anti-black male misandry: ‘Keep this area upscale’ warns letter to interracial Wake Forest family

WAKE FOREST, N.C. — Residents of a Wake Forest neighborhood expressed outrage Monday after learning that a family received an unsigned letter last week warning them against posting any Black Lives Matter signs in their yard.

“[P]lease remember that the rest of us live in an upscale neighborhood and have spent the extra money to stay out of mixed neighborhoods and/or the ghetto,” the letter states. “No one wants trouble or any circumstance arising which could turn our neighborhood into a ‘semi-ghetto.'”

“I couldn’t believe that someone in my neighborhood – that close to me – would have written something so mean,” said Marianna Morin, a neighbor of an interracial couple in the Wakefield Estates community.

“I was horrified, appalled, disappointed, sad,” said Kate Pirrung, another neighbor and friend of the family that received the letter.

The anonymous letter singles out the husband and children of the family, saying “no one is interested in your or their ‘struggles.'”

“Keep matters inside your own house and do your best to keep this area upscale and free of that element,” the letter states. “Most of us would not hesitate to call the police if your kids or husband get unruly, so please be considerate of everyone else living amongst you.”

“In the end, underneath all the context, it was a threat: Don’t do this. We’ll report you. We’ll send people over to your house – the police in this particular incident,” neighbor Armand Morin said.

The family responded by sending copies of the letter to their neighbors, along with their own note.

“If you did not write this letter, we wanted you to be aware of what has happened in our neighborhood,” the family’s note states. “If you are the person that wrote this letter, we will not be intimidated by your cowardly act and ignorance. We are happy to have a discussion regarding love, respect and racism if your have the courage.”

“Something has to change,” Pirrung said. “We are all God’s children. What happened to love thy neighbor, treat each other with respect and kindness?”

Marianna Morin said the letter is a reminder that racism is everywhere.

“It’s not just in the city. It’s not just in the streets. It’s in this neighborhood,” she said.

The family issued a statement about the incident to WRAL News:

“We want to acknowledge that this letter does not compare to some of the more dire circumstances many people find themselves in on a regular basis due to bigotry. However, it was shocking and ignorant. The outrage, support and kind words expressed to us by so many in our community have overpowered the hate expressed from the one person who wrote the letter. Our hope is for this to inspire respectful conversations and courageous self-examination about bias and racism. To the person who wrote the letter, we pray for your heart to be released from bitterness and filled with understanding and compassion for others. Black lives do matter.”

Charleston Management, which works with the Wakefield Estates Homeowners Association, also issued a statement to WRAL:

“Charleston Management and the boards of directors for Wakefield Estates HOA and Wakefield HOA express heartfelt sorrow that an owner in the community, or any other, would receive such a vile and threatening letter. The letter’s sentiments are completely contrary to our company views and those of the associations; nor is it reflective of our experience with the communities’ residents. We applaud the owner’s response, fully support them and truly hope that the anonymous author does not indeed live in the neighborhood.”


Young White Mother Killed By Black Lives Matter Terrorists for Allegedly Saying ‘All Lives Matter,’ National Media Fully Ignores

A 24-year-old mother was killed by a Black Lives Matter mob in Indianapolis last week, allegedly for saying “All Lives Matter.”

Unlike Charlottesville, or any violence from the right, this killing was reported so quietly that barely anyone even noticed.


Jessica Doty Whitaker was shot and killed following an altercation with Black Lives Matter thugs who were upset that she and her fiance had said “All Lives Matter” last Sunday.

“According to the victim’s family, the shooting started with an argument over Black Lives Matter and language. Eventually the two sides separated and walked away from each other, until witnesses claim the killer opened fire from a nearby bridge and ran away,” Fox 59 reports.

“It was squashed and they went up the hill and left we thought, but they were sitting on St. Claire waiting for us to come under the bridge and that’s when she got shot,” the victim’s fiancé Jose Ramirez told the station.

Her grandfather posted on Facebook that “multiple black assailants” shot her in the head.

“Why isn’t anybody outraged about this?” he asked in the post. “Is it that BLM was involved or that it was white young adults that [were] the victims?”

Whitaker leaves behind a three year old son.

Her father, Robert Doty, told the Gateway Pundit that the BLM supporters had walked by her and her fiance and said “Black Lives Matter,” to which Jessica responded that “All Lives Matter.”

The BLM activists had allegedly pulled out weapons during the argument, which prompted Ramirez to do the same. This lead to them backing off, but not for long.


“An argument started and guns came out, but they worked things out. Unfortunately, they didn’t drop it and waited for them to walk back through and she was shot in the head,” Doty told TGP.

Doty confirmed that neither CNN nor Fox News has reached out for information about the case, despite the murderer being on the loose.

When asked how the family is holding up, Doty said “one day at a time is all we can do.”

Her sister Jennifer told TGP that they were walking the canal with friends after an “awesome” Fourth of July celebration.


Young White Mother Killed By Black Lives Matter Mob for Allegedly Saying ‘All Lives Matter,’ National Media Fully Ignores


Black Lives Matter Terrorists Swarm and Torment Daughter of Murdered Police Officer

Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of liberal Black Lives Matter activists are tormenting the teenage daughter of a slain police officer on social media.

On Saturday evening, Texas Police Officers Edelmiro Garza Jr., 45, and Ismael Chavez, 39, were shot and killed while responding to a domestic disturbance in McAllen. They were both fatally shot by the suspect as they approached the door.

“The officers never had a chance to suspect a deadly assault on them, much less death, at that moment in time,” McAllen Police Chief Victor Rodriguez said during a press conference about the shooting.

When additional officers arrived, the suspect shot and killed himself.


Savannah Chavez, the 18-year-old daughter of Officer Chavez, posted about her grief on Twitter shortly after the news broke.

“Words cannot describe the pain I’m in, but I’m glad my dad is at peace. you were an amazing man and anyone who ever came across you knew that. I’m going to miss you so much. you died doing what you loved most, you died a hero. i love you daddy, see you soon,” Chavez wrote in her heartbreaking tweet, along with photos with her dad.

Liberal Black Lives Matter Activists Swarm and Torment Daughter of Murdered Police Officer

False rape accuser Lauren Pearson

A male Coker University student is suing after he was arrested and temporarily suspended from the school after what he says was a false accusation of sexual assault.

The student, Cesar Lopez, filed a lawsuit against the city of Hartsville, South Carolina, the Hartsville police department, and three officers back on April 28. The next day, he filed a lawsuit against the university and multiple individuals. The case was dismissed by Lopez’s attorneys filed an amended complaint at the end of June, SC Now reported.


The lawsuit stems from an incident between Lopez and a female student named Lauren Pearson. The two students had a sexual encounter around 4:30 a.m. on April 29, 2018 in a residence hall bathroom. The amended complaint, according to SC Now, says Pearson left the encounter to laugh and joke with her friends. She claimed to police that she ran from the bathroom and quickly left the residence hall.

Pearson told two law enforcement officials at 6:40 a.m. that she had been raped. Lopez’s lawsuit alleges inconsistencies in Pearson’s claim. She allegedly told an officer that she ran from the bathroom before Lopez. The complaint alleges Pearson told her friends that Lopez left first.

Lopez says he was then warrantlessly arrested by Hartsville police – before the case was even assigned to a detective or any investigation took place. Lopez alleges a warrant for his arrest was issued later that morning and charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct and kidnapping.

“First-degree criminal sexual conduct is a felony. Conviction of the crime carries a penalty of not more than 30 years in prison. Kidnapping is also a felony. It also carries a penalty of not more than 30 years in prison if a person is convicted of the crime,” SC Now reported.

Lopez says in his lawsuit that he was kicked off the Coker soccer team and withdrawn from the university. He would have to re-apply to the university even if the charges were dismissed.

The former Coker student also said in his complaint against the city that Pearson didn’t respond to police requests for two days before taking a polygraph test on May 2. On May 4, she was arrested and charged with filing a false police report.

Lopez posted a $100,000 bond on May 2 to get out of jail. His family hired an attorney who discovered witnesses saw Lopez and Pearson “making out” the night of the alleged rape. The attorney also discovered Pearson had accused two others of sexual assault the previous semester.

As SC Now reported, Pearson was allegedly dating a student referred to only as A.E. in the fall of 2017. A.E. broke up with her and Pearson began seeing another student. She would later tell A.E. that the other student raped her. A.E. allegedly confronted the other man and discovered Pearson had lied. She later allegedly sent a message to A.E. admitting she lied. She and A.E. got back together, but when he ended their relationship a second time, she accused him of raping her.

A.E., according to Lopez’s amended complaint, was given a no-contact order and his claims of a false accusation were not investigated by Coker, even though the university has a policy to investigate such claims.


Lopez alleges he informed a police officer about Pearson’s previous false accusations but that they were ignored prior to the student’s arrest. Pearson was arrested for filing a false report by was released on a $10,000 surety bond, SC Now reported.

“Filing a false police report accusing someone else of a felony is a felony and carries a penalty of not more than five years in prison and not more than a $1,000 fine, or both,” the outlet reported.

Lope was reinstated to Coker but is still suing, alleging his reinstatement took place two days after the university learned the allegations were false. He was subsequently found not responsible in a university Title IX hearing a week later and returned to the soccer team.

Coker sought to dismiss the lawsuit in part because it provided Lopez additional time to study for his final exams after he was released from jail.

Arab islamic Racism: Islam is racist towards Turkish and Turkic peoples


Chapter: Fighting against the Turks

Narrated Abu Huraira:

Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) said, “The Hour will not be established until you fight with the Turks; people with small eyes, red faces, and flat noses. Their faces will look like shields coated with leather. The Hour will not be established till you fight with people whose shoes are made of hair.”



Reference  : Sahih al-Bukhari 2928
In-book reference  : Book 56, Hadith 141
USC-MSA web (English) reference  : Vol. 4, Book 52, Hadith 179
  (deprecated numbering scheme)