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Marysville school shooter was 'racist'?

The 15-year-old gunman who shot five people during a moment of rage at his high school was recently kicked of the school football team after racist a row, a new report said.

Jaylen Fryberg was a member of the Tulalip Indian tribe.

The  report wasn't clear regarding the target of the racism.

Cultural Marxism is known for its exploitation of non-whites, compelling them to seek an ethnic identity that conflicts with the 'bourgeois.' A recently released video features the teen engaged in an Indian chant while riding in a Western-designed vehicle. That discordance can lead to an identity crisis and sense of victimization.

Marxism uses cultural dissonance as a disruption technique to cause social and political destabilization. Reverse assimilation is evident in the teen's chanting. Fryberg may have felt torn between his Indian identity and the reality of Western culture.
Authorities are now scrambling to determine a possible cause for the shooting as the four survivors fight for their lives in hospital.

Pupils have told news stations Fryberg was suspended from the football team in recent weeks after being involved in a fight over 'racist' comments.

Just hours later he entered the crowded cafeteria during lunch break with 'a blank stare' on his face and walked up behind one table clutching a handgun, witnesses described.

According to Cervantes there was an argument before Fryberg launched his attack.

Multiple shots were fired, hitting five students.

One is said to have died at the scene before Fryberg turned the gun and killed himself.

All four of the victims were taken to Providence Regional Hospital in critical condition. Two were admitted to theater for surgery, while the remaining two were transported to nearby Harborview Medical Center.

The school has now been closed until November 3 and counselors have been brought in to speak with traumatized witnesses and friends of the victims.

Friday night's football match between Marysville-Pilchuck and Oak Harbor High School was canceled and Oak Harbor announced it would take second place as a gesture.
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Non-white males dominate sexist attitudes

After ten grueling hours of catcalls, a study on male insolence and disrespect towards women drew an unexpected conclusion: The only men who engaged in boorish behavior were non-whites.

The study involved a young, attractive white woman assigned to walk the streets of New York City for ten hours. Participants took note of each vulgarity and catcall endured by the subject during the ordeal. Of the one-hundred debasing and humiliating comments, all were from non-white males; some were Hispanic while others were black. One white male simply said "Nice!" as the woman passed by, but that compliment was considered mild relative to the other degrading comments.

In keeping with Kenn's Law #1 -- all conversations with liberals conclude with an accusation of white racism -- the study was deemed racist.

One observer accused the video producer who recorded the study of editing out white males. Another wondered why the study wasn't conducted in an all white neighborhood.

We often take note when cultural Marxism taboos are divergent. In this case the conflict involved sexism vs racism.

We also wonder if cultural Marxism will hasten to organize re-education camps (that is, sensitivity training classes) for non-white males. Fat chance. We expect such brainwashing efforts will require white males to participate and will encompass a broad range of leftist silliness.

Meanwhile we'll sit back and wait while a pretzel-brained professor figures out a scenario in which white privilege compels non-white males to be sexist jerks. Maybe one will suggest that non-white males are acting out their frustration with racist micro-aggressions by projecting them on white women. I'll even recommend a name: Let's call it Quantum Rejection Syndrome or, perhaps, Disparate Projection Theory.

On Tuesday, Slate and everyone else posted a video of a woman who is harassed more than 100 times by men as she walks around New York City for 10 hours. More specifically, it’s a video of a young white woman who is harassed by mostly black and Latino men as she walks around New York City for 10 hours. The one dude who turns around and says, “Nice,” is white, but the guys who do the most egregious things—like the one who harangues her, “Somebody’s acknowledging you for being beautiful! You should say thank you more,” or the one who follows her down the street too closely for five whole minutes—are not.

This doesn’t mean that the video doesn’t still effectively make its point: that a woman can’t walk down the street lost in her own thoughts, that men feel totally free to demand her attention and get annoyed when she doesn’t respond, that a woman can’t be at ease in public spaces in the same way a man can. But the video also unintentionally makes another point: that harassers are mostly black and Latino, and hanging out on the streets in midday in clothes that suggest they are not on their lunch break. As Roxane Gay tweeted, “The racial politics of the video are fucked up. Like, she didn’t walk through any white neighborhoods?”

The video is a collaboration between Hollaback, an anti-street harassment organization, and the marketing agency Rob Bliss Creative. At the end they claim the woman experienced 100-plus incidents of harassment “involving people of all backgrounds.” Since that obviously doesn’t show up in the video, Bliss addressed it in a post. He wrote, “We got a fair amount of white guys, but for whatever reason, a lot of what they said was in passing, or off camera,” or was ruined by a siren or other noise. The final product, he writes, “is not a perfect representation of everything that happened.” That may be true but if you find yourself editing out all the catcalling white guys, maybe you should try another take.

This is not the first time Bliss has been called out for race blindness. In a video to promote Grand Rapids, Michigan, he was criticized for making a city that’s a third minority and a quarter poor look like it was filled with people who have “been reincarnated from those peppy family-style 1970s musical acts from Disney World or Knott’s Berry Farm,” as a local blogger wrote.

Activism is never perfectly executed. We can just conclude that they caught a small slice of catcallers, and lots of other men do it, too. But if the point of this video is to teach men about the day-to-day reality of women, then this video doesn’t hit its target. The men who are sitting in their offices or in cafes watching this video will instead be able to comfortably assure themselves that they don’t have time to sit on hydrants in the middle of the day and can’t properly pronounce “mami.” They might do things to women that are worse than catcalling, but this is not their sin.

A really good video about catcalling actually already exists. In “Jessica’s Feminized Atmosphere,” Jessica Williams of the Daily Show covers the whole range of street harassment, from construction workers (of all races) to security guards to Wall Street “douche bags” to teenagers hanging on the corner. She and a group of women lay down pins on places in New York to avoid and by the end, the entire map is covered. There are race and class issues latent in her video, too. She is black, and the women she gathers for her discussion group are all races. But you don’t leave with that icky impression of a white woman under assault by the big bad city. Plus, she has the group demonstrate the armor they wear while walking down the street, which turns into a glorious mosaic of bitch face. 
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Africans storm Morocco-Spain border fence. Again.

Ever wonder why they are coming here and we are not going there?

Hundreds of aliens from sub-Saharan Africa sought to gain entry into Europe via Melilla, a Spanish territory on the northern coast of Africa.

The assault occurred yesterday.

Only three managed to successfully make their way to immunity. The others were repelled.

News reports claim this is the 60th such assault on the border fence this year, more than one invasion attempt per week.

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Some 350 African migrants tried to storm a fence from Morocco into Spanish territory on Wednesday, authorities said, the latest in a wave of desperate arrivals at Europe's southern border.

Just three of the migrants who charged towards the seven-metre (23-foot) fence in separate locations at dawn made it into the territory of Melilla, the Spanish government delegation there said in a statement.

Most of them were intercepted on the way by Moroccan security forces and a group of about 50 who got close to the fence were seen off by Spanish police backed by a helicopter.

The statement said there have now been more than 60 such attempts so far this year. In all, about 14,000 migrants have tried to make the crossing and some 2,000 have made into Melilla.

The Spanish government has called for more help from the European Union to guard the border at Melilla and another Spanish territory on the northern shore of Morocco, Ceuta. Together they have Europe's only land borders with Africa.

The government statement said no one was hurt in Wednesday's attempted crossing, but numerous migrants and police have been injured in other recent attempts.

Human rights groups such as Amnesty International complain Spain has been breaking the law by instantly deporting migrants who scramble over the fence into its north African territories.

One local rights group, Prodein, on October 15 filmed Spanish officers beating a migrant as he hung on the fence and then carrying him apparently unconscious back to the Moroccan side.

Spain's conservative government later said it would pass a legal amendment authorising police to expel migrants who climb over the fence, while ordering officers to take care to avoid injuries.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has warned that such expulsions may breach international law.

Spain's government blames human-trafficking gangs for bringing the migrants to the border and says the European Union has a duty to help it bear the heavy migratory pressure.
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PA governor signs
tough gun-rights statute

The rights of gun owners now outweighs those of municipalities that try to circumvent Pennsylvania's firearm regulations.
With the stroke of a pen Tuesday, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett (R) turned a controversial bill into law that will allow third parties to sue municipalities over local gun codes stronger than the state’s.

The measure, added as an amendment to a metal theft bill, had passed the state legislature earlier this month by wide margins. It allows groups such as the National Rifle Association to stand in for local citizens in challenging gun city and county control ordinances stronger than the state’s own laws in court.

With Corbett’s signature, the new law will take effect in 60 days, potentially dozens of strict city and county firearms laws under the gaze of gun rights groups such as the NRA, who called the bill Tuesday, “the strongest firearms preemption statute in the country.”

Corbett meanwhile is facing a tough re-election race against Democrat frontrunner Tom Wolfe who opposes giving “outside organizations to sue towns and cities that enact local ordinances.”

When asked earlier in the week about which ordinances, if any, the NRA plans to go after local representative John Hohenwarter told media that he anticipates many cities will see the writing on the wall and repeal overly harsh statutes they have on their books before the new law takes effect.

“Talk to me in 60 days and we’ll see how many are left,” Hohenwarter said.
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Report: Wilson to be 'erased'
from Ferguson police dept.


Thomas Jackson, chief of police in Ferguson, MO, says he won't be thrown under the bus as reportedly earlier.

Instead it will be Officer Darren Wilson who will get the honors.

A revised report today said Wilson will be 'eased' out of the police department and may resign. That, we presume, means 'erased.'

Wilson is the epicenter of a firestorm set after he shot gentle-giant Michael Brown in self defense in August.

In an effort to defuse anticipated violence at the outcome of the Grand Jury investigating the shooting, numerous soft-landing leaks have been circulated.

Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson is reportedly expected to be “eased out” of the department.

A source tells MSNBC that Wilson – who fatally shot Michael Brown that touched off months of protests – will be “eased out” of the Ferguson Police Department and might resign. The report also stated Chief Thomas Jackson would resign, but the department said that is not true.

“Ferguson Chief says he has not resigned, he has not been told to resign. He has not been fired. If he leaves, it will be his choice alone,” the department posted on Twitter.

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Ex-cop to be tried for child rape

A former cop is accused of raping a minor in an abandoned house in Texas.

Authorities say that Erasmo Mata, Jr. committed the crime while on duty and as other police officers watched.

The cultural disparity that exists between Western and Mestizo traditions is often overlooked by the media.

In much of Central and South America, government officials -- including police -- routinely engage in graft and corruption. As cultures merge such crimes are evidently more common. In time, however, such crimes will be overlooked as a perk for maintaining order.

The trial begins December 1, 2014 for the crime that was committed in 2013.

Erasmo Mata, Jr. appeared before Judge Letty Lopez in the 389th State District Court on Monday morning.

Mata is accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl back in 2013.

According to a lawsuit filed by the girl's family, “other Pharr police officers would stand watch while the sexual assault was being committed.”

A Hidalgo County grand jury handed down a criminal indictment after Texas Rangers investigated the case and turned their evidence over to prosecutors.

Mata's defense attorney Fernando Mancias asked Judge Lopez on Monday for more time to prepare for his client’s trial.

Judge Lopez agreed and set a pre-trial hearing for November 20th.

The trial is expected to start on December 1st.

If convicted, Mata is facing up to 99 years behind bars.

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2 Black males arrested
for home invasion; murder

Cops snagged two black males this week on charges relating to a home invasion and double homicide.

Michael Donta Jones and Nathaniel Willy Wilkins were wanted for the November 3, 2013 crime.

The white-privileged victims were Alice Pendleton Stevens and Forrest Ison.

The crime was committed in Thunderbolt, SC
Two men wanted for the murder of a Thunderbolt couple in Nov. 2013 have been arrested.

The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office located and arrested Michael Donta Jones for the offense of fugitive from justice.

On Oct. 22, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received information from the Thunderbolt Police Department that Jones, who was listed in NCIC as wanted person, was believed to be located in the Bluffton area of Beaufort County, SC.

Immediately, investigators assigned to the Southern Criminal Investigations Section working with members of the United States Marshals Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force began to attempt to track down and locate Jones.

On Oct. 23, members with the United States Marshals Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force working with Beaufort County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigators, Drug Investigators, SWAT and Canine located and arrested Jones in the area of 1460 Fording Island Road.

Jones was taken into custody without incident and was transported to the Beaufort County Detention Center where he is currently incarcerated awaiting extradition back to Georgia.

Jones was wanted for two counts of felony murder, two counts of malice murder and two counts of aggravated assault which originated from a Nov.2013 investigation by the Thunderbolt Police Department in Georgia.

The second suspect was also arrested on Friday for the double homicide. 26-year-old Nathaniel Willy Wilkins was arrested at 9:15 a.m. and is currently being held at the Chatham County Jail.

"They were a young couple. They were in love. They liked to have a good time obviously, but they were young. You are supposed to be young and have fun. You're not supposed to lose your life like they did that night," said Chief Robert Marriman, Thunderbolt policeman.

The couple, Alice Pendleton Stevens and Forrest Ison were murdered in their home Nov. 3, 2013, at approximately 11:44 p.m. at 3134 Robertson Avenue in Thunderbolt.
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Mob attacks teen in 'safe community'

Two white teens were attacked by a mob in the Minneapolis area last week.

When the victims attempted to run to safety, they were shot at.

Authorities say they have two suspects in custody and claim the attack is an isolated incident.

Like travelers trekking through the jungle in an old Tarzan movie, the teens were attack by savage natives who seemingly appeared out of nowhere.

Police say they have no motive for the attack. The victims were robbed at gunpoint, the report said, before they were beaten.

Maybe robbery was a motive?

The attack occurred in South Saint Paul.

Two teenagers were beaten, robbed and then shot at by a group of people Sunday in South St. Paul, police said.

Two suspects from the group, which reportedly included as many as 13 people, were arrested near the location of the alleged assault, Police Chief Bill Messerich said Wednesday.

Charges against the two -- both 15-year-old boys from St. Paul -- are pending, he said.

"We're still trying to identify additional suspects," he said.

The victims are male, ages 17 and 19; one was hospitalized, while the other was treated at the scene and released, Messerich said.

Several residents reported hearing gunshots about 7 p.m. Sunday near the 1500 block of Elrose Court in the city's south end.

The victims told police they were assaulted and robbed of money at gunpoint in the parking lot of the Fifth Avenue Plaza strip mall. They said gunshots were fired at them when they ran off.

A vehicle and an apartment building were hit, Messerich said.

Citing the open investigation, Messerich said he could not comment on a possible motive.

The violent nature of the robbery makes the case unique in South St. Paul, he said.

"We don't have any additional information about this group causing other problems in South St. Paul," he said.
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Kroger's black mob descends
on courthouse... with lawyers

Another black mob gathered in Memphis, TN this week.

It was a reunion, of sorts, weeks after a hundred of more young black thugs rampaged through Kroger's parking lot, beating a few white people unfortunate to be in their path.

The second mob showed up at the courthouse. A few white faces were in the  midst, along with parents. The white guys were attorneys.

Of the ten charged in the Kroger's mob rampage, eight chose to plead guilty and, thereby, avoiding a trial. Two others decided to fight it out in court.

The eight who accepted a plea deal got away with community service. They have to deflect 40 hours from possible ratchetry, stay in school, and write letters of apology to their three victims.

Certainly the powerful arm of the law has sent a message to future black thugs: Beat up white people and the government will make you do what you would be doing if you hadn't engaged in mob ratchetry. You'll be required to serve your community, go to school, and be courteous.

What a great message for the court to send to America's up-and-coming black thugs: 'Good behavior is punishment for bad behavior.'

Black mob attacks have been a scourge throughout America for generations.

The proliferation of video devices, however, has added a dimension of accountability.

A few years ago the rampaging thugs would have simply returned home after a fun night of pounding innocent white people. Video footage, however, coupled with the irresistible urge to post the imagery on social media, is forcing authorities to take action.

One of the thug mamas moaned that her son received threats on Facebook. She concluded that the cycle of violence needs to stop.

Seems to me if baby mamas were raising their children the cycle would never begin in the first place. Village-raised children don't seem to to turn out with overwhelming sociopathic tendencies.

No doubt.

It was appropriately a rainy judgment day Tuesday as the teens charged in September's Poplar Plaza riot trudged into Shelby County Juvenile Court for a trial before Judge Dan Michael.

In what turned into a cattle-call of the ten defendants, their parents, attorneys and prosecutors, eight teens charged with aggravated riot, in which three people were injured, opted to accept guilty pleas offered by the prosecution rather than face a trial.

They plead to an advisement agreement which is like diversion in adult court.Judge Michael's voice was meant to be heard loud and clear as he addressed the teens and their parents.

"You show back up with another felony and we're done!," he warned.

With that the legal saga of a youth violence incident whose video images rocked Memphis and the nation came to a quiet end.

"Once the emotional reaction settled down, then we were able to kind of collectively sit down and look at what we're dealing with," said Ian John, attorney for Kroger rot defendant. "We are dealing with a problem in our community."

As the victims hurt in the Sept. 6 late night melee sat and watched the proceedings in silence, Judge Michael approved the terms of an advisement agreement calling for the teens to do 40 hours of community service to be completed by August 2015.

They were also ordered to submit letters of apology and promise to adhere to curfew restrictions. If they meet the criteria, and do not commit another crime during the period, all charges would be dropped in about a year.

Attorney Arthur Horne III said his client had hoped for the charges to be dropped in court Tuesday, but his client will accept the consequences of her actions.

"A Valedictorian of her of the eighth grade class, is an honor student at Melrose High School now, student athlete," Horne said. "I think sometimes children get caught up running around with the wrong crowd and being around the wrong people. I think she has taken this very seriously."

The victims of the attack were in the courtroom but chose not speak. They did watch.

But, after the hearing, only 16-year-old Stanley Self was publicly remorseful for even being at the scene.

"I learned today when I see a group of people doing something bad I should walk away and call someone for help or go a different path," Stanley said. "I want to say that I'm sorry for being with that bad crowd and to tell everybody it won't happen no more."

But, while the relieved Stanley was free to go home, two others won't be seeing the comforts of home or their parents anytime soon. One 15-year-old with a previous record of marijuana and handgun possession was remanded to the custody of the Department of Childrens' Services after pleading guilty to aggravated assault and aggravated riot.

"I feel that was kind of bad that they took him from his mama," Stanley said. "He ain't no bad person. I know him around the neighborhood. He's a good kid."

Another teen was found guilty by Judge Michael of the same charges derived from the riot after a brief trial at which victim William Sauser testified. He too was placed in DCS custody for an indeterminate time.

"If the children follow the conditions of the advisement, then you won't see them back here and something good will come out of an unfortunate situation," said Matthew Ian John, defense attorney.

"They will go to the youth development center, somewhat similar to a detention facility," said Shelby County Assistant District Attorney Bridgette Stigger. "So, it's just in a different part of the state. They'll be there for as long as it takes for them to be rehabilitated. They're the masters of their own fate."

And then there was one. Nineteen-year-old Raheem  Richardson is charged as an adult with aggravated assault and aggravated riot in the Kroger incident and is awaiting an indictment from the grand jury. He also faces a charge of assault against a security officer. Richardson is currently in jail on $75,000 bond.
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The ten teens accused of that brutal mob attack outside the Kroger in Poplar Plaza last month are set to go to trial today in Shelby County Juvenile Court.

The beatings were caught on camera, and it shows dozens of wild teens attacking two Kroger workers and a shopper.  Those beatings shocked the Mid-South.

Earlier this month, a judge rejected a plea deal from some of the teens accused in the attack.

Gloria Chapman says her son has been in the detention center since the Kroger incident happened along with two other juveniles. Chapman says her 16-year-old son has received a threat on Facebook. She says days after that video went viral someone messaged her son on Facebook and threatened his life. Though she says he needs to face some consequences this cycle of violence needs to stop.


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