Black Lives Matter Leader says White People are Defective, Muses about how to wipe them out

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 She Tweeted: “Plz Allah give me strength to not cuss/kill these men and white folks out here today.”  Black Lives Matter Leader says White People are Defective, Muses about how to wipe them out…

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TORONTO – A co-founder of Black Lives Matter Toronto argued that white people are “recessive genetic defects” and purportedly mused about how the race could be “wiped out,” according to a post on what appears to be her Facebook page. Yusra Khogali has faced increased scrutiny over the past year after BLM Toronto gained political influence following their disruption of the Toronto Pride parade and confrontations with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne.

On Friday, Toronto Police announced they would not participate in this year’s upcoming parade. This has been a longstanding demand of BLM TO and one that the board of Pride Toronto recently backed in a controversial vote. Khogali has a track record of inflammatory, divisive rhetoric. Only last week during a protest in front of the US consulate Khogali shouted into a microphone that “Justin Trudeau is a white supremacist terrorist” and urged the crowd to “rise up and fight back.” “Look at us, we have the numbers,” she said.

She also faced controversy in the news for a tweet posted a year ago stating: “Plz Allah give me strength to not cuss/kill these men and white folks out here today.”

While these remarks alarmed many Canadians, they pale in comparison to a statement numerous sources forwarded to the Sun that Khogali appears to have posted on Facebook in late 2015. “Whiteness is not humxness,” the statement begins. “infact, white skin is sub-humxn.” The post goes on to present a genetics-based argument centred on melanin and enzyme. “White ppl are recessive genetic defects. this is factual,” the post reads towards the end. “white ppl need white supremacy as a mechanism to protect their survival as a people because all they can do is produce themselves. black ppl simply through their dominant genes can literally wipe out the white race if we had the power to.”

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Khogali did not respond to requests for comment from the Sun. But if she did in fact write the post, her thesis doesn’t pass muster for one of America’s leading scholars of the history of eugenics. “The document mirrors the racism of American eugenicists who claimed in the first third of the 20th century that native whites were genetically superior not only to blacks but also to immigrants from Eastern and Southern Europe,” Daniel Kevles, a professor at Yale University, wrote to the Sun.

“Their claims were without any scientific foundation and added up to expressions of naked white racism.” Kevles’ book “In the Name of Eugenics: Genetics and the Uses of Human Heredity” is considered a leading text in the field. “The anger and frustration that animates the Black Lives Matter movement is altogether understandable, but the way to contest pseudo-science and white prejudice is not with an alternative pseudo-science and black prejudice,” notes Kevles. “It is with moral argument and political action.” The BLM TO website explains their stated goals are “to dismantle all forms of state-sanctioned oppression, violence and brutality committed against African, Caribbean, and Black cis, queer, trans, and disabled populations in Toronto.” There is no indication the group or any of its other members supports the sentiments expressed in the alarming post. The Sun did not hear back from BLM TO and the main Black Lives Matter umbrella group in the United States following various requests for comment. afurey@postmedia.com February 13, 2017

An inauguration followed by a regurgitation

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Imagine what would happen to a conservative actor standing before 200,000 people and saying that Obama had wet dreams about his daughter and that she was his object of lust.  Imagine this same conservative calling Obama, Adolf Hitler.

An inauguration followed by a regurgitation

By Mario Murillo

Imagine what would happen to a conservative actor standing before 200,000 people and saying that Obama had wet dreams about his daughter and that she was his object of lust.  Imagine this same conservative calling Obama, Adolf Hitler.

The ensuing firestorm would engulf every media outlet.  People would line up to kill that person and it would probably be legal to do it in California.  That actor would not only never work in Hollywood again—he or she and their entire family would have to enter a witness protection program.

Nasty woman Ashley Judd spewed all of this out about Trump and it will enhance her career.  She will not be persecuted, she will not have to worry about backlash. She is a beneficiary of the most elaborate and dishonest double standard in American history.

On Friday, January 20, 2017, we had an inauguration.  Millions were inspired and encouraged by the beauty, pageantry, patriotism and moral conviction of the day long events.  We went to bed with a hope that the years of stagnation were giving way to renewed greatness.

Saturday, January 21, 2017, we had a mass regurgitation.  With apologies to bulimics everywhere, I say, nasty women—shoved their collective fingers down their throat and—upchucked the most putrid attitudes and nonsensical bile ever to contaminate the National Mall.

I refer to it as regurgitation because all the issues brought up in their vacuous screeching were digested and settled during the election—the people spoke—women voted for Trump in record numbers.  The election is over.

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This is not a blanket condemnation of these protestors. I am certain are many sincere and responsible women who came with an honest beef about America—who wanted Hillary to win.

What I am highlighting is the villains who hijacked the movement.  The same thing that happened to Black Lives Matter happened again today.   Nasty women led the demonstrations in obscene and silly rants. They are poisoned with arrogance, ignorance, and hate.

Arrogance because they insist that all women believe what they say simply because they said it.   It is arrogance to say that no women should be pro-life.  It is arrogance to say that the election was rigged simply because we say it is rigged.  It is arrogance to want martial law to force Trump out of office.

They raged about Russian hacking which was a mouse compared to the elephant in the room: Mainstream media bias for Clinton.

Ignorance in that they do not understand how the Constitution works (nor do they seem to care.)  Speaker after speaker vilified the electoral college—yea, they cursed the electoral college.  They accused people—who did their duty by honoring the votes of their respective states—of being traitors.

They are filled with hate.  Madonna hurling the mandatory F-bombs said she wanted to bomb the White House because Trump is Hitler.  Ashley, Madonna and so many other speakers competed to find new lows of obscene insults and mindless rage.

Leo Tolstoy observed that the way to tell how civilized a society is by what they consider laughable.  Today, what these women thought was funny, was horrifying.  And it is terrifying to think of the millions they influence.

But there is a great hope in this situation.  When you look at the pattern set by so many radicals on the left.  They seem to be powerful and flaring up in power.  But looks are deceiving.  Just before a star dies it becomes a supernova.  It’s like a last screaming hurrah before it expires.

As I said Black Lives Matters flared up and lost credibility.  So, will 68 Democratic leaders who boycotted the inauguration.  As so will these nasty women because they live in a bubble.  They don’t know that even close friends are queasy with their extremes.   Once you set a course of crudeness and ranting there is nowhere to go but down.NEW YORK - MAY 10: Donald Trump attends "The Celebrity Apprentice" season finale at the at American Museum of Natural History on May 10, 2009 in New York City. (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images)

A final sense of hope that I feel—and it will make the left rage more than anything else I can say—is the hand pf providence.   Hillary had everything.  She had Obama.  She had $1.2 billion to spend on her campaign.  She had every major news agency acting like a mouthpiece of her campaign…and yet she lost.

Trump, on the other hand, seemed to have the whole world against him.  And the endless number of opponents stepped to the plate to destroy him.  For reasons that escape human wisdom, he stayed alive.  He moved on and his enemies fell by the wayside.

When I would watch Kung Fu movies I always wondered about something:  After the hero had just whipped 50 men without breaking a sweat why did the others keep coming.   Did they think they could win?

To listen to these nasty women today you would think that Trump was a paper tiger.  I was like they knew nothing of what has happened in the last 18 months.  He’s been called these names before, none of their insults were new or eloquent.  They would be wise to survey the damage and carefully assess the situation.  They should see if their extreme vileness is only entertaining a shrinking core.

Patriotic Christians must be wise and vigilant too!   What happened today is the real state of affairs in this country.  I say this to wake you up!  Trump’s election did not erase leftist debauchery…it merely turned over the rock and allowed the vileness to scurry everywhere.  We cannot think t Trump’s election is the end of leftist insanity.  We can stare at a miracle and fall into apathy.  If anything, today’s regurgitation should make us resolved to build what has started.  It is time for us to be brave.  To bear insults and persecution and stand for righteousness at all cost.

 

A Matter of Life and Death

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Here is the plain truth: We are in a situation where the worst president we have ever had—may be replaced by the only person who could possibly be worse—at the worst time imaginable.  The odds of this are astronomical.

A Matter of Life and Death

By Mario Murillo

Here is the plain truth: We are in a situation where the worst president we have ever had—may be replaced by the only person who could possibly be worse—at the worst time imaginable.  The odds of this are astronomical.

Let me take that last one first.  This is the worst time imaginable because a blanket of delusion hangs over the general population.    They have been assaulted, robbed, lied to and cast aside by Obama.  Yet—like a battered wife—millions of Democrats have signed up for more.

Moreover, the media has lost its soul.  They are busy lying, manipulating, punishing opposing views and utterly selling out to elect Clinton.  At any other time, people would be horrified and disgusted.

This is the perfect storm.  To my mind, there are only two possible reasons that all of this could be happening at the same time:  1. Satan is making his stand to destroy America.  2. God has sent a strong delusion to judge America.

Let me take the first one next.  Obama is not merely the worst president ever.  He may be the worst thing that has ever happened to America.  He did the opposite of everything he ever promised.

-He said Obamacare would save you $2,500.  Arizona will see an increase of over 116%.  The average national increase will be 60%.

-He promised jobs and instead drove 95 million Americans out of the workforce.

-He promised to heal race relations. Instead, he started a race war that has killed scores of police across the nation.

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-He said he would make life better for blacks.  Instead he set records for suffering.  Lowest home ownership.  Highest crime rates.  Highest poverty rates. Since he has been in office, 8 thousand have been murdered in Chicago alone.  he has divided the races and poisoned all race conversations.

-He promised to heal our relationship to the Middle East.  What he gave us was a world of terror, civil war and imminent world war.

This is the worst time for Hillary.  If you believe that Hillary’s corrupt, heinous, hideous, malevolent, malicious, nefarious, ugly, vicious, vile and depraved (words fail me) character in anyway compares to Trump’s failings…you are indeed under a strong delusion.

People think that the point I am making is “watch out, Hillary will make things bad!”   No, no it is much worse than that.   Things are already bad, horribly bad.  Obama has made us utterly miserable…instead of hope and change, he gave us fear and loathing.

When it seems that things cannot get worse, Hillary will find a way.   She is the finishing touch on a dying nation.

This is not a dire warning…the “dire” is already here.   This election is not a choice between a bad candidate and a worse candidate.  No matter how impossible this election seems, you must vote.  No matter what the outcome, you will be able to say that you voted to save the country.

The delusion can be broken by prayer and brave action by vessels of God.  We are long overdue for a miracle.  Whatever you do…vote.

It is no longer just a vote…it is a choice between life and death.

SINGER KNEELS, WEARS BLACK LIVES MATTER SHIRT WHILE SINGING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM

Denasia Lawrence sings the national anthem before an NBA preseason basketball game between the Miami Heat and the Philadelphia 76ers, Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, in Miami. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

 

  • Denasia Lawrence sang the national anthem before NBA game in Miami
  • As she sang she knelt, following lead of NFL player Colin Kaepernick 
  • Lawrence sang before the Miami Heat played the Philadelphia 76ers
  • Miami Heat linked arms in a sign of unity before start of the game
  • Kneeling for anthem has become a protest against racial discrimination 

A woman performing the national anthem before an NBA preseason game in Miami on Friday night did so while kneeling at midcourt, and opening her jacket to show a shirt with the phrase ‘Black Lives Matter’.

The singer was identified by the Heat as Denasia Lawrence. It was unclear if she remained in the arena after the performance, and messages left for her were not immediately returned.

Heat players and coaches stood side-by-side for the anthem, all with their arms linked as has been their custom during the preseason.

Many had their heads down as Lawrence sang, and the team released a statement saying it had no advance knowledge that she planned to kneel.

We felt as a basketball team that we would do something united, so that was our focus,’ Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said.

‘Throughout all of this, I think the most important thing that has come out is the very poignant, thoughtful dialogue.

‘We’ve had great dialogue within our walls here and hopefully this will lead to action.’

The anthem issue has been a major topic in the sports world in recent months, starting with the decision by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to not stand for its playing.

Kaepernick cited racial injustice and police brutality among the reasons for his protest, and athletes from many sports — and many levels, from youth all the way to professional — have followed his lead in various ways.

 OUR REACTION:
Darrell Bernard Harrison isn’t a famous writer. He doesn’t go on television to create juicy viral soundbites while arguing with Marc Lamont Hill about racism. Darrell is a black man who loves God and loves his community.  I am posting his comments because it nails it

I read an article a moment ago about a black female who took to one knee while performing the national anthem last night during an NBA game. So, in the spirit of fairness and balance, I thought I’d post a list of issues about which black people will never take a knee:

– the legal murder of more than 17 million unborn black babies since Roe v. Wade in 1973
– the refusal of the federal government to allow parental choice in determining at what school their children should be educated
– the 73 percent rate at which black children are reared in single-parent homes
– the 72 percent out-of-wedlock birth rate of black children
– an increasingly burdensome tax code that forces black parents to work longer hours resulting in less time spent with their children
– a punitive healthcare law that is forcing many black households into bankruptcy because the premiums and penalties are unaffordable
– a double-digit black unemployment rate which is influenced by a liberal immigration policy that encourages and accommodates violating the law under the guise of “fulfilling a dream”
– an increasingly high rate of HIV- infected black men and women in black urban and suburban neighborhoods
– the decades-long impact of liberal policies that have only served to exacerbate poverty and government dependency in urban communities, despite the fact that 95 percent of black voters support the political party that endorses those policies
– the rate at which black people commit violent crimes against other black people

Not trying to start an argument. I’m just sick of the hypocrisy.

Walmart refused to make Blue Lives Matter cake calling it racist

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Hillary poured gasoline on Charlotte

Hillary Rodham Clinton answers questions at a news conference at the United Nations, Tuesday, March 10, 2015.   Clinton conceded that she should have used a government email to conduct business as secretary of state, saying her decision was simply a matter of "convenience."  (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

Hillary Poured Gasoline on Charlotte

 

Clinton joins rush to condemn police before details emerge, 16 officers injured in resulting riot

by Kathryn Blackhurst | Updated 21 Sep 2016 at 5:05 PM

Hillary Clinton pounced on late-breaking news Tuesday of two fatal police shootings of a black men in Charlotte, North Carolina and Tulsa, Oklahoma.

In a direct tweet from the Democratic presidential nominee herself — marked by an “-H” — Clinton tweeted at 1:35 p.m. on Tuesday, “Another unarmed Black man was shot in a police incident. This should be intolerable. We have so much work to do.”

Another unarmed Black man was shot in a police incident. This should be intolerable. We have so much work to do.

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Though Clinton was talking about the shooting in Tulsa, Oklahoma, her inflammatory weight-in no doubt helped incite the violent riots that left 16 police injured in Charlotte.

Brentley Vinson — a black police officer — shot and killed Keith Lamont Scott, a father of seven, in a parking lot while serving a warrant to a different man in the adjacent apartment complex Tuesday in North Carolina’s largest city. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department has said that Scott was holding a gun and pointed to eyewitness accounts that back up the police account.

“The subject got back out of the vehicle armed with a firearm and posed an imminent deadly threat to the officers who subsequently fired their weapon striking the subject,” police said, according to KTLA-5.

Details of the Tulsa, Oklahoma shooting were certainly limited at the time Clinton sent her tweet, with just an ABC affiliate reporting the shooting victim was unarmed.

Waiting to know the facts didn’t stop Clinton, and others held hostage by their allegiance to the Black Lives Matter movement, from rushing to judgement on the incident.

The incident is particularly iconic coming just days after the liberal media pounced all over Republican nominee Donald Trump for immediately calling the weekend explosions in New York and New Jersey the results of a terrorist bombing before that was confirmed by law enforcement. It turned out the explosions did indeed arise from jihadist bombs.

“[Trump’s] being criticized for talking about the New York bomb before local officials or local law enforcement had a chance to do so,” CNN’s “State of the Union” host Jake Tapper told New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Sunday. “And his opponent tried to draw a contrast. She waited hours later, until local officials spoke, and then she said this.”

Tapper then proceeded to air a conveniently edited clip that omitted Clinton mentioning the “bombings in New York and New Jersey,” emphasizing instead Clinton saying, “I think it’s important to know the facts about any incident like this. I think it’s always wiser to wait until you have information before making conclusions.”

Tapper implies Trump reaction to ‘bombings’ inappropriate, edits clip of Clinton saying same thing

Similar to other recent police-shooting incidents, a social media wave that included Clinton’s tweet precipitated violent protests across the city of Charlotte.

Chanting “No justice, no peace,” the protesters stormed Interstate 85 as TV footage showed them appearing to loot semi trucks and setting the objects on fire on the highway. Others chucked rocks and bottles at police officers gathered to monitor the riot, including striking one officer in the face with a rock. The protesters also jumped on at least one police van and stomped on it while smashing its windows. Police ultimately dispersed tear gas in an attempt to control and clear the streets at around 11 p.m. on Tuesday. At least seven bystanders who sustained injuries were taken to the hospital and at least five protesters were arrested.

At least 16 police officers were injured in the clash.

The mainstream media, of course, is unlikely to press Clinton or her campaign for her role in inciting violence against police officers and for misleading the public on a law enforcement incident before the facts were known.

“We have got to tackle systemic racism,” Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said Tuesday on “The Steve Harvey Morning Show” while addressing last week’s police shooting of Terence Crutcher in Tulsa, Oklahoma. “And maybe I can, by speaking directly to white people, say, ‘Look, this is not who we are’ … We have got to do everything possible to improve policing, to go right at implicit bias.”

The Morality of Voting for Trump

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The Morality of Voting for Trump

#NeverTrumpers fails to persuade as Dems focus on helping their candidate win

by Laura Ingraham | Updated 12 Aug 2016 at 1:57 PM

Knowing what we know about Hillary Clinton and her plans for America, and the importance of the Supreme Court, we conservatives have a moral obligation to both oppose her and support Donald Trump.

That’s the choice the NeverTrumpers have made — a decision to do nothing.

This is the sentiment I expressed on Sean Hannity’s television show Thursday that has sent some #NeverTrump conservatives into a tizzy. Ben Shapiro is the latest in a long line of mostly Acela-corridor Republicans who spend much of their days “see-I-told-you-so’ing” about Trump.

Shapiro responded on behalf of Team #NeverTrump Friday in a piece titled “Hannity, Ingraham Say It’s Immoral Not to Vote Trump. Here Are 3 Reasons They’re Wrong,” published in the Daily Wire.

Here are his three arguments, none of which is persuasive:

1. Electing Trump as president will do more damage to the country in the long run because a Trump presidency would be the end of conservatism.
Really? What conservatism is that? The conservatism that ran up huge deficits in the 2000s? The conservatism that encouraged illegal immigration? The conservatism that pushed trade policies that led to the rise of China? The conservatism that rolled over for Obama on issue after issue? The conservatism that does whatever The Wall Street Journal editorial page wants? The conservatism of Jeb Bush, Lindsey Graham, and John McCain? That conservatism won’t be around anymore? Good.

Those are reasons to support Trump, not reasons to fear him. Over the last 25 years, the conservative movement has failed to win a single election against Bill Clinton or Barack Obama. They failed to stop social liberalism. They failed to stop the rise of China. They failed to shrink the federal government, balance the federal budget, return power to the states, or generally do any of the things that GOP voters wanted them to do.

Now, peeved and spiteful that the base no longer trusts them to do almost anything, they are supporting Hillary Clinton — a radical liberal whose 25 years on the national stage have been an absolute disaster for the average American.

If ending this record of failure, and launching a new conservatism that actually tries to help working-class Americans, is one of the consequences of the Trump campaign, then that campaign will have been well worth it.

2. There are costs to supporting Trump if he loses.
They’re worried about conservatism being tainted by Trump? Were they there when the housing bubble collapsed in 2008, and the nation watched in horror as a Republican president struggled to explain why the U.S. economy was in free fall? Were they there when the Bush administration disbanded the Iraqi military, which made stabilizing that sectarian quicksand impossible? Were they there when Republicans were crushed in the 2006 and 2008 elections — in large part because they could make no defense of the Bush administration? Of course they were.

To this day, conservatism is tainted by its association with the Bush administration — and yet the GOP re-took the House in 2010, and re-gained the Senate in 2014. If conservatives can overcome eight years of disastrous policies that left this country crying out for Barack Obama, of all people, they can certainly overcome Donald Trump.

 3. Your vote is a moral instrument, not just an instrument of policy.
Yes, it is. Voting for Trump means that when your country had been in decline for almost two decades, and you had the chance to set the country on a different course, you took it.

Voting for Trump means that when you finally had the chance to end the corrupt and decadent Clinton machine, you took it.

Voting for Trump means that when you had the chance to write in the history books that the country had rejected the last eight years of President Obama, you took it.

Voting for Trump means that when you had the chance to save the First Amendment, and the Second Amendment, and to restore the proper checks and balances that are at risk from another Clinton administration, you took it.

Voting for Trump means that when you had the chance to stand up to pro-China billionaires who make money off of a global system that is rigged in favor of a Chinese dictatorship, and rigged against the American worker, you took it.

Voting for Trump means saying yes to a 15 percent top corporate tax rate, which will boost American wages and jobs.

Voting for Trump means that we know how critical the Supreme Court is and if we lose it, game’s over on many of the policies and principles we’ve been fighting for decades.

Is Trump perfect? Of course not. Do you know how many perfect presidents we’ve had? Zero. In the real world, if you want to be a citizen — and have the responsibilities of a citizen — you have to be a grown-up, and you have to recognize that life presents us with difficult choices.

Voting for Trump means fighting against the ennui and decline that is destroying this country.

Voting for Trump does not mean that you agree with everything he says, or that you never criticize him. It does not mean giving up your right to disagree with him — or even oppose him — when he does something you think is wrong. Does anyone think that Paul Ryan — who is supporting Trump — will simply be a rubber stamp for Trump’s policies? Does anyone think that the numerous GOP Senators who support Trump will blindly follow wherever he leads? Of course not.

The NeverTrumpers like to pretend that Trump’s supporters are weak-minded simpletons who don’t understand how politics works. But the truth is that those of us who support Trump understand all too well the reality of the choice that faces us, and are doing the best we can to save this country.

On the other hand, not voting for Trump — and hoping that he loses — also represents a moral choice:

It means being worried every time you hear a story suggesting that Hillary still faces real hurdles before Election Day and could still lose this.

It means aligning yourself, at least temporarily, with left-wing nightmares Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and all the other radicals who want Trump to lose.

It means turning a deaf ear to your fellow Americans who can’t take four more years of decline, and who are desperate for new leadership.

It means allowing another four or eight years of flat-lining wages and growth, and high taxes on American businesses.

It means hardening your heart against people those who have spent 40 years trying to stop abortion.

It means rejecting the advice of Ryan, Mitch McConnell, Rudy Giuliani, Newt Gingrich, and the vast majority of elected Republican officials — all of whom are supporting Trump.

It means doing nothing when The New York Times, and The Washington Post, and every other left-wing outlet mocks and ridicules the Trump supporters as racists and bigots.

It means cheering (silently or not) along with every smear and every snide comment that Hollywood and the media can use to attack Trump’s voters.

That’s the choice the NeverTrumpers have made — a decision to do nothing, to wash their hands of the election, of the Republican Party, of the country itself.

That may represent some people’s version of morality. But it’s not mine.