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American News / Re: Illinois News
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A 67-year-old man has been charged with a felony hate crime after police say he yelled expletives at a motorcyclist he cut off in traffic, told him to go back to his country and chased him with an ice pick. Joseph L. Zens, of the 37100 block of North Shirley Drive in incorporated Gurnee, was arrested Wednesday following the road rage incident and assault near Gurnee, authorities said.

To paraphrase what I have been told and read re Black on White Crime: White people just would not do that without good reason. The Mexican fellow must have first done something horrific for a White man to behave like that. The Mexican fellow must have said something that was racist.

Let a "Whitish" looking person get into an altercation with a nigger or mud race and the judicial system wants to add a hate crime charge. Let a nigger or mud do the same altercation against a White and race seems to be a non issue.

All too true.

I don't know how many times I've been in that situation going back even to my pre-teen years as a child. Just this weekend, there was a pack of drunken Abo Australians going through the park next to my home. Fighting and arguing with each other, one called another a "F**ken' White Dog!", which to non-Whites in Australia is the worst possible insult.

For myself, I've been kicked unconscious and even a genuine attempted murder, all while being told repeatedly that I'm a "F**ken' White Dog!/F**ken' White C*nt!" And every time coppers got involved - although I never called them - even though I was the victim, the police or courts sided with the nigger. Every bloody time! Even the attempted murder charge was dropped because White people are Racist.

As for that last, I'll kill that Black bastard if I ever see it again! Not because I plan to kill it just for the fun, but because it is an animal that hates White people and believes it has been given a free ticket to murder me, and so I'll be forced into a fight to the death because of the actions JOG race-traitors.

THAT'S how those animals think. Just say the word Racist and they believe they can get away with murder. When a Jew or a race-traitor White in authority acknowledges that Whitey is a Racist, the sub-human nigger trash believes it will be rewarded for Killing Whitey.

"Hate has absolutely no place in Lake County. Being victimized because of the color of one's skin, ancestry, religion, sexual orientation, or any other protected classification is completely unacceptable," Lake County Sheriff John Idleburg said. "We will always be there to stand up for the victims of crime - just as long as they are not WHITE."
… is how that should have read if the MSM and that copper were being honest.

All judges, senior police, politicians and journalists need hanged.

Cailen.
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Downunder News / Re: Stop the Asian Invasion: Chinky Investors Buying Australia - Politicians 4 Sale
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7369139/Australia-warned-bolster-military-presence-End.html

Australia has been warned its northern borders are exposed to attack amid an increasingly aggressive Chinese military presence in the Pacific.

The Australian Strategic Policy Institute and the United States Studies Centre both issued assessments that a shortage of personnel and equipment in the Northern Territory is an urgent concern. 

The security experts have pointed to 'serious threats emerging with disconcerting rapidity' in the region to the north of the country

Defence Force numbers in the northern Territory are at an 11-year low the Australian Strategic Policy Institute report says, according to The Australian.

The US Studies Centre report, to be released on Monday, adds that America no longer 'enjoys military primacy in the Indo-Pacific­' and that its capacity to 'uphold a favourable balance of power is increasingly uncertain'.

The reports call for targeted funding in the north of the country as a way to combat China's military expansion.

Author of the ASPI report Dr John Coyne argues the Northern Territory should be Australia's forward operating military base so that the country could be in a 'state of readiness to support a range of ­defence contingencies with little advance warning

The area is already used for joint US and Australian military exercises.

Since 2012 more than 6,800 US Marines have served in Darwin alongside ADF personnel with another 2,500 expected this year.

Defence experts have also criticised Australia spending $50billion on a dozen lethal new military submarines - saying the move may actually leave the country exposed to an attack.

The Government has inked a deal with French defence contractor Naval Group to deliver 12 variants of their Shortfin Barracuda submarines - with construction to start as early as next year.

The decision to build the submarines is a mistake and would leave Australia vulnerable to attacks - particularly from China, Professor of strategic studies at Australian National University Hugh White said

Professor White was a senior Department of Defence official and also held top adviser roles for Bob Hawke and former defence minister Kim Beazley.

'Neither side of politics is taking China's challenge seriously, and even if they do, they are saying we should cling more tightly to the US,' Prof White said, according to news.com.au.

'My argument is I don't think US support is a durable solution. I think it's likely the US will eventually withdraw from Asia

He argues in a new book titled 'How to Defend Australia' that as China becomes the dominant player in East Asia, the federal government needs a different strategy.

'In a new Cold War, Americans would have to ask whether saving Taiwan from China - and preserving US leadership in Asia - would be worth losing Los Angeles and Seattle,' he says in the book

Prof White says Australia needs to think about how it is going to defend itself in an Asia that is no longer dominated by America.

China, a nuclear capable power, is pouring money into its military at an alarming rate and has not shied away from flexing it muscle - particularly in the South China Sea.

Prof White believes 'sea denial' is the most efficient way to defend Australia - a tactic which involves seeking out and sinking enemy ships before they enter our waters. 

This also prevents land based attacks because ships are the only way an aggressor could transport the huge amount of equipment and troops needed to launch an attack on an island nation the size of Australia.

This tactic would require a very different Navy from the one Australia has today - and also the one it is building.

We are currently finishing construction on three new Air Warfare Destroyers and have a plan to build 12 new warships as part of the Future Frigates program.

He believes warships roles in maritime conflicts are changing - with them being most useful for transporting cargo and troops

The majority of actual warfare, he states, will be carried out by submarines, drones, aircraft, satellites and long-range missiles.

He argues the government has no coherent strategy in the naval investments it has been making in the last decade.

Even the new Shortfin Barracuda submarines are a mistake he claims.

The technical difficulty of the project means the last of the 12 submarines would not be delivered until 2050 - leaving Australia without any submarines once the Collins class are retired at the end of the 2020s.

He believes a fleet of about 32 submarines is needed as soon as possible to attack any ships that threatened Australia as they entered choke points around the country

Foreign Minister Marise Payne insists her government is leading an 'informed conversation' on Australia's relationship with China.

The assurance comes as Labor urges Senator Payne and Prime Minister Scott Morrison to ensure they are leading a 'sensible, calm and mature discussion' on the topic.

Labor foreign affairs spokeswoman Penny Wong has written to Senator Payne, saying a quality discussion is particularly important as Australia's relationship with China has entered a 'new phase'.

'Challenges may intensify and become harder to manage in the future,' Senator Wong wrote in a letter sent on Sunday.

The opposition also wants a 'detailed and comprehensive briefing' on the topic prepared for all federal parliamentarians, by agencies such as the department of foreign affairs and office of national intelligence.

'It is the job of all parliamentarians to protect and advance Australia's national interest. Being well briefed is the first step,' Senator Wong said.

The letter comes after Liberal backbencher Andrew Hastie recently likened the global response to China's rise to Europe's lack of preparedness for the rise of Nazi Germany.

Mr Hastie, who chairs the intelligence and security committee, drew a mixed reaction from his coalition colleagues and condemnation from Beijing.

Senator Payne says the Morrison government is already leading an 'informed conversation' on foreign affairs, including on key bilateral relationships like Australia's relationship with China.

'The prime minister and I regularly address these complex issues. We have steadfastly avoided politicisation of these matters,' she told AAP in a statement.

The relationship is mutually beneficial but that does not mean ignoring differences, she added.
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Downunder News / Re: Stop the Asian Invasion: Chinky Investors Buying Australia - Politicians 4 Sale
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https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/world/fake-chinese-police-car-is-spotted-driving-around-perth-and-scaring-locals-who-fear-theyre-being-spied-on-but-cops-wont-do-anything-about-it/ar-AAFPE4l


Fake Chinese police car is spotted driving around Perth and scaring locals who fear they're being SPIED on - but cops won't do anything about it





Check the original link. Can’t copy a lot of text here. This is getting bloody stupid!


https://news.google.com/articles/CAIiEFt5Vqg4DKmNHQakK6wXxAsqFggEKg4IACoGCAow3vI9MPeaCDDciw4?hl=en-AU&gl=AU&ceid=AU%3Aen

Australian universities are not doing enough to combat the influence of China's ruling Communist Party, a group of Federal Government backbenchers has warned

The comments follow recent pro-Beijing rallies staged in several Australian cities against Hong Kong's democracy movement — rallies which were praised by Chinese Government-controlled media — and come just days after Liberal MP Andrew Hastie warned about China's activities.

Fellow Liberal MP Tim Wilson, who also sits on Parliament's powerful Intelligence Committee, said there was strong potential for foreign interference on Australian campuses to shut down various views

"Many MPs have a concern about Australian university campuses and whether they're both a bastion for free speech, which they need to be, but more critically the role that foreign influences like the Confucius Institutes are having — any influence over curriculum and of course the influence of foreign governments on protests," Mr Wilson told ABC Radio.

"What we know is that around the world the influence of embassies and consulates from foreign governments can sometimes be an influence for domestic protests and we have to make sure that isn't occurring."

Queensland LNP senator Amanda Stoker said she believed universities were battling through a "crisis of leadership" on foreign influence.

"[There is a] reluctance in their administrations to defend the rights of non-CCP [Chinese Communist Party]-aligned students who dare to speak out against Beijing," she said.

"It is legitimate to ask questions about how China came to have so much influence in these institutions."

Government taking foreign interference 'incredibly seriously'

Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan played down suggestions of a leadership crisis among universities, insisting the Government was taking foreign interference "incredibly seriously“
"These are issues that have emerged over the last few years, they are ones which require careful consideration," Mr Tehan told Sky News.

"But I must say, the engagement I have had with the sector, they understand how important this is that we get it right."

Labor's foreign affairs spokeswoman Penny Wong said the issue should be dealt with by the Government executive rather than outspoken backbenchers.

"We in Australia do support freedom of speech and we also support a right of peaceful protest," she told ABC's Insiders.

"We would expect people in Australia are entitled to exercise those rights if they do so peacefully and that they are free from intimidation

Senator Wong said Labor would request urgent briefings about the relationship on China from the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Office of National Intelligence to help inform public debate.

"I think we're at the point where the relationship is more complex, also more consequential," she said.

"It matters to us and we should have a much more sensible and mature discussion about how we make it work for us."


https://www.theage.com.au/world/asia/anti-hong-kong-protest-in-sydney-marred-by-ugly-confrontation-20190817-p52i4f.html

An anti-Hong Kong democracy rally turned ugly in Sydney's CBD on Saturday, with protesters shouting jingoistic slogans and two men escorted away under police protection after they were confronted by rally attendees.

The protesters, most of them believed to be migrants from mainland China, attended the rally to support Beijing’s policies in Hong Kong. The group gathered at Belmore Park about noon and marched to Sydney Town Hall, chanting "long live China", with attendance estimates varying from 200 to 3000.

During the protest, an elderly man holding a sign supporting freedom in Hong Kong was escorted away by police after being surrounded and verbally abused by mainland protesters. "He’s being protected by the police, otherwise we’d beat him to death," a woman said in Mandarin as others cursed at him "Traitor! Traitor!"

A man holding a Taiwanese flag was confronted by rally attendees at the tail end of the event and appeared to be grabbed around the neck by another man before he fell to the ground. Police later broke up the fracas and escorted the man to safety
Police said one person at the rally was taken into custody to prevent a breach of the peace and was released without charge.

A Sydney resident who attended the rally but did not give his name, said: "Only one incident occurred where someone tried to spread disinformation but they were kicked out by the Chinese community."

It comes after two men were moved on from protests in Melbourne today and scuffles broke out between pro and anti-democracy protesters in that city on Friday night.

During the rally, the crowd named individual student leaders in Hong Kong and called for a crackdown. The crowd cheered: "Those in Hong Kong who don’t love HK, get the f--- out! If you don’t love China, you’re our enemy! Isolate them! Get the f--- out!" In response, someone shouted: "Hong Kong separatists are c---s!"

Many who participated in the rally were well-dressed young students angered by the protests in Hong Kong and reactions in Australia. They dubbed their rally "Hong Kong No Riot", holding pictures of what they called "riots" in Hong Kong and condemned those in Australia who support the "rioters".

The organisers, including a man named Liang Junshen (Jack) who said he was a former university student in Sydney, took weeks to purchase the Chinese flags and design posters. However, a group on WeChat (a Chinese messaging app) where participants were mobilised was taken down days before the rally following heated political discussions that triggered concerns from Chinese censors. Mr Liang said he was in meetings with other leaders of the rally, but denied that they had any political affiliations or was connected to Chinese officials.

Familiar faces from previous pro-China protests were at today's rally: a young Chinese couple who spoke at the rally had attempted to disrupt a talk at Sydney University earlier this year about China’s mass detention of the Uighur people.

Another protester who told the crowd "if you are a separatist, I wish death upon your father", played an active role in another pro-China rally in 2017 that was reportedly organised by the Chinese consulate in Sydney.

If it’s going to be like this both Hong Kong and Chinese factions should be deported so they can fight and break the law in their own countrie/s not ours!!!! Got nothing to do with us!
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General News / Re: "THAT'S RACIST!" The Incessant Scream from MSM ...
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https://www-m.cnn.com/2019/08/17/us/lynchings-racism-new-era-blake/index.html?r=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cnn.com%2Fus

Why El Paso and other recent attacks in the US are modern-day lynchings

By John Blake, CNN
Updated at 6:44 PM ET, Sat August 17, 2019

(CNN) — Carol Anderson was scanning Twitter recently when she saw something that brought back a chilling memory.

Someone asked Latina women if they had changed the way they acted in public after a white man allegedly targeting Mexicans was arrested for gunning down 22 people in an El Paso Walmart. One woman said she no longer speaks Spanish when out alone, checks store exits and now feels like a marked person when among whites.

"The hate feels like a ball in my stomach, and a rope around my neck," the woman said.

For Anderson, the allusion to lynching wasn't just a metaphor. It was personal. She had an uncle who was almost lynched in the early 20th century for standing up to a white man in an Oklahoma store. She also is a historian who wrote about the lynching era in her book,"White Rage."

She says the white men who are driving a surge in white supremacist violence in places like El Paso today are sending the same message to nonwhite Americans that their counterparts did in the lynching era: You will never be safe wherever you go.

The Latino victims of the El Paso massacre were reportedly targeted because of their ethnicity.

"The thing about the lynching era was the capriciousness of it -- no space was safe," says Anderson, an African-American studies professor at Emory University in Atlanta.

"Folks of color were never at ease. You're looking all the time. You're wondering. Is this a place I can go? You could be walking down the street or in a store or you could be sitting on your front porch and you could get killed."

The term lynching evokes images of a bygone era: black men dangling grotesquely from trees, Southern whites posing proudly by charred bodies, Billie Holiday singing "Strange Fruit."

But Anderson and others warn that many of the same elements that spawned the lynching era are stirring once again in America. One commentator even described the El Paso shooter as "a lynch mob of one."

The result, Anderson says, is that more Americans -- Latinos, blacks, Muslims, Jews, anyone not seen as white enough -- are now experiencing the same fear of being murdered at random in public that their relatives faced during the lynching era.

"It is tiring. It is ridiculous. It is infuriating," she says.

Here are three parallels between the white supremacists of the lynching era -- roughly the late 19th century through the 1960s -- and today:

Both are driven by the same fear

There's a perception that lynch mobs were motivated by mindless violence. But they were primarily driven by fear.

White supremacists were afraid of losing their dominance and being replaced by blacks in positions of power throughout the South.

"It's a weapon of terror to say to the people you're attacking that you don't belong in the mainstream of our society, and we want you to stay back," says Gibson Stroupe, co-author of "Passionate for Justice: Ida B. Wells as Prophet for Our Time," a biography of the most famous anti-lynching crusader.

The lynching memorial in Montgomery, Alabama, was created in part to honor thousands of lynching victims who had been lost to history.

"You shouldn't have political rights, make demands on white people, and shouldn't have the same rights in courts."

One of the biggest fears of the lynching era revolved around sex -- white paranoia about black men doing to white women what white men had been doing to black women for years. White supremacists were obsessed with being replaced on a biological level and fixated on the notion of black men raping white women and creating a ''mongrel race."

Modern-day racists are also voicing fears about being replaced.

The white supremacists marching in Charlottesville in 2017 chanted, "You will not replace us,"and "Jews will not replace us." The Texas man suspected in the EL Paso shooting posted a document online saying he was "defending my country from cultural and ethnic replacement."

Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh was recently criticized for saying Central America immigrants would "dilute and eventually eliminate or erase" what's distinct about American culture.

And the white supremacists of the lynching era were actually starting to be replaced -- at least briefly -- on a political level.

A dizzying set of reforms, called Reconstruction, briefly transformed the South after the Civil War. Newly freed slaves gained the right to vote, own property, and get elected to offices once reserved for white men. Two African-Americans were elected to the Senate in the late 19th century, and over 600 served in state legislatures and as judges and sheriffs.

Random racial terror was one of the ways white supremacists seized power.

An anti-lynching protest in 1946. The fear that blacks felt during the lynching era is being shared by many nonwhites today.

White supremacists often went after people who were political leaders in a community: ministers, union organizers and people with wealth and property who could inspire others to demand their civil and economic rights, according to a report from the Equal Justice Initiative, a nonprofit group behind the recent opening of the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, which is dedicated to the victims of lynching.

"Each lynching sent messages to blacks: Do not register to vote. Do not apply for a white man's job, according to one essay on the Jim Crow era.

It was racial politics by other means -- like today, Anderson says.

When elected leaders suppress votes, engage in partisan gerrymandering or decimate unions, they are doing what white supremacists did during the lynching era: trying to keep nonwhites in a subordinate position, Anderson says.

"Most of the lynchings were about black people who didn't know 'their place,' '' Anderson says. "They didn't get off the sidewalk when a white person was walking toward them. They looked directly at a white person instead of (at) their feet. They didn't show the proper level of deference -- 'place' was absolutely essential."

Both use the same language to dehumanize their victims

Dylann Roof, the white supremacist who murdered nine people in 2015 in a Charleston, South Carolina church, said he did it because blacks are prone to violence and white people were "being murdered daily in the streets."

This is a common theme of white supremacy -- reducing nonwhites to a subhuman level through language.

It's why critics point out the dangers of commentators and politicians referring to an "invasion" by Central American immigrants. It's why people criticized President Trump for calling some Mexican immigrants "rapists." USA Today recently published a storyexamining the language Trump uses to describe immigrants -- terms like "predator," "killer," and "animal" -- at his rallies.

The white supremacists of the lynching era used similar language to describe blacks. But they also went after other victims: Latinos were lynched, as were Chinese laborers and Jews.

Black men were a fixation, though. They were described as brutes, animalistic, rapists. One writer described the typical black man as "a monstrous beast, crazed with lust."

An estimated 4,700 people were murdered by lynching between 1882 and 1968, according to the NAACP.

Dylann Roof gunned down nine people at a historic African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina, saying he wanted to start a race war.

They weren't only hanged. They were also shot, tortured, burned alive or beaten to death by mobs.

Random racial terror is what defined lynchings -- not a noose.

The cruelty is still hard to comprehend. Lynch mobs mutilated bodies and collected body parts as souvenirs -- all while taking pictures of the corpses and sending them as postcards to friends.

Stroupe, though, understands some of that hatred. He once absorbed some of it. He grew in a white family in segregated Arkansas during the lynching era. Today he is a civil rights activist who leads anti-racism workshops and previously led an interracial church that was recognized by Time magazine and the Christian Science Monitor for its work against racism.

But he remembers how he was taught when he was young to think of nonwhites.

"My earlier memory was that people of dark skin were not human beings like us," he says. "I was inculcated with it. We felt like lynching was like killing a dog. I hate to say it that way. It wasn't like we thought we were killing another human being. I never participated in it but I understood that black people had to be put and kept in their place because they couldn't do life like we could."

Both are encouraged by the same type of political leaders

He was a racist in the White House whose words empowered white supremacists and enraged civil rights leaders.

We're talking, of course, about Woodrow Wilson, the 28th President of the United States.

Wilson helped revive the Ku Klux Klan by praising one of the most racist movies ever made, "The Birth of a Nation." The film portrayed black lawmakers who came to power in the late 19th-century South as buffoonish, dim-witted men lusting after white women. The KKK was depicted as heroes.

Woodrow Wilson, the 28th President of the United States.

"It's like writing history with lightning," he reportedly said of the film. "My only regret is that it is all so terribly true."

In celebrating the film Wilson endorsed its message "that black people were not able to have political power and needed white people to put them in their place," Stroupe says. "Like the President we have now, he sort of encouraged white supremacy."

Other politicians weren't much better. The NAACP and other groups spent decades urging federal lawmakers to pass anti-lynching laws. Congress debated more than 200 anti-lynching bills in the first half of the 20th century without passing any. Opponents of the bills often described them as an infringement on states' rights.

The Senate finally passed a law making lynching a federal crime -- last year.

Politicians then and now "feigned helplessness" when asked to stop white-supremacist violence or changed the subject, Anderson says.

"You had this crazy kind of both-siderism," she says. "So that when anti-lynching bills were coming through Congress, you would have Southern Democrats like James Byrnes out of South Carolina saying things like, 'Yeah what about murders in New York City? What about the violence in the North?' Stop me if this sounds familiar."

Eleven people were killed during an October 2018 mass shooting at the Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh.

Today many Republican leaders have been criticized by those who say they enable white supremacist violence by refusing to confront race-based domestic terrorism or condemn Trump for his racist statements.

These white politicians are as morally bankrupt as overt racists because they know better but do nothing, Stroupe says.

"It's why Trump doesn't do it now -- that's where the votes are," he says. "Even if they didn't believe in white supremacy, they weren't going to lose votes over it."

The kind of America people want?

It's hard to imagine the random racial terror from the lynching era ever becoming routine again. But maybe it already has.

One former white nationalist told The Atlantiche is shocked to see the impact of racist thinking on American popular culture. And he said the worst is yet to come.

A rally after the El Paso shooting. Many Latinos now say they fear no public space is safe for them.

"I never thought we would have a social and political climate that really kind of brought it to the foreground," Christian Picciolini told an interviewer. "Because it's starting to seem less like a fringe ideology and more like a mainstream ideology."

In the past two years white supremacists have killed Muslim students in a North Carolina apartment, Jewish worshippers in a Pittsburgh synagogue and a South Asian man in a Kansas bar. And, of course, there's the recent shooting in El Paso. It's getting hard to keep up.

Anderson believes such violence will keep happening if Trump is re-elected.

"If he gets in power again it sends the signal that this is the kind of America that people wanted," she says.

The long-standing debate over gun violence mirrors the epic battle to pass an anti-lynching law in Congress.

If that kind of America sounds far-fetched, consider another tweet that showed up on the thread Anderson noticed. When a Latina woman was asked how her life changed after El Paso, she responded with two words: "Mississippi, Goddamn."

That's the name of a fiery protest song written during the lynching era by the black singer Nina Simone.

She sang:

Can't you see it

Can't you feel it

It's all in the air

I can't stand the pressure much longer...

Lord have mercy on this land of mine

We all gonna get it in due time

I don't belong here.

I don't belong there.

I've even stopped believing in prayer.

Simone wrote that song in part to protest the murder of four black girls by white supremacists in a Birmingham, Alabama, church. She wrote it in 1964, near the end of the lynching era.

Yet for many Americans who hear those words today, here is an awful thought:

She could have written that song yesterday.
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American News / Re: Illinois News
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Great plan Illinois!  Change the requirements of becoming a teacher, so that the dumber niggers and mud races can teach our White Children. Sounds like a great way to continue ruining the institution of learning for our children, just so you can make it easier for less intelligent coloreds a job.

https://patch.com/illinois/across-il/il-says-bye-basic-skills-test-barrier-teachers-color

IL Says Bye To Basic Skills Test, Barrier For Teachers Of ColorAmid an ongoing teacher shortage, Illinois will scrap a basic skills test that it has long required aspiring teachers to pass.

By Chalkbeat, News Partner
Aug 9, 2019 3:10 pm ET

Amid an ongoing teacher shortage, Illinois will scrap a basic skills test that it has long required aspiring teachers to pass but that critics have argued poses a barrier to candidates of color.

Instead, the state will assume that teacher hopefuls will have learned basic skills in their teacher prep programs.

Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed legislation Wednesday abolishing the test, part of an omnibus education bill sponsored by Sen. Andy Manar, D-Decatur.

The new law will free up 246 pending license applications from candidates who had failed to pass the basic skills test, according to the Illinois State Board of Education's press release. Backers see the law as a way to help alleviate the teacher shortage. Last school year, Illinois started the year with 1,400 unfilled teacher classroom positions.

The law also removes the prohibition on paying student teachers. And it reimburses the cost of one licensing test for educators who teach for a year in certain districts like Chicago that the state considers underfunded, if the General Assembly appropriates funds to do so.

Illinois has required would-be teachers to pass three exams covering their knowledge in the subject they teach, their classroom practices, and their basic skills in math and reading.

The third exam has proven to be a stumbling block for aspiring teachers of color.

State education chief Carmen Ayala, who has promised to focus her work on the state board on equity, applauded the removal of the test.

"The test of basic skills did not advance teacher effectiveness," Ayala said. "Rather, it created a financial and practical barrier that prevented highly skilled and passionate potential teachers from beginning their careers in Illinois."

The Chicago Teachers Union favored abolishing the test, which "disproportionately kept black and Latinx candidates out the profession, at a time when teachers of color are sorely needed," said Stacy Davis Gates, the union's political director.

Statewide, 83 percent of teachers are white, a proportion that has dropped only 2 percentage points in the past decade, even as the student body has become more diverse. Black and Hispanic teachers make up about 6% each, and Asian teachers 1.5%. About three in four candidates for teaching positions in the state identifies as white.

In Chicago about 52% of teachers are white. The percentage of black teachers is declining, and the percentage of Latino teachers has climbed slightly in recent years. Black and Latino students make up 37% and 47% percent of Chicago Public Schools students, respectively.

Bills that would abolish the state charter commission and that would allow retired Chicago teachers to work longeras substitutes also await the governor's signature, but Pritzker has not indicated whether or not he will sign them into law.
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American News / Re: Illinois News
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Let a "Whitish" looking person get into an altercation with a nigger or mud race and the judicial system wants to add a hate crime charge. Let a nigger or mud do the same altercation against a White and race seems to be a non issue.

https://patch.com/illinois/libertyville/road-rage-incident-leads-hate-crime-charge

Road Rage Ice Pick Assault Leads To Hate Crime Charge: A man is accused of telling a motorcyclist to go back to his country and then chasing him with an ice pick.

By Amie Schaenzer, Patch StaffAug 15, 2019 10:10 am ET | Updated Aug 15, 2019 5:22 pm ET

LAKE COUNTY, IL — A 67-year-old man has been charged with a felony hate crime after police say he yelled expletives at a motorcyclist he cut off in traffic, told him to go back to his country and chased him with an ice pick. Joseph L. Zens, of the 37100 block of North Shirley Drive in incorporated Gurnee, was arrested Wednesday following the road rage incident and assault near Gurnee, authorities said.


Arrested for being White: 67 Year-Old Joseph L. Zens

At around 11:35 a.m. Wednesday, the Lake County Sheriff's Office received a 911 call from a man who said he was traveling north on North Delany Road in the area of Sunset Avenue in incorporated Gurnee on his motorcycle when a 2009 Hyundai SUV abruptly changed lanes, cutting him off, according to a news release. The man noted he had a Mexican flag displayed on his motorcycle.

The motorcyclist tried to obtain the license plate and a vehicle description when the SUV pulled onto West Meyer Road. The driver parked and got out of his vehicle, authorities said.

The driver, later identified as Zens, then began yelling racist, anti-Mexican slurs and expletives at the motorcyclist, telling him to go back to his country, police said. He proceeded to retrieve an ice pick from his vehicle and chased the motorcyclist with it, continuing to yell slurs and expletives.

The man was able to get onto his motorcycle and move away before being struck with the ice pick, according to authorities, and then he called 911.

Deputies responded to Zens's home where they found an ice pick in his SUV. He was arrested and charged with one felony count of a hate crime and misdemeanor aggravated assault.

If convicted on both charges, he could face up to four years in prison. Zens is being held on a $15,000 bail.

"Hate has absolutely no place in Lake County. Being victimized because of the color of one's skin, ancestry, religion, sexual orientation, or any other protected classification is completely unacceptable," Lake County Sheriff John Idleburg said. "We will always be there to stand up for the victims of crime."
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General News / Re: "THAT'S RACIST!" The Incessant Scream from MSM ...
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https://www.10news.com/news/fact-or-fiction/fact-or-fiction-woman-offers-babysitting-for-white-kids-only

(KGTV) - Did a woman really post a flier offering her services as a babysitter for "white kids only?

No.

While the flier says Debra Allen, it actually shows a picture of an Oregon woman named Amber Lee Hughes.

She told the "Eugene Weekly" that it was likely an ex-boyfriend who created the fake flier.

Hughes says the blowback from the flier has forced her to change her phone number.

She says not only is she not racist, she doesn't even work as a babysitter any more.

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American News / Re: Antifa Out of Control/Anti-Fascism is Terrorism
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https://www-m.cnn.com/2019/08/17/us/portland-protests-saturday/index.html?r=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cnn.com%2Fus

Portland protests wind down after 13 arrested and six injured

By Dakin Andone and Steve Almasy, CNN
Updated at 10:07 PM ET, Sat August 17, 2019

(CNN) — More than a dozen people were arrested Saturday and six others were injured as left-wing anti-fascist demonstrators spent hours counter-protesting against a rally by far-right and extremist groups.

Thirteen people were detained for a variety of charges including disorderly conduct, interfering with police, unlawful use of a weapon, and possession of a weapon on the park, Police Chief Danielle Outlaw said.

Police seized several weapons, including knives, metal and wood poles, chemical spray, and a stun gun, Outlaw said.

It was unclear which groups those arrested were affiliated with.

Outlaw said one person who was injured during the day's events was taken to a hospital. Four other people with minor injuries were evaluated on scene, the chief said.

Saturday's demonstrations came after days of Portland authorities condemning hate and warning residents to stay home as far-right groups planned a rally aimed at putting an "end to domestic terrorism," with a particular focus on Antifa extremist groups.

There were fears the rally could prompt violent clashes between both a smattering of right-wing extremists and Antifa counterdemonstrators, like those the city has seen in recent years.

More than 700 law enforcement officers worked to keep the opposing groups separate, Lt. Tina Jones said. There were some "limited interactions between individuals."

Police also had several encounters with demonstrators, Outlaw said, including one where an officer used PepperBalls, which disperses pepper spray after it hits something.

Saturday morning, before events in Portland had gotten underway, President Donald Trump said "major consideration" was being given to designating Antifa an "organization of domestic terror." He added, "Portland is being watched very closely. Hopefully the Mayor will be able to properly do his job."

Major consideration is being given to naming ANTIFA an “ORGANIZATION OF TERROR.” Portland is being watched very closely. Hopefully the Mayor will be able to properly do his job!

Mayor Ted Wheeler responded to the President's tweet in an interview with CNN Saturday, saying, "My job today is to be heads down and focused on maintaining the public safety here in Portland, Oregon. I'm focused on what's going on the ground here in my community."

"And frankly, it's not helpful," Wheeler added. "This is a potentially dangerous and volatile situation, and adding to that noise doesn't do anything to support or help the efforts that are going on here in Portland."
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Downunder News / Re: Australian Import Mud Crime
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It’s just all too common now these disgraceful African Chimp outs! :-\ ::)

“You can take the nigger out of the jungle, but you can’t take the jungle out of the nigger”!
Quote by Ben Klassen - Survival of the White Race (1976 Audio Recording)
https://creativityalliance.com/ca-tv/survival-of-the-white-race-1976
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Positive Activism / Re: Mass Mailing - Music Contest
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