The White privilege to terrorize

schuylaar

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i'm so sick of these WHITE people.


yesterday there was a WHITE tweaker walking down the main eating his 7-11 dinner with fingers during a pandemic with a virus that easily morphs into uncontrollable variants; i was going the other way. he screams at me 'yeah go ahead and take a hard left you stuck up bitch you don't want to walk on the same side as me'.

well, if you have to question it.

there's more than one way to get to those WHITES.
 

hanimmal

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i'm so sick of these WHITE people.


yesterday there was a WHITE tweaker walking down the main eating his 7-11 dinner with fingers during a pandemic with a virus that easily morphs into uncontrollable variants; i was going the other way. he screams at me 'yeah go ahead and take a hard left you stuck up bitch you don't want to walk on the same side as me'.

well, if you have to question it.

there's more than one way to get to those WHITES.
Why are you capitalizing 'WHITE(S)'?
 

hanimmal

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@28 minutes in Nazi barbies are snow flaking about how FB is doing something worthwhile and letting people know when they are getting spammed extremist content this morning on 'Fox and Friends'.

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1. Did anyone else think 'right' when the brown haired one said that she looked at the list and that she could be defined as extremist content?

2. The blonde was really ok with it being used on arresting brown people, but warning about white terrorism (Im sorry 'Americans'/conservatives or whatever dog whistle she used) was going too far.

3. I lol'd at her 'snitch culture' branding propaganda about Americans being warned about extremist propaganda.

4. The China scare tactics is also ridiculous.
 

hanimmal

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https://www.rawstory.com/charles-j-short-arrested/
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A 45-year-old white man from North Carolina is accused of pulling a knife on a Black family at a rest stop in Idaho, calling them slurs, threatening to kill them and telling them to "Go back to Africa."

Charles J. Short, 45, was arrested on suspicion of malicious harassment and aggravated assault, both felonies, in connection with the incident, which occurred Sunday morning, according to the Spokesman-Review.
A Black man, who was at the rest stop in Post Falls with his wife and children, told police Short initially walked up to them and said, "You think I'm an idol worshipper?"

When the Black man asked Short to stay away from his family, he pulled a knife and said, ""Take a walk, n*gger."

The victim picked up a small blue flashlight to defend himself. As he tried to lead his family away, Short lunged at him with a knife before bystanders said they'd call the police and Short left the area.

Short later told deputies he stopped to pick up litter at the rest stop because his father was an Eagle Scout. He admitted to using a racial slur, but claims it was because he became "very upset" when the Black man asked him to stay away from his family.

Short also claimed he "stood his ground" after the Black man threatened him with the flashlight, prompting him to pull a knife because he "was not going to be disrespected."

However, witnesses corroborated the Black man's account, adding that they heard Short tell the family to "Go back to Africa" and "I'll kill you."

According to Spokane's NBC affiliate, Short "stated that he did not agree with his arrest and would not answer any further questions."

A 45-year-old man named Charles J. Short was previously arrested in Charleston, South Carolina, for decapitating a statue of Jesus, according to news reports.
 

printer

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Judge says that man who engaged neighbor in racist rant poses 'a high risk of danger to the community'
Superior Court Judge Terrence Cook issued his ruling against Edward C. Mathews, 45, during a remote detention hearing, according to a local ABC News affiliate station.

Mathews started an altercation with his Black neighbor earlier this month, approaching him while yelling racial slurs and eventually ramming his chest into the other man. Videos of the incident made their way around social media and resulted in over 100 protesters arriving at Mathews' home.

He was later taken into custody by local police.

Burlington County Assistant Prosecutor Jamie Hutchinson said during the Wednesday hearing that the encounter was not the first time Mathews had harassed his neighbors. He was allegedly involved in several incidents dating back to April of last year, WPVI reported.

"He was shooting up cars this entire time, he was throwing rocks at cars and he was smearing feces on cars. The ammunition confirms this and it's not a leap to assume that it would escalate his behavior if he was in fact released and that ammunition could be aimed at a person next time," Hutchinson reportedly said.

Mathews has been charged with 14 counts, including harassment, biased intimidation and assault.
 
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