Five items in total…
“Heres what we know, that white boy called them the N word and my sistas and brothas all had ptsd from gun violence and institutionalized racism. So they reacted to a hate crime they didn’t start it.” (Emphasis in original) – Quoted by Western Voices World News on Jan. 7th, 2017; the original “Free Brittany Herring” Facebook page appears to have been taken down.
“This is a women’s march… We’re supposed to be allies in equal pay, marriage, adoption. Why is it now about, ‘White women don’t understand black women’?… the national organizers said they made a deliberate decision to highlight the plight of minority and undocumented immigrant women and provoke uncomfortable discussions about race.” – Farah Stockman, “Women’s March on Washington opens contentious dialogues about race” – New York Times, Jan. 9th, 2017.
“A married couple, Peter and Melanie M., were prosecuted and convicted in July 2016 of creating a Facebook group that criticized the government’s migration policy. Also, in July 2016, 60 people suspected of writing ‘hate speech’ online had their homes raided by German police… The German government’s view of what constitutes ‘hate speech’ is highly selective and appears limited to protecting the government’s own policies on immigration from legitimate criticism.” – Judith Bergman, “Germany’s new propaganda bureau Big Brother is watching you!” – Gatestone Institute, Jan. 18th, 2017.
“This regulation provides an arsenal of ammunition, with requirements like ensuring a stop must not be done in an ‘arbitrary’ way, that will create a field day for activist groups and their lawyer hangers-on, who almost never fail to see racial profiling in every stop of a minority… If there is a real problem with racial profiling in some Ontario municipalities, then deal with individual officers responsible through existing operational procedures… Don’t do it with a blanket condemnation of every man and woman wearing blue, implementing rules that handcuff police, endanger frontline officers and can ultimately put public safety at risk.” – Senator Bob Runciman, “Senator blasts carding rules” – Toronto Sun, Jan. 8th, 2017.
“Campaigners are angry that most of the new entrants in a dictionary of people who shaped Britain are white, claiming black people have been ‘airbrushed’ from the country’s history… Director of Operation Black Vote, Simon Woolley, called the low number of black people among the ODNB new entries a ‘tragedy’ and accused editors of having a ‘narrow view of great talent’… the Guardian suggested that some of the white entrants added are superfluous, and argued that Nelson Mandela should have been included: ‘No matter that he was not a Briton, nor ever lived here. For millions of white Britons, he redefined what it meant to be black; he reshaped attitudes to apartheid; and the story of the life he lived is a vivid influence on the unfinished business of how Britons think about the history of empire’.” – Virginia Hale, “Black campaigners slam lack of ‘diversity’ in Dictionary of People who Shaped Britain” – Breitbart, Jan. 14th, 2017.