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guy in another thread said thisisht was a conspiracy theory
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 3 years ago '13        #1223
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Black people can't have anything
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Natural News is full of sh*t

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 HHS said:
Natural News is full of sh*t

What else do you expect Snopes to say?

Do your own research!
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remember reading some sh*t bout vaccines and the aids epidemic in africa too. look at all the people who get fukkd up by the hpv vaccine. and saw some sh*t last week bout somebody down in florida that ended up in a coma after getting a flu shot.
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 Damagegadget said:
guy in another thread said thisisht was a conspiracy theory
they used to say the same sh*t bout Tuskegee
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 HHS said:
Natural News is full of sh*t

 lb99 said:
remember reading some sh*t bout vaccines and the aids epidemic in africa too. look at all the people who get fukkd up by the hpv vaccine. and saw some sh*t last week bout somebody down in florida that ended up in a coma after getting a flu shot.

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natural news?
Finally, the claim of heretofore unavailable sterility vaccines being secretly administered to Kenyan women relies solely on the a.ssertions made by Kenyan doctors and bishops who oppose the vaccine program. No independent tests have confirmed the doses in question were contaminated in the manner the groups suggest, and no corresponding fertility disruptions in Kenya have emerged to corroborate the claims of surreptitious mass sterilizations
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Professor Karl Alexander discusses his nearly three decade study that exposes the structural barriers to escaping poverty in Baltimore



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The Missouri chapter of the Ku Klux Klan is threatening to use “lethal force” against protesters in Ferguson who threaten their safety, equating some demonstrators to “terrorists.”

Frank Ancona, leader of the KKK’s Missouri operations, has been distributing fliers in the metropolitan St. Louis area warning protesters in Ferguson that those who have threatened police officers and their families will be met with violence themselves.

The flier, obtained by Vice News, is addressed to “the terrorists masquerading as peaceful protesters.” It also states that they have “awakened a sleeping giant.”

“You have been warned by the Klu Klux Klan!” it continues. “There will be consequences for your actions against the peaceful, law abiding citizens of Missouri.”

This kind of behavior is not exactly unusual for the KKK, which has circulated similar letters in various cities across the United States. But the delivery of these fliers comes at a particularly sensitive time in Ferguson and the surrounding St. Louis area.

Residents are currently waiting to hear whether or not a grand jury will bring criminal charges against Officer Darren Wilson, the white officer who shot and k!lled an unarmed black teenager named Michael Brown. The 18-year-old’s death sparked massive, weeks-long protests, which made headlines around the country after police deployed a number of controversial crowd-control tactics – the use of tear gas and the establishment of a no-fly zone over the city, for example.


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No one knows exactly when the decision will be reached, but reports suggest the process is coming to a close and it could be any day now. Gun sales have spiked in the area, and some businesses have boarded up their storefronts in an attempt to preempt looting. Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon announced earlier this week that the National Guard would be on standby to respond to any reports of violence.

Speaking with the Riverfront Times, Ancona said: “Missouri is definitely on fire right now.” He also stated that the Ferguson protests were a boon for KKK recruiting.

"These Ferguson protesters are the best recruiters since Obama," he said, noting that 50 people joined the group in November alone. "Normally we might hear from 10 people a week in Missouri, and now we're hearing from more like 50 people a week. Sometimes, depending on these news stories, we get 100, 200 calls in a day."

Soon after the new KKK fliers came to the public's attention, Ancona appeared on MSNBC, where he was asked if he was inciting violence.

“No, actually it’s addressing the people who are making these terroristic threats and letting them know that the people of Missouri have rights too,” Ancona said. “There are remedies under the law. The flier, if you read it, it says ‘defend’, it talks about defense. So, in order to defend yourself, that means you’re being attacked.”

Activist Bassem Masri has been called out specifically by the KKK, which claims he threatened police while live-streaming one of the protests. Masri dismissed the accusation to Vice News.

"If they want to perpetuate hate, we can't stop them, but we can surely let them know we ain't going for it," he said. "They are using the KKK to change the narrative to something they want, which is a race war which we are not advocating for, taking the story off [Missouri Governor Jay] Nixon, [St. Louis Country prosecutor Bob] McCulluch, and Darren Wilson."

"It's ok for the KKK to hate folks but God forbid a minority speaks up.”
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"Ku Klux Klan is threatening to use “lethal force” against protesters in Ferguson who threaten their safety"

I wonder what they mean by that?

Supoosedly Michael Dunn "felt" "threatned" by Jordan Davis' (R.I.P.) "loud" music?
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A terrorist organization calling others terrorist
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Is anyone from Missouri here, let alone Ferguson if not everyone should keep their opinion to themselves and let the chips fall where they may. America needs the entertainment.........











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 3 years ago '10        #1236
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n*ggas are too deep in Missouri they're picking the wrong f!ght
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oh really?
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A couple weeks ago, The Daily Caller completed its alphabetical tour de force showing that racism has seeped into every nook and cranny of American life including superhero movies, the weather and the very air we breathe.

It was hard, arduous work. Now, some 19 articles later — and still feeling grimy and contaminated from multiple visits to obscure sites like Salon deep in the bowels of the Internet — it’s time to celebrate. It’s time to kick back, relax and enjoy the greatest hits of all the things someone, somewhere has deemed racist.
A is for academic freedom, which is racist according to Sandra Korn, a highfalutin Harvard University student and a columnist for the Harvard Crimson. , Korn unambiguously insisted that the Ivy League school should stop guaranteeing professors and students the right to hold controversial views and should instead only pursue research that strives for “justice” by opposing “racism, s3xism, and heteros3xism.” Korn’s Facebook likes include OccupyHarvard, Students Occupy Boston and Left Futures/Jacobin Reading Group.

B is for the Benghazi select committee. The committee is racist, according to the creative logic of South Carolina Rep. James Clyburn, because it makes President Barack Obama look bad. It’s “the same kind of thing that led to the end of Reconstruction,” Clyburn told NewsOne Now host Roland Martin in May. “I seem to remember our history, when after Reconstruction, when people of color gained political presence throughout the South, they drummed up all kinds of things and indictments and accusations,” the Congressman born in 1940 explained. “They drove these people out of the South. And I see the same kind of efforts to discredit this president.”

C is for coconut bras. In May, administrators at the University of California, Irvine deemed bikini tops made of polished coconut half shells racist after the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity — known since 1894 by the moniker FIJI — hosted a charity fundraiser. The event was called the FIJI Islander party. It featured students dressed in coconut bras and grass skirts. The kerfuffle began when Save Gasaiwai, a UCI student of Fijian descent, complained that the event caused pain to “marginalized” people and reinforced “white male hegemonic structures.”

D is for Duck Dynasty. A&E’s hugely popular reality TV series, which is about a loving family that makes duck calling devices. It isn’t just racist, it’s apparently an agent of white supremacy. about a growing “us versus them culture” totally infesting America, MSNBC’s Michael Eric Dyson said Phil Robertson and his family are “part of a majority white supremacist culture that either consciously or unconsciously incubates hatred toward those who are different.”

E is for ending racism. Though it may sound a little counter-intuitive that the absence of racism would in itself be racist, the brilliant Justice Sonia Sotomayor told American exactly why this is so. Sotomayor made her wise judgment in a dissenting opinion after the Supreme Court ruled the feds can’t force the state of Michigan to engage in racial discrimination. Michigan had passed a proposal mandating race-neutral state policy, which effectively banned affirmative action in that state. that Michigan’s decision to ban a racist policy was really racist, because it “changed the basic rules of the political process in that State in a manner that uniquely disadvantaged racial minorities.”

F is for food poisoning at ethnic restaurants. Such queasiness is racist because, , people who barf after eating and then post restaurant reviews on Yelp “tend to blame restaurants that serve ‘ethnic food’ — that is, preparations particular to culinary traditions originating outside of Europe.”

G is for golf jokes about Barack Obama. Such jokes are racist because, leftist talking heads argue, Republicans make fun of the president too much for golfing all the time instead of doing his job. For example, says Michelle Malkin, after Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell ribbed Obama for “working to earn a spot on the PGA tour,” MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell read the hammy quip’s subtext as “Obama equals Tiger Woods equals RACISM.”

H is for hump day. At the University of St. Thomas, a Catholic school in St. Paul, Minn. with a fancy Muslim prayer room, an end-of-the-year Hump Day camel appearance was canceled because some students complained that the event would be racially offensive to cultures of the Middle East. “[T]his program is dividing people and would make for an uncomfortable and possibly unsafe environment,” said a school spokeswoman, .
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I is for improving a school full of black kids. The Chicago Teachers Union has made it clear to Mayor Rahm Emanuel that it deems attempts to help black students have better schools racist. In March, the Chicago Board of Education announced a plan to turnaround three miserably low-performing schools in predominantly black neighborhoods. The improvement process meant replacing every teacher at the failing schools, which of course irked the union, so it played the race card. “This is an attack on Black schools,” the union declared in an

J is for joking about Obamacare. Finding humor in the healthcare disaster is racist , the c*ckroach of the Internet. In October 2013, the minor site charged that Ted Cruz was practicing “GOP dog-whistle politics at its finest” when he suggested that “Nigerian email scammers” have “become a lot less active lately” because they have “all been hired to run the Obamacare website.” The bloggers at Salon contended that “it’s a short hop from Nigeria to Kenya” and, consequently, Cruz was somehow alluding to conspiracy theories about President Obama’s birth in Kenya. The distance from Kenya to Nigeria is actually about 2,000 miles — farther than the distance from Boston to Dallas. For Salon’s geographically-challenged writers, though, Africa is just a big piece of land filled with people who have black skin.

K is for kicking open a door. In February, a student at Canada’s McGill University was forced to issue a formal apology for emailing a picture of President Obama kicking open a door because some students thought the image was somehow racist. The image was actually an edited .gif, and had been shown by Jay Leno on “The Tonight Show.” It humorously suggests that the president may be fed up with press conferences. McGill student Brian Farnan sent out an email with the .gif and the harmless caption, “Honestly midterms get out of here.” Another student issued a formal complaint against Farnan for committing a “micro-aggression” — the latest phrase of choice for leftist radicals seeking to blame racism for common annoyances suffered by people of all races. Farnan was forced to denounce his heretical email.

L is for “Lord of the Rings”, The journalism that broke the story acknowledges author J.R.R. Tolkien himself probably meant no racist offense. Nevertheless, the Second City newspaper has a.ssured America, the representation of race in the films is problematic because, as usual, men with pasty white skin are the “good guys” and men with other skin colors are the “bad guys.” For example, the piece mentions Aragorn’s warning to King Theoden that Saruman is out to “destroy the world of men.” A more accurate statement, the piece says, would have been “the forces of evil have a.ssembled an army ‘to destroy the world of civilized white men.’”

M is for master bedrooms. Several Washington, D.C.-area homebuilders have stopped using the officious term to describe the biggest bedroom in a new house. The homebuilders have replaced the phrase with various other phrases including “owner’s suite,” “owner’s bedroom” and the totally different words “mastre bedroom,” . The newfound problem is that the word “master” suggests slave masters and males.

N is for not sending children on a field trip to a mosque. In November 2013, the headmistress at a primary school in a small town in England warned parents of children aged 8 to 11 that they would be racist if they did not send their children on a field trip to a nearby mosque. Moreover, kids who did not go would be permanently labeled as racists for the rest of their academic careers. Parents received the stark warning in the form of a letter from Lynn Small, the stern boss of Littleton Green Community School in Huntington, Staffordshire.

O is for opposing Common Core. New York Education Commissioner John King declared as much . He tied the struggles of students facing desegregation back in the day to students facing schools without Common Core now. ”This is about taking responsibility for educating every single child no matter what his or her race, background or economic status,” King said. “By retreating from accountability and allowing children at risk to slip through the cracks, advocates of lower standards deny us the talents of all Americans.”

P is for peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. In November 2013, a public elementary school principal in Portland, Ore. deemed peanut butter and jelly sandwiches racist. Harvey Scott K-8 School principal Verenice Gutierrez said she was concerned because “Somali or Hispanic students” “might not eat sandwiches.” “Maybe they eat torta,” Gutierrez suggested. “Or pita.” Gutierrez also instituted a separate-but-unequal drum class for middle school black and Hispanic boys only. Participants had to be male and could not be white or Asian.

Q is for questioned the genius of a black person. This one is complicated. First, Ta-Nehisi Coates bizarrely claimed that obscure MSNBC talking head Melissa Harris-Perry — who has called the NBA racist — is “America’s foremost intellectual.” Politico reporter Dylan Byers dared to question the absurd statement on Twitter. “Ta-Nehisi Coates’s claim that ‘Melissa Harris-Perry is America’s foremost public intellectual’ sort of undermines his intellectual cred, no?” Beyers had tweeted. Coates then accused Byers of empowering the “machinery of racism.” Byers has “the privilege of being oblivious to questions, of never having to grapple with the everywhere; the right of false naming,” .
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I is for improving a school full of black kids. The Chicago Teachers Union has made it clear to Mayor Rahm Emanuel that it deems attempts to help black students have better schools racist. In March, the Chicago Board of Education announced a plan to turnaround three miserably low-performing schools in predominantly black neighborhoods. The improvement process meant replacing every teacher at the failing schools, which of course irked the union, so it played the race card. “This is an attack on Black schools,” the union declared in an

J is for joking about Obamacare. Finding humor in the healthcare disaster is racist , the c*ckroach of the Internet. In October 2013, the minor site charged that Ted Cruz was practicing “GOP dog-whistle politics at its finest” when he suggested that “Nigerian email scammers” have “become a lot less active lately” because they have “all been hired to run the Obamacare website.” The bloggers at Salon contended that “it’s a short hop from Nigeria to Kenya” and, consequently, Cruz was somehow alluding to conspiracy theories about President Obama’s birth in Kenya. The distance from Kenya to Nigeria is actually about 2,000 miles — farther than the distance from Boston to Dallas. For Salon’s geographically-challenged writers, though, Africa is just a big piece of land filled with people who have black skin.

K is for kicking open a door. In February, a student at Canada’s McGill University was forced to issue a formal apology for emailing a picture of President Obama kicking open a door because some students thought the image was somehow racist. The image was actually an edited .gif, and had been shown by Jay Leno on “The Tonight Show.” It humorously suggests that the president may be fed up with press conferences. McGill student Brian Farnan sent out an email with the .gif and the harmless caption, “Honestly midterms get out of here.” Another student issued a formal complaint against Farnan for committing a “micro-aggression” — the latest phrase of choice for leftist radicals seeking to blame racism for common annoyances suffered by people of all races. Farnan was forced to denounce his heretical email.

L is for “Lord of the Rings”, The journalism that broke the story acknowledges author J.R.R. Tolkien himself probably meant no racist offense. Nevertheless, the Second City newspaper has a.ssured America, the representation of race in the films is problematic because, as usual, men with pasty white skin are the “good guys” and men with other skin colors are the “bad guys.” For example, the piece mentions Aragorn’s warning to King Theoden that Saruman is out to “destroy the world of men.” A more accurate statement, the piece says, would have been “the forces of evil have a.ssembled an army ‘to destroy the world of civilized white men.’”

M is for master bedrooms. Several Washington, D.C.-area homebuilders have stopped using the officious term to describe the biggest bedroom in a new house. The homebuilders have replaced the phrase with various other phrases including “owner’s suite,” “owner’s bedroom” and the totally different words “mastre bedroom,” . The newfound problem is that the word “master” suggests slave masters and males.

N is for not sending children on a field trip to a mosque. In November 2013, the headmistress at a primary school in a small town in England warned parents of children aged 8 to 11 that they would be racist if they did not send their children on a field trip to a nearby mosque. Moreover, kids who did not go would be permanently labeled as racists for the rest of their academic careers. Parents received the stark warning in the form of a letter from Lynn Small, the stern boss of Littleton Green Community School in Huntington, Staffordshire.

O is for opposing Common Core. New York Education Commissioner John King declared as much . He tied the struggles of students facing desegregation back in the day to students facing schools without Common Core now. ”This is about taking responsibility for educating every single child no matter what his or her race, background or economic status,” King said. “By retreating from accountability and allowing children at risk to slip through the cracks, advocates of lower standards deny us the talents of all Americans.”

P is for peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. In November 2013, a public elementary school principal in Portland, Ore. deemed peanut butter and jelly sandwiches racist. Harvey Scott K-8 School principal Verenice Gutierrez said she was concerned because “Somali or Hispanic students” “might not eat sandwiches.” “Maybe they eat torta,” Gutierrez suggested. “Or pita.” Gutierrez also instituted a separate-but-unequal drum class for middle school black and Hispanic boys only. Participants had to be male and could not be white or Asian.

Q is for questioned the genius of a black person. This one is complicated. First, Ta-Nehisi Coates bizarrely claimed that obscure MSNBC talking head Melissa Harris-Perry — who has called the NBA racist — is “America’s foremost intellectual.” Politico reporter Dylan Byers dared to question the absurd statement on Twitter. “Ta-Nehisi Coates’s claim that ‘Melissa Harris-Perry is America’s foremost public intellectual’ sort of undermines his intellectual cred, no?” Beyers had tweeted. Coates then accused Byers of empowering the “machinery of racism.” Byers has “the privilege of being oblivious to questions, of never having to grapple with the everywhere; the right of false naming,"


Educate yourself. Catch up on TheDC’s entire Alphabet of Racism.


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