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Post by PhuBai68 » Sat Jun 13, 2020 12:18 pm

Sorry I haven't been around lately.
With all the total craziness that has happened since a cop knelt on a convicted felon's neck the Stormfront board has been off the wall moderating - new members joining plus the constant DDOS attacks, new members wanting accounts removed because they can't post epithets, profanity and illegal activity, more people joining every day - to where I'd sit down to moderate normally and go through "maybe" 5 or 6 pages of new threads and posts but now, WHEW!, it consumes the good portion of the morning.
At least Joe and Jane Sixpack are starting to awaken.
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Post by White Man 1 » Sat Jun 13, 2020 3:19 pm

It's not an easy job but somebody has to do it. Better you than me! Send the good ones our way, keep the rest well contained

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Re: Craziness

Post by Jim Mathias » Sun Jun 14, 2020 1:17 am

The flames and potential riots in Atlanta may continue to spark more Whites to join, you're not done yet PhuBai68! ... index.html
Atlanta officer who fatally shot Rayshard Brooks has been terminated

By Artemis Moshtaghian, Jay Croft, Paul P. Murphy, Kelly McCleary and Amir Vera, CNN

Updated 12:20 AM ET, Sun June 14, 2020

The Atlanta police officer who fatally shot Rayshard Brooks has been terminated, Atlanta police spokesman Carlos Campos told CNN Saturday. A second officer involved has been placed on administrative duty, Campos said.
The announcement about the two officers comes as protesters flooded streets of southeast Atlanta Saturday night, angry over the fatal shooting of Brooks, an unarmed black man who was killed by Atlanta police Friday night.
The protesters surrounded the Wendy's where Brooks was shot and then made their way to nearby Interstate 75/85, bringing the major thoroughfare to a standstill.
The Wendy's where Brooks lost his life was in flames Saturday night, and a crowd also set fire to automobiles near the fast-food restaurant. Earlier in the day, police used tear gas and a flash bang to try to clear the crowd there........ <snip>
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Post by Wade Hampton III » Sun Jun 14, 2020 1:10 pm

Negroes Burn Atlanta Eatery...

An unarmed black man was shot and killed in a confrontation with police last
night in Atlanta, and protesters are already gearing up. The Atlanta Chief
of Police quickly resigned, which is either smart or cowardly, I’m not sure
which. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms already called for the officer who
fired the fatal shots to be terminated—no investigation, no due process.
What happened? Oh, nobody knows for sure, but that doesn’t matter any more,
right? It’s a black man, shot by police, so there is a presumption of
racism. We’re still in the middle of the George Floyd Freakout, so the
incident is automatically part of the same narrative. Facts don’t matter,
logic doesn’t matter, fairness and consequences don’t matter. Activists are
looking for an excuse to protest, or worse. The only facts
anyone cares about is that a black man was shot by police. It wouldn’t
matter if he were rabid and tried to bite the officers like the zombies in
“World War Z.”

Last night’s incident began about 10:30 p.m. outside a Wendy’s on
University Avenue. Wendy’s employees called the police after receiving a
complaint about a man asleep in his vehicle in the Drive-in line, which
forced other customers to go around his car to get their food at the window.
Responding to the call was the police’s first mistake. They should have
asked if the man was black, and upon receiving an answer in the affirmative,
should have told Wendy’s, “Sorry, you’re on your own. We’d deal with it if
the guy was white, but we can’t afford any situation these where a black guy
might get gets hurt. Let him sleep it off. ‘Bye!” I’m completely serious.
Any police department that isn’t under standing orders to let black
lawbreakers at any level just go about their anti-social, illegal business
without police intervention is asking for a disaster.

The sleeping man, Atlanta resident Rayshard Brooks, was roused by the police
and given a field sobriety test. He was drunk. After failing the test, the
police spokeswoman said, Brooks was told that he was being taken into
custody. NOOOOO! The odds were that he would resist, and this is how so many
of these encounters go out of control. Again, the police should have just
let him go. Not if he was white, of course. If he was white and they just
shot him for the hell of it, there would be no uproar, no riots.
During the arrest, we are told, Brook resisted and struggled with the
police. What a surprise. Then the officer took out his taser. According to
police, Brooks managed to take the taser away from the officer, and was
shot. He later died at the hospital.

Of course there was a cell phone video. A Wendy’s customer’s recording
appears to show two officers struggling with Brooks in the parking lot, but
Brooks looks like he is running away from them when he is shot. Wendy’s
surveillance footage appears to show Brooks turn toward the police and
attempt to fire the Taser at them as he runs away. Then he’s shot.
In short, we don’t know exactly what happened, and in a sane world, which is
certainly not the world of the George Floyd Freakout, everyone would wait
for an investigation before deciding what went on, and certainly before
protesting or assigning blame and responsibility. That would be fair. That
would serve justice. That would be responsible. That would be ethical.

But Black Lives Matter and the anti-police Left have a metaphorical knee on
the neck of local governments, whites and police, and they are no more
inclined to release the pressure than Derek Chauvin was on the fateful day
in Minneapolis. And no, the facts don’t matter.

UPDATE: “Demonstrators” blocked the nearby interstate, broke windows at the
restaurant, and about an hour ago (it’s 10:30 pm as I write this), someone
set the Wendy’s on fire. Sure, that’s reasonable. It’s all the restaurant’s fault.

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Re: Craziness

Post by Will Williams » Tue Jun 30, 2020 3:57 pm

A prophetic quote from George Orwell in his novel 1984:

Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And the process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right.

We're not there yet, but, look around; we're getting there.

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