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Friday, June 26, 2020

Genesee County DA Revokes Black Sucker Punch B--ch Damire Canell Palmer's Get-Out-of-Jail Free Card for Hate Crime against White Victim--for Now

By R.C.
Fri, Jun 26, 2020 9:39 p.m.

Man Charged in Flint Twp. Attack on Macy's Employee




R.C.: Since when do blecks need to be provoked?

There is always a Category 5 chimp out just waiting to explode whenever there are two or more of them in one place for more than 5  nanoseconds.





2 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Earlier this week, Trump tweeted about the incident, suggested the employee was attacked because of his race and asked, “Where are the protesters?”

“This is a horrific hate crime and if the races were reversed it would be the only thing we talk about for days,” Trump said Monday after retweeting a video of the incident."
GRA:All good points by Trump.No other politician would dare say it,I think.
--GRA

Anonymous said...

DAILY RUNDOWN OF WHITES CAVING IN TO STUPIDITY.SIMPSONS MINORITY CHARACTERS WILL ONLY BE VOICED BY MINORITIES.L'OREAL REMOVES WORD,"WHITENING".
GRA:This isn't being "woke"--this is "whacked"(past tense of woke?).If these are the new rules," Hamilton" must immediately cease production,James Bond must stay white(GRA:can't have it both ways liberals) and Bart Simpson cannot be voiced by a middle aged woman.
(Breitbart)Long-time cartoon sitcom “The Simpsons” announced on Friday that non-white characters will no longer be voiced by white actors.

“Moving forward, THE SIMPSONS will no longer have white actors voice non-white characters,” the show said in a statement on Friday.


While the main characters on the cartoon are white, there are several characters of color. Most notably, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, who was voiced by Hank Azaria. In 2018, Azaria said that he would no longer voice the convenience store clerk after the show faced criticism that Nahasapeemapetilon’s character plays up Indian-American stereotypes

PARIS (AP) — French cosmetics giant L’Oreal said Saturday that it will remove words like “whitening” from its skin care products, a move that comes amid global protests against racism sparked by the death of George Floyd in the United States.


The company said in a statement Saturday that it “has decided to remove the words white/whitening, fair/fairness, light/lightening from all its skin evening products.”

L’Oreal’s decision follows a similar move by Anglo-Dutch firm Unilever on Thursday. It is among a number of companies that have been the target of criticism in the wake of Floyd’s death following his arrest in Minneapolis.

Earlier this month, L’Oreal tweeted that that it “stands in solidarity with the Black community and against injustice of any kind. … Speaking out is worth it.” The post drew a negative reaction from people who see the company’s business model and advertising as focused on white consumers.
--GR Anonymous--I'm a white survivalist