Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Working While White

[Re: “Yet Another Racist Hate Crime Committed in … the NBA!... Third Racist NBA Attack in One Month; There is Clearly a Racist Conspiracy Among Black Players to Run All Whites Out of the League.”]

By Anonymous
Friday, November 10, 2017 at 8:37:00 P.M. EST

This is what happens on jobs. Whites are set up for failure by the savage thugs. And no support for the white person who stands up for himself or tells anyone - the victim is called names - racist. Only blacks are allowed to be victims, because it's their traditional move [?] use it to hide behind and to mask their true intentions.

The NYC MTA [Metropolitan Transit Authority] is a black-dominated work place which is why they have extensive and complex problems. According to all the money paid for maintenance and janitors, the MTA platforms, stations and trains should be spotless. The savages like to act like it's back in slavery times and everyone is the massa, so they don't work. What does a savage care about things being clean? I was told by an MTA bus driver that it's such a small thing for people to urinate and defecate in the street. To me, that's what animals do. My bad, I don't get black culture! Oh, educate me. :(

OT- in your neck of the woods –

Wit of Wit's End- (former drug dealer at Playland Motel) is back with a new pizzeria just when cocaine and crack sales are booming on Rockaway Beach Boulevard and Beach 97th Street. Nah, it doesn't have anything to do with the many new Peruvian and Ecuadorean restaurants and their unlicensed nightclub/beer gardens! And so close to the snitch jacket drug dealer headquarters at 199 Beach 96th Street. It takes a village....


Anonymous said...

Portis at it again--goes after white player in midair-gets flagrant fouls,ejected.
GRA:The following is ESPN'S forgiving version of Portis'attack on Washington Wizard whitey Tomas Satoransky's drive to the basket.

Bobby Portis' questionable flagrant foul 2 spoils Tomas Satoransky's career night

Nick Friedell
ESPN Staff Writer
CHICAGO -- Washington Wizards guard Tomas Satoransky scored a career-high 25 points in Saturday's 101-90 win over Chicago but saw his night end early following a questionable flagrant foul 2 by Bulls forward Bobby Portis.

The play in question occurred with 2:35 left in regulation and the Wizards leading by 10. Satoransky went up to try to finish at the rim as Portis came over to try to block his shot. There was a collision in midair as Satoransky fell hard on the floor as blood trickled from the side of his head. He laid on the ground for several moments as trainers came over to check on him before heading to the locker room.

On replays, it appeared that Portis went for the ball, but after video review, Portis was assessed a flagrant foul 2 and ejected from the game.

"Everybody knows the rule," Wizards coach Scott Brooks said. "It's a dangerous play. I'm sure if he had to do it all over again, he probably would have taken it back. It's a competitive moment. He was trying to prevent the dunk. But it's one of those things, unfortunately it happened, but he's going to be all right."
GRA:Obvious question:Would Portis have attempted such a stunt on another black?Obvious answer:No.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Looking at the replay...there is no doubt that Portis hit the white player's(Satoransky's) arm full contact--not the ball.The fall was quick and could have been fatal,with the head hitting the floor.
Recalling Portis' history of attacking Nicola Mirotic,all one can assume,is that Portis hates whites.Would be interesting to see if Mirotic commented on this play.

Anonymous said...

Now identified as former student Nicolas Cruz.Mex?

Anonymous said...

Nicolas de Jesus Cruz.
'nuff said.

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Here is a video of the Portis dirty hit on whitey:
Note the commentators covering for Portis. As I stated in my recent comment about how the top 3 players in the NBA have all been taken out by questionable hits by blacks, the line between a clean play and one that can cause injury is a very fine one and all it takes is little extra nudge to end a players season, the Portis hit was well beyond that, you can clearly see him "going for the ball" but he had direct contact with Satoransky's arm giving him leverage that resulted in a clothesline. No way he didn't know the result of doing that was so we know it was deliberate, but again, as I stated before, black players are being given extra leeway to be physical with whites by the referees and the press, coaches, refs and the nba in general is turning a blind eye.

Anonymous said...

Africans in America will kill a White wherever the black can reach you.

Anonymous said...

Jerry,there's one clip(from the Wizards telecast,I assume) that shows the announcers ripping on Portis immediately.I still say it was a racist foul.Honestly,when is the last time you've seen a black on black attack like that,in the NBA?I remember one,some years ago,involving Dennis Rodman.Then the big one with Ron Artest in 2004--Artest committing a foul on blackie Ben Wallace,which turned into a rush into the stands.Miami and the Knicks had a few.The main point is,when blacks have a major flagrant foul on another black,a fight breaks out.When blackie nails a white with a debilitating foul--no fight.Am I wrong about that recollection?
---GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Yes, there is a pattern there, though at times I have seen variations but overall it goes like this: If a black fouls another black with a dirty hit, all hell breaks loose as players rush to defend "their" guy, if a white fouls a black with a dirty hit then all hell again breaks loose as black players all rush to defend "their" guy against "whitey", if a black hits a white with a dirty hit nobody, not even white players, rush to defend "their" guy.