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    Another venerable institution of former higher education sh#%ng on the Old Dominion's history and heritage in the name of idiotic marxist revisionism. *yawn*
    "Almost every name belongs to well-known families of English stock....these soldiers were of ancient American lineage"- Prof. N.S. Shaler on the 1st Kentucky "Orphan" Brigade, Confederate States Army

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    BLM Protesters Rally for ‘Victim,’ Leave After Learning He Was White



    Black Lives Matter protesters in Minnesota dropped to a knee and set off to march over a fatal police shooting — only to return when they learned it was a white carjacker who had fired at police, according to reports.

    Dozens of people protesting outside Gov. Tim Walz’s mansion in St. Paul on Sunday were filmed by Fox 9 reporter Mitti Hicks as they knelt for a moment of silence over initial rumors about Sunday’s 3 p.m. fatal shooting.

    The man who was killed is believed to be a white man in his 20s who had stolen a car from a woman at gunpoint — then repeatedly shot at cops as they chased him, Burnsville police said.

    The BLM marchers, riled by the local police-involved deaths of George Floyd and Daunte Wright, soon appeared to get word that the latest shooting was not one fit for protest.

    The protesters turned back and instead headed to Brooklyn Center — the city where Wright died — “because they need more information about what happened in Burnsville first,” Hicks said in an update

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    Most Satisfied with Chauvin Verdict, but Partisans Divide

    More than three-quarters of Americans say they are satisfied with the guilty verdict in the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd last spring in Minneapolis, according to a CNN Poll conducted by SSRS. Just 16% are dissatisfied with the outcome.

    But expectations for changes to the way Black people and other racial and ethnic minorities are treated in American society following the verdict are mixed (53% say they are likely, 43% unlikely), and most (55%) say their view of the nation’s criminal justice system is unchanged by the verdict. And the survey finds sharp divisions by party in views on the verdict and policing.

    The widest gap in satisfaction with the verdict comes along partisan lines. While 97% of Democrats and 77% of independents express satisfaction with the outcome, just 53% of Republicans feel the same way. Divides by race, age or gender are less stark. Black adults are broadly satisfied with the outcome (95%), but broad majorities of Latinos (78%) and Whites (74%) are as well. Women (81%) express more satisfaction than men (73%), and there are no significant differences by age.

    According to the poll, most Americans, 53%, say that policing in America today needs major changes or a complete overhaul. Only 14% say policing works pretty well as it is and 32% say it needs minor changes. Among Black Americans, 82% say policing needs major changes or a complete overhaul, compared with 47% among White Americans. The gap is also large by party: Among Democrats, 79% think it needs major changes or a total overhaul, but that drops to just 23% among Republicans.

    Overall, just 25% say the outcome of Chauvin’s trial has improved their view of the US criminal justice system while nearly as many, 17%, say their view of the justice system has worsened as a result of the verdict. Republicans (35%) are most likely to say their view has worsened because of the outcome, while Democrats (39%) are more likely to say it has improved.

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    Portland cops, FBI reportedly probe veiled Antifa death threat against mayor



    Portland police and the FBI are investigating a veiled death threat against Mayor Ted Wheeler, days after he promised to “take our city back” from the “anarchist mob,” according to a report.

    The chilling threat was made in a video on Twitter Wednesday night in which a self-confessed Antifa loyalist vows to continue rioting in the Oregon city — and includes the mayor’s home address as a warning, The Oregonian said.

    “Blood is already on your hands, Ted,” says the video’s narrator, wearing a full-face mask and with an “Anonymous”-style altered voice.

    “The next time, it may just be your own,” the narrator warns in the two-minute video — with a menacing chuckle as his address is posted.

    “Ted, we are asking for the last time that you resign. If you ignore this message outright, the destruction to your precious way of life is going to escalate,” it warns.

    The narrator identifies as a member of Portland’s anarchist and anti-fascist community and says the riots and widespread property destruction will continue until Wheeler resigns, the outlet said.



    “Window smashing and riots are a necessary escalation when those in power have proven that they are unwilling to listen,” the video’s narrator says.

    It came days after Wheeler finally said Friday that it was time to “make a stand” against “the self-described anarchist mob” that has been tearing apart the City of Roses since George Floyd’s death last May.

    “Our job is to unmask them, arrest them and prosecute them,” he had said.

    A spokesman for Wheeler, Jim Middaugh, told The Oregonian that the mayor and his office learned of the video Wednesday night and that the Portland Police Bureau opened an investigation.

    Sgt. Kevin Allen, a Portland police spokesman, confirmed the bureau’s investigation but said he could not release additional details at this time.

    Beth Anne Steele, an FBI spokeswoman, also confirmed that the feds were assisting Portland police.

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    Ha. Example#__ of the 'monster' turning on its patron. Just peaceful protesters, Mr. Mayor.
    "Almost every name belongs to well-known families of English stock....these soldiers were of ancient American lineage"- Prof. N.S. Shaler on the 1st Kentucky "Orphan" Brigade, Confederate States Army

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    Isaac Newton Latest Historical Figure Swept Up in ‘Decolonisation’ Drive

    Ewan Somerville, Telegraph, April 24, 2021

    Sir Isaac Newton has been labelled as a potential beneficiary of “colonial-era activity” in draft plans to “decolonise” the engineering curriculum at Sheffield University.

    Students learning about the mathematician and scientist’s three laws of motion, the core of modern physics, could see changes in their teaching to explain the “global origins and historical context” of his theories, documents suggest.

    The plans form part of the engineering faculty’s efforts to “challenge long-standing conscious and unconscious biases” among students to tackle “Eurocentric” and “white saviour” approaches to science and maths, and promote “inclusive design”.

    A leaked copy of the “draft inclusive curriculum development” plan at the Russell Group institution says that “much important engineering content and curriculum resources is based on maths developed in the 18/19th century.”

    It claims pioneering scientists including Paul Dirac, Pierre-Simon Laplace, Newton, and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz “could be considered as benefiting from colonial era activity”.

    Newton, who lived until 1727, laid the foundations of modern science with his theory of gravity, in the seminal Principia, and theories on light, time, colour and calculus.

    His equation for universal gravitation, written in 1666 when he was 23, helped overthrow more than a thousand years of Aristotelian thinking.

    He was once voted Cambridge University student of all time by current students. He went on to become President of the Royal Society and was buried in Westminster Abbey.

    The documents do not explain how Newton is thought to have benefited from colonialism. However, it is known that he held shares in the South Sea Company that traded in slaves.

    Newton initially made money but later lost Ł20,000, a fortune at the time, after the company ran into financial difficulties.

    Other shareholders at the time included 462 members of the House of Commons and 100 members of the House of Lords.

    While his views on slavery are little known, he was deeply religious and confessed multiple sins, including “setting my heart on money learning pleasure more than Thee”.

    Newton is the latest historical figure to be swept into a drive by staff and students to “decolonise” campuses, which intensified in the wake of Black Lives Matter protests.

    Last month the Telegraph revealed an Oxford professor branded musical notation “colonialist” as part of faculty proposals to challenge the “complicity in white supremacy” of its music curriculum, which spans Mozart and Beethoven.

    A consultant who runs diversity workshops at multiple top universities told The Telegraph the decolonisation drive is shifting from humanities courses to sciences, warning the sector is “captured” by “critical race theory in all but name”.

    “I’m employed by universities to do this training but for me equality, diversity and inclusion training is equality of opportunity, diversity of thought and inclusivity of action – that’s all,” they said.

    “This is something different altogether. It is blatantly teaching people to be activists.”

    Prof Frank Furedi, a sociologist at Kent University, said: “What they call ‘acknowledging the past’ is actually a kind of present-ism, where you read history backwards. It’s a way of socialising students into feeling that something is wrong with their own background, the life of their ancestors and inducing guilt.”

    James Gleick, the science writer and biographer of Newton said: “Whether Newton’s foolish investment in South Sea shares in 1720 means that he participated in the slave trade is arguable.

    “I doubt he thought about it. I would say that all England benefited from colonialism. The correct response to that is to teach it.”

    It comes after the universities minister, Michelle Donelan, warned that campuses risk mirroring the Soviet Union if they “whitewash” history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Verđandi View Post
    Ewan Somerville, Telegraph, April 24, 2021

    Sir Isaac Newton has been labelled as a potential beneficiary of “colonial-era activity” in draft plans to “decolonise” the engineering curriculum at Sheffield University.

    Students learning about the mathematician and scientist’s three laws of motion, the core of modern physics, could see changes in their teaching to explain the “global origins and historical context” of his theories, documents suggest.
    ....
    Is Gravity "racist" now.... .... Because Blacks can't fly?!

    "Global Origins" hints at were that wind is coming.

    And of course there have an issue with the best Arts and Sciences coming from White Civilisations.

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    OPSB Approves 20 School Buildings to Be Renamed

    Marta Jewson, The Lens, April 23, 2021

    The Orleans Parish School Board approved a list of 20 school campuses to be renamed at its Thursday meeting — because they were found to be named for a slave owner, separatist or segregationist and must be renamed under a board policy passed last year.

    And several members of the public who submitted comments on the vote argued that some of the schools on the list have transcended their namesakes and assumed their own identity, such as McDonogh 35. The first high school for Black students in the city was named for philanthropist John McDonogh — a slave owner — but has been highly regarded for its academics and alumni.

    McDonogh 35 students and alumni have also asked that the school building be taken off the list.

    But board members argued the facility naming policy does not give them any flexibility. The new language explicitly states that the board is “fundamentally opposed to retaining names of school facilities named for persons who were slave owners, confederate officials and segregation supporters.”

    “The policy was clear — we don’t really have a choice without changing the policy,” member Katie Baudouin said.

    The policy language was proposed in June of 2020, as a wave of protests swept the country in the wake of George Floyd’s murder by Minneapolis Police Department officer Derek Chauvin.

    But the policy only affects school buildings. The charter groups whose schools are located in the district-owned buildings can continue to operate under names they choose, including McDonogh 35 Senior High School, the name of the school that operates in the new McDonogh 35 building on Cadillac Street. The distinction frustrated some members of the public.

    While the board was in executive session at its virtual meeting, some attendees spoke out in the Zoom meeting’s chat.

    “So Lusher keeps the name on the school program but the building name changes?? This is foolishness,” David Terrie wrote.

    “These kids, white, black, whatever…DO NOT want the name of a white supremacist BRANDED across their backs, their chests not one more day,” Terrie wrote.

    The same goes for teachers, Grant replied. “Some of which have made clear that they are leaving the school because of this. Our teachers should not have to walk through the doors or wear an ID tag with the name of a white supremacist on it.”

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    Plano, Texas: BLM Mob Block Street, Point Gun At Angry Driver – Police Rush to Protect The Mob



    Cops and Black Lives Matter rioters go hand in hand.


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    Has the Backlash Arrived for Police-Bashing?

    Pat Buchanan, American Renaissance, May 11, 2021

    Within hours of Saturday’s shooting in Times Square where three bystanders, including a 4-year-old girl, were wounded, the two leading candidates to replace Mayor Bill de Blasio were on-site.

    Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, a retired captain of the NYPD, and Andrew Yang, who declared:

    “My fellow New Yorkers … Nothing works in our city without public safety, and for public safety, we need the police. … My message to the NYPD is this: New York needs you. Your city needs you.

    “New York cannot afford to defund the police.”

    The rush of Adams and Yang to the scene of the shooting, and the messages they delivered, tells us something about the state of play in politics — and not only in the city of New York.

    Liberal mayors and urban politicians who enlisted in the Black Lives Matter “defund the police” movement after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis last May, appear to have caught a wave that is now receding.

    In the streets of America’s cities, violent crimes are spiking to heights unseen since the 1990s. And, instead of “Defund the Police!” the insistent cry is, “Where are the cops?”

    Atlanta is a case in point.

    Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms just announced she will not run for a second term. While she listed issues and events that exhausted her energy, The New York Times suggests that Atlanta’s soaring crime rate made her vulnerable and Bottoms was looking at possible defeat.

    Writes Richard Fausset of the Times:

    “The most serious political threat that emerged for Ms. Bottoms in recent months was a phenomenon she had previously described as the ‘Covid crime wave.’ … Atlanta is struggling with a spike in violent crime, including a 58 percent increase in homicides last year…

    “The mayor’s inability to get a handle on crime has become the central theme for two challengers,” one of whom is city council president Felicia Moore.

    “‘Atlanta has a mayor that is more interested in things that happen outside Atlanta,’ Ms. Moore said in a recent statement, referring to Ms. Bottoms’s emerging national stature, including talk that she was rumored to be a possible vice-presidential candidate. ‘We need a mayor who knows the No. 1 job of any mayor is to keep our city safe.'”

    So visceral is the public reaction to the crime wave in Atlanta that in Buckhead, a wealthy enclave in the northern section of the city, there is talk of secession and taking its tax base with it.

    Why is crime rising and not only in Atlanta?

    Among the reasons: the demonization and demoralization of police departments under constant fire for harboring “rotten apples” and rogue cops. Seen by cops as anti-cop, this campaign is generating police resignations, retirements and reductions in force.

    The NYPD has lost 7% of its force and is in a recruitment crisis.

    Large reductions in the number of cops have also been recorded in Chicago, Minneapolis, Milwaukee and Atlanta. Then there is the “Ferguson Effect” where cops avoid aggressive policing for fear a mistake could cost them their reputation and career, or worse.

    In a nation as violent as ours, with daily confrontations between cops and often aggressive and armed suspects, police errors are going to be made. There are going to be unwarranted and unnecessary shootings, woundings and even killings.

    In any war, there are casualties and collateral damage, and that is true of America’s “war on crime” — another of our forever wars.

    But the daily reports of escalating violent crime, resulting in growing numbers of innocent wounded and dead, are inducing a fear for safety that is outstripping any fear of cops. And politicians are beginning to see the numbers shift and reacting accordingly.

    Consider a few of the crime numbers compiled by The Hill:

    2020 witnessed more than 20,000 criminal homicides with a huge share of that spike occurring in urban America.

    New York saw 150 additional homicides and 750 additional shootings in 2020 than in 2019. Chicago saw 274 more homicides and 1,435 additional shootings in 2020 than in 2019.

    Los Angeles saw homicides rise 38% as shootings spiked 40%. Washington, D.C., ended 2020 with homicides up for the third straight year.

    Killings in Philadelphia, where homicides have risen every year since 2016, almost reached 500, a 40% increase. In Louisville, homicides jumped 70%.

    In Detroit, shootings and homicides rose for the second year in a row, increasing by 53%.

    Homicides spiked for the second straight year in Minneapolis, to 84 deaths — the highest tally since 1995. Cleveland had its highest murder tally since 1982, after a nearly 40% jump in killings last year.

    Houston hit 413 murders in 2020 — a 42% increase over 2019. Indianapolis saw a 40% jump in murders. For Denver, the murder increase was 50 percent.

    Cops aren’t doing these killings. They’re doing their jobs trying to prevent these killings and apprehend the killers.

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