Guy writes review of New Jersey eatery The Barn In Closter: “On the surface a beautiful mix marriage with beautiful mixed children On the inside both are deeply racist. Wife and I had a conversation, lets just say she does not admire jews. She also has no love of white females. The husband despite having half asian sons despises asian males. Just watch them. Their true colors show often.”
The idea of a white man marrying an Asian woman might not strike some as racist, yet the reality of White Nationalists and alt-right men being involved with, or merely fetishizing Asian women as a convenient and malleable alternative to White women exists, to a great degree.
While the owners of the above establishment might not be white nationalists, Asian women have indeed developed a surreptitious method to hide behind the veil of the “person of color” pseudonym, while practicing inherent racism that is found deeply embedded in Asian culture, even against other Asians. While white men who marry Asian women oftentimes find a way to practice and even find encouragement of their racism, while hiding behind the cover of an interracial marriage; Asian women are highly valued as “almost white” women who will view a white man with much appreciation given her alternatives – a marriage into a non-white, low status marriage with an Asian male.
The taser had no effect on dogs and the old woman had to use a magnum to silence the dogs.
The brave actions of 64-year-old Florida Lake resident on the West Rand Lorraine Brown more than likely prevented a fatal dog attack on Sunday, Roodepoort Record reports.
On three previous occasions, Lorraine’s neighbour’s pit bull terrier attacked her boerboel, either through the palisades or by actually scaling the wall. On a fourth occasion, it managed to bite Lorraine.
On Sunday, a painter was painting the gate to her property when she heard a woman screaming. She went out to enquire from the painter what was going on.
He told her it was a domestic disturbance. She went back into her house but again heard a woman screaming frantically. When she came outside, she was met with a gruesome sight – her neighbour was struggling down her driveway with her two pit bull terriers hanging on to her.
Lorraine thought quickly, ran back into the house and grabbed her taser. She put her hand through the palisades to tase the dogs but the device had no effect on them. It was then that one of the dogs grabbed her hand.
The neighbour then started screaming that Lorraine must shoot the dogs.
George, Lorraine’s husband, ran indoors and fetched the couple’s firearm, a .375 Magnum. Lorraine took the powerful revolver, knowing she’s a decent shot. She was faced with a serious problem – she had to aim very carefully in order not to hit her neighbour.
As she put the gun through the palisades one of the dogs stormed her but she managed to shove the barrel into the dog’s mouth and pull the trigger. The second dog posed an even bigger problem since he was on top of the neighbour. But when Lorraine saw the dog going for the woman’s face, she fired the second shot, and killed the dog.
The dogs’ owner’s arm and chest had been torn apart and she had to be rushed to hospital by ambulance.
Lorraine suffered wounds to her hand. At first it was thought the dog broke her hand, but at the clinic she was taken to, it was established it was soft tissue damage only.
“I am extremely shocked and traumatised by the incident,” said Lorraine, who is not only an avid animal lover but also a dedicated vegetarian.
Lorraine said she was surprised that even neighbours from across the lake rushed over after they heard the woman’s screams and the gunshots. Members of the police on the scene told Lorraine she “did the right thing”.
Previous Adopter Speaks Out
UPDATE 06/07/17: On May 31, Forever Home Rescue and Rehabilitation Center (FHRC) adopted out a 1.5 year old male, neutered pit bull named Blue. The dog arrived at the adopter’s home wearing a shock collar. Seven hours later, its new owner, Linda, removed the shock collar. After doing so, the dog attacked and killed Linda’s 90-year old mother. WAVY spoke to a woman who adopted Blue on April 22, but returned the pit bull to FHRC two days later due to its aggression.
Linda had told FHRC the one “deal breaker,” in the terms of adopting this pit bull, would be “aggression.” – Kerry Dougherty, The Virginian-Pilot
Tia Walke said Blue attacked her 26-year old nephew as soon as she let the dog out of its crate. The dog jumped on him, she said. “I had the leash and I was yanking and pulling as hard as I could to get the dog off,” Walke said. In a text message to FHRC she wrote: “I can’t control him. And he’s scaring me now.” Walke described it to WTKR as a “very frightening experience.” She quickly returned the dog to FHRC. A month later, the rescue adopted “reactive” Blue to Linda.
In our last update, we explained how “reactivity” and “lack of impulse control” can quickly escalate to dangerous “impulsive aggression,” which is how Walke and Linda described both attacks.
FHRC responded to Walke and her nephew’s experience by marginalizing the incident down to an “insect bite” and denying any culpability. After the horrific mauling death of Linda’s mother, FHRC denied any foreseeability or culpability as well, despite the dog’s documented history of aggressive behavior, including being surrendered to NYCACC after biting a child and thereafter multiple rescue groups using “code words” to describe Blue’s dangerous “impulsive aggression” behavior.
On top of this, Blue was sent to Linda’s home wearing a shock collar. According to a Virginian-Pilotarticle, FHRC described the collar to Linda as sending a “signal” to the dog by remote control. Linda thought it sent out sound waves, reports The Pilot. It was not until she took the collar off to recharge it that she realized the “signals” were jolts of electricity to shock (and correct) the dog. FHRC is quite literally drowning in foreseeability and culpability, yet they continue to deny both.
By the time rescue workers arrived, the woman’s intestines were on the floor … Her mother’s arms were mangled. – Kerry Dougherty, The Virginian-Pilot
The Experts Respond
Multiple experts responded to this fatal dog attack, including pit bull expert Diane Jessup, who wrote on Facebook: “She [Linda] bought a breed she didn’t need from a charlatan “trainer” [FHRC] who tried to suppress a dog’s true character with shock, who got it from a facility [New York City Animal Care and Control] that didn’t have the wherewithal to euthanize a dog that bites family members.” Jessup added, “A ‘rescue’ that sends a dog home with a shock collar on … Nuff said.”
Pennsylvania-based behaviorist Ilana Reisner responded as well. We issue a fair warning to readers who may choke on her outrageous use of jargon terms: “impulsive, disinhibited, affective defensive aggression” and “toggle-switch like” aggression and “impulsive, rage-like aggression.” However, Reisner also admits what behaviorist Alexandra Semyonova has long stated about temperament testing. Such tests “cannot prevent or predict explosive, disinhibited aggression.”
On this same thread, trainer Victoria Harter states this is the fourth attack she knows about after FHRC adopted out a dog. “This is the 4th dog that FHRC has adopted out that has bitten someone, there could be more. I’ve also worked with several dogs they have adopted out that are supposedly trained and rehabilitated,” Harter writes, “They do not disclose to adopters the history of dogs which is dangerous to the family. I am not at all surprised that this has happened.”
After being shamed by his own mother for being born male, Jared Allard is turning to conservatism.
It’s happening: the 19-year-old Jared Allard, son of insane feminist writer Jody Allard, has submitted his resume to Daily Wire Editor-in-Chief Ben Shapiro after being offered a possible internship during a segment on Friday’s Ben Shapiro Show podcast.
The request was made by Shapiro after Allard wrote a particularly disturbing post for feminist blog Role Reboot in which she called her boys, and all other men, “not safe,” seemingly suggesting they are prospective rapists.
“Okay, if the son of Jody Allard is watching this right now, please write me an email,” said Shapiro during the podcast. “I would be happy to have you intern with us over at The Daily Wire. I think you deserve better than what your mother has provided to you: a label as a potential rapist.”
Allard has a habit of shaming her sons, one of whom she’s described as suicidal in past posts, for being born male. Within the post Shapiro was reacting to on-air, titled I’m Done Pretending Men Are Safe (Even My Sons), the feminist once again shamed her sons for their alleged contribution to highly exaggerated “rape culture” and labeled them “not safe,” suggesting they’re prospective rapists due to their genetic make-up.
“I have two sons. They are strong and compassionate—the kind of boys other parents are glad to meet when their daughters bring them home for dinner. They are good boys, in the ways good boys are, but they are not safe boys. I’m starting to believe there’s no such thing,” wrote Allard.
After disclosing that her 19-year-old has grown to resent her and turned to conservative media for relief from her hateful shaming, Allard continued with the crazy:
My sons won’t rape unconscious women behind a dumpster, and neither will most of the progressive men I know. But what all of these men share in common, even my sons, is a relentless questioning and disbelief of the female experience. … I’m through wasting my time on people who are more interested in ideas than feelings, and I’m through pretending these people, these men, are safe.
Jared soon heard of the offer and submitted his resume to Shapiro, apparently unbeknown to his mother at the time.
Jared and his brother told Independent Journal Review’s Pardes Seleh on Monday that they do not buy into so-called “rape culture.”
“I don’t, necessarily, think there is a ‘rape culture,’ which I’m sure she’s mentioned. I do, however, try to make sure I know where my decisions come from, and how they may impact other people,” said Jared’s brother.
“My relationship with my mom is good, I respect her right to post her content and have her views,” he added. “Thankfully she asks us before posting stuff like this to the internet, and has withheld articles we’ve request [sic] be so.”
“We’d love to help out a solid guy who’s willing to buck his own mother’s idiocy in favor of decency and logic,” said Shapiro.
The Daily Wire looks forward to assessing the young man’s resume.
One of the more powerful liberal propaganda houses, known as the “Anti-Defamation League”, published a murder hit list Tuesday on reported “Alt-Right” and “Alt-Lite” “extremists” in America.
Apparently the only qualifiers for “extremism” are patriotism, the belief in small government, and support for the current president (according to the left).
Make no mistake about it, the ADL posted this disgusting report as a hit on ALL Donald Trump supporters.
The report put a target on ALL Trump supporters — most notably the conservatives and some they brand as “Alt Right” and “Alt Light” activists mentioned in their report.
In just one year, the alt right has gone from relative obscurity to being one of the United States’ most visible extremist movements. This stratospheric rise is due in large part to the rhetoric employed during the 2016 presidential campaign, which granted implicit approval to the once-taboo hallmarks of the far right – overt racism, anti-Semitism, xenophobia, misogyny, and anti-Muslim bigotry.
You can’t discuss the alt right without mentioning the “alt lite,” a loosely connected movement of right-wing activists who reject the overtly white supremacist ideology of the alt right, but whose hateful impact is more significant than their “lite” name suggests. The alt lite embraces misogyny and xenophobia, and abhors “political correctness” and the left.
The report is full of slanderous statements and argues that the conservative movement leaders in America today are white supremacists and anti-Semites
The ADL included popular Trump supporters Mike Cernovich, Gavin McInnes and The Gateway Pundit’s Lucian Wintrich in their list.
Mike Cernovich led the Trump movement in the run-up to the 2016 election and broke numerous anti-Hillary stories.
Gavin McInnes leads the Proud Boys (a patriotic American fraternity) movement and is an extremely popular radio host at both Rebel Media and Compound Media.
Popular New Right reporter Jack Posobiec also made the list. He actually held a rally AGAINST political violence.
Lucian Wintrich is The Gateway Pundit’s White House Correspondent and made the list because of his skyrocketing popularity and charisma. Lucian is a popular campus speaker and media magnate, having been profiled in dozens of publications from The New Yorker and Hollywood Reporter to several papers internationally.
Lucian Wintrich is also an open gay conservative and the grandson of a Nazi occupation survivor. Lucian’s grandfather, a Jew, fled the Nazis in Poland and came to America penniless. Again – Lucian is the grandson of a Nazi occupation survivor – and yet the ADL is claiming that he is racist, anti-Semite and right-wing extremist.That is how crazy the current incarnation of the left is. If you are a patriotic American who believes in conservative values – progressives label that as “extremism”.
The ADL needs to take Lucian Wintrich off their hit list or The Gateway Pundit will take further action.
Update: On Wednesday, UCF agreed to give Nick Lutz an appeal and wiped away his previous sentence.
Nick Lutz blocked his ex-girlfriend’s cellphone number and on every form of social media. So she handwrote him an apology letter and tucked it under the windshield wiper of his car.
His response promptly went viral and earned the 21-year-old a two-semester suspension from the University of Central Florida. The rising senior studying sports management said he’s fighting the sentence.
When Lutz, of Debary, sent pictures of the letter to his friends, they gave him the idea to grade it and return it. So he grabbed his red pen and went to work.
“The thought of you has made me loose my sanity,” she wrote.
“Lose,” he corrected.
“I just hope to God you have thought about me like I have you,” she wrote.
A red arrow under the sentence points to his note in the margins: “I have not.”
He gave the four pages of vulnerable, emotional prose a 61 out of 100 — a D minus.
“Long intro, short conclusion, strong hypothesis but nothing to back it up,” he wrote. “While the gesture is appreciated, I would prefer details over statements. Revision for half credit will be accepted.”
Then he took the step that elevated this from a squabble between exes to an event that might derail his college career. He tweeted it.
It went viral, climbing to more than 121,000 retweets. The story made the rounds on websites around the world, and Lutz gave several interviews — none mentioning his ex-girlfriend by name.
His lawyer, Jacob Stuart, said the ex-girlfriend felt she was being cyberbullied. She went to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, but no charges were filed. She went to UCF, where she wasn’t a student, and filed a grievance.
Weeks later, Lutz found out he was suspended for Summer and Fall 2017 for violating the “disruptive conduct” and “harmful behavior” clauses of the student conduct code.
Lutz’s lawyer called the decision a violation of his client’s first amendment rights.
“I think the damaging thing here is how does UCF decide what’s morally harmful?” Stuart said. “There was nothing derogatory about it. It was obvious he was making fun of her, but that’s the beauty of the constitution.”
UCF declined to make anyone available for an interview, but a spokeswoman said all rulings are subject to appeal.
“It’s important to understand that the process in this case may yet not be complete,” said spokeswoman Courtney Gilmartin.
Stuart said he plans to appeal his client’s suspension and hopes to see Lutz back in the classroom before the summer semester starts.
“He doesn’t want money. He doesn’t want anything,” he said. ‘He just wants to go back to school and graduate.”