Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Tawana Goes to the University of Tennessee? Yet Another Highly Suspicious “Hate Crime” Befalls a Black Coed

By Nicholas Stix

It’s hoax season. We’ve already seen what looks like a race hoax committed on April 7 in Berthoud, Colorado, by a black, female exchange high school student from Germany, charging that she was (very superficially) stabbed by a very German-looking, generic white man, and now we hear of an equally suspicious-sounding “hate crime” from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville
A female UT student told police that she was grabbed by her waist as she exited her vehicle and that her attacker made a "racially charged statement."

The black “victim” could not identify her attacker, whom she claimed was clad in black, and wearing a bandanna.

Oddly enough, black clothes and a bandanna is the uniform of “anti-racists,” and also left the “victim” with a description of a generic white male.

UT had a series of transparent hate crime hoaxes in 2010 that I reported on for VDARE.
In a March 26 [2010] email to the UT Knoxville campus community, Chancellor Jimmy Cheek [Email him]decried at least four recent incidents involving "derogatory and racist language" written on dorm posters, etc., and was reportedly "calling for change":

"We will not tolerate disrespect, racism or bias on our campus. One of my top priorities as chancellor is to increase diversity on our campus, and one of the best ways to do that is to create and maintain a welcoming campus climate for all."

[UT reports detail bias incidents; chancellor calls for change by Chloe White Kennedy, Knoxville News Sentinel, March 26, 2010.]

“Increase diversity” translates into English as ‘admit and hire ever more unqualified, morally unfit black and Hispanic student and worker applicants, discriminate against ever more qualified, white heterosexual male (and some female)applicants), and support ever more race hoaxes. “Maintain a welcoming campus climate for all," translates into English as, ‘make white, heterosexual men feel as unwelcome as possible.’

Of course, when UT was rocked in 2007 by a real hate crime, the most heinous of its type in the history of the city, the kidnapping-torture-gang-rape-murder of UT student Channon Christian and her boyfriend, Christopher Newsom, the local authorities and the media lied, in denying that the atrocity was racially motivated. Conversely, the same folks have never, to my knowledge, admitted when a black has committed a hate crime hoax.

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UT police investigating weekend attack on campus
By Anonymous
Knoxville News Sentinel
April 30, 2012 at 3:40 p.m.; updated at 3:52 p.m.

KNOXVILLE — Authorities are investigating a reported assault that took place over the weekend on the University of Tennessee campus.

The attack took place at 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, in the N-3 student parking lot near the Apartment Residence Hall, according to an email to students, faculty and staff from the University of Tennessee Police Department.

A female UT student told police that she was grabbed by her waist as she exited her vehicle and that her attacker made a "racially charged statement."

The victim, who police said is African-American, freed herself and ran away. She was not injured and reported the incident to campus police late Sunday night, according to the email. The suspect is described as a white male, about 5 feet, 10 inches tall. He reportedly wore a black shirt, black pants and a bandana over his face. A more complete description of the suspect was not immediately available.
Anyone with information about the assault is asked to contact UT Police at 865-974-3114.

More details as they develop online and in Tuesday's News Sentinel.

[Thanks to reader DiverCity, for sending in this one.

Previously, at WEJB/NSU:

“Hate Crime Hoax in Colorado? Not to Diversity-Trained Cops”;

“Have You Seen This Man? Generic Description and Generic Police Sketch of Suspect in Generic Neo-Nazi ‘Hate Crime’ in Colorado.”]

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