Monday, June 26, 2017

race war

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San Francisco State University was home to an incident where a racist African American woman tells a white man that he can’t have a hairstyle because it is part of “her” culture.

The African American woman made her point, but then she tried to block the young man from leaving. She then grabbed him a couple of times.

The young man is Cory Goldstein, and after the event he filed a police report. He is reported saying he doesn’t want to press charges, but would like to have a “respectful discussion” regarding his hair and the meaning of dreadlocks.

Cory has had dreadlocks since he was 17 and he said, “They are powerful and helped amplify myself and helped me connect to this world,” as reported by local KGO-TV.

The incident is now being investigated by the University, which released the following statement:

“San Francisco State University promotes the rights of the campus community to engage in free speech, but does not condone behavior that impedes the safety or well-being of others. We are taking the matter seriously and will promptly and thoroughly investigate this incident through applicable University channels, including our campus student conduct procedures.”

This type of thing is happening more and more. White people are being called racist while at the exact same time are actually the victims of racism. And if you are a Trump supporter you are automatically deemed a racist, even if you are black or Latino.

Our country better clam down or this so called “race war” is going to turn into a real thing.

What are your thoughts of racism in America?

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black man threatens all black students

Police at Michigan’s Saginaw Valley State University arrested a student for threatening to shoot up the school and kill all black people on campus.

The twist is, the guy they arrested is black–and, seemingly, was attempting to increase racial tension on campus, after a month of race-related protests at a number of American universities.

Emmanuel D. Bowden, 21, who is black, has been charged with making a false threat of terrorism. If convicted, he could face up to 20 years in jail.

Bowden posted this threat on social media site, Yik Yak: “I’m going to shoot every black person I can on campus. Starting tomorrow morning.”

Yik Yak is a geographically-based site that allows users to talk anonymously with people around them. But Bowden didn’t realize that, while other users can’t tell who’s making the threats, police are able to trace all messages back to the sender.

According to police, as the post began to cause a huge uproar on campus, Bowden quickly got cold feet and responded with four follow-up messages: “Its [sic] a joke,” “I’m black,” “I was going to give it an hour to see how you all would react,” and “Right. I could be angry and just expressing myself lol.”

Police and the FBI disagreed. After investigating the post, they arrested Bowden in his dorm on SVSU’s campus.

Bowden is now being held in jail, on a $10,000 bond. He’s also been jailed on a $4,500 bail for an unrelated credit card fraud case.

His first hearing will be December 3.


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