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    BLM Terrorists Advocate Killing White People



    Jew Ami Horowitz went to the George Floyd memorial in Minneapolis and asked some BLM terrorists about whether or not they should be killing white people. Perhaps they say his nose and decided they could open up to him about their murderous intentions.



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    Whitman Statue Being Replaced by One of Tribal-Rights Activist Billy Frank Jr.



    In a time of reckoning about historical monuments, Washington state lawmakers found a bipartisan path to change out a prominent statue. A bill signed by Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday begins the process of putting a statue of the late tribal treaty rights activist Billy Frank Jr. in the U.S. Capitol.

    The Frank statue would replace one of Oregon Trail pioneer Marcus Whitman. The larger-than-life bronze of Whitman has stood in the U.S. Capitol’s Statuary Hall for nearly 70 years.

    Each state is allowed to represent itself on Capitol Hill by contributing two bronze or marble historical figures to the national statuary collection.

    “We expect to send our best from the state of Washington to be memorialized in the United States Capitol in Statuary Hall,” said Inslee at the bill signing ceremony. “We can’t send the Nisqually River or Mount Rainier, but we can send Billy Frank Jr.”

    The legislative prime sponsor, Democratic state Rep. Debra Lekanoff, shepherded the bill with a strategy of extolling Frank and never speaking ill of Whitman. Thus, she and her allies avoided antagonizing admirers of the missionary Whitman, whose name adorns landmarks across the Pacific Northwest including many schools, streets, a luxury hotel, a college, a county in Eastern Washington, a national forest in Oregon and a glacier on Mount Rainier.

    “Billy is a new representative of Washington state to tell the history of what we are today and where we will be in the future,” said Lekanoff, who is the sole Native American currently serving in the state House.

    Legislative support to replace the Whitman statue with one of Frank bridged party lines. The vote in the state House of Representatives was 92-5 followed by passage in the state Senate on a 44-5 vote.

    Marcus Whitman and his wife Narcissa helped lead one of the first wagon trains into the Oregon Country in 1836. The establishment of the Whitman Mission in the Walla Walla Valley — followed by his family’s death about a decade later during an attack by a Cayuse band — ushered in waves of additional settlers and then soldiers, all of which upended the lifeways of the indigenous people.

    The newly signed legislation directs the governor to transfer the Whitman statue to Walla Walla County once it is removed from the U.S. Capitol. The county is home to the Whitman Mission National Historic Site. The board of county commissioners will have to decide where to put the statue then.

    The odd thing about the handover provision is that Walla Walla already has an identical copy of the Marcus Whitman statue. It sits outdoors on a pedestal facing Main Street at the edge of the Whitman College campus. As sculpted by Avard Fairbanks, the buckskin-clad missionary and frontier doctor strikes a heroic pose with Bible in one hand and saddlebags in the other.

    The existing Whitman statue in Walla Walla has been repeatedly vandalized with graffiti and red paint and is the target of an ongoing campaign to be removed. An online petition asserts that the monument celebrates “a history of racialized oppression” and is unworthy of civic honor.

    A third copy of the Marcus Whitman statue stands in an alcove inside the Washington State Capitol about 120 feet away from the door to Inslee’s office. The legislation signed by the governor Wednesday is silent about what, if anything, should happen to this monumental casting.

    Lekanoff said she had a follow up bill in mind for a future legislative session which would seek to accomplish a similar statue swap of the buff bronze under the state Capitol dome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodskarl Dubhgall View Post
    https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/sou...t-her-husband/

    Look what we have here; a White guilt slut from the Afrikaner population, opening her legs to atone for Apartheid, burning coal to make a couple of blood diamonds and eulogising this beast after getting what it deserved. "Beauty and the Beast?"
    I don't think she's an Afrikaner, not even sure, if she speaks Afrikaans. Lindsay isn't exactly a typical Afrikaners girls name neither. On social media I don't notice interaction with Afrikaners neither. So I think you hit a blank there. It's not to say that you won't get that kind of slut from an Afrikaner background neither, but the examples are few. There is even sluts that "won't do Blacks", to use their lingo. Her appearance is also more British, average girl - Don't think any of the White sportsmen would consider her. They can get more attractive and especially also more intelligent girls. She seems to be form the mostly English cities like Durban or Cape Town. Dad probably made some money peddling insurance to the gullible and wormed its way up into any of those nouvelle rich companies, who are rife in that kind of cities. They stay in guarded security complexes with mostly White residents and perhaps some Blacks or Indians that stole themselves rich. It was that kind of Joburg upper-class that around 1990 started to revamp their life-styles and tastes around it. Have some token Blacks at the country club, be linked with the new political elite, etc. If you can't beat'em bribe'em. There is a few Afrikaners like that, but even the joiner or more liberal types play those roles as well. The comerce, finance, corporate environments were mostly English in SA. While your small to medium businesses, farming, technical services, infrastructure providers and parastatels were Afrikaner domains, Let alone the police force, army, post-office etc. The average English household earned a third more than your Afrikaner household. And well, their position were more threatened by Blacks for a number of reasons, since they often did blue collar work, while the Brits either did White collar or professional work that requires years of study plus corporate experience to be filled. So what's there to worry about? If SA fails, simply hop to another English-speaking country. Have your bank moves some assets there just to be save.... There is of course more to that attitude and that's pure self-centeredness, which includes not caring how your grand kids going to look like. It reflects with the kids of course. The English always had the reputation of being a bit more loose on things. While Afrikaner youth preferred some romantic relationship first. "Gaan uit" - go out with your girl or boyfriend for a while first. I'd guess a many would marry their High-School-Sweethearts or someone they met at university/college etc. Well, with the Britties it was a bit more loose, more experimenting, if you want. And why not experiment with a rugby player, when you can be PC at the same time. Notably that "fame" goes to some people's head, especially when you are Black with an inferiority complex, White Wife may even be more of an "Ego boost". And well, such people can not stand the feeling of rejection or their take offense from someone. Very finnicky there. Probably what happened at the property where the woman called the cops. The high-mindedness didn't allow to be rebuked by a police officers. Well, assaulting them, can get you killed as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theunissen View Post
    And well, such people can not stand the feeling of rejection or their take offense from someone. Very finnicky there. Probably what happened at the property where the woman called the cops. The high-mindedness didn't allow to be rebuked by a police officers. Well, assaulting them, can get you killed as well.
    https://www.facebook.com/abismithpho...44307745771444

    You're correct about your guess on the Mudshark at least. She says that Honolulu is her hometown and her maiden name was Anderson.

    As for the rest, the YT video commentary alleges that the Dindunuffin was having an affair with a neighbour that turned out in predictable fashion.

    Hawaii has too much of this miscegenation going on, as the situation reminds me of Baraka Hussein Osama bin Biden.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodskarl Dubhgall View Post
    https://www.facebook.com/abismithpho...44307745771444

    You're correct about your guess on the Mudshark at least. She says that Honolulu is her hometown and her maiden name was Anderson.
    ....
    There is Anderson's in South Africa, but the article points out some facts there.
    Lindsay is from Hawaii, she met Lindani in Durban while she was on a world mission trip and he was on a rugby tour. She left for Asia and they kept in touch and their love blossomed. She came back to South Africa and Lindani proposed to her under a giant tree in Empangeni....Lindani plays rugby and sings, Lindsay paints and writes (she has also swum with sharks!). They love to beach together and hangout with friends. They love the outdoors. They love going to church together and learning more about Jesus.
    Sounds like someone from a happy-clappy yuppy church. Why they come to South Africa for "missions" is above my mind. We probably got one of the highest number of churches of any country and it's quite diverse by that. No need for foreign missionaries, really. But if you thought Churches are about faith and redemption of sin, in many cases you are mistaken. There is a special type of churches that caters for the nouvelle riche and some especially target younger people, at university of course, since that's were you can recruit from the 10% most wealthy to be.... Or in connection with sports, since sportsmen aren't only good marketing for cars, beers and fashion labels. It works for churches as well. Not sure what those folks actually bother with. Their primary interests is income, wealth and conspicuous consumption. Guess virtue signalling fits that portfolio somehow as well. It's all about "feeling good" and "being great". Now if someone doesn't buy into this, perhaps snubs one of those.... those folks can't handle rejection. They also can't take any rebuke .... Well and this is what may have lead to the interaction with the cops that "didn't age well". The token Black is dead now. His clit isn't and she makes a lot of noise now... Even got a gofundme-page on this. Allegedly collected close to $20.000 already. For what is above my mind. The cops didn't kill him, "because he was Black", not for his aggression first against people at the house (which is why he can be considered dangerous) and then the cops themselves, which is why he was shot. You'd think it's a clear cut case, but not for those butt-hurt egos.

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    Sign at George Floyd Square gives list of special orders for white visitors



    The square where George Floyd was murdered by ex-Minnesota cop Derek Chauvin now has a sign with special rules for white people.

    The placard at the entrance of George Floyd Square in Minnesota calls it “a sacred space for community, public grief, and protest,” telling visitors to “honor the space as a place to connect and grieve as caring humans.”

    But most of the instructions are listed under five orders “for white people in particular.”

    “Decenter yourself and come to listen, learn, mourn, and witness,” the first bullet points reads, adding, “Remember you are here to support, not to be supported.”

    “Be mindful of whether your volume, pace, and movements are supporting or undermining your efforts to decenter yourself,” the second orders says.

    White visitors are ordered to “seek to contribute to the energy of the space, rather than drain it.”

    “Bring your own process to other white folks so that you will not harm BIPOC,” it says, using an acronym for black, indigenous and people of color.A fourth instruction tells people to use caution taking photos for social media, especially without consent from people in them. It is not clear why that is aimed “in particular” at white people.

    A fourth instruction tells people to use caution taking photos for social media, especially without consent from people in them. It is not clear why that is aimed “in particular” at white people.

    “If you witness white folks doing problematic things, speak up with compassion to take the burden of off [sic] Black folks and our siblings of color whenever appropriate,” the final instruction reads.

    “Seek to engage rather than escalate, so that it can be a learning moment rather than a disruption,” the “welcome” sign ends.

    Images of the sign shared on social media quickly sparked outrage.

    “Imagine what would happen if a 9/11 memorial gave similar instructions to Muslims,” one person tweeted, as many others said it was blatantly racist.

    “Nothing like trying to stir up more trouble! I can’t imagine what would happen if any place had a sign posted with special instructions for black people,” Dorothy Derr said.

    “I thought this was about police brutality,” another person asked.

    Others questioned why it only singled out white people, especially given that not all of the officers charged over Floyd’s death are white.

    “What about mixed, Asian, Indian, Latinos??? And if there are mixed with white which rules do they follow… #askingforafriend,” one person asked.

    However, a woman named Bella insisted the sign was a result of “community efforts consisting of whites as well.”

    “Nothing segregated. I believe if this was vice versa you’d understand. I’m fine with this though,” she wrote.

    Without addressing the parts aimed only at white people, John Meis also noted that the general message “sounds like kind advice for any place of significant historical tragedy.”

    A woman named Bethany called criticism of the note “disheartening.”

    “The sign wouldn’t exist and address the points if there wasn’t disrespect from white people in the square as an ongoing issue,” she claimed.

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    Portland school fears 'evergreens' mascot connotes lynching

    An effort to give a Portland high school a new mascot has been paused due to concerns that the leading candidate connotes lynching.

    A committee of students, staff, and community members elected to replace Ida B. Wells-Barnett High School’s Trojan with an evergreen tree, but when the matter came before the school board, Director Michelle DePass suggested a correlation between the evergreen and a racial history of lynching.

    "I’m wondering if there was any concern with the imagery there, in using a tree ... as our mascot?" DePass asked the renaming and mascot committee during a March 30 meeting, according to the Portland Tribune. "I think everyone comes with blind spots, and I think that might've been a really big blind spot."

    Ida B. Wells-Barnett, an early leader in the civil rights movement who became the namesake of the formerly named Woodrow Wilson High School earlier this year, was a co-founder of the NAACP who wrote and advocated against lynching.

    In February, a mascot survey was sent to students and staff, who submitted 420 different nominations. An evergreen tree became the front-runner.

    "Evergreens are characterized by the life-giving force of their foliage, the strength of their massive trunk, and the depth of their roots — in an individual tree and as a forest of trees," Ellen Whatmore, a teacher and mascot committee member at the high school, said while reading from a resolution. "They provide shelter and sustenance. They have histories that preclude us and will continue in perpetuity after we are no more."

    One committee member said the group discussed how the evergreen could be connected with lynching but still found it to be a positive image.

    "We did talk about it, but we were looking at the symbolism more as a tree of life than a tree of death," Martin Osborne, a committee member who is black, told the school board. "You could certainly take it either way, depending upon your position."

    Osborne noted that lynching trees "typically are not evergreens," and he added that the idea of using evergreens as mascots "had nothing to do with the horrible history of lynching in the United States."

    School Principal Filip Hristic said Wells-Barnett’s family supported the district's move to invoke Ida B. Wells-Barnett’s legacy but was reportedly sympathetic to DePass's concerns.

    "We take this seriously, and I definitely want to follow that commitment to protect, preserve, and promote the legacy of Ida B. Wells," Hristic said, noting that the committee hadn't spoken with Wells-Barnett's family about the mascot.

    DePass encouraged the renaming committee to speak with the late civil rights leader's family members to get their thoughts on the mascot proposal. The school board will take up the mascot vote at its next meeting.

    "Lynching is a really difficult topic to talk about, and as a sole black board member, I invite you, beg you, implore you to join me in disrupting the situations [and] practices that are racist. I can't do this by myself," she said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Verđandi View Post
    An effort to give a Portland high school a new mascot has been paused due to concerns that the leading candidate connotes lynching.

    A committee of students, staff, and community members elected to replace Ida B. Wells-Barnett High School’s Trojan with an evergreen tree, but when the matter came before the school board, Director Michelle DePass suggested a correlation between the evergreen and a racial history of lynching.

    "I’m wondering if there was any concern with the imagery there, in using a tree ... as our mascot?" DePass asked the renaming and mascot committee during a March 30 meeting, according to the Portland Tribune. "I think everyone comes with blind spots, and I think that might've been a really big blind spot."

    Ida B. Wells-Barnett, an early leader in the civil rights movement who became the namesake of the formerly named Woodrow Wilson High School earlier this year, was a co-founder of the NAACP who wrote and advocated against lynching.

    In February, a mascot survey was sent to students and staff, who submitted 420 different nominations. An evergreen tree became the front-runner.

    "Evergreens are characterized by the life-giving force of their foliage, the strength of their massive trunk, and the depth of their roots — in an individual tree and as a forest of trees," Ellen Whatmore, a teacher and mascot committee member at the high school, said while reading from a resolution. "They provide shelter and sustenance. They have histories that preclude us and will continue in perpetuity after we are no more."

    One committee member said the group discussed how the evergreen could be connected with lynching but still found it to be a positive image.

    "We did talk about it, but we were looking at the symbolism more as a tree of life than a tree of death," Martin Osborne, a committee member who is black, told the school board. "You could certainly take it either way, depending upon your position."

    Osborne noted that lynching trees "typically are not evergreens," and he added that the idea of using evergreens as mascots "had nothing to do with the horrible history of lynching in the United States."

    School Principal Filip Hristic said Wells-Barnett’s family supported the district's move to invoke Ida B. Wells-Barnett’s legacy but was reportedly sympathetic to DePass's concerns.

    "We take this seriously, and I definitely want to follow that commitment to protect, preserve, and promote the legacy of Ida B. Wells," Hristic said, noting that the committee hadn't spoken with Wells-Barnett's family about the mascot.

    DePass encouraged the renaming committee to speak with the late civil rights leader's family members to get their thoughts on the mascot proposal. The school board will take up the mascot vote at its next meeting.

    "Lynching is a really difficult topic to talk about, and as a sole black board member, I invite you, beg you, implore you to join me in disrupting the situations [and] practices that are racist. I can't do this by myself," she said.

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    They should go with Rainbow Warriors or Tranny Unicorns. That'd fit in that city/lunatic asylum.
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    William & Mary Renames Three Buildings, History Department That Honored Confederate Supporters

    The College of William & Mary has renamed three buildings and a department that currently honor supporters of the Confederacy, the school’s latest move in a yearslong process to shed references to men who supported the Confederacy, enslavement and racism.

    Instead, the university will honor the school’s first Black student, a man who studied LGBTQ traditions and a descendant of a U.S. president.

    “The past is the past, but how we know it and how we tell it evolves as we learn more and as our community changes,” President Katherine Rowe said at Friday’s board of visitors meeting.

    But one member of the board and the university’s student government president criticized the university for not removing every name that honors an enslaver and not moving fast enough.

    “I’m going to have a problem with racism on this campus until we eliminate all of it, and I don’t think we’re eliminating all of it,” Brian Woolfolk told his fellow board members.

    William & Mary will rename dormitory Taliaferro Hall for Hulon L. Willis Sr., who was the first Black student to enroll at William & Mary, graduating in 1956. William Booth Taliaferro was rector of the university and a general in the Confederate Army.

    The academic building known as Morton Hall, named for a former chair of the history department who defended segregation, will now be called John E. Boswell Hall. A gay man, Boswell studied LGBTQ people and traditions during the medieval period. He graduated from William & Mary in 1969.

    Another academic building, Tyler Hall, will be called Chancellors’ Hall, its former name, which honors the school’s chancellors, a ceremonial position. The eponyms for Tyler Hall were John Tyler, the 10th U.S. president who was named to the Confederate States Congress shortly before his death, and Lyon Gardiner Tyler, the president’s son, who defended the Confederacy.

    William Tyler, the great-grandson of the president, said his family wasn’t involved when the building was named for his ancestors, and he doesn’t object to the renaming.

    These three new building names come after William & Mary’s move last year to rename Maury Hall and Trinkle Hall, which were named for a Confederate naval officer and a Virginia governor who signed Jim Crow legislation.

    The board also voted to rename the Lyon Gardiner Tyler Department of History. Lyon Tyler, who was a president of William & Mary, wrote in 1929 “A Confederate Catechism,” which defended the South’s position in the Civil War.

    So far, William & Mary has identified 51 former employees or board members who were slave owners. Many of their names still appear on university streets, awards, plaques and buildings, said Anthony Joseph, the school’s student government president, who is Black. {snip}

    Joseph told the board of visitors on Friday that there was more work to be done and that the university needed to “work faster.”

    “Don’t allow the shadow of our past to continue to grow,” he told the board.

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