Monday, December 8, 2014

This is the Result of Desegregation of Schools

Letter from Annapolis: Black on white harassment and violence. I was in the 3rd grade when my family moved from Argentia, Newfoundland to Annapolis, MD. I had only seen one black person before in my life on a military base before that. In 3rd grade I don’t recall seeing any blacks. That changed in 4th grade when I was moved to another school. There was about a 30-40% population of blacks in the classrooms. My 4th grade teacher sat the students at assigned group tables instead of desks. My table consisted of two black boys, two Jewish boys, a white boy and me. I was the only girl. I was seated next to one of the black boys. Girls were required to wear skirts in those days. Soon after the start of the year the black boy next to me started reaching up my dress and grabbing my crotch under the table. His last name was Calhoun and everyone called him by that. He would say ‘give me some of that!’ And then ‘give me some of that p—-!’ and ‘give me a bite of that p—-!’ I was mortified. I told him to stop repeatedly but to no avail. It just made him bolder. I had never even heard the term ‘p—-‘ before but it was obvious what he meant by it. After grabbing me he would put his hand up to his mouth and making loud slurping, eating noises. Everyone at the table knew what was going on. I looked desperately to the others at the table for support. The other black boy would laugh as did the two Jewish boys. The other white boy was too terrified to say anything. This went on for a few weeks. I would try and tell the teacher but was too humiliated and confused to give details. I simply said ‘Calhoun won’t leave me alone!’ She just laughed and said ‘oh yes, he will’ and left it at that. She was an idealistic white woman from Chicago fresh out of teaching school. She was clearly sold on the new ideal of a multicultural paradise. I tried raising my hand and saying ‘Calhouns bothering me!’ She would look up briefly from her desk and say ‘Calhoun get back to work’ and that was it. He went right back to the molestation. After a couple of weeks of me trying to handle it on my own I finally told my mother what was happening. She was furious and immediately marched into the principals office (an older black woman.) I was immediately reassigned to another table and the harassment ended. I believe the principal acted out of embarrassment. Later that year I was late for school one day and was crossing the playground alone when I was suddenly surrounded by a group of 4-5 black boys who were all shouting vulgar things and reaching up my skirt. I was in tears and tried to ward them off but it lasted about 5-10 minutes then they finally ran off laughing and whooping it up. Another time I went into the girls bathroom and was confronted by 3-4 black girls who surrounded me and started threatening to beat me up. They had me backed into a corner where there was a chair. I think the only reason I didn’t get beat up that day was that I picked up the chair and used it as a shield until I could get past them and out of the door. As soon as it became clear I would defend myself and I had something to use as a weapon their demeanor changed. They started laughing and saying ‘oh we’re just kidding’ and ‘are you a lion tamer?’ The black kids in the school were always loud and shouting threats and insults against the white students. The white kids just wanted to get away from them as much as possible. Savannah, GA 1970-1972: we moved when I was in 7th grade and I went to Windsor Forest 7-12 high school. They had busing where a large @40% black population was bused into a white neighborhood. There were constant fights among the black students, threats and harassment of white students. It was a loud, violent, scary place to be. The school had to shut down mid-day and send the students home 3-4 times/year due to the violence and tension that would build up. Whites would have to walk down the hallways and go to the bathroom in groups of 4-5 to avoid beating attacked by a group (any group of 3 or more) of black students. The ceilings of the bathrooms in both schools were spackled with fist sized blobs of dried out toilet paper that had been thrown up on them wet and stuck there. POST SCRIPT FROM THE VICTIM: I had really come to believe this was a normal experience and had glossed over it. I raised 4 kids and had never told them simply because we are in a (for now) majority White area. They have no personal experience being around a large black population day after day. It was the Trayvon story and how the media covered it that started to awaken those memories. Your writings as well helped me to come to terms. I checked our local library to see if they have your book with the intention of requesting they order it. Someone else beat me to it though. Side note: when I recently told my 16 yo daughter about it she refused to believe me! It was so shocking to her she actually accused me of making it up!

You ever wonder why this country is in deep doo doo?

This guy was mayor of the capital city of the entire country. The city the whole world sees as representative of the nation. Now that he's resting in peace, the rest of us can rest a little easier. Marion Barry was the mayor of Washington D.C. from 1979 to 1991. His term ended abruptly when the FBI, acting on a tip, got video of Barry using crack cocaine. Indeed, that led to one of his most famous quotes: of the FBI informant who set up the sting operation, he complained: "Goddamn bitch set me up!" Well, yeah. He was charged with 3 felonies and 11 misdemeanors, but managed to get all but one charge dismissed; he was sentenced to six months in prison for that one remaining charge. Once he was released from prison, he proved the adage that voters "get the politicians they deserve" -- he was elected to the Washington City Council and, two years later, again elected as mayor of the District. He died November 23, at 78. With that background, we present quotes by the duly elected mayor himself. "If you take out the killings, Washington actually has a very very low crime rate." --Marion Barry, Mayor of Washington, D.C. "I am clearly more popular than Reagan. I am in my third term. Where's Reagan? Gone after two! Defeated by George Bush and Michael Dukakis no less." --Marion Barry, Mayor of Washington, D.C. "The contagious people of Washington have stood firm against diversity during this long period of increment weather." --Marion Barry, Mayor of Washington, D.C. "I promise you a police car on every sidewalk." --Marion Barry, Mayor of Washington, D.C. "First, it was not a strip bar, it was an erotic club. And second, what can I say? I'm a night owl." --Marion Barry, Mayor of Washington, D.C. "The laws in this city are clearly racist. All laws are racist. The law of gravity is racist." --Marion Barry, Mayor of Washington, D.C. "I am making this trip to Africa because Washington is an international city, just like Tokyo, Nigeria or Israel. As mayor, I am an international symbol. Can you deny that to Africa?" --Marion Barry, Mayor of Washington, D.C. "People have criticized me because my security detail is larger than the president's. But you must ask yourself: are there more people who want to kill me than who want to kill the president? I can assure you there are." --Marion Barry, Mayor of Washington, D.C. "The brave men who died in Vietnam, more than 100% of which were black, were the ultimate sacrifice." --Marion Barry, Mayor of Washington, D.C. "People blame me because these water mains break, but I ask you, if the water mains didn't break, would it be my responsibility to fix them then? Would it!?!" --Marion Barry, Mayor of Washington, D.C. "I read a funny story about how the Republicans freed the slaves. The Republicans are the ones who created slavery by law in the 1600's. Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves and he was not a Republican." --Marion Barry, Mayor of Washington, D.C. "What right does Congress have to go around making laws just because they deem it necessary?" --Marion Barry, Mayor of Washington, D.C. and... "I am a great mayor; I am an upstanding Christian man; I am an intelligent man; I am a deeply educated man; I am a humble man." --Marion Barry, Mayor of Washington, D.C.

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Maryland Teacher Called "White Trash" by Nigger Principal Maryland Teacher Called ‘White Trash’ Wins $350,000 Discrimination Lawsuit Jon Everhart won a lawsuit after claiming that the black principal at his school fired him after calling him “poor white trash” and other names. By: Breanna Edwards Posted: Aug. 11 2014 1:49 PM He was called “poor white trash” and “white bitch,” tormented until he was eventually fired and stripped of his teaching credentials. That’s what former Prince George’s County, Md., teacher Jon Everhart claimed in his racial-discrimination lawsuit against the county school board, alleging that the black principal at Largo High School forced him out of his job, according to the Washington Post. He was ultimately awarded $350,000 in the case. “Justice was served,” Everhart told the Post in a phone call. “I do feel as though I have been vindicated.” The amount was based on compensatory damages. Everhart said that he ended up with high blood pressure and heart problems because of his tenure at Largo. He is, however, also due back pay and benefits, the amount of which a district judge will determine later. The 65-year-old teacher told the newspaper that he was subject to cruelty from the school’s principal, Angelique Simpson-Marcus, for years. “She called me ‘poor white trash’ and ‘white bitch,’” Everhart said in his phone call with the Post. “Her behavior was so outlandish.” Everhart, who was hired in 2003, when Simpson-Marcus was a physical education teacher, said that Simpson-Marcus told him he would be the first teacher she fired if she became principal. She also said, Everhart claimed, that the “only reason a white teacher teaches in P.G. County is that they can’t get a job elsewhere.” See Also During his time at the school when Simpson-Marcus was principal, Everhart went from being named Teacher of the Year to getting bad performance reviews. He was demoted from teaching honors English to upperclassmen and was instead put in charge of freshman classes. “I just think it was a disgrace, and I think that’s what the jury saw, too,” Everhart’s lawyer, Bryan Chapman, told the Post. For her part, Simpson-Marcus maintained her innocence in an interview. “I never said any of those things,” the principal said. “I don’t use that kind of language.” lack principal racially abused white teacher Big payday in discrimination lawsuit Published: 08/11/2014 at 1:15 PM author-image Joe Kovacs About | Email | Archive Joe Kovacs is an award-winning journalist and, since 1999, executive news editor of WND. He is the author of two best-selling books: "Shocked by the Bible: The Most Astonishing Facts You've Never Been Told" and its 2012 sequel, "The Divine Secret: The Awesome and Untold Truth About Your Phenomenal Destiny." rss feed Subscribe to feed Printer Friendly Text smaller Text bigger 842 Principal Angelique Simpson-Marcus of Largo High School in Upper Marlboro, Maryland Principal Angelique Simpson-Marcus of Largo High School in Upper Marlboro, Maryland A white schoolteacher in Maryland has won a $350,000 discrimination award after his black principal abused him for years due to his race. Jon Everhart, 65, sued the Prince George’s County school board, claiming Angelique Simpson-Marcus, principal of Largo High School in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, forced him out of his job because he is Caucasian. “She called me ‘poor white trash’ and ‘white b—-,’ ” Everhart told the Washington Post.”Her behavior was so outlandish.” She also reportedly told students the “only reason a white teacher teaches in [Prince George's] County is that they can’t get a job elsewhere.” The jury in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland agreed with Everhart’s assertion he was discriminated against, but found in favor of the school board on his claim of a hostile work environment. He had originally sought $5 million. “Justice was served,” Everhart said. “I do feel as though I have been vindicated.” Meanwhile, Simpson-Marcus maintains the claims made by Everhart are baseless. Though she refused to specify the reason for the teacher’s ouster, she called his allegations of poor treatment and retaliation “unfounded.” The $350,000 award is for compensatory damages, as Everhart says he has suffered from high blood pressure and heart problems because of the harsh treatment on campus. It’s now up to U.S. District Judge Peter J. Messitte to determine how much money Everhart should receive in back pay and benefits. The Post says the school system has 30 days to show why Everhart should not receive retirement and health benefits and why his teaching certificate, which was revoked when he was fired, should not be restored. Everhart originally came to Prince George’s County in 2003 from Baltimore and was assigned to teach English at Largo. Simpson-Marcus was a physical-education teacher at the school at that time. After the racially abusive comments began, Everhart filed a union grievance against her, and said she told him if she ever became principal, he’d be the first person she’d fire. Bryan Chapman, Everhart’s attorney, said once Simpson-Marcus became principal, Everhart, who was named the school’s Teacher of the Year and who received stellar evaluations, began to receive unsatisfactory evaluations. Everhart says he was yanked from teaching honors English to juniors and seniors and was placed in a freshman class, where Simpson-Marcus allegedly told students that Everhart was going to be axed. Chapman says Everhart’s formal complaints were ignored, and his efforts to switch to another high school were blocked. “I just think it was a disgrace, and I think that’s what the jury saw, too,” Chapman said. Read more at

Friday, September 5, 2014


GOVERNMENT MURDERS EDGAR STEELE – CAN THEY GET AWAY WITH IT? Today, September 4, 2014, early afternoon, a California mortuary notified Mrs. Cyndi Steele that her husband Edgar was dead. At this time, specific circumstances regarding Mr. Steele’s death are being confirmed. The Free Edgar Steele web site and the Edgar Steele Defense Fund (ESDF) will release more information when available. Mrs. Steele contacted the ESDF Board, saying she was utterly devastated by this information, and is furious that no Victorville representative contacted her in the last few days regarding his failing health and did not even call her regarding the death of her husband. It was cruel to allow the mortuary to make the call. Based on the best knowledge at hand, the following are the most likely causes of death: drug overdoses, persistently delayed, insufficient, improper medical treatment and medical neglect. The federal government and Victorville Penitentiary bears responsibility for the lives of the inmates who reside there and has refused to be accountable for the decline in Edgar Steele’s health. Some hours before Mrs. Steele was contacted by the mortuary, ESDF President Robert Magnuson received an email corroborating Ms. Steele’s concern for her husband’s health and safety that showed Mr. Steele’s health has been in a sharp decline for the past month, which fact was obscured, if not hidden by the federal government. First, Mr. Steele was the victim of a false prosecution, then he was imprisoned in the most dangerous prison health in America. Then his wife was never allowed to visit him despite a court order allowing visitation. Then, his health was compromised because of neglect, and finally, the reports came in that he had been drugged out of his mind earlier this week, which was the final blow that killed him. Call it anything else you like, but it is murder. The facts of this tragic situation will be disclosed as the information is gathered.

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Black Criminals, White Victims

It is never racial. It is not PC (politically correct) to imply any racial motivation when the criminals are black and the victims are white. Such crimes, no matter how senseless, violent, brutal, vicious, etc. are rarely reported on the jew-owned/controlled mass media. That is why most people in New York never learned of these crimes in the news. Even Internet portals like Yahoo do not carry this kind of news. If they do, the news are bleached to unrecognizable, unidentifiable pulp. They prefer to give you the latest doings of Le Bron or Kim Kardashian and her black husband. This is a summary of a horrendous crime committed by two black on five whites in Wichita, KS. This is a summary of another horrendous crime committed by four blacks against two whites. This is the infamous crime where the criminals poured bleach down the throat of the female victim! (presumably to erase traces of sperm left by the criminals from forced oral sex). The above mentioned crimes are some of the most notorious recent crimes. Black on white crime happens all too often, but racial motivation is never a consideration. Never is a black (or "hispanic") charged with a "hate" crime. Conversely, a white who commits a crime against a black or a jew, must jump through hoops to prove that his crime was for motives other than racial.

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Exclusive: Working-class whites are gloomy about future amid rising income gaps, racial shifts

Exclusive: Working-class whites are gloomy about future amid rising income gaps, racial shifts WASHINGTON — Four out of 5 U.S. adults struggle with joblessness, near-poverty or reliance on welfare for at least parts of their lives, a sign of deteriorating economic security and an elusive American dream. Survey data exclusive to The Associated Press points to an increasingly globalized U.S. economy, the widening gap between rich and poor, and the loss of good-paying manufacturing jobs as reasons for the trend. The findings come as President Barack Obama tries to renew his administration's emphasis on the economy, saying in recent speeches that his highest priority is to "rebuild ladders of opportunity" and reverse income inequality. As nonwhites approach a numerical majority in the U.S., one question is how public programs to lift the disadvantaged should be best focused — on the affirmative action that historically has tried to eliminate the racial barriers seen as the major impediment to economic equality, or simply on improving socioeconomic status for all, regardless of race. Ads by Google * Mom: $10,000 ScholarshipNo GPA, No Essay, No Stress! Apply Now. Takes Only 1 Minute. Hardship is particularly growing among whites, based on several measures. Pessimism among that racial group about their families' economic futures has climbed to the highest point since at least 1987. In the most recent AP-GfK poll, 63 percent of whites called the economy "poor." "I think it's going to get worse," said Irene Salyers, 52, of Buchanan County, Va., a declining coal region in Appalachia. Married and divorced three times, Salyers now helps run a fruit and vegetable stand with her boyfriend but it doesn't generate much income. They live mostly off government disability checks. "If you do try to go apply for a job, they're not hiring people, and they're not paying that much to even go to work," she said. Children, she said, have "nothing better to do than to get on drugs." While racial and ethnic minorities are more likely to live in poverty, race disparities in the poverty rate have narrowed substantially since the 1970s, census data show. Economic insecurity among whites also is more pervasive than is shown in the government's poverty data, engulfing more than 76 percent of white adults by the time they turn 60, according to a new economic gauge being published next year by the Oxford University Press. The gauge defines "economic insecurity" as experiencing unemployment at some point in their working lives, or a year or more of reliance on government aid such as food stamps or income below 150 percent of the poverty line. Measured across all races, the risk of economic insecurity rises to 79 percent. Marriage rates are in decline across all races, and the number of white mother-headed households living in poverty has risen to the level of black ones. Ads by Google * $19 Month - Health PlansNew 2013 Discounts. Save 55% - 75%. See If You Qualify Instantly (Free) "It's time that America comes to understand that many of the nation's biggest disparities, from education and life expectancy to poverty, are increasingly due to economic class position," said William Julius Wilson, a Harvard professor who specializes in race and poverty. He noted that despite continuing economic difficulties, minorities have more optimism about the future after Obama's election, while struggling whites do not. "There is the real possibility that white alienation will increase if steps are not taken to highlight and address inequality on a broad front," Wilson said. ___ Nationwide, the count of America's poor remains stuck at a record number: 46.2 million, or 15 percent of the population, due in part to lingering high unemployment following the recession. While poverty rates for blacks and Hispanics are nearly three times higher, by absolute numbers the predominant face of the poor is white. More than 19 million whites fall below the poverty line of $23,021 for a family of four, accounting for more than 41 percent of the nation's destitute, nearly double the number of poor blacks. Sometimes termed "the invisible poor" by demographers, lower-income whites generally are dispersed in suburbs as well as small rural towns, where more than 60 percent of the poor are white. Concentrated in Appalachia in the East, they are numerous in the industrial Midwest and spread across America's heartland, from Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma up through the Great Plains. Buchanan County, in southwest Virginia, is among the nation's most destitute based on median income, with poverty hovering at 24 percent. The county is mostly white, as are 99 percent of its poor. More than 90 percent of Buchanan County's inhabitants are working-class whites who lack a college degree. Higher education long has been seen there as nonessential to land a job because well-paying mining and related jobs were once in plentiful supply. These days many residents get by on odd jobs and government checks. Salyers' daughter, Renee Adams, 28, who grew up in the region, has two children. A jobless single mother, she relies on her live-in boyfriend's disability checks to get by. Salyers says it was tough raising her own children as it is for her daughter now, and doesn't even try to speculate what awaits her grandchildren, ages 4 and 5. Smoking a cigarette in front of the produce stand, Adams later expresses a wish that employers will look past her conviction a few years ago for distributing prescription painkillers, so she can get a job and have money to "buy the kids everything they need." "It's pretty hard," she said. "Once the bills are paid, we might have $10 to our name." ___ Census figures provide an official measure of poverty, but they're only a temporary snapshot that doesn't capture the makeup of those who cycle in and out of poverty at different points in their lives. They may be suburbanites, for example, or the working poor or the laid off. In 2011 that snapshot showed 12.6 percent of adults in their prime working-age years of 25-60 lived in poverty. But measured in terms of a person's lifetime risk, a much higher number — 4 in 10 adults — falls into poverty for at least a year of their lives. The risks of poverty also have been increasing in recent decades, particularly among people ages 35-55, coinciding with widening income inequality. For instance, people ages 35-45 had a 17 percent risk of encountering poverty during the 1969-1989 time period; that risk increased to 23 percent during the 1989-2009 period. For those ages 45-55, the risk of poverty jumped from 11.8 percent to 17.7 percent. Higher recent rates of unemployment mean the lifetime risk of experiencing economic insecurity now runs even higher: 79 percent, or 4 in 5 adults, by the time they turn 60. By race, nonwhites still have a higher risk of being economically insecure, at 90 percent. But compared with the official poverty rate, some of the biggest jumps under the newer measure are among whites, with more than 76 percent enduring periods of joblessness, life on welfare or near-poverty. By 2030, based on the current trend of widening income inequality, close to 85 percent of all working-age adults in the U.S. will experience bouts of economic insecurity. "Poverty is no longer an issue of 'them', it's an issue of 'us'," says Mark Rank, a professor at Washington University in St. Louis who calculated the numbers. "Only when poverty is thought of as a mainstream event, rather than a fringe experience that just affects blacks and Hispanics, can we really begin to build broader support for programs that lift people in need." The numbers come from Rank's analysis being published by the Oxford University Press. They are supplemented with interviews and figures provided to the AP by Tom Hirschl, a professor at Cornell University; John Iceland, a sociology professor at Penn State University; the University of New Hampshire's Carsey Institute; the Census Bureau; and the Population Reference Bureau. Among the findings: —For the first time since 1975, the number of white single-mother households living in poverty with children surpassed or equaled black ones in the past decade, spurred by job losses and faster rates of out-of-wedlock births among whites. White single-mother families in poverty stood at nearly 1.5 million in 2011, comparable to the number for blacks. Hispanic single-mother families in poverty trailed at 1.2 million. —Since 2000, the poverty rate among working-class whites has grown faster than among working-class nonwhites, rising 3 percentage points to 11 percent as the recession took a bigger toll among lower-wage workers. Still, poverty among working-class nonwhites remains higher, at 23 percent. —The share of children living in high-poverty neighborhoods — those with poverty rates of 30 percent or more — has increased to 1 in 10, putting them at higher risk of teenage pregnancy or dropping out of school. Non-Hispanic whites accounted for 17 percent of the child population in such neighborhoods, compared with 13 percent in 2000, even though the overall proportion of white children in the U.S. has been declining. The share of black children in high-poverty neighborhoods dropped from 43 percent to 37 percent, while the share of Latino children went from 38 percent to 39 percent. —Race disparities in health and education have narrowed generally since the 1960s. While residential segregation remains high, a typical black person now lives in a nonmajority black neighborhood for the first time. Previous studies have shown that wealth is a greater predictor of standardized test scores than race; the test-score gap between rich and low-income students is now nearly double the gap between blacks and whites. ___ Going back to the 1980s, never have whites been so pessimistic about their futures, according to the General Social Survey, a biannual survey conducted by NORC at the University of Chicago. Just 45 percent say their family will have a good chance of improving their economic position based on the way things are in America. The divide is especially evident among those whites who self-identify as working class. Forty-nine percent say they think their children will do better than them, compared with 67 percent of nonwhites who consider themselves working class, even though the economic plight of minorities tends to be worse. Although they are a shrinking group, working-class whites — defined as those lacking a college degree — remain the biggest demographic bloc of the working-age population. In 2012, Election Day exit polls conducted for the AP and the television networks showed working-class whites made up 36 percent of the electorate, even with a notable drop in white voter turnout. Last November, Obama won the votes of just 36 percent of those noncollege whites, the worst performance of any Democratic nominee among that group since Republican Ronald Reagan's 1984 landslide victory over Walter Mondale. Some Democratic analysts have urged renewed efforts to bring working-class whites into the political fold, calling them a potential "decisive swing voter group" if minority and youth turnout level off in future elections. "In 2016 GOP messaging will be far more focused on expressing concern for 'the middle class' and 'average Americans,'" Andrew Levison and Ruy Teixeira wrote recently in The New Republic. "They don't trust big government, but it doesn't mean they want no government," says Republican pollster Ed Goeas, who agrees that working-class whites will remain an important electoral group. His research found that many of them would support anti-poverty programs if focused broadly on job training and infrastructure investment. This past week, Obama pledged anew to help manufacturers bring jobs back to America and to create jobs in the energy sectors of wind, solar and natural gas. "They feel that politicians are giving attention to other people and not them," Goeas said.

Saturday, July 27, 2013