Gregory Hood, American Renaissance, April 20, 2021
Businesses are boarding up in Minneapolis and Brooklyn Center before the Derek Chauvin verdict — because multiracialism doesn’t work.
— Disclose.tv 🚨 (@disclosetv) April 19, 2021
Brooklyn Center, MN pic.twitter.com/4eepsxzZcz
— Logan Ratick (@Logan_Ratick) April 19, 2021
— James Klüg (@realJamesKlug) April 12, 2021
Get out of big cities like Minneapolis. This shit is the new normal. pic.twitter.com/RdRJhzjHb8
— Starscream CIA-Simulation Warlord 🇺🇸🦈🇺🇸 (@zerosum24) April 19, 2021
Rep. Maxine Waters is making it worse.
Maxine Waters is marching in Brooklyn Center tonight and told people to take to the streets if Chauvin is acquitted pic.twitter.com/RemfvCCLAn
— Reasonable Officer Poso (@JackPosobiec) April 18, 2021
Republican Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, fresh from attacking his own party’s “America First Caucus,” told Nancy Pelosi that Maxine Waters should be punished for encouraging riots. Speaker Pelosi brushed him off. I assume Minority Leader McCarthy will do nothing.
Maxine Waters is inciting violence in Minneapolis — just as she has incited it in the past. If Speaker Pelosi doesn’t act against this dangerous rhetoric, I will bring action this week.
— Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) April 19, 2021
From the pool. Pelosi says she doesn’t think Waters should apologize for her remarks about confrontation after the Chauvin verdict. Pelosi also said she didn’t think Waters comments would incite violence.
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) April 19, 2021
Here is video from a shooting in Louisiana. The audio commentary is instructive.
BREAKING: At least 5 people shot in Shreveport, Louisiana pic.twitter.com/OpuIVfdTf7
— BNO News (@BNONews) April 19, 2021
Now for our usual roundup of anti-white animus.
The Nation’s Justice Correspondent:
I’m going to listen to Eric Nelson but, fair warning, that will max out my “listening to white people” quotient for the day, likely the week, possibly the month.
— Elie Mystal (@ElieNYC) April 19, 2021
No one’s forcing you to stay here. There are whole countries where you can be among your own.
The girl who made a career from once taking down the Confederate flag has some thoughts.
The eagerness & urgency with which white people *from across the globe* leap forward to defend the racist murders of Black & brown people by US police says it all.
— DEFUND & ABOLISH POLICE (@BreeNewsome) April 19, 2021
This is proof that we view reality in fundamentally different ways and shouldn’t be forced to deal with each other.
White people even create entire fake online digital blackface personas just to argue in favor of racism. It’s pathological.
— DEFUND & ABOLISH POLICE (@BreeNewsome) April 19, 2021
On the same weekend that conservative group @TPUSA held its “Young Latino Leadership Summit” in Arizona, the organization’s chief operating officer was online lecturing people about how the state would be totally unlivable if not for white people. pic.twitter.com/P5ezwr2dhv
— Nick Martin (@nickmartin) April 19, 2021
What did he get wrong Who depends on whom? If we can start discussing that, we can deal with the real issues.
From the taxpayer-supported BBC:
Tonight on #Panorama, “Is the Church #Racist?” #clergy from ethnic minority backgrounds speak out about their experiences of #racism /#institutionalracism within the #Church of England pic.twitter.com/bCwOcg0NWs
— Panorama 🌐 (@BBCPanorama) April 19, 2021
England has a state church. Most think it’s the Church of England, but it’s really anti-racism.
A Labour city councilor from Liverpool, posted on Facebook, saying that a list of Prince Philip’s politically incorrect comments was: “Just a list of reasons why the world is a better place without this fascist piece of inbred sh** in it.” She’s since apologized.
Still, there were other comments about the prince. Just a few people could attend his funeral because of COVID-19. They were all white. Somehow, this was a problem.
Jeremy Vine even manages to turn HRH Prince Philip’s funeral into a race issue. 🤯
I’m so tired of this divisive narrative. Identity politics has taken over and it’s insidious.
I appreciate the irony of this, but can we please stop talking about race!pic.twitter.com/7gTD4pMiZp
— Calvin Robinson (@calvinrobinson) April 15, 2021
No, we can’t stop talking about race. I wish we could. However, this is the world we live in, and whites need to wake up or die out.
On Monday, Boris Johnson defended Prince Philip’s comments as “trying to break the ice and get people laughing”. On Sunday a chief Sunday Times correspondent said we “secretly enjoyed” the comments. Funny how white people always get to define what is or isn’t racist 🤷🏽♀️ https://t.co/FvhQdFSVD6
— Helena Wadia (@helenawadia) April 18, 2021
Does anyone believe that’s true?
— The ReidOut (@thereidout) April 16, 2021
What would “reconciling” our past mean? And what does she mean by “our?”
By the way, a few years ago she had an old blog where she posted anti-gay statements. She blamed “hackers.” Her career hasn’t suffered.
Here are a few from former Democrat congressional candidate Saira Rao. I call her whom “Ol’ Reliable.”
White people and men:
Do you EVER take a day off from your nonsense? Wake up and think, “I am going to be less toxic today”?
Please try it. Just one day.
— saira rao (@sairasameerarao) April 11, 2021
White people continue to murder Black and brown people with impunity.
What a completely vile country.
— saira rao (@sairasameerarao) April 17, 2021
Activist Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman.
This week showed me that the root of every single injustice across the West is white comfort. Everything from mass shootings to police brutality to disingenuous calls for diversity. White comfort.
White comfort despite the world being Black and Brown. Now, ain’t that some shit?
— Anna Gifty (@itsafronomics) April 16, 2021
Incredible that in a “Black and Brown world,” BLM activists love to move in with us. White Comfort is a wonderful thing.
Author Frederick Josh:
Being a Democrat, regardless where you may fall on the spectrum of the party, doesn’t absolve you of racism. Which also exists on a spectrum.
— Frederick Joseph (@FredTJoseph) April 12, 2021
Kwame Ture and Charles Hamilton on the difference between individual racism and systemic racism, and how “well meaning” white people (read: liberals) uphold institutional racism pic.twitter.com/UJt1VvIrWc
— When is the General Strike (@SoulRevision) April 19, 2021
also it doesn’t sit right with me when white people come in like “as a white people, i hate other white people too”
like no, YOU’RE white. idc if you’re “one of the good ones” you’re STILL white. you don’t get to distance yourself from other white people
— 🏹💙spider ashu|i💙kat💙♤♣ (@aspecpjospidesi) April 19, 2021
Keep this up. Whites need to get it through their heads: Anti-racism is a church with no salvation. You are guilty no matter what.
Finally, a stupid internet controversy. A girl made a happy birthday video, but there’s a Confederate flag in the background, so the lynch-mob is gathering.
commented on their youtube video, weverse post & EMAILED THEM. please reach out to Ayland on youtube and tell them to edit out the engene with a confederate flag ! pic.twitter.com/hWTDEcn6vL
— JAY DAY📌 (@bunnsies) April 19, 2021
FUCK WHITE PEOPLE https://t.co/GK05V5suS7
— rose | birthjay ♡ (@lilacjays) April 19, 2021
There are quite a few of these.
Get ready for more “Sights and Sounds” this week, regardless of the verdict. Now, I think I’ll board up my house.