American Renaissance recently had an article about the 13 year old white student, in Kansas City, who was doused with gasoline and set alight by racist black children. The black children said “This is what you deserve. You get what you deserve, white boy” as they assaulted him.
Here is a portion of Jay11’s comment:
I teach in an ‘urban’ high school. Although it’s not as bad as my previous school where anti-white propaganda was the norm DAILY, still ALL the ‘English’ teachers and most of the History teachers have a ‘civil rights’ (anti-white) curriculum. It is sickening. Everything is Marcus Garvey this, Langston Hughes that, MLK this or white privilege that. ALL THE TIME.
I am not joking. EVERY selection in the English teachers’ rooms are of black writers. One teacher tried to do an obscure Shakespeare play once, but gave it up because it was too hard — for her! Jamaica Cincaide, Maya Angelou, Toni Morrison et al. That’s all they get.
Three years ago I was sitting in the black of a classroom grading papers while an ‘English’ teacher (who I shared the class with) was teaching her (all black and latino) students. The anti-white things she said made me physically ill. She was talking like a black preacher (in that tone and style) and railing against white people and how they always oppress black people. After half an hour I couldn’t take it anymore and had to leave. I was supposed to be teaching those same students the very next period. How could I, a pasty-faced white dude, stand there and ask them to take me seriously after they were indoctrinated to hate me because of my race? I did my job, but I could sense the undercurrent of defiance…
Those of us who do not depend on the “mainstream” media for our news know that similar atrocities are committed against whites, by black and Hispanics, every day. We are aware that these ongoing attacks are met with silence by all but local newspapers and television stations. We know that these attacks are typically described as “not racially-motivated” (AKA “random”) and we know that, whenever possible, the race of the perpetrators is concealed. In short, we know that the media encourages such violence.