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Old March 18th, 2013 #21
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Our troubled black communities create in us a tangle of feelings, including this one: a desire for things to be better. But for that sentiment to come true—for it to mean anything, even—I’ve come to believe that white people have to risk being much more open.

We WERE much more open, in the beginning of niggers moving in such areas,ruining them with TNB,and We were more openly racist and confronted them,fought them every way,and We held Our own ,as expected. But by then, the jews had full control of Our media and politicians,and they used them to betray the Whites systematically,politically,financially,existentially,etc, and stand behind only non-Whites. And it's still the same,45+ years later.


It’s impossible to know how that might change the racial dynamics in Philadelphia, or the plight of the inner city. But as things stand, our cautiousness and fear mean that nothing changes in how blacks and whites relate, and most of us lose out on the possibility of what Jen has found: real connection.

Whites are responsible for solving blacks' problems? By what calculus?

Awwwww yeeeee-uuuuuh,because in the niggers' typically childish,fevered yellow eyes, Whitey created their "problems" - the shipping,the whippings,the enslavement,the lynchings,lack of education,arresting them on nothing more than paranoia and suspicion,etc,


Do black problems even have a solution?

Yes,send them back to da muh-thuh cun-traaaaay, where they'll be able to solve their "problems" among themselves....
 
Old March 18th, 2013 #22
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Nutter: 1st Amendment doesn't protect "Being White in Philly"
By Steve Sailer on March 17, 2013 at 9:37pm


Mayor "Nutcase" Nutter


From Philly.com:

Nutter rips Philly mag race story, calls for "rebuke"

At Mayor Nutter's request, the city Human Relations Commission will conduct an "inquiry" into race relations in the city, following Philadelphia magazine's widely criticized cover story, "Being White in Philly."

In a letter, Nutter tore into the magazine and the story, which quoted anonymous white Philadelphians about their view on race and has been attacked for promoting negative stereotypes and not including the views of minorities.

"This month Philadelphia Magazine has sunk to a new low even for a publication that has long pretended that its suburban readers were the only citizens civically engaged and socially active in the Philadelphia area," Nutter wrote. He called the piece "pathetic" and said it didn't rise "to the level of journalism."

He also called for a "rebuke" of the magazine and writer, Bob Huber, saying that while he recognizes the 1st Amendement protects "the media from censorship by the government," free speech is "not an unfettered right."

"I ask the Commission to evaluate whether the 'speech' employed in this essay is not the reckless equivalent of 'shouting, "fire!" in a crowded theater,' its prejudiced, fact-challenged generalizations an incitement to extreme reaction," Nutter wrote.


On Reddit, I found a text version of Nutter's letter to the Human Rights Commission, which doesn't seem to be widely available elsewhere:

Dear Ms. Landau:

This month Philadelphia Magazine has sunk to a new low even for a publication that has long pretended that its suburban readers were the only citizens civically engaged and socially active in the Philadelphia area. Its March cover piece, "Being White in Philly," aggregates the disparaging beliefs, the negative stereotypes, the ignorant condemnations typically, and historically ascribed to African-American citizens into one pathetic, uninformed essay quoting Philadelphia residents, many of whose names either the author or the speakers themselves were too cowardly to provide.

That the magazine thought a collection of these despicable, over-generalized, mostly anonymous assumptions rose to the level of journalism is unfortunate enough. Worse, some of the residents of the nation's fifth-largest city who are quoted in the piece seem to have ignored every positive anecdote they might otherwise have shared about a positive experience with African-Americans in favor of negative stories, many of them not even clearly attributable to African-Americans at all, to allow the author to feed his own misguided perception of African-Americans -- notwithstanding his own acknowledged daily experience on his own block as an ethnic group that, in its entirety, is lazy, shiftless, irresponsible, and largely criminal. Moreover, compounding the sin of having allowed this article to be published in the magazine - and as a cover story, no less the magazine cynically and hypocritically distributed its March issue with two different covers : reportedly one, for its subscribers, with the provocative article as the cover story; the other, with an attractive woman of color on its cover, for Philadelphia hotel guests and visitors.

Anyone who reads a newspaper or walks through some of the city's poorer neighborhoods knows that the "vast and seemingly permanent . . . underclass" is not only black; the poverty rate in the City of Philadelphia is 28.4% and comprises not only African-Americans but Caucasians, Latinos, and members of other ethnic groups as well - ethnic groups that are suspiciously absent from an essay that purports to decry the inability for white Philadelphians to have an "honest" conversation about "race."

More egregiously, the author of this essay, who notes that "[w]hat gets examined publicly about race is generally one-dimensional, looked at almost exclusively from the perspective of people of color," commits the same sin in reverse, by examining race exclusively from the perspective of, apparently, fifteen white people who have used isolated negative experiences to draw pervasive generalizations that the author then ascribes to the belief system of Philadelphia's entire white population.

Philadelphia Magazine editor Tom McGrath defends his decision to publish the story by declaring, first, that it "is a story" merely because it features white Philadelphians, as opposed to Philadelphians of color, talking about race, as if merely saying that an article quoting the random thoughts of a random collection of people in selected areas of the city is worthy of publication makes it so. McGrath's second contention is that refusing to publish a piece about race would have rendered the problems of the city's "underclass" theirs, and theirs alone, to fight, as if the city's African-American population and its underclass are one and the same. Indeed, perhaps McGrath's description of Bob Huber's essay as a "story" is accurate. The Oxford Desk Dictionary and Thesaurus defines "story" as "1. an account of imaginary . . . events." Oxford Desk Dictionary and Thesaurus, American Edition (Oxford University Press, 1997). However, trying to deconstruct the article's many logical fallacies not only is an exercise in futility but offers the piece unearned credibility. Obviously, unless the resident whose chair was stolen or pumpkin smashed actually witnessed these acts of vandalism being committed by an African-American person, an assumption by the victim or the author about the ethnicity of the perpetrator is patently foolish.

Obviously, the many positive, crime-free experiences of the thousands of Temple University students of all ethnic groups, bursting outward on the campus' ever-expanding footprint that has for decades included fraternity houses and University-owned rental housing, belie the cynical presumptions of a police officer whose job, after all, is to focus attention on the criminals rather than the law-abiding citizens. Surely Dennis, the math teacher in Kensington, might have used the criticism he received for calling his young male student, "boy," as a learning experience about the history of the relationship between Caucasians in the United States and African-American males, and identified a different way to discipline or speak sternly to the young man in the future, rather than interpreting it as evidence that "no one at the school could do anything, no matter how badly [the young man] misbehaved." Is it "possible" that Anna from Moscow just doesn't know that much about African Americans in America or our country's complicated racial history than does Dennis' young student? Rather than raging against the abject ignorance reflected in this uninformed, ill-advised, ill-considered, uninspired, and thoroughly unimaginative lament, I believe we should take the opportunity this essay offers to conduct a more comprehensive, fact-intensive evaluation of the racial issues and attitudes that provide the prism through which not only Philadelphians, but Americans across the country, view the many challenges that confront us as a community and as a nation.

I therefore request that the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations, which is charged by the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter with a mandate, among other duties, to "institute and conduct educational programs to. . . promot[e] . . understanding among persons and groups of different races, colors, religions and national origins," conduct an inquiry into the state of racial issues, biases, and attitudes within and among the many communities and neighborhoods in the City of Philadelphia. Also, because the performance of its duties the Commission may cooperate with interested citizens and with public and private agencies," I ask that the Commission take testimony from individual citizens and from organizations including but not limited to community groups, non-profit organizations, community development corporations, law enforcement agencies, and religious organizations — perhaps citizens and organizations representing the ethnic, economic, and social diversity easily found in our great city -- for the purpose of submitting to me and our city a report on the state of racial issues in Philadelphia, identifying the racial attitudes, both positive and negative, that pervade our civic interaction and our discourse; the obstacles and opportunities that those attitudes present; and recommendations for the improvement or enhancement of racial interaction and the encouragement and embrace of the diverse culture that Philadelphia enjoys. Finally, I ask that the Commission consider specifically whether Philadelphia Magazine and the writer, Bob Huber are appropriate for rebuke by the Commission in light of the potentially inflammatory effect and the reckless endangerment to Philadelphia's racial relations possibly caused by the essay's unsubstanfated assertions.

While I fully recognize that constitutional protections afforded the press are intended to protect the media from censorship by the government, the First Amendment, like other constitutional rights, is not an unfettered right, and notwithstanding the First Amendment, a publisher has a duty to the public to exercise its role in a responsible way. I ask the Commission to evaluate whether the "speech" employed in this essay is not the reckless equivalent of "shouting 'fire!' in a crowded theater," its prejudiced, fact-challenged generalizations an incitement to extreme reaction. Only by debunking myth with fact, and by holding accountable those who seek to confuse the two, can we insure that the prejudices reflected in the essay are accorded the weight they deserve: none at all.
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Old March 18th, 2013 #23
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I've read your usual suspects about why this article is doubleplusungood badwrongfun and one of the recurrent criticisms is this: "Why weren't minorities interviewed for the piece BEING WHITE IN PHILADELPHIA."

This is the total subversion of the First Amendment, not just in a content but in an association way. Everything must have the proper and fitting mandated quota involvement of non-Whites or else it is ipso facto "racist." Even magazine articles about explicitly White issues need non-White input.

Just the idea of doing something with Whites that only involves Whites is "racist." Yet if the article "Being Black in Philly" ran, none of the official speech-code officers would charge felony racism because a sufficient number of Whites weren't interviewed.
 
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This is getting a lot of play as I look around. Nearly 3000 comments! Can't recall seeing that many before.
The jews took care of that. I find it telling that the higher-ups would prefer conspicuously censoring 1/3rd (at the time of writing) of what people's thoughts on the article/situation are to having people read what an average white Philadelphian's thoughts on the situation are.

Agenda to push? Of course not! They just can't let those evil racists have a platform!
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Something is going to set off the time bomb that has been ticking in the White heart, as it is doing in Europe.
 
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Can't even read those comments. I guess its simply not possible to create a system where people can post comments 1) without censorship, 2) where you can load the damn things easily and quickly. I have never seen such a system on any web page. What you usually find is a system that reloads every so often and kicks you back up to the top, and which point you have to go through the page clicking again.
 
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Is it "possible" that Anna from Moscow just doesn't know that much about African Americans in America or our country's complicated racial history
That's just ignorant, racist niggerbabble.

He's scapegoating humans for the undeniable fact that niggers don't measure up. The "complicated" history the nigger speaks of is an unbelievable pampering of a race that did nothing to "deserve" to be lifted out of its squalor and savagely. Robert E. Lee once said that under slavery in the US, blacks were "infinitely" better off than in their native lands.

If he thinks Whites are to blame for the nigger historical track record, he should do a little research into the nigger "cultures" that had zero or near zero interaction with Whites: no written language, no written history, no smelting of iron or even the domestication of wild animals.

Since slavery ended, they pretty much had the world handed to them on a silver platter.

What have the niggers done with this? Look at our cities. Just look at them.

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Jesus H Christ, this nigger had a chimpout and spammed a ton of people.

Now, they all have to take valuable time out of their day to read this ignorant niggerbabble or risk being accused of "racism." How much money did this nigger just cost a whole bunch of innocent people with this rant?

What an inherently destructive and barbaric race.
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This guy is mayor of a still economically important city (largely if not solely because of government money to the niggers and the 40 percent of the Whites there being producers) with more than 1 million people in it.



Why has the White race in America for so long permitted these apes to vote and hold high office? Enough of this shit already.
 
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Why is Philly in such rotten shape?

The Mayor...



The Fire Commissioner/Fire Marshal




Police Commissioner (Mulatto)



City Council President



School Board:
Philly no longer has a school board. The previous people in charge ran a 30 million dollar debt and were replaced with the School Reform Commission.

Pedro A Ramos is in charge. 2 of the remaining 4 members are niggers.

 
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In the now famous “Being White in Philly” article published by Philadelphia magazine, Robert Huber concludes with these words:

"Meanwhile, while I drive through North Philly to visit my son, I continue to feel both profoundly sad and a blind desire to escape. Though I wonder: Am I allowed to say even that?”

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http://articles.philly.com/2013-03-2...lphia-magazine
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Whites are not allowed to have any position that is favorable to them or represents them. This narrative is working in our favor jews because more and more Whites are getting upset.

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“In a city that is largely poor and segregated, white people have become afraid to say anything at all about race,” Huber wrote on the cover of the magazine. “Here’s what’s not being said.”

But Mayor Nutter, a Democrat, believes it should have remained unsaid.
 
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Mayor Michael Nutter called on the commission to consider rebuking both Philadelphia Magazine and writer Bob Huber noting that “the First Amendment, like other constitutional rights, is not an unfettered right.”
So what is this government representative threatening to do with the power of government to cause a detriment for using a First Amendment right? This asshole needs to get thrown out of office immediately.
 
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Council President Darrell Clarke and All Members of Philadelphia City Council Representative Cheryl Parker, Chair of Philadelphia House Delegation and All Members Senator Shirley Kitchen, Chair of Philadelphia Senate Delegation and All Members Honorable Robert Brady, Congressman Honorable Chaka Fattah, Congressman Honorable Allyson Schwartz, Congresswoman Rob Wonderling, President - Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce Steven Bradley, Chairman - African American Chamber of Commerce Varsovia Fernandez, President & CEO - Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Julie Wong, President - Asian Chamber of Commerce Rev. Terrence Griffin, President - Black Clergy of Philadelphia & Vicinity Bishop Gregory Ingram, First Episcopal District of AME Church Rabbi David Straus, Jewish Community Relations Council Elisa Goldberg, President, Philadelphia Board of Rabbis All Members of Philadelphia Council of Religious Leaders Archbishop Charles Chaput - Archdiocese of Philadelphia Chris Satullo, Vice President News — WHYY Craig Ey, Editor - Philadelphia Business Journal Tom McGrath, Editor - Philadelphia Magazine William Marimow, Editor — Philadelphia Inquirer Michael Days, Editor — Philadelphia Daily News Harold Jackson, Editor — Editorial Page - Philadelphia Inquirer Sandy Shea, Editor — Editorial Page - Philadelphia Daily News Bob Bogle, President & CEO - Philadelphia Tribune Theresa Everline, Editor - Philadelphia City Paper Stephen Segal, Editor - Philadelphia Weekly Pedro Ramos, Chair SRC and All Members Dr. William Hite, Superintendent — School District of Philadelphia Neil Theobald, President - Temple University Dr. Amy Gutmann, President - University of Pennsylvania John Fry, President - Drexel University Dr. C. Kevin Gillespie, President - St. Joseph's University Brother Michel McGinnis, President - LaSalle University Dr. Stephen Spinelli, President - Philadelphia University Dr. Stephen Curtis, President - Community College of Philadelphia Jill Michal, President & CEO - United Way of Pennsylvania Helen Davis Picher, Interim President - William Penn Foundation Rebecca Rimel, President & CEO - Pew Charitable Trusts Bruce Melgary, Executive Director - Lenfest Foundation R. Andrew Swinney, President - Philadelphia Foundation Jerry Mondesire, President - NAACP Barry Morrison, Regional Director - Anti-Defamation League Sherrie Savette, President - Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia Patricia Coulter, President - Urban League of Philadelphia Sharmaine Matlock-Turner, President & CEO - Urban Affairs Coalition Joanna Otero-Cruz, Executive Director - Concilio Nilda Ruiz, CEO — Asociacion Puertoniquenos en Marcha Cynthia Figueroa, President — Congreso de Latinos Unidos Thomas Morr, President & CEO — Select Philadelphia/CEO Council for Growth John Chin, Executive Director - Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation Rick Sauer, Executive Director - Philadelphia Association of CDC Convenors, The Forum of Pennsylvania John McGowan, Business Operations Manager - ACLU
This power base the racist nigger mayor tried to tap into falls neatly into several categories:
  • Jewish supremacist organizations - Evil, rotten and parasitic to the core
  • Nigger supremacist groups - Empowered by jew supremacism, the highly destructive and ever ungrateful parasites with their hands out for freebies
  • Racist beanor groups
  • Asian groups
  • Satanic churches which push social marxism and White genocide
  • Jew-dominate media (instrument of jew aggression, persecution and genocide)
  • Diploma mills which push social marxism and White genocide
  • Dubious far-left nonprofits
  • ZOG
So these are the groups the racist, nigger communist mayor wants to bully the White population with?

I say go for it, nigger. The Whites will simply pack up their bags and leave and you will be without a tax base like Detroit and you will be with your brown, monkey paws out and tin cup in hand begging the state for a bailout.

Useless fucking niggers.
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"While I fully recognize that constitutional protections afforded the press are intended to protect the media from censorship by the government, the First Amendment, like other constitutional rights, is not an unfettered right, and notwithstanding the First Amendment, a publisher has a duty to the public to exercise its role in a responsible way. I ask the Commission to evaluate whether the “speech” employed in this essay is not the reckless equivalent of “shouting ‘fire!’ in a crowded theater,” its prejudiced, fact-challenged generalizations an incitement to extreme reaction."

- Mayor Michael Nutter of Philadelphia, in a letter dated March 13, 2013, to the Philadelphia Human Relations Commission.


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We can't expect too much from the mayor. After all, he's a 'Nutter'....ork ork.
 
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http://justice.danielfaulkner.com/

Filthadelphia NPR had gave the cop killer a radio show in the nineties to rub it in YT's eyes with cayenne. White cops in Philly were still decent back then.


D.C. enemy alien think tanks back in the late 1980's knew the farmer's and blue collar people were pissed with DE-industrialization, union busting by sending our machine and die tool business's out of country.

Junk bonds sold on Wall Street in the early 1980's were paying out over 21 % that money raised so they could buy out hundred year old companies and take our Machine and die tools that were ultra modern with highly skilled men "WHITE" and it brought BILLIONS in to the regime in profits. The was a matter of National Security, but we had not decent White men in charge only money hustler's and enemy aliens.

In 1981, we were 71% of the Worlds machine and die tool business up to date computerized and high quality.

By 1991 with Pappy bushe's war the military was forced to be running around the planet for ball bearings and other items.

Point is the kikes knew Whites were waking up, and they started their "HATE" speech crap in the NYT's in 1987.

You see they were thinking ahead.

1991 was not only war for a lies and a bullshit set of the ex ally and yes man to US, it was the year of Ruby Ridge, siccing a government snitch on a man with NO record, but living in the hills of Idaho and he was a honorably discharged Green Beret with six year active and an E-6 .

Then come's 1993, and the World Trade Towers are attacked. Notice since 01 how that history is rarely touched on, and hardly any one knows the details today.

The enemy aliens were in low intensity war with their media against US as soon as Vietnam was swept from the TV, but Hollywood made allot of movies about US being dope addict or nutz, as they are the nicest people of hell of course.
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Over at VDare, Paul Kersey returns with a vengeance [Philadelphia Freedom Not Available For Anyone “White in Philly” Who Tells The Truth About Crime, 4-18-13]:

Philadelphia will hold an urgent public meeting to discuss the most important issue in the city today (April 18). It's not crime, education, or urban blight–it's the publication of Being White in Philly, [By Robert Huber, Philadelphia Magazine, March 2013] a magazine article thatMayor Michael Nutter doesn't like.

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