2 Arrested After Hundreds of Teens Cause Chaos at Movie Theater

WFTV (Ocoee), February 15, 2015

Orange County deputies are trying to figure out why hundreds of teenagers suddenly rushed into the movie theater at West Oaks Mall in Ocoee Saturday night.

Deputies said as many as 900 kids, described as being in middle or high school, attempted to rush the theater at once.

“My anxiety hit the roof. I was like, ‘How do we get out?’” said moviegoer Jessica Weckerly.

Nearly 300 teenagers were able to get in before the security gates were closed. Police said a group of about 100 rushed into the theater and continued causing a disturbance.

Jessica  Weckerly and her husband, Brian Weckerly, were on their first date in months for the Valentine’s Day showing of “50 Shades of Grey” when they heard hundreds of people stampeding into the building.

“It was like a herd of elephants coming up the corridor and races up the stairwell. Just bum-rushed the entire theater,” Jessica Weckerly said.

Witnesses said several fights broke.

“It’s almost seemed like they wanted to arrest some authority, like, we’re taking over,” said Brian Weckerly.

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Once police got the situation under control inside the mall, someone fired a gunshot into the air outside.

Another person was robbed in the parking lot and officers recovered a stolen car with drugs inside.

“Just a bunch of stupid kids. Even came up to us and messed with us,” said Jessica Waverly.

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One juvenile was arrested for battery and resisting an officer without violence. A second juvenile was arrested on misdemeanor drug charges.

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  • Katherine McChesney

    One word. Seven letters.

    • Chip Carver

      People that annoy me? I’d like to buy an “i”.

      • APaige

        There goes my guess of ‘Naggers’.
        (For a good laugh go on youtube and search ‘south park naggers’)

    • cyrusthevirus

      Turrrds!!

      • whatodopeople?

        Animals, nothing more…

    • MrGJG

      Talk about irony, I’m playing “Words with friends” right now and these are my letters:
      I G N S G R E
      Thanks for the help

      • Katherine McChesney

        You win! There’s also another word….savages. It fits, doesn’t it?

        • MrGJG

          Like a glove.

      • NoMosqueHere

        The teens’ behavior can only be described as niggardly, meaning not generous or stingy.

  • Reynardine

    Let’s play guess the race!

    • APaige

      Not sure, but the movie was called 900 Shades of Black.

      • Speedy Steve

        N hundred shades of blech.

    • Speedy Steve

      I’m guessing the stolen car full of drugs was a Chrysler 300 — or a POS hooptie.

      • voiceofstl

        Its a shame . I like the 300. But I won’t buy one .

        • Race War Provisions

          It’s got Cadillac pricing for 90’s Ford level parts. Yuck

  • Reynardine

    Also, what is it with these guys and “free” stuff? Not too recently, they caused all sorts of hell at Kansas City Zoo’s free day. For residents of Jackson County, it’s like $3.00 a head, and with all those drugs and Nikes they love, you’d think they’d be able to scrape togeth…

    Oh wait that involves planning and hard work.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      Also, what is it with these guys and “free” stuff?
      Let me try to tackle this one. Free food, free housing, free medical, free sail foam. Bonus dollars for every new niglet you diversify the country with. What’s not to love?

      • Reynardine

        It’s so strange that they could go any time with a little bit of pocket change and enjoy it without the distraction of crowds.

        Whoops I’m projecting my whiteness again!

        Free is like a magic word to them, they want “free” things no matter what the cost.

      • Who Me?

        “Don’ bother me wif none of dat free edumacashun stuff, now heer? We’s don want dat. Dat stuffs fer white folks an sheet.”

    • Irish

      Neil Boortz on his Atlanta based nationally syndicated radio broadcast use to talk about this subject all the time..The Braves on occasion would have a first 1500, or whatever free night, which inevitably ended up in fist fights, or worse, and of course many multiple arrest..When you buy the expensive close up seats, or go to that fancy restaurant for your New York Strip, you are purchasing far more than a good cut of beef…

      • Reynardine

        Very good point, about the “richer” lifestyles in general. You’re essentially ‘buying’ the company around you.

        Unless they decide to interrupt your brunch with “black lives matter.”

        • NoMosqueHere

          Brunch is racist.

      • Sid Ishus

        Not necessarily true, a local steak house my wife and I used to enjoy for quiet dinners without the kids has become enriched. The last few times we were there the evening was filled with listening to ghetto conversation from the next table. No idea how they were able to afford to go and bring their brood as well, but it was TNB, loud and demanding. Not as bad as Chuck E Cheese, but definitely enough to ruin an otherwise good experience.

        • Reynardine

          I think we’re talking about $50+ places here, which would definitely keep out the riff-raff.

          • Mmm… like peter lugers in NYC, nothing but white faces in the whole place, so delightful. (And the steaks aren’t half bad either!)

          • John Smith

            But then there’s going to NYC to eat there.

          • Haha, a sentiment I agree with completely. If it weren’t for stubborn family, I’d never go there again.

            But if one so happens to be there, you might as well try to enjoy the food!

        • voiceofstl

          You would be surprise how many “folks” get a big winfall from numerious lawsuits.

        • Irish

          For whatever reason (my guess is the show) lots of obviously Hood-Blacks, and Meztisos go to the Benihana for what is clearly a special occasion. .It’s like the word is out that if you want fancy, and a show Benihana is the place to be somebody..My young children love the Volcano, the smiley face, beating heart and of course the shrimp flipped into the hat. I’m generally out somewhere between $150-$200 every time our family of 5 go, which is certainly not on a everyday occurrence..The Mai Tais, even at a tenner a piece are my main incentive..

          • John Smith

            You’d think Asians with knives would keep them in line.

    • John Smith

      All of Swope Park is like a zoo….

      • Reynardine

        I laughed, thank you sir. It’s a zoo year round…

  • AmericanCitizen

    I’m surprised that there aren’t more incidents like this. Malls are becoming non-white zones as it is. It seems that blacks are finally realizing that law enforcement is emasculated and undermanned when it comes to large groups of “teens”.

    And yes, I know that “teens”, “youths”, “students”, “young men”,”kids” are MSM codewords for violent blacks. Anytime that whites do something like this (about once a year at a NH pumpkin festival) the fact they’re white is pointed out in the first paragraph of any story about the incident.

    • Capn Dad

      Coming to a neighborhood near you!

      • evilsandmich

        Via the local bus line. I swear, if they got rid of those bus stops the quality of the suburban malls would go up about ten notches.

        • Irish

          I grew up in Vienna , Va..The tri-rail once it moved to Tysons Corners , one of the largest (And most expensive) Malls in America changed everything. .Security absolutely everywhere…We are talking about less than 10 miles from D.C…

          • John Smith

            I go to the mall across the river in Kentucky – not too many blacks venture down that way since many of the locals are “unreconstructed.”

    • Cheri Rodriguez

      The dilemma: What do you do for self-defense in such situations? Personally I’d like to toss a few tear gas & stun grenades at the “youths” but then I’d probably be charged with a hate crime.

      • LexiconD1

        Stun gun and pepper spray, since I live in Commifonia, no CCW for me.

        • mikefromwichita

          A Good Reason to leave Cali NOW!

          • LexiconD1

            Soon, very very soon. The rest of the nation will be happy to know I’m not one of those nutty lefties bringing my batpoop craziness with me, either.

    • voiceofstl

      I’m not sure about other parts of the country but in the St. Louis area when they build a new shopping center, instead of a mall its a like a big strip mall. They’l have a Home Depot and a Macys a Target ans numerious smaller stores and restuarnts. Unless the store is right next to each other you have to drive to it…therefore nowhere to “hang out’.

      • Irish

        That hurts our children immeasurably of course..Lots of the cost of “Diversity” are cost we don’t often think of, but the Mall is where I had my first taste of freedom..I’d no more drop off my soon to be teenager at a Mall today than fly to the moon..

  • The authorities are at a loss to come up with an explanation of how this happened.

    Hey, Joe Friday, here’s a clue: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Vine, WSHH.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      More likely Barney P. Fife.

  • Capn Dad

    Only two? Someone is not doing their job.

  • DaveMed

    I know! Centuries of oppression and inequality! That’s why they rushed the movie theater! Is the link not obvious?

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      It be da terbul, terbul, legsee ob da slaybarey make ’em dodat.

    • JohnnySmoggins

      I like your avatar. More people should read The Camp of the Saints.

      • DaveMed

        If the book had been written today, it would essentially be a news report.

        • JohnnySmoggins

          If it had been written today it would be banned and Raspail charged with hate crimes.

          • DaveMed

            I credit the masterpiece with my personal development of White Identity.

    • A Freespeechzone

      It’s going to be ‘payback’, ‘punishment’ and ‘retribution’ against you until the end of time……the ‘debt’ of slavery will NEVER be repaid.

      • I was told something very much like that as a university undergrad, that whites “could never apologize enough”.

        “In that case, I’m not even going to start apologizing.” I replied, “Eff you.”

        • BlueSonicStreak

          Yeah, I’ve heard that multiple times.

          It does make you wonder why whites would bother, then.

        • Irish

          I know we all know this stuff..But it should be repeted (infinitum) Black people and Meztisos living in this country live far better among us racist, in the country we founded & built, than in any of their beloved homelands..

        • A Freespeechzone

          Well said!

          No Apologies here.

    • JackKrak

      Slavery destroyed the black family and you need a family to stand in line at the box office.

      Duh.

  • MekongDelta69

    Teens‘?! ”Youts‘?! ‘Youfs‘?! ‘Juveniles‘?! ‘Aspiring rappers‘?!

    Time after time, a million times over, I’ve never seen such a wuss MSM – for decades…

    They are NONE of the above.
    They are black. They are always black.

    SAY IT…

    • The War On Noticing strikes again!

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      Well, there’s another word, but we’re not allowed to use it around here without getting hollered at.

    • DaveMed

      Somehow, the Facebook headlines never have room for the word “Black”; unless a Black was (ostensibly) the victim.

    • Speedy Steve

      De blex.

    • evilsandmich

      Was it here that an article was posted by some leftie of some flavor that advocated being forthright about the race of perpetrators because otherwise lefty reporters basically concede the argument to radicals (such as ourselves) since they didn’t even bother to show up to the debate. In some ways it’s better they not mention it at all and concede than mention race (black) and go on a paragraph long rant about disadvantaged yoofs, etc.

  • Alexandra1973

    Akron has this little basketball program called “Shoot Basketballs, Not People.” Just saw it on a Cleveland station while waiting for a tire change. Just about all the “youths” were black.

    Maybe these fine upstanding youths could have a similar little club going…?

    • APaige

      If they were as good at shooting each other as they were at shooting a ball, the crime rate would be much lower since most of the victims are also criminals.

    • Just as long as it’s done at midnight.

      That way, you can spend midnight to two playing basketball, then walk home in the 2 AM hour between the gym and wherever you live in the ghetto, which I’m sure is very high on everyone’s bucket list.

  • Usually Much Calmer

    So, a white married couple venture out for their first date in months to see a soft core porn flick and are terrorized by a hoard of other.

    There goes the birthrate.

    • Bon, From the Land of Babble

      There goes the movie theater business.

      Is there a dead theaters (dot) com site yet to go along with dead malls?

      There will be.

      • This is certainly a very effective advertisement for the concept of staying home and watching a movie on DVD. No undertow in the living room here.

        • Reynardine

          Not only that, but air popped popcorn is loads better for you than either movie theatre or microwave, and can be seasoned to your liking with whatever you desire.

          I season mine with matzo ball soup mix and bacon bits.

          • We use olive oil, garlic and pepper. I started doing this because one of my older friends had a heart attack and he was supposed to avoid butter and salt afterward, and just liked it better myself.

          • Reynardine

            I have half a mind to use truffle oil, but I’m pretty sure that would go against some sacred culinary law.

          • BlueSonicStreak

            Not gonna lie, I’ve used truffle oil, and it was to die for. Heck with culinary laws.

            Combine a small amount of truffle oil mixed into some other oil (will be way too strong otherwise) with chives and a complementary cheese like Asiago. Best popcorn ever.

          • Reynardine

            You inspired me, sir.

          • MrGJG

            That’s what we use plus onion powder.

        • MBlanc46

          Perhaps you’re too young to remember the sense of occasion that going to the movies used to provide. Biking down to the Tivoli with your quarter in your pocket for the week’s double feature, newsreel, and cartoon (plus the coming attractions), then across the street to the Round-the-Clock Snacktime for a malted afterwards, made you feel like the king of the hill. Granted, the shoebox theaters of the multiplexes aren’t quite CinemaScope, but it’s still something we like to do once in awhile. Of course, we only go to cinemas where Negroes are not to be found.

          • Those older theaters with great, big screens were nice, especially the ones that had been updated with modern sound systems.

          • MBlanc46

            Even the suburban theater of my childhood and youth had a palatial feel to it. It was by Rapp & Rapp, after all.

          • David Jones

            I was born 74 years ago yesterday (Pre-world war 2.) I remember this also:

            CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL BORN IN THE 1930’s, 1940’s, 1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s, and early 1980’s. First, many of you survived being born to mothers who smoked and/or drank while they carried you in the womb. They took aspirin, ate blue cheese and tuna from a can; and they did not get tested for diabetes. Your baby cots were covered with bright colored lead based paints. There were no childproof lids on medicine bottles, or safety latches on doors or cabinets. When you rode your bicycles a safety helmet might have been available but not required; and things like need pads or safety vests were not available. And then there were some of us that would hitchhike without the fear of risks. As a child we would ride in cars which had neither seat belts not air bags. Riding in the back of a van – loose – was always great fun. We drank water from a garden hose , NOT from a bottle. We shared one soft drink with four friends, from one bottle, and NO ONE actually died from this. We ate cakes, white bread and real butter; ans drank soft drinks with real sugar in them; but we were not overweight because…..WE WERE ALWAYS OUTSIDE PLAYING!!! We would leave home in the morning and play all day, as long as we were back whenever the streetlights came back on. No one was able to reach us all day, and somehow we remained OK. We would spend hours building our go carts out of scrap material, and ride them down hill, only to learn that we had forgotten to install brakes. After running in the bushes a few times we learned to solve that problem. We did not have Playstations, Nintendo, X-Box or video games at all. There were no 99 cables of channels to watch, nor were there video tape movies. Surround sound did not exist; nor did mobile phones, text messaging, personal computers, internet , or internet chat rooms exist……..A PERSON HAD REAL LIVE FRIENDS, and we went outside to find them. We fell out of trees, got cut, broke bones and teeth; and there were no lawsuits from these accidents. We played with worms (well, most boys did) and mud pies made from dirt, and the worms did not live in us forever. We made games with sticks and tennis balls, and although we were told that we would poke out each others eyes, it did not happen. We rode bikes, or walked to a friend’s house and knocked on the door, or rang the door bell; or just yelled at them. Local teams had tryouts, and not everyone made the team. Those who didn’t had to learn to deal with disappointment; imagine that!!! The idea of a parent bailing you out of jail was unheard of if you broke the law. They actually sided with the law!!! These generations have produced some of the best risk takers, problem solvers and inventors ever!!! In the past 50 years there has been an explosion of innovation and new ideas. We had freedom, and could either fail or succeed and be responsible; and we learned HOW TO DEAL WITH IT ALL!!! And we were one of them! You might want to share this with others who were fortunate to grow up as children before the lawyers and government began to regulate us to “protect” us. You may wish to forward this to the younger generation so they can better understand the foundations for the values of their parents.

            Reply

          • LexiconD1

            The 70’s was an awesome time to be a kid. My son doesn’t have a fraction of the experiences, or freedoms, I had growing up. He didn’t even walk to school by himself until his first day of high school.

          • MrGJG

            You just described my life growing up in the 60’s and 70’s. It was such a different world. The fact that we could play outside without our parents keeping a constant eye on us for fear of being snatched.

          • Alexandra1973

            Born in 1973 here. My sister and I ran around the neighborhood in the early 80s, had to be home before the streetlights came on. 🙂 Yep, I drank out of the hose too. Played lawn darts….

          • MBlanc46

            It was indeed a better world in many respects. On the whole the intrusions of the nanny state have not improved our lives.

          • John Smith

            Back in the days when even housing projects were segregated. I long for those days before my time.

          • MBlanc46

            In Chicago, even the Negroes were closely vetted.

        • WhiteVeinKratom

          Another reason to get a Netflix and Hulu account.

      • evilsandmich

        This reminds me of an amusing bit though. I went to see The Two Towers the weekend it was released and of course there was a velvet rope queue outside the theater since it was sold out. In the line was black couple, who really stood out in the long line of white people. They finally came to the realization that several hundred white people probably did not show up to see the release of ‘Drumline’ and, duly embarrassed, hopped out of line to go see their black people movie.

        • cyrusthevirus

          On the subject of Lord of the Rings I am amazed the powers that be allow films showing brave white people fighting and winning against an evil black enemy -the orcs.Life imitates art again!!

          • John Smith

            Only because it’s fantasy fiction. No movie like “Zulu” will ever be made again, which is why I have the DVD.

    • Reynardine

      Well I think in reality, porn has contributed negatively to the birth rate, so they might just stay at home next time and actually pop out a few babies.

      • Usually Much Calmer

        I was trying to suggest a Pavlovian conditioning. Terrified and in the mood are incompatible for women. The experience itself has made future couplings less likely.

        I know nothing of 50 shades and don’t really care to, but I assume it is just Jane Austen for the modern era; hardcore is a different beast, would you agree?

        • Reynardine

          Many women like being slightly scared or intimidated, but in a secure way, hence the popularity of both horror movies for dates and the popularity of bodice rippers and 50 Shades alike.

          50 shades is a bad fan fiction written by a hack writer who nowhere comes close to either the moralism or timeless and excellent prose of Austen.

          In 50 years, women will still be reading Austen, and 50 Shades will be a footnote in the decline of a great power.

          • evilsandmich

            Many women like being slightly scared or intimidated, but in a secure way…

            Is that what it is? I’ve never figured out how the Mrs. can actively watch that rape-murder stuff that I can’t even force myself to sit through.

          • Reynardine

            Indeed it is, I think it has to do with something deep and dark in the female subconscious and that makes me a little concerned. Pagans recognize this as the dark feminine aspects of women, such as Hel, Kali (and her forms such as Tara or Chinnamasta), and Eris. Note also the frequently association of war with a female deity: Ishtar, Athena, the Morrigan, and to a certain extent Freya and the Valkyries. There’s esoteric Judeo-Christian parallels in the form of the story of Lillith.

            I’ve read (don’t ask for the source) of a feminist rape fantasy, in which a feminist voiced her pleasure at being force-ably taken in an ideal situation. Similarly, most bodice rippers essentially have a sex scene in which the man’s inexorable lust drives him to lose his control and ravish the woman. Women like the mythologies of dangerous love and control, not the realities.

            Women are definitely a kinky lot, and the mythology of the “good and
            chaste wife” is one that is actually good for her, elevating the “Dark
            Goddess” inside every woman to a loftier position of the domestic angel. This is the sign of civilization and the higher religions and cultures that sublimate darkness into light.

          • Usually Much Calmer

            Perhaps we should all be en garde against overgeneralization. I cannot watch it either.

      • Irish

        I’m not a prude, but porn is filth, that has imho taken a terrible toll on Western men & women.

        • Reynardine

          As I’ve said before, looking at porn is like being hungry and just looking at pictures of food on the internet.

        • Speedy Steve

          Just look at the names of the producers.

          • Sid Ishus

            Tsk, tsk, things one mustn’t notice.

          • Irish

            Yes, a certain quote, from a certain book, by a certain author springs to mind..Can’t remember any of the above at the moment, only that was really famous, oh, and it had a lot of talk about Finns….

          • Irish

            Perhaps I was too opaque..If I recall it referenced a cadaver & a maggot, something about sunlight..Seems like the author was from Central Europe if memory serves. ..Definitely stikes me as applicable. .

        • John Smith

          Especially the miscegenation-themed variety, mostly produced by Tribal members, with the intent of normalizing such behavior in the general populace.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    ….teenagers, kids, large mobs, students, juveniles and young adults

    Are those some kind of code words?

    What is the article leaving out?

    • phillyguy

      Negros ,roosters ,spades ,Mexican banditos, chimpasaurus, ect.

      • Bon, From the Land of Babble

        Maybe I didn’t read the article carefully enough.

        The media wouldn’t hide anything from us, would they?

        • Well they did mention “drugs”, a “robbery”, a “stolen car” and “resisting arrest”. They seem to have forgotten to mention “black”, “black”, “black” and “black”. How convenient!

          • Well honestly, when drugs, robbery, stolen car, and resisting arrest are all part of the same incident, how often are the perpetrators anything other than black?

            The media blackout (hehe!) On explicitly stating the race of perps used to be infuriating to me, but after a while I came to the conclusion that it doesn’t really matter. EVERYONE knows what “youths” means. EVERYONE realizes that once the list of offenses starts climbing above one or two, the perpetrators are almost guaranteed to be a certain color.

            People just don’t want to say it out loud. They don’t want to be a mean ole’ rayciss!

      • Speedy Steve

        Moon crickets, shuffling tap dancers, cotton pickers, aspiring rappers,

    • Irish

      The obvious..

  • benvad

    Southerners from before the 60s knew exactly how to handle these creatures.

    They’ve got to be deported and sent away from these shores. Bring all of the White Africans to these shores as S&M exchange of populations. I’d be willing to carve out a territory for the ditch speakers to develop on their own.

    • MBlanc46

      All white Americans knew how to handle the Negroes before the 1960s. It is a lesson that can be re-learned.

      • John Smith

        Involves rope and trees and is very eco-friendly.

  • Steve_in_Vermont

    Perhaps if the police would just call their parents and…….Oh.

  • Nancy

    I realize many of these places have a “no guns” policy, which is why I only go to theaters and other public places which permit CWPs.

    And this was where? Orange County, Florida? That’s about 70% white. Hmmm…sounds like they’re reaching critical mass over there.

    • baldowl

      This cinema is on the outskirts of an area called Pine Hills, known colloquially as Crime Hills, which is probably 95% black. And if the rest of Orange County is 70% white, my name is Shiniqua; seems like half of everybody are blacks and browns.

      • When that theater closes and the empty building is eventually demolished, the locals will be screaming “racism” to high heaven. “We don’t gots noplace to go to da movies, gnome sayin?”

    • Irish

      Orlando & Kissimmee have been absolutely flooded with Puerto Ricons over the last decade or so, at one point reportably 1000 per week..What’s known as the I-4 corridor from Tampa to Orlando was reliably red forever, no more. A pol like the despicable Alan Greyson, let not the British name fool you, he’s a “FINN”.. Would have been unthinkable..That area of the state got Barry reelected twice. ..

      • Cheri Rodriguez

        Are they Jibaros coming in directly from PR or are they second generation Newyoricans? If they’re leaving New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachussets that’s a good thing (at least for people in the NorthEast).

        • Irish

          Mostly New Yorkricans, but some directly from the isle as well as word has gotten out..They’re being called DisneyRicans now , as so many have come for those service jobs..Living 3 hours away with three small children, we go to WDW fairly frequently. I can confirm it’s true.

      • evilsandmich

        PR is the Hispanic Detroit. The place will be empty before too long because of poor governance by PRs, which they will gladly bring with them when they move stateside.

        • Charles Martel

          Can we just grant them independence as a free country and be done with them?

  • John Ambrose

    I wish these “teens” would go rush a Whole Foods or Starbucks…

    • Cheri Rodriguez

      Or a shooting range.

    • Charles Martel

      The patrons would cower in the corner.

    • Race War Provisions

      But I don’t want “ass fed, free-range negro” while I’m drinking at the Whole Foods bar, I wanted a Krabby Patty and fries.

  • dd121

    I wish I could have been there. I’m sure a number of them would like to have chatted about what a neat baseball cap I was wearing.

    • Is that a jab at a certain individuals fedora appreciation story?

      • dd121

        I didn’t think anybody would notice.

        • Haha, I happened to come straight from reading that … interesting article to this one, so the comments were still fresh in my mind.

    • John Smith

      Take your shirt off.

  • cherrie greenbaum123

    TWMNBN have bequeathed quite a problem for us today. Before we can solve that problem, we have to identify the source. Who exactly is behind the painful presence of the negro?
    Leslie Goldstein died today at the age of 68. You might know her better as Leslie Gore. Growing up I loved her music. It’s one of the reasons I use her icon (no, it’s not me). I never knew she was Jewish until years later. As I was later to discover, many Jewish entertainers have adopted Anglo names. It makes me feel more than a bit strange that one racial group covertly hides their true identity. It necessitates our asking the question: Why?

    • Speedy Steve

      Cowardice on their part.

    • Reynardine

      For the same reasons a bank robber places a nylon stocking over his head, so a Jew changes his last name to an Anglo one.

      • Charles Martel

        It’s not just Jewish performers. Lots of old time singers (Tony Bennett) and actors (Judy Garland) did the same thing.

    • Charles Martel

      I had no idea. I recall reading a story when Al Gore was running for president that he was distantly related to Leslie Gore! More crack reporting from the media!

    • dd121

      Is that who the picture is? I didn’t learn till till yesterday she was a lesbian. Silly me.

      • John Smith

        I knew that, but didn’t know she was kosher, though I suspected that too.

  • So the story was about nothing more than what happens on a typical weekend night around a bunch of black people?

  • Scoop Stanton

    Now we know why it cost $100 per head to go to Disneyworld.

    • John Smith

      Besides the fact that the company was run by Eisners and Igers.

  • Paleoconn

    Bach and Chopin in the lobby, outside the theatre under the marquee, nonstop. That will thin out the herd of ‘teens’.

    • Speedy Steve

      Bingo! Muzak used to be played in malls, office buildings, grocery stores, etc. When they got rid of it; the die-versity invasion began. Bring it back for N-repellant purposes.

      • Paleoconn

        Contemporary music is crap, black and White, and should not be played anyway. Even country nowadays mimics rap. It is horrible.

    • Strider73

      Country-western, bluegrass or New Age music will do the job as well. All are like fingernails on chalk board to the undertow (but unfortunately not like Slim Whitman music to the Martians).

      • When I was in the Denver County jail almost 15 years ago, one of the deputies liked playing classic rock & roll over the P.A. system. I like the stuff, but the blacks were absolutely freaking out. It was pretty funny.

        • Ike Eichenberg

          Country music can be a very effective negro repellent also, and my personal favorite, a gun store I once visited on the edge of the “hood” kept a few rattle snakes in an aquarium at the front door.

          For some reason the blacks tend to have an irrational fear of snakes.

          • John Smith

            And a rational fear of large dogs.

  • RacialRay

    First the malls. Now the theaters.

    When they start flash-mobbing Home Depot I’m just gonna stay home. Hide in a library or something…

    • Speedy Steve

      Coloreds go to the library to research their porno when they get their internet cut off for non-payment.

    • LexiconD1

      You must not have been to one in the past decade. I can’t go to one without some illegal, from their government funded built kiosk, assaulting me to ‘help’ me with whatever project I came to get the supplies for.

      I don’t ever go near Home Depot…I go to Lowes. Never had that experience there yet.

      • I go there because it’s far closer than Lowe’s. I haven’t seen any “day laborers” yet, either. For serious tool purchases, I normally order from Harbor Freight. They spam though, so snail-mail them your order.

        • LexiconD1

          I have yet to ever go to one and NOT see them. They lost me as a customer long ago because of it. I enjoy Lowes for that alone, but their employees are some of the dumbest people I’ve ever encountered, customer service wise. They more than deserve less than $10 minimum wage, they are that incompetent. I almost never ask them for assistance, unless I need them to cut wood, or something, and I ALWAYS use self check out.

          • MrGJG

            You’re right about Lowes having mostly useless employees. I’m a contractor and the deal is, Home Depot is much more contractor friendly and therefore has more knowledgeable people working there. Lowes is more woman friendly and there displays show nicer stuff.
            As far as day laborers go, never seen them at either HD or Lowes.
            Where I live, they congregate at convenience stores. In fact, a lot of 7-11’s have gone belly-up because of this.

        • Strider73

          Harbor Freight is opening retail stores now, so if there is one in your area you can buy direct. I was in the local one awhile back, and saw few if any of the undertow. Ditto the Rural King store, which is in the former Kmart location.

        • John Smith

          For serious tools, I try to buy from the first world, while I buy third-world products for infrequent use or something I know will end up breaking them in the end, like pounding a socket on a rounded off, frozen nut and putting the impact wrench to it..

      • Tim

        Your experience mimics my friends. He says that contractors and their illegal minions use Home Depot and the do it yorselfer uses Lowes..He says the prices are slightly higher but it`a saner more soothing experience. P.S. I`ve also hqd the “helpers” rush my pickup truck at Home Depot. A man much smaller than me decided I needed “Help” to load cement into my truck. I was left wondering where the staff are and why they are letting outsiders control their parking lot…

    • evilsandmich

      The Home Depot in our cracktown has (armed?) guards outside of it. I notice as well that it has a 1.5 star review in Google (had to check to see if it was still open) while the white one down the road from me has 3.7.

  • SimplyFred

    A short while back Obama ordered white people to buy cell phones for the
    ‘unemployed’ and ‘underemployed’, ostensibly so they could find jobs
    and go back to work. Mobbing malls and movie theaters, firing guns at
    innocent white passers by, these are the inevitable outcome of yet
    another social program (Obama Phones) gone rotten. Australia is the
    jewel in the crown of the British empire. Australia started as a penal
    colony. When are we going to start sending blacks back to africa?

    • Charles Martel

      The program preceded Obama by several years.

      Google – it’s your friend!

      • From 2008 to 2012 expenditures on the Lifeline program went from under 1 billion to over 2 billion dollars a year, as a direct result of the number of users more than doubling in this same period of time.

        This major spike in spending and participation coincided with … you guessed it, Obama! And the increased marketing of various welfare programs to blacks and other minorities which have been a hallmark of his joke of a presidency.

        Hence why its called “Obama phone”.

        Google – it’s your friend!

        • Charles Martel

          Quite a bit different than the assertion in the first sentence of your original post

          Thank you for clarifying.

      • Race War Provisions

        But they sell our information like facebook?

  • Earl Turner

    “Movie gone wrong”

    “Theater was in the wrong place at the wrong time”

    • cyrusthevirus

      Had only itself to blame !!theatre priviledge again if you ask me!

  • Dave West

    My question is:
    What were these 900 “children of color” all doing before they ransacked an AMC 14?

    How do that many teenagers get together at once, minus being in school (or at least the ones that still go). I’d be willing to bet that social media has made these events more frequent.

  • B.E.L.

    You could close your eyes and just listen to this video and know it was black people. They are just different than us.

  • Canadian Friend

    Only 2 arrested out of 900? This means that 898 got away without any consequences…what messages does that send ?

    There will be a lot more of such attacks by mobs because those criminals know the odds of them being punished are minuscule. This will get worse before it gets better.

    • It says that someone with a flamethrower could have had a target rich environment? Just guessing.

      • Race War Provisions

        I would send that man flamethrower fuel haha

  • JohnnySmoggins

    When things like this happened before it used to make me mad and think of how Whites should reclaim the space. Now I think, eff ’em, let them go out of business. Whites need to start thinking in terms of economic warfare. If companies like AMC lose their (paying, non disturbing) White customers maybe they will start to get on side. As an added bonus sticking it to (anti White, YKW controlled) Hollywood can’t hurt.

  • Race War Provisions

    “What’s the name of the game? LOOTING BOONS!” -Richard Dawson

  • ElComadreja

    The black “flash mob” lives.