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General News / Re: "THAT'S RACIST!" The Incessant Scream from MSM ...
« Last post by Hidden to Guests on Yesterday at 23:44 »

A white German businessman was viciously beaten up and his top black model girlfriend brutally battered and left with a broken leg in an alleged racist attack by star rugby players

Film star and catwalk queen Mirriam Ngomani and husband-to-be Tobias Zehetleitner had been enjoying a night out at a casino in Pretoria, South Africa, when they were targeted.

The model's agent says the group of at least five white men who attacked them are well known patrons of the glitzy casino and players from a 'famous rugby club

The couple were in the queue to cash up their winnings at the exclusive Time Square Casino at 3am on July 11  when a white man flicked a lit cigarette towards Ms Ngomani
German Mr Zehetleitner, 36, is the chief executive officer of the charity TMT Sports Group which was founded by his fiancée and helps poor children in townships.

He said at the time of the attack he was holding his fiancée's hand.

He said: 'I went over and asked this guy what his problem was and he pointed straight at Mirriam and said "What's wrong with you man? You are dating a baboon, a monkey".

'Two of his white friends pulled him away but after we had cashed our winnings we had to walk past six or seven of these white guys and one called her "kaffir" and "black b****".

Mr Zehetleitner said when he confronted the group to explain their racist remarks they attacked.   

'Three jumped on me and all and were giving me a kicking on the ground and I saw Mirriam being attacked so shrugged these three off and bundled a couple of guys off of my fiancée.

'Then they all attacked me at once. I can handle three but five or six or seven or however many it was was too much and I was beaten unconscious and when I came round they had all gone.
When he came to, Mr Zehetleitner, found his partner in agony, with her left leg badly broken.

'The foot was pointing away at 90 degrees and she had been slapped round the face and been kicked.

'She is in so much agony and has so many painkillers and has just had a major operation to fix her leg but the obvious fear for her as a model is will she be scarred or left with a limp

Mr Zehetleitner, who is originally from Munich, said because the men were believed to be well-known sportsmen he expected an arrest would be made 'very quickly'. 

He said he'd gotten his lawyers involved and was prepared to 'ruin their careers because they had no qualms about trying to ruin Mirriam's'.     

'I have been asked not to say more until the police are ready to make arrests but these guys are rugby players from a well known rugby team so this is all very sensitive.

Because of the attack, Mr Zehetleitner said they had postponed their wedding.

He said it was not the first time they had been subjected to racist abuse in the area.

'As an interracial couple we have never had any trouble in townships or in Cape Town or Johannesburg, but in Pretoria where we both live we get vile racist abuse all the time.

'So many people see it is as wrong for a black woman and a white man to be together. How in this age can people call a black woman a baboon or a monkey or use the K-word?'

'It is just so wrong to have to put up with this sort of racial abuse.'

Time Square Casino confirmed an attack took place at the entrance to the casino and general manager Brett Hoppe said: 'Paramedics treated an injured woman at the on-site clinic'.

He said CCTV showed the first security officer was on scene within 20 seconds and within a minute he had been joined by six others who intervened.

Mr Hoppe said: 'Time Square is currently reviewing all the CCTV footage for an internal investigation and we are supporting South African Police Service in their investigation
General Jabber / What it is to be White
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General News / Re: "THAT'S RACIST!" The Incessant Scream from MSM ...
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Viewers have accused the Today Show of racism after they gave Pauline Hanson and radio presenter Steve Price a platform to debate the impending closure of Uluru
The One Nation leader compared closing the sacred rock to the public with shutting down Bondi Beach, and justified her desire to keep it a tourist hot spot by arguing 'we've been climbing Ayers Rock, or Uluru, for many years'.

People who watched the segment shared their sentiments on Twitter, accusing the morning breakfast program of having 'ulterior motives' for airing the comments without any input from a member of the indigenous community.

'Let's talk Uluru climbing with… Pauline Hanson and Steve Price. Couldn't they find anyone whiter?,' one comment read

'I can only conclude that the reason the Today Show continues to provide Pauline Hanson with a platform is because they endorse her putrid, racist bile and want to ensure it gets wide coverage,' another user wrote.

The decision to have three white Australians discussing the matter without seeking advice or the opinions of members of the indigenous community was deemed insensitive.

'Omitting that factual dimension of the story is not reporting, its participation in a pantomime,' one person wrote.

More than five hours after the initial debate, Today included a second segment on the topic allowing indigenous entertainment reporter Brooke Boney to weigh in on the discussion.

'This is about indigenous people having some sort of say over what happens on their land and their sacred sites,' she said
'The thing about the rock is that it is so sacred to them that every time someone gets injured, hurt or has to be injured out it hurts them and they say their ancestors mourn the loss of those people.

'They're not doing it to be nasty or protective, they're doing it to protect others because it is really dangerous.'

She said the custodians of the land don't hate tourism or the economy, and that they encourage people to still come to the rock and hike around it, rather than on it.

Senator Hanson said she was concerned about the loss of jobs closing down the site would result in. 

She said she, for one, would not visit the Red Centre if she didn't have the option to climb Uluru, but schedule permitting, would aim to do so before its closure in October

Forget White Australians have a valid point of view on this topic and the impact it will have on local economy. It’s the “Abo’s” land and only what they want matters. Visitors already need pay a fee to the Abos to be there.

General News / Re: Good News Everybody: Another Nigger is Dead
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Sadie Roberts-Joseph, Founder Of African American Museum, Found Dead In Car Trunk

The Baton Rouge Police Department said the 75-year-old was a “tireless advocate of peace.”

07/13/2019 05:51 PM ET

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — A 75-year-old Louisiana woman who founded an African American history museum was discovered dead in the trunk of a car, and police said Saturday that investigators were working diligently to find those responsible.

Baton Rouge police Sgt. L’Jean McKneely said investigators were still waiting for a coroner to determine a cause of death for Sadie Roberts-Joseph after her body was found Friday afternoon.

The Advocate reported Roberts-Joseph was the founder and curator of the Baton Rouge African American Museum, which she started in 2001. The museum sits on the campus of New St. Luke Baptist Church, where Roberts-Joseph’s brother is pastor.

Sadie Roberts-Joseph (right), talks with Gov. Kathleen Blanco (left) before the start of the Stand Up for Children 2004 Rally for Children on the steps of the State Capitol in Baton Rouge.((Arthur D. Lauck/The Advocate via AP, File))

“Ms. Sadie was a tireless advocate of peace,” the Baton Rouge Police Department posted on its Facebook page, adding: “Our detectives are working diligently to bring the person or persons responsible for this heinous act to justice.”

Roberts-Joseph also organized an annual Juneteenth festival at the museum, marking the date June 19, 1865, when Union soldiers delivered belated news to Texas that President Abraham Lincoln had signed the Emancipation Proclamation, declaring all Southern slaves free. The document had been finalized more than two years earlier.

The museum features African art, exhibits on growing cotton and black inventors as well as a 1953 bus from the period of civil rights boycotts in Baton Rouge. It also has prominent exhibits on President Barack Obama, whose presidency Roberts-Joseph cited as an inspiration to children.

“We have to be educated about our history and other people’s history,” Roberts-Joseph told the newspaper in 2016. “Across racial lines, the community can help to build a better Baton Rouge, a better state and a better nation.”

Beatrice Johnson, one of Roberts-Joseph’s 11 siblings, lives two doors down from her sister’s home on a quiet street in Baton Rouge. She said Roberts-Joseph would come by every day. Johnson said her sister came over Friday because “she had mixed some cornbread, but her oven went out, and she brought it here to put in the oven.”

Gesturing toward her kitchen, Johnson said: “The bread is still there. She never came back to get it.”
General News / Re: "THAT'S RACIST!" The Incessant Scream from MSM ...
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Trump Called Racist After ‘Go Back’ Tweets at Congresswomen

(Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump was accused of being racist and divisive by many Democrats after suggesting that four female Democratic lawmakers, led by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, should return to the “broken and crime infested places from which they came.”

Three of the four women Trump was apparently referencing were born in the U.S.; none is white.

The comments, made in a three-tweet string early Sunday, seem aimed at first-term Representatives Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts. “The Squad,” as the progressive quartet is known, has been engaged in an intra-party dispute with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Trump said the lawmakers “originally came from countries whose governments are a complete and total catastrophe” and should go back and help fix the countries and “then come back and show us how it is done.”

Trump later returned to Twitter to say it was “sad to see the Democrats sticking up for people who speak so badly of our Country and who, in addition, hate Israel.”

His comments come as U.S. immigration officials prepare to conduct raids in about ten cities around the U.S. to round up individuals who’ve received deportation orders, and as reports continue to circulate about poor conditions for migrants in U.S. detention facilities on the U.S. border with Mexico.

In response, Pelosi called the tweets “xenophobic comments meant to divide our nation,” and Democratic Representative Ben Ray Lujan of New Mexico decried “a racist tweet from a racist president.”

Ocasio-Cortez sent four tweets of her own, saying Trump was “angry” because he doesn’t “believe in an America” where women like those in the Squad are elected to Congress.

“You are angry because you can’t conceive of an America that includes us. You rely on a frightened America for your plunder,” she said.

Pressley said on Twitter “THIS is what racism looks like. WE are what democracy looks like. And we’re not going anywhere.”

Omar said Trump was “stoking white nationalism bc you are angry that people like us are serving in Congress and fighting against your hate-filled agenda.”

Tlaib was also blunt: “Want a response to a lawless & complete failure of a President?”’ she tweeted. “He is the crisis. His dangerous ideology is the crisis.”

Democratic presidential hopefuls also weighed in. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said that “unfortunately, there’s an American tradition of telling people to go back to where they came from” and that Trump was trying to “gin up his base” by keeping Americans divided.

“You don’t expect to hear it from the president of the United States,” de Blasio said on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday.

Lujan, assistant Speaker and a member of the Hispanic Caucus in the House, became emotional on “Fox News Sunday” when shown Trump’s tweet. “That is a racist tweet. Telling people to go back where they came from? I think that’s wrong,” he said.

Representative Brendan Boyle, a Pennsylvania Democrat, noted in a tweet that “I’m young, from an immigrant family, also very critical of Trump. Funny thing though, he never tells me to ‘go back where I come from.’ Hmm I wonder why?”

Republicans were mostly silent. Joe Walsh, a former GOP representative from Illinois who’s now a commentator and often a critic of the president, said that “To say ‘go back to where you came from’ is gross. It’s offensive, ignorant, anti-American, and racist.”

Pelosi last week told the New York Times that the vocal freshmen lawmakers were just “four people” among the Democratic House majority after a party split over a $4.6 billion border funding bill.

Among the lawmakers implied in Trump’s tweet, only one -- Omar, 37 -- was born outside the U.S. She migrated as a young girl with her Somalian family after spending four years in a refugee camp. Tlaib, 42, the first Palestinian-American woman elected to Congress, was born in Detroit.

African-American Pressley, 45, was born in Cincinnati and raised in Chicago. Ocasio-Cortez, 29, was born in New York to parents of Puerto Rican origin.

Trump’s comments echo the bigoted shouts that minorities hear daily to “go back where you came from,” said Nihad Awad, national executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

“If Trump shouted the same thing at a Muslim woman wearing hijab in a Walmart, he might be arrested,” Awad said in a statement.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, defeated by Trump in 2016, also responded to Trump’s tweet: “They’re from America, and you’re right about one thing: Currently their government is a complete and utter catastrophe.”
American News / Re: I.C.E. RAIDS
« Last post by Hidden to Guests on 14 July 2019 at 05:49 »
I didn't follow politics much during the Obama admin..  But others who did follow it said that it was almost like the Republicans didn't even try. Like they essentially handed them the elections.. I'm guessing to get this "Black President" business out of the way.  I'm not even going to get into how I think he was completely fabricated and wasn't even a president..  or possibly created as a recommendation from Homeland security to settle various threats they saw rising..  racially and religiously...  whatever..

But like...  during the Clinton years.. Dems didn't act this frikken loony.  They could actually debate..  had thought provoking comebacks...  were essentially "on their game" if you agreed with them or not..  This current face of democrats just seem angry for no reason.. 100% emotion driven with bad logic..  and like temperamental children.   That's why I'm saying its like they are trying to drive their base away.   Could be agreements between the parties that are still in play.. "You low ball it for us so we can get Obama.   We low ball it for you for the next 8 years..  no matter who you pick".. 

3rd worlders coming in initially settle in the city..  It takes a few generations before they realize the city is a trap designed to lower population rates... and take your money..  in the disguise of convenience, speed, and luxury..  When vote time comes the electoral college slaps all that down..  It isnt majority rule. 3 billion nigs voting from the same crack in the wall doesn't mean they get to decide what happens in the rest of the house.
American News / Re: The Niggers, Muds & Race-Traitors of the US 2020 Election
« Last post by Hidden to Guests on 13 July 2019 at 14:50 »
If any of these candidates become our next president, the White Race's fight for survival will become exponentially harder.

Democratic presidential candidates criticize immigration raids as protesters confront Biden

After President Donald Trump earlier this week announced plans for mass arrests of migrants across the country, Democratic presidential candidates went on the attack and issued warnings about the raids that will begin Sunday.

Sen. Kamala Harris of California called the raids a “distraction” and a “crime against humanity” during an appearance Thursday on MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow show.”

Mayor Pete Buttigieg, in an interview with Craig Melvin on MSNBC on Thursday, said news of the raids made communities like his in South Bend, Ind., less safe and created more fear. “It’s masking the fact that there has been a total failure on the part of this administration to deliver any kind of real immigration reform,” he added.

Trump reaffirmed the raid plans to reporters Friday. “It starts on Sunday, and they’re going to take people out and they’re going to bring them back to their countries. Or they’re going to take criminals out, put them in prison, or put them in prison in the countries they came from,” he said.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts sent out warnings in English and Spanish. She tweeted, “The Trump administration’s cruelty runs bone-deep.” Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont emailed his supporters about the raids.

Former Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke attended a vigil on Friday to protest the inhumane conditions of the camps along the southern border, according to his campaign. Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington joined immigration activists the same day in Washington, D.C., to protest “Trump’s immigration positions, family separation policy and planned immigration raids,” his campaign said.

One Democratic contender, however, faced a backlash. In Dover, N.H., on Friday, former Vice President Joe Biden was confronted by about 20 protesters who held paper signs that read: “We haven’t forgotten 3 million deportations.”

The signs were referring to Biden’s role in the Obama administration, which deported nearly 3 million people. The effort was organized by the New Hampshire Youth Movement, organizer Quincy Abramson confirmed, in partnership with immigration advocacy group Movimiento Cosecha, whose members attempted to march into Biden’s campaign headquarters in Philadelphia on Wednesday.

“We felt that we wanted this to be a little more escalated than a question,” Abramson, 22, said on Friday.

Biden, who has been leading the polls, was showing signs of struggling with black voters after Harris challenged his opposition to school busing in the 1970s on the second night of the first Democratic debate in June.

Experts say it’s unlikely that Biden will lose support from Latinos. (In 2018, about 29 million Latinos were eligible to vote in the midterm election, according to the Pew Research Center.)

Latino voters care about a wide range of issues, so they will not be looking just at a candidate’s position on immigration, Democratic strategist Rose Kapolczynski said. Instead, they will be seeking someone who will be able to defeat Trump, whose immigration policies have angered them.

Democratic strategist Bill Carrick agreed.

“I don’t think that, among primary voters, that attacking President Obama on immigration is going to ricochet and hurt Vice President Biden,” he said.

Cata Santiago, an organizer of Movimiento Cosecha, said the group will continue to raise the issue with Biden.

“It’s important for us to remind everyone of his role,” she said after the group’s protest Wednesday in Philadelphia. “We know that Obama ran on a platform that promised a pathway to citizenship, a platform that promised immigration reform, and yet eight years later, we saw the record-breaking amount of deportations.”
American News / Re: Iranian Tensions Escalate
« Last post by Hidden to Guests on 13 July 2019 at 14:38 »
F*ck this pissing contest / saber rattling bull sh!t. Turn that desert sh!thole into glass and problem solved.

Britain sends second warship to Gulf after Iran tanker standoff

a large ship in a body of water: Sources said HMS Duncan's deployment was being moved forward by a number of days

Sources said HMS Duncan's deployment was being moved forward by a number of days

Britain said Friday it was sending a second warship to the Gulf and raising the alert level in the oil-rich region as tensions spike after Iranian gunboats threatened a UK supertanker.

The decision was disclosed as US President Donald Trump stepped up his war of words with the Islamic republic, which breached part of a nuclear accord already rejected by Washington.

"Iran better be careful," Trump told reporters outside the White House.

"They're treading on very dangerous territory. Iran, if you're listening, you better be careful."

British officials said the naval deployment was part of a pre-planned rotation and meant to ensure a continued British naval presence in one of the most important but volatile oil shipment routes in the world.

But a source said the switchover was brought forward by several days and should see two of Britain's most advanced warships jointly navigating the waters off Iran for a period that might last a number of weeks.

A government spokesman said the HMS Duncan was "deploying to the region to ensure we maintain a continuous maritime security presence while HMS Montrose comes off task for pre-planned maintenance and crew changeover".

On Wednesday, HMS Montrose warned off three fast Iranian gunboats that UK officials said were trying to "impede" the progress of a British supertanker through the Strait of Hormuz in the Gulf.

Iranian officials have denied the incident ever happened.

The British government decided at the start of the week to raise the alert level for ships travelling through Iranian waters to three on a three-point scale, indicating a "critical" threat.

HMS Duncan is an air defence destroyer that carries a set of heavy Harpoon anti-ship missiles and has a company and crew in excess of 280
General News / Re: "THAT'S RACIST!" The Incessant Scream from MSM ...
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A Georgia couple is sued by a white tenant who says she was evicted after having African American guests

By Ryan Prior, CNN
Posted at 5:43 PM ET, Fri July 12, 2019

Allen McCoy denied the allegations and said he wasn't prejudiced.

(CNN) — A white woman in North Georgia has filed a housing discrimination suit against landlords who she says evicted her because she had African American guests over for a play date with her daughters, aged 2 and 9.

Victoria Sutton lived in a home in Adairsville, owned by Patricia and Allen McCoy, from August 2017 until December, when she says she moved out over concerns for her and her daughter's safety.

She lived there with her family, including her 2-year-old's father, her 9-year-old daughter and a 19-year-old niece.

According to a lawsuit filed Wednesday by lawyers from the ACLU of Georgia and the law firm Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll, in September, Sutton began inviting a black co-worker with a 5-year-old son to visit so their children could play.

After one of the playdates, the lawsuit says, Allen McCoy knocked on her door and used racial slurs to refer to African Americans.

He called her a "n***** lover," the suit says, and threatened to call Child Protective Services over her having a "n***** on their property."

According to the lawsuit, he told her she had two weeks to move out, adding that he'd previously evicted a woman who'd tried to let an African American person move in with her.

The landlords deny the allegations

Sutton later called her landlords, recording the phone conversation with Patricia McCoy, who told her, "I don't put up with n*****s in my [house], and I don't want them on my property," according to the lawsuit.

Allen McCoy denied the allegations to CNN affiliate WSB and said he wasn't prejudiced. "Some of the best friends I got is colored," he said.

Patricia McCoy also denied that she'd asked Sutton to move out over the race of her guests; rather, she cited damage to bathrooms, walls and doors in their rental property. However, the suit says that photographs of the property showed no such damage.

"Some of my best friends are black," she told WSB.

Sutton now lives in Calhoun, a town about 10 miles north of Adairsville, according to the lawsuit.

The suit alleges that the McCoys broke state and federal laws related to civil rights and fair housing. It is requesting compensation for damages related to emotional distress and the "diversion of resources" in having to move.

Sean J. Young, legal director for the ACLU of Georgia, filed the lawsuit on Sutton's behalf. He told CNN that he hadn't encountered another housing discrimination case in which he felt the evidence was so clear.

"Discriminatory motives are rarely spoken aloud and even more rarely caught on tape," he said. "People who discriminate are almost always able to come up with a neutral-sounding pretext for their discrimination."

He said it was important to work on the case because if the allegations were proved true, "it would be a stark reminder of the injustice that continues to thrive in Georgia today."

Young added that "housing discrimination is one of the most pernicious forms of discrimination today," that it contributes to inequality and that it can serve to limit the long-term dreams and aspirations of its victims.

"Where you live determines how you live," he said
American News / Re: I.C.E. RAIDS
« Last post by Hidden to Guests on 13 July 2019 at 11:53 »
I think they want the raids to happen...  but dont want to look like they support it..  so thats why the dems are acting like goof balls..

You could maybe make a point that the Republicans might want the raids so that Trump can  appease his "base". Gather a very few illegals up to make it look like their trying to do what they said on the campaign trail. As for the Democrats, I'm not sure i agree Brother. I truthfully believe the majority of them want open borders but aren't ready to say that publicly (not sure enough Americans are on board for that yet). The  Dems like the cheap labor (Republicans too) and the other benefits the illegal muds bring them. Like greater numbers on the census for federal aid and the number of representatives in Congress. Not to mention the Spanish speaking mud races also vote around 80% Democrat.
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