Saturday, March 26, 2016

Slow Saturday Special: The Cross I Must Bear

From post to post, and there are no cheers, only boos for those persecuted this Saturday morning:

"No matter what happens in the months ahead, David Ortiz will be remembered as one of Boston’s most influential athletes. From championships to controversies, few made a greater mark on the city. Ortiz recently took time to sit down and answer some questions about his decision, his memories, and what comes next."

Do you think he will deliver this year?

Cheers I can't hear:

"An Arlington church refuses to let vandals have the last word" by Ellen Ishkanian Globe Correspondent  March 25, 2016

ARLINGTON — Vandals scrawled “Police Lives Matter Too” [on]  the “Black Lives Matter” sign that had hung in front of The Church of Our Saviour since November.

I'll bet the police don't have a clue who it might be.

Attached to the new sign is a note. “For 400 years black people have been treated as though their lives do not matter,” the note reads. “In feeling the need to cut a slash through our banner, the vandal implied that there is a limit on how many people can matter. He or she sets up a false dichotomy that is not helpful to anyone.”

That's the purpose of the propaganda pre$$, yeah.

The church banners are not the only places where Arlington has seen troubling vandalism.

In a March 17 letter to parents, Ottoson Middle School Principal Timothy Ruggere said that racist and anti-Semitic graffiti had been found in two bathrooms at the school. School Superintendent Kathleen Bodie said in a statement that school administrators are meeting with the town’s Human Rights Commission and the Anti-Defamation League.

The Arlington incidents come after several examples of anti-Semitic graffiti have been found in two Newton schools since fall, and racist questions were submitted via an anonymous online site as the Black Leadership Advisory Club prepared for Black Culture Day at Newton North High School in February.

“We are concerned that this is part of a larger epidemic of hatred in our society,” Rev. Malia Crawford said. “The powers of evil in this world rejoice when our fear and anxiety turn into hatred. When we blame our neighbor, we stop asking the real questions: Why in a land of plenty, are so many people suffering? Let us strive to work together for a society that ensures peace and justice for all people.”

That include whitey?

As for the powers of evil and the rejoicing in our fear, I'm governed by them.


God help us all.

"Hackers target Mass. colleges with anti-Semitic fliers" by Travis Andersen Globe Staff  March 25, 2016

At least three Massachusetts colleges were targeted by hackers Thursday who sent anti-Semitic fliers through campus printers, in what appeared to be part of a coordinated attack on universities around the country, according to a civil rights group.

Well, we know where that is coming from at bottom.

Among the schools hit by the hackers were the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Smith College, and Northeastern University in the Commonwealth, and Princeton University, Brown University, DePaul University, and the University of Southern California, according to the Anti-Defamation League.

Hackers infiltrated the computer systems to send fliers that included swastikas and anti-Semitic text above a link to a website classified as a hate group.

It's getting to the point now where be classified as a "hate" group by the worst haters ever is a badge of honor.

Robert O. Trestan, the league’s New England regional director, said in a phone interview that hacking is a new tactic by anti-Semitic agitators, who have historically taped up fliers around campuses or placed them on cars in school parking lots.

“This is a bigger concern than traditional fliering, because there’s a breach of security, and it’s apparently a nationally coordinated attack to spread anti-Semitism,” Trestan said. “It’s always a concern when people are exposed to hate material and lies about other groups.”

He makes a good point; I need to stop reading the AmeriKan War Pre$$.

Trestan said the Anti-Defamation League has spoken with law enforcement about the hacking and that there is no indication of any public safety threats to Massachusetts students. He said it is not clear who sent the fliers.

An FBI spokeswoman said her agency could not confirm or deny the existence of an investigation, per US Justice Department policy.... 

Meaning it's all a false flag and total crap, for the usual reasons. 

In this case, shutting down free speech and targeting all dissidents.


Exhibit A:

"University of California condemns anti-Semitism" Associated Press  March 25, 2016

SAN FRANCISCO — The University of California’s governing board unanimously and without discussion adopted a companion report urging campus leaders to confront intolerant anti-Zionism, or the rejection of Israel’s right to exist. 

And you wonder why I call it ejewkhazion?

It stopped short of equating anti-Zionism with the hatred of Jewish people after that language alarmed critics.

Many have raised concerns that the statement and report will stifle free speech.

Why the concern? 

That what it was meant to do, and think about the hierarchy regarding criticism in this country.

You can criticize celebrity, criticize corporations, criticize politicians, criticize government (a little less so), but criticism of Israel.... !!!!!

You do that or point out the Jewish power structure in control and you get called bad names.

Critics also were disappointed that the declaration singled out anti-Semitism for condemnation at a time when Muslims and other groups in the United States increasingly face discrimination, including hostile remarks from presidential candidates.

It's okay to hate Muslims (and Trump) in Zionist inculcated and indoctrinated AmeriKa.

The board’s action comes amid growing campus tensions between Israeli supporters and backers of Palestinian rights.

Some Jewish groups say they are concerned that anti-Semitic behavior is increasing because of the highly emotional debate. ‘‘For far too long, Jewish students have become victims in the often profoundly contentious anti-Zionist movement on campus,’’ Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, a Hebrew lecturer at the university’s Santa Cruz campus who led the campaign, said after the vote.

You guys have that change that tune, because the whining is no longer working -- even if it were based in fact. The fact that it is not makes it annoying.

Liz Jackson, a staff attorney with Palestine Legal, praised board members for rejecting a blanket equation of anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism but warned that civil rights organizations will sue if the principles are used to stifle or punish criticism of Israel.

Good luck in the Jewish-controlled courts.

She and others say promoting Zionism can also result in intolerant remarks.... 

And if you asked most Americans what is Zionism, they would look at you with a "Huh?"

There is a reason it is that way, and it is meant to be that way.


Besides, everyone knows the devil is down South:

"A white Alabama police officer charged with killing a black man gave two conflicting accounts of the shooting to a state investigator, the agent testified Thursday."

I've stopped firing and am going to put the gun down, 'kay?

Brookline officers join lawsuit alleging racial bias

Brookline residents demand paid leave for two officers

That was denied; however, the notice has been filed, the proper authorities are investigating, and it is time to withdraw.

"Backlash halts removal of Confederate symbols in New Orleans" by Cain Burdeau Associated Press  March 25, 2016

NEW ORLEANS — Backlash against a plan to remove prominent Confederate monuments in New Orleans has been tinged by death threats, intimidation, and even what may have been the torching of a contractor’s Lamborghini.

The monuments, including towering statues of generals Robert E. Lee and P.G.T. Beauregard, have long been viewed by many here as symbols of racism and white supremacy.

I notice Jewish supremacy is never an issue in my paper, and identity politics are fine for race, gender, and every other subgroup. 

New Orleans is a majority African-American city although the number of black residents has fallen since 2005’s Hurricane Katrina drove away many people. Mayor Mitch Landrieu, who proposed the monuments’ removal, rode to victory twice with overwhelming support from the city’s black residents.

Nationally, the debate over Confederate symbols has become heated since nine parishioners were killed at a black church in South Carolina last June. South Carolina removed the Confederate flag from its State House grounds in the weeks after, and several Southern cities have since considered removing monuments.

Actually, it's flying again.

‘‘There is no doubt that there is a huge amount of rage over the attack on Confederate symbols,’’ said Mark Potok with the Southern Poverty Law Center, an Alabama-based group that tracks extremist activity.

Aren't they an arm of Mossad?

His group counted about 360 pro-Confederate battle flag rallies across the nation in the six months after the church shootings. Such rallies were rare before then, he said.

In New Orleans, things have turned particularly ugly....

The African-American sections destroyed by Katrina still haven't been rebuilt, the Gulf Gusher destroyed the livelihoods of all colors and creeds of fishermen -- and yet the great debate in the agenda-pushing jew$paper is a race divide over long ago events. Incredible.


Now that's ugly.

"Concerns about the low numbers of minorities at Twitter have been a major concern for Dorsey since he returned last year as chief executive of the company he cofounded in 2006. But diversity is a hot-button issue throughout Silicon Valley, with companies such as Google, Facebook, Apple, and others reporting relatively few minority employees and hardly any minorities or women in upper management."

In fact, the ratio is roughly that which you would find in the intelligence apparatus of the U.S government or any police department.

That's the final tweet of this post.


Hacker Weev hijacked 29,000 printers to spew anti-Semitic flyers across US colleges 

He's Jewish?