Comedian Steven Crowder is known for his comical—and, often times, edgy—viral videos. Keeping up with current events as he typically does, the performer posted a video on Facebook last week surrounding the George Zimmerman trial. Little did he know that the social media platform would inevitably ban the clip, citing a “hate speech” violation.

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Before we get into the specifics of the removal, let’s first take a brief look at the video, which meshes media footage from Rachel Jeantel’s testimony in the much-covered court trial with Crowder’s perspective on her comments.

If you’ve been paying attention, you know that during questioning, Jeantel made some curious and noteworthy comments. When asked about whether Trayvon Martin might have lied to her, she said, “That’s real retarded, sir. That’s real retarded to do that, sir”—a response many found quite odd. Then there was Jeantel’s refusal to admit that the term “creepy a** cracker” was a racial statement.

Crowder took these moments and ran with them, poking fun in the viral video in question, which he titled, “‘Retarded’ Racist Zimmerman Trial Witness.” In assessing footage of Jeantel making these statements, the comedian made numerous quips that were laden with sarcasm about how “creepy a** cracker” obviously isn’t racist because white people use it all the time as a term of endearment.

He then turned to the term “retarded.”

“Now initially that [Jeantel using the word ‘retarded’] could seem offensive … but I understand in this instance its different, because, according to the records, the star witness, Rachel, as you’ve seen, would appear to be a special needs person — and so she can use the word,” Crowder joked. “She can say that something is retarded. See, you and I can’t use the word. But only people with special needs can call people retarded.”

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After realizing on July 1 that the clip had disappeared from his Facebook page, Crowder contacted the company’s sales department, noting that he had paid to advertise the clip and that it subsequently disappeared without reason.

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After sending numerous messages demanding to know why it was removed, the company responded and looked into the matter, determining that the video was “removed for violating [the] policy around hate speech.” Dahnert explained that, even if Crowder didn’t intend to discriminate, Facebook deemed the clip’s contents unpalatable.

“While your post may not have been intended as hateful, or discriminatory, the content itself contained speech that is hateful,” the response read, in part. “The guidance I have been given by the policy team states that you could re-post this content as long as you also post a message condemning or clarifying the actual hate speech.”

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What’s unclear, though, is whether Crowder’s commentary was the problem, or whether Jeantel’s statements were flagged by Facebook as being inappropriate.

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  • CJ Haze

    Crowder was also cancelled from appearing on The Daily Show (after he was booked). It’s not the ghettopotamus that is offensive, apparently it is Crowder.

    • CJ Haze

      Derbyshire (who was, far and away, the speaker at the conference I wanted to see) described Rachel Jeantel — in his takimag article five days ago — as “a three-hundred-pound slab of ghetto attitude.”

      He was 100% accurate. The Daily Caller even published some of her former tweets. It was an abomination of the English language.

      • On the up-side, Jeantel is probably now the acknowledged national expert on “retarded” testimony.

        • Ed_NY

          Agreed, she is the rule rather then the exception!

          • YngveKlezmer

            The rule indeed. She is the average and typical American Negress. Schvarza and jiggaboo are adjectives that describe her and her fellow Negresses best.

        • YngveKlezmer

          The Negroid conception of developmental disabilities: “Yo, yoo dun be re-tahd-ud yo”, as expressed by a Negress that epitomizes the typical and average level of cognition of a Negress. Remember, this is the race that, in their native African habitat, has an average I.Q. of 73. This is why the Yiddish term schvarza implies cognitive inferiority to the degree that saying “dumb schvarza” is redundant. Jeantel epitomizes that they are indeed schvarza, and that nothing we do will change their nature. They are a retrograde species of humanity, and we should have left them in Africa.

      • YngveKlezmer

        I don’t even have to endure the pain of listening further corruptions of our glorious Anglo-Saxon tongue to imagine how this sounds. She is a real Sasquatch, that is obvious, like so many of the Negresses.

    • Creepy as a cracker!

      Crowder is another victim of the PC police.

      • YngveKlezmer

        He is indeed. He has been brainwashed, and his shameful defense of the use of the epithet “Cracker” showcases the results of brainwashing. In the old days, when our leaders encouraged pride in our heritage amongst our European American masses, he would have taken offense, as he should, at this Negress so shamefully bandying about an epithet such as Cracker.

    • YngveKlezmer

      Crowder dismisses the use of the term “Cracker” by the Negroids, and he is wrong to do so. If fairness prevails, either we should be allowed to freely call them jiggaboos and porch monkeys in public, especially amongst ourselves, or they should risk punishment for using a term like Cracker publicly.

      • Creepy as a cracker!

        My thoughts exactly!

  • Jefferson

    Next time Liberals tell you they are the biggest defenders of freedom of speech, tell them to buzz off.

    The only people who are true defenders of freedom of speech have been those on the right (Conservatives and right leaning Libertarians).

    • YngveKlezmer

      Buzz off is right!! That is why, whenever I am in a location where I can use terms like Jiggaboo and Schvarza with impunity, I do so. When at a politically correct place such as work, I denounce the use of terms that disparage European Americans, and upbraid the speaker for using such terms.

    • FourFooted_Messiah

      That’s what confuses me. I always thought I was left – I care enough about wildlife and the environment to be concerned about human overpopulation – but I’m “rightwing” because I see that overpopulation is the biggest environmental problem, not carbon or whatnot. I believe in merit – but I’m rightwing because I don’t make allowances for certain races being more special than others (EXCEPT for Native treaty rights, which are horribly abused – I’m “rightwing” for noticing that abuse, and noting that Natives are just as greedy as whites when it comes time to kill non-humans freely.) I always thought freedom of speech was a liberal value – now it’s the so-called “liberals” telling us what we can and can’t say. I have no problem with abortion – but I’m rightwing for advocating more of it in Africa, where it’s badly needed (though I don’t mind them providing vulture fodder – vultures need to eat, too, and do better at fending for themselves than African humans.) I’m rightwing to care enough about whales to not want to see Inuit killing them “just because it’s traditional” (what BS!) when no one else is, or should be, allowed to do this. I smoke pot, but I’m a bloody redneck for also liking my tobacco and high-toned rum.

      I guess you can’t win for losing, just call me Charlie Brown.

      • Irishgirl

        Thank you for articulating my own political views so well! I’ve called myself a “recovering liberal” but I still hold liberal views regarding the corporatization of America, the environment and such.

        I can’t wait to say to my (very liberal) father at our next family reunion, “Yo, Dad, you creepy a** cracker, how you be?”

    • YngveKlezmer

      Biggest defenders of Negro Freedom of Speech, that is what these Liberals are. Negro freedom of speech, but, for us European Americans, we might as well be living in Leningrad in the 1980’s when it comes to speaking truth about Negro behavior.

  • Put in on Youtube until they yank it over there too.
    They need to start selling “Creepy Ass Cracker” T-shirts.

    • jane johnson

      Here in the South, Sunshine (think Cheez-its) used to make “Georgia Crackers”. They looked and tasted just like Ritz Crackers, but were lots cheaper. I was going to post a picture of the box just for the heck of it, but alas, they are no longer available. In fact, I can’t even find a reference to them through Google or the company website. Strangely, they must have offended someone.

    • Creepy as a cracker!

      I would like one in XXL please. Thank you!

  • This is the real hate speech:

    www(dot)breitbart(dot)com/Big-Journalism/2013/07/03/facebook-wont-remove-riot-trayvon-page

    FACEBOOK WON’T REMOVE ‘KILL ZIMMERMAN’ PAGE, DELAYS BLOCKING ‘RIOT FOR TRAYVON’ ACCOUNT

    The social media giant Facebook initially said it would not remove a page dubbed “RIOT for Trayvon” claiming it “doesn’t violate our community standard on credible threat of violence.” Later, the site apparently yanked the page but left another called “Kill Zimmerman” as is…..

    • The__Bobster

      Never use your real name on Faye’s Spook.

      Boy sentenced for racist jokes on the net
      Jönköping County

      One boy wrote a post about Somalis on Facebook. Now, he is sentenced to pay a fine of Jönköping district court for incitement to racial hatred.

      – It was silly in retrospect, when I think about it, says the boy.

      The boy, who is in his teens, was charged with hate speech and on Wednesday took the trial room.

      It was the beginning of the year as the boy copied a formula from a site on the internet and then pasted in a post on his Facebook page so others could see it.

      The post was to Somalis attracts flies, which would make it easy to kill many birds at once.

      The boy himself deny the charges but acknowledges that the phrase existed on his Facebook page, “Passed the border”

      • Spartacus

        Wanna hear a classic racist Romanian joke ?

        Question: How did the Somali government collapse ?
        Answer: They chopped down the tree it was in.

        Anybody wanna arrest me for that, come and try, and let’s see what happens.

        • Q: What do they use for public transportation in Lewiston, Maine?
          A: Ambulances.

          Q: Have you heard they’re improving Lewiston’s public transportation?
          A: They’re planting the trees closer together.

          • Melanie

            It’s a shame what happened to that town. I read that the Somalis targetted it on purpose for the welfare benefits, and sued when the benefits weren’t enough to meet the demand.

            It also ought to put the lie to the comforting myth that blacks can’t live in cold places. Tell that to all the Somalis holing up in Minnesota.

          • IstvanIN

            The Feds need to make sure we have no safe haven when they go for the final pincer movement against white America, thus flooding states like Maine with Africans. They want to make sure we have no fall back position, no way to be able to retreat behind our own lines.

          • Creepy as a cracker!

            Gun control is all about disarming Whites. Without guns, we have little defense from the savages.

          • DelmarJackson

            I didn’t know it was the Somalis that “targeted” Lewiston Maine. I thought it was the white American Lutheran and catholic charity refugee scamsters.

            Unassimilating culture destroying immigrants are not a problem, they are a symptom. The problem is our fellow American traitors and the inexcusable apathy of our own people to defend what was given to them by the blood toil and sacrifices of their ancestors.
            Join numbersusa,read vdare every day and vote the weasels out!

          • Melanie

            That is true in general, that mainstream Christian churches (or at least ostensibly mainstream, it includes “Christian” churches which support the sodomite agenda in spite of the clear meaning of the Bible) are behind the resettlement of Somalis and other third world parasites in the US. They even receive money from the federal gov (that’s our tax money) for doing so.

            But in the case of his particular group of Somalis-I don’t recall reading how they were originally brought to the US. They were first settled in GA, but didn’t like the low welfare pay-offs from that state, so I read. Many southern states have low rates of “benefits”, but I wouldn’t have thought GA was one of them, considering how many US blacks flock to Atlanta as the “black mecca”.

            At any rate, this group of Somalis took it upon themselves to find another area to move to, one with higher rates of benefits, and settled on Lewiston, MA. When they grew so numerous that Lewiston couldn’t meet the demand anymore, they sued the town and won. I didn’t pay much attention to the rest of the story, but I assume they forced Lewiston to accept more federal money or take debt upon itself to meet their demand.

          • YngveKlezmer

            True. Mainline Christian churches doing Mission trips in Africa is a huge problem, as are the false current teachings of the church on race. The correct biblical stance on race lies in the Bible passage that commands that our children are born “In our own likeness”, which obviously makes miscegenation a sin. A mulatto baby is not in the likeness of the White parent. Churches should use this passage to re-inculcate racial loyalty and pride in Whites, and to paint miscegenation as sinful in the same manner as homosexuality and beasteality. Churches need to encourage racial purity, and, of course, the racial segregation necessary to maintain racial purity, instead of encouraging integration and miscegenation. Racial integration and miscengation are Satan’s will, not God’s will, and Churches need to get back on track with this issue.

          • Creepy as a cracker!

            They will live on the north pole if it means they don’t have to work, will get Section 8 Housing, an EBT Card, Medicaid and all of the other gibmedats. Parasites will find a host in any climate or condition.

          • YngveKlezmer

            Correct. They will live anywhere that handouts are given to them. Detroit, MI is not exactly mild in the winter, and neither is Buffalo, NY, or Milwaukee. Yet, the Negroes have taken over and destroyed these once great cities, all three once great bastions of Polish and German culture. Climate is no barrier to their incursions into our homelands. We must revoke the handouts that beckon them, but, most of all, we must return to our racial awareness and pride, and refuse to allow them to move into our communities. Just as we teach kids to say no to drugs, we need to teach them to say no to Negroes. Every community that is all, or nearly all White in America needs to take the right attitude, and be determined to stay that way. We need to return to the old ways of thinking, where Negroes are not welcome in certain towns, and preserve these towns as havens of our European American culture. When such towns stand out as especially safe and clean, other communities will follow.

          • FourFooted_Messiah

            Hell, I saw Sikhs in Fort Nelson, British Columbia. The winters there SUCK.

          • Melanie

            They go where the money (other people’s) is. It’s not like white men hadn’t invented central and other forms of heating. The blacks in the projects pretty much “hibernate” in their roach traps until spring. When they come out, the crime rates begin their summer climb. It’s as regular and predictable as the seasons themselves.

            Oh my, the stories I have read from cops who worked Cabrini Green, Robert Taylor projects, etc! Going to knock on a door at a call, seeing the ground in front of them appear to move, and when they shone their lights on it, it did-the ground in front of the door being just covered with roaches! They had to change clothes after their shifts in their yard, so as to make sure to not bring the roaches/other pests into their homes! HOW can anyone live that way! Including the poor cops, in this case!

        • YngveKlezmer

          Good one!!! Actually, I thought that one of natives mistakenly took a dump in the hole that it was in….

      • guest

        Never use your real name on Facebook
        ——————————————————————————–

        They can still find it out. I don’t trust anyone on that site and especially those that own and run it. I never signed up for that nonsense and I always wondered why people did in the first place…

        • Joe blow

          Never trust anything “invented” by someone with a name like Zuckerberg. Facebook is the biggest time-waster since choking the chicken

    • cancerous bananna

      I think that fb page was a social commentary a la farce.. it had my back up until I started reading the comments .. THAT’s why I hate and avoid facebook like a plague.. that, and all the crummy people from high school that only make me feel good that I’m still fit and have all my hair!

      • Puggg

        I’m on it, but just to keep up with ex-classmates. The only thing that makes me remember is why I wasn’t real friends with them when I was actually in high school. You “like” Wal-Mart? Big deal.

        • FourFooted_Messiah

          I used to use it to contact my kids. But I got banned, and they don’t allow pseudonyms. Had another account banned for that (promotional page for cartoons).

          I’m kind of beyond caring anymore. I haven’t even touched my stuff in over two years now, and will probably never finish my last project.

    • Funruffian

      Damn! I’m going to have to cancel my Facebook account. I can no longer participate in social media that supports Black terrorism against Whites.

      • Melanie

        You won’t regret it. If nothing else, one less avenue for the government (and whoever else they share the info with) to spy into your life.

        • If you’re worried about them spying, simply post things that aren’t true. Or limit posts to completely innocuous things.

    • The silver lining is that Facebook has given Zimmerman grounds for a large lawsuit against them. He’s got legal bills, so could doubtless use the money.

      • OlderWoman

        Trayvon’s mother will sue for all the money he collects from Facebook and NBC. Typical Negro Behavior.

  • CoweringCoward

    After leaving the “KillZimmerman” Facebook page up, even after I and many others complained about it! Facebook is INSANELY anti-white.

    • MawellAxel

      Of course, a tribe member owns it.

    • Melanie

      Which is one of many reasons that I avoid social media. Another reason is that it’s mostly time-wasting, and mind-numbingly stupid.

    • MawellAxel

      of course it is, it is owned by a …..

    • Major

      Zuckerberg is only doing what a good little Bar Mitzvah’d boy from wealth on Longgggg Island would do. Being self hating and putting himself above the goys. His giving Newark, NJ $100 million to “improve” edjumacation is further proof of his guilt.

      Besides…we all know that Zuck is a thief and a liar and stole FB from his partner.

      Zuck wouldn’t dare pulling down or censoring black hate posts…as he knows he’ll have to suffer the racissss tag if he did.

      • Creepy as a cracker!

        So there goes another $100,000,000 down the toilet!

      • AutomaticSlim

        Not Long Island, he’s from Westchester…but…Plenty of Bar Mitvah’s in either place.

  • The__Bobster

    Just remember that the Big Zuck is the “conservative” who is running all those amnesty ads.

    • Jefferson

      With “conservative” friends like Mark Zuckerberg, John McCain, Lindsey Graham, and Marco Rubio, who needs liberal enemies.

      • TheRawTruth222

        Exactly.

    • Melanie

      From what I understand, he’s playing both sides. He has one site which purports to be conservatives supporting amnesty, and another site he backs presents itself as the left supporting amnesty.

      No different than Congress, where the left and the so-called “right” are both supporting amnesty. We’ll see how it plays out in the House, but I’m betting that the House will find some weasely way to support it. It’s my understanding that if any bill at all leaves the House, no matter how it differs in detail from the Senate bill, it can be combined with the Senate Bill and passed, therefore passing amnesty.

      • IstvanIN

        Zuckerberg is on one side and one side only, the side that wants the US and the American people destroyed.

        • MawellAxel

          oh, the golem-sachs side

      • The__Bobster

        As part of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s complex, multi-faceted plan to get Congress to pound down computer programmers’ salaries further, the Big Zuck recently launched the FWD.US immigration deform advocacy umbrella group (a.k.a., the National Association for the Advancement of Billionaire People). Now, FWD.US has launched twin Republican and Democratic subsidiaries: Americans for a Conservative Direction and Council for American Job Growth, which are running ads supporting politicians backing the Gang of Eight’s plan.

        Yes, I know this sounds like I’ve been dipping into Umberto Eco again, but it’s true.

        The two subsidiary websites have identical little symbols come up on tabs in your browser, just red for the Republican “Americans for a Conservative Direction” and blue for the Democratic “Council for American Job Growth.” The Republican site has headlines in red and subheads in blue, while the Democratic site has headlines in blue and subheads in red.

        Try it and see for yourself!

        Zuck’s Republican sock puppet website has videos up of ads it made for Lindsey Graham and Marco Rubio. The site’s text reads:

        Fixing a Broken Immigration System

        Our country has a broken immigration system and a broken border, both of which present huge obstacles to the businesses, job creators, and legal immigrants who have played by the rules and will help continue to grow our economy. It’s well past time for Congress to get to work on real solutions to secure our border, hold those who have broken our laws accountable, and improve our legal immigration system to meet our country’s needs and boost America’s competitiveness in a global economy.

  • Spartacus

    “While your post may not have been intended as hateful, or
    discriminatory, the content itself contained speech that is hateful,”
    the response read, in part. “The guidance I have been given by the
    policy team states that you could re-post this content as long as you
    also post a message condemning or clarifying the actual hate speech.”

    ———————————————————————————————————————

    This is why I don’t use Facebook. This, and the fact that it’s owned by a jew.

  • brengunn

    I cannot understand a word that girl says. She could be saying anything, couldn’t they ask her to speak up instead of droning on like that.

    • cancerous bananna

      My dog speaks volumes and more clearly than that…
      I think Obongo is going to ignore that wake-up call .. even blacks were embarrassed by her testimony.

      • itdoesnotmatter

        Not so fast. She looks a bit like Soetero’s law license surrendering beard. Ala the impolitic commentary about St. Trayvon, he might say, “she could be my daughter,” and we’d believe him. For once.

      • FourFooted_Messiah

        Yes, I can understand my cat’s body language and modulated noises (whatever you want to call them, she makes sounds I didn’t know cats were capable of, and she “chatters”) better than jive/ebonics/whatever they call their bad English nowadays.

    • capnmorgan5150

      First black woman in history that had to be asked to “speak up”. I was in a convenience store the other day and damn near had my eardrums blown out by a similar type of person.

  • ogese

    lol Crowder’s comments are pretty funny – I like the dry delivery. I also like the fact that he didn’t use hate or aggression in the delivery. Straight forward sarky humor beats hate any day of the week.

    Hate is what made Jeantel look like such a piece of work (along with the bling on the teeth and the bad hair do …).

    Hate is also what makes a lot of these AmRen commentators so distasteful.

    Sorry FB took his post down…

    • Don’t forget that huge fat roll on her neck.

      • Jenna Kerr

        It’s funny how black women are not embarrassed by being massively overweight.

        • They’re also not embarrassed about being functionally illiterate, loud, obnoxious or having miserable fashion sense. I suspect most of them simply do not possess the level of sophistication to be embarrassed about anything.

          • Screamin_Ruffed_Grouse

            I’d no more expect her or any of her kind to be embarrassed by any of those things than I’d expect my dog to be embarrassed about licking his nether-regions (or sniffing another dog’s) in public.

          • Creepy as a cracker!

            They have no pride, no shame!

          • FourFooted_Messiah

            I was riding my mountain bike through a large local park for the first time the other day (new bike). I was following a bike trail, and didn’t realize that an event was setting up for the weekend; it was a bit more crowded than I expected, but no problem, most people kept well clear of the path. The people closest to the path? Some American black (sorry, I recognized the accent) chick with some black friends talking VERY loudly, and standing uncomfortably close to the bike path. Not on it, just closer than I like for others’ safety. It’s not that wide a path, maybe just enough for two to ride abreast, or to pass one another.

            Let’s just say, they stood out from the crowd, especially with that loud voice and shrieky loud laughing.

        • Shawn_thefemale

          Doesn’t matter how much fat they be carrying – as long as they’ve got that wig on they be stylin’! I’m sure she’s a star now at the school where she was a 19 year old Junior and “is going into the 12th grade.”

          • Creepy as a cracker!

            Don’t forget the fake nails, skin tight clothes, heavy-duty make up, false lashes, monster heels, all the bling and with tons of attitude!

      • quick_quip

        mandela necklace…

  • Evidently quoting someone else’s own comments – in context – from which as court testimony is a matter of public record is now “hate”, while solicitation to murder a self-defense suspect is not. Facebook has inadvertently given Mr. Crowder more material. A sharp fellow like Crowder should have no trouble making Facebook’s management look like hypocritical morons.

  • SirMe

    Zimmerman seems like the “honorary white man”, for this trail…

    • WR_the_realist

      As Tom Wolfe would say, “The Great White Defendant”.

  • anarchyst

    Look at the ethnicity ?race? ?culture? of the person that runs Facebook and you will have your answer. There were good reasons why their type was kicked out of just about every country that they chose to infect ?infest? . . .

  • MartelC

    On a regular basis, the left censors, violently attacks people making peaceful public protest, yet talk to any liberal who reads the NYT and they will tell you the country is on the verge of becoming a right wing Christian theocracy…

    • WR_the_realist

      I’m an agnostic. I’d probably have more freedom than I do now under a right wing Christian theocracy.

      • MartelC

        And what is a ‘right wing christian theocracy’ – to many on the left it’s 1950s america – you know where kids could pray in school, have christmas pagents, christmas trees, sing carols..

        Do you think you have more freedom now or then?

        But you’re missing my larger point… this ‘false danger’ the left is always touting (like Philip Roths’ super paranoid ‘plot against america’ ) is not the real threat – the real threat is the left/globalist elite.

        These violent attacks on, say Christians simply handing out flyers happen on a regular basis – according to the leftist view, it is the Christian, not the attacker, who should be prosecuted. Do you understand that??

        • WR_the_realist

          I am well aware that the greatest threat to us comes not from a largely imaginary “right wing Christian theocracy” but from the left wing globalists who have recreated the Soviet Union in Europe (just about the time Russia got free of it) and are doing the same here in the U.S. No doubt the dangerous right wing Christian most feared by the NYT is Chuck Baldwin. A preacher who is a staunch constitutionalist, against the stupid Middle Eastern wars, and a believer in the Bill of Rights. He was endorsed by Ron Paul in 2008 when he ran as the Constitution Party candidate. The Constitution Party, unlike the Libertarian Party or the Republican Party, has an immigration moratorium on its platform. I don’t agree with the entire Constitution Party platform, but I’d vote for it for the immigration moratorium alone. But in 2008 I was in a state where the Constitution Party was not on the ballot.

          I may be an agnostic, but kids singing Christmas carols and having Christmas pageants never bothered me. That’s the sort of thing you could do in a free country. Every year that are certain “specials” that get rebroadcast during Christmastime on TV. Probably the most popular one of all, shown since the mid 60s if I recall correctly, is “A Charley Brown Christmas”. What are the kids doing in that cartoon? Having a Christmas pageant at their public school. Oh, the horror! BTW, that’s the one where at the end Linus explains what Christmas is about by quoting from the Gospels. I am pretty sure that is the *only* special shown each year on regular broadcast TV that explains what the holiday actually celebrates.

          • IstvanIN

            You sound sensible. I never understood why people who don’t believe would be offended by expressions of religion. Unless you are afraid of being converted it never made any sense to me. Especially since there are so many non-religious traditions associated with each holiday.

          • “Especially when there are so many non-religious traditions associated with each holiday.”

            Exactly. As an agnostic, I admit to thoroughly enjoying Christmas anyway. The days are short, it’s cold, and the weather is frequently lousy, which makes for a great excuse to spend some quality time with one’s family.

          • FourFooted_Messiah

            Look at it this way. Northern Europe gets cold and snowy in the winter, right? Hard times. The weather doesn’t usually turn too crappy until about the winter solstice (unless you live in Northern Canada, then, well, batten down by the end of September). In a small, tribal or village type community, everyone would want to make sure that their friends and neighbours – upon whom they likely depend, for their blacksmithing or weaving or whatever – have enough to make it through til spring. So, people trade surpluses as gifts, and everyone is still alive when the snow melts.

            Just my own personal theory, but I think that’s more where the gift-exchange came from, than the Bible story. The Magi didn’t give stuff to each other, they gave ’em to Jesus as tribute befitting the priest-king he was.

          • Shawn_thefemale

            I always wondered if the people who griped about the Ten Commandments being posted in a building were afraid of being instantly zapped into a Bible-spouting, street-corner evangelist if they just set eyes upon it. Are they so weak or gullible that just seeing words will alter their brain?

          • FourFooted_Messiah

            Whatever happened to “Nestor, the Long-Eared Donkey”? As an atheist, I always loved that one.

            And Peanuts ftw.

  • SoCal88

    The amoral clowns at facebook are obviously scared s**tless of getting audited by the IRS, for good reason. Steve Crowder just became my favorite comedian

    • IstvanIN

      No they are not, they are on the administrations side.

      • Not sure about that. Didn’t one of them renounce his US citizenship just to avoid paying income tax the instant Facebook’s IPO was made? That’s not exactly the sort of thing that gives the IRS a warm, fuzzy feeling.

        • IstvanIN

          Yes, you are right. I meant Facebook and Zuckerberg.

  • Dave4088

    Is this the same Facebook that allowed blacks to post threats of violence against white people if Zimmerman is found not guilty? It seems their hate speech policy only applies to us pale faces.

    • Yet they still expect white people to use their service.

      • WR_the_realist

        I’ve never used Facebook because I always realized that it was just the public face of the NSA. I also never had any desire to let Zuckerberg monetize my private life. Now I have so many more reasons not to use Facebook.

        • Unfortunately, if it was the public face of the NSA, it would be less malignant. A corporation or private organization has fewer restrictions on it and the sorts of information it can collect and keep than a government intelligence agency does, exhibit A being the SPLC.

        • jane johnson

          I had an account for years. Never posted any personal info; I just liked the games. I have now deleted the account, and blocked them from contacting me in future.

      • Creepy as a cracker!

        I refuse to use facebook!

  • 301

    Jeantelia?

    • While the Rubbermaid mop handle is brilliant, the fat roll on her neck in the drawing isn’t big enough.

  • Evette Coutier

    There can be no justice in a country that allows Rachel Jeantel to vote. It’s giving a baby matches and razor blades to play with.

  • MawellAxel

    tell Paula Dean how there is Free Speech in America

    • YngveKlezmer

      Free Speech is there, unless we are using epithets applying to Negroids, in which case we now live in a police state. Kind of interesting how that happened once we had a Negro president. It is so obvious that his #1 agenda is preferential treatment of the Negroes, and oppression of everyone else.

  • capnmorgan5150

    Nice. Notice what color she isn’t.

  • capnmorgan5150

    Saw this somewhere, not taking credit for it.

    Tyler Perry’s “Madea Goes to Court”

  • negrolocaust

    he is guatamalan

    • OlderWoman

      Actually his mother is Peruvian.

  • I could take 20 lashings a year, but I would have to be shackled and chained, because I can break regular handcuffs.

    • AutomaticSlim

      Really?
      Is that due to some type of practiced technique like Houdini, or just shear strength? If a technique, please describe if you can. It might come in handy to some of us one day. Thanks.

      • Twist them the right way, and the chain will break. I can also rip phone in half the same way he did; one has to force a bit of a kink in it, and then it tears pretty easily. Unfortunately, the trick with the handcuffs is called “attempted escape” and it’s illegal.

        • AutomaticSlim

          “Unfortunately, the trick with the handcuffs is called “attempted escape” and it’s illegal.”

          Yeah, but criminals might use handcuffs too, like in a kidnapping or home invasion situation. I guess the best way to get out of a pair of cuffs is to not allow yourself to be put in them in the first place.

          • FourFooted_Messiah

            When I was working as a corporal-instructor at cadet camp, I hopped a bus with another company and some friends for to go into town (with permission, of course, NCO’s were allowed to do that when off-duty.) A .. ah .. colleague who was something of a wag walked to the back of the bus where I and a friend were sitting, grabbed my arm, and handcuffed me to the emergency exit. To his chagrin, he didn’t take into account that I have small, thin, girly hands that I can make REALLY SMALL when I want to. He couldn’t figure out how I freed myself. 🙂

            I would assume cops to be a little smarter than that, though.

  • Words and ideas at first. I have been disarmed, but would you consider me defenseless?

    • anarchyst

      Not at all, Mr. Scott. Getting people to THINK is one of the most effective ways to affect change. I don’t care if I am called “racist”, in fact I look at being successful in getting my point across when I am called ANY name. When my verbal opponents cannot counter my argument with a cogent counter-argument and resort to name-calling, I consider myself to have won the argument. It is important to get people to THINK; some are unreachable, but . . .
      Best regards,
      P. S. Any plans to publish details of the rail gun??

  • Mr. O’Rourke is ethnically Irish and has that special sense of humor the Scots lack. Scots are not a very amusing people, though my wife and I danced to IRA music until we ran out of homebrewed beer this evening. Injuns don’t have much of a sense of humor, either. Sayaka’s favorite was “Come Out and Fight” (directed at the Black & Tans).

    • FourFooted_Messiah

      Well, I find the humour of Crees to be kind of dry, but they do have some. Eh, I’m mostly Scot-Irish, though, so I guess that’s why my humour leans to the sarcastic and angry.

  • MartelC

    Also keep in mind youtube frequently ‘resets’ the views of ‘controversial’ (read conservative/right/paleo) videos –

    For example, if you viewed the generation indentity video, you’d get the impression only a few thousand people have viewed.

  • Paulie Walnuts

    There was a letter in the Press of Atlantic City from a woman pleading with the people to forgive Paula Deen. She speaks of Jesus who would want us to forgive her.
    One would think that she committed serial murders. I appreciate the writer’s sentiment but for God’s sake does what Paula SAID rise to the level of vileness as what Letalvus and Lemaricus or the Carr Brothers did?

    It is truly a society upside down!

    • Sloppo

      I don’t particularly blame Paula Deen for describing an African robber who held a gun to her head by using the latin word for “black”. On the other hand, I understand that she campaigned for Obama. Regarding the rest of your post, our society apparently hates a negrophile white who is accused of “racism” much more than it does a black mass murderer. That double standard is one of the most convincing arguments for a whites-only nation. If we’re hated that openly while we’re still two thirds of the population, think about what would happen at one third or less. Of course we can just look at South Africa or Zimbabwe instead of imagining something theoretical.

      • Creepy as a cracker!

        And I think her description and her choice of adjectives of the robber were appropriate given the situation. The PC police would have us describe black criminals as fine young african-american males who were misguided or who made poor choices through no fault of their own.

        • Sloppo

          Yes. He was just another teen-youth who was trying to better himself.

          • Irishgirl

            He was trying to better his wallet.

  • Creepy as a cracker!

    Well said!

  • Mark Hillyard

    Seems apparent to me that those calling “Hate Speech” have never really heard or been the target of hate speech. This stuff is fluff compared to some things I’ve encountered and been a target of
    Probably many of you know what Hate Speech really is.

  • Paleoconn

    Crowder’s Detroit video on this very site avoids any mention of race (even going so far as to single out White mayor Cavanagh while not mentioning succeeding black mayors), choosing rather to blame socialism for the condition Detroit is in today.

    He needs to do a lot more than pick on a solitary dim 300-lb slab of ghetto attitude (as Derb calls Jeantel) to prove to me he isn’t just another neocon.

    • Certainly, but can you name a racial group that is uniquely predisposed to socialism in order to force others to make up for their incompetence, laziness, stupidity and amorality?

    • FourFooted_Messiah

      Detroit has a white mayor? Boy, those … standard Detroiters …. must be desperate to save their city!

      I was born in Windsor in 1968 – Detroit had black mayors for as long as I can remember.

      • Paleoconn

        I believe Cavanagh was the guy during the ’67 riots, so you just missed the last White mayor of NoMotown.

        • FourFooted_Messiah

          Snicker. Yeah, I know, but in honesty, my own personal memory only includes Hizzoner, Coleman A Young. 😛

  • negrolocaust

    lesson here is that if you jump somebody and break their nose and
    beat their head on the cement just for following you instead of just
    going in your house and dialing 911 that you might get a bullet through
    your right ventricle

  • Snow

    I started telling young white men around me, to avoid young blacks as much as possible if Zimmerman ever gets away, because many blacks are ready to randomly murder innocent and irrelevant young white males if that is the outcome of the trial

  • rebellisMMXII

    I actually considered going into medicine…can you imagine having to perform any procedure on or even be in the same room with this thing? Disgusting. I remember with Houston was invaded post-Katrina…the emergency responders were trying to figure out what medications the evacuees needed…these people didn’t know the names of anything they took beyond and I quote one “doctor say I take red pill”…”but what is the medications name?”…”red pill, I take red pill”…

    • Creepy as a cracker!

      Reminds me of a po ole black fella I overheard one day at the DMV. He said to his significant other, ” I leff my teefises (teeth) at the county jail”. You just can’t make this stuff up.

      • IstvanIN

        I wonder why most of them can not pronounce “th”?

  • newscomments70

    Scott is right. My method is to monitor Drudge report every day. Follow the various race realist articles and comment on them. Tens of millions of people will read the comments. That is a good start. Even comment on articles where race realism could be injected, such as those covering poltics and entertainment.

  • YngveKlezmer

    This negress epitomizes and exemplifies why Jared Taylor so accurately refers to the Negro race as a retrograde species of humanity. She is the personification of adjectives such as schvarza and jiggaboo, and is a first hand example of why we have such adjectives to describe the Negroid race.

  • YngveKlezmer

    Indeed. That ape-like body of hers is probably riddled with Venereal Disease and possibly HIV, and She probably doesn’t have the foggiest notion of who those “baby daddies” are. She belongs in Africa in her native habitat, where She would be even more animalistic and regressive, not here, in the United States, with your tax dollars and my tax dollars being squandered to buy the copious pounds of fried chicken and ribs that She and her bastard children consume. Sadly, She probably has no conception of the fact that, if not for those “Crackers” that She hates so much, She would be eating monkey brains straight from the skull instead of the good Southern cooking that She probably enjoys daily, and thinks of as “Soul Food”.

  • YngveKlezmer

    Exactly!!! Under the Obama dictatorship, all criticism of Negroids has been suppressed, but criticism of everyone else has been granted a free pass.

  • MBlanc46

    Reasonable commentary, but no one should be surprised that anodyne Facebook would ban it.

  • FourFooted_Messiah

    Anyway, what do you expect from a “social” site that blanket-bans everyone who participated in Draw Mohammed Day, but lets West-hate, White-hate, Jew-hate jihad sites be?

  • Creepy as a cracker!

    I would respectfully like to disagree to part of your comment. I as a White man can lose my job or worse if I say or write anything offensive to a member of a protected class. However, those same members of a protected class can say anything about the majority with impunity. I do not like or appreciate that double standard. BTW, I have no respect for the source either!

    • YngveKlezmer

      While I certainly agree with John’s reason for not caring what they say, I am with you on the issue of their being a protected class. They are a protected class indeed, and do not deserve the privilege to say whatever they like about us, while we are denied that privilege. Like John, I am not the least hurt by their words. What I object to is our rights being disrespected by the country our ancestors built, and the country that remains great because of our work ethic. It is the principle of it. If they are allowed to say what they want about us, we should be allowed to say as we please about them.

  • Creepy as a cracker!

    It looks like we are in total agreement!

  • Creepy as a cracker!

    I agree, this country has seen its heyday. This formerly great nation is now in a steep decline and we have passed the point of no return.

  • YngveKlezmer

    I am in absolute agreement on congress discussing repatriation. This issue should be discussed daily by congress, no doubt. I hate to think of them being paid, but we’d probably be better off financially, in the long run, with the groaning weight of the welfare

  • YngveKlezmer

    Violence and criminality are indeed part of their culture, even more so in Africa than here. This has always been true, and has not changed over time. If seeing blacks as an inferior race, the least advanced of all human races makes me racist, I could care less. I believe in the tenets of racial realism, because they make sense. To me, blacks being less advanced than Caucasians or Asians as a race is just an obvious truth. 50 years ago, my beliefs were regarded as common sense. The only reason they are not regarded as common sense, these days, is because of the liberal propaganda machine that has been in place since the 1960’s.