The Pardu

The Pardu
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Showing posts with label racists. Show all posts
Showing posts with label racists. Show all posts

Sunday, December 9, 2018

Charlottesville Conviction: Racists React



 James Alex Fields Jr. , Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail

...First Degree Murder Charlottesville, VA. white supremacist rally

...Murder Victim Heather Heyer
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And how do America's white supremacists react to the verdict?

Repost from The Southern Poverty Law Center

A day after a neo-Nazi is convicted of murder, associates of the countries oldest, most violent skinhead groups charged with hate crimes.

Travis David Condor, a member of the band Birthrite and head of hate music record label American Defense Records, was among nine people arrested at a bar in Lynwood, Washington, early Saturday morning.

The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office said in a release that the people in custody attacked a black DJ at the Rec Room Bar while shouting racial slurs at the man.

The attack came on Martyr’s Day, which marks the anniversary of the death of Robert Jay Mathews, a white supremacist who led the domestic terrorist group The Order in the mid-1980s.

Mathews died December 8, 1984, in a shootout with FBI agents on Whidbey Island, Washington, and has become a hero to the white supremacist and neo-Nazi movements.

Condor posted on his Instagram praising white supremacist terrorist Robert J. Mathews.

All were arrested at about 12:40 a.m. (Pacific Standard Time), just hours after a jury across the country in Virginia convicted 21-year-old James Alex Fields of murder for driving his car into a group of counter-protesters at the “Unite the Right” rally on

August 12, 2017.

The verdict in Fields’ case has been closely watched in the racist "alt-right" and white supremacist communities, and the guilty finding drew outrage from them online.

Condor was photographed rallying alongside members of the Hammerskin Nation and other white supremacists at the Charlottesville rally, which turned violent before being dispersed by police.

Hammerskin Nation’s western region members have been involved in violence at political rallies across 2017. “Western Hammers” were also involved with the Rise Above Movement (RAM), which participated in violence during rallies in Huntington Beach and San Bernardino, California. Members were photographed during the April 2017 Berkeley riot.

Perhaps the Hammerskins’ most infamous member is Wade Michael Page, who gunned down six worshippers in a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, in 2012. Page turned his pistol on himself after engaging first responders, including Lt. Brian Murphy, who Page shot 15 times during a shootout in the temple’s parking lot.

For years, the Hammerskins and other racist skinheads have gathered outside Seattle, Washington, to celebrate Mathews and The Order’s legacy of terrorism. Groups usually travel by ferry to Whidbey Island and take photographs near the plot of land where Mathews died during a firefight with federal law enforcement officers.

The Order is celebrated by white supremacists for its underground spree of terror, which lasted just over a year. The group ran a sophisticated counterfeiting operation, committed numerous armed robberies and netted millions of dollars. In June 1984 members of the Order murdered Alan Berg, a Jewish talk radio host from Denver who was known for his fiery debates with white supremacists who called into his show.

Condor, who praised Mathews on social media, was previously arrested in 2010 for severely beating a homeless man with metal pipes and baseball bats. The assault took place while Condor was a soldier with the 82nd Airborne Division based at Fort Bragg. He pled guilty to the charges.

Police and sheriff’s deputies said the DJ, who was not immediately identified, was taken to a nearby hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Some of his equipment was also damaged.

Condor and another man, Cory Thomas Colwell, of Eugene, Oregon, face multiple charges, including assault and malicious harassment based on race, which the state considers a hate crime. Bond on all the charges added up to $33,000 and $34,500 respectively for the two men.

Also arrested on charges of malicious harassment were:

Leah N. Northcraft, who is charged with malicious harassment based on race. Bond is set at $10,000.

Vincent Bradley Nutter, who is charged with malicious harassment based on race. Bond is set at $10,000.

Randy Smith, who is charged with malicious harassment based on race. Bond is set at $10,000.

Nathaniel L. Woodell, who is charged with malicious harassment based on race. Bond is set at $10,000.

This post has been updated for clarity.


Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Racist Harassers Cry LIke Babies (Their Parents Failed Them)

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What we have here is the product of racist parenting and racist upbringing (schools, friends, socially regressive churches).

The people just below this image proudly harassed and African-American celebrating s child's birthday in a public park with full display and brandishing their Confederate Flags atop their pickup trucks.

The two below were convicted for parading hate (a new state law) while others awaited trial.

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Now for the Texas Beach boy who harassed Muslim beach revelers with taunts of Trump.

Crying mugshot of 'racist' who can't handle being arrested over hateful tirade

Does such people not understand their lives have been shaped by parents, friends, and organization failed the early in life. 

Even though the font in the image below is a bit hard to discern, following the arrows will show the path these people traveled. The one arrow towards the lower left of the Cycle is not enacted the Cycle continues and perpetuates into future generations. See: The Stop The Cycle Arrow.

Cycle of Oppression

The crying harassers never saw the Stop The Cycle Arrow.

GETTYSBURG, PA - JULY 1:  Activists with Confederate flags gather at the Gettysburg National Military Park on July 1, 2017 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.  The U.S. park service issued protest permits for three groups, including Sons of Confederate Veterans, and Real 3% Risen, on the 154th anniversary of the battle.  (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)


Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Deplorables, Xenophobes, Racists, Bigots, et al Buoyed By Trump

Do You Have A Bit Of Time For A Racist Parade?

Yes, there are millions in America who fit Hillary Clinton's campaign characterization of "deplorable." While many felt Clinton shouldn't have made issued the comment, I diametrically disagree. If the people you observe and hear below are not called out or handled legally, the nation's deplorable: factions will proliferate, propagate and contaminate

Let's take a video journey and watch a few "deplorbales" at work.

I assume the man in this first video felt a level of comfort which is dangerous to his own health. His existential reality as a person who is physically challenged, even if temporary, may give him both the feeling no one will smack the hell of out him or a level of comfort with being emotionally disturbed with a wheelchair crutch. In any case, his racism is over the top. Yes, he is a "deplorable".

Of course, we can not assume he is a Trump deplorable as his little red cap is not visible. We can. however, assume he is not a person who is tolerant of cultures other than English speaking cultures.  as is always the case, the conservative will say, "...but you have no evidence he is a Trump deplorable."  Question: Do you think the man in the following is liberal or progressive (if you prefer) who is tolerant of people other than English speaking white people? 

The Airport Bandit Deplorable

CNN Version

The Grocery Store "Deplorable" 

She patrols the aisles with latent tendencies to seek out that which bothers her: anything based on the moment. The unfortunate situation in the following is she can feed her personal misery with racism.  Racism which probably guides ever every moment (even while dreaming) and is easily deployed in this time of Trump and his GOP. Yes, she is a "deplorable"

The "My Country" racist who is so afflicted with white privilege she can not see the ugliness of her overall being.
Racist Woman Goes Off On Spanish Worker 'i Ain't Scared Of No Sp*c, This Is My F**king Country' - FlyHeight

Yes, she is a "deplorable"

The Texas Beach Racist

While being booked..the racist often resorts to life as that of a toddler. during his intoxicated rants replete with racist instincts he harassed the Arabic beach goers with railings about Donald Trump. I guess Trump didn't help him through his booking moments. 

Yes, he is a "deplorable"

Wish someone would develop an insecticide for this garbage. Seeing too many of them. Put them asleep on contact and dissolve their little hats.

Washington Post backstory: Link.
Yes, he is a "deplorable"

Racist Party Harassers

The 2016 Georgia truck and flag harassers of a black family in a public park celebrating a little boy's 8th birthday. What comes next is the level of ignorance imbued in racism and how it can via laws in some states lead to prison sentences. The husband and wife in the next act of deplorable America fell victim to Georgia's Street Gang Act.  

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Watching the two people agonize and suffer through sentencing may have touched you, garnered empathy and may have brought forth sympathy towards their plight. Well, actions at times have equal, and often more, substantial reactions.

Yes, Hillary Clinton referred to them as "deplorable." Of course not all Trump voter are deplorable by any measure, but we are seeing the "D" ones as each week passes.

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Tom Robinson To All Anti-Racists...

If you are not active in combating racism, you are in fact an enabler! If yo are active in the fight, You are our heroes. ~The Pardu

I need to share something with you Folks.

It is my response to a friend, a good friend who over the last couple of years continues to insist that racism is getting better, This friend has a good heart and does not mean any harm and is entitled to his opinion, but I believe that he and many like him are making the same mistake by encouraging others to lower their guard because they feel that the battle for equality is waning and not as justifiable as it has been in the past.

We've had this conversation before where you insist that racism is dying out... How would you know, are you Black, have you ever experienced it before? On one hand you say that it is worse than ever; more vicious and more strident than ever before; on the the other you say that it is dying out. With respect, I am afraid that you and many others are engaging in wishful thinking and to take it a step further; " cognitive dissonance."

Unfortunately so many people; White people still refuse to listen to what Black people are saying to them, they relegate our "actual, daily experiences" to someplace beneath their opinions, which is a continuation of the parochial arrogance that has always been displayed towards African Americans... It is disrespectful and it wrong."

As one Black American, among the majority of Black Americans who experience's racism on a daily basis, as it is systemic and incorporated into our culture, I implore you not to lay down your arms as the battle is just heating up and if you look at what is happening in our society, especially among our political " leaders," and the blatant and obvious racism, you know that we are right.

Every time you push that narrative, you give the apathetic permission to be even more complacent. Racism will never be eradicated, unless "all hands are on deck" and not resting in their comfort zones. >The new racism: The denial of racism in our culture can be seen as a new form of racism, spurred by the apathetic oblivion in which many people reside.


Tom ~

Thursday, April 11, 2013

The Daily GOP Ignominious: Rand Paul Visits Howard University

U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) addresses a breakfast meeting.
Sen. Rand Paul 
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I thought of writing a detailed screed about Rand Paul's visit the the predominantly black Howard University.  My thoughts about Paul's visit  wore thin like  a favorite doubled scoped ice flavor in 100 degree heat.  The purchase of the double scope was as ridiculous as not factor-in the forecast temperature. wasting time on a detailed screed about Rand Paul and his visit the Howard would be a silly as purchasing that favorite ice cream flavor the day after his campus visit.

Paul made his attentions to run for the GOP presidential nomination quite plain in early 2013. You may have noticed Paul grew very very quiet as his racist father sought the GOP nomination to run against President Obama.  Paul Newsletters; 10 Quotes That Make Ron Paul Sound Racist; This Is How We Feed Animals.....; In the company of white supremacists (2007 image)

Ron Paul with former American Nazi Party member and current KKK Grand 
Wizard and webmaster, Don Black at the Values Voter
Presidential Candidate Debate in Fort Lauderdale, September 17, 2007: 
you can match the tie and shirt. Of course he’s not racist. He just takes 
their money
In fairness, I have read that Don Black no longer serves in the stated role of Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan. 

Yes, I am writing about Rand Paul here, not ron Paul. Questions, "How far of an apple did you fall from your parents upbringing tree?"  Children and young people who grow-up in an environment rich with racism (black of white racism)  will certainly have bigotry and racism as a basis for the rest of their lives.  Unless, and of course, the young person reaches-out for or circumstantially experiences an intervention. 

Rand Paul has not experienced any such intervention regarding issues of race, Civil Rights and or Human Rights.  

The Raw Story and Rachel Maddow video

“Rand Paul saying at Howard University today he never questioned the Civil Rights Act is not true,” she concluded, “and it’s not true on tape, as the moderator noted today at Howard. It’s one thing to have a sketchy record on racial discrimination you don’t want to defend, it’s another to think you can get away with flat-out lying about it. If you’re a U.S. Senator, you’re Google-able and people are going to Google you so they will know it when you lie to their faces.”

Is Paul's campaign going to wallow in false premise appearances wrought with lies and insulting condensations?   Does the racist candidate truly believe, as many in the GOP believe,  outreach into the black community will be a cakewalk if accompanied by overwhelming insults, lies and audaciousness and poor judgment comparable to slapping a lion cub with Papa Lion standing within paw reach?  

Paul underestimates the intellect of his audience by rolling-out that tired old refrain from the GOP, "Don't you know that republicans freed the slaves;  don't you know early supporters of the GOP were republican."  Oh, how trite and insulting!  I don't believe Rand Paul was crass enough to use the Martin Luther King, refrain along with his standard drivel.

  .....AND THE BAND PLAYS ON....