November 11, 2016
It’s all happening now.
The Lion has woken up. The White race is back, baby.
One day after Republican candidate Donald Trump was elected president, some middle school students in Royal Oak chanted enthusiasm for one of his platform planks: building a wall between the United States and Mexico.
The incident was captured on video and widely shared on Facebook. It took place at lunchtime at Royal Oak Middle School.
As soon as the chants began, seventh-grader Josie Ramon, 12, said she pulled out her phone and captured the video to share with her mother.
“Tears were running down my face,” said Josie, who is Mexican-American. “I was so upset. A friend went to the bathroom crying. Everybody was chanting along with it. She was scared. She looked really upset. I felt really bad for her.”
The thing about your tears is this: most Americans are so absolutely fed-up with being emotionally manipulated by exploitative brown people that they not only don’t care when they hear about you crying, but actually smile or laugh at it.
You monkeys and your rat masters pushed this too far.
This backlash is going to get a whole lot more extreme than someone hurting your feelings by quoting one of President Trump’s slogans.
“I knew I wanted evidence I could show my mom,” Josie said. “It’s so unbelievably wrong. I had no tolerance of it so I recorded it.”
Alicia Ramon said her daughter discreetly recorded the video and sent it to her. After Ramon shared it with another parent, the video spread and eventually and inevitably made its way to Facebook.
The short video shows students in a section of the cafeteria making a chant, as a student at a different table records. The video lasted only seconds.
This happened today at Royal Oak Middle School in Royal Oak, Michigan,” wrote Dee Perez-Scott, who posted the video on Facebook on Wednesday. “It is so sad. Latino children were crying. The taunts, the ‘Build that Wall’ with such bullying power and hate from children to children. Just horrifying!”
The video has since gone viral, with more than 5 million views. It had been shared more than 104,000 times as of Thursday evening.
“We addressed this incident when it occurred. We are addressing it today,” Royal Oak Schools superintendent Shawn Lewis-Lakin said in a statement. “We are working with our students to help them understand the impact of their words and actions on others in their school community,” the statement continued.
So, this is where they’re at now.
Repeating the slogans of the President is now hatespeech.
I don’t believe this is sustainable in the long term, or even really in the short term.
Very soon, it is going to be ridiculous for public school officials to imply that the President is a member of some fringe hate group.
The Detroit News has contacted the district for more information on the nature of the district’s response.
Alicia Ramon said her daughter will grow stronger from this incident, just as she has after other instances of racially insensitive comments and jokes at the school. She said she feels for her daughter’s friend, who went to the restroom to cry after the incident.
“I can only imagine her devastation in a place she’s supposed to feel safe, a group of friends she felt welcome by,” Ramon said. “She no longer feels safe … when your entire table stands up and says build a wall and you’re the only person of color that’s sitting there.”
Well, the biggest problem you have now is that no one cares.
Our kids are aware now that they are part of a group that has group interests. We had a referendum on you people continuing to suck our blood, and we voted “no.”
You have to go back.
Ramon said she requested the district send home something in writing about the incident. They did not, she said, adding that the principal, Todd Noonan, posted a video message Thursday for students. She said she plans to meet with other parents and school officials to discuss the issue.
“For me, the message should be one of an open dialogue, teaching children empathy, love,” she said. “This is a teachable moment.”
A decade ago, you and your kid would have been treated like rape-hoaxers in a room full of fedora faggots.
You could have shamed these kids. Asserted your superiority because of your victimhood, because of… the battle of San Jacinto or whatever.
But this time has passed.
Josie said she’s received some backlash for recording the video, but she’s also received support from a teacher and her friends. She said school officials need to find who started the chant and have a talk with them.
“They need to understand what they’ve done,” she said. “I think the school needs to take charge.”
What they’ve done is repeat a slogan of the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, you stupid spic bitch.
They have done nothing wrong. And they aren’t going to be treated as though they have, no matter how loud you holler.
The Royal Oak Police Department was at the middle school Thursday and was expected to be there throughout the day, Lt. Keith Spencer said.
“We are aware of the video and are monitoring comments on it as it gets shared,” Spencer told The News.
Remember this wacky slut?
They should have done a follow-up with her, like “how does it feel that you have to go back?”
Anyway. This is fantastic. Our kids are woke. Our kids know they are White and they are proud of it. I’m jealous. I remember the shame we were made to feel when I was in Middle School.
My dream is to someday be called a cuck by these kids. I want to hear: “yeah, the Daily Stormer was alright back in the day, but they were really too soft on the kikes. Sort of cucky tbh fam.”