US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Tuesday took time out of his busy schedule to voice his outrage and call for a formal investigation to determine who is responsible for etching a swastika in an elevator at the State Department.
Why would anyone in the State Department think that Blinken — with all the issues that he has to deal with while in India — would take time out of his day to deal with such a trivial issue.
They’re prominent guests on Fox, they lead “grassroots” rallies, they write columns at The Blaze, they are keynote speakers at CPAC, a few were even used to blackmail perceived enemies of Israeli interests — and they all got their start as actors and models at the same Israeli-owned talent agency.
These up and coming conservative superstars appear to have had or currently still have active profiles up at shadowy Israeli-born pornographer Ami Shafrir’s Explore Talent, National Justice can report.
After a century and a half of trying to assimilate into White culture — and begrudingly being accepted as “white” — Jews are now offended that Blacks insist that Jews are “white” and part of “white supremacy” and “white privilege” that Jews want the help of Blacks to destroy:
It was less than a century ago that white-presenting Jews were defined as Black. White supremacist arbiters of whiteness — in an obsession with racial categorization as a scientific justification for a hierarchy of power — dissected this topic. In this conceptualization, skin color was not dispositive of race. It couldn’t be, because whiteness was viewed as pure, and Jews were (and continue to be) viewed as an impure threat to whiteness.
Rather, race was a holistic determination, and having “Black blood” meant genetic and moral inferiority. A British scientist named John Beddoe went so far as to score Jews on a “Blackness” scale, classifying us as 100% Black.
The Department of Justice and the FBI have a message for local police departments: start charging more white people with hate crimes or invite an investigation.
Associate Attorney General Vanita Gupta told an assembly of FBI agents yesterday that they are now tasked with hounding police departments in their district if they do not register any “hate crimes.”
Gupta and FBI Deputy Assistant Director of the Criminal Investigative Division Jay Greenberg have declared “hate crimes” by “racially motivated violent extremists” (a euphemism generally reserved for right-wing white men) to be a national threat priority — a rare designation.
Daniel Hale, a former intelligence analyst in the drone program for the Air Force who as a private contractor in 2013 leaked some 17 classified documents about drone strikes to the press, was sentenced today [7/27/21] to 45 months in prison.
Pickpockets are professionals and use different methods to steal valuables. It’s both men and women, and they often work together.
Paper trick A trick thief uses a piece of paper, such as a city map or an A4 paper with text, to cover up an item. For example, it can be a mobile on a café table. While the trick thief diverts attention with the paper, the phone is stolen.
Pay attention to your mobile or other belongings if someone approaches with a card or paper when sitting in a café or restaurant Avoid placing your valuables on the table when you are at a restaurant or café.
The Dance Thief The dance thief diverts attention from the theft by ‘dancing’ with his victims and often goes after people with visible valuables who are robbed during the ‘dance’.
The dance thieves sometimes start by giving a high five or asking the victim to take a picture before using the dance trick. In several cases, we have also seen that they pretend to be bottle collectors to get closer to citizens sitting in the city parks.
Pay extra attention to your valuables, especially if other people are walking close to you Call if you’re the victim of theft. Attract attention so that others see what’s going on. It can scare the thief away.
The classic pickpocket The pickpocket steals from your bag or jacket pocket when you are inattentive. It is often at busy places in the city such as Nørreport, Central Station and Kongens Nytorv.
Close your pockets and use the inner pocket or a zippered bag Be aware of your surroundings Cover your PIN using a debit card Copenhagen Police are calling 1-1-4 immediately in case you have the misfortune to be the victim of a theft.
Four men aged 22, 23, 24 and 26 years and a 21-year-old woman were sentenced to prison terms of between 3½ and 5 years in prison at Kolding court for jointly being behind a profile on the social media Snapchat from which they sold hashish and cocaine in Vejle.
The 21-year-old woman was sentenced to three years and six months, while the 24-year-old and 26-year-old man were both sentenced to four years in prison.
The 23-year-old man was also found guilty of multiple traffic offences, of fleeing police and three times of possessing marijuana in the jail where he was remanded in custody. He was sentenced to four years and six months in prison.
The 22-year-old man was sentenced to five years in prison as a common sentence containing 488 days from a previous sentence from which he is on parole.
In addition, both the 22-year-old, 23-year-old and 26-year-old man were expelled from Denmark with an entry ban for good.
Two men were sentenced to three years and three years and three months respectively for a burglary in Hvidovre, where they stole several firearms from a gun locker.
The two men, aged 21 and 29 respectively, were charged with committing a burglary at a house in Hvidovre on 16 October 2020. In connection with the break-in, they targeted a gun cabinet containing, among other things, two revolvers, a pistol and a hunting rifle, as well as DKK 36,000 in cash. The two burglars were convicted of transporting the gun cabinet away from the property and attempting to store the weapons.
The 21-year-old man, who was sentenced to the longest sentence, was also sentenced to deportation and received the sentence. The second convict appealed against his sentence of three years in prison.
They say “it’s not funny anymore,” but I wonder if the E.U. ever thought it was funny in the first place.
The Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN) recently published an 18-page report through the European Union (EU) titled: “It’s Not Funny Anymore. Far-Right Extremists’ Use of Humour.”
On the one hand, the report is completely one-sided because the only groups mentioned are those of the “Far-Right.” But, on the other hand, this means the report implies what we all know to be the case: leftists don’t have a sense of humor (or “humour,” for that matter).