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In the New York Times news section, the NYT spins as fast as it can:

Talladega Noose Incident Puts Spotlight on NASCAR’s Troubles With Racism

Although investigators determined that the knot was not meant as a hate crime targeting Bubba Wallace, the auto racing giant has long had complaints of racist behavior from people within the sport.

By Juliet Macur and Alan Blinder
June 24, 2020
Updated 8:21 p.m. ET

Darrell Wallace Jr. said he was relieved to hear the F.B.I. say he had not been the target of a hate crime at Talladega Superspeedway last weekend, after a noose hanging in his garage stall was found to have been there since at least last fall.

It was never even a noose. A noose is intended to tighten as it’s pulled on. This was a fixed-size loop at the end of the garage door pull rope that would not tighten.

In a statement on Twitter on Wednesday, Wallace, known as Bubba, thanked NASCAR and the F.B.I. for taking the threat seriously. “We’ll gladly take a little embarrassment over what the alternatives could have been,” said Wallace, the sole black driver in NASCAR’s top series.

The national turmoil over race and serial injustice has complicated both Wallace’s reaction and the public’s response to the F.B.I.’s findings. With the government’s investigation closed and no charges filed, Wallace has found himself all but forced to defend himself from baseless speculation that he or his supporters staged the incident to garner publicity.

Baseless, baseless I tell you!

While NASCAR characterized the noose as a pull rope for a garage door that was “fashioned like a noose,” some people insisted the noose was just a rope with a handle, and that Wallace and stock-car racing executives had overreacted. Wallace said on NBC’s “Today” show on Wednesday that the noose was not functional, but that the sight of it “makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up.”

The debate over the episode was hardly deterred by the timeline of the case, the Justice Department’s conclusions or the history of a sport that long has battled racism both inside and outside of the garage, including by fans who proudly flew the Confederate flag at competitions until Wallace called for NASCAR to ban it on June 8. NASCAR barred the battle flag two days later.

Well, sure, the NASCAR officials accused their fans of racism in this giant Wild Noose Chase fiasco were being prejudiced, but they had good reasons for their bigotry. Good reasons!

Wallace wasn’t the first person to notice the noose in his garage, or even the fourth. The accounts of Wallace and others within NASCAR indicated that he was at least the fifth person to be made aware of the noose after it was found on Sunday, and that he first learned about it from Steve Phelps, NASCAR’s president.

According to racing officials, a member of Wallace’s crew noticed the suspicious rope and reported it to Jerry Baxter, the crew chief and a fixture of the sport. Baxter alerted Jay Fabian, a senior NASCAR official. Ultimately, Phelps met Wallace at the driver’s motor home and tearfully told him what had been found.

Tom Wolfe would have found the “tearfully” part over the top.

F.B.I. agents traveled to Talladega, less than an hour’s drive from Birmingham, and began reviewing evidence. A crucial clue was an assertion on Monday morning by an employee of Wood Brothers Racing, another NASCAR team, that he had noticed the tied rope at a race last fall, long before Wallace had been assigned to the garage stall for this week’s Geico 500.

Through a spokeswoman, the United States attorney for the Northern District of Alabama, Jay E. Town, declined to be interviewed on Wednesday. But the Justice Department said Tuesday that officials were certain that the noose had been in the garage since at least October, and that “nobody could have known Mr. Wallace would be assigned to garage No. 4” that far in advance.

“The 43 team had nothing to do with this,” Phelps said in a teleconference, referring to Wallace’s Richard Petty Motorsports team. He said that NASCAR was still investigating who might have tied the noose last year, or perhaps even earlier.

Video from last year shows a similar loop tied on the garage door pull rope last year.

Hate crime hoaxes are extraordinarily rare.

Sure they are…

Just 11 of more than 7,000 reported hate crimes in 2018 turned out to be deliberately false reports, according to data compiled by the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino.

And if they wouldn’t mislead you, who would?

But researchers said that when potential hate crimes, reported in good faith, are found not to have been plainly motivated by bias or malevolence, observers are often quick to react with skepticism — and sometimes false arguments — particularly online.

“We are now in a world today where conspiracy theories have greater currency than facts and patience,” said Brian Levin, a former New York City police officer who is now the director of the San Bernardino center. “This has become a game of gotcha rather than an earnest search for truth.”

Shadowy online rightwingers pounce!

There was good reason for Wallace and his team to be sensitive to anything that could be perceived as racist. His own parents were concerned for his safety after he spoke out this month, saying the Confederate flag was a symbol of hate, and not heritage. Those safety concerns were focused on the reaction of fans in the predominantly white sport, but history has shown that racism also exists inside the stock-car circuit.

In early 1999, David Scott, one of two black crew members in NASCAR, described in a news report that other crew members often called him names like Leroy and Lemont, and also called him racial slurs.

“I expected that coming here,” Scott, who drove the motor home for a top owner, told The Orlando Sentinel. “I just figure that’s the way it is.”

That harassment culminated with an incident in July 1999 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, according to a lawsuit Scott filed against NASCAR in 2006. Two white employees of top NASCAR drivers showed up at the door of his motor home, and one had pulled a pillowcase over his head to impersonate a Ku Klux Klan member, the suit said. When Scott opened the door, the two men screamed.

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One of the men said, “Hey, Scotty, we wanted to light the grass on fire so it would give it a better effect.” About 10 other motor home drivers witnessed the incident and laughed, the lawsuit said. Scott feared for his life.

“What happened with Bubba is bringing back a lot of bad memories for both of us,” Scott said on Wednesday, adding that his wife, Deirdre, worked for NASCAR in the licensing department until 2003. “We’ve lost a lot of sleep over the last few days.”

The two white men involved in the incident were fired, and NASCAR reminded teams that it had a zero-tolerance policy for racism. Scott’s lawsuit in 2006 claimed that the association had not given him a job he had been promised, which was supposed to protect him from the harassment he had faced working for a team in the garage area. A judge dismissed the case in 2008, the same year NASCAR settled a separate lawsuit involving the first black woman to work as a NASCAR technical official.

That official, Mauricia Grant, sued NASCAR for $225 million for racial discrimination, sexual harassment and wrongful termination. In her lawsuit, Grant, who went by the first name Mo, said she endured “virulently racist comments” and “ugly racist bigotry” by co-workers who called her names like “Nappy Headed Mo,” “Mohammed” and “Simpleton.” Some fellow officials discussed the Ku Klux Klan, she said, and it scared her. Her colleagues often made her work outside, the suit said, telling her that she would not sunburn because she was black, and would say she was “on colored-people time” if she was late.

Grant, who didn’t respond to messages, once rode in a car with another official at Talladega who told her to duck. According to court documents, he said, “I don’t want to start a riot when these fans see a black woman in my car.” Another official at Talladega, according to the lawsuit, “jokingly” threatened to sic the garage’s bomb-sniffing dog on Grant because she could be perceived as a criminal.

While Wallace hasn’t directly faced similar daily racism within NASCAR, he has acknowledged that whatever he does or says will be placed under a microscope and criticized by fans who might not want him to be in the sport. While enduring the backlash from the noose episode, he has had to remind himself that he can’t please everybody.

“I will always have haters,” Wallace said on CNN.

 
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  1. Anon[234] • Disclaimer says:

    BLM PEDOPHILE CONNECTION

    BLM —“black lives matter”
    BLM —“Better life monthly” a monthly magazine published in the 1970s dedicated to promotion of paedophilia. Most information has been scrubbed from the internet recently but some remaining here :
    https://www.worldcat.org/title/better-life-monthly/oclc/298116730

    Here:
    http://lcweb4.loc.gov/service/ll/pdbs/pdbs13a/PDBS_300_test/00183854112/00000093.txt

    CHAZ —-” Capital hill autonomous zone”

    TAZ—“TEmporary autonomous zone ”

    An idea coined by notorious paedophile , Hakim Bey aka Peter Lamborne Wilson . He was given good press by NPR ( national public radio).

    https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1338847

    https://libcom.org/book/export/html/1455

    • Replies: @Clifford Brown
  2. Bubba Wallace, best race card driver ever.

  3. Today, if you’re a black celebrity, having white haters is good business sense. The big plus here, of course, is that the white haters never have to be real. Everyone will know, in fact, they aren’t.

    • Replies: @Mr. Grey
  4. anon[299] • Disclaimer says:

    NASCAR peaked in popularity in 2005 at the height of the Bush bubble. It’s been in major decline since then, and it’s now desperately trying to jump on the liberal anti-racism bandwagon in the hope that this will make it relevant and popular again.

    • Replies: @Charlotte
    , @Jane Plain
  5. HenryA says:

    I guess the death of NASCAR will fall into the category of black on white crime.

  6. Anonymous[271] • Disclaimer says:

    Right here, right now, I’d like to ask all white people, and Jews, to consider taking a moment of your time, and try to put yourself in a Black man’s shoes, for once… in your goddamned… mutha fuckin… LIVES!!

    If you do, I’m willing to bet that a specific question will arise. A question that has NEVER occupied space in your minds for your ENTIRE LIVES!

    That question will be: “How on God’s green earth have Black people managed to be BORN and RAISED in these United States, and deal with white and Jews bullshit day to day, without LOSING they MUTHA fuckin MINDS?!!!

    https://mobile.twitter.com/w_terrence/status/1275908782607020032

  7. …fans who proudly flew the Confederate flag at competitions until Wallace called for NASCAR to ban it on June 8. NASCAR barred the battle flag two days later.

    They can always wave the Stars and Bars. No one will recognize that, for a while, anyway. The Battle Flag just represents poor, white soldiers, forced to fight to the death while dishonest planters let their colored pets sit at home and drink and gamble.

    The SOB S&B is the real symbol of the dishonest Southern legend of efficient, unsubsidized Negro labour slavery.

    The biggest secret in US history has to be the amount they paid the poor white men who had to go into the fields at night and finish the work the blacks didn’t. It had to be far less than the Irish serfs in northern factories, if the plantations were to make a profit.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Chris Mallory
  8. His own parents were concerned for his safety after he spoke out this month, saying the Confederate flag was a symbol of hate, and not heritage.

    Yet another jussie parallel. Jussie said that the racists were gunning for him because he was such a harsh critic of Trump.

  9. Lot says:

    “Shines spotlight” is the preferred MSM headline when the facts aren’t helping them, but they still want to wank about racism.

    Many more examples here:

    https://duckduckgo.com/?q=%22shines+spotlight%22+racism&ia=web

  10. It wasn’t a noose or a racist incident, but there is still a Racism Problem. The Law of Conservation of Racism. Racism, like energy, can never diminish.

    • Agree: Charlotte
  11. JohnnyD says:

    From what I read, Bubba Wallace is just a spoiled brat, who’s used to always getting his way. He can’t accept the fact that he’s a mediocre driver at best, so he’s blaming imaginary racists for his inability to compete. And the media is hyping this because it gives them another chance to beat up on white southerners.

    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
  12. Cortes says:

    Maybe all those old folks with “Covid” in Governor Cuomo’s lockdown in the retirement homes were hanged?

  13. wren says:

    Perhaps one day someone will realize that the “game” of basketball actually comes from an underground religious ritual, worshipping the symbolism of the hangman’s noose, which is in fact designed to lead its “players” to their own sacrificial symbolic hangings.

    The “refs” are actually the hangman and the symbolism of the stripes on their religious clothing connotes the bars on the cages that the players must attempt to escape from yet ultimately obey.

    The secret basilica of the cult is located at 620, 8th ave, as, obviously, 6+2+0 (The sign of the “hoop”) =8 and 8 symbolizing the two “infinite nooses,” on either side of the “court.” The bars on the building further indicate the “cage” symbolism.

    This “88” symbolizes that no matter where you travel on the “court,” (which is life) you will never escape the sacred infinite noose waiting for you at the end. This “88” symbol has been hijacked by other religions too.

    The underground priests of the cult are known as “nyt journalists” who practice the sacraments in secrecy (at nyt/night) and will disavow any connection to unbelievers.

    Yet, ultimately they warship at the altar of the noose.

    • Thanks: snorlax
  14. Jon says:

    While Wallace hasn’t directly faced similar daily racism within NASCAR, he has acknowledged that whatever he does or says will be placed under a microscope and criticized by fans who might not want him to be in the sport. While enduring the backlash from the noose episode, he has had to remind himself that he can’t please everybody.

    Hahaha, even the NY Times has to admit that Wallace isn’t actually being discriminated against by anybody. But being criticized for pulling a Smollett, well that’s a pretty tough burden to have to bare, as well. Let’s give the poor guy another big endorsement check.

    • Replies: @Charlotte
  15. Jon says:

    Hate crime hoaxes are extraordinarily rare.

    Considering how rare they are, it sure does seem like a string of bad luck that the hoaxes are always the ones the media focuses on.

  16. Anonymous[389] • Disclaimer says:

    Steve:

    Have a look at the way the New York Times wrote up its story today on the murder charges against the neighbors in the Ahmaud Arbery case.

  17. Wake up says:

    This guy Wallace is a fraud. Didn’t he notice Confederate Flags a long time ago? Why didn’t he say something as soon as he saw the Flags? Wallace is obviously looking for fame and money, just like Colin Kaepernick. Wallace is looking to get paid for his “pain and suffering”.

    • Replies: @JR.ewing.78
  18. Anonymous[389] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    The biggest secret in US history has to be the amount they paid the poor white men who had to go into the fields at night and finish the work the blacks didn’t.

    Is this true?

    Even if it’s a joke, can you recommend a good text on the productivity of labor in the antebellum South? What makes you think the productivity of blacks was poor?

    • Replies: @anon
  19. Anonymous[146] • Disclaimer says:

    Yet another in the NYT’s endless series of “Dear FWP, here’s how you should be thinking about this Important Issue of the Day!”

  20. ic1000 says:

    I’m dizzy.

    > The debate over the episode was hardly deterred by the timeline of the case…

    Said in a deep voice, that sentence sounds impressive. Does a timeline deterring a debate actually mean something?

    > A crucial clue was an assertion on Monday morning by an employee of Wood Brothers Racing, another NASCAR team, that he had noticed the tied rope at a race last fall

    Maybe the Wood Brothers employee reads The Last Refuge blog, and saw the pictures in Sundance’s posts showing pull ropes in bays 4 and 5, last November and now? Presumably each of the bays has a pull rope with a loop.

    > [Readers who get their news from the NYT agree that] Hate crime hoaxes are extraordinarily rare.

    > In 1999… in 2006… in 2008

    I’m not very good at arithmetic. How long ago were those hot-off-the-presses precedents for hateful life-threatening racism that have Wallace fearing for his life?

    I hear that NASCAR is also behind last year’s resurgence of redlining.

    • Replies: @Patrick in SC
  21. Some fellow officials discussed the Ku Klux Klan, she said, and it scared her.

    What the hell does that mean? What did they actually say? Why was she scared? Sum it up in four or five additional words. Maddening.

    • Replies: @vhrm
  22. eee says:

    I wonder if when a black or a Jew is found to have been the one spray painting slurs or swastikas if they still count it as a hate crime and not a hoax. It is probably still charged as a hate crime.

    • Replies: @HammerJack
  23. So, will they have a AI camera to view all incoming flags to determine if they are tainted by the stink of the Confederacy?

  24. JimB says:

    It was never even a noose. A noose is intended to tighten as it’s pulled on.

    Pole hanging, a variation of the short drop favored in Eastern Europe, used a fixed loop. Maybe this is a hate crime against Hungarians.

    • LOL: Gabe Ruth
    • Replies: @JimB
  25. anon[118] • Disclaimer says:

    “I will always have haters,” Wallace said on CNN.

    Funny thing, I had never heard of this guy because I don’t follow NASCAR. I’d never heard of Jussie Smollet until last year’s Polar Vortex. Then I learned that I despised him.

    Progress! Now in Current Year I have contempt for both of these despicable liars.

  26. Buroaker says:

    Darrell Wallace Sr is white?

    Says here Darrell Sr was in African Heritage Society and enthnicity is
    African American

    https://www.dreshare.com/darrell-wallace-sr/#Early_Life

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    , @Sam Haysom
    , @ES
  27. Anon[218] • Disclaimer says:

    ESPN.

    Two days back the ESPN mobile website had two stories on NASCAR’s phoney noose non-incident.

    The site had a third story about Ahrmad Aubery’s “football family” and how they would never leave him.

    The site had a fourth story featuring that lesbian olympic soccer player, Russell Wilson, and
    another black female athlete all dressed in Black Lives Matter shirts.

    Espn is going to chase off white viewers in real numbers. Nobody watches sports to be preached to. There are other hobbies.

  28. Odd that a journalist would use the term “baseless “ – isn’t it their job to find out if something has a basis?

  29. @ic1000

    The debate over the episode was hardly deterred by the timeline of the case…

    It’s New York Times gobbledigoop; mixing time and tense to create a word salad which sounds profound but says nothing.

    They’re trying to accomplish two things:

    1) The “debate” has not been “deterred”: Meaning liberal “journalists” who hate NASCAR and its core fanbase have not been deterred even though they’ve been caught red-handed telling a lie to smear those people. It’s like “Russian” interference. The lack of evidence of collusion or even what this collusion accomplished is secondary to the fact that there have been millions of words written by liberals about it so the “controversy rages on,” undeterred, despite the like of findings in the Mueller Report and elsewhere.

    2) The “timeline”: The only flaw in the story is the minor matter of time. There was a “noose” – well, a rope with a loop in it – and Mr. Wallace is now upset about it. Noose. Upset black guy. Boom! There’s your story.

    The fact that the thing had been hanging there for months if not years and never bothered anyone previously and was obviously not directed at Mr. Wallace are minor matters. In fact, the fact that the “noose” was there for such a long time merely serves to highlight the lengthy history of NASCAR fans hanging black people in the garage area with miniature nooses! See!

    • Replies: @G. Poulin
  30. J.Ross says:

    What do you get when you live in a society and you believe BLM’s lies?
    You get what you deserve.

    Woke community pledges to not call cops or cooperate with prosecutions, and somehow they subsequently got robbed, probably by white supremacists

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/24/us/minneapolis-george-floyd-police.html

    Mitchell Erickson’s fingers began dialing 911 last week before he had a chance to even consider alternatives, when two black teenagers who looked to be 15, at most, cornered him outside his home a block away from the park.

    One of the boys pointed a gun at Mr. Erickson’s chest, demanding his car keys.

    Flustered, Mr. Erickson handed over a set, but it turned out to be house keys. The teenagers got frustrated and ran off, then stole a different car down the street.

    Mr. Erickson said later that he would not cooperate with prosecutors in a case against the boys. After the altercation, he realized that if there was anything he wanted, it was to offer them help. But he still felt it had been right to call the authorities because there was a gun involved.

    Two days after an initial conversation, his position had evolved. “Been thinking more about it,” he wrote in a text message. “I regret calling the police. It was my instinct but I wish it hadn’t been. I put those boys in danger of death by calling the cops.”

    What about the fact that the boys had put his life in danger?
    “Yeah I know and yeah it was scary but the cops didn’t really have much to add after I called them,” he replied.
    “I haven’t been forced to think like this before. So I would have lost my car. So what? At least no one would have been killed.”

    Concluded Mitchell, “have you seen how those people live? They should steal from us!”

    • Replies: @anon
  31. @eee

    Wonder no more; it’s been documented many times on this very blog. Use the search function. Even the Jewish kid who phoned in over two thousand bomb threats to synagogues, Jewish community centres, El Al, etc got them all counted as hate crimes. Score!

    “Michael Kadar” btw

  32. @Buroaker

    Look at the pictures. The father is white.

  33. Just 11 of more than 7,000 reported hate crimes in 2018 turned out to be deliberately false reports, according to data compiled by the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino.

    But what do the rest amount to? Last year in the Spectator Rod Liddle had a look at some of the burgeoning hate crime in the UK and discovered that the complaints included the following:
    –having a road accident with a remembrance poppy in the car window.
    — a bus driver giving someone a ‘racist look’
    — a dog crapping racistly on a pavement
    and best of all
    — a white man smoking in a racist manner.

    If anyone knows what racist smoking amounts to, I’d like to give it a try.

    “I will always have haters,” Wallace said on CNN.

    Like they say, the common denominator in all your problems is you.

    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
  34. Mr. Anon says:
    @jimmyriddle

    Student mistakes lab equpment for a Klan meeting:

    Best reply to the incident:

    “I would laugh but these people will be preparing my coffee incorrectly in a few years.”

    • Thanks: Gabe Ruth
    • Replies: @Escher
  35. Anon[226] • Disclaimer says:

    OT: Video commentary from a leftist about Tina Fey’s weird obsession with race in her work. Not mentioned is that she also wrote episodes with blackface in them:

  36. Anonymous[153] • Disclaimer says:

  37. @Anon

    People should sever ties with all leftist-captured institutions and take up hobbies by themselves or with trusted friends.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  38. @HammerJack

    ‘…Fake race war.’

    The race war is real enough. It’s just not what the media says it is.

    https://colinwrightssite.wordpress.com/2020/06/23/fantasy-and-reality/

  39. anon[251] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    What makes you think the productivity of blacks was poor?

    What in your entire life’s experience makes you think it wasn’t?

  40. @Buroaker

    I have no idea what that site is but it repeatedly jumps between relaying biographic details about the dad and the son. It’s like if Plutarch’s parallel lives just jumbled up the details and wrote a joint biography as one composite biography of two different people.

    But honestly like Steve said use your eyes.

  41. vhrm says:
    @larry lurker

    What the hell does that mean? What did they actually say? Why was she scared? Sum it up in four or five additional words. Maddening.

    Wait a second. This NYT article is discussing the Ku Klux Klan right now!

    I’m scared! I need an FBI agent and/or lawsuit and/or settlement

  42. @Wake up

    He’s like the people who buy a house next to the airport and then complain about the noise.

    Wait just a second, these people and these things were here LOOOOONNNNG before you were. Who says you get a vote on whether to change any of it?

    Why not…. you know…. win a few races first and get some clout before you start calling the shots?

    I mean, seriously, this guy just pisses me off for the audacity of it all. Who the hell does he think he is?

    (rhetorical question, I know who he thinks he is: he’s the Magic Negro and he’s 100% correct in his understanding of his unearned yet still existent privilege)

  43. Anon[195] • Disclaimer says:

    OT

    A group of online academics is try trying to cancel Jonathan Haidt, he of the Heterodox Academy and Coddling of the American Mind. One of the group is the weirdly autistic behaving (vd. Youtube) UC Berkeley psychology professor @celestekidd, which led me to her husband @spiantado, also a UC Berkeley professor who has been on an “IQ is bullshit” tweetstorm recently.

    It’s good that guys like him are making specific criticisms of IQ, even if in this case he seems to not know he is reinventing the (square) wheel. This is an Overton window shift from the deplatforming/“I can’t hear you nah nah nah”/“Galton Hitler Racist Pioneer Fund!” level of the debate until recently.

    An anti-IQ psych professor better read-up on the subject does some damage control here:

  44. MBlanc46 says:
    @Anonymous

    They haven’t managed to not lose their minds. They’re all nuts.

  45. anonymous[333] • Disclaimer says:

    I’m completely confused as to why the NYT is spending so much time on a rich black car dude, and so little of their resources devoted to a little black kids killer who apparently is still at large.

    I know a lot of Dems are going to make fun of me, but at this point, I don’t EVEN care.

    I say Little Black Kids Lives Matter!

  46. Anon87 says:

    Does anyone check who is writing the liberal junk at most print and video outlets? More and more it looks like some recent J-school grad who is completely ignorant about frankly most topics beyond today’s narcisstic grievance du jour. I look for a picture and see someone I wouldn’t trust with a restaurant recommendation, let alone deliver the news/policy. I wonder if dusty old boomer libs realize they are basically getting freshman Thanksgiving dinner diatribes from their “prestige” media? I wonder how much longer the NYT can coast on its brand?

  47. @Reg Cæsar

    The biggest secret in US history has to be the amount they paid the poor white men who had to go into the fields at night and finish the work the blacks didn’t.

    I had a relative that worked in the coal mines from the 1930s up until the 1970s. He always said “Hiring a black in the mines would mean a job for two white men. One to watch him to make sure he wasn’t stealing and one to follow behind him and fix everything he screwed up.”

    I always think of him when some idiot starts talking about poverty causing crime. He had to quit school at 8 to take care of his brothers and sisters when his mama died. At 13 his daddy remarried so he started doing odd jobs around the mines. He lived most of his first 25 years in coal camps being paid with company script. He would not eat rice because “We ate so much of it during the depression it makes me sick to look at it today.” Yet he would have died before he stole anything.

  48. @Anon

    They don’t need white viewers. In fact, they don’t need any viewers, that isn’t the business model. Their money comes from a chunk of base subscription fees: if you have cable, you pay them whether you watch their product or not.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
  49. Anon87 says:

    As long as we are on the topic of sports, does anyone care about MLB coming back? It kills me to say it, but I think I’m out. Yankees bailed on Kate Smith, the Cubs and Red Sox are überwöke, and I just read the Twins tore down a statue voluntarily for a 40 year old off color joke.

    Who knows what else I’ve missed, but I don’t know that I was to see rainbow kneeling on Opening Day. How far down the minor league chain do I have to go to just see a political free ballgame??

    With golf and Nascar now infected, is anything left? Boxing and horse racing seem ok for now. So much for college football being a “Red State” sport.

    • Replies: @vhrm
    , @Anonymous
  50. newrouter says:

    Bubba Wallace ” There be nooooses”

    Me: “I fart in your general direction”

  51. @PiltdownMan

    One wonders if there are any blacks who are productive and serious about their profession, who get tired and embarrassed by all the pandering and virtue-signalling?

    • Replies: @HammerJack
    , @PiltdownMan
  52. Let’s see, this guy feared for his life when 2 jokers put pillow cases over the heads at his trailer? How does he feel doing 200 mph? He must be scared shitless.

    To prevent this sort of misunderstanding in the future, it’d be prudent for NASCAR to prohibit any kind of rope to allow manual operation of those garage doors. Just buy a back-up electrical generator for each garage and keep a mechanic on stand-by and spare parts for the electric openers. If all that fails, Bubba Wallace can just back out through the door. His car has got to have the power for that, and the way he drives, the car will look a lot worse anyway after a few laps.

  53. Wallace has been candid about his bouts with depression, the tears and turmoil stirred from lean results on the track and strife in his personal life. Wallace wasn’t sure how his family and fans would react when he recently unburdened himself to the public, his face buried in his hands and a catch in his throat as he noted with raw emotion his best, “ain’t damn good enough.”

    From May 2019.

    Watch for either a miraculous turnabout in form or a mental breakdown.

    • Replies: @danand
  54. J.Ross says:
    @Mike_from_SGV

    THIS, THIS, ALL OF MY THIS.

  55. Anon[238] • Disclaimer says:

    Who is really the victim of these crimes?

    Every time one of these gets traction, whites cower in fear. “What if this one is real? What are they going to do to us?”

    Meanwhile, the so-called victims go into an almost religious ecstacy. Blacks get more religious thrill from a frayed shoestring than third world Catholics get from seeing the Virgin Mary in the moss on the shady side of a building. Regardless of whether it is real or not, it is always a faith building event.

  56. Alfa158 says:
    @Anonymous

    Here’s some questions you can ponder.
    How can you be dumb enough to use the Anonymous pseudonym, then post your Twitter that has your photo and full name?
    Oh yeah, of course. Never mind; to ask the question is to answer it.
    How about if I imagine myself in the shoes of someone in an alternate America that decided to pick its own muthafuckin cotton?
    How about if you imagine yourself in the shoes of someone living in Mother Africa safely away from all this muthafuckin White And Jewish OHHpression? How about you do more than imagine it? How come half of them OHHpression free Africans are, for incomprehensible reasons, imagining themselves here, apparently preferring to be OHHpressed?

    • Replies: @HammerJack
    , @Glaivester
  57. Mr. Anon says:
    @The Germ Theory of Disease

    They don’t need white viewers. In fact, they don’t need any viewers, that isn’t the business model. Their money comes from a chunk of base subscription fees: if you have cable, you pay them whether you watch their product or not.

    Ala carte cable pricing would have been a winning issue for the GOP if they had passed it during Trump’s first or second year in office. It would have allowed cable customers to vote down a lot of liberal institutions with their pocket-book.

    But there’s a reason why the GOP is called the stupid party.

    • Agree: HammerJack
  58. I give up says:

    Nikole Hannah-Jones in the NYT Magazine has an article calling for reparations so black people can afford to move to a white neighborhood.

    It’s called, “What Is Owed”.

    • Replies: @bruce county
  59. Charlotte says:
    @anon

    Or are the corporate types just desperate to remain respectable among their woke corporate friends?

    I can’t imagine how they could think this is going to make NASCAR more popular. It was one of the few remaining bigtime sports that didn’t appear determined to beat fans over the head with their white privilege.

  60. PSR says:

    How nice would it be if both NASCAR and the New York Times instantly disappeared?

  61. @Alfa158

    Um, I’m not sure that one is serious..

    IM AT A RACIST HOTEL RIGHT NOW!

    I can’t believe what I’m dealing with right now! This is Torture & Abuse

    1. In case you are wondering how to get your blue check…

    2. TripAdvisor is actually full of reviews like this now 😉

  62. vhrm says:
    @Anon87

    i never really cared THAT much about football, basketball or baseball, but i’d at least watch a game here and there on TV and the Super Bowl, and some NBA playoff games. Now i’m actively avoiding them. Fortunately i just got rid of my Xfinity TV service two months ago so i’m no longer paying for ESPN and no longer paying the “local sports fee” which was like $8/month and the “local tv fee” which was also about the same. A lot of that money filtered through to NFL/NBA/MLB so glad i’m not doing that anymore.

    (also still generally boycotting Procter & Gamble for their crap Gillete SuperBowl ad ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Best_Men_Can_Be ) and Nike for their Kaepernick ads. )

  63. J1234 says:

    Steve said:

    It was never even a noose. A noose is intended to tighten as it’s pulled on. This was a fixed-size loop at the end of the garage door pull rope that would not tighten.

    Are there any photos of the noose? I googled and found nothing, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a photo, so somebody please post one if there is one. There are photos and videos of other atrocities against blacks. Why not the nooses? If this is going to tried in the court of public opinion, like all social justice cases from now on, we need to disseminate images of the offending object as widely as possible.

    From the article:

    While Wallace hasn’t directly faced similar daily racism within NASCAR, he has acknowledged that whatever he does or says will be placed under a microscope and criticized by fans who might not want him to be in the sport.

    I’d think white supremacist fans would love having so-so black drivers in NASCAR who are hailed as the among the greatest black NASCAR driver of all time.

    • Replies: @Altai
  64. @PiltdownMan

    Well, in fairness, she was in fact the most significant figure in the history of manned space flight. Right? Or were you just about to say something racist?

    Oh snap, I said “manned” didn’t I.

  65. @Mike_from_SGV

    I have known a couple, god bless ’em. And let me tell you, they were not happy that their voices–like ours–never quite made it into the “national conversation.”

  66. @Clifford Brown

    I’m tearing up…LMAO.. What a shit show.

  67. @Anon

    Tina Fey is funny. Race is a giant source of humor. Ergo, Tina Fey writes about race.

    • Agree: vhrm
    • Replies: @anon
  68. @I give up

    They did that in Detroit. Look how well that worked out. It worked so well they tried it in Baltimore.

  69. @Mike_from_SGV

    Back in the 1980s, when I started my career, the three or four black guys I ran into, at the division of the financial firm I worked in (of about 200 executive-track personnel) were mostly like that. Two were in accounting, and one guy was responsible for making mobile home loans in the South. There was a black woman in admin, though, who was a real drama queen. And that was in the era before the pandering started.

    I’m guessing they’re out there. Nobody panders to CPAs, so I’m guessing there’s a bunch of black folk in everyday, unexciting professions who just keep their heads down and go through life. But these days, they are vastly outnumbered by all the “diversity” hires into newly created positions, with virtue-signalling job titles, and no real economic value-add.

  70. Charlotte says:
    @Jon

    NYT reporters never fail to use their adverbs and adjectives to imply a contradictory meaning when the facts conflict with the Narrative.

    Note how the clause would read without directly, similar, and daily:

    While Wallace hasn’t directly faced similar daily racism within NASCAR,

    The reader is led to imagine that Wallace has faced racism, just not similar, direct, daily racism. And maybe he has—but it’s so much easier to just let your reader’s imaginations come up with the pesky details.

    • Thanks: Joseph Doaks
  71. Glaivester says: • Website
    @Alfa158

    I doubt that the guy who posted that is the guy in the Twitter post.

    The guy in the Twitter post is a Trump supporter and has made a few joke videos like that.

  72. Escher says:

    Wallace said on NBC’s “Today” show on Wednesday that the noose was not functional, but that the sight of it “makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up.”

    I thought it takes nerves of steel to drive one of those souped up cars at high speeds.

  73. Escher says:
    @Mr. Anon

    I would laugh but these people will be preparing my coffee incorrectly in a few years.

    “These people”? OMG dat rayciss.

    • Replies: @Anonymousse
  74. @Anon

    I ain’t clicking on that!

    But I did.

    The official newsletter of Better Life, an educational service organization serving the interests of pedophiles world-wide.

    We are not simply fighting a political war or a cultural one, this is first and foremost a SPIRITUAL WAR.

    • Agree: Anonymousse
  75. Anonymous[425] • Disclaimer says:

    Golly gee…

    the entire racetrack looks like a noose. It’s a grand KKKonspiracy.

    Btw, if Bubba gets so scaredy-cat over a little rope, how does he manage to race around the track at such dizzying speed?

    • LOL: vhrm
  76. Center for Study of Hate & Extremism at CSUSB

    Public education is a *political* institution.

  77. @Anonymous

    Terrence K. Williams is a pro-Trump Black comedian (not a very good one in my book). He appeals to older MAGA types with his Democrats are the REAL racists routine. I don’t get the appeal, but it’s a living.

  78. @Anon

    Now do Dave Chappelle, Richard Pryor, Redd Foxx and my favorite, Paul Mooney.

  79. anon[117] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    I want to know how on God’s green earth so many black people managed to be born and raised in these United States and never learn how to say the word “ask”.

    It is “ask”. That’s “ASK’.

    Not this. NOT THIS!

    • LOL: Rosie
    • Replies: @anon
  80. @Charlotte

    Well done. That’s some excellent textual analysis showing how the Narrative is maintained.

  81. anon[117] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross

    I haven’t been forced to think like this before. So I would have lost my car. So what? At least no one would have been killed.”

    So..what were they going to do with that car? Just drive around the block, or … something else?

    We have here a future Darwin award winner. I hope he does not have children.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  82. Bubba got banned
    The Confederate flag
    Really can’t stand
    That inveterate fag

  83. Anonymous[425] • Disclaimer says:

    A black hasn’t been lynched in a long time. Also, most blacks who were lynched were in retaliation for heinous crimes, though surely some innocent blacks got falsely accused and killed by a mob.

    This lynchocaust is ridiculous. From end of Civil War to the 1960, how many blacks were lynched? Just a few thousands. Many more thousands, even millions, died in a single year in other parts of the world due to wars, revolution, and political violence. Also, lynching in commonplace all across Africa as a form of justice, and the cruelty goes far beyond what white white cretins did in the South. And of course, the Deep State in the US aided ISIS crazies in burning people alive and other gruesome acts(and the desecration of countless ancient treasures in Iraq and Syria).

    So, why all this fuss about a few thousand dead blacks in the South, especially given that many weren’t angels but guilty of vicious crimes against whites?

    Because the Noble Negro Cult follows the Narrative of Black Martyrdom at the hands of Whites. It’s not that black lives matter but that black martyrdom matters, and this martyrdom has to follow a certain script, a formula, to work. In a way, Negro Nobility is the creation of American Experience because it was white power that rendered the Negro powerless and at the mercy of whites. Without that element of white oppression, blacks would have been wild and crazy in Africa. But because blacks in the South were under subjugation, they had no choice but to be ‘good’ and ‘innocent’. Without white oppression, the cult of ‘black innocence’ would never have emerged. Imagine Uncle Tom in Africa. Without white power over him, Tom would have been Bongo-Wongo slaying antelopes and spearing enemy tribes in the gut. But under white power, he had to be a good shuffling Negro. As such, he could be an ‘innocent’ victim. If Tom-as-Bongo got killed by an enemy tribe in Africa, it would have been just be tit-for-tat. “I chuck spear at your ass, you chuck spear at my ass.” But as whites had total power over blacks in the South, the whip was only in the white hand. This manufactured ‘innocence’ created the myth of the Noble Negro. But black ‘innocence’ was something forced on blacks by white power, not something that arose innately from the black soul.

    But from UNCLE TOM’S CABIN to TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, white conscience created and sustained this myth of innate black nobility or black innocence. Obviously, it was more prevalent among naive whites in the North who didn’t know the reality or among educated elites whose only contact with Negroes was with maids and butlers who acted so respectful(than they did with ‘white trash’).

    Because the cult of black innocence was created by/under white power, the narrative of the Noble Negro has to be about black victimhood at the hands of whites. Without whites, there is no ‘black innocence’. Minus whites, blacks are just hunter-warriors in Africa fighting other hunter-warriors.
    And that’s why black-lives-matter only under White Evil.

    In a way, Northern Whites and Southern Whites are like the Romans and the Jews in the killing of Jesus. Southern whites are like the Jewish mob calling for the blood of Jesus, whereas the Northern whites are like the dominant Romans who feel compelled to appease the angry mob.

    Now, Jesus was just one person. And as time passed, Christianity became an imperialist religion, and Christians killed a lot of people in ways worse than how Jesus died. But Christians made a huge deal about the killing of Jesus, the Son of God, the One like no other. Jesus wasn’t just another dead Jew but the Perfect Man, the one without sin.
    But as with ‘black innocence’, the innocence of Jesus couldn’t have been possible without the tyranny of the Romans and their Jewish collaborators. No Roman tyranny and no Jewish collaboration, and the mythology of Christ becomes impossible. The cult of innocence of Jesus as the most special Jew depends on temporal powerlessness before the mighty empire that ruled the world. (Now, according to the Christian mythology, Jesus was innately good in that, unlike blacks or any other ‘victim’ groups, He sought out pain and suffering and welcomed martyrdom.)

    Just as Christians, despite their increasing power, violence, and brutality, clung to the mythic narrative of Jesus and the Crucifix in order to feel justified, blacks in their self-worship(and with ample encouragement and aid by Jews) have come to prize the noose as their crucifix, or Noosifix. Though it’s now a taboo object that supposedly triggaz the Negroes, I wouldn’t be surprised if, in years to come, blacks wear noosifixes like Christians wear crucifixes. (Another ‘Made in China’ item sold at Walmart.) When Christians came to power, they got arrogant, self-righteous, cocky, and aggressive. They smashed countless pagan temples and statues. They became the new oppressive force, but to prop up their sanctimony and righteousness, they constantly reiterated the murder of their Lord, the Perfect One so innocent and without sin.
    Now, we see the rise of satanic Negrolatry as the new cult, and blacks are having their day in the sun. They rob, loot, and smash things, but they want to feel self-righteous in their thuggery. And so, they are very foot-noose about it. A satanic cult as new religion deserves a ‘martyr’ like George Floyd in clown world.

    Whether blacks were forced to be slaves or encouraged to be deities, there is a childlike simplicity in their attitude. It’s like children. They can be made to obey and follow orders. Or they can be spoiled into the worst brats imaginable. Child emotions are simple. They can be forced into Oliver Twist’s situation and beg for little bit more OR they can be turned into the rotten brat Puyi of THE LAST EMPEROR.
    Likewise, there is a similarity in black slave mentality and black god mentality. Both are totally taken with White Action. When whites were forceful and told blacks to pick cotton, blacks were like ‘yassuh massuh’ and worshiped white folks as gods. But when whites elevate blacks on the pedestal, blacks react like they’s the gods of the world and everyone needs to kiss their butt.

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
  84. J.Ross says:
    @anon

    There’s a bit in a Dragnet episode where a hippie chick rationalizes that losing her purse (to a thieving trained dog) isn’t such a big deal because he must have had greater need of it than her, and thus it should be his. That was a joke sixty years ago.

  85. Dube says:

    The New York Times forgot to add: Bubba never opens or closes his garage door.

  86. @JohnnyD

    He can’t accept the fact that he’s a mediocre driver at best

    So he perhaps has a Lewis Hamilton complex?

    https://www.esquireme.com/sites/default/files/styles/full_img/public/images/2019/04/08/lewis-hamilton-1046460044.jpg?itok=7F9wSB2_

    Is NASCAR just eying F1’s success with Hamilton as World Champion and feeling not quite virtuous enough?

    • Replies: @Pericles
  87. @Anonymous

    From end of Civil War to the 1960, how many blacks were lynched?

    Wikipedia is quite precise.

    According to the Tuskegee Institute, 4,743 people were lynched between 1882 and 1968 in the United States, including 3,446 African Americans and 1,297 whites.

    It is only a matter of time before someone edits that line to remove the reference to the lynchings of whites.

  88. Anonymous[751] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon87

    Stupid piece of shit boomer cucks like yourself could try growing the fuck up since youre now 60 fucking years old and quit watching sportsball.

    I suppose thats whats left.

    Steve laughing about how harmless it is that boomer millionaire conservatives spend their time, energy and money on college football is honestly sickening. It is not funny. It is SHAMEFUL and these people need to be confronted directly and shamed.

    • Troll: Chris Mallory
  89. danand says:
    @Change that Matters

    “Wallace has been candid about his bouts with depression.”

    Change, rings similar to what Formula 1 star/phenom Hamilton has expressed. Both racers of “Obamaesk” type origins.

    Lewis Hamilton has revealed he is still struggling with his mental health as he balances his highs with “massive comedowns”.

    He added that “it’s something I’ve never really spoken about but you often do suffer from mental issues – instabilities”.

    However, while the 34-year-old says that switching to a meat-free diet has helped him both mentally and physically, he still has bad days.

  90. … serial injustice …

    Oh! Serial injustice! So Coco Pops are OK after all???

  91. G. Poulin says:
    @Patrick in SC

    Maybe NASCAR fans specialized in hanging pygmies.

  92. Altai [AKA "Altai_2"] says:
    @J1234

    They didn’t release a photo but NASCAR, Wallace and the FBI all agree it was one of the pull ties. Wallace ridiculously tried to claim that he’d never seen such a thing at the end of the door pullies before. But behind the scenes videos from many years back show it was common practice. Even if Wallace had never been put in a bay with one, it was common, it’s impossible that he and his crew would have been unfamiliar with this practice.

    Maybe the crew member who found it was new? Or, more likely, they didn’t think anyone would post pictures from the past online. Otherwise there would at least still be a murky vagueness hanging over it even with the FBI statement.

    • Replies: @Paul Jolliffe
  93. anon[309] • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Tina Fey is on thin ice. As NYT would say, she has “troubled family history”: in her book, she says her father would tell her that when you see pairs of black kids riding on one bike, that means they are coming to your neighborhood to steal bikes. I don’t recall her denouncing her father as racistly wrong wrong wrong about this.

    In our bright future, where there are no more print books, and all e-books are controlled by Amazon or similar woke quasi-governmental entity, such a faux pas would be easy to retcon. The original on your Kindle is pulled, and a new, clean version is uploaded. No more racist noticing that might give readers the wrong idea.

  94. anon[309] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon

    When black people say they want to “ax” me something, I become fearful that I might be hacked to death.

  95. @Anon

    A lot of the humor in 30 Rock is about a good liberal woman struggling with racial humor while working with the ridiculously stereotypical Tracey Morgan. It seems like her asking to remove the blackface episodes is an attempt to appease the mob before it looks more closely at the show and cancels it from Hulu. Fortunately for her, the show has a smarter than average audience, so she may avoid it.

  96. anon[437] • Disclaimer says:

    So I write my third comment, and I get a new “too much commenting, take a break” screen, and my comment is erased. OK, if you don’t want people to comment on your posts more than twice, fine, I have more productive things to do. I could circumvent this with a new identity, like now, but why bother? Good bye.

    • Replies: @Dube
    , @anon
  97. @anon

    I’ve heard that. How do they survive? I remember in 2018 Phelps was talking about how they were going to expand to Brazil and China.

  98. Anon87 says:
    @Anonymous

    I’m 60?? News to me. I generally find people’s interest in sports fades over time. Sure some rich old guys donate money, but are most people as into sports in their 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s as when they were a kid?? Yeah there are some losers out there that smash things when their team loses, but as much when people were 12 years old.

    And settle down! Sports can be entertaining like books, music, movies. Because they are all infected with wokeness doesn’t change the entertainment value they have (minus liberalism).

  99. Pericles says:

    Tom Wolfe would have found the “tearfully” part over the top.

    “Bubba! Bubba-a-ah!”
    “Caum yoself done, whassa matta brotha?”
    “Dey tied a noose on da garrau! A noose!” (bawls inconsolably)
    “Dat KKK confederate whitey will pay fo dis!” (gazes manfully at sky)

    Part of the process is that we are forced to take the libels of retards, blacks as well as jews and their servants, seriously. Yet they are in the end just the malicious lies and inventions of hateful idiots from Columbia Journalism or wherever.

    Perhaps we as a society should instead, as the economists love to say, adjust our priors?

  100. Pericles says:
    @Stan d Mute

    Hamilton gives a somewhat epicene impression.

  101. @PiltdownMan

    NASA can’t get anybody into orbit but they’ve got time and our tax dollars for this.

  102. @Anonymous

    And cowards like yourself should grow a pair of balls and quit posting anonymously.

  103. @Altai

    Oh, I bet the crew member who found the “noose” was salivating for a chance to score some easy “get whitey” points and maybe move up the totem pole in the Wallace camp.

    You’re also undoubtedly correct that the (black?) snowflake/hater/racist crew member was stupid and unreflective, unable to foresee that investigators would look back to find older pictures of the garage door pull rope.

    But that should be news to no informed reader of this blog.

  104. Dube says:
    @anon

    Ah, anon[437[, we never knew ye.

  105. Black people in the United States might be well advised to keep away from boats because they tend to have a lot of ropes some of which have loops in them that could easily trigger a traumatic response.

    This doesn’t seem to happen in the Caribbean but probably there wasn’t the same tradition of lynching by hanging, so the conditioned reflex did not develop.

  106. anon[264] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon

    So I write my third comment, and I get a new “too much commenting, take a break” screen, and my comment is erased. OK, if you don’t want people to comment on your posts more than twice, fine, I have more productive things to do. I could circumvent this with a new identity, like now, but why bother? Good bye.

    We have an anon IQ test fail, followed by ragequit. Are you a NASCAR driver of colour, too?

  107. Anonymous[215] • Disclaimer says:

    For the needful function of an evocative/poetic CivilRights brand name, I find that “CSU San Bernardino” somehow lacks savor

  108. Anonymous[215] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    A certain dirtbag-right blog once dubbed the channel “The View for men”

    David Brooks once sang of Barry O’s “ESPN masculinity”

  109. johniee says:
    @Anonymous

    You have been given everything you could ever want since the civil rights era. You retards have failed to accomplish much other than raping, stealing, shooting each other along with shooting Whites just for the fun of it. Your day will come when you will eat those words you are ranting about.

  110. @Escher

    I’ve found use of once coded trap phrases like “those people” and “you people” a delightful way to epater la bourgeoisie now. Throw it out there, wait for the inevitable attempt to call you out and back you down with “who do you mean by THOSE PEOPLE?!? HUH HUH”

    and then directly say that of course you mean precisely “THOSE BLACK PEOPLE”

    They’ve gotten so used to being able to intimidate people with the magical racism insinuation that they of course… literally can’t even. So tired of these non entities thinking they can tell everyone what to think.

  111. @Anonymous

    You need to down a nice, hot mug of STFU.

  112. @rational actor

    Levin gave a ridiculously fake number. Zero credibility.

  113. lhtness says:

    You could probably get some posts out of the methodology for that super low rate in hate hoaxes. Having read methodology of papers that try to show the supposed rarity of false rape accusations, I have a pretty good guess.

  114. Obviously people should have to pass a background check before being allowed to make a slip knot.

  115. usNthem says:
    @Clifford Brown

    A perfect screen shot of da black boys dreaming of each other.

  116. Anon[375] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    I figure that if I was white or black or Asian, and I lived in a society where other demographics didn’t like me or want me around due to their desire to preserve their phenotype, I would just accept that and see if there is a way to organize a partition.

    There is no command from GAWD that all humans must live around all other human groups and/or amalgamate. Not everybody has to love each other.

    East Asians don’t want significant white populations in their countries. I don’t care.

  117. Mr. Grey says:
    @San Fernando Curt

    A POC doesn’t need actual white haters when they have to endure Systemic Racism. It exists everywhere, like radiation. White privilege blocks it’s effects, which can’t be documented but can be felt through the lived experience of black people.

    • Replies: @San Fernando Curt
  118. Anonymous[229] • Disclaimer says:

    A noose is nothing more than a really good slipknot. As much I think that all of this is complete B.S., nobody (who was trying to be utilitarian) would tie a slipknot on a garage pull. It would just end up a big knotted ball of rope at the end, at best or unravel completely, at worst.

  119. AceDeuce says:

    Ah, yes, the goofy looking mutant c olored boy is singing the refrain of the age-old Bullschitter’s National Anthem:

    “Well, maybe that’s not how it happened-but that’s how it should have happened.”

    LOL. Now the MSM jackals are turning on Woke Nascar for not having a handler assigned to the “lynching victim” to rein him in during his disastrous solo interviews the past couple of days.

    Not to worry. Libs and cuckservatives alike always try to let the black off the hook and blame someone else. NASCAR is getting served a big ol’plate of Karma Stew. Getting mixed up with c olored folk is the dumbest thing you can do.

    Fellow knegrow and hack “journalist” Craig Melvin tipped his hand at the end of a softball interview with Bubba trying vainly to spin things after the story fell apart,.saying to Wallace, even after the epic fail, “We’re with you, Bubba. We’re with you”. Real objective news people, huh?

    That’s how they are. Wypipo better copy that part. Fast.

  120. @Nicholas Stix

    According to the taxpayers’ friends over at TransparentCalifornia, in 2018 Profster Levin received a total compensation package worth $150K.

  121. ES says:
    @Buroaker

    Besides listing his ethnicity as “African-American”, it lists his eye color as “Black”. Black eyes?

  122. Classic anti-White “hate crime” hoax… is it? Time will tell…

    “Wisconsin police investigating after Black [Cap.] woman suffers burns,
    says white [No Cap.] men tried to set her on fire”:

    — (http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/wisconsin-police-investigating-after-black-woman-suffers-burns-says-white-men-tried-to-set-her-on-fire/ar-BB15YCNh)

  123. @Mr. Grey

    They are our social Geiger counters. There really is no end to their greatness.

  124. JimB says:
    @JimB

    Even if it was a noose, who cares? If you put a stick in a noose you have a T-handle, which would be very helpful for pulling down a garage door.

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