June 02, 2014

The Week’s Most Despotic, Chaotic, and Psychotic Headlines

A federal jury has awarded a white police lieutenant from Long Island $1.35 million in a discrimination lawsuit.

The plaintiff, Christopher Barrella, was a 23-year veteran of the village of Freeport’s police force who held a law degree and a master’s degree in public administration. He had undergone elite FBI training. He also received the top score on the police chief’s civil service exam.

But Freeport’s first black mayor, Andrew Hardwick, passed over Barrella in favor of Miguel Bermudez, a junior lieutenant who scored third on the exam and only had a high-school diploma.

According to the New York Post, prosecutors presented evidence that Hardwick “deliberately demoted several white officers in the department and forced others into retirement after being elected mayor, replacing them with less-qualified black and Hispanic candidates.”

Claiming that Bermudez was a “white Hispanic,” Hardwick and the defense team said that race played no role in his appointment, despite the fact that prosecutors presented evidence of Hardwick publicly trotting around Bermudez as the village’s “first Hispanic police chief.” Hardwick also allegedly stated numerous times that he had selected a police chief that “looked like” the village’s residents. (Freeport is over 40% Hispanic.)

“€œIt becomes increasingly obvious that anti-racism is not merely code for anti-white. It is also code for pro-totalitarian.”€

The woman most commonly referred to as V. Stiviano”€”the “V” stands for “Vivian,” not “Vagina” or “Viper””€”released surreptitious recordings that have made her sugar daddy Donald Sterling “the most hated man in America,” according to a recent poll. Ninety-two percent of respondents claimed they hated Sterling, which had him edging out convicted murderer Phil Spector and accused murders O. J. Simpson and Aaron Hernandez. This suggests that the American public has been brainwashed into thinking that”€”crime statistics be damned”€”it’s worse to say you don’t want to hang around black people than it is to commit murder.

But video has recently emerged of the half-black Stiviano making comments about blacks that seem objectively more hateful than anything Sterling said:

I don’t understand black people. The minute you give them a little bit of money, they don’t know what to do with it. They just act crazy … They’re like, “Yo, I wanna put some rims on top of my rims. And my rims are gonna turn around. So I’m gonna call them”€”what”€”spinners?” … And they do stupid shit like that, when there’s people starving around the world. That’s what people want to do with their money?

Unlike Sterling, Stiviano was also fully aware she was being recorded; she made the comments in 2011 while filming a reality-show pilot.

For the first time in 52 years, the Scripps National Spelling Bee has ended in a tie. Two boys of Indian origin, Sriram Hathwar and Ansun Sujoe, are sharing the trophy after correctly spelling words such as “encaenia,” “sdrucciola,” and “thymelici.”

This is the seventh year in a row that an Indian-American has won the competition. It also allegedly marks the 12th time in the past 16 years that Indians have captured the top prize. Since Americans of Indian ancestry are roughly one percent of the population, by our calculations”€”making the fatal assumption that everyone is equal and there are no genetic differences in intelligence”€”the odds that Indians would win seven years in a row are 1 in 100 trillion. If you compound this by the fact that two Indians won this year, the odds are 1 in 10 quadrillion.

Race-deniers are saying the only factor at play here is that Indian culture values hard work and education. The odds seem high that they are wrong.

On social media”€”which race-baiters are constantly scouring to find the one-in-a-hundred-trillion “racist” comment as proof that we still need far more government intervention to squash such thoughtcrimes, the best they could come up with were a handful of white people lamenting that white Americans hadn’t won in quite a long time and that the winners’ names didn’t sound “American.” The only thing “shocking” about such comments were how benign they were, seeing as they expressed more disappointment in white people than venom toward Indians.

An Indian scribe who is apparently predisposed toward hyperbole that goes far beyond anything whites pecked out on Twitter called the comments “racist rants” and “repulsive vomit,” urging federal and state regulations against such offenders, going so far as suggest that “a racist registry…should be created” in the spirit of the National Sex Offender Registry.

It becomes increasingly obvious that anti-racism is not merely code for anti-white. It is also code for pro-totalitarian.


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