BREITBART — A new booklet for daycare workers that claims to help identify “Nazi parents” suggests looking out for girls with braided hair and athletic boys.
The 60-page booklet, entitled Ene, Mene, Muh – And You’re Out! was designed by the far-left “anti-hate” Amadeu Antonio Foundation ,which is headed by former Stasi informant Annette Kahane and based in Berlin with the foreword being written by Social Democrat (SPD) Family Minister Franziska Giffey, Berliner Kurierreports.
Ms Kahane made headlines in 2015 after the German government recruited her and the foundation to scour social media for “xenophobic posts” during the height of the migrant crisis. […]
Flyers posted in Moscow, at UI part of provocation campaign
By Scott Jackson | 5 November 2018
MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS — Flyers bearing the slogan “It’s okay to be white,” were posted throughout Moscow and the University of Idaho campus late last week.
The stunt was an apparent repeat of a year-old provocation campaign rooted in anonymous alt-right message boards hosted by sites like Reddit and 4Chan.
Participants were encouraged to dress up in silly costumes on Halloween night and wander local towns and campuses posting the flyers in public view. According to one such post, the campaign was designed as a “proof of concept” that left-leaning political groups and the media would react with strong vitriol to the supposedly “harmless” message, exposing hypocrisy and anti-white sentiment and driving more people toward the alt-right. …
UI President Chuck Staben said in a statement issued Thursday he is disappointed to see such expression on campus, but those flyers posted on authorized surfaces like bulletin boards would not be removed by university personnel.
He said while he personally does not value this kind of divisive statement, noting the slogan has been embraced by white supremacist and neo-Nazi organizations, UI supports free speech. […]
Georgetown University Associate Professor Carol Christine Fair went on a Twitter tirade Tuesday in which she called U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Michael Kavanaugh a “serial rapist” and proclaimed that all “entitled white men” who defend him “deserve miserable deaths” and to have their corpses fed to swine.
Twitter suspended her account following this tweet, which was probably the result of a automated ban by a bot. But then Twitter’s Jewish-led (((hate police))) quickly decided to restore her account once they realized she’s a fellow Jew and her hate-filled tirade was toward “white men.”
In response to reporters’ requests for comment, Fair’s employer issued this meek statement: “While Georgetown is committed to free speech and expression, we do not approve or endorse every statement made by our faculty members.”
Why the kit gloves? Why the special treatment? Who is this woman?
At Georgetown, Fair teaches peace and security studies, and “her work is primarily focused on counter-terrorism and South Asian topics,” according to Wikipedia. She’s a Chicago University grad who’s worked for the RAND Corporation and has published numerous books articles that defend drone strikes in Pakistan and criticize Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International and other humanitarian organizations.
Journalist Glenn Greenwald has called her writings “rank propaganda.” Other have called her work “simply false” and she has been accused of having a conflict of interest due to her past work with U.S. government think tanks, as well as the CIA.
And speaking of entitled attitudes, in January of this year, according to Wiki, Fair created a scene at Frankfurt Airport in Germany when her “bag was flagged for possibly containing explosives.” When German Federal Police searched her bag, she was told she would have to transfer her liquid deodorant to her checked bag or dispose of it. “Police stated that Fair was uncooperative, as she accused them of sexism and of being Nazis and thugs, and directed expletives at them. Fair was charged with slander under Germany’s defamation law,” Wikipedia states.
But Fair isn’t the only ridiculous faculty member at Georgetown University.
Professor Michael Eric Dyson in his 2017 book “Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America” proposed the idea that white people should have an “Individual Reparations Account” to make donations to black institutions and individuals because of slavery. No, it doesn’t matter whether your a descendant of slave traders or owners. Nor does it matter if your ancestors were slaves. If you’re white, you’re guilty and must pay. If you’re black, you’re a victim and entitled.
As if this wasn’t outrageous enough, a student group at Georgetown University — which is a private Jesuit-Catholic college — may lose its funding for promoting Catholic beliefs.
The group, called Love Saxa, “promotes marriage as a ‘monogamous and permanent union between a man and a woman’ and opposes hookup culture and pornography,” according to its group’s constitution, campus newspaper The Hoyareports. It also encourages “sexual integrity,” which means remaining abstinent prior to marriage.
Of course, this ruffled the feathers of other campus flocks, namely LGBTQ groups, PRIDE and Queer People of Color and a pro-abortion student senator. They accuse Love Saxa of “fostering hatred.” Even the aforementioned student paper targeted Love Saxa in an editorial titled “Defund Intolerance.”
All this makes one wonder who’s running the shit storm over at Georgetown.
Enter Georgetown University President John “Jack” DeGioia. He serves as a member of the board of directors of the Carnegie Corporation of New York and is a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Values, according to Wikipedia.
Despite his undoubtedly hectic schedule scheming globalist agendas and preaching “values,” DeGioia still finds the time each fall to teach Georgetown’s freshman seminar in which he encourages students to pursue “unique courses of study” inspired by Jesuit educational themes.
For his works, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) honored DeGioia with its 2017 Achievement Award. The Georgetownerreports:
… [it’s] the highest award bestowed by Washington, D.C.’s ADL, which said, “DeGioia has an unyielding commitment to civil rights, religious tolerance, and creating a community where all faiths are welcome and respected.
“At Georgetown, Dr. DeGioia has helped create the pioneering Center on Jewish Civilization and has partnered with ADL to help establish the Bearing Witness program.”
The award came during reported instances of swastika graffiti on the university’s main campus.
Last but not least, let’s not forget Hawaii (D) Senator and Georgetown U. alumna Mazie Hirono, who last week — in response to a reporter’s soft-toss question about the Kananaugh accusations — stated, “I just want to say to the men in this country just shut up and step up. Do the right thing for a change.”
These are just a few examples of how one unfortunately high profile U.S. college is not only influencing the minds of tomorrow’s leaders of industry, institutions and government but shaping the very future of the country. Any questions, Judge Kavanaugh?
OCCIDENTAL OBSERVER — January 26 is Australia Day, a national public holiday marking the date the first permanent British settlers (mostly convicts) arrived in Sydney in 1788. These thousand or so souls — transported to the other side of the world and told to fend for themselves — laid the foundations for one of the most successful nations in history. Traditionally a day to celebrate this remarkable achievement, Australia Day has, in recent years, been attacked by left-wing activists who, emboldened by the escalating anti-White rhetoric of the intellectual establishment, have rebranded it “Invasion Day.” Every year sees shrill demands for Australia Day to be moved to another date, recast as a day of mourning, or abolished altogether. Despite the growing agitation against Australia Day, two-thirds of Australians favor retaining the date as a national public holiday.
Speaking to an “Invasion Day” protest rally in Melbourne this year, Aboriginal activist Tarneen Onus-Williams, screamed: “Fuck Australia,” expressing her hope “it burns to the ground.” A statement produced by her organization, the so-called Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance (WAR), drew freely on the Cultural Marxist lexicon, insisting they “would not rest until this entire rotten settler colony called Australia, illegally and violently imposed on stolen Aboriginal land at the expense of the blood of countless thousands, burns to the fucking ground, until every corrupt and illegal institution of white supremacist, patriarchal, capitalist settler colonial power forced upon us is no more… Fuck your flag, your anthem and your precious national day. … Abolish Australia, not just Australia Day.” Aboriginal activist Tony Birch insisted Australia “does not deserve a national celebration in any capacity,” while Onus-Williams later claimed “people who celebrate Australia Day are celebrating the genocide of Aboriginal people, waving Australian flags in our faces. It’s disgusting.” Aboriginal activist Dan Sultan likewise maintained that Australia Day marks the “day that started the ongoing genocide of our people.” A local councilor for the city of Moreland (in Melbourne) claimed that commemorating Australia Day is “like celebrating the Nazi Holocaust.”
The origins of the “genocide” charge embedded in these comments can be traced (inevitably) to a coterie of Jewish academics and intellectuals including, most prominently, Latrobe University historian Tony Barta and Sydney University genocide studies professor and “anti-racism” crusader Colin Tatz. In collaboration with Winton Higgins, Anna Haebich, and A. Dirk Moses, these Jewish intellectual activists have succeeded in ensuring that “genocide is now in the vocabulary of Australian politics.” The word “genocide” was first used regarding Australia’s Aborigines by Barta at an academic conference in 1984 in a presentation entitled “After the Holocaust: Consciousness of Genocide in Australia” where he proclaimed that “genocide had indeed occurred here.” For Barta, a laudable focus on “the Holocaust” had “inhibited consciousness of the violent past that had enabled us to meet on ground named after the colonial secretary, Lord Sydney. The question was equally suppressed where I had settled with my family, the city named after Lord Melbourne.”[…]
As Ryan Martinez writes for PlanertFreeWill.com, tensions among the country’s white farming community have been rising since the election of Cyril Ramaphosa who assumed office earlier this year and committed his African National Congress (ANC) to land expropriation.
ANC chairman Gwede Mantashe sparked panic last week when he said:
“You shouldn’t own more than 25,000 acres of land. Therefore, if you own more it should be taken without compensation.”
“People who are privileged never give away privilege as a matter of a gift,” he continued. “And that is why we say, to give you the tools, revisit the constitution so that you have a legal tool to do it.”
Mantashe comments were condemned by both white and black farmers, with unions predicting such a move would lead to job losses and a situation in which South Africa may no longer be able to feed itself. […]
That purveyor of fish wrap, The New York Times (aka The New York Slimes), once again demonstrates its true colors. “Somebody” in NYT’s human resources department recruited and hired an extreme bigot, an Asian woman named Sarah Jeong. But apparently Jeong’s overt open racism is okay, because it’s directed at white people. Jeong, an “oppressed” Harvard grad, is one of the NYT’s “newest in a fab group of recent additions” to its editorial board of empty suits.
The Daily Caller’s Amber Athey notes that Jeong previously wrote for The Verge and authored an inverted book about online harassment and free speech titled “The Internet of Garbage.”
It seems some “online harassers” have done us the service of collecting a sampling of this “fab” new influencer’s tweets.
Now, you might be thinking that maybe the NY Slimes simply overlooked these tweets when hiring her. Nope. She was hired not despite her racist tweets but BECAUSE of them. The Slimes admitted, “We had candid conversations with Sarah as part of our thorough vetting process, which included a review of her social media history.”
In fact, demonstrating for all to see why the Slimes deserves our “full-blown Lugenpresse” label, a lame statement was issued that claimed that she was “counter trolling” and “imitating the rhetoric of her harassers.” This is shadow language for engaging in online shit storms with those she pissed off with her bigotry on social media.
Yes, “I imitated Internet commenters” is really the kind of editorial decision-making fit for America’s self-proclaimed “top” newspaper.
In the Slimes’ statement on the matter, note that they claim that it was “the fact she is a young Asian woman” that drove trolls to target her, not the obvious evidence that she is a extreme anti-white bigot. The Slimes defines this racist bigotry as “her journalism.”
At this stage, you could be cut some slack for suspecting the Slimes of playing a key role in The Anti-White Conspiracy. If you do some additional research, you will quickly find that more shit storms are spewing forth from Jewish twitter “opinion makers” and from Jewish-owned media outlets.
A collection of tweets in support of Jeong shows that a cadre of usual suspect Jews wholeheartedly support and promote anti-white sentiment, lending further credence to the Conspiracy. The truth, as the saying goes, is antisemitic.
Additionally, came a slew of tweet parroting the neo-Marxist meme that it’s impossible for minorities to be racist.
THE HILL — A new report from Austin, Texas’s Equity Office about existing Confederate monuments suggested changing the city’s name.
The report identified several neighborhoods and 10 streets named in honor of the Confederacy or William Barton, a slave owner dubbed the “Daniel Boone of Texas,” that could be changed, The Austin American-Statesman reported Friday.
Austin’s namesake, Stephen F. Austin — also referred to as the “father of Texas” — opposed efforts by Mexico to abolish slavery in the Tejas province, saying freed slaves would become “vagabonds, a nuisance and a menace,” the newspaper noted. […]