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Friends, Students Mourn Loss Of Lafayette Teacher Killed In Berkeley Double Stabbing
By NEWS24-680 – Jan 8, 2017 3156 14

Friends of Lafayette’s Sienna Ranch were reeling Sunday night with the news that a popular local teacher had been killed during an apparent knife attack in Berkeley Friday.

Berkeley police have yet to officially identify the young woman found dead in an Ashby Avenue home but a notice issued by Sienna Ranch over the weekend confirmed that she was Emilie Inman, the school’s 5th-6th Middle School science instructor.

A UC Berkeley student wanted in connection with the homicide, as well as an apparently related stabbing that sent another young woman to the hospital, is reportedly in custody, according to police and news site Berkeleyside.

Police identified the wanted person as 22-year-old Pablo Gomez Jr. of North Hollywood, a gender neutral campus activist studying “Chicanx/Latinx Studies” according to Gomez Jr.’s Facebook page – the “x” usage employed to avoid gender identification.

Gov. Brown, Steyer, and they

A friend who contacted Berkeleyside said Gomez Jr. uses the pronoun “they” and was a committed community activist.

Facebook posting by they

Inman’s body was located at a house in the 2400 block of Ashby Avenue. It was located after a woman who said she had been stabbed at an unknown location earlier in the day somehow made it to the 2600 block of Ridge Road north of the UC Berkeley campus – flagging down a passing motorist for help.

Screenshot 2017-01-09 20.27.49Posts and contact from friends of the victims theorized that there was an initial violent contact between Gomez and the as-yet unidentified first victim with Gomez then traveling to the Ashby Avenue home to confront a second acquaintance who had moved out a year earlier.

Inman, who was reportedly studying inside when Gomez arrived, was reportedly stabbed at the front door of the residence. She apparently did not know her attacker.

The murder victim had been studying to get her credential as a Waldorf teacher.

Friends said Inman knew Gomez Jr., who posted about queer, transgender, and other issues such as police brutality and the media’s portrayal of minorities.

A short bio on Twitter reads “nonbinary, pan xicanx who loves dr pepper.” Gomez Jr. grew up in Los Angeles, attending Van Nuys High School.

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While the relationship between Inman and Gomez Jr. remains a matter of investigation, the youthful teacher’s impact on the family-owned Sienna Ranch was not in doubt.

“The email said she’s dead,” one Orinda parent wrote Sunday. “I’m in shock. She taught SO MANY Lafayette kids… she taught my son.”

Sienna Ranch is a 21-acre ranch in Lafayette, its owners and team of teachers stressing environmental education and learning through art and discovery.

They’ve got they locked up in the psych ward at the L.A. County jail for evaluation.

What are the chances that they was pushed over the edge into homicidal rage by the Trump Derangement Syndrome and Anti-White Hate promoted by respectable media and authority figures?

P.S., Here’s they’s Twitter and Tumblr.

 
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  1. I thought the poor woman looked familiar! I used to buy fresh eggs from Sienna Ranch. I remember Ms. Inman now. Seemed like a really sweet person.

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    • Replies: @Prof. Woland
    I live two miles away from the Sienna Ranch and drive right by it twice a day at least to go to work another mile down the road. That is very close to home.
    , @Neoconned
    I don't buy the story this dolly do-getter didn't know the crazy Latino tranny psycho.

    Probably either dated him pre mental breakdown and/or was his "friend" & either did drugs w him and or was his confidant.

    Women like that goofy "heart to heart" shit learning about everybody's dramaand being nosy busybodies.

    Like Whiskey puts it, she was a "nice white lady" & this psycho probably made her tingle.
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  2. Oh for God’s sake.

    I swear someone should see how many of the activists have severe mental illnesses.

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  3. “Was They’s Murder of a Berkeley Schoolteacher a Hate Crime?”

    The FBI will classify it as a White on White murder, so officially it will not be a hate crime. However if the roles were reversed and the Blanquita had murdered the Brown El Salvadorian Homo than it would have been a White on Hispanic hate crime murder, as well as a Hetero on Homo hate crime murder.

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    • Replies: @AndrewR
    We don't know if he was a homo. Just because he was "non-binary" doesn't mean he wasn't 'bout the poon.
    , @RW
    Jefferson, the FBI stopped the one-way classification in 2015. Source? Don't recall, but I remember thinking it was reliable.
    , @Bernie
    You are obviously unaware of the hate crime rule. When a white is attacked and/or killed because of his/her race you can have a dead body and a video but it is still not racism or a hate crime. At some point it may not even be a crime.

    When a black or Muslim activist finds racist graffiti or anonymous notes (in their own handwriting) it is automatically racism despite zero evidence or videos showing a white culprit.
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  4. Putting the hate crime probability at 50-60%.
    After all, he did articulate a need to “transform every structure poisoned by toxic whiteness…”

    This guy was clearly grasping for a higher level of victim, oppressed minority status. Perhaps his jealousy that Mestizos are not as institutionally sainted as Blacks was a trigger.

    Expect his story and any testimony to be scrubbed (or sealed) for conformance to the Narrative, so we may never know. Stockholm Syndrome is strong in the Bay area, so there will likely be a Merkelesque level of self-incrimination in the community, even by the victim’s parents.

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    • Replies: @PSR
    C'mon, the possibility of 'hate crime' prosecution is less than .001%
    , @Jefferson
    "Perhaps his jealousy that Mestizos are not as institutionally sainted as Blacks was a trigger."

    If that was what triggered him he would have taken out his violent anger on a Black person, not a White person.
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  5. They was probably nuts anyway, honestly…

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  6. They is 5 foot 6 inches tall and 110 pounds. I think more likely he was rejected by women, and was “queer” as an alternative to being incel. I bet he either made moves on her, or had a Supreme Gentleman narrative playing inside his head. I mean not even those hippy girls like short skinny-fat mentally ill hispanic guys.

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    • Replies: @Ripple Earthdevil
    It's not clear that "they" knew the victim, who may have been in the wrong place at the wrong time:

    "According to a post on neighborhood social network Nextdoor by a woman who had spoken with the family, “The suspect knew his initial victim (the woman who is still alive). After attacking her, he went to the house on Ashby thinking that an old friend/acquaintance still lived there. She had moved out over a year ago but the unfortunate second victim (who was killed) was there, studying.… She answered the door and the rest is history.”

    If there exist "hate crimes" does that mean others are "love crimes" or "emotionally neutral crimes?"
    , @biz
    This definitely has some similar tones to that murderous rampage episode by, what was his name, Elliot Rogers, another scrawny loser who was obsessed with hot blonde women and his inability to get them.
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  7. Somewhat on this topic:

    https://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20170109/andersonville/prysm-transgender-discrimination-customer-denied-entry

    “As Graber left, they saw a person named Jazmine, who is agender and also uses “they” and “them” pronouns. Graber, Lux and Jazmine spoke and left to go to a LGBTQ-friendly club in Lakeview.”

    Agender? What is that?

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    • Replies: @Alec Leamas
    How does one refer to two or more They (for example, Pablo and Jazmine) collectively as the subject of a sentence?
    , @The Plutonium Kid

    Agender? What is that?
     
    Lacking gender completely. Sometimes called gender fluid. Always asinine.
    , @SteveRogers42
    It's a mental illness.
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  8. It was almost certainly a hate crime.

    What else could it be?

    I’d be surprised if it was prosecuted as one.

    Far more whites are killed by blacks and mestizos than the other way around; but attacks on whites are rarely called hate crimes.

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  9. This article is crazy-ville:

    “Inman, who was reportedly studying inside when Gomez arrived, was reportedly stabbed at the front door of the residence. She apparently did not know her attacker.

    Friends said Inman knew Gomez Jr., who posted about queer, transgender, and other issues such as police brutality and the media’s portrayal of minorities.”

    I guess all we know for sure is they liked Dr. Pepper. They will buy a lot in the prison canteen.

    Whether or not Inman knew her assailant(s) will be shrouded behind a fog of PC nomenclature.

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  10. “They’ve got they locked up in the psych ward at the L.A. County jail for evaluation”

    Now that’s funny.

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    What worries me is that if They is declared not guilty by reason of insanity, all the rest of the Left will be immune from prosecution for the same reason.

    I mean the Left is already immune from hate crimes while the Right is always guilty of thought crimes, but if insane Leftist talking points make Leftists criminally non-culpable, the blanket immunity for the Left would make them the ultimate protected class.
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  11. @Chris Connolly
    They is 5 foot 6 inches tall and 110 pounds. I think more likely he was rejected by women, and was "queer" as an alternative to being incel. I bet he either made moves on her, or had a Supreme Gentleman narrative playing inside his head. I mean not even those hippy girls like short skinny-fat mentally ill hispanic guys.

    It’s not clear that “they” knew the victim, who may have been in the wrong place at the wrong time:

    “According to a post on neighborhood social network Nextdoor by a woman who had spoken with the family, “The suspect knew his initial victim (the woman who is still alive). After attacking her, he went to the house on Ashby thinking that an old friend/acquaintance still lived there. She had moved out over a year ago but the unfortunate second victim (who was killed) was there, studying.… She answered the door and the rest is history.”

    If there exist “hate crimes” does that mean others are “love crimes” or “emotionally neutral crimes?”

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    If there exist “hate crimes” does that mean others are “love crimes” or “emotionally neutral crimes?”
     
    Yes: "crimes of passion" and "cold-blooded murder."
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  12. This news story makes even less sense than the usual news story:

    She [Inman] apparently did not know her attacker.

    [Next sentence:]

    Friends said Inman knew Gomez Jr.,

    Which is it?

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    • Replies: @gg
    I read those two lines and was saying the exact same thing to my husband just a few minutes ago.
    , @candid_observer

    This news story makes even less sense than the usual news story:

    She [Inman] apparently did not know her attacker.

    [Next sentence:]

    Friends said Inman knew Gomez Jr.,

    Which is it?
     
    I conclude that Inman knew him, but didn't know they.
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  13. @CrunchybutRealistCon
    Putting the hate crime probability at 50-60%.
    After all, he did articulate a need to "transform every structure poisoned by toxic whiteness..."

    This guy was clearly grasping for a higher level of victim, oppressed minority status. Perhaps his jealousy that Mestizos are not as institutionally sainted as Blacks was a trigger.

    Expect his story and any testimony to be scrubbed (or sealed) for conformance to the Narrative, so we may never know. Stockholm Syndrome is strong in the Bay area, so there will likely be a Merkelesque level of self-incrimination in the community, even by the victim's parents.

    C’mon, the possibility of ‘hate crime’ prosecution is less than .001%

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    • Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon
    I speak in reality-wishing terms, in a fantasy world of an even handed police & judiciary. Of course, the investigation will be massaged to sustain the Libtard world view.

    Nothing to see here, run along now
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  14. Henceforth, I am ‘we’.

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  15. Chris Connolly is almost certainly correct. Stabbing is a very personal thing; its not just randomly firing a gun at random people.

    I will note that killing fertile young females, particularly attractive ones, is the standard mode of a foreign people intent on wiping out another; see the Palestinian Truck driver who ran over four Israeli reservist girls in Jerusalem the other day; the rapes in Cologne and Vienna; the rape-murder of the young White girl in Berlin by an Afghan Rapefugee.

    This is more of the same, and it is imperative for White girls and women to know the score. That “friendly” trans-gender-racial whatever and poor rapefugee is just as likely to go all OJ on them as well, OJ.

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    • Replies: @A Reader From Chicago
    I think women sense this. I read some where that Trump got 51 percent of the white women's vote.
    If true, this is an interesting fact. Trump's opponent was a white woman, and Trump is perceived by some, whether rightly or wrongly, as being disrespectful to women.

    My theory is that the 51 percent of white women sense Trump as an Alpha Male protector against the invading barbarians.
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    The wit and wisdom of Pablo Gomez Jr (aka "They") :

    "The United States is a violent white supremacist settler empire whose only fate is annihilation "

    And Ron Unz wonders why genuine patriots are worried about Hispanic immigration to the USA.....
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  17. Thanks for covering this crime. It is very rustling and just the sort of tragedy conveniently ignored by the MSM.

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  18. This weird “zir” or “zhe” crap was presaged many years ago in male homosexual culture by the use of “she” for an effeminate male… oh, go listen to some old David Bowie records, for example.

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  19. They seemed more anti-”anti-black” than actually anti-white. Either way, they was crazy.

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  20. @Chris Connolly
    They is 5 foot 6 inches tall and 110 pounds. I think more likely he was rejected by women, and was "queer" as an alternative to being incel. I bet he either made moves on her, or had a Supreme Gentleman narrative playing inside his head. I mean not even those hippy girls like short skinny-fat mentally ill hispanic guys.

    This definitely has some similar tones to that murderous rampage episode by, what was his name, Elliot Rogers, another scrawny loser who was obsessed with hot blonde women and his inability to get them.

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    That's my read on it as well, I don't think it's any coincidence that both of his victims were women. Evidently he bore some kind of grudge and that is why he attacked them. In the case of Emilie, it's unclear whether he knew her or not, if he did, it's not too hard to imagine the scenario.

    Here's a video of her trying for the blue eyed soul sound: not a bad voice.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03jP4IROs3s

    Here's the article containing that link:

    http://www.berkeleyside.com/2017/01/09/emilie-inman-named-berkeley-homicide-victim/

    Rest in Peace.
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  21. @Jefferson
    "Was They's Murder of a Berkeley Schoolteacher a Hate Crime?"

    The FBI will classify it as a White on White murder, so officially it will not be a hate crime. However if the roles were reversed and the Blanquita had murdered the Brown El Salvadorian Homo than it would have been a White on Hispanic hate crime murder, as well as a Hetero on Homo hate crime murder.

    We don’t know if he was a homo. Just because he was “non-binary” doesn’t mean he wasn’t ’bout the poon.

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    • Replies: @Anonymous Nephew
    His tumblr features plenty of female portraits as well as some Mapplethorpeish pics of muscled black guys.
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  22. They, their and them. But who and whom?

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  23. I appreciate that this is considered an impolite query in the littoral USA, but nevertheless I would appreciate some clarity on whether “they” have a dick?

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    ... I would appreciate some clarity on whether “they” have a dick?
     
    Yes, They does. They is obviously a very disturbed person, and progressive ideology did much to help Them rationalize Their mental illness. However, They isn't disturbed enough to relieve Them of legal responsibility for Their actions.
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  25. Could it be that the whole “they” story was concocted by some Pepefan?

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  26. @Jack D
    This news story makes even less sense than the usual news story:

    She [Inman] apparently did not know her attacker.

    [Next sentence:]

    Friends said Inman knew Gomez Jr.,
     
    Which is it?

    I read those two lines and was saying the exact same thing to my husband just a few minutes ago.

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  27. @Yak-15
    Somewhat on this topic:

    https://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20170109/andersonville/prysm-transgender-discrimination-customer-denied-entry

    "As Graber left, they saw a person named Jazmine, who is agender and also uses "they" and "them" pronouns. Graber, Lux and Jazmine spoke and left to go to a LGBTQ-friendly club in Lakeview."

    Agender? What is that?

    How does one refer to two or more They (for example, Pablo and Jazmine) collectively as the subject of a sentence?

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    theyx, of course
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  28. “Cisheteropatriarchy”? You’ve got to hand it to SJWs. They’re making portmanteu quite the art form.

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    Isn't it all just newspeak?
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  29. As Derb writes in his current essay here,

    http://www.unz.com/jderbyshire/racial-gang-attacks-why-wont-the-msm-tell-us-the-numbers/

    this is what happens when we keep stoking anti-white anger on the left side of the bell curve.

    They be mad at us because we be tellin’ they to be.

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  30. @Yak-15
    Somewhat on this topic:

    https://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20170109/andersonville/prysm-transgender-discrimination-customer-denied-entry

    "As Graber left, they saw a person named Jazmine, who is agender and also uses "they" and "them" pronouns. Graber, Lux and Jazmine spoke and left to go to a LGBTQ-friendly club in Lakeview."

    Agender? What is that?

    Agender? What is that?

    Lacking gender completely. Sometimes called gender fluid. Always asinine.

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  31. Nothing demonstrates your opposition to violence, colonialism, imperialism, and the “extrajudicial murder of black people” like killing someone, eh?

    Well, at least I guess it’s a good thing that California has such strict gun control laws, because otherwise maybe the Hispanic tranny would have shot the white hippie chick instead of stabbing her. And if he had shot her, then she’d be deader than she is.

    See how much sense left-wing logic makes?

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    What the fuck is wrong with you commenting stuff like that? That hippie chick is someone's daughter! She was a beautiful person who lost her life because of some freak trying to prove that black life's matter! (Black life's do matter, and so do white life's) Have some couth asshole!
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  32. @Holden Mcgroin Jr.
    I appreciate that this is considered an impolite query in the littoral USA, but nevertheless I would appreciate some clarity on whether "they" have a dick?

    … I would appreciate some clarity on whether “they” have a dick?

    Yes, They does. They is obviously a very disturbed person, and progressive ideology did much to help Them rationalize Their mental illness. However, They isn’t disturbed enough to relieve Them of legal responsibility for Their actions.

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  33. What is the Prog line on this?

    Do they refer to this guy as ‘they’ or ‘he’ or ‘she’?

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    What is the Prog line on this?

    Do they refer to this guy as ‘they’ or ‘he’ or ‘she’?
     

    No, "they " is not the accepted progressive etiquette. "Ze" instead of "he" or "she" seems to be the in-thing.
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  34. @Jack D
    This news story makes even less sense than the usual news story:

    She [Inman] apparently did not know her attacker.

    [Next sentence:]

    Friends said Inman knew Gomez Jr.,
     
    Which is it?

    This news story makes even less sense than the usual news story:

    She [Inman] apparently did not know her attacker.

    [Next sentence:]

    Friends said Inman knew Gomez Jr.,

    Which is it?

    I conclude that Inman knew him, but didn’t know they.

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    • Replies: @TheJester
    My thoughts exactly: Inman might have known Gomez but she did not know "they".

    Shape shifting personalities are central to the left's theory of the "intersectional personality". You pick and choose the qualities that define you and your politics from a long pick list ... which might be different to the qualities that define you and your politics tomorrow. "Who are you?" "I don't know. What day is it?"

    That reminds me of someone I once knew who told me he was not responsible for his student loans because he was "no longer the person who signed for them".

    Reference another post: Apparently Gomez is in a psychiatric ward awaiting evaluation. Question: Are Cultural Marxists and others suffering from "intersectional oppression" all somewhat insane? If so, are they responsible for their (mis)behaviors ... or, can they all claim the insanity defense for their anti-social behaviors?

    I don't believe society has ever been faced with so many insane people with such a loose connection with reality before. Difficult to know how to deal with it.
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  35. This reminds me of the time a little kid was teaching me about the heinous scope of internet death threats these days, given the fact that the big names who invite them get them so they must be universal. But like most little kids he couldn’t read very well, and when I tried to talk to him like a little kid he thought I was crazy, and called me a name him and his little buddies invented and then told everyone that I’m not in his little name calling club. I thought it was adorable but I’m pretty sure his little club is sick and serving the devil accidentally or not, because when you constantly restate that women want to be raped, probably you are the disease that sees women getting internet rape threats in abundance.

    But I was thinking about starting my own club because I’m pretty sure this “they” was a creation of Tim Wise if only indirectly, and my club would get spit-fire black dudes to tell Tim Wise that he’s playing with black magic and better start wearing his name unless he wants to see how far the talk can go before they get scared. Because one thing I know about black dudes, they are more alive to rhetorical passion than anyone else, and when it truly empowers them, that’s how championships are won. The lot of them just haven’t heard from the race of kings and poets that shook an empire with speeches from the dock.

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  36. Definitely a hate crime. The alt-pronouned harbor inconsolable resentment against the cis-pronouned.

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  37. Obama’s legacy. This and ambush shootings of cops by blacks.

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  38. “anti-black cisheteropatriarchy”

    Just when you think that you’ve reached the bottom of the abyss…..

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    Nope...the newest iteration adds yet another qualifier..

    the anti-black ANGLOwhitecisheteropatriarchy

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  39. @Johnny Smoggins
    "They’ve got they locked up in the psych ward at the L.A. County jail for evaluation"

    Now that's funny.

    What worries me is that if They is declared not guilty by reason of insanity, all the rest of the Left will be immune from prosecution for the same reason.

    I mean the Left is already immune from hate crimes while the Right is always guilty of thought crimes, but if insane Leftist talking points make Leftists criminally non-culpable, the blanket immunity for the Left would make them the ultimate protected class.

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  40. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/chuckrossdc/status/818118574053228545

    https://twitter.com/28ShermanSOBL1/status/818119059212500994

    The wit and wisdom of Pablo Gomez Jr (aka “They”) :

    “The United States is a violent white supremacist settler empire whose only fate is annihilation ”

    And Ron Unz wonders why genuine patriots are worried about Hispanic immigration to the USA…..

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    • Replies: @SPMoore8
    To be fair, he looks like a tormented Yaqui who can't get any. "I don't have to show you any stinking pronouns!''

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqomZQMZQCQ
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  41. @PSR
    C'mon, the possibility of 'hate crime' prosecution is less than .001%

    I speak in reality-wishing terms, in a fantasy world of an even handed police & judiciary. Of course, the investigation will be massaged to sustain the Libtard world view.

    Nothing to see here, run along now

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  43. @Alec Leamas
    How does one refer to two or more They (for example, Pablo and Jazmine) collectively as the subject of a sentence?

    theyx, of course

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  44. Not crazy: Evil. Like Charles Manson’s “family,” who wanted to provoke “Helter Skelter,” a violent race war.

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    "Not crazy: Evil. Like Charles Manson’s “family,” who wanted to provoke “Helter Skelter,” a violent race war."

    Pablo Gomez is the Hispanic Charles Manson.
    , @syonredux

    Not crazy: Evil. Like Charles Manson’s “family,” who wanted to provoke “Helter Skelter,” a violent race war.
     
    Anti-Anglo hatred has deep roots in Mexico:

    THE PLAN OF SAN DIEGO

    The plan called for things such as "the killing of all adult Anglo males in the Southwestern states" and the "return of land to Native Americans", but was exposed before it could be fully executed. Although there was no uprising, there were raids into Texas that began in July 1915. The raids were countered by Texas Rangers, the U.S. Army and local self-defense groups. In total, 30 raids into Texas destroyed large amounts of property and killed 21 Americans.[1] It is not known who was responsible for drafting the Plan of San Diego, but there are theories that Mexican revolutionary leaders took part in sponsoring the plan.
     

    Declaring the creation of a Liberating Army of Races and Peoples, the Plan of San Diego called for the recruitment of Mexican nationals, African Americans, indigenous Native Americans and Mexican Americans to rebel against the U.S.[1] The central goal of the plan was to "free Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, and Colorado from U.S. control" (see Reconquista).[3] These states would become an independent republic that in the future could be reunited with Mexico. To the north, rebels hoped to conquer other U.S. states to produce a buffer zone between the United States and Mexico.
    The appointed start date of the Plan of San Diego was February 20, 1915. It called for the execution of all white Anglo-American men over the age of sixteen; only the elderly, women, and children would be spared.[2] Also executed would be Mexican American sympathizers who refused to participate in the plan.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plan_of_San_Diego
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  45. @CrunchybutRealistCon
    Putting the hate crime probability at 50-60%.
    After all, he did articulate a need to "transform every structure poisoned by toxic whiteness..."

    This guy was clearly grasping for a higher level of victim, oppressed minority status. Perhaps his jealousy that Mestizos are not as institutionally sainted as Blacks was a trigger.

    Expect his story and any testimony to be scrubbed (or sealed) for conformance to the Narrative, so we may never know. Stockholm Syndrome is strong in the Bay area, so there will likely be a Merkelesque level of self-incrimination in the community, even by the victim's parents.

    “Perhaps his jealousy that Mestizos are not as institutionally sainted as Blacks was a trigger.”

    If that was what triggered him he would have taken out his violent anger on a Black person, not a White person.

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    “Perhaps his jealousy that Mestizos are not as institutionally sainted as Blacks was a trigger.”

    If that was what triggered him he would have taken out his violent anger on a Black person, not a White person.
     
    Killing Blacks would have gone against his SJW training, though.....But killing Whites is doubleplusgood....So a case of psychological transference?
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  46. @Whiskey
    Chris Connolly is almost certainly correct. Stabbing is a very personal thing; its not just randomly firing a gun at random people.

    I will note that killing fertile young females, particularly attractive ones, is the standard mode of a foreign people intent on wiping out another; see the Palestinian Truck driver who ran over four Israeli reservist girls in Jerusalem the other day; the rapes in Cologne and Vienna; the rape-murder of the young White girl in Berlin by an Afghan Rapefugee.

    This is more of the same, and it is imperative for White girls and women to know the score. That "friendly" trans-gender-racial whatever and poor rapefugee is just as likely to go all OJ on them as well, OJ.

    I think women sense this. I read some where that Trump got 51 percent of the white women’s vote.
    If true, this is an interesting fact. Trump’s opponent was a white woman, and Trump is perceived by some, whether rightly or wrongly, as being disrespectful to women.

    My theory is that the 51 percent of white women sense Trump as an Alpha Male protector against the invading barbarians.

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  47. OT: Hate Hoax Number 247.

    “We don’t tip black people, note to Virginia waitress said”

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-38561883

    The note literally said:

    “great service don’t tip black people”

    She couldn’t help having her fictional racists praise her before she uploaded it to social media…

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    This is near the town where I live. I went to a local blog to comment but a heartening number of responses already mentioned that it is likely a hoax. My white neighbors are SWPL types to a man - so that tells me less and less people are fooled by black and Muslim hoaxers.
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  48. OT:

    After publishing high-profile fake news articles, Washington Post calls for people to stop using “Fake News”:

    “It’s time to retire the tainted term ‘fake news’”

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    Hoisted with their own petard, gotta love it. First comment I read, after switching the filter from popular -> latest (always do this)

    "Oh what great 4+4 TRUMPIAN YEARS it's gonna be!! MSM, um, #FakeMedia, thought #FakeNews was their own cudgel to beat the Conservatives, THE DEPLORABLES, with, until the great unwashed stole it, and made it GREAT AGAIN! Now, leftists msm #FakeReporters hate the term #FakeNews and want it stopped!! LOLOLOL!! Can it get anymore delicious than that, and it's not even Jan. 20th yet?!"
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  49. @Anon
    What is the Prog line on this?

    Do they refer to this guy as 'they' or 'he' or 'she'?

    What is the Prog line on this?

    Do they refer to this guy as ‘they’ or ‘he’ or ‘she’?

    No, “they ” is not the accepted progressive etiquette. “Ze” instead of “he” or “she” seems to be the in-thing.

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  50. @biz
    This definitely has some similar tones to that murderous rampage episode by, what was his name, Elliot Rogers, another scrawny loser who was obsessed with hot blonde women and his inability to get them.

    That’s my read on it as well, I don’t think it’s any coincidence that both of his victims were women. Evidently he bore some kind of grudge and that is why he attacked them. In the case of Emilie, it’s unclear whether he knew her or not, if he did, it’s not too hard to imagine the scenario.

    Here’s a video of her trying for the blue eyed soul sound: not a bad voice.

    Here’s the article containing that link:

    http://www.berkeleyside.com/2017/01/09/emilie-inman-named-berkeley-homicide-victim/

    Rest in Peace.

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  51. @syonredux
    The wit and wisdom of Pablo Gomez Jr (aka "They") :

    "The United States is a violent white supremacist settler empire whose only fate is annihilation "

    And Ron Unz wonders why genuine patriots are worried about Hispanic immigration to the USA.....

    To be fair, he looks like a tormented Yaqui who can’t get any. “I don’t have to show you any stinking pronouns!”

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    "To be fair, he looks like a tormented Yaqui who can’t get any. “I don’t have to show you any stinking pronouns!”

    I notice that in the dating scene Caribbean Hispanic men on average fare better than Mexican and Central American Hispanic men when it comes to courting White women. Caribbean Hispanic men have more swag.

    , @syonredux
    Yeah, but the great majority of Hispanics immigrating to the USA from Mexico and Central America are largely Amerind in terms of ancestry.....making "They" pretty close to the racial norm....
    , @Buffalo Joe
    SP, Love that movie and I would like to know what the casting call said when they were casting the outlaws, scary looking dudes.
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  52. Every paranoiac has known for a long time that “they” have always been out to get them. Someone who self-identifies as “they” – it should have been a red flag to stay away. Alas, no one listens to the ravings of the paranoid.

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  53. @Francis G.
    I thought the poor woman looked familiar! I used to buy fresh eggs from Sienna Ranch. I remember Ms. Inman now. Seemed like a really sweet person.

    I live two miles away from the Sienna Ranch and drive right by it twice a day at least to go to work another mile down the road. That is very close to home.

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    Even closer to home was a murder many years ago two blocks from the house I grew up in: an 11-year-old girl who was raped and strangled in a wooded creek by the side of the road. My sister, who was 13 at the time, had walked by that very same spot just an hour before the little girl was murdered. (The murder remained unsolved for years until cold-case detectives linked DNA evidence to a black man who had recently died in prison of natural causes while serving a life sentence for the rape and murder of another woman. Further DNA evidence linked him to half a dozen other murders in the Bay Area, almost all of them women.)
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  54. @Fran Macadam
    Not crazy: Evil. Like Charles Manson's "family," who wanted to provoke "Helter Skelter," a violent race war.

    “Not crazy: Evil. Like Charles Manson’s “family,” who wanted to provoke “Helter Skelter,” a violent race war.”

    Pablo Gomez is the Hispanic Charles Manson.

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    There's a picture of "them" at one of those Gorebull Warning conferences of him with Jerry Brown and Tom Steyer. Makes me think of how San Francisco politicians cozied up to Jim Jones.
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  55. Perhaps some very clever/enterprising person could find out his SAT score — or an outraged employee in UC admissions will leak it.

    OT

    Judge: San Francisco Can’t Be Sued Over Death By Immigrant

    San Francisco cannot be held liable for a slaying by a man who was in the country illegally and had been released by sheriff’s officials despite a request by immigration officials to keep him behind bars, a federal judge said.

    A word is missing from the title — can you figure out which one?

    Also:

    California funds 1st US inmate sex reassignment

    A 57-year-old convicted killer serving a life sentence in California became the first U.S. inmate to receive state-funded sex-reassignment surgery, the prisoner’s attorneys confirmed Friday to The Associated Press.

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  56. @SPMoore8
    To be fair, he looks like a tormented Yaqui who can't get any. "I don't have to show you any stinking pronouns!''

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqomZQMZQCQ

    “To be fair, he looks like a tormented Yaqui who can’t get any. “I don’t have to show you any stinking pronouns!”

    I notice that in the dating scene Caribbean Hispanic men on average fare better than Mexican and Central American Hispanic men when it comes to courting White women. Caribbean Hispanic men have more swag.

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    More African ancestry I would think.
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  57. @Jefferson
    "Perhaps his jealousy that Mestizos are not as institutionally sainted as Blacks was a trigger."

    If that was what triggered him he would have taken out his violent anger on a Black person, not a White person.

    “Perhaps his jealousy that Mestizos are not as institutionally sainted as Blacks was a trigger.”

    If that was what triggered him he would have taken out his violent anger on a Black person, not a White person.

    Killing Blacks would have gone against his SJW training, though…..But killing Whites is doubleplusgood….So a case of psychological transference?

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    Displaced (or redirected) aggression is the actual technical term.
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  58. Off-topic/Bragging Rights.

    In this thread,

    http://www.unz.com/isteve/the-trump-bannon-great-lakes-high-speed-rail-line/#comment-1658519

    I predicted:

    now that Trump is recommending big spending on infrastructure, Krugman will soon modify his position and denounce Trump.

    I see 3 possibilities:

    1. We have now exited the liquidity trap even though interest rates remain very low.
    2. We are now at full employment even though inflation is not noticeably rising.
    3. Spending would be irresponsible because the Fed needs to raise interest rates to get out of the liquidity trap:

    Krugman has selected option 2:

    these predictions were always conditional, applying only to an economy far from full employment. That was the kind of economy President Obama inherited; but the Trump-Putin administration will, instead, come into power at a time when full employment has been more or less restored.

    Furthermore, he has adopted his ‘interest rates are determined by market forces” narrative, which he adopts when it suits his purposes.

    deficit spending no longer provides much if any economic boost, because it drives up interest rates and “crowds out” private investment.

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    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/08/opinion/time-to-borrow.html
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  59. @SPMoore8
    To be fair, he looks like a tormented Yaqui who can't get any. "I don't have to show you any stinking pronouns!''

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqomZQMZQCQ

    Yeah, but the great majority of Hispanics immigrating to the USA from Mexico and Central America are largely Amerind in terms of ancestry…..making “They” pretty close to the racial norm….

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  60. @Yak-15
    Somewhat on this topic:

    https://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20170109/andersonville/prysm-transgender-discrimination-customer-denied-entry

    "As Graber left, they saw a person named Jazmine, who is agender and also uses "they" and "them" pronouns. Graber, Lux and Jazmine spoke and left to go to a LGBTQ-friendly club in Lakeview."

    Agender? What is that?

    It’s a mental illness.

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  61. @Fran Macadam
    Not crazy: Evil. Like Charles Manson's "family," who wanted to provoke "Helter Skelter," a violent race war.

    Not crazy: Evil. Like Charles Manson’s “family,” who wanted to provoke “Helter Skelter,” a violent race war.

    Anti-Anglo hatred has deep roots in Mexico:

    THE PLAN OF SAN DIEGO

    The plan called for things such as “the killing of all adult Anglo males in the Southwestern states” and the “return of land to Native Americans”, but was exposed before it could be fully executed. Although there was no uprising, there were raids into Texas that began in July 1915. The raids were countered by Texas Rangers, the U.S. Army and local self-defense groups. In total, 30 raids into Texas destroyed large amounts of property and killed 21 Americans.[1] It is not known who was responsible for drafting the Plan of San Diego, but there are theories that Mexican revolutionary leaders took part in sponsoring the plan.

    Declaring the creation of a Liberating Army of Races and Peoples, the Plan of San Diego called for the recruitment of Mexican nationals, African Americans, indigenous Native Americans and Mexican Americans to rebel against the U.S.[1] The central goal of the plan was to “free Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, and Colorado from U.S. control” (see Reconquista).[3] These states would become an independent republic that in the future could be reunited with Mexico. To the north, rebels hoped to conquer other U.S. states to produce a buffer zone between the United States and Mexico.
    The appointed start date of the Plan of San Diego was February 20, 1915. It called for the execution of all white Anglo-American men over the age of sixteen; only the elderly, women, and children would be spared.[2] Also executed would be Mexican American sympathizers who refused to participate in the plan.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plan_of_San_Diego

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    We laugh upon reading such stuff but it was SERIOUS TO THE AMIGOS.
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  62. Toxic whiteness? Toxic, as in lethal to those around them? There was plenty of toxic whiteness in the 20th century, and trust me, you do not want to see toxic whiteness. I’m glad though we’ve got people like “they” on our side, doing our recruiting for us. Attaboy “they”!

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  63. @Jefferson
    "Not crazy: Evil. Like Charles Manson’s “family,” who wanted to provoke “Helter Skelter,” a violent race war."

    Pablo Gomez is the Hispanic Charles Manson.

    There’s a picture of “them” at one of those Gorebull Warning conferences of him with Jerry Brown and Tom Steyer. Makes me think of how San Francisco politicians cozied up to Jim Jones.

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    "There’s a picture of “them” at one of those Gorebull Warning conferences of him with Jerry Brown and Tom Steyer. Makes me think of how San Francisco politicians cozied up to Jim Jones."

    So Pablo Gomez is also the Hispanic Jim Jones.

    The Jonestown massacre in 1978 pretty much killed any chance of a 1970s San Francisco politician ever running for POTUS, because they were all politically in bed with Jim Jones. It would be constantly thrown in their faces at Democratic Party primary debates. That's why Dianne Feinstein never ran for POTUS. She has Jonestown blood all over her hands.

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  64. @Ripple Earthdevil
    It's not clear that "they" knew the victim, who may have been in the wrong place at the wrong time:

    "According to a post on neighborhood social network Nextdoor by a woman who had spoken with the family, “The suspect knew his initial victim (the woman who is still alive). After attacking her, he went to the house on Ashby thinking that an old friend/acquaintance still lived there. She had moved out over a year ago but the unfortunate second victim (who was killed) was there, studying.… She answered the door and the rest is history.”

    If there exist "hate crimes" does that mean others are "love crimes" or "emotionally neutral crimes?"

    If there exist “hate crimes” does that mean others are “love crimes” or “emotionally neutral crimes?”

    Yes: “crimes of passion” and “cold-blooded murder.”

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  65. @Reginald Maplethorp
    OT:

    After publishing high-profile fake news articles, Washington Post calls for people to stop using "Fake News":

    "It’s time to retire the tainted term ‘fake news’"

    Hoisted with their own petard, gotta love it. First comment I read, after switching the filter from popular -> latest (always do this)

    “Oh what great 4+4 TRUMPIAN YEARS it’s gonna be!! MSM, um, #FakeMedia, thought #FakeNews was their own cudgel to beat the Conservatives, THE DEPLORABLES, with, until the great unwashed stole it, and made it GREAT AGAIN! Now, leftists msm #FakeReporters hate the term #FakeNews and want it stopped!! LOLOLOL!! Can it get anymore delicious than that, and it’s not even Jan. 20th yet?!”

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  66. The silver lining is that his life is practically over. Life in prison, i don’t think that this pampered millennial is going to enjoy the regimental life of prison, or the bland food. But he’ll be around a lot of ‘oppressed ‘blacks, which as a liberal he should enjoy.

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    "The silver lining is that his life is practically over. Life in prison, i don’t think that this pampered millennial is going to enjoy the regimental life of prison, or the bland food. But he’ll be around a lot of ‘oppressed ‘blacks, which as a liberal he should enjoy."

    Pablo Gomez is a Homo, so he will enjoy sharing a roof with so many Black men.
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  67. @Argosy jones
    Off-topic/Bragging Rights.

    In this thread,
    http://www.unz.com/isteve/the-trump-bannon-great-lakes-high-speed-rail-line/#comment-1658519

    I predicted:

    now that Trump is recommending big spending on infrastructure, Krugman will soon modify his position and denounce Trump.

    I see 3 possibilities:

    1. We have now exited the liquidity trap even though interest rates remain very low.
    2. We are now at full employment even though inflation is not noticeably rising.
    3. Spending would be irresponsible because the Fed needs to raise interest rates to get out of the liquidity trap:
     
    Krugman has selected option 2:

    these predictions were always conditional, applying only to an economy far from full employment. That was the kind of economy President Obama inherited; but the Trump-Putin administration will, instead, come into power at a time when full employment has been more or less restored.
     
    Furthermore, he has adopted his 'interest rates are determined by market forces" narrative, which he adopts when it suits his purposes.

    deficit spending no longer provides much if any economic boost, because it drives up interest rates and “crowds out” private investment.
     
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  68. Non-white? Yep!

    Confused sexual identity? Yep!

    Committed activist? Yep!

    Then such a person is incapable of hate right down to the sub-atomic level.

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  69. @anon
    The silver lining is that his life is practically over. Life in prison, i don't think that this pampered millennial is going to enjoy the regimental life of prison, or the bland food. But he'll be around a lot of 'oppressed 'blacks, which as a liberal he should enjoy.

    “The silver lining is that his life is practically over. Life in prison, i don’t think that this pampered millennial is going to enjoy the regimental life of prison, or the bland food. But he’ll be around a lot of ‘oppressed ‘blacks, which as a liberal he should enjoy.”

    Pablo Gomez is a Homo, so he will enjoy sharing a roof with so many Black men.

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  70. @Ripple Earthdevil
    There's a picture of "them" at one of those Gorebull Warning conferences of him with Jerry Brown and Tom Steyer. Makes me think of how San Francisco politicians cozied up to Jim Jones.

    “There’s a picture of “them” at one of those Gorebull Warning conferences of him with Jerry Brown and Tom Steyer. Makes me think of how San Francisco politicians cozied up to Jim Jones.”

    So Pablo Gomez is also the Hispanic Jim Jones.

    The Jonestown massacre in 1978 pretty much killed any chance of a 1970s San Francisco politician ever running for POTUS, because they were all politically in bed with Jim Jones. It would be constantly thrown in their faces at Democratic Party primary debates. That’s why Dianne Feinstein never ran for POTUS. She has Jonestown blood all over her hands.

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    "The Jonestown massacre in 1978 pretty much killed any chance of a 1970s San Francisco politician ever running for POTUS, because they were all politically in bed with Jim Jones. It would be constantly thrown in their faces at Democratic Party primary debates. That’s why Dianne Feinstein never ran for POTUS. She has Jonestown blood all over her hands."

    Hey, you know why nobody tells Jonestown jokes anymore?



    The punchlines are too long.
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  71. Wasn’t homosexuality and bisexuality and nudism part plus pederasty basically universal in the Greco roman world anyway? In fact cladius was basically ostracized for having relationships with women only, so that seems to indicate that bisexuality was u universal practice in the Greco Roman world. Its not as if homosexuality and bisexuality being a feature of western civilization was something invented by SJWs.

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    >>Wasn’t homosexuality and bisexuality and nudism part plus pederasty basically universal in the Greco roman world anyway?

    No, they were not universal. The occurrence was no greater than today, and the general contempt the phenomena aroused was greater than today.
    , @ussr andy

    universal in the Greco roman world anyway
     
    yes, but the West grew out of it.

    http://www.orthodoxytoday.org/articles2/PragerHomosexuality.php

    tl;dr: Christendom (influenced by Judaism) was the most consistent among cultures in combatting overt homosex. Primitive societies see secks as "active vs passive" whereas in the West it's something between man and woman. The pervasiveness of homosex and homoeroticism in other cultures is responsible for many social ills, among them the low political status of wimmin.

    , @syonredux

    Its not as if homosexuality and bisexuality being a feature of western civilization was something invented by SJWs.
     
    Yeah, and the Greeks and Romans also practiced slavery on a huge scale. Just because something was a feature of Graeco-Roman civilization doesn't mean that we need to endorse it today.
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  72. Caligula made his horse Incitatus a Consul!

    That’s crazy, even if it was an elaborate gag. What’s not crazy is that everyone pretends the men’s 1976 olympic decathlon champion is a woman.

    It’s okay if you didn’t know Bruce Jenner was Caitlyn the whole time. But if you don’t now know that he was in fact, Caitlyn the whole time, well, then, what’s wrong with you??

    Hey, did I mention Caligula made his horse a Consul? That’s crazy!

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  73. From They’s twitter feed, a re-tweet, from some BLM dude..

    >>3 killings within 10 hours in Oakland yet it’s not on the news.

    Nobody killed in Ohio State stabbing and it’s on every news outlet.<<

    Well, the media was ignoring killings in the Bay area, so I guess that They was going to make sure that some attention would be paid. He sure succeeded.

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  74. @nndx
    Wasn't homosexuality and bisexuality and nudism part plus pederasty basically universal in the Greco roman world anyway? In fact cladius was basically ostracized for having relationships with women only, so that seems to indicate that bisexuality was u universal practice in the Greco Roman world. Its not as if homosexuality and bisexuality being a feature of western civilization was something invented by SJWs.

    >>Wasn’t homosexuality and bisexuality and nudism part plus pederasty basically universal in the Greco roman world anyway?

    No, they were not universal. The occurrence was no greater than today, and the general contempt the phenomena aroused was greater than today.

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    Huh? Romans simply had a different view where doing the penetrating anal sex was acceptable but doing the receiving was not, while in Greece bisexuality and pederasty (rather than pedophilia) was acceptable and was done by both men and women, there are even vase paintings of women using dildos to penetrate another women or even of women using dildos to penetrate boys.
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  75. @AndrewR
    We don't know if he was a homo. Just because he was "non-binary" doesn't mean he wasn't 'bout the poon.

    His tumblr features plenty of female portraits as well as some Mapplethorpeish pics of muscled black guys.

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  76. @Daniel H
    >>Wasn’t homosexuality and bisexuality and nudism part plus pederasty basically universal in the Greco roman world anyway?

    No, they were not universal. The occurrence was no greater than today, and the general contempt the phenomena aroused was greater than today.

    Huh? Romans simply had a different view where doing the penetrating anal sex was acceptable but doing the receiving was not, while in Greece bisexuality and pederasty (rather than pedophilia) was acceptable and was done by both men and women, there are even vase paintings of women using dildos to penetrate another women or even of women using dildos to penetrate boys.

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    It was not acceptable in Greece (though it was present at times), this is modern queer academics myth. In Rome, some slaves might have been penetrated, but overt homosex didn't become prevalent until the late empire.
    http://web.archive.org/web/20060712215215/http://www.grecoreport.com/debunking_the_myth_of_homosexuality_in_ancient_greece.htm
    , @ogunsiron
    I read somewhere that pederasty and being a homosexual top was something quite accepted in the higher social classes in Greece and Rome, but that the common people were not so fond of the practice.

    Also, cultural attitudes change over the centuries.
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  77. This poor woman is a great example of the neo-hippy Berkeley type. Probably wouldn’t hurt a fly, and would mourn it if she found out she did. Wouldn’t surprise me if she was trying to help they (them?), and they chose to stab her because they would not use the WHITEcisheteropatriarchial weapon of choice because.

    It could be the situation in the US or Europe writ small.

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    There are a lot of nice white liberal ladies who don't realize how dangerous their third-world charity cases can be.
    , @ogunsiron
    I used to often run across a young woman that reminds me a lot of the murder victim. She was always very happy. She smiled at everybody, spoke to little kids and helped old people. I don't think she had any mental issues. She just was of an exceptionally sunny disposition. She looked very much like a multicult enthusiast but harbored no hate against white people or anyone else.

    I couldn't help being afraid for her because sooner or later she was going to run into refugee/oppressed POC types for whom her smile and happiness would be a micro-aggression or worse. I hope she never got harmed. She was hopelessly naive but seemed completely devoid of malice.
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  78. “An Intellectual Drink, For The Chosen Ones”: Dr Pepper in “Steins;Gate”

    http://wvaughan.org/intellectualdrpepper.html

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  79. @syonredux
    "anti-black cisheteropatriarchy"

    Just when you think that you've reached the bottom of the abyss.....

    Nope…the newest iteration adds yet another qualifier..

    the anti-black ANGLOwhitecisheteropatriarchy

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  80. @nndx
    Wasn't homosexuality and bisexuality and nudism part plus pederasty basically universal in the Greco roman world anyway? In fact cladius was basically ostracized for having relationships with women only, so that seems to indicate that bisexuality was u universal practice in the Greco Roman world. Its not as if homosexuality and bisexuality being a feature of western civilization was something invented by SJWs.

    universal in the Greco roman world anyway

    yes, but the West grew out of it.

    http://www.orthodoxytoday.org/articles2/PragerHomosexuality.php

    tl;dr: Christendom (influenced by Judaism) was the most consistent among cultures in combatting overt homosex. Primitive societies see secks as “active vs passive” whereas in the West it’s something between man and woman. The pervasiveness of homosex and homoeroticism in other cultures is responsible for many social ills, among them the low political status of wimmin.

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    I think there are a pretty heavy public/private life separation too. To an extent, it didn't matter what you did in private but you had to maintain a good public persona that fit the norms. Hypocrisy was accepted as a necessary part of life.
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  81. The Inman surname is just what it sounds like. It is an English surname that derived from the occupation of innman. Emilie Inman was killed by a repulsive mutant.

    Innman feature prominently in the writings of Henry Fielding, Thomas Hardy and Charles Dickens. Many people who have ancestry from the South have Inman ancestry. Bobby Ray Inman is a name that might be familiar?

    It gets me angry to see a beautiful creature with the surname Inman be killed in such a manner. The disgusting mutant who killed the Inman lady is a product of the US government’s nation-wrecking mass immigration policy.

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    I hate to say it, but I can't muster much sympathy for a teacher who was going to inculcate young white children in intersectionality and why they should beg for forgiveness of their ancestors' misdeeds against the LGBTQA-Z Muslim community.
    , @Johnny Smoggins
    In the pictures I've seen of her, Ms. Inman seems to have dreadlocks and tattoos. I'm pretty sure she would have been sympathetic to the sort of idiocy that they (They?) represents.
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  82. @Logical Meme
    “Cisheteropatriarchy”? You’ve got to hand it to SJWs. They’re making portmanteu quite the art form.

    Isn’t it all just newspeak?

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  83. @Charles Pewitt
    The Inman surname is just what it sounds like. It is an English surname that derived from the occupation of innman. Emilie Inman was killed by a repulsive mutant.

    Innman feature prominently in the writings of Henry Fielding, Thomas Hardy and Charles Dickens. Many people who have ancestry from the South have Inman ancestry. Bobby Ray Inman is a name that might be familiar?

    It gets me angry to see a beautiful creature with the surname Inman be killed in such a manner. The disgusting mutant who killed the Inman lady is a product of the US government's nation-wrecking mass immigration policy.

    I hate to say it, but I can’t muster much sympathy for a teacher who was going to inculcate young white children in intersectionality and why they should beg for forgiveness of their ancestors’ misdeeds against the LGBTQA-Z Muslim community.

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  84. @bnzb
    Huh? Romans simply had a different view where doing the penetrating anal sex was acceptable but doing the receiving was not, while in Greece bisexuality and pederasty (rather than pedophilia) was acceptable and was done by both men and women, there are even vase paintings of women using dildos to penetrate another women or even of women using dildos to penetrate boys.

    It was not acceptable in Greece (though it was present at times), this is modern queer academics myth. In Rome, some slaves might have been penetrated, but overt homosex didn’t become prevalent until the late empire.

    http://web.archive.org/web/20060712215215/http://www.grecoreport.com/debunking_the_myth_of_homosexuality_in_ancient_greece.htm

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    Also keep in mind that while homosexuality activity has occurred since time immemorial, the concept of homosexuality being the basis of a person's identity "("gay") is a very recent invention.
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  85. “They” belonged in a looney bin, or at least under the care of a psychiatrist who treated those with delusions. The real pity is that such a person (?persons) can major in some sort of BS studies and be supported in their delusions by the powers that be.

    A friend of my children is going through sexual reassignment surgery–female to male. This person, in her early 20′s has been in multiple psych units for suicidality and depression. I don’t know who is doing the surgery or who is paying for it (Her father is a federal employee). This is yet another delusion which should be properly treated for the psychiatric abnormality that it is instead of being pandered to and profited from.

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  86. anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    This 110 lb macho man was pretty tough in stabbing some unsuspecting white women. In prison he’ll be in heaven, surrounded by all those men and selling his services as the house sissy. It’ll be like throwing Brer Rabbit into the briar patch. Perhaps a women’s prison would be better. A check of the subject shows that gay/tranny/sex-weirdo homicides are unusually crazed and hysterically violent. There’s a lot of pent-up rage in that population and they snap quite easily which isn’t the narrative that’s officially approved.

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  87. We need to serious taunt ISIS and or North Korea that the Berkeley Leftists are dissing them.

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  88. @Charles Pewitt
    The Inman surname is just what it sounds like. It is an English surname that derived from the occupation of innman. Emilie Inman was killed by a repulsive mutant.

    Innman feature prominently in the writings of Henry Fielding, Thomas Hardy and Charles Dickens. Many people who have ancestry from the South have Inman ancestry. Bobby Ray Inman is a name that might be familiar?

    It gets me angry to see a beautiful creature with the surname Inman be killed in such a manner. The disgusting mutant who killed the Inman lady is a product of the US government's nation-wrecking mass immigration policy.

    In the pictures I’ve seen of her, Ms. Inman seems to have dreadlocks and tattoos. I’m pretty sure she would have been sympathetic to the sort of idiocy that they (They?) represents.

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  89. @candid_observer

    This news story makes even less sense than the usual news story:

    She [Inman] apparently did not know her attacker.

    [Next sentence:]

    Friends said Inman knew Gomez Jr.,

    Which is it?
     
    I conclude that Inman knew him, but didn't know they.

    My thoughts exactly: Inman might have known Gomez but she did not know “they”.

    Shape shifting personalities are central to the left’s theory of the “intersectional personality”. You pick and choose the qualities that define you and your politics from a long pick list … which might be different to the qualities that define you and your politics tomorrow. “Who are you?” “I don’t know. What day is it?”

    That reminds me of someone I once knew who told me he was not responsible for his student loans because he was “no longer the person who signed for them”.

    Reference another post: Apparently Gomez is in a psychiatric ward awaiting evaluation. Question: Are Cultural Marxists and others suffering from “intersectional oppression” all somewhat insane? If so, are they responsible for their (mis)behaviors … or, can they all claim the insanity defense for their anti-social behaviors?

    I don’t believe society has ever been faced with so many insane people with such a loose connection with reality before. Difficult to know how to deal with it.

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  90. @Francis G.
    I thought the poor woman looked familiar! I used to buy fresh eggs from Sienna Ranch. I remember Ms. Inman now. Seemed like a really sweet person.

    I don’t buy the story this dolly do-getter didn’t know the crazy Latino tranny psycho.

    Probably either dated him pre mental breakdown and/or was his “friend” & either did drugs w him and or was his confidant.

    Women like that goofy “heart to heart” shit learning about everybody’s dramaand being nosy busybodies.

    Like Whiskey puts it, she was a “nice white lady” & this psycho probably made her tingle.

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    I guess we'll find out the whole story eventually. For what it's worth, I have known many women like Ms. Inman and they nearly always dated tall White guys from middle-class backgrounds. These men might have been a bit goofy and New Agey, but they were not mentally ill. I can't see a puny mestizo freak like "they" making them tingle. (I did have a hippy-dippy female friend who married a Muslim man from North Africa, but he was a mentally stable, sensible, fairly conservative man who thought most SJWs were nuts. He was also a handsome, dapper fellow, not an ugly runt like "they".)
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  91. They’ve got they locked up in the psych ward at the L.A. County jail for evaluation.

    So, he gets to be crazy for criminal justice purposes but perfectly normal for day-to-day interaction purposes? Sounds legit.

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  92. @Jefferson
    "Was They's Murder of a Berkeley Schoolteacher a Hate Crime?"

    The FBI will classify it as a White on White murder, so officially it will not be a hate crime. However if the roles were reversed and the Blanquita had murdered the Brown El Salvadorian Homo than it would have been a White on Hispanic hate crime murder, as well as a Hetero on Homo hate crime murder.

    Jefferson, the FBI stopped the one-way classification in 2015. Source? Don’t recall, but I remember thinking it was reliable.

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  93. @SPMoore8
    To be fair, he looks like a tormented Yaqui who can't get any. "I don't have to show you any stinking pronouns!''

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqomZQMZQCQ

    SP, Love that movie and I would like to know what the casting call said when they were casting the outlaws, scary looking dudes.

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  94. @Jefferson
    "There’s a picture of “them” at one of those Gorebull Warning conferences of him with Jerry Brown and Tom Steyer. Makes me think of how San Francisco politicians cozied up to Jim Jones."

    So Pablo Gomez is also the Hispanic Jim Jones.

    The Jonestown massacre in 1978 pretty much killed any chance of a 1970s San Francisco politician ever running for POTUS, because they were all politically in bed with Jim Jones. It would be constantly thrown in their faces at Democratic Party primary debates. That's why Dianne Feinstein never ran for POTUS. She has Jonestown blood all over her hands.

    “The Jonestown massacre in 1978 pretty much killed any chance of a 1970s San Francisco politician ever running for POTUS, because they were all politically in bed with Jim Jones. It would be constantly thrown in their faces at Democratic Party primary debates. That’s why Dianne Feinstein never ran for POTUS. She has Jonestown blood all over her hands.”

    Hey, you know why nobody tells Jonestown jokes anymore?

    [MORE]

    The punchlines are too long.

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  95. @william munny
    This poor woman is a great example of the neo-hippy Berkeley type. Probably wouldn't hurt a fly, and would mourn it if she found out she did. Wouldn't surprise me if she was trying to help they (them?), and they chose to stab her because they would not use the WHITEcisheteropatriarchial weapon of choice because.

    It could be the situation in the US or Europe writ small.

    There are a lot of nice white liberal ladies who don’t realize how dangerous their third-world charity cases can be.

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  96. they is spelled with a small t? they probably liked the white females but they did reciprocate as they wanted?

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  97. Anyone have any knowledge of the immigration status for they?

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  98. @syonredux

    Not crazy: Evil. Like Charles Manson’s “family,” who wanted to provoke “Helter Skelter,” a violent race war.
     
    Anti-Anglo hatred has deep roots in Mexico:

    THE PLAN OF SAN DIEGO

    The plan called for things such as "the killing of all adult Anglo males in the Southwestern states" and the "return of land to Native Americans", but was exposed before it could be fully executed. Although there was no uprising, there were raids into Texas that began in July 1915. The raids were countered by Texas Rangers, the U.S. Army and local self-defense groups. In total, 30 raids into Texas destroyed large amounts of property and killed 21 Americans.[1] It is not known who was responsible for drafting the Plan of San Diego, but there are theories that Mexican revolutionary leaders took part in sponsoring the plan.
     

    Declaring the creation of a Liberating Army of Races and Peoples, the Plan of San Diego called for the recruitment of Mexican nationals, African Americans, indigenous Native Americans and Mexican Americans to rebel against the U.S.[1] The central goal of the plan was to "free Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, and Colorado from U.S. control" (see Reconquista).[3] These states would become an independent republic that in the future could be reunited with Mexico. To the north, rebels hoped to conquer other U.S. states to produce a buffer zone between the United States and Mexico.
    The appointed start date of the Plan of San Diego was February 20, 1915. It called for the execution of all white Anglo-American men over the age of sixteen; only the elderly, women, and children would be spared.[2] Also executed would be Mexican American sympathizers who refused to participate in the plan.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plan_of_San_Diego

    We laugh upon reading such stuff but it was SERIOUS TO THE AMIGOS.

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  99. @ussr andy

    universal in the Greco roman world anyway
     
    yes, but the West grew out of it.

    http://www.orthodoxytoday.org/articles2/PragerHomosexuality.php

    tl;dr: Christendom (influenced by Judaism) was the most consistent among cultures in combatting overt homosex. Primitive societies see secks as "active vs passive" whereas in the West it's something between man and woman. The pervasiveness of homosex and homoeroticism in other cultures is responsible for many social ills, among them the low political status of wimmin.

    I think there are a pretty heavy public/private life separation too. To an extent, it didn’t matter what you did in private but you had to maintain a good public persona that fit the norms. Hypocrisy was accepted as a necessary part of life.

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  100. @nndx
    Wasn't homosexuality and bisexuality and nudism part plus pederasty basically universal in the Greco roman world anyway? In fact cladius was basically ostracized for having relationships with women only, so that seems to indicate that bisexuality was u universal practice in the Greco Roman world. Its not as if homosexuality and bisexuality being a feature of western civilization was something invented by SJWs.

    Its not as if homosexuality and bisexuality being a feature of western civilization was something invented by SJWs.

    Yeah, and the Greeks and Romans also practiced slavery on a huge scale. Just because something was a feature of Graeco-Roman civilization doesn’t mean that we need to endorse it today.

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  101. Gov. Brown, Steyer, and they

    or “THEM!”

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  102. This reminds me a lot of the Adrienne Shelly case a decade ago. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adrienne_Shelly

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  103. @Jefferson
    "To be fair, he looks like a tormented Yaqui who can’t get any. “I don’t have to show you any stinking pronouns!”

    I notice that in the dating scene Caribbean Hispanic men on average fare better than Mexican and Central American Hispanic men when it comes to courting White women. Caribbean Hispanic men have more swag.

    More African ancestry I would think.

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  104. P.S., Here’s they’s Twitter and Tumblr.

    I appreciate your humor Steve but don’t humor the clowns. Just call him “him”.

    Unless that will get you arrested in tolerant, diverse California

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  105. First off, dreadlocks on a Caucasian person are always a sign of issues. But more seriously, I wonder if police are working the love triangle angle that they may have all been a part of.

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  106. @Prof. Woland
    I live two miles away from the Sienna Ranch and drive right by it twice a day at least to go to work another mile down the road. That is very close to home.

    Even closer to home was a murder many years ago two blocks from the house I grew up in: an 11-year-old girl who was raped and strangled in a wooded creek by the side of the road. My sister, who was 13 at the time, had walked by that very same spot just an hour before the little girl was murdered. (The murder remained unsolved for years until cold-case detectives linked DNA evidence to a black man who had recently died in prison of natural causes while serving a life sentence for the rape and murder of another woman. Further DNA evidence linked him to half a dozen other murders in the Bay Area, almost all of them women.)

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  107. @syonredux

    “Perhaps his jealousy that Mestizos are not as institutionally sainted as Blacks was a trigger.”

    If that was what triggered him he would have taken out his violent anger on a Black person, not a White person.
     
    Killing Blacks would have gone against his SJW training, though.....But killing Whites is doubleplusgood....So a case of psychological transference?

    Displaced (or redirected) aggression is the actual technical term.

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  108. They’s dun gone and stepped into it now.

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  109. Well, someone only has to feel that it is a hate crime for it to be a hate crime, it seems:

    http://magafeed.com/no-evidence-needed-to-report-transphobic-hate-crime/

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  110. To read more about the killing I googled “Lafayette teacher murder” and the first result was this

    http://fox59.com/2016/10/17/court-docs-suspect-who-killed-lafayette-art-teacher-was-seeking-man-who-ripped-him-off/

    TLDR: a few months ago a dindu in another Lafayette shoots a children’s art teacher after going to her house looking for a guy “who ripped him off.”

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  111. @bnzb
    Huh? Romans simply had a different view where doing the penetrating anal sex was acceptable but doing the receiving was not, while in Greece bisexuality and pederasty (rather than pedophilia) was acceptable and was done by both men and women, there are even vase paintings of women using dildos to penetrate another women or even of women using dildos to penetrate boys.

    I read somewhere that pederasty and being a homosexual top was something quite accepted in the higher social classes in Greece and Rome, but that the common people were not so fond of the practice.

    Also, cultural attitudes change over the centuries.

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  112. @william munny
    This poor woman is a great example of the neo-hippy Berkeley type. Probably wouldn't hurt a fly, and would mourn it if she found out she did. Wouldn't surprise me if she was trying to help they (them?), and they chose to stab her because they would not use the WHITEcisheteropatriarchial weapon of choice because.

    It could be the situation in the US or Europe writ small.

    I used to often run across a young woman that reminds me a lot of the murder victim. She was always very happy. She smiled at everybody, spoke to little kids and helped old people. I don’t think she had any mental issues. She just was of an exceptionally sunny disposition. She looked very much like a multicult enthusiast but harbored no hate against white people or anyone else.

    I couldn’t help being afraid for her because sooner or later she was going to run into refugee/oppressed POC types for whom her smile and happiness would be a micro-aggression or worse. I hope she never got harmed. She was hopelessly naive but seemed completely devoid of malice.

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    I had a girl friend like that 30 years ago; everybody was ok with her. I finally said screw this and left. She is in some sort of Buddhist ashram today after going AA some years ago.It helps that her family has plenty of money.
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  113. Looking at this case a little further, and with some personal familiarity with the area and with the milieu that the people involved in this case were in, I would believe it was a “hate crime,” though one of a somewhat more nuanced flavor than just racial (though that too). There likely was a very big town/gown thing going on.

    Ms. Inman, according to the Sienna Ranch bio linked, was French by birth, and had been raised in the French countryside and Paris, but had moved to California (San Luis Obispo) at the age of 10. She was an alumna of UC Santa Cruz, which of all the UC campuses is known for having a culture most favorable to counterculturalism, environmentalism, and liberalism, even compared to UC Berkeley (the mascot is the Banana Slug). It’s not necessarily known among UC campuses though for being that big a draw to students from far out of the area, certainly not compared to Berkeley, or even UC Santa Barbara (both of which recruit a lot of students from the LA area, including the suspect in this case). It would definitely appeal to an outdoorsy prospective student from the Central Coast, like Ms. Inman. Ms. Inman majored in environmental studies there. Also, to look at her Facebook, she was a Burner (a Burning Man participant). The ranch she worked at appears to be geared towards teaching local children about the outdoors using the hills northeast of Berkeley and the East Bay. It was located in Lafayette, which is the richest of several very rich suburbs known for very good public schools in Contra Costa county located along Highway 24 and a BART (rapid transit) line. This is where rich Bay Area people live who want reasonably good access to San Francisco and Oakland but want some separation from the city all the same (you have to drive through the Caldecott Tunnel or take BART to get there, and the local BART stations are all park & ride-oriented, without a lot of attractions within walking distance to the stations). Looking at the Sienna Ranch pictures, the youth participants appear to be heavily white (with one Asian child).

    It looks like Ms. Inman held the land, her adopted soil of coastal and Northern California (with a slight extension out to Black Rock City in northern Nevada) very close to her heart, personally and professionally. There doesn’t seem to be anything connecting her to the Berkeley campus that’s readily apparent, aside from the fact that she appears to have been murdered within about a mile of it. (It’s not clear whether she lived there or not.) The location of the murder (Ashby and Telegraph) is very near; about seven blocks walk, to the Ashby BART station (which might have offered her an easy trip to Lafayette and work), but is still several blocks outside where the campus life of Berkeley along Telegraph Avenue starts. She would likely have been pretty well at home personally in that part of Berkeley, which (along Telegraph) is close to where the hills and flats divide (the dividing line between the “ghetto” parts of Berkeley and the East Bay in general and the countercultural parts). Near the Ashby BART stop is Berkeley Bowl, a local organic grocery that is well known, both in and out of the area, and would probably have been at attraction to Ms. Inman if she was, as appears to be the case, interested in sustainability and local agriculture.

    It’s not clear yet whether there was any connection between Ms. Inman and the suspect, who appears to have been likely either an anchor baby, or illegal Theyself, of Salvadoran roots, from the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles. A lot of Berkeley students, certainly far more than UC Santa Cruz students, come from the LA area. I doubt we will ever know what They’s qualifications were for Berkeley, other than being a Xixanx “They.” The UC system almost certainly practices under-the-table affirmative action, despite the fact that it’s been illegal since Ward Connerly’s Proposition 209 in 1996. It happens often that abrasive and aggressive attitudes and identities predicated on ethnic, sexual, or other grievances get nurtured strongly on university campuses, especially among students whose primary distinguishing admissions qualification is those identities. Berkeley has not only majors and centers geared to race, gender and sexual identities, but also segregated theme housing programs for “[email protected]/[email protected]” students, “diverse genders and sexualities,” African American, Asian/Pacific American, and other minoritarian identities (http://housing2.berkeley.edu/theme). This, of course, can mix in interesting ways with the atomization and alienation of young undergrad college students, who are away from home for the first time, in many cases hundreds of miles away, and who will only be around for a few years.

    So we have a white immigrant (or settler?) who appears to have adopted the local area as her home, and invested a good part of her life into caring for it and taking from it responsibly, and teaching others to do the same. And we have a Latinx immigrant who was brought from another part of the state not quite so well watered and cared for, actually, by comparison to the hills of the East Bay, rather ugly and over-paved (sorry Steve), and who was encouraged at a state institution to view the United States as “a violent white supremacist settler empire whose only fate is annihilation.”

    I’m sure we’ll learn more in the course of criminal proceedings, if we follow them, whether there was any prior relationship between Ms. Inman and They. But I could very much see how Ms. Inman would have represented, by her very existence, where she lived, and what she did, something that They could have hated, and could have been taught to hate, passionately.

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    Even though Inman worked at the ranch, she lived at the address where she was stabbed.

    Ascribing meaningful ideological motives to they gives they too much credit. They was nuts. They apparently did not know Inman (although early reports could be wrong). There is some discussion that he went to the house looking for someone they knew. Maybe when Inman denied knowing they's friend, they stabbed her because they thought she was lying and concealing the person they was seeking. When you are nuts you can have all sorts of delusions. They was always a few sandwiches shy of a picnic but just in the SJW sense, but at the end he went completely off his rocker.

    , @SPMoore8
    Interesting analysis and I enjoyed it because it brings back a lot memories, but I think the story is rather simpler than that. The scenarios depend on whether he knew Ms. Inman.

    If he did not, then the narrative we have so far is that at one point Gomez lived in this house, and was presumably discharged. Bearing a grudge against the two women who lived there, he encountered one and stabbed her. Then he went to the other location and stabbed Inman. This doesn't explain how person #1 got up to the North side, however. Under this scenario, the perp flipped out because he couldn't get housing for Winter Quarter (I assume they still do quarters there?), and it escalated.

    Alternatively, he knew Inman but was still enraged about housing, etc.

    Ms. Inman (and the other ladies at the Lafayette Petting Zoo) seemed like a nice lady. It's too bad she was killed. As for Gomez, I assume that his gender confusion will only increase in the coming years.
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  114. My pronoun is Who? And to all you haters out there; the ? is silent no more!

    Anyways, I checked if Gomez translated as Duck but it’s apparently related to Homo and means Man.

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  115. Wow, that is like 100 feet from where I once lived, and close to one of the very nicest parts of Berkeley (Elmwood).

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  116. @Jefferson
    "Was They's Murder of a Berkeley Schoolteacher a Hate Crime?"

    The FBI will classify it as a White on White murder, so officially it will not be a hate crime. However if the roles were reversed and the Blanquita had murdered the Brown El Salvadorian Homo than it would have been a White on Hispanic hate crime murder, as well as a Hetero on Homo hate crime murder.

    You are obviously unaware of the hate crime rule. When a white is attacked and/or killed because of his/her race you can have a dead body and a video but it is still not racism or a hate crime. At some point it may not even be a crime.

    When a black or Muslim activist finds racist graffiti or anonymous notes (in their own handwriting) it is automatically racism despite zero evidence or videos showing a white culprit.

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  117. @ogunsiron
    I used to often run across a young woman that reminds me a lot of the murder victim. She was always very happy. She smiled at everybody, spoke to little kids and helped old people. I don't think she had any mental issues. She just was of an exceptionally sunny disposition. She looked very much like a multicult enthusiast but harbored no hate against white people or anyone else.

    I couldn't help being afraid for her because sooner or later she was going to run into refugee/oppressed POC types for whom her smile and happiness would be a micro-aggression or worse. I hope she never got harmed. She was hopelessly naive but seemed completely devoid of malice.

    I had a girl friend like that 30 years ago; everybody was ok with her. I finally said screw this and left. She is in some sort of Buddhist ashram today after going AA some years ago.It helps that her family has plenty of money.

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    Almost every white guy who grew up in or around the Bay Area probably had one or two girlfriends like that. Crunchy Granola, Earth First, Kumbaya, Sacred Healing Crystals, etc. And yeah, their families had enough money to keep them sheltered from the harsher aspects of life. I still feel affection for those kind-hearted hippy girlfriends from long ago, but in the end, like you, I realized that they were hopelessly naive and that without their money and families to protect them, they would be eaten alive. I wanted my wife to be made of tougher, savvier stuff, and my children to be given a better preparation for the hard road that lies ahead for all of us in this nation-in-steep-decline.
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  118. Tom Steyer is a Jewish hedge fund manager and ‘environmentalist’ who thinks doubling the number of Latinxs in California is a great idea. Was planning on running for CA gov up until Trump won.

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    He seemed pretty fond of "They"..
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  119. @Altai
    OT: Hate Hoax Number 247.

    "We don't tip black people, note to Virginia waitress said"
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-38561883

    The note literally said:

    "great service don't tip black people"

    She couldn't help having her fictional racists praise her before she uploaded it to social media...

    This is near the town where I live. I went to a local blog to comment but a heartening number of responses already mentioned that it is likely a hoax. My white neighbors are SWPL types to a man – so that tells me less and less people are fooled by black and Muslim hoaxers.

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    I saw it on the nightly local news, it is no hoax!
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  120. @Thomas
    Looking at this case a little further, and with some personal familiarity with the area and with the milieu that the people involved in this case were in, I would believe it was a "hate crime," though one of a somewhat more nuanced flavor than just racial (though that too). There likely was a very big town/gown thing going on.

    Ms. Inman, according to the Sienna Ranch bio linked, was French by birth, and had been raised in the French countryside and Paris, but had moved to California (San Luis Obispo) at the age of 10. She was an alumna of UC Santa Cruz, which of all the UC campuses is known for having a culture most favorable to counterculturalism, environmentalism, and liberalism, even compared to UC Berkeley (the mascot is the Banana Slug). It's not necessarily known among UC campuses though for being that big a draw to students from far out of the area, certainly not compared to Berkeley, or even UC Santa Barbara (both of which recruit a lot of students from the LA area, including the suspect in this case). It would definitely appeal to an outdoorsy prospective student from the Central Coast, like Ms. Inman. Ms. Inman majored in environmental studies there. Also, to look at her Facebook, she was a Burner (a Burning Man participant). The ranch she worked at appears to be geared towards teaching local children about the outdoors using the hills northeast of Berkeley and the East Bay. It was located in Lafayette, which is the richest of several very rich suburbs known for very good public schools in Contra Costa county located along Highway 24 and a BART (rapid transit) line. This is where rich Bay Area people live who want reasonably good access to San Francisco and Oakland but want some separation from the city all the same (you have to drive through the Caldecott Tunnel or take BART to get there, and the local BART stations are all park & ride-oriented, without a lot of attractions within walking distance to the stations). Looking at the Sienna Ranch pictures, the youth participants appear to be heavily white (with one Asian child).

    It looks like Ms. Inman held the land, her adopted soil of coastal and Northern California (with a slight extension out to Black Rock City in northern Nevada) very close to her heart, personally and professionally. There doesn't seem to be anything connecting her to the Berkeley campus that's readily apparent, aside from the fact that she appears to have been murdered within about a mile of it. (It's not clear whether she lived there or not.) The location of the murder (Ashby and Telegraph) is very near; about seven blocks walk, to the Ashby BART station (which might have offered her an easy trip to Lafayette and work), but is still several blocks outside where the campus life of Berkeley along Telegraph Avenue starts. She would likely have been pretty well at home personally in that part of Berkeley, which (along Telegraph) is close to where the hills and flats divide (the dividing line between the "ghetto" parts of Berkeley and the East Bay in general and the countercultural parts). Near the Ashby BART stop is Berkeley Bowl, a local organic grocery that is well known, both in and out of the area, and would probably have been at attraction to Ms. Inman if she was, as appears to be the case, interested in sustainability and local agriculture.

    It's not clear yet whether there was any connection between Ms. Inman and the suspect, who appears to have been likely either an anchor baby, or illegal Theyself, of Salvadoran roots, from the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles. A lot of Berkeley students, certainly far more than UC Santa Cruz students, come from the LA area. I doubt we will ever know what They's qualifications were for Berkeley, other than being a Xixanx "They." The UC system almost certainly practices under-the-table affirmative action, despite the fact that it's been illegal since Ward Connerly's Proposition 209 in 1996. It happens often that abrasive and aggressive attitudes and identities predicated on ethnic, sexual, or other grievances get nurtured strongly on university campuses, especially among students whose primary distinguishing admissions qualification is those identities. Berkeley has not only majors and centers geared to race, gender and sexual identities, but also segregated theme housing programs for "[email protected]/[email protected]" students, "diverse genders and sexualities," African American, Asian/Pacific American, and other minoritarian identities (http://housing2.berkeley.edu/theme). This, of course, can mix in interesting ways with the atomization and alienation of young undergrad college students, who are away from home for the first time, in many cases hundreds of miles away, and who will only be around for a few years.

    So we have a white immigrant (or settler?) who appears to have adopted the local area as her home, and invested a good part of her life into caring for it and taking from it responsibly, and teaching others to do the same. And we have a Latinx immigrant who was brought from another part of the state not quite so well watered and cared for, actually, by comparison to the hills of the East Bay, rather ugly and over-paved (sorry Steve), and who was encouraged at a state institution to view the United States as "a violent white supremacist settler empire whose only fate is annihilation.”

    I'm sure we'll learn more in the course of criminal proceedings, if we follow them, whether there was any prior relationship between Ms. Inman and They. But I could very much see how Ms. Inman would have represented, by her very existence, where she lived, and what she did, something that They could have hated, and could have been taught to hate, passionately.

    Even though Inman worked at the ranch, she lived at the address where she was stabbed.

    Ascribing meaningful ideological motives to they gives they too much credit. They was nuts. They apparently did not know Inman (although early reports could be wrong). There is some discussion that he went to the house looking for someone they knew. Maybe when Inman denied knowing they’s friend, they stabbed her because they thought she was lying and concealing the person they was seeking. When you are nuts you can have all sorts of delusions. They was always a few sandwiches shy of a picnic but just in the SJW sense, but at the end he went completely off his rocker.

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  121. @Marcus
    It was not acceptable in Greece (though it was present at times), this is modern queer academics myth. In Rome, some slaves might have been penetrated, but overt homosex didn't become prevalent until the late empire.
    http://web.archive.org/web/20060712215215/http://www.grecoreport.com/debunking_the_myth_of_homosexuality_in_ancient_greece.htm

    Also keep in mind that while homosexuality activity has occurred since time immemorial, the concept of homosexuality being the basis of a person’s identity “(“gay”) is a very recent invention.

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  122. @Jim Don Bob
    I had a girl friend like that 30 years ago; everybody was ok with her. I finally said screw this and left. She is in some sort of Buddhist ashram today after going AA some years ago.It helps that her family has plenty of money.

    Almost every white guy who grew up in or around the Bay Area probably had one or two girlfriends like that. Crunchy Granola, Earth First, Kumbaya, Sacred Healing Crystals, etc. And yeah, their families had enough money to keep them sheltered from the harsher aspects of life. I still feel affection for those kind-hearted hippy girlfriends from long ago, but in the end, like you, I realized that they were hopelessly naive and that without their money and families to protect them, they would be eaten alive. I wanted my wife to be made of tougher, savvier stuff, and my children to be given a better preparation for the hard road that lies ahead for all of us in this nation-in-steep-decline.

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  123. @Thomas
    Looking at this case a little further, and with some personal familiarity with the area and with the milieu that the people involved in this case were in, I would believe it was a "hate crime," though one of a somewhat more nuanced flavor than just racial (though that too). There likely was a very big town/gown thing going on.

    Ms. Inman, according to the Sienna Ranch bio linked, was French by birth, and had been raised in the French countryside and Paris, but had moved to California (San Luis Obispo) at the age of 10. She was an alumna of UC Santa Cruz, which of all the UC campuses is known for having a culture most favorable to counterculturalism, environmentalism, and liberalism, even compared to UC Berkeley (the mascot is the Banana Slug). It's not necessarily known among UC campuses though for being that big a draw to students from far out of the area, certainly not compared to Berkeley, or even UC Santa Barbara (both of which recruit a lot of students from the LA area, including the suspect in this case). It would definitely appeal to an outdoorsy prospective student from the Central Coast, like Ms. Inman. Ms. Inman majored in environmental studies there. Also, to look at her Facebook, she was a Burner (a Burning Man participant). The ranch she worked at appears to be geared towards teaching local children about the outdoors using the hills northeast of Berkeley and the East Bay. It was located in Lafayette, which is the richest of several very rich suburbs known for very good public schools in Contra Costa county located along Highway 24 and a BART (rapid transit) line. This is where rich Bay Area people live who want reasonably good access to San Francisco and Oakland but want some separation from the city all the same (you have to drive through the Caldecott Tunnel or take BART to get there, and the local BART stations are all park & ride-oriented, without a lot of attractions within walking distance to the stations). Looking at the Sienna Ranch pictures, the youth participants appear to be heavily white (with one Asian child).

    It looks like Ms. Inman held the land, her adopted soil of coastal and Northern California (with a slight extension out to Black Rock City in northern Nevada) very close to her heart, personally and professionally. There doesn't seem to be anything connecting her to the Berkeley campus that's readily apparent, aside from the fact that she appears to have been murdered within about a mile of it. (It's not clear whether she lived there or not.) The location of the murder (Ashby and Telegraph) is very near; about seven blocks walk, to the Ashby BART station (which might have offered her an easy trip to Lafayette and work), but is still several blocks outside where the campus life of Berkeley along Telegraph Avenue starts. She would likely have been pretty well at home personally in that part of Berkeley, which (along Telegraph) is close to where the hills and flats divide (the dividing line between the "ghetto" parts of Berkeley and the East Bay in general and the countercultural parts). Near the Ashby BART stop is Berkeley Bowl, a local organic grocery that is well known, both in and out of the area, and would probably have been at attraction to Ms. Inman if she was, as appears to be the case, interested in sustainability and local agriculture.

    It's not clear yet whether there was any connection between Ms. Inman and the suspect, who appears to have been likely either an anchor baby, or illegal Theyself, of Salvadoran roots, from the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles. A lot of Berkeley students, certainly far more than UC Santa Cruz students, come from the LA area. I doubt we will ever know what They's qualifications were for Berkeley, other than being a Xixanx "They." The UC system almost certainly practices under-the-table affirmative action, despite the fact that it's been illegal since Ward Connerly's Proposition 209 in 1996. It happens often that abrasive and aggressive attitudes and identities predicated on ethnic, sexual, or other grievances get nurtured strongly on university campuses, especially among students whose primary distinguishing admissions qualification is those identities. Berkeley has not only majors and centers geared to race, gender and sexual identities, but also segregated theme housing programs for "[email protected]/[email protected]" students, "diverse genders and sexualities," African American, Asian/Pacific American, and other minoritarian identities (http://housing2.berkeley.edu/theme). This, of course, can mix in interesting ways with the atomization and alienation of young undergrad college students, who are away from home for the first time, in many cases hundreds of miles away, and who will only be around for a few years.

    So we have a white immigrant (or settler?) who appears to have adopted the local area as her home, and invested a good part of her life into caring for it and taking from it responsibly, and teaching others to do the same. And we have a Latinx immigrant who was brought from another part of the state not quite so well watered and cared for, actually, by comparison to the hills of the East Bay, rather ugly and over-paved (sorry Steve), and who was encouraged at a state institution to view the United States as "a violent white supremacist settler empire whose only fate is annihilation.”

    I'm sure we'll learn more in the course of criminal proceedings, if we follow them, whether there was any prior relationship between Ms. Inman and They. But I could very much see how Ms. Inman would have represented, by her very existence, where she lived, and what she did, something that They could have hated, and could have been taught to hate, passionately.

    Interesting analysis and I enjoyed it because it brings back a lot memories, but I think the story is rather simpler than that. The scenarios depend on whether he knew Ms. Inman.

    If he did not, then the narrative we have so far is that at one point Gomez lived in this house, and was presumably discharged. Bearing a grudge against the two women who lived there, he encountered one and stabbed her. Then he went to the other location and stabbed Inman. This doesn’t explain how person #1 got up to the North side, however. Under this scenario, the perp flipped out because he couldn’t get housing for Winter Quarter (I assume they still do quarters there?), and it escalated.

    Alternatively, he knew Inman but was still enraged about housing, etc.

    Ms. Inman (and the other ladies at the Lafayette Petting Zoo) seemed like a nice lady. It’s too bad she was killed. As for Gomez, I assume that his gender confusion will only increase in the coming years.

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    Berkeley is on the semester system (one of only two UC's on it, along with Merced, though all the professional schools are as well).

    I don't know that They needed to know who she was, but might have been set off by what she represented. A dreadlocked, smiley, white hippie girl at Telegraph and Ashby is sort of a distinctly Berkeley archetype, one associated more with the town than the campus. They might have been set off by that. The OP is speculating whether or not this was a hate crime.
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  124. @Neoconned
    I don't buy the story this dolly do-getter didn't know the crazy Latino tranny psycho.

    Probably either dated him pre mental breakdown and/or was his "friend" & either did drugs w him and or was his confidant.

    Women like that goofy "heart to heart" shit learning about everybody's dramaand being nosy busybodies.

    Like Whiskey puts it, she was a "nice white lady" & this psycho probably made her tingle.

    I guess we’ll find out the whole story eventually. For what it’s worth, I have known many women like Ms. Inman and they nearly always dated tall White guys from middle-class backgrounds. These men might have been a bit goofy and New Agey, but they were not mentally ill. I can’t see a puny mestizo freak like “they” making them tingle. (I did have a hippy-dippy female friend who married a Muslim man from North Africa, but he was a mentally stable, sensible, fairly conservative man who thought most SJWs were nuts. He was also a handsome, dapper fellow, not an ugly runt like “they”.)

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    Small world, I have a hippy-dippy female friend (who looks a lot like Ms. Inman) who also married an African Muslim man, and yeah, he definitely was not to be confused with They. (There was an unkind though trenchant commenter on the Youtube video of They who said They looked like a Zika baby.)
    , @Francis G.
    LOL. I hastily typed my reply and then inserted the "These men..." sentence without checking to make sure pronouns still matched their antecedents. In either case, though, I stand by my statement: There is no way Gomez Jr ever elicited tingles from anyone, male or female, gay or straight. And that, I suspect, was the source of his rage.
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  125. @jackson
    Tom Steyer is a Jewish hedge fund manager and 'environmentalist' who thinks doubling the number of Latinxs in California is a great idea. Was planning on running for CA gov up until Trump won.

    He seemed pretty fond of “They”..

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  126. @SPMoore8
    Interesting analysis and I enjoyed it because it brings back a lot memories, but I think the story is rather simpler than that. The scenarios depend on whether he knew Ms. Inman.

    If he did not, then the narrative we have so far is that at one point Gomez lived in this house, and was presumably discharged. Bearing a grudge against the two women who lived there, he encountered one and stabbed her. Then he went to the other location and stabbed Inman. This doesn't explain how person #1 got up to the North side, however. Under this scenario, the perp flipped out because he couldn't get housing for Winter Quarter (I assume they still do quarters there?), and it escalated.

    Alternatively, he knew Inman but was still enraged about housing, etc.

    Ms. Inman (and the other ladies at the Lafayette Petting Zoo) seemed like a nice lady. It's too bad she was killed. As for Gomez, I assume that his gender confusion will only increase in the coming years.

    Berkeley is on the semester system (one of only two UC’s on it, along with Merced, though all the professional schools are as well).

    I don’t know that They needed to know who she was, but might have been set off by what she represented. A dreadlocked, smiley, white hippie girl at Telegraph and Ashby is sort of a distinctly Berkeley archetype, one associated more with the town than the campus. They might have been set off by that. The OP is speculating whether or not this was a hate crime.

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    OK, then they changed the arrangement since I was there 40 odd years ago. However, the back story is that the guy lived in the house where the murder took place, and that apparently the girl who lived was stabbed first, and then he is supposed to have gone to the second place (the place where he once lived) and acted out. We'll get the details in good time.

    I wouldn't call it a hate crime. At least during the time I knew the campus, from about 1966 through the late 70's, the locals, hippies, and students were all mixed together. And while Emilie was probably a hippie type, so was Gomez, in a way, and they were both students, if only Gomez at Berkeley. So I am not feeling this tension. But perhaps that has changed also.
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  127. @Francis G.
    I guess we'll find out the whole story eventually. For what it's worth, I have known many women like Ms. Inman and they nearly always dated tall White guys from middle-class backgrounds. These men might have been a bit goofy and New Agey, but they were not mentally ill. I can't see a puny mestizo freak like "they" making them tingle. (I did have a hippy-dippy female friend who married a Muslim man from North Africa, but he was a mentally stable, sensible, fairly conservative man who thought most SJWs were nuts. He was also a handsome, dapper fellow, not an ugly runt like "they".)

    Small world, I have a hippy-dippy female friend (who looks a lot like Ms. Inman) who also married an African Muslim man, and yeah, he definitely was not to be confused with They. (There was an unkind though trenchant commenter on the Youtube video of They who said They looked like a Zika baby.)

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    Does your friend's first name start with a "V"?
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  128. @Francis G.
    I guess we'll find out the whole story eventually. For what it's worth, I have known many women like Ms. Inman and they nearly always dated tall White guys from middle-class backgrounds. These men might have been a bit goofy and New Agey, but they were not mentally ill. I can't see a puny mestizo freak like "they" making them tingle. (I did have a hippy-dippy female friend who married a Muslim man from North Africa, but he was a mentally stable, sensible, fairly conservative man who thought most SJWs were nuts. He was also a handsome, dapper fellow, not an ugly runt like "they".)

    LOL. I hastily typed my reply and then inserted the “These men…” sentence without checking to make sure pronouns still matched their antecedents. In either case, though, I stand by my statement: There is no way Gomez Jr ever elicited tingles from anyone, male or female, gay or straight. And that, I suspect, was the source of his rage.

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  129. @Thomas
    Small world, I have a hippy-dippy female friend (who looks a lot like Ms. Inman) who also married an African Muslim man, and yeah, he definitely was not to be confused with They. (There was an unkind though trenchant commenter on the Youtube video of They who said They looked like a Zika baby.)

    Does your friend’s first name start with a “V”?

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    No. C.
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  130. @Thomas
    Berkeley is on the semester system (one of only two UC's on it, along with Merced, though all the professional schools are as well).

    I don't know that They needed to know who she was, but might have been set off by what she represented. A dreadlocked, smiley, white hippie girl at Telegraph and Ashby is sort of a distinctly Berkeley archetype, one associated more with the town than the campus. They might have been set off by that. The OP is speculating whether or not this was a hate crime.

    OK, then they changed the arrangement since I was there 40 odd years ago. However, the back story is that the guy lived in the house where the murder took place, and that apparently the girl who lived was stabbed first, and then he is supposed to have gone to the second place (the place where he once lived) and acted out. We’ll get the details in good time.

    I wouldn’t call it a hate crime. At least during the time I knew the campus, from about 1966 through the late 70′s, the locals, hippies, and students were all mixed together. And while Emilie was probably a hippie type, so was Gomez, in a way, and they were both students, if only Gomez at Berkeley. So I am not feeling this tension. But perhaps that has changed also.

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    It has changed. There are some students who go with the hippie thing out in town, but they're a subculture. Most of the students, at least the undergraduates, are like UC undergraduates anywhere: there to earn a degree in 4 years (Berkeley is now about 40% Asian, and there aren't a lot of hippie-aspirants coming in from Guangdong or Bengal). The majority are not involved in either campus activism or the hippie subculture (mostly because they have no time). You can bet Gomez Jr. was getting class credit for Their activist activities.

    I wouldn't characterize Gomez or anyone else involved in contemporary campus politics as likely to be hippie-types. Yes, both they and hippies are likely to be political leftists by default, but hippies are more "act local" types, or else involved in things like Black Rock (with an environmental and "noble savage" bent), rather than hardcore identity politics. Bay Area hippies are, mostly, pretty happy (so long as they can make their rent with the area's horrendous cost of living or otherwise find a place to crash). Campus activist nuts are very, very angry. If you were to go back 40 years, it would be the distinction between hippies and the New Left.

    , @Jack D
    I wonder what tipped they over the edge was something to do with Bay Area housing costs? Maybe they were going to evict they from their hippie digs and they couldn't find anywhere to live?
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  131. @Francis G.
    Does your friend's first name start with a "V"?

    No. C.

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  132. @SPMoore8
    OK, then they changed the arrangement since I was there 40 odd years ago. However, the back story is that the guy lived in the house where the murder took place, and that apparently the girl who lived was stabbed first, and then he is supposed to have gone to the second place (the place where he once lived) and acted out. We'll get the details in good time.

    I wouldn't call it a hate crime. At least during the time I knew the campus, from about 1966 through the late 70's, the locals, hippies, and students were all mixed together. And while Emilie was probably a hippie type, so was Gomez, in a way, and they were both students, if only Gomez at Berkeley. So I am not feeling this tension. But perhaps that has changed also.

    It has changed. There are some students who go with the hippie thing out in town, but they’re a subculture. Most of the students, at least the undergraduates, are like UC undergraduates anywhere: there to earn a degree in 4 years (Berkeley is now about 40% Asian, and there aren’t a lot of hippie-aspirants coming in from Guangdong or Bengal). The majority are not involved in either campus activism or the hippie subculture (mostly because they have no time). You can bet Gomez Jr. was getting class credit for Their activist activities.

    I wouldn’t characterize Gomez or anyone else involved in contemporary campus politics as likely to be hippie-types. Yes, both they and hippies are likely to be political leftists by default, but hippies are more “act local” types, or else involved in things like Black Rock (with an environmental and “noble savage” bent), rather than hardcore identity politics. Bay Area hippies are, mostly, pretty happy (so long as they can make their rent with the area’s horrendous cost of living or otherwise find a place to crash). Campus activist nuts are very, very angry. If you were to go back 40 years, it would be the distinction between hippies and the New Left.

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    "Black Rock" should have read "Standing Rock."
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  133. @Thomas
    It has changed. There are some students who go with the hippie thing out in town, but they're a subculture. Most of the students, at least the undergraduates, are like UC undergraduates anywhere: there to earn a degree in 4 years (Berkeley is now about 40% Asian, and there aren't a lot of hippie-aspirants coming in from Guangdong or Bengal). The majority are not involved in either campus activism or the hippie subculture (mostly because they have no time). You can bet Gomez Jr. was getting class credit for Their activist activities.

    I wouldn't characterize Gomez or anyone else involved in contemporary campus politics as likely to be hippie-types. Yes, both they and hippies are likely to be political leftists by default, but hippies are more "act local" types, or else involved in things like Black Rock (with an environmental and "noble savage" bent), rather than hardcore identity politics. Bay Area hippies are, mostly, pretty happy (so long as they can make their rent with the area's horrendous cost of living or otherwise find a place to crash). Campus activist nuts are very, very angry. If you were to go back 40 years, it would be the distinction between hippies and the New Left.

    “Black Rock” should have read “Standing Rock.”

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  134. @SPMoore8
    OK, then they changed the arrangement since I was there 40 odd years ago. However, the back story is that the guy lived in the house where the murder took place, and that apparently the girl who lived was stabbed first, and then he is supposed to have gone to the second place (the place where he once lived) and acted out. We'll get the details in good time.

    I wouldn't call it a hate crime. At least during the time I knew the campus, from about 1966 through the late 70's, the locals, hippies, and students were all mixed together. And while Emilie was probably a hippie type, so was Gomez, in a way, and they were both students, if only Gomez at Berkeley. So I am not feeling this tension. But perhaps that has changed also.

    I wonder what tipped they over the edge was something to do with Bay Area housing costs? Maybe they were going to evict they from their hippie digs and they couldn’t find anywhere to live?

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  135. 50/50 or worse he gets off on an insanity plea. The deranged neo-Stalinists who run the legal system in California and the Bay Area in particular must already be chomping at the bit to come up with a new creative legal strategy, I can see it now, “post-colonial genderist pigmented oppression” syndrome. Don’t laugh, consult the evidence of mental illness on the part of the judiciary itself in the stunning expose “The Gates of Gomorrah” by an MD who works at the Napa State Hospital where insane convicts are sent. They are permitted to refuse all treatment as they choose, apparently on the strange theory that despite being legally insane they are seen as still exercising free choice even in the face of the judgment of the mental health professionals. Napa has been a notorious hot spot for all manner of horrific crimes committed by these people against both staff and other inmates. (So terrible the MD declined to describe the circumstances of the most recent killing of a staff member on his presentation on CSpan BookTV.) The “rights” of the criminally insane obviate the reasonable precautions that would otherwise be taken to protect staff and other “patients”.

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  136. @Dr. X
    Nothing demonstrates your opposition to violence, colonialism, imperialism, and the "extrajudicial murder of black people" like killing someone, eh?

    Well, at least I guess it's a good thing that California has such strict gun control laws, because otherwise maybe the Hispanic tranny would have shot the white hippie chick instead of stabbing her. And if he had shot her, then she'd be deader than she is.

    See how much sense left-wing logic makes?

    What the fuck is wrong with you commenting stuff like that? That hippie chick is someone’s daughter! She was a beautiful person who lost her life because of some freak trying to prove that black life’s matter! (Black life’s do matter, and so do white life’s) Have some couth asshole!

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  137. @Bernie
    This is near the town where I live. I went to a local blog to comment but a heartening number of responses already mentioned that it is likely a hoax. My white neighbors are SWPL types to a man - so that tells me less and less people are fooled by black and Muslim hoaxers.

    I saw it on the nightly local news, it is no hoax!

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    And of course we all know the nightly news never uncritically repeats hoaxers' stories. The nightly news is famous for its meticulous investigations and skeptical frame of mind, especially concerning whitey's racist behavior.
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  138. @Megan
    I saw it on the nightly local news, it is no hoax!

    And of course we all know the nightly news never uncritically repeats hoaxers’ stories. The nightly news is famous for its meticulous investigations and skeptical frame of mind, especially concerning whitey’s racist behavior.

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