Saturday, January 7, 2017

“Fuck Donald Trump!” and “Fuck white people!” .....RACIST BLACK VIOLENCE IN AMERICA - Blacks Who Tortured White Man Charged with Hate Crimes

“Fuck Donald Trump!” and “Fuck white people!” 

Blacks Who Tortured White Man Charged with Hate Crimes

Blacks Who Tortured White Man Charged 

with Hate Crimes

On Jan. 1,  four black men and women  kidnapped and tortured a special needs white man and broadcast their brutality live on Facebook. The mainstream media has reluctantly reported that the group has been charged with hate crimes and will be in court on Jan. 6, according to law enforcement officials in Chicago, the city where the atrocity took place.
By John Friend
Hate crime charges have been brought against four black Chicago-area residents just days after a gruesome video broadcast on Facebook Live and spread on social media and video sharing sites went viral. The roughly 30 minute video, originally broadcast live to the world on the Facebook page of one of the criminals arrested, documents the savage beating and torturing of an 18-year-old white man with special-needs.
In the video, the young white man is shown tied up and cowering in the corner of an apartment with his mouth covered with plastic. He is beaten, slapped, and verbally assaulted. At one point, his attackers slice his sweatshirt open with a knife and eventually cut a chunk of his scalp and hair off of his head. During the vicious attack, the black criminals can be heard shouting “F*ck Donald Trump!” and “F*ck white people!” The perpetrators also degraded and humiliated the young man, forcing him to drink toilet water, kiss the floor, and denounce President-elect Donald Trump.
Yesterday, hate crime charges were filed against the four perpetrators. Incredibly, police officials in Chicago and media pundits originally debated whether or not the crimes depicted in the video and later admitted to by the perpetrators amounted to a hate crime. However, the racially and politically motivated nature of the crime was simply too obvious to ignore.
The suspects in the case include Jordan Hill, 18, Tesfaye Cooper, 18, Brittany Covington, 18, and Tanishia Covington, 24. Covington streamed segments of the vicious assault and torture on her personal Facebook page using Facebook Live. The video has since been removed by Facebook, and has been censored by YouTube, though people keep posting it nonetheless on those sites.
All four suspects have been charged with a hate crime, felony aggravated kidnapping, aggravated unlawful restraint, and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Hill, Cooper, and Covington have also been charged with residential burglary after barging into the apartment of a neighbor who complained about the noise emanating from the apartment the attack was occurring in. Hill faces an additional charge of possession of a stolen vehicle.
According to police and the victims’ parents, the 18-year-old victim was dropped off at a McDonald’s on New Year’s Eve where he met up with Hill, a fellow classmate. Hill was driving a stolen van, and eventually took the victim to Covington’s apartment in Chicago where the vicious assault and barbaric torture took place. After a neighbor’s door was kicked down following her complaints of noise coming from the apartment the attack took place in, the police were called.
The victim was found on the street near the apartment on Monday afternoon wearing only an inside-out tank top, shorts, and sandals, despite the frigid temperatures. Police approached the young man, who was obviously disoriented, bloodied, and battered, and took him to the hospital. Police became aware of the video of the beating and torture on Tuesday, and arrested the perpetrators shortly thereafter.
Hill, Cooper, and the two Covington sisters are scheduled to appear in court On Jan. 6.
The barbaric attack, which was clearly racially and politically motivated, has sparked outrage across the country. The fake news media has tried their hardest to downplay the racial and political nature of the heinous crime, emphasizing the fact that the young white victim was mentally challenged, which they claim may have motivated the attack.
Symone Sanders, a black political commentator and former national press secretary for Bernie Sanders, recently appeared on CNN and questioned whether or not the outrageous violence depicted in the video of the attack did in fact constitute a hate crime, despite the explicit statements of the perpetrators. During another appearance on CNN in mid-November, Sanders mocked and dismissed a white man in Chicago who was viciously beaten by a group of blacks in yet another politically motivated hate crime. The double standards and hypocrisy of the left and fake news media could not be more obvious.
While the controlled mainstream mass media and radical leftist agitators continue to hype manufactured and, in many cases, entirely fabricated “hate crimes” purportedly carried out by Trump supporters, actual violence carried out by non-whites against whites continues unabated. White Trump supporters have been victimized across the nation throughout the election cycle and even after the election, which has largely been either ignored, downplayed, or—amazingly enough—justified by the radical left and their spokespersons in the mass media.
John Friend is a writer, who lives in California.

Violence in the Halls, Disorder in the Malls

The holiday hooliganism traces back to the Obama administration’s destructive efforts to undermine school discipline.
December 29, 2016
Public safety

Judging by video evidence, the participants in the violent mall brawls over the Christmas weekend were overwhelmingly black teens, though white teens were also involved. The media have assiduously ignored this fact, of course, as they have for previous violent flash mob episodes. That disproportion has significance for the next administration’s school-discipline policies, however. If Donald Trump wants to make schools safe again, he must rescind the Obama administration’s diktats regarding classroom discipline, which are based on a fantasy version of reality that is having serious real-world consequences.
The Obama Justice and Education Departments have strong-armed schools across the country to all but eliminate the suspension and expulsion of insubordinate students. The reason? Because black students are disciplined at higher rates than whites. According to Washington bureaucrats, such disproportionate suspensions can mean only one thing: teachers and administrators are racist. The Obama administration rejects the proposition that black students are more likely to assault teachers or fight with other students in class. The so-called “school to prison” pipeline is a function of bias, not of behavior, they say.
This week’s mall violence, which injured several police and security officers, is just the latest piece of evidence for how counterfactual that credo is.  A routine complaint in police-community meetings in minority areas is that large groups of teens are fighting on corners. Residents of the South Bronx’s 41st Precinct complained repeatedly to the precinct commander in a June 2015 meeting about such street disorder. “There’s too much fighting,” one woman said. “There was more than 100 kids the other day; they beat on a girl about 14 years old.” In April 2016, a 17-year-old girl in Coney Island, Brooklyn, Ta’Jae Warner, tried to protect her brother from a group of girls gathered outside her apartment building who were threatening to kill him; one of the group knocked her unconscious. She died four days later. At a meeting in the 23rd Precinct in East Harlem in 2015, residents asked why the police hadn’t stopped a recent stampede of youth down Third Avenue. In April 2012, a group of teens stomped a gang rival to death in a Bronx housing project.
The idea that such street behavior does not have a classroom counterpart is ludicrous. Black males between the ages of 14 and 17 commit homicide at ten times the rate of white and Hispanic males of the same age. The lack of socialization that produces such a vast disparity in murder rates, as well as less lethal street violence, inevitably will show up in classroom behavior. Teens who react to a perceived insult on social media by trying to shoot the offender are not likely to restrain themselves in the classroom if they feel “disrespected” by a teacher or fellow students. Interviews with teachers confirm the proposition that children from communities with high rates of family breakdown bring vast amounts of disruptive anger to school, especially girls.  It is no surprise that several of the Christmas riots began with fights between girls.  School officials in urban areas across the country set up security corridors manned by police officers at school dismissal times to avoid gang shootings. And yet, the Obama administration would have us believe that in the classroom, black students are no more likely to disrupt order than white students. Equally preposterous is the claim that teachers and administrators are bigots. There is no more liberal a profession than teaching; education schools are one long indoctrination in white-privilege theory. And yet when these social-justice warriors get in the classroom, according to the Obama civil rights lawyers, they start wielding invidious double standards in discipline.
The best solution to such alleged teacher racism, according to the Obama Justice and Education Departments, is to pressure teachers to keep unruly students in the classroom rather than removing them. This movement goes by the name of “restorative justice;” its result has been anarchy, adding a school-to-hospital pipeline to the school-to-prison pipeline. The St. Paul school district has been in the restorative-justice vanguard. Assaults on teachers tripled in 2015, reports Katherine Kersten of the Center for the American Experiment; one teacher sustained a traumatic brain injury, while another required staples in her head. Melees of 40 to 50 people (resembling the mall violence) are common, according to Kersten; roving packs of students attack isolated individuals. One high school issued emergency whistles to teachers. (Kersten has a full-length feature story on the St. Paul schools in City Journal’s upcoming issue.)
Over the last year, a Seattle school district in the throes of “restorative justice” experienced an alleged gang rape and several student deaths.  Criminal charges, including murder, were filed against a group of students not yet out of middle school, reports the Seattle Times. Teachers’ unions in Fresno, Des Moines, New York City, and Indianapolis have all lodged complaints about the anti-discipline philosophy, according to Education Week. The Fresno teachers signed a petition pointing out that students are returned to class after cursing at teachers and physically assaulting them, without suffering any consequences. Fresno’s teachers have been injured trying to stop fights; some are retiring because teaching where severely disruptive students cannot be dislodged has become impossible. In Des Moines, students now hit and scream at each other and their teachers, reports the Des Moines Register.
Undeterred by such news, the Obama administration has rolled out reams of material for combatting supposed teacher racism. Since 2014 alone, it has produced a School Climate and Discipline Guidance Package, a Rethink Discipline Public Awareness Campaign, a Resource Guide for Superintendent Action, a National Resource Center for School Justice Partnerships, a template for “School Climate Surveys,” and a “Quick Guide on Making School Climate Improvements.” The DOJ is “investing” $1 million (read: showering money on left-wing consultants) for the Pyramid Equity Project, which is supposed to establish national models for addressing issues of implicit bias in early learning programs.
Naturally, federal litigation has followed. Just this month, the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division imposed a consent decree on the Watson Chapel, Arkansas, School District, after suing it for racially discriminatory school-discipline practices. Those practices “prevent students of color from reaching their full potential,” according to Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Vanita Gupta. A federal court will continue to have jurisdiction over the school until the DOJ declares it in absolute compliance with the decree, a process anticipated to take three years.
Given this threat of lawsuits, it’s no wonder that district superintendents dismiss the rising violence and announce that restorative justice is “working.” It’s certainly “worked” to reduce expulsions and suspensions—in Seattle, by a whopping 77 percent from 2013 to 2016. Never mind that students aren’t learning and teachers are at risk.
The Trump administration must tear up every guidance and mandate in the Justice and Education Departments that penalize school districts for disproportionate rates of school discipline. Absent clear proof of teacher or administrator racism, Washington should let schools correct student behavioral problems as they see fit. Students in classrooms where disruption is common are far less likely to learn; that is the civil rights problem that should get activists’ attention. Taxpayer dollars should not be funding specious federal crusades against phantom discrimination; school districts might have more resources if their local taxpayers were not also being hit by federal levies, which are redistributed around the country in the delusional pursuit of “social justice.” Until the two-parent family is reconstructed, classrooms remain the only hope for socializing children and for preventing the teen violence that broke out across the country this Christmas. Schools can only accomplish that civilizing mission, however, if they are allowed to insist on strict rules, respect for authority, and consequences for misconduct.

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