22 April, 2015

California: Civil-Rights Violations Against White People: Will the Feds Investigate?

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", anti-racism movement, anti-White themes, college, Cultural Marxism, dispossession & destruction, double standards, Socrates, universities at 1:29 pm | Permanent Link

Of course they won’t investigate. If Whites had physically prevented Blacks from entering a public place, they would have faced federal civil-rights charges so fast that the ink wouldn’t have been dry on the paperwork when they were thrown into a federal jail. (Some people may say, “well, it’s no big deal, the Whites could have entered the campus via another route.” But that, of course, doesn’t change the fact that Whites were physically prevented from entering a public place. They weren’t required to find an alternate route onto the campus. Berkeley is a public, not a private, university).

[Article] and [Video].

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  7. 2 Responses to “California: Civil-Rights Violations Against White People: Will the Feds Investigate?”

    1. Non Ame Says:

      Tear gas, fire hoses, and attack dogs. Nuff said!

      There are no Whites left in California. Only mush brained race traitors who can’t take a less than mild winter. Let them drown in the sea of muds. They voted for it. They deserve it.

    2. Melissa Says:

      FBI investigating California sheriff deputies beating fairly white-looking man, Mestizo DA settles for a pretty low figure and quickly, and it will be interesting to see if the deputies even lose their jobs much less face criminal prosecution.