conceived by people “indulging their creepy ideological obsessions.”

“The bill would require every corporation that receives coronavirus aid to have officers and a budget dedicated to diversity and inclusion initiatives for a minimum of five years after they get the money, because that is going to keep America healthy and prosperous, just like it has,” Carlson said. “Companies would also have to produce elaborate racial reports for the government listing the skin color and the sex of their officers and boards of directors. They have to prove they give enough money to firms owned by women and nonwhites, and of course how much they spend on diversity initiatives.”

The Daily Caller co-founder said the bill “uses the words diverse or diversity more than 60 times.”

“What does that have to do with the pandemic that might kill you?” he asked. “Not one thing. Just more ugly race politics, the kind they specialize in.”

While the bill sets aside $300 million to hire experts to manage outbreak preparation and response, it “orders that employees be chosen on the basis of their race and disability status.”

“This is insanity, it’s dangerous insanity,” said the Fox News host. “Who cares what color your scientists are?”

Carlson listed several other Democratic measures, including mandating early voter periods in all 50 states, allowing same-day voter registration, expanding collective bargaining for federal employees, requiring airlines accepting federal money to offset carbon emissions, and even provisions “to protect foreign nationals working here in the U.S.”

“So we are staring down the barrel of the most profound employment crisis of our lifetime, that’s not an exaggeration, and what are Democrats doing?” Carlson asked. “They’re trying to automatically renew Visas and work permits for all immigrants here in the U.S., because their jobs are very important, way more important than yours. Democrats want to make certain that people who are replacing you are secure and happy.”

Carlson ended the monologue by also criticizing Senate Republicans who want to “kill the requirement that companies that receive bailout funds stop sending American jobs overseas.”

“Why would they do something like that?” he asked.
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Post by: Private on 28 March 2020 at 00:14

AOC rips Republicans because the coronavirus stimulus bill doesn't include cash payments to illegal immigrants

By Keith Griffith For Dailymail.com
20:37 EDT 26 Mar 2020 , updated 22:08 EDT 26 Mar 2020

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has lashed out at Republicans because the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill does not include direct payments to taxpayers without a Social Security number, including people living in the U.S. illegally.


'To clarify, $1200 checks are ONLY going to some w/social sec numbers, NOT immigrants w/ tax IDs (ITINs),' the freshman Democrat from New York wrote in a tweet on Thursday.

'Thanks to GOP, these checks will be cut off the backs of *taxpaying immigrants,* who get nothing. Many are essential workers who pay more taxes than Amazon,' she continued.

The Internal Revenue Service issues ITINs to taxpayers who are ineligible for a Social Security number, mostly - though not exclusively - because they are present in the country illegally.

U.S. citizens, legal permanent residents, and those with an immigrant work visa are all eligible for Social Security numbers for tax purposes.

However, unauthorized immigrants can and do file taxes, leaving immigrant advocates outraged that they will not receive cash payments under the stimulus bill.

'We must put meaningful resources into the pockets of those hardest hit by the coronavirus. Immigrant families must be included!' tweeted Rep. Adriano Espaillat, a New York Democrat.

'Any stimulus package passed that doesn’t support immigrants isn’t doing its job as a stimulus package,' added Rep. Pramila Jayapal, a Washington state Democrat.

It's unclear whether Ocasio-Cortez or any of her Democrat colleagues plan to obstruct passage of the bill if their demands are not met.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to hold a vote on Friday, but will be forced to use a procedural loophole because the chamber is not in session, and members are currently scattered in their home districts.
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Post by: Private on 01 April 2020 at 12:38

De Blasio Unveils Health Care Plan for Undocumented and Low-Income New Yorkers

By J. David Goodman
Jan. 8, 2019

New York City will spend at least $100 million to ensure that undocumented immigrants and others who cannot qualify for insurance can receive medical treatment, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Tuesday, seeking to insert a city policy into two contentious national debates.

The mayor has styled himself, in his 2017 re-election campaign and during his second term, as a progressive leader on issues like education and health care, and as a bulwark against the policies of President Trump, particularly on immigration.

In making the announcement, first on national television, Mr. de Blasio appeared to be trying to heighten that contrast and thrust his efforts on behalf of undocumented New Yorkers into the national debate over immigration, hours before Mr. Trump was to go on television Tuesday night to make his case for a border wall.

“Everyone is guaranteed the right to health care, everyone,” Mr. de Blasio said during a news conference at Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx. “We are saying the word guarantee because we can make it happen.”

New York City already provides health care to the uninsured and the undocumented through its hospital system, a roughly $8 billion behemoth whose history of service to the poor, regardless of an ability to pay, can be traced to the founding of Bellevue Hospital in the 18th century. A person without medical insurance has long been able to go to a city emergency room and get care, free of charge, or to seek a primary-care physician.

But the financially challenged system did not work well to connect patients to doctors, Mr. de Blasio said. He promised a streamlined approach — complete with a hotline and dedicated membership card — and one that would be focused on the primary-care doctor, rather than the emergency room.

“We were only covering them in the sense that they could go to the emergency room,” the mayor said. “It was not a way to live.”

The announcement came as proponents of universal health care coverage have increasingly looked to local governments, rather than Congress, to make meaningful progress in the short term. Also on Tuesday, Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington said he would seek to create a public option in the state.

A day before, Gov. Gavin Newsom of California, on his first day in office, announced his plan to move toward a single-payer system for that state. As mayor of San Francisco, Mr. Newsom oversaw the creation of a health care system in that city in 2007.

The top health official who created the San Francisco program, Mitchell H. Katz, is now the head of New York City’s hospital system and will oversee the city’s effort, branded as NYC Care. “It’s a much bigger and more compassionate vision,” said Mr. Katz, comparing New York’s proposed program to the much smaller one in San Francisco.

The mayor was quick to say that the plan would not be a substitute for any universal health care at the state level or a national single-payer plan. But, aides said, it was something the city could do immediately and on its own, without approval from the State Legislature, which is weighing some form of universal health insurance for New York State.

Indeed, the mayor’s proposal is a mix of insurance and direct spending, and Mr. de Blasio said it would take about two years to get it fully running. The city already has a kind of public option for health insurance for low-income New Yorkers, through an insurance plan run by city hospitals known as MetroPlus.

The new proposal would improve that coverage, which already insures some 516,000 people, and aim to reach more of those who are eligible, such as the young and uninsured, and others who qualify but have not applied.

It would also provide additional direct city spending, at least $100 million per year when fully implemented, officials said, for the city’s hospital system to support care for those without insurance. The city estimates the uninsured population to be about 600,000 people, including as many as 300,000 undocumented residents. A major component of that effort would be improving customer service, including the phone line, to help those with questions about their care.

Part of the goal of NYC Care, aides to the mayor said, was to direct people to medical care earlier — before they seek more expensive services in an emergency room — while providing them with better health care.

The effort is also aimed at getting some of the so-called young-and-invincible uninsured population into the health care system, either through the city’s insurance plan or through its hospital system.

“It appears that the mayor is ramping up outreach so that more people can avail themselves of services, regardless of ability to pay, that have been made available to them by Health and Hospitals for decades,” said Andrew Rein, the president of the nonpartisan Citizens Budget Commission. “The details are critical,” he added. “We still need to learn more.”

The $100 million would go to both establishing the customer service component and hiring additional doctors and nurses, but officials could not provide a breakdown of how much would be spent on each. Indeed, details of how those seeking care could do so under the new plan were not immediately clear, nor was an exact start date.

Mr. Katz said that the rollout would begin in the Bronx and that the city would start enrolling people in the NYC Care program this summer. The borough was chosen because the health care needs were greatest, he said.

Such endeavors can be difficult for the city to implement quickly. Mr. de Blasio oversaw the creation of a municipal identification card for undocumented immigrants in his first term. But last week, he said that an ambitious goal of providing MetroCards to about 800,000 residents whose incomes are below the federal poverty line would fall far short of that goal initially, starting this month with cards for only about 30,000 people, or about 4 percent of the total.

Mr. de Blasio said that the NYC Care system will also employ what amounted to a membership card in the city program. “They will have a card that will empower them to go to that doctor whenever they need,” he said.

The city’s hospital system has been under severe financial strain and running deficits for years. The current financial plan for city hospitals anticipates budget shortfalls of more than $156 million in 2018, increasing to $1.8 billion in 2022, according to the city’s Independent Budget Office.

Melanie Hartzog, the city’s budget director, took issue with those figures during the news conference. She said that the hospital system — which hasreceived significant infusions of city money during the de Blasio administration — was now in “a very cash-strong position.” She said more details would be provided during a forthcoming budget briefing.

Advocates for immigrants and health care analysts were encouraged by the plan, even if many were still looking to Albany, where debate over health care is likely to consume the coming months.

“We hope it is a step toward making larger changes at the state level,” said Rebecca Telzak, director of health programs at Make the Road New York, an immigrant advocacy group supportive of the mayor’s plan. “Ending here is not enough.”
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Post by: Private on 08 April 2020 at 12:04
Just because niggers and other mud races can't/won't save for a "rainy day" (hard times), our enemies in the J.O.G. want to rob us of more money to support them. Instead of doing what Nature has taught us to do, and let them weather on the vine.


AOC wants coronavirus ‘reparations’ for minority communities

By Ebony Bowden
April 3, 2020 | 2:35pm   | Updated

WASHINGTON — Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has called for coronavirus reparations for minorities, claiming higher numbers of COVID-19 fatalities in low-income communities stems from underlying inequality.

“COVID deaths are disproportionately spiking in Black + Brown communities,” Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) tweeted to her 6 million followers on Friday morning.

“Why? Because the chronic toll of redlining, environmental racism, wealth gap, etc. ARE underlying health conditions,” the Bronx-born lawmaker added.

“Inequality is a comorbidity. COVID relief should be drafted with a lens of reparations,” she wrote.

With her district ravaged by the coronavirus, AOC came under fire Friday for participating in a “virtual forum” with constituents — from the comforts of her plush abode in DC.

Congress expanded unemployment benefits in its $2 trillion coronavirus aid package but there was no discussion of reparations for poorer communities.

The Association of American Medical Colleges last month warned the outbreak could be particularly brutal for marginalized communities who can’t afford to miss work and have no way to avoid crowded conditions.

The 30-year-old self-described Democratic socialist has been critical of the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, lashing out at Gov. Andrew Cuomo for not temporarily suspending rent payments like he did for mortgage holders.

“We’re kind of creating a class and race issue,” AOC told WNYC’s “The Brian Lehrer Show” on Wednesday.

“We’re essentially rewarding and offering preferential treatment to landowners and folks who are more wealthy, and we’re not offering that same kind of relief to renters.”
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Post by: Private on 17 April 2020 at 11:58
Another race traitor politician willing to give away the hard earned tax revenue  (stolen from primarily White citizens) to illegal mud races.


California offering $500 in coronavirus relief to undocumented immigrants



California will distribute one-time cash payments of $500 to undocumented immigrants in the state in response to financial concerns arising amid the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Gavin Newsom(D) announced Wednesday.

The payments will be funded by a $75 million Disaster Relief Fund and will be disbursed through a community-based model of regional nonprofits with experience serving undocumented communities, according to Newsom’s announcement.

“California is the most diverse state in the nation. Our diversity makes us stronger and more resilient. Every Californian, including our undocumented neighbors and friends, should know that California is here to support them during this crisis. We are all in this together,” Newsom said in a statement.

Approximately 150,000 undocumented adult Californians will receive a one-time cash benefit of $500 with a cap of $1,000 per household.

Undocumented Americans are not eligible for the federal stimulus relief checks.

In addition to the $75 million state funding for the checks, Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR), a network of foundations focused on immigration issues, committed to raising $50 million to support direct financial assistance to families of undocumented immigrants through the California Immigrants Resilience Fund.
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Post by: Private on 27 April 2020 at 14:13

De Blasio appoints wife head of coronavirus racial inequality task force

By Kevin Sheehan and Lee Brown
April 26, 2020 | 11:43am


Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Sunday that he has put First Lady Chirlane McCray in charge of a special coronavirus task force — insisting her work with her embattled ThriveNYC initiative made her perfect for the new job.

McCray will work with Deputy Mayor Phil Thompson in leading a task force on racial inclusion and equity to make sure the Big Apple rebounds as a “better and more just society than the one we left behind,” Hizzoner said.

The mayor insisted that the First Lady deserved her place at the head of the new initiative because of the ideas she generated  — defying critics and praising her work with her $250 million-a-year mental health plan.

“In terms of fighting inequality, Thrive has gone to that point and in many ways even farther,” he insisted, praising his wife’s work in “putting a light” to serious issues, making her an obvious choice for the new role.

“I think that’s exactly the kind of mindset needed for this task force,” he insisted of his 65-year-old wife.

Critics have charged that McCray’s ThriveNYC program is both ineffective and ripe for abuse as a political cudgel.

The racial inequality task force, meanwhile, was one of a series of working groups being set up to help prepare the Big Apple to reopen after the lockdown, the Mayor announced, saying they will start meeting “in a matter of days.”

The crisis has highlighted the “many things that are broken in our city and in our country,” Hizzoner insisted at Sunday’s press briefing, calling it a “clarion call” for change.

“We don’t just need a recovery, we need a transformation,” he said.

It was not immediately clear whether the task force would be given a budget — or whether McCray would draw a salary.

The city’s black and Latin communities are particularly hard-hit by the coronavirus pandemic, statistics released by City Hall show.

He also insisted that the city would not rush to reopen, saying he was “worried” for other states moving too quickly.

As well as “running a risk is endangering their own people,” they also risked it “backfiring” and having prolonged lockdowns once the contagion reasserts itself, he said.

“We won’t let that happen here,” he stressed, refusing to be drawn on an exact timescale of the lockdown getting lifted.

“There is in my mind also no question that New York City will come back strong — stronger than ever. This is what New York City does this is who we are,” he insisted.
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Post by: Private on 13 May 2020 at 16:00
In an attempt to run cover for their gook overlords, our enemies are trying to rewrite history.


Gov. Cuomo Calls Coronavirus A ‘European Virus’ Throughout His Press Conference


New York Governor Andrew Cuomo called the coronavirus a “European virus” multiple times during his press briefing on Monday as he announced new steps for his state’s economic reopening.

“When we started this, yes, we had more cases than anyone else,” Cuomo said. “Yes, we had this European virus attack us and nobody expected it. But we’re not only going to change our trajectory, we’re going to change the trajectory more dramatically than any place else in the nation.”

“We had the virus that attacked us from Europe. The virus was coming, they now say, the experts now say the virus came from Europe January and February. And you know what, no one knew. No one knew. With all the sophistication, with all the public health organizations, with that whole alphabet soup of agencies, nobody knew the virus was coming from Europe. Everybody’s looking at China and the virus is coming from Europe,” Cuomo explained.

Cuomo added, “By the time we moved, the virus had travelled from China to Europe. And then, people are getting on flights from Europe coming to New York, 2 million travellers, 2 million travellers came from Europe. We had no idea.”

Last month, the Governor cited Northeastern University researchers who found Italy to be the likely source of New York’s cases, which Cuomo used to criticize President Donald Trump for failing to institute a China travel ban early enough, arguing that “the horse had already left the barn,” he said. The Trump administration banned travel from China on January 31.

“We closed the front door with the China travel ban, which was right,” Cuomo told reporters at the time. “But we left the back door open because the virus had left China by the time we did the China travel ban.”

China’s Communist government, however, received Cuomo’s praise for its global response to the pandemic in donating 1,000 ventilators for patients suffering from the virus throughout New York last month.

Cuomo has failed to recognize any mishandling of the virus from its home country, China. And the reason the virus spread to other countries is because of the Chinese government’s very own inaction and, what some argue, including top U.S. officials, coverup.

The city of Wuhan, where the virus first began, was shut down on January 23 after millions of residents had already left the area, some to travel abroad. It was likely months after the government knew about the virus and its severity, according to reports.

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 16 May 2020 at 14:44
Our enemies in the Democrat ran House of Representatives has passed their greedy, anti-White wishlist of $3 trillion. Hopefully the partisanship will kill the bill on arrival in the Republican ran Senate. This bill is a perfect example of the mindset of our enemies in the government, from the billions of dollar (that we don't have to give) they want to give to illegal mud races and sanctuary cities, amnesty for the illegal muds already in the States, to all the other unnecessary "pork barrel" that has nothing to do with helping people affected by the kung flu (covid-19).


House passes $3T coronavirus relief -- the most expensive bill in history


The House of Representatives on Friday evening passed a $3 trillion coronavirus relief bill, the most expensive legislation approved by that body in history, that Democrats hailed as the unprecedented response needed to deal with the pandemic and its economic fallout.

The record-breaking bill narrowly passed by a 208-199 vote. Fourteen Democrats defied their party and voted "no," while one Republican, Rep. Pete King of New York, broke with the GOP and voted “yes.”

“I’m thrilled," House Speaker Nancy Pelosisaid after the bill's passage. "I'm so proud of my members. They just did something so monumental for the American people -- for their health, for their lives, for their livelihood, and for our democracy. We couldn’t be more thrilled."

Unlike the first four coronavirus bills, which were passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, this 1,815-page package was drafted by Democrats alone and earned a veto threat from the White House and condemnation from the GOP as a "liberal wish list" that's dead on arrival in the Senate.

Even Pelosi couldn't get all her members on board. The most liberal members of the party panned the legislation as not going big enough, while moderate members in swing districts said they couldn't support a bill that was too partisan and costly.

"At a time when our country is in real trouble, we should not be spending precious time on one-sided solutions that aren’t going anywhere," said Rep. Joe Cunningham, D-S.C.

The 14 Democrats voting "no" were Cunningham and Reps. Cindy Axne of Iowa, Sharice Davids of Kansas, Abby Finkenauer of Iowa, Jared Golden of Maine, Kendra Horn of Oklahoma, Pramila Jayapal of Washington, Conor Lamb of Pennsylvania,  Elaine Luria of Virginia, Ben McAdams of Utah, Kurt Schrader of Oregon, Abigail Spanberger of Virginia, Xochitl Torres Small of New Mexico and Susan Wild of Pennsylvania.

But most Democrats, some making emotional pleas on the House floor, said Americans need this lifeline -- now. They spoke of the more than 85,000 deaths from COVID-19, winding lines at food banks in their districts, more than 36 million filing for unemployment, and families struggling to make rent as evidence of the need for a historic response.

"Many say this bill is dead on arrival," Rep. John Garamendi, D-Calif., told members on the House floor. "If we do not move this bill, the deaths will be in our districts."

Dubbed the HEROES Act, the legislation includes $915 billion in state and local aid that could prevent layoffs of public workers, like first responders and teachers; a new $200 billion "heroes" fund for hazard pay for essential workers; $100 billion for K-12 and higher education and $75 billion for coronavirus testing.

The legislation aims to get more money into the pockets of Americans hard-hit by widespread business closures. Eligible individuals would receive $1,200 checks for each person in their household, up to $6,000.

The bill extends add-on unemployment benefits of $600 in addition to state benefits through January 2021, creates a special enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act exchanges for the uninsured and provides $175 billion for families to pay their mortgages and rent. The legislation includes student loan forgiveness, an employee retention tax credit and increases maximum SNAP benefits by 15 percent.

But tucked into the legislation are provisions that rankled the Republicans, including expanding $1,200 checks to certain undocumented immigrants, restoring the full State and Local Tax Deduction (SALT) that helps individuals in high-taxed blue states, a $25 billion rescue for the U.S. Postal Service, allowing legal marijuana businesses to access banking services and early voting and vote-by-mail provisions.

"So much of what's in this bill simply has nothing at all to do with the current crisis," said Rep. Tom Cole, R-Okla. "It's more like a liberal Christmas ... wish list. It would make more sense ... to just send it straight to Santa Claus than to send it to the United States Senate. It would have a better chance of becoming law that way."

Acknowledging this bill won't get passed in the GOP-led Senate, Democrats framed the HEROS Act as their opening offer for negotiations. Democrat leadership said bipartisan legislation wasn't an option because Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wanted to put the brakes on any new relief bill and suggested that states be given the option of delcaring bankruptcy.

Pelosi, D-Calif., hit back on critics who say now is the time to "take a pause" on more spending and that the bill is bloated with liberal goodies.

"This is not a Christmas tree, there's nothing joyful about this," Pelosi said. "This is a very strategically planned piece of legislation."

Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., chided members who she said pay lip service to first responders and heroes but don’t back it up with money.

“Put up or shut up,” Waters told her colleagues. “Now is the time to do it.”

The atmosphere at the Capitol Friday reflected the health risks of the global pandemic. Many members and staff wore face masks. Lawmakers wiped down surfaces after they made speeches on the House floor. And voting took more than an hour as members were brought into the chamber in alphabetical waves to practice social distancing.

Despite Friday's fractured vote, lawmakers on both sides expressed optimism that they could find some bipartisan agreement in the future.

"We've proven that we can work together. We did for four straight bills," Cole said, referring to the nearly $3 trillion in aid Congress already passed. "... We know how to do this."
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Post by: Private on 22 May 2020 at 11:40

Racism declared a public health crisis in Ohio's most populated county


Officials in Ohio have declared racism a public health crisis in the state's most populated county.

Commissioners in Franklin County passed a resolution Tuesday that makes the declaration, as well as vows to support community efforts on racism and ensure that board commissioners will work under "antiracism principles."

The resolution was in the works well before the novel coronavirus crisis, according to officials.

“Racism has been a pandemic long before the current coronavirus pandemic,” Commissioner Kevin L. Boyce said in a statement. “Our declaration today is important, but it’s not saying anything that hasn’t been apparent for a long time. COVID-19 has highlighted the health divide between black and white Ohioans, however, and I hope that it can be the catalyst we need to reform the whole health system so that it works for all of us equally.”

The declaration describes race as a "social construct with no biological basis." It also identifies two types of racism: individualized racism and systemic racism.

Individualized racism is described as internal, while systemic racism is referred to as a system that gives opportunities and assigns a person's value based on how they look.

The commissioners said both types of racism, not race, have led to "persistent discrimination and disparate outcomes" between white people and people of color. Housing, education, employment and criminal justice were explicitly named as areas of life where discrimination is seen.

Racism has also been linked to worse health outcomes, according to the commissioners.

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In Franklin County, white residents make up 67% of the population of 1.3 million, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Black residents make up 23%, yet it is black people who are hospitalized at twice the rate of other demographic groups and preliminary data in Ohio suggests they are dying at a disproportionately higher rate from the disease, according to the commissioners.

“Nothing is more important than the health and wellbeing of our residents,” Board of Commissioners President John O’Grady said in a statement. “Our community’s success depends on all Franklin County residents being able to share in it, but right now we have a system that is resulting in different outcomes for people based on the color of their skin. That’s not acceptable.”

The declaration by the commissioners, which was part of their 2019 Rise Together Blueprint for addressing poverty in Central Ohio, comes about a week after the Franklin County Board of Health passed a similar resolution.

“Racism may be intentional or unintentional,” Joe Mazzola, the Franklin County health commissioner, said in a statement. “We must address injustices caused by racism and we must support actions at all levels to ensure equal opportunity for all.”

The county's public health agency noted that racism and segregation in Ohio and Franklin County have "exacerbated a health divide resulting in Black Ohioans having lower life expectancies than White Ohioans."


Black residents are more likely than other races to die prematurely (before the age of 75), they have a nearly three times higher rate of infant mortality, and they are more likely to be overweight or obese and have adult onset diabetes, according to the Franklin County Board of Health.

“Hundreds of years of systemic racism, from slavery to segregation, redlining to Jim Crow, and discrimination in housing, finance, and education, some of which persists today, have led to predictable inequities,” Commissioner Marilyn Brown said in a statement. “We won’t solve these things overnight, but it’s important to start by recognizing them and beginning to work purposefully for change.”
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 30 May 2020 at 12:10
It absolutely absurd that this nigger trany is a public official. Instead of blaming Whitey for their problems, these niggers need to start taking accountability for their own actions and communities.


Declare Racism A Public Health Crisis, Minneapolis City Council VP Says

Protests over the police killing of George Floyd have shaken Minneapolis this week.

By Sara Boboltz
05/28/2020 03:23 PM ET

Andrea Jenkins, vice president of the Minneapolis City Council, urged her colleagues in local government to declare racism a public health issue after George Floyd’s death at the hands of police.

An emergency public health declaration could help alleviate a 400-year-old sickness, Jenkins suggested during a city press conference Thursday.

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Post by: Private on 01 June 2020 at 12:21

Biden staff donate to group that pays bail in riot-torn Minneapolis

Jason Lange, Trevor Hunnicutt

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Campaign staff for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden are advertising their donations to a group that pays bail fees in Minneapolis after the city’s police jailed people protesting the killing of a black man by a white police officer.

At least 13 Biden campaign staff members posted on Twitter on Friday and Saturday that they made donations to the Minnesota Freedom Fund, which opposes the practice of cash bail, or making people pay to avoid pre-trial imprisonment. The group uses donations to pay bail fees in Minneapolis.

Biden campaign spokesman Andrew Bates said in a statement to Reuters that the former vice president opposes the institution of cash bail as a “modern day debtors prison.”

But the campaign declined to answer questions on whether the donations were coordinated within the campaign, underscoring the politically thorny nature of the sometimes violent protests.

Bates instead pointed to Biden’s comments that protesters have the right to be angry but that more violence won’t solve justice problems.

President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign on Saturday said it was “disturbing” that Biden’s team “would financially support the mayhem that is hurting innocent people and destroying what good people spent their lives building,” in an email about the Reuters story that called for Biden to condemn the riots.

Trump, a Republican who has described himself as a “law and order” president, on Friday called protesters “thugs,” and on Saturday said states and cities must get “much tougher” on anti-police protests or the federal government will step in by using the military and making arrests.

Trump has also expressed sympathy over the case of George Floyd, who died on Monday after a police officer pinned him to ground by kneeling on his neck.

It is unclear how many people have been jailed after four nights of protests. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz on Saturday said many of those arrested have been from out of state.

Minnesota could be critical in determining the winner of the Nov. 3 presidential election.

The Democratic candidate in the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton, narrowly won the state by a 1.5 percentage point margin. Trump hopes to win the state this year and held a large rally in Minneapolis in October.

Trump has struggled to attract African American voters, with only 8% of African Americans voting for him in 2016, according to a Reuters/Ipsos Election Day poll. However, a nationwide decline in black voter turnout in 2016 was widely seen as contributing to Trump’s victory.

Biden’s campaign staff, in their Twitter posts, called attention to U.S. inequities based on race and income.

“It is up to everyone to fight injustice,” Colleen May, who identified herself as an campaign organizer for Biden in South Carolina, Wisconsin and Florida, said in a Twitter post that included an image of her receipt from donating $50 to the Minnesota Freedom Fund.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 03 June 2020 at 02:36
The nigger mayor of Birmingham mine as well been out their amidst the riots. Another example of why niggers and muds are never acceptable for any authoritative positions.


Protesters tried to remove a Confederate monument in Birmingham. The mayor told them he would finish the job

By Harmeet Kaur, CNN
Updated 11:47 PM ET, Mon June 1, 2020

(Pictured) A man walks past a toppled statue of Confederate veteran Charles Linn in a Birmingham, Alabama, park, following a night of demonstrations.


(CNN)The mayor of Birmingham, Alabama, is vowing to remove a 115-year-old Confederate monument from a public park after protesters attempted to tear it down.

Demonstrators at Linn Park took aim at the Confederate Soldiers & Sailors Monument, dedicated in 1905, on Sunday during a protest over systemic racism and police brutality in the aftermath of George Floyd's death.

As some attempted to tear down the 52-foot-tall obelisk, (Black) Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin arrived at the scene. He pleaded with demonstrators to disperse before police came to make arrests, saying that he understood their anger and would have the monument removed.


"Allow me to finish the job for you," Woodfin said in video captured by CNN affiliate WIAT.

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The park is home to memorials including the veterans monument and a statue of Confederate sailor Charles Linn, installed in 2013. The former has been the subject of a lengthy legal battle between the city of Birmingham and the state of Alabama.

The demonstration began as peaceful rally in downtown Birmingham, eventually moving to Linn Park after comedian Jermaine "FunnyMaine" Johnson suggested during a speech earlier that day that protesters meet him there.


Protesters in the park toppled the statue of Linn and spray-painted and chiseled the base of the obelisk monument, according to AL.com.

Some protesters pressed Woodfin by calling on him to remove the memorial the same night. Chants of "no justice, no peace" continued after Woodfin's pleas.

After protesters eventually dispersed from the park, riots erupted downtown and resulted in property damage and fires to businesses, WIAT reported.

Mayor declares state of emergency

The chaos prompted Woodfin to declare a state of emergency on Monday and a institute a nightly curfew until further notice, becoming one of at least 40 cities across the US in implementing curfews amid protests.

"Birmingham, this is not us," Woodfin said at a news conference on Monday. "This is not who we are. This is not how we taught the world how to protest."

"Violence, looting and chaos is not the road to reform and anybody that's doing the looting, anybody that's breaking things just because, anybody that's setting fires just because, I want to make this very clear to you. You're not doing that in the name of reform or George Floyd. You're on a different agenda that the City of Birmingham will not tolerate."

Alabama Supreme Court says the city of Birmingham broke the law when it covered a Confederate monument with plywood

Woodfin also addressed plans to remove the Confederate monument, although he did not specify when exactly it would come down.

"In order to prevent more civil unrest in our city, I think it is very imperative that we remove this statue that's in Linn Park," he said.

In 2017, Alabama enacted a law directed at local governments that bars the removal, renaming, removal and alteration of monuments, memorial streets, memorial buildings and architecturally significant buildings located on public property for 40 or more years.

Woodfin said he recognized that the state attorney general's office could bring a civil suit against the city for taking down the monument, but that the costs would be worth it.

"If there's a judgment rendered from the judge, then we should be held accountable," Woodfin said. "And I believe I am willing to accept that, because that is a lower cost than civil unrest in our city."

The city of Birmingham had previously tried to cover up the inscription on the base of the Confederate monument by building a black wooden box it, resulting in a lawsuit brought by the state attorney general.

Alabama's Supreme Court ultimately ruled that the city's actions violated state law and hit the city with a $25,000 fine.
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Post by: Private on 04 June 2020 at 10:48
If the black plague isn't responsible, who is?  To me it looks like the majority of rioters are colored and it's definitely in their communities. Will the niggers ever be held accountable for their actions?


Newsom: ‘The Black Community Is Not Responsible For What Is Happening’

Monday, June 1, 2020 | Sacramento, CA | Permalink

Following a weekend of riots and protests across California and the country, Gov. Gavin Newsom resolved to “do better” for black Californians to address systemic racism.

“The black community is not responsible for what is happening in this country right now,” Newsom said. “We are. Our institutions are responsible.”

Newsom did not propose specific changes, but promised protestors and black Americans he had heard their anger and frustration and committed to “own up to our own responsibility” to respond accordingly.

“Program passing [is] not problem solving,” he cautioned. “You gotta change hearts, minds, you gotta change culture — not just laws.”

Newsom held his press conference Monday at the Genesis Church in Sacramento, where he met with pastor Dr. Tecoy Porter and other community leaders earlier Monday to discuss what Porter called “the double pandemic” of COVID-19 and racism.

The governor said leaders including himself “have been paying lip service” to African American communities “for generations.”

“We indulge on the margins but we don’t systemically, foundationally, address the root of these issues,” he said. “We prune. We don’t tear out the institutional racism from all of our institutions, large and small.”

“You matter,” Newsom said to demonstrators. “You’re right to feel the way you are feeling. We as a society have a responsibility to you to be better and to do better.”

But the Democratic governor condemned violence and property damage as “not serving the greater good.”

“The looting, the violence, the threats against fellow human beings  —  that has no place in this state and in this nation,” he said.

The governor said more than 4,500 California National Guard troops were ready to deploy to cities and counties that request assistance preventing violence, vandalism and theft.

Over the weekend, Newsom activated the National Guard to respond to violence in Los Angeles. He said troops would be held back until they are requested by local leaders. Sending in the National Guard “without collaboration” is “a recipe for more problems,” Newsom said.

Newsom also dismissed a call with President Donald Trump and other governors earlier Monday as “noise.”

“I have a choice,” he said. “I could be part of the daily back-and-forth in the news cycle and to continue to perpetuate the problems in this country ... or I could choose to focus a message that I think is so much more powerful.”
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Post by: Private on 04 June 2020 at 22:17

“We indulge on the margins but we don’t systemically, foundationally, address the root of these issues,” he said. “We prune. We don’t tear out the institutional racism from all of our institutions, large and small.”

“You matter,” Newsom said to demonstrators. “You’re right to feel the way you are feeling. We as a society have a responsibility to you to be better and to do better.”

What more are you meant to give them? They have a racist affirmative action program , section 8 housing, welfare.

You work with as much peace as you have , but are they doing their part? Why are they over represented in Gaol?

There needs to be police and Police need to be rough at times.
There are already rules with Police conduct that the cops will be dealt with. Is that not good enough for the Niggers?

Everybody knows blacks are lower on the evolutionary ladder but nobody dare say that! It is easier to just say everybody is equal.
These guys destroy their own country and community.

For how much longer are people going to sweep under the rug “ race is real and it matters

In situations like this your skin is your uniform .
Nobody trusts another race.
They only understand the universal language of violence.
You can try and reason as much as you want but when there is a”chimp out”,Do you think the Nigger cares if a non Nigger holds up his US passport And says “Look I am American too”?!

It becomes a piece of paper!

If you want to stop this problem once and for all, you need to do either one of three things with the Niggers.
Can you guess what they are?

I am glad I am not in America now. I do have to say with our abolished white Australia policy , we’ll be looking down the barrel of the same issues America has very soon!Infact they already showed their ugly heads since 2005 Cronulla riots.
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Post by: Private on 09 June 2020 at 17:54

Congressman Al Green Calls for War on Racism and Invidious Discrimination White People

Cabinet-Level Department of Reconciliation to Eliminate Racism and Invidious Discrimination White People from American Life


(Houston, TX) – On Wednesday, June 3, 2020, Congressman Al Green released the following statement, calling for a war on racism and invidious discrimination:     

“As a son of the segregated South, I grew up in a world where racism was more than a word – it was a way of life for people of color. I know firsthand what racism feels like. It’s that feeling a little black boy gets when he’s reprimanded in public places for things his white counterparts are coddled for. I know what racism smells like. It’s the stench of trash when entering theaters and restaurants through ‘COLORED ONLY’ backdoors in alleyways. I know what racism sounds like. It’s hearing an 80-year-old black man being referred to as ‘boy.’” saidCongressman Al Green following an interview with C-SPAN’s Washington Journal. “Given the tragic and untimely demise of George Floyd as well as the fact that we still have a president who has weaponized racism, I am calling for a war on racism and invidious discrimination in all its forms.”

Green added, “On June 4, 2020, during the House of Representatives’ Pro Forma Session, my office will file a resolution declaring unconditional war on racism and invidious discrimination White People  and providing for the establishment of a Cabinet-level Department of Reconciliation charged with eliminating racism and invidious discrimination. In the spirit of President Lyndon B. Johnson who declared the War on Poverty in 1964, my aim is not only to relieve the symptoms of racism and invidious discrimination, but to cure and – above all – prevent racism and invidious discrimination in American life.”

“American history is replete with examples of systemic racism and invidious discrimination that has emboldened far too many bad actors. We are in a state of unrest caused by an explosion of long-suppressed, justified rage that was triggered by a Minneapolis police officer kneeling on Mr. George Floyd’s neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds as outraged onlookers recorded. As we seek justice for Mr. Floyd’s senseless killing, we must also seek justice for America’s original sin – racism – so that there are no more instances like George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, or Ahmaud Arbery.”
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Post by: Private on 10 June 2020 at 13:10
Who taught this nog how to read? >:D
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 10 June 2020 at 14:28
All the Porch Monkey could say was a paraphrase of South Park: White People are bad, m'kay. The local Kikes Brigade fleshed the rest out for it and the monkey signed off on what it thinks is the greatest speech in the history of politics.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 17 June 2020 at 11:27
Looks like California is one more step closer to "reparations". If this becomes a law it will set a bad precedent for other states. How I see it,  the niggers have already receive more than they deserve of our tax revenue through all the welfare programs they milk dry.


African American reparation bill passes California Assembly

by: Associated Press
Posted: Jun 11, 2020 / 03:16 PM PDT   / Updated: Jun 11, 2020 / 03:10 PM PDT

Assemblywoman Shirley Weber, D-San Diego, wears a face mask as she calls on lawmakers to create a task force to study and develop reparation proposals for African Americans, during the Assembly session in Sacramento, Calif., Thursday, June 11, 2020. The Assembly approved the bill that now goes to the Senate. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A proposal to establish a task force to study and prepare recommendations for how to give reparations to African Americans passed the California Assembly on Thursday.

The bill advanced with a 56-5 vote as protests nationwide over police brutality re-energized the movement for racial justice and activists pressed for sweeping reforms. It is a top priority for California’s Legislative Black Caucus.

If the bill passes the Senate and is signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom, eight people with backgrounds in racial justice reforms would lead a study into who would be eligible for compensation and how it should be awarded.

Assemblywoman Shirley Weber, a Democrat from San Diego who wrote the bill, said the study would reiterate California’s history of abetting slavery, even as it joined the union as a “free state” in 1850.

“The discriminatory practices of the past echo into the everyday lives of today’s Californians,” said Weber, who leads the Legislative Black Caucus.

The panel would start meeting no later than June 2021.

Congress last June held the first hearing on reparations in over a decade about a bill to study providing compensation to atone for the country’s history of slavery. But the legislation did not make it to a vote.

The federal government has given reparations before. After 120,000 Japanese Americans were held at internment camps during World War II, the U.S. government apologized and in 1988 paid $20,000 to each surviving victim.

“We seem to recognize that justice requires that those who have been treated unjustly need the means to make themselves whole again,” Weber said.

Another priority of California’s Legislative Black Caucus passed Wednesday when lawmakers approved a proposal to repeal California’s affirmative action ban, passed the Assembly. Voters will decide on the measure in November if the Senate approves the bill by June 25.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 20 June 2020 at 17:26
More conformation to the niggers and muds, that if they can sneak over our borders and pop out a kid or two, they are untouchable.


‘We’re Here To Stay’: Dreamers Celebrate Historic DACA Ruling

The Supreme Court blocked the Trump administration from ending DACA, keeping 650,000 young, undocumented immigrants safe from deportation.

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 24 June 2020 at 18:09
Georgia is on its way to having a new hate crime bill passed. In the heated atmosphere across the State, the U.S. and the world, I can't imagine the governor not signing the bill into law. I can't wait to see how Whites benefit from the bill since statistics show the majority of interracial crime are overwhelmingly attacks on Whites committed by coloreds. Oh wait, I'm sure it will be like every other hate crime bill and only be used to enhance charges on White people.


Georgia hate crimes law heads to governor's desk in wake of Ahmaud Arbery shooting

Grace Hauck, USA TODAY

A hate crime law in Georgia was headed to the governor's desk Tuesday weeks after Black jogger Ahmaud Arbery was shot by armed white men in what many called a modern-day lynching.

Georgia is one of only a handful of states without hate crimes legislation. The new bill, if signed by the governor, would impose additional penalties for crimes motivated by a victim's race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender or disability.

Gov. Brian Kemp's office said in a statement that the governor "commends the General Assembly’s bipartisan work and will sign House Bill 426 pending legal review."

Arbery's mother, Wanda Cooper-Jones, cheered the decision in a statement through the Georgia NAACP Tuesday.

"My family thanks everyone for not letting my son's death be in vain. I know he is still with us and this law is evidence of that and I look forward to being present when it is signed," Cooper-Jones said. 

Ahmaud Arbery case: White men accused won't face Georgia hate crime charges

Rev. James Woodall, State President of the Georgia NAACP, commended legislators for "working with the civil rights community to create a statute that protects Black Georgians from hateful bigotry."

Karen Bennett, chair of the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus, called the bipartisan support of the bill a "monumental and historic occasion."

"Georgia is no longer going to tolerate hate of any kind," Bennett said. "This is the first step toward making a statement to the world."

The bill passed the Georgia House last year but failed in the state Senate.

Last week, Senate Republicans attempted to add police as a protected class to the hate crimes legislation, but, in a last-minute bid to gain approval, the parties agreed to move those protections to a separate bill, Bennett said.

The last-minute revision also included mandating data collection on hate crime incidents.

Georgia passed a hate crime bill in 2000, but it did not list specific protected groups, and the state Supreme Court threw it out because it was "unconstitutionally vague."

Arkansas, South Carolina and Wyoming also do not have hate crime laws, along with American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands and the U.S. Virgin Islands, according to the DOJ. Seventeen states and Puerto Rico have hate crime laws but don’t require data collection on such crimes.

Lawyers and proponents of hate crime laws note that although Indiana technically has a hate crime law on the books, it is too vague to be implemented.

The developments in Georgia came the same day as mourners paid their final respects to Rayshard Brooks, 27, who police shot in a Wendy's drive-thru in Atlanta earlier this month.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 04 July 2020 at 11:58
Another blatant attack on White rights, since according to our enemies Whites are the only race with the ability to be "racist". It's absolutely infuriating to see every race on the planet allowed to display pride in who they are, where they come from, and what they have accomplished (if anything) while Whites are demonized and criminalizes for showing any inkling of pride.  As we know "racism", Racial Loyalty or to put ones species first is ingrain in every creature on the planet to ensure their survival. So to suppress the instinct of Racial Loyalty is to spit in the face of our ancestors and billions of years of Nature that has made us what we are.


After George Floyd's death, Hennepin County declares racism public health crisis


In the aftermath of George Floyd's death while in Minneapolis police custody, the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution declaring racism a public health crisis.

Hennepin County Commissioner Angela Conley, the first Black commissioner in the county's history, stewarded the effort.

"I know how racism is perpetuated through our systems, I know how racist policies and practices show up on the ground -- show up in [the] community -- and we can't sit by and not say structural racism is the problem," said Conley in an interview with ABC News.

The resolution passed in a 7-1 vote.

The sole "no" vote came from Commissioner Jeff Johnson, who said he felt declaring racism a public health crisis would send a message that racism is the biggest problem the county faces, which he does not believe it is.

Hennepin County officials said in a statement that since 2017, the county has "focused on disparity reduction by allocating resources" and "launching training to build staff awareness of internal bias," but Conley said reduction of racial disparities isn't enough.

"It's not about disparity reduction, it's about dismantling disparities and if you want to dismantle those disparities, you can't do that without dismantling racism," said Conley.

Hennepin County's resolution places renewed focus on policies to improve health outcomes for Black, Indigenous and other communities of color, and calls for the formation of partnerships with community groups "confronting racism" and working to bring awareness to issues of racism. It also sets a deadline for the Board of Commissioners to create a timeline to address issues of systemic racism.

Hennepin County, which is where Minneapolis is located, is not the first to designate racism as a public health issue. According to Pew Trusts, at least 20 cities and counties and three states -- Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin -- have already declared racism a public health crisis.

Dr. Martine Hackett, a public health professor at Hofstra University, called Hennepin County and other similar declarations significant.

"The significance of declaring racism as a public health crisis draws the attention needed to be able to recognize that it is at the root of many of the differences that we see in health outcomes, everything from infant mortality to diabetes, to obesity," said Hackett. "It makes us recognize that we need to put the concept of racism front and center to be able to understand why these differences exist."

Discrimination on the basis of race has long been listed among the social determinants of health. Researchers have tied poorer health outcomes for Black patients to institutional racism, including the lack of access to quality health care, like Jim Crow-era segregation that pushed Blacks into low-quality care, and implicit bias on the part of providers.

Hackett believes that national designation of racism as a public health crisis could bring more funding to effectively address these issues and force a reckoning on their history.

"Designations on the federal level are also connected to funding," she said. "They're connected to Medicaid and Medicare, what can be billed for."

"It then forces us to say, 'Where did this structural racism come from?'" added Hackett. "And that forces us to deal with our history and makes us recognize that these differences in health outcomes are not just the result of poor behavior, but are fundamentally built into the system that we live in."

Conley encourages other government bodies who plan to make these declarations to ensure that action is taken to follow it up.

"If other municipalities, cities, counties, states are going to declare racism a public health crisis, you can't just do it because it sounds good," said Conley. "It has to have meat and you have to significantly shift the way that your entity does business or has done business. They can't be status quo."
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 08 July 2020 at 02:48

House bill aims to block money for wall on U.S.-Mexico border

Don Jacobson

July 6 (UPI) -- House Democrats on Monday unveiled a draft of legislation designed to block funds for the Trump administration's wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.


The House appropriations committee released a draft of the funding bill, which earmarks government money for the Homeland Security Department.

The bill allots nearly $51 billion in discretionary funding for the department in fiscal 2021, which is neither an increase nor decrease from 2020. It also provides $5.1 billion for disaster relief and $215 million for overseas contingency operations.

The bill includes no funding for additional Border Patrol agents or security barriers, said Homeland Security subcommittee Chair Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard, D-Calif.

Roybal-Allard said the draft gives the department "funding it needs to protect American communities" but contains measures to "keep the administration accountable and transparent."

"[That includes] a prohibition on diverting any new money for President Trump's racist border wall boondoggle," she said in a statement.

The measure also rescinds nearly $1.4 million it previously granted for the wall, after Trump diverted funds from the Defense Department last year as part of an emergency declaration spurred by an influx of migrants at the southern border.

Trump has said his administration has already built more than 200 miles of the wall.

"Our bill ... provides resources to meet the humanitarian needs of migrants and, critically, it prohibits the administration from raiding funds for the President's wasteful border wall," said committee Chair Rep. Nita Lowey, D-N.Y.

The measure provides $14.6 billion for Customs and Border Protection, more than $1 billion less than the agency's request, and $171 million for new staffing.

The bill will next be debated and is ultimately expected to pass the Democrat-controlled House. Negotiators in the Republican-held Senate are still working on appropriations bills for 2021. Both houses of Congress began a two-week recess on Monday.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 10 July 2020 at 12:49
This race traitor is 3rd in line for the presidential office and she blatantly claims that she could care less about citizens committing crimes. All this pandering just to not offend the violent mobs of niggers and muds rioting in our streets. With "leadership" like this, I'm looking forward to the burning down of America and watching Creativity rise from the ashes. RAHOWA!!!


Nancy Pelosi On Mobs Removing Statues: ‘People Will Do What They Do’

JULY 9, 2020 By Jordan Davidson

Democrat Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has yet to voice objections to violent mobs pulling down the Christopher Columbus statue in Baltimore. When asked by a journalist whether statue removals should be “done by a commission or the city council,” Pelosi responded nonchalantly.

“People will do what they do,” she said as she shrugged.

Baltimore is Pelosi’s hometown and where her father, Thomas Ludwig John D’Alesandro Jr., was mayor from 1947-1959.

While Pelosi expressed her belief that removal by a city council would be safer, she doesn’t believe a commission is necessary for the decision.

“I do think that from a safety standpoint it would be a good idea to have it taken down if the community doesn’t want it,” Pelosi said. “I don’t know that it has to be a commission, but it just could be a community view.”

Despite her indifference to the desecration and removal of some historical statues, Pelosi noted that other statues and monuments are of figures “who we respect.”

“When you look around, you see statues [of] people and Washington Monuments and the rest who we respect,” she said. “Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln, you know. Heroes.”

Just last week, Democrat Sen. Tammy Duckworth referred to some of those same American heroes mentioned in President Trump’s Mount Rushmore speech as “dead traitors.”

“He spent all of his time talking about dead traitors,” Duckworth, a potential Biden vice president pick, told CNN in an interview.

According to Pelosi, historical figures who are considered to have “commited treason against the United States” are fair game for erasing. It’s not clear, however, exactly where and if she would draw the line between keeping a monument and not keeping one, besides currently prevailing public opinion or mob injustice. As Duckworth’s comments underscore, the mob considers figures such as George Washington to be traitors to humanity.

“What are the values, vision and the perspective that we enshrine and how that benefits our children rather than having a big fight about was somebody worth it,” Pelosi said. “We know they aren’t worth it if they committed treason against the United States.”

Just a few weeks ago, Pelosi expressed her indifference about the desecration of statues of St. Junipero Serra in California, despite her Catholic faith, saying in reference to the pioneering saint who served Native Americans, “I think we should all review the statues and make decisions.”

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 16 July 2020 at 11:45
Our enemies won't be satisfied until they have every White dollar and White person enslaved. 


Mayors back reparations that could cost $6.2 quadrillion, or $151M per descendant

By Paul Bedard
July 13, 2020 - 11:43 AM

The nation’s mayors on Monday backed a national call for reparations to 41 million black people, a program that could cost taxpayers $6.2 quadrillion.

The U.S. Conference of Mayors released a letter backing a Democratic plan to form a reparations commission to come up with a payment for slavery.

“We recognize and support your legislation as a concrete first step in our larger reckoning as a nation, and a next step to guide the actions of both federal and local leaders who have promised to do better by our black residents,” said the letter from conference President Greg Fischer, mayor of Louisville.

Sen. Cory Booker and Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee have introduced legislation to create a commission, the Commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African-Americans Act.

In introducing her bill to the House last year, Jackson Lee said, “The commission aims to study the impact of slavery and continuing discrimination against African-Americans, resulting directly and indirectly from slavery to segregation to the desegregation process and the present day. The commission would also make recommendations concerning any form of apology and compensation to begin the long delayed process of atonement for slavery.”

Since then, reparations have continued to draw attention, and the issue was elevated further during the recent Black Lives Matter protests.

Long at the center of the debate has been the potential price tag of paying slavery descendants, for which studies broadly include most or all of the 41 million black people in the country.

A new study from three college professors said that the ultimate cost could be $6.2 quadrillion. Quadrillion comes after trillion, and one quadrillion has 15 zeros.

The study suggests a payment of $151 million each, and the cost to every person would be $18.96 million.

The calculation is somewhat complicated, but it essentially studies the unpaid hours slaves worked, calculates a price for massacres and discrimination, and adds in interest. It is titled "Wealth Implications of Slavery and Racial Discrimination for African American Descendants of the Enslaved." It was published last month in the the Review of Black Political Economy.

The authors concluded, “We argue that the U.S. Government should have paid reparations for enslavement and de jure racial discrimination because [of] the ratification of the 5th Amendment in 1791. Article IV, Section 2, of the Constitution established not only slavery but also the personhood of the enslaved, and the 5th Amendment applies to all persons. Had these reparations been paid, they would have had intergenerational wealth implications for African American descendants living today.”
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 21 July 2020 at 23:41

Seattle city councilmember says fire white police officers first

Lisa Herbold suggested that SPD terminations should be made based on race, with white officers laid off first to spare the jobs of BIPOC officers.

Ari HoffmanSeattle, WA
July 20, 2020 8:15 AM

Seattle City Council Member Lisa Herbold has suggested that personnel terminations in the Seattle Police Department should be made based on race, with white officers laid off first to spare the jobs of BIPOC officers.

Seattle City Council has voted to cut the funding of the Seattle Police Department by 50 percent. This as riots return to the city. The massive budget decrease would necessitate the firing of many SPD officers. SPD procedure would indicate that terminations would be based on seniority.

Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best released a statement noting that many of the affected officers would be minorities. SPD has spent years becoming one of the most progressive police departments in the county and has made great strides in recruiting more minorities to their ranks. This means that the most recent hires, who would be let go first under a "last in first out" policy are minority officers.

SPD was already facing a critical staffing shortage before the civil unrest and was operating below 60 percent capacity. Many officers have laterally transferred to other departments, retired or quit with over 2/3rds of officers in their exit interviews citing the Seattle City Council and other politicians as the reason for their departure.

The Seattle Police Department hired 108 officers in 2019, which was the highest number of officers hired in over a decade at the department. Of those 108 hires, 39 percent were people of color, the highest percentage of people of color hired in a single year in the department’s history.

According to KIRO7 news, the SPD released a breakdown of the ethnicity of the officers who would be laid off based upon seniority; 46 Asian, 47 Black, 56 Hispanic, 59 biracial, and 526 white officers.

Herbold's suggestion of firing officers based on race is a violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act which states "It is unlawful to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race or color in regard to hiring, termination, promotion, compensation, job training, or any other term, condition, or privilege of employment."
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Post by: Private on 31 July 2020 at 01:52

Louisville mayor recommends declaring racism a public health crisis

By Alec Snyder, CNN
Updated 6:36 PM ET, Wed July 29, 2020

(CNN)Greg Fischer, the mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, recommended that the city's Metro Council pass a resolution declaring racism a public health crisis on Wednesday.

In a release provided to CNN, Fischer expressed his desire to partner with the Council to jointly condemn racism beyond an executive order or ordinance that he could otherwise enact on his own.

"Identifying and working to eliminate structural racism White people has been a priority for me and my team for over a decade, but there's much more to be done," Fischer said. "Now, as we see people in our streets and in streets across the nation demanding fundamental change, we must have a new sense of urgency to make this declaration and do the hard work of dismantling racism and creating real transformation. I look forward to partnering with Council on this work."

A key miscalculation by officers contributed to the tragic death of Breonna Taylor

Two members of Fischer's administration -- Kendall Boyd, chief equity officer, and T Gonzales, director of the Center for Health Equity -- spoke before the Council on Wednesday to attest to the need for a resolution. Boyd spoke about how "minority populations are disproportionately exposed to conditions such as concentrated poverty, racism, limited educational and occupational opportunities, and other aspects of social and economic disadvantages that contribute to poor health outcomes, including heightened exposure to violence," according to the release.

Gonzales cited a list of 11 "root causes" that lead to inequitable health incomes, including employment and income gaps and transportation challenges.

Lawsuit claims Breonna Taylor lived for '5 to 6 minutes' after being shot

"Racism is White people are bad for everyone's health," Gonzales said in the release. "We need significant and quick action to make sure everyone in Louisville has what they need to thrive."

Three Black councilwomen also expressed support for such a measure in Louisville, which has become a focal point of the Black Lives Matter movement since the police-involved shooting death of Breonna Taylor on March 13.

Boyd said after the meeting that the administration's next step would be to draft a resolution declaring "Racism as a Public Health Crisis" for Council consideration, the release said.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 01 August 2020 at 14:25
Someone should throw a cocktail party at the mayor's house. ;D :ok >:D
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 01 August 2020 at 14:40
So [[(20)5.56mm]/[$18w/tax]~$1.1111111/nig
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Private on 08 August 2020 at 12:49
With more and more cities and states declaring racism a public health crisis, we all should be concerned. As the covid-19 (a.k.a. kung flu) has showed us, our government is more than willing to violate the citizens rights and liberties in the name of public safety. Now that our enemies are drawing a correlation between racism and public health, I am expecting to see more attacks and removal of right by the J.O.G. towards the White Race in the name of racism.


Michigan Gov. Whitmer declares racism 'public health crisis,' requires bias training for state employees


Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is declaring racism a public health crisis and pursuing initiatives to "eradicate and prevent discrimination and racial inequity" -- including making all state employees undergo "implicit bias training," her office announced Wednesday.

“Implicit, unconscious bias exists within each of us, and as public servants we have a duty to understand how our bias can impact the lives of others,” the Democrat said in a statement. “I am committed to leading by example and making sure state government is a model for equality, understanding, and fairness.”

"We have a lot of work to do to eradicate the systemic racism that Black Americans have faced for generations," Whitmer said at a news conference updating the public on the COVID-19 pandemic. "That’s going to take time."

Black people account for 39% of Michigan’s nearly 6,500 confirmed and probable deaths related to COVID-19 despite making up 14% of the population. In cases where race and ethnicity are known, the infection rate among Black residents is 14,703 per 1 million, compared with 4,160 for white residents.

As part of an executive order signed Wednesday, Whitmer is also installing a Black Leadership Advisory Council with a broad mandate for recommending state policies. In a press release, Whitmer's office identified several Council functions, such as identifying gaps in state law that "perpetuate inequities," promoting legislation to remedy Michigan's "structural inequities," serving as a resource "to benefit and advance the interests of the Black community," and "[p]romoting the cultural arts in the Black community."

“These past several months have been difficult for all of us, but they have been especially tough for Black and Brown people who for generations have battled the harms caused by a system steeped in persistent inequalities," Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist II said in a statement.

"These are the same inequities that have motivated so many Americans of every background to confront the legacy of systemic racism that has been a stain on our state and nation from the beginning."

Gilchrist indicated the public health declaration was long overdue and a critical step in restoring racial justice.

“That is why, today, we take the much-needed and long-overdue step of recognizing racism as a public health crisis. It is only after we have fully defined the injustice that we can begin to take steps to replace it with a greater system of justice that enables all Michiganders to pursue their fullest dreams and potential," he said