That “Epidemic” Of White Supremacy

An arrest was made in connection with a series of “hate graffiti” incidents in Nassau County, New York:

According to authorities, Jasskirat Saini, 20, of Central Park Road, was arrested at 12:38 p.m. for multiple bias incidents at Nassau Community College. Police say Saini drew two swastikas on the exterior wall of Building H and “KKK” on the floor of F Building Cluster 225 before his arrest on Tuesday.

Police had been responding to the campus for instances of swastikas drawn on buildings since October. Most of the swastikas were found drawn in men’s bathrooms in the various buildings around campus.

As the “Garden City Patch” is part of the left-leaning “Patch” chain of community “news” sites, one may assume that had Mr. Saini had even the most tenuous link to the GOP, much less Donald Trump, it’d have gotten mentioned.   That doesn’t necessarily mean that Mr. Saini was a Democrat who was hoaxing the media to create the fraudulent impression that Nassau County was a hotbed of racism.

No.  Of course not.  Perish the thought.

5 thoughts on “That “Epidemic” Of White Supremacy

  1. If history, especially the last nine years of it, shows us anything, we know that the left wing tolerant and inclusive Libidiots, are masters of false flag incidents like this.

  2. DG,

    You keep leaving comments. I keep holding them in moderation. You clearly are back to your “poop and run” ways.

    And, frankly, I’d love to run your comment – because it highlights your addiction to “fake news”, which you are please to call “fact”.

    But you were told to respond to the responses to this post before I’d let your comments out of moderation.

    Go there and respond. Because you’re wrong. And anyone wants to condescend to me, they’d damn well better pack the gear.

    You do not.

    Answer my questions at the link above, or find another playground.

    There is no “c”.

  3. As you noted recently, the KKK is all but extinct. But the left needs to have them to advance their narrative. When someone rights “KKK” on a building, that would be like writing “Know Nothing Party” on the side of a Catholic church to make people think that anti-Catholic hate groups are operating in their city.

  4. One of the stupid people’s networks (MTV, I think) is planning a reality TV series featuring several KKK families. Assuming its legitimate, you should ask yourself “why?” (other than to make money). This series will feature obnoxious white people with country accents saying terrible things (KKK’rs are not PC). It will give the audience a chance to feel superior by hating a group of people.
    If you really want to see poor whites behaving badly, watch the documentary “The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia.” I think that it is still on Netflix. At least in “The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia”, you get the impression that the White family is pariah, and that no decent poor folk, white or colored, would have anything to do with them.

  5. Looks like the KKK reality show will not go the air:
    From the desrition, it’s one of those shows that teach hate, under the guise of teaching you to hate hate. Like being intolerant of intolerance, the practitioners never get the paradox. They want to direct hate and direct intolerance, not rid the world of hate and intolerance.

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