Disgusting Anti-White Niggerbitch Toni Morrison Finally Dead!

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 6, 2019

Toni Morrison on the work white people must do

"If you can only be tall because somebody is on their knees, then you have a serious problem. And my feeling is white people have a very, very serious problem, and they should start thinking about what they are going to do about it. Take me out of it." – Toni MorrisonRead Toni Morrison's Novels: https://goo.gl/bvw0AO

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I am proud to announce that this disgusting nigger is finally dead!

At 88!



The celebrated novelist Toni Morrison died Monday night, according to her publisher, Knopf. She was 88 years old. According to Knopf, the author died peacefully, surrounded by loved ones, following a “short illness.” Born Chloe Ardella Wofford, Morrison was best known for her critically acclaimed and best-selling novel Beloved, which won the 1988 Pulitzer Prize for fiction. Among her other memorable and influential novels were Jazz (1992) and Paradise (1997); the three books make up a loose trilogy. Just after the last of them was published, Morrison was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, becoming the first black woman of any nationality to do so. The Nobel Committee celebrated her as an author “who in novels characterized by visionary force and poetic import gives life to an essential aspect of American reality.” By then, she had already written six novels; she would go on to write five more. Her latest, God Help the Child, was published in 2015. She wrote through the toughest of times, including the death of her son in 2010. “I stopped writing until I began to think, he would be really put out if he thought that he had caused me to stop,” Morrison told Interview magazine around the release of her ninth novel, Home, in 2012.

This nigger was well known to be disgusting, a hater of white people and a terrible and boring writer, and it is a great thing that she is finally dead at last.

This is a very good omen for us as we are struggling with things.