Regarding lynchings… For a brief time in American history lynching a criminal , depending on the nature of the crime, became a common occurrence. Apparently, people (whites and blacks) felt they had just as much right to enforce the law as the sheriff , as well as operate as judge and jury. Lynchings pretty much died out in the 1930s. In 1937, eight negroes were lynched. Two negroes were reported lynched in 1939, three in 1943… and between 1948 and 1950 none were reported lynched. And between 1951 and 1960, one negro was lynched.
Things to take note of as you read the long, long, long list of unprovoked attacks:
Historical events should always be judged in the context of the time period in which those events took place.
Virtually every incident where there was a mob action…was first provoked by an act of violence.
White males instantly came to the aid, 100s and even thousands, when a black male attacked a white person (yes, gone are those days – LINK).
The maddening effect the black males’ crimes had on the white population at that time (truly shocked me).
Also of note: Regarding the KKK, (whose ideology, I want to stress, I oppose) in my extensive research on black males being lynched from 1900 to 1922, I could not find a single case where the KKK (“white caps”) was involved in one of those lynchings. This, admittedly, surprised me. I was taught in our public school system that the KKK was a terrorizing network responsible for most, if not all, of the lynchings of black men. AGAIN, I could not find one lynching incident reported by the online archived newspapers and which was perpetrated by the KKK.
RAPE/ ATTEMPTED MURDER
** 1892 – Port Jarvis, NY
Young American Female Raped – Mob Of Thousands Descend On Jail And Seize Negro …Then Lynch Him
Miss Lena McMahon (injuries stated so severe not expected to survive)
Note: Negro fled quite a long distance until he was finally captured by a very determined American posse.
Note: RED…indicates a lynching and the reason for the lynching.
RAPE Of A CHILD/ MURDER
4-Year-Old White Girl Raped… Then Slowly Tortured To Death As She Pleads For Mercy – Frenzied American Mob Burns Negro At The Stake
Shared October 26, 2019
UPDATE: YouTube has notified me of a privacy complaint against this video, and that they may remove it in 48 hours upon review. This video does not violate the privacy guidelines because A) There is nothing in the audio which makes them uniquely identifiable, B) This video is protected under ‘newsworthiness’, as it has already been covered by numerous news outlets and media figures and has almost 500 thousand views, C) This took place inside of a public institution where this professor does not have the expectation of privacy, and D) Utah is a one-party consent state.
What about the 17 states that are giving illegal aliens free tuition, while making students who are American citizens pay the full rate of tuition?
In New York, lawmakers have taken it a step further. Two days ago, they voted down a bill that would have given kids whose parents died in the line of duty, while serving in our military the opportunity to attend college without paying tuition. Their vote took place only one week after they voted to give illegal aliens free tuition.
Syracuse.com reports – New York lawmakers on Tuesday refused to advance a bill that would have provided free college tuition to the families of military personnel from the state who were killed in the line of duty.
Phillip Schutte and Pieter Doorewaard are 2 men like any other hard working, salt of the earth people in this world. There is nothing that I can see that overtly sets them apart from the rest of us.
May 22, 2013 at 6:36 p.m. GMT+3
Jewish leaders in the media are in large part responsible for American acceptance of gay marriage, Vice President Biden said Tuesday night.
“I believe what affects the movements in America, what affects our attitudes in America are as much the culture and the arts as anything else,” he said at a Democratic National Committee reception for Jewish American Heritage Month. He cited social media and the sitcom “Will and Grace,” giving Jews a large part of the credit for both.
“I bet you 85 percent of those changes, whether it’s in Hollywood or social media are a consequence of Jewish leaders in the industry,” he said. “The influence is immense, the influence is immense. And, I might add, it is all to the good. ”
The vice president also praised Jewish contributions to science, immigration reform, the civil-rights movement, the arts, the law and to feminism.
“I think you vastly underestimate the impact you’ve had on the development of this nation,” he said. “We’re a great country because of the contributions and most importantly because of Jewish heritage and the values you brought.”
Many media outlets, including university student newspapers, have touted the Southern Poverty Law Center’s report on the alleged rise in “hate crimes” since the election of Donald Trump.
According to this report, some 4,000 educators claimed to “have heard derogatory language directed at students of color, Muslims, immigrants and people based on gender or sexual orientation.”
However, Paul Sperry of the New York Post points out that the SPLC failed to mention 2,000 instances of educators reporting anti-white hate incidents (presumably of an anti-Trump nature).
The Center had (also) asked in its questionnaire to agree or disagree with the statement “I have heard derogatory language or slurs about white students” … but did not include these results..
“Asked last week to provide the data, SPLC initially said it was having a hard time getting the information ‘from the researchers.’ Pressed, SPLC spokeswoman Kirsten Bokenkamp finally revealed that ‘about 20 percent answered affirmatively to that question.’”
Patrik Markström, one of the administrators of the Facebook group Stå Upp För Sverige (Stand Up For Sweden), faced court for not deleting eight “grossly insulting” comments made by other people in the group.
Eskilstuna District Court said in a statement on Tuesday that it agreed with the prosecutor that the comments were clearly to be considered acts of agitation against ethnic groups.
Markström denied responsibility, saying he had not seen the comments.
However, according to the verdict seen by The Local, the court found that he must have seen six of these comments himself and actively intended not to remove them. The other two comments had also been brought to his attention, but he “remained passive” and showed “gross negligence” by not deleting them.
The court based its ruling on Sweden’s law on bulletin board systems, which states that a person who provides such a forum could also be responsible for what is written by other users.
The law dates back to the late 1990s, before Facebook existed, but the court ruled that the social media site falls under the same legislation – a decision that could set a legal precedent in Sweden.
Legal experts said they believe the case could be appealed to Sweden’s Supreme Court.
The California legislature has voted in a resolution that blames “religious groups” who hold to biblical understandings of sex and gender as responsible for “disproportionately high rates” of suicide among homosexuals and transgenders.
Assembly Concurrent Resolution 99 declares that homosexuality and transgenderism are “part of natural variations that occur in sexual orientation and gender identity” and condemns counseling services that help people resolve unwanted gender confusion or same-sex attraction.
“The stigma associated with being LGBTQ often created by groups in society, including therapists and religious groups, has caused disproportionately high rates of suicide, attempted suicide, depression, rejection, and isolation amongst LGBTQ and questioning individuals,” it claims. It calls on “the people of California – especially its counselors, pastors, religious workers, educators, and legislators” to eschew and work against anti-LGBTQ “stigma.”
The resolution, which has no legal force but formalizes the official position of the state legislature, passed the state Senate 29-7 on September 4 and the state Assembly 61-11 on September 9. It does not require the governor’s signature.