October 17, 2015
If you don’t like living in New Somalia, you are pure evil and it’s time for you to get the hell out of Minnesota, says the governor.
Harsh words and heartfelt sentiment were exchanged by community members and local officials on racial issues in Central Minnesota at the St. Cloud NAACP Community Conversation with Gov. Mark Dayton.
Hosted Tuesday at St. Cloud Public Library, about 100 people from diverse backgrounds gathered to ask questions of St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis, St. Cloud Police Chief Blair Anderson, State Rep. Jim Knoblach, Minnesota Human Rights Commissioner Kevin Lindsey, Council on Black Minnesotans Community Program Specialist Kolloh Nimley and St. Cloud AFYA Pharmacy co-owner Dr. Edris Kosar.
From the start of the event, Dayton bluntly stated his opinions on the racial tension in St. Cloud and across the state in regards to immigration.
“Look around you. This is Minnesota,” Dayton said. “Minnesota is not like it was 30, 50 years ago. … This is Minnesota and you have every right to be here. And anybody who cannot accept your right to be here, and this is Minnesota, should find another state.”
Dayton said he was aware of some of the racial issues happening in the St. Cloud area and urged participants to take a stand against what he described as “unacceptable, un-Minnesotan, illegal and immoral” behavior.
“If you are that intolerant, if you are that much of a racist or a bigot, then find another state. Find a state where the minority population is 1 percent or whatever. It’s not that in Minnesota. It’s not going to be again. It’s not going to be that in St. Cloud, or Rochester or Worthington,” Dayton said.
Listen, scumbag. There is no state where the minority population is 1 percent. And people grew up in Minnesota, their grandparents built it. This is a genocide. You are openly and publicly advocating aggressive ethnic displacement, to the ends of destroying the indigenous ethnic Swedish population of the state.
But the people kept pressing him, even as he tried to shut it down by suggesting they were all Nazis who need to move to some fantasy world where 99% of the people are White.
But those comments did not stop several in the audience from questioning how the governor, Knoblach and Kleis are spending tax dollars on new immigrants, particularly those of East African descent.
Dayton said many organizations are providing assistance to those who are arriving in Minnesota. But he said the key reason many immigrants choose to come to Minnesota is because of the jobs Minnesota provides.
Yes, they are living on welfare… but they come to Minnesota from Somalia to work.
Like all Black people, Somalians are just seeking honest employment.
Please note that being Swedish in nature, Minnesota has the most liberal welfare system in America. They also have this same obsession with East Africa, to such a degree that we must conclude both are genetic. None of these people speak Swedish, probably their grandparents didn’t speak Swedish, but they built a massive welfare state and then demanded it be flooded with Blacks.
Because there aren’t enough people! We need colored people on welfare to help the economy!
They’ll pay your pensions!
“Our economy cannot expand based on white, B+, Minnesota-born citizens. We don’t have enough,” Dayton said.
Knoblach vowed to repeat last year’s efforts in the Legislature to increase funding for the Minnesota Department of Human Rights, including money for the department’s office in St. Cloud.
Talks turned confrontational when members of the audience began directing questions and comments to others in the room — questions such as what effort have members in the Somali community made to assimilate to Central Minnesota.
But Nimley chose to answer that question with a question she posed to all in the room.
“It takes both sides to make it work,” Nimley said. “We need to take ownership of those concerns that we are raising. My question for you is, ‘What are you doing in St. Cloud, Central Minnesota to become a more inclusive society?’ “
It’s your fault they aren’t integrating, Whitey! You didn’t do enough for them! Sure, you let them invade your home, paid for their free everything, cooperated for decades on this program of ethnic replacement – but seriously, what else have you done for them?
These people are your responsibility now. Their lives and decisions they make are a result of your behavior.
Another audience member took issue with the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, accusing the organization of being supported by terrorists.
CAIR Minnesota Executive Director Jaylani Hussein, who had previously addressed the crowd on his concerns on racial tension said his organization is not affiliated with terrorist groups.
“As far as being called terrorists, the reality is that we are not a terrorist organization,” Hussein said. “We are a civil rights organization and we are proud to be called bad names when we are challenging people to do the right thing. CAIR does great work on building relationships between the American Muslim population and the general public.”
Oh, and guess who else was there?
Along with hearing concerns about the East African population, one Latina audience member highlighted the issues the Latino community faces, particularly with securing driver’s licenses. She requested the governor issue an executive order to provide licenses for those who are undocumented immigrants.
Dayton said he cannot issue an executive order even though he supports it.
What a friggin circus.
Note: Tweet this governor.
— Andrew Anglin (@stormer9k) October 17, 2015