Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Video of a Lynching in “Charlottesville, New York”: Multicultural Subway Mob, Including Rapper, Commit Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault, Robbery, Attempted Robbery, Assault and Battery, While Filming Attack on White Straphanger Who Said the N-Word; Racist Blog Gothamist Celebrates Lynching, but is Disappointed that Victim wasn’t Arrested

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

This is what whites have to look forward to, when they become a minority in their own country. And if Trump amnesties DACA “Dreamers,” this nightmare will be accelerated.

Although there were some commenters at YouTube (besides yours truly) who opposed the Communist celebrants, I could not find a single comment standing up for morality or the law.

Gothamist’s original title, as buried in the URL, is “Princess Nokia Soup Hero.” Every comment I saw supported the lynching. Perhaps someone criticized it, and the thread Nazi deleted his comment. The racist blog permablocked yours truly about three years ago.

Published on Oct 10, 2017
Video courtesy Joshua R. Pyne.

Rapper Princess Nokia Says She Was The One Who Souped Lime-A-Rita L Train Racist
by Jake Offenhartz
Oct 11, 2017 11:30 a.m.

Princess Nokia performing in Los Angeles over the summer. (Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)

Princess Nokia is exiling racists from her kingdom, one hot cup of soup at a time.

On Wednesday, the Bronx-based rapper outed herself as the woman who threw hot soup at a man spewing racial slurs on the L train. In the now viral video, Princess Nokia—real name: Destiny Frasqueri—can be heard shouting "get the fuck out!" at the man, as he chants the n-word and dares straphangers to confront him.

Princess Nokia did just that, then recounted the experience on Twitter:

this bigot called a group of teenage boys "niggers" on the train so I stood up and slapped him and everybody on the train backed me up. When I slapped him he called me a nigger, and when I did all my brothers on the train came to my side and held my hand and comforted me. although painful and humiliating we stood together and kicked this disgusting racist off the train so we could ride in peace away from him.

And yes I threw hot soup in this mans face and kicked him off off the train, and kicked in the face. Any other racists wanna try us again?

The important matter is: I will do anything to defend the honor of my brothers and sisters #blacklivesmatter. I witness blatant racism in public constanly, and it is heartbreaking to witness such hatred and bigotry go Un defended. It take alot of risks trying to stand up to racist & bigots. Putting yourself in potential danger is scary ASF, esp as a young women. But I be damned if i let some drunk bigot call a group of young teenage boys racist names and allow him to get away with it.

Following Saturday's incident, Princess Nokia and some of the other riders reportedly shared a moment. "After Bedford, the woman [who first called him out] kind of broke down," witness Joshua R. Pyne told us. "She and the larger gentlemen in black embraced and there was a good sense that social justice had been served."

In response to Princess Nokia's tweets, several people have also voiced their support for New Yorkers fighting back against white supremacy.

On Tuesday, Paul Lawson shared a series of since-deleted Facebook posts identifying himself as the man in the video, and admitting to being a "race-baiter in this context." He added that he was "not that sorry" about his behavior, because he "enjoys getting a rise out of people." According to video shared with us yesterday, Lawson has a history of disparaging black people on the subway, and getting beat up for it.

Witnesses say a police officer was on the scene at Bedford Avenue during Saturday's incident. A spokesperson with the NYPD said there were no records of anyone who matched Lawson's description being arrested at the station.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Looks like a fake enactment,similar to what Howard Stern might do/have done.He's had people,standing in the street,saying outrageous comments that Stern's writers would jot down for them to say.A crowd would gather.Not saying it's Stern,but similar.
--GR Anonymous