Black Principal Whines About Racism After Shilling BLM Hoaxes, Says School Angry About White Wife

Firstly, black men will indeed have sex with anyone – including men, if they are restricted to prison. We all know the stories of blacks raping the elderly, or infants, or whatever. It’s very common.

However, no black man wants to marry a white woman, unless he has something to prove to white people. White women do not jive with the style of a black man. Just look at all of the wealthy black celebrities who could marry any stupid white whore who instead choose black mates.

I can’t find it now, but I remember an interview that Gucci Mane did with the Breakfast Club people, and they were for some reason pressing him on why he only dates black girls. He got sort of angry, and said that he just doesn’t want to date white girls and that’s his choice.

A black buck who marries a white woman is throwing that in the face of white men, as if to say “I’m in ur base, killing ur d00dz.”

So it is no surprise that he would post racy images of himself with his filthy skank.

But this story has nothing at all to do with that, actually. It’s not really even clear from the Times story, but what happened was that he was promoting CRT, George Floyd being “murdered,” and other hoaxes. Then when he got pushback, he started saying that the whites are angry about his whore wife.

New York Times:

In June 2019, shortly after James Whitfield, a Black educator, was hired as the principal of a middle school in Colleyville, Texas, an administrator with the school district called and asked him to take down photos on Facebook that showed him and his wife, who is white, embracing intimately on a beach.

Puzzled why someone had dug up 10-year-old images of the couple celebrating their anniversary in Mexico, Whitfield nonetheless complied by changing the settings to “Only Me.” But the photos have now resurfaced amid a controversy over racism that erupted in the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District after Whitfield on Saturday wrote a Facebook post about the request. Some have publicly called for Whitfield to be fired, citing unrelated messages in which he invoked race, while others have circulated a petition in support of his work.

When Whitfield, 43, asked in 2019 what was wrong with the photos, “The response was ‘nothing,’” he recalled in an interview Wednesday. “Then they proceeded to say: ‘We just don’t want to get stuff stirred up. So if you could take it down, we would appreciate it.’”


They were trying to let it go.

The buck is the one pushing the issue.

From that moment, Whitfield said, he had a sense that issues of race would overshadow his tenure as a Black educator rising in the ranks of the district’s public school system.

“I knew what would come one day,” he said. “I knew a day like this would be here.”

Whitfield said he wrote the post — the first time he has addressed his situation publicly — because he could no longer be silent after he was criticized July 26 during a previously scheduled board meeting that was open to residents of the district, where he is now the first Black principal at Colleyville Heritage High School.

At the meeting, Whitfield’s name was thrust into some of the most pressing racial debates in the United States, including loaded discussions of critical race theory, last summer’s protests after the death of George Floyd, and programs meant to ensure equality and diversity.

“For the better part of the last year, I’ve been told repeatedly to just ‘get around the fact that there are some racist people’ and ‘just deal with it and stay positive’ each time the racist tropes reared their heads, but I will stay silent no longer,” Whitfield wrote.

“I am not the CRT (Critical Race Theory) Boogeyman,” he wrote. “I am the first African American to assume the role of Principal at my current school in its 25-year history, and I am keenly aware of how much fear this strikes in the hearts of a small minority who would much rather things go back to the way they used to be.”

Critical race theory seeks to understand the roots and persistence of racial disparities, but some of its opponents insist that acknowledging racism is itself racist.

Oh, wow – ridiculous bias and total distortion of reality by the New York Times.

Who could have predicted something like this?

Whitfield said in the interview that such studies are “doctoral level” and are not a framework taught at his school.

In a statement, the district did not address the July 26 meeting, at which the photographs were not raised, but it said the request to remove them in 2019 was meant to provide a “smooth transition” just as Whitfield was preparing to lead Heritage Middle School.

“When a social media concern is brought to the attention of the district, we have a responsibility to review it,” it said. “Some of the photos the district received contained poses that are questionable for an educator, especially a principal or administrator. It had absolutely nothing to do with race.”

The district said it was distributing a photo of the images to comply with the state’s Public Information Act, which is meant to give citizens information about government work, after news organizations requested them in writing.

According to Whitfield, the remarks at the board meeting — which he said struck just the sort of tone he had suspected would come his way after the request to delete the photos — sought to hold him, as a Black educator, to a different standard.

Some speakers who identified themselves as parents complained of a “social justice” focus in the curriculum or criticized “political activism” concerning race in the district, which includes most of Grapevine and Colleyville, as well as other parts of the Dallas-Fort Worth area. A woman pushed back at the “blatant bigotry and hate” at the meeting, and another, critical of the tone, said “racism exists.”

The only person to mention the principal by name at the forum was a man introduced as Stetson Clark, who said he and “many” others were concerned about the “implementation of critical race theory in our district,” which he said aligned with “the views and goals” of Whitfield.

Clark said he was “first made aware of Mr. Whitfield’s extreme views on race” when a friend shared a letter written by Whitfield that was sent to parents and students last year that he said showed the principal was concerned about systemic racism, which Clark described as a “conspiracy theory.”

He was interrupted by a board member, who reminded him that it was against policy to cite employees by name. As shouts of “fire him” erupted from the audience, Clark pressed on, saying Whitfield’s letter was “encouraging all members of our community to become revolutionaries by becoming anti-racists.”

Although Clark was reprimanded a second time, he mentioned other objections.

“Because of his extreme views, I ask that a full review of Mr. Whitfield’s tenure in our district be examined and that his contract be terminated effective immediately,” Clark continued, prompting hearty applause and whoops of approval from some in the audience.

In its statement, the district said Clark had violated procedures by criticizing an employee by name and it would not be allowed again.

How is “systemic racism” not a conspiracy theory?

To this day, no one – including the Times – is willing to attempt to explain what it is. Ibram X. Kendi failed to explain what it was when he was asked directly earlier this year.

The definition is admittedly a secret. No serious person can take this seriously. It is dumb.

As far as saying you can’t say the name of a specific teacher at a school board meeting – that sounds like a rule they just made up to force this guy out.

Whitfield admits that he uses his position as principal to spread moronic race hoaxes – and to promote a Jewish anti-white hate group.

In his July 31 Facebook post, Whitfield responded to some of the criticisms. He said he had sent a message to parents and students about Floyd’s murder, which took place about a week after he became principal. The message said Floyd “added to the ever-growing list of Black Americans who have lost their lives because of the color of their skin.”

Whitfield also responded to Clark’s complaint about books he has recommended. Whitfield said he has quoted from “A Fool’s Errand,” a book by the founding director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, and for his support of the Southern Poverty Law Center.

This “color of the skin” claptrap is brazen nonsense.

I am identified as “the editor-in-chief of the biggest Nazi publication in history,” and I have never cared about the color of anyone’s skin.

The reason people dislike black people is totally unrelated to their skin, and is entirely related to their behavior patterns. People dislike the behavior of the blacks. One of the behaviors that people dislike, for example, is the endless whining and acting like everyone owes them something.

This buck got his white wife. He got his white job.

He done be is gets er’ery thang dem wite fulks gots.

But he is still pushing.

I doubt he could even explain what it is he wants, beyond simply “more.”

The Times could get to the bottom of what we owe him. They tell us we need to feel very sorry for him, and to comfort him for the death of George Floyd (murdered for his skin), but they do not give a final judgement on just how much we owe.

The basic fact of reality is that there is clearly no solution to the race problem.

The Times and the rest of the hustlers will come close to outright admitting that in their calls for open-ended compensation for mysterious, invisible and undefinable crimes.

The entire race agenda is officially purely punitive. No path to resolution is presented because the way they’ve defined the terms – or refused to define the terms – means that any resolution is necessarily impossible.

Whites owe an eternal blood debt to blacks, which can never be filled.

Many whites voted for Barack Obama, believing that this act symbolized an end to racial hostility. Instead of bringing the country together, and letting bygones be bygones, influential blacks and their Jewish masters – including and especially Obama himself – used the opportunity of a black president to attack and condemn white people.

Nothing was gained.

Ibram X. Kendi has already admitted that he has no definition of racism. Next, someone needs to ask him what he sees as necessary for whites to do to overcome racism. I can tell you with 100% certainty: he won’t have any answer to that, either.

They have no list of demands. There is nothing to negotiate. They are simply demanding submission.



It doesn’t matter anymore.

All of this race stuff effectively solved itself as a result of the virus hoax and the vaxx agenda. This virus hoax is creating such a large apocalypse, that all other problems have been wiped out.

This is like if you’re trying to put out a kitchen fire and then your city gets nuked. You no longer have to worry about the kitchen fire.