First, I will be avoiding certain sections of Fairmount Park here in Philly, tomorrow. If it doesn't rain I will be in the same park with my beautiful wife getting my exercise on, but I will be far out in the Northwest section of the park and as far away from that certain section as possible.
Why? Well, nothing against you skinheads exercising your First Amendment right; you have every right to celebrate your white culture as long as you are not breaking any laws, but honestly, I just don't need the drama.
"ARE YOU A skinhead? Anarchist? Peace-loving hippie? Antifascist? Drag queen? Norse-history buff?
Well, head down to Fairmount Park, where neo-Nazis will clash tomorrow with a contingent of cross-dressing protesters as the skinheads gather for the seventh annual Leif Erikson Day rally.
The neo-Nazi shindig is organized by Keystone United, formerly Keystone State Skinheads, a white-nationalist group whose members will meet at the Thorfinn Karlsefni statue on Kelly Drive to pay homage to the 11th century Icelandic explorer and celebrate their whiteness.
"We feel it is our duty to study our past and never forget the extreme obstacles that our European ancestors fought and died for," said Keystone United member Joseph Phy. "Leif Erikson was a great Norse explorer. His historic voyages led him to be the first European to set foot on North American soil. We can look back on our European ancestors, relearn from them and overcome the great challenges that we face today."
Daryle Lamont Jenkins of the opposing One People's Project, said current challenges include racist skinheads holding rallies in his city.
"The numbers on both sides are going to be amplified. There is no telling what's going to happen," Jenkins said. "We have people coming from all over the country, and they have people coming from all over the country."
Jenkins said the outing is being promoted by hate groups like the California-based American Freedom Party. He said Keystone United has apparently linked up with an international network of neo-Nazis, which could boost the size of tomorrow's event." [Source]
Let's not forget the Tea Party Patriots, I am sure that a few of them will make a cameo as well.
I wonder if they will invite Sarah Palin.
On to the next story:
"Two gym teachers in northern New Jersey have been fired for calling black students "Negroes" while carping to each other in a locker room, a state commissioner said.
Brigitte Geiger and Sharon Jones, who taught for around three decades, were canned and had their tenure revoked after an investigation found they made racially charged comments about black students at Mount Olive High on March 2, 2012, NJ.com reported.
Two students who overheard the pair told school officials Jones was grousing to Geiger in a locker room when she said, "Yea, those Negroes think they are tough (expletive)," NJ.com reported.
Office of Administrative Law Judge Tiffany Williams, who handled the case, said both teachers admitted they'd been frustrated with a group of black students in the past.
Geiger, who also coached field hockey, and Jones were placed on limited administrative duty after charges were filed in March.
They didn't return to school this year and were officially fired on Oct. 8.
"It's unfortunate that it occurred," school superintendent Larrie Reynolds told NJ.com.
"This was an unfortunate incident and we had to do what we thought was right." [Source]
I bet the White is Right Council is going to have a problem with this one.
"How dare they fire these poor teachers for using the word, Negro? This is political correctness run amok. Heck they call themselves Nigger all the time, and one of them named their blog Field Negro for crying out loud!
I feel your frustration white people, but these two loofs (that's a backwards fool) had to go. It's all about context. You can't talk about your students and separate and characterize them by their race. YOU ARE A SCHOOL TEACHER!
It's wrong, but if you must, please feel free to call them all kinds of Niggers on your own time, and in the privacy of your Glen Beck sanctioned underground silo. You can even start your own
Finally, to know why I don't like certain folks here in America, please take a look at this video and the way that Steve Lonegan (BTW Steve, you might want to give Joe Biden a call and see who did his hair plugs ) treats his own wife, and tell me what kind of senator you think that he would have been for the state of New Jersey.
Thank you Cory Booker, I suspect that if you were married Mrs. Booker would have been treated with the kind of respect that Mrs. Lonegan will never experience.