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Banana Peels and …. Racism?


By Anthony Gockowski | 31 Aug 2017

A Greek Life retreat at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) was promptly cancelled this weekend after a banana peel was found hanging in a tree.

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“To be clear, many members of our community were hurt, frightened, and upset by what occurred at IMPACT,” Interim Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life Alexa Lee Arndt remarked in an email between Greek leaders, according to The Daily Mississippian. “Because of the underlying reality many students of color endure on a daily basis, the conversation manifested into a larger conversation about race relations today at the University of Mississippi.”

After word of the banana spread throughout the retreat, leaders decided to end the event early. Arndt explained that she “felt it was imperative to provide space immediately to students affected by this incident.”


According to The DM, some students left the retreat in tears, with McNeil noting that they “didn’t feel welcome” and “didn’t feel safe.”

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Larry Elder: Personal responsibility over “race war” for minority empowerment

Published on Apr 27, 2015

http://DemoCastMedia.com Larry Elder addresses Republican Club of San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles 9/15/13 with his family’s story of taking individual responsibility and intiiative. Elder received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on April 27, 2015. (12)

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Black Lives Matter activist utterly demolished by man who experienced true racism & oppression

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#BlackLivesMatter | False charges of racism, Charlotte is burning, and more

Smearing the South with false charges of racism
By James D. Agresti | 20 Sept 2016
Blunt accusations of racism have become a common feature of public discourse over the past few years. With this, the views of both whites and blacks about the state of race relations in America have sunk to the lowest levels they have ever been since Gallup began polling on this issue in 2001.
Beyond claims that specific individuals are “racist,” certain media outlets, activists, and politicians have leveled this charge at broad groups of Americans. For example:
• The editorial board has declared that “many” of the nation’s 900,000 “police officers see black men as expendable figures on the urban landscape, not quite human beings.”
• Hillary Clinton recently stated that “half” of Donald Trump’s supporters are a “basket of deplorables” who are “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic—you name it.” She later walked this back a little by writing that she regrets saying “half.”
• The official website of #BlackLivesMatter contends that “virulent anti-Black racism … permeates our society.”
Such claims frequently conflict with documented facts about race and violence, the use of lethal force by police, and the nature of racial income disparities. Hence, false allegations of racism can often be thoughtfully dismissed by rational and informed people.
Charlotte Burning
By Matthew Vadum | September 22, 2016

Soros-funded Black Lives Matter inflicts its terror in a sleepy Southern city.

Black Lives Matter rioters claiming systemic racial discrimination is killing black people have laid siege to largely black Charlotte, North Carolina, after a black cop who reports to a black police chief shot and killed a black suspect who reportedly refused to drop his handgun.
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#BlackLivesMatter | Black leader: Charlotte rioters ‘bunch of angry Black Lives Matter goons’

By Paul Bremmer | 22 Sept 2016

‘They are looking for any excuse to loot and hurt police’


It’s become a sadly familiar sequence of events: a confrontation on an urban street, an order to obey, a sudden movement, and a police officer shoots a black man.

The riots follow.

Now here comes Hillary Clinton with her solution to the problem: America needs to deal with “systemic racism” in its law-enforcement system.

“We gotta tackle the systemic racism, this horrible shooting again, how many times do we have to see this in our country?” the Democratic Party presidential nominee declared in a recent interview on the “The Steve Harvey Show.”

Clinton was referring to the incident Friday in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in which a white officer, Betty Shelby, shot and killed an unarmed black man, Terence Crutcher.

Clinton told Harvey that as president she would strive to prevent racial shootings by police officers.

“Maybe I can by speaking directly to white people, say, ‘Look, this is not who we are,’” she said. “We’ve got to do everything possible to improve policing, to go right at implicit bias.”

“So now Hillary says she is going to dismantle this system of white racism by talking to police and reminding them, ‘That is not who we are.’ Translation: Black people do not like it when black people are caught committing crimes. So stop arresting them.”
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Obama Uses Army To Attack “White Privilege”

From FrontPage Magazine
March 11, 2016   |  By Matthew Vadum

As long as U.S. military personnel think the right thoughts, it doesn’t matter if they can fight.


The U.S. Army subjected 400 soldiers in Georgia to a “white privilege” indoctrination session last year, lecturing the troops on how our society supposedly systematically lavishes unearned benefits on those who are white, male, and heterosexual, a watchdog group reports.

“Outrageous – that is the only word to describe this type of raw racist indoctrination,” said Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch.
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Cyclists randomly attacked: ONE thing police refuse to say

From AllenWest.com
Written by Michelle Jesse, Associate Editor on August 10, 2015
Along with brutal winters and having the largest population of Somalians in the U.S., my hometown of Minneapolis is well-known as a haven for cyclists. We’re proud of our consistent ranking at the top of “most bike-friendly city” lists across a myriad of sources. If you’ve ever visited in the summer, no doubt you’ve seen the amazing trails around our many lakes, creeks and rivers. We even have a bike-sharing system (oh yeah, we’re also know for being one of the most liberal locales in the nation), that allows Minneapolitans to simply take a bike when they need one, and return it to any station in the system at their destination.
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Jesse Jackson’s ‘racial extortion racket’ comes to Silicon Valley