In a segment about the Justice Department looking at “Black Identity Extremist” groups, Burley said, “Again it continues to try to undermine and criminalize our leaders in a way that undermines the movement. We saw that with MLK when J. Edgar Hoover wrote letters telling him to commit murder, we saw that when Fred Hampton was actually assassinated by police.”
Celebrated Congressional Black Caucus member, and “legend” Corrine Brown would like Americans to believe that stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from underpriveleged children in her district, and using the money to vacation with her daughter, is not the reason she’s been found guilty of 18 counts of fraud and corruption, it’s because she is black.
Do you want your culture to survive? Then you are a racist and a white supremacist.
The process works like this: First, liberal media outlets instantly parachute in to cover the story from the scene. Live coverage and interviews play on emotions, since the facts are murky at best. Anchors earnestly remind viewers “race is an explosive issue in America.
…three students (one of whom was white) were charged with shoplifting at Gibson’s Food Mart and Bakery. Allyn Gibson was physically assaulted during the shoplifting incident. There seems to be no question of innocence because all three of them pleaded guilty to attempted theft and aggravated trespassing
For daring to call the police and have the thieves prosecuted they were branded as racists. Members of the college faculty, including some of the deans, participated in the protests and supported the campaign against the bakery. But police investigating the racism charges found that 40 people had been arrested for shoplifting there in recent years and only six of them were black.
Imagine if The New York Times published a piece by a conservative academic in which the theme is the author teaching his white children that friendships with black people may not be possible.
The group filmed themselves dousing the statue with red paint and posted the footage to a popular Montreal anarchist website. In a communiqué published beneath the video, the group says they targeted Canada’s first prime minister because he was a “white supremacist.”
Serious question, and it’s one about which I’m genuinely concerned: Are young black people being made to feel that they have no real identity if they can’t claim some sort of racial victim status? Are they being browbeaten into thinking that being strong, independent and happy means you’re “trying to act white” or something along those lines?
Former Oregon Public Broadcasting host Spencer Raymond was inundated with anti-white, racist hate after announcing his candidacy for Portland City Council on Facebook late last month.
Last week we covered the story of a formal Police investigation being launched over the alleged hate crime that recently occurred at Boston College. A crime that was nothing more than the placement of a single poster on campus with the words “Don’t apologize for being white.” Seemingly inspired by this development and the overblown reaction to it. The infamous trolls over at 4chan’s politically incorrect board have just launched a new widespread campaign set to take this poster idea to the next level.
The highlight of the article is where he says we need unlimited third world immigration because anything short of that is bigoted and racist.
The conference is hosted by UCLA’s Institute on Inequality and Democracy, which has urged resistance against President Donald Trump and is led by a professor who has proposed “divesting from whiteness.”
“I will always call on my black women students first,” McKellop wrote on Twitter. “Other POC [people of color] get second tier priority. WW [White women] come next. And, if I have to, white men.”
“My black women students? My black women students”? Doesn’t that smack of racism and implied slavery?
MSNBC political contributor Jason Johnson said on “AM Joy” Saturday that President Trump’s reaction to Puerto Rico was the result of “white nationalist” policy.
Colin Kaepernick started out taking a knee during the national anthem to protest police brutality, but his activism has since expanded to encompass a wide range of leftist causes, including a group named after a convicted cop-killer.
The Colin Kaepernick Foundation donated in April $25,000 to Assata’s Daughters, a Chicago “direct action” resistance organization honoring Assata Shakur, who escaped prison and fled to Cuba after being found guilty in the 1973 murder of Officer Werner Foerster.