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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #60 on: 17 July 2019 at 12:08 »
Maybe this is a good sign that White People are becoming more racially conscious, but I'm sure these numbers are skewed. Since when has the ADL ever spoke the truth.

https://will.illinois.edu/news/story/hate-messages-grow-on-midwestern-campuses

Hate Messages Grow On Midwestern Campuses

July 16, 2019
BY MAUREEN FOERTSCH MCKINNEY

The Illini Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Champaign dedicated a new menorah in 2017. Made of steel and set deep in the ground, it replaced a version that was vandalized three times in two years.

Mark Schultz/Illinois Public Media

White extremist propaganda surged by almost 60 percent on Midwestern college campuses last academic year. That’s according to a new report from the Anti-Defamation League.

Of all the states in the ADL’s Midwest region, white supremacist flyers and stickers were most prevalent in Illinois. Fifteen incidents occurred at public and private universities and community colleges.

Lara Trubowitz, who has education-related roles at both the national and the Midwest region of the ADL, says the messages are meant to make minority students feel unwelcome.

“We know that when targeted populations on college campuses feel under threat that those are obstacles to academic success, so it ends up leading us into a conversation about academic disparities,” she said.

At Eastern Illinois University in Charleston and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, someone posted flyers and stickers saying  “European Roots, American Greatness.”

Trubowitz said there’s been a softening of white supremacist language and symbols, which could mask the intent of spreading hate.

“Once upon a time white supremacist propaganda would have said ‘keep the immigrants out,’ or ‘keep the Jews out.’” Now “it might say something like ‘diversity is destroying the nation’ or ‘white people, don’t you want your identity respected?’”

The incidents at Illinois university and community college campuses occurred between last September and May of this year.

Other campuses hit include Northwestern University in Evanston, DePaul University in Chicago, Rock Valley College in Rockford, Oakton Community College in Des Plaines, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Northern Illinois University in DeKalb.
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https://patch.com/illinois/naperville/youre-wrong-country-racism-naperville-gas-station

'You're In The Wrong Country:' Racism At Naperville Gas Station

By Lisa Marie Farver, Patch StaffJul 17, 2019 4:22 am ET | Updated Jul 17, 2019 1:34 pm ET

NAPERVILLE, IL — In the midst of heightened fears over President Donald Trump's threatened Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids, a video shared on social media shows Latino customers being told to "go back to their country" at a gas station in Naperville. The video, filmed at a Bucky's Mobil gas station at 1576 Washington in Naperville, shows the gas station attendant arguing with the customer and saying, "You're in the wrong country" and "ICE will come."

The video, less than a minute long, begins with the clerk talking about "undocumented immigrants" and saying, "I'm an American."

The customer responds with, "What is your problem?"

"Are you a citizen?" the clerk asks.

"Yes," the customer responds.

"Don't you know the rules?" he asks, gesturing at other customers in the store. "They need to go back to their country. It's illegal."

The exchange then becomes heated, with each party shouting that they hate each other.

As the customers exit, they threaten to call the police. The clerk yells "ICE will come" and "You're in the wrong country" as they walk out the door.

The video was shared several times in the "What's Happening In Aurora, IL?" Facebook group late Tuesday. The woman who originally posted the videowrote, "Check this guy who didn't want to sell us anything because we are Mexicans, what a way to treat tourists."

Patch reached out to Naperville police, and Commander Mike Son said, "We were never called (in) reference this incident. However, after seeing the video, we are now looking into it on our own."

At the time of publication, the Facebook user who originally posted the video also did not respond to a Patch's request for comment.

The video stirred a firestorm of angry comments on social media. In the aftermath, the Bucky's Mobil store received a flood of negative reviews on Yelp and Facebook condemning the store and the clerk's behavior.

Bucky's Mobil did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

A note to readers: The following video contains language and content that some readers may find disturbing.



The Naperville incident happened just days after Trump stirred controversy by telling a quartet of U.S. congresswomen to go back to the "totally broken and crime infested places from which they came." The comments were apparently addressed to Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, all women of color. Three out of the four congresswomen were born in the United States.

"Then come back and show us how it is done," Trump said. "These places need your help badly, you can't leave fast enough."

The Xenophobic Roots Of Trump's 'Go Back' Comment: Report

The remarks drew criticism from other elected officials, and on Tuesday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted Tuesday to condemn Trump's comments.

The move comes after Trump on Tuesday urged fellow Republicans to stick by him and "not show weakness" in opposing the House resolution to condemn his tweets. The president doubled down, tweeting, "If you hate our Country, or if you are not happy here, you can leave!"

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Damn shame. White Man tells the truth and loses his job.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/illinois-gas-station-worker-fired-after-telling-latino-customers-ice-n1031496

Illinois gas station worker fired after telling Latino customers 'ICE will come'
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #62 on: 23 July 2019 at 11:42 »
https://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5d34c3e9e4b0419fd32e93d8

Illinois GOP Group Apologizes After Reportedly Posting Bigoted ‘Jihad Squad’ Meme

The image took aim at Democratic Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley and Rashida Tlaib.

By Amy Russo

The Illinois Republican County Chairman’s Association is apologizing after an apparent posting of a bigoted meme on its Facebook page calling several Democratic congresswomen of color the “jihad squad.”

The image shows Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, who are known collectively as “the squad” in a mock movie poster.

A screenshot was posted on Twitter by local Chicago reporter Craig Wall of ABC-affiliate WLS-TV. The poster appears to have been shared on Friday and then deleted. The RCCA has not confirmed whether it created the image, though the screenshot shows that the poster bears the organization’s insignia on the bottom right-hand corner.

“Political jihad is their game,” the poster reads. “If you don’t agree with their Socialist ideology, you’re racist.”
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #63 on: 23 July 2019 at 12:33 »
My State government is ran by children. Of all the problems my state has, a meme war is how my state politicians spend their time.

https://www.chicagobusiness.com/greg-hinz-politics/illinois-democratic-group-has-meme-problem-its-own

Illinois Democratic group has a meme problem of its own

A day after an Illinois GOP organization sparks a dispute over its "Jihad squad" post, the Kankakee County Democrats group risks the same blowback with a post featuring a red-sheeted MAGA Klan hat.

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Illinois Democrats apparently are just as capable of putting their foot into a pile of political poop as Republicans are.

A day after a GOP group caught heat for a faux poster dubbing four Democratic congresswoman “The Jihad Squad,” the Kankakee County Democratic chairman conceded he posted a now-withdrawn image likening a support of President Donald Trump to membership in the Ku Klux Klan.

In a phone interview, Chairman John Willard defended the picture of someone wearing a Klan-style peaked hat—dyed red and with a spin on Trump’s patented slogan, but here reading "Make America hate again." To the side of the image, the posts reads: “What’s the difference between a Klan hood and a MAGA hat? The Klan hood was made in America.”  

The post is identified as coming from Kankakee County Democrats and is similar to work by a Maryland-based artist whose Facebook page was disabled for alleged violation of that platform's community guidelines.

A screenshot of the image was forwarded to me by a Republican operative. I phoned Willard to see if it was legit, and he said he had posted the image on July 19 but the post was taken down a day or two later by a member of his organization who works as a web administrator and  "said it wasn’t in good taste.”

Willard said he posted the image because, “for me, it’s all about the hypocrisy of this president. He says he’s going to make America great, and then did what he did to these four congresswomen. . . .If he’s going to really make America great, don’t make your stuff overseas,” Willard added, referring to reports that some MAGA hats are produced in foreign countries.

In fact, official MAGA hats are made in a California factory by a mostly Latino workforce, though some knockoff hats reportedly come from China.

Either way, Willard said the Illinois Republican County Chairmen’s Association “didn’t show very good taste” with its jihad post. The IRCCA says the post was not authorized by its leaders. “My intent wasn’t personal," said Willard. "It was about making stuff in the USA.”

Attacking a Trump supporter in a Trump hat is not as personal as attacking Democratic congresswomen by name, Willard said. “I don’t see any correlation.”

The chairman said he will continue to post items aimed at highlighting Trump’s alleged hypocrisy. But, “In the future, I’ll be more selective in how I post my arguments.”

The recent post by the Kanakee Democratic County Chairman is wrong and lacks the civility our politics should demand.

And in a statement the Illinois Democratic Party said:

"Heated racist rhetoric has no place in Illinois or American politics. We denounce hateful speech of any kind and implore the president to stop fanning the flames of racism with his own divisive speech."
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« Reply #64 on: 24 July 2019 at 19:42 »
Another bill closer to me leaving this anti-White state. Damn shame too, Southern Illinois would be a lot better place without mud loving Chicago stealing our money and eroding our rights. Just to cater to the kikes, niggers and mud races.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.ourquadcities.com/news/local-news/illinois-governor-signs-bills-protecting-immigrant-youth/amp/

Illinois governor signs bills protecting immigrant youth

Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker was in Chicago today to sign two bills protecting immigrant youth.

One of the bills ensures children are able to have short-term guardians if they have a parent detained or deported by ICE.

The second lets undocumented young people obtain visas by aligning state laws with existing federal laws.

“Nobody should be treated ever as less than a person because of where they were born,” Pritzker said. “That’s not the message that’s coming from Washington.”

The second bill authorizes adoption, family, juvenile, and probate courts to proceed with and grant a petition for special immigrant juvenile status.

That is a visa specific to undocumented children who have been abused, neglected, or abandoned.
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