Black Misandry News: Hate crime unit investigating anti-interracial marriage posters circulating in Ontario’s Waterloo Region

Hate crime unit investigating anti-interracial marriage posters circulating in Ontario’s Waterloo Region

KITCHENER — Flyers condemning interracial marriage have been circulating in Ontario’s Waterloo Region, and police say their hate crime unit is getting involved.

A photo of one of the flyers surfaced on social media earlier this week after they were reportedly mailed to people living around Wilfrid Laurier University.

They show a photo at the top of a white woman and a Black man smiling for the camera, but the text below alleges “negative consequences” of interracial marriage.

The Media refuses to show the content of the flyers



Congressional Black Caucus Chair Rakes in Cash from Lawyer Who Pushed to Suppress Police Shooting Video

Congressional Black Caucus chair Karen Bass (D., Calif.), who is leading Democratic police reform efforts, accepted thousands from an attorney who worked to block the release of a video showing the fatal police shooting of a black teenager.

Chicago attorney Steve Patton sent the maximum primary contribution of $2,800 to Bass’s campaign and another $2,800 to the Democrat’s joint fundraising committee this cycle. Patton was the Chicago city hall attorney who tried to suppress the dash-cam recording depicting the events that led to 17-year-old Laquan McDonald’s death in 2014. Failed Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg faced intense scrutiny last year after it was discovered that he had taken campaign cash from the lawyer. Buttigieg returned the money and canceled a fundraiser following a media firestorm.

Bass is now leading the congressional charge for federal police reform following the death of George Floyd. The California congresswoman has said reforms will come quickly and will focus on “accountability.” She was among a handful of Democratic politicians to unveil a bill earlier this week aimed at overhauling police practices. At a Monday press conference, Bass said that no one should have to see “the slow murder of an individual by a uniformed police officer.”

Patton pushed to make sure no one saw video of the murder of McDonald. In 2014—when he worked for then-mayor Rahm Emanuel—Patton fought the release of the video evidence that ultimately led to the conviction of Jason Van Dyke, a white Chicago cop who shot the black teenager 16 times. The event set off protests across Chicago.

Chicago police had maintained that McDonald was armed with a knife and “lunged” at the officers prior to Van Dyke opening fire. One year after the event, however, a judge ordered the video’s release. The footage showed McDonald walking away from the officers and carrying a pocket knife. Van Dyke was convicted of second-degree murder. He was sentenced to nearly seven years in prison.

The case found itself back in the national spotlight last year when the Associated Press reported that Patton had given campaign contributions to Buttigieg and was set to cohost a fundraiser for the South Bend mayor.

Buttigieg, facing an onslaught of negative media coverage, dumped the contributions and canceled the fundraiser. “It’s frustrating,” he said of the donations. “I’m going to figure out how it happened and make sure it doesn’t happen again, but these things do happen and we accept responsibility and keep going.”

Charlene Carruthers, a Black Lives Matter activist, told NBC News that “the worst case scenario is [Buttigieg’s] people know and they just don’t care, or they don’t know and haven’t vetted [Patton] thoroughly.”

Bass’s campaign and the treasurer of the Democrat’s civic action fund did not respond to inquiries. Patton did not return a request for comment on the donations.

Australian teenager is left fearing for her life after she was secretly added to a disgusting ‘race traitors’ database because her boyfriend is black

  • Photos of the teen and her black boyfriend were uploaded to website CoalFax 
  • ‘Chloe is a race-traitor… She is openly dating a monkey called Josh,’ website read
  • The 18-year-old said she was terrified after finding her information on the site 
  • CoalFax claims its to stop men from ‘entering into relationships with whores’
  • The website is believed to be US-based but is hosted on a Russian server 

Melbourne teenager was unknowingly added to a disgusting online database aimed at shaming ‘race traitors’ for interracial dating.

Chloe’s information, including where she went to high school and university, and photos of her and her boyfriend Josh were uploaded to the racist website called CoalFax.

‘Chloe is a race-traitor living in Melbourne. She is openly dating a monkey called Josh,’ the vile profile read.

CoalFax, which is believed to be US-based but hosted on a Russian server, has a number of profiles for women from all over the world who are in interracial relationships.

The 18-year-old said she was terrified after waking up on Tuesday to messages from people she had never met.

‘I was so overwhelmed I just burst into tears. I was so angry that people can get away with this for so long,’ she told 7News.

‘And I didn’t want to put my family, or Josh, in danger all because we’re in an interracial relationship.’

The website claims its purpose is to be used as a ‘public service to prevent men from unknowingly entering into relationships with wh**es.’

Anyone who requests to be taken off the page is told by its administrators they need a valid court order.

‘If you believe you are in danger there is a very simple solution, delete or make your accounts private,’ the website reads.

Chloe contacted Australian Cyber Security Centre and Victoria Police in a desperate bid to get the site shut down.

eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant said the teen’s case is a classic example of  ‘doxing’ – the Internet-based practice of researching and publicly broadcasting private or identifying information about someone.

The website is now being investigated.

Feds Get Involved In Arbery Case, Assessing Possible Hate Crime Charges

In response to a request by Georgia’s attorney general, the U.S. Department of Justice said Monday that they are participating in the state investigation into the death of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old African-American man fatally shot after a confrontation with a white father and son, who said they believed Arbery was a robbery suspect, while Arbery’s family says he was unarmed and out jogging.

White men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery won’t face Georgia hate crime charges. Here’s why.

Two white men accused of fatally shooting Ahmaud Arbery in what his family is calling a modern-day lynching will not face hate crime charges in Georgia, according to state investigators.

That’s because Georgia is one of four states in the U.S. that doesn’t have a hate crimes prevention law, according to the Department of Justice. If someone commits a crime motivated by bias, statewide authorities are unable to pursue additional charges or enhanced penalties for the perpetrator.

“There’s no hate crime in Georgia,” Georgia Bureau of Investigations Director Vic Reynolds said in a press conference Friday when asked whether the men would face those charges.

Retired police officer Gregory McMichael, 64, and his son Travis, 34, were arrested by Glynn County police and charged with murder and aggravated assault Thursday night. The arrest came just 36 hours after the Georgia Bureau of Investigation began assisting in the probe, which began more than 10 weeks ago.

Arrests made in Georgia shooting of unarmed black jogger Ahmaud Arbery

Georgia authorities arrested a white father and son Thursday and charged them with murder in the February shooting death of a black man they had pursued in a truck after spotting him running in their neighborhood.

The charges came more than two months after Ahmaud Arbery, 25, was killed on a residential street just outside the port city of Brunswick. National outrage over the case swelled this week after a cellphone video that appeared to show the shooting.

Gregory McMichael told police after the February shooting that he and his son chased after Arbery because they suspected him of being a burglar. Arbery’s mother, Wanda Cooper Jones, has said she believes her son, a former football player, was just jogging in the Satilla Shores neighborhood before he was killed on a Sunday afternoon.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced the arrests the day after it began its own investigation at the request of an outside prosecutor. The agency said in a news release that Gregory McMichael, 64, and his 34-year-old son, Travis McMichael, had both been jailed on charges of murder and aggravated assault.

The GBI news release said the McMichaels “confronted Arbery with two firearms. During the encounter, Travis McMichael shot and killed Arbery.” No other details were immediately released.

It was not immediately known if either of the McMichaels had an attorney who could comment on the charges.

Gregory McMichael served as an investigator for Glynn County District Attorney Jackie Johnson. He retired last year. The connection caused Johnson to recuse herself from the case.

At a news conference before the arrests were announced Thursday, Republican Gov. Brian Kemp told reporters he was confident state investigators would “find the truth.”

“Earlier this week, I watched the video depicting Mr. Arbery’s last moments alive,” Kemp told a news conference in Atlanta. “I can tell you it’s absolutely horrific, and Georgians deserve answers.”

Gregory McMichael told police he suspected the runner was the same man filmed by a security camera committing a break-in. He and his grown son, Travis McMichael, grabbed guns and began a pursuit in the truck.

The video shows a black man running at a jogging pace on the left side of a road. A truck is parked in the road ahead of him. One of the white men is inside the pickup’s bed. The other is standing beside the open driver’s side door.

The runner crosses the road to pass the pickup on the passenger side, then crosses back in front of the truck. A gunshot sounds, and the video shows the runner grappling with a man in the street over what appears to be a shotgun or rifle. A second shot can be heard, and the runner can be seen punching the man. A third shot is fired at point-blank range. The runner staggers a few feet and falls face down.

Brunswick defense attorney Alan Tucker identified himself Thursday as the person who shared the video with the radio station. In a statement, Tucker said he wasn’t representing anyone involved in the case. He said he released the video “because my community was being ripped apart by erroneous accusations and assumptions.”

Tucker did not say how he obtained the video. He did not immediately respond to a phone message or an email.

The outcry over the killing reached the White House, where President Donald Trump offered condolences Thursday to Arbery’s family.

“It’s a very sad thing,” Trump said in the Oval Office, “but I will be given a full report this evening.”

Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has called Arbery’s death a “murder.” During an online roundtable Thursday, Biden compared the video to seeing Arbery “lynched before our very eyes.”

The outside prosecutor overseeing the case, Tom Durden, had said Monday that he wanted a grand jury to decide whether charges are warranted. With Georgia courts still largely closed because of the coronavirus, the soonest that could happen is mid-June.


Arrests made in Georgia shooting of unarmed black jogger Ahmaud Arbery

anger mounts over racist killing of black jogger caught on video

SAVANNAH, GA — The parents of a black man slain in a pursuit by two white men armed with guns called for immediate arrests Wednesday as they faced the prospect of waiting a month or longer before a Georgia grand jury could consider bringing charges.

A swelling outcry over the Feb. 23 shooting of Ahmaud Arbery intensified after a cellphone video that lawyers for his family say shows the killing surfaced online Tuesday. Following the video’s release, a large crowd of demonstrators marched in the neighbourhood where Arbery was killed, and the state opened its own investigation, which the governor and attorney general pledged to support. The men who pursued Arbery told police they suspected he had committed a recent burglary.

Arbery’s mother, Wanda Cooper Jones, told reporters Wednesday she believes her 25-year-old son “was just out for his daily jog” in a neighbourhood outside the port city of Brunswick. She hasn’t watched the video.

“I saw my son come into the world,” Jones said. “And seeing him leave the world, it’s not something that I’ll want to see ever.”

No arrests have been made or charges filed in coastal Glynn County more than two months after the killing. An outside prosecutor placed in charge of the case said he wants a grand jury to decide whether criminal charges are warranted. That won’t happen until at least mid-June, since Georgia courts remain largely closed because of the coronavirus.

Attorneys for Arbery’s family said the father and son, who have acknowledged in a police report grabbing guns and pursuing Arbery in a truck after seeing him running in their neighbourhood, should be arrested now before a grand jury decides whether to indict them — as often happens in criminal cases.

“These men were vigilantes, they were a posse and they performed a modern lynching in the middle of the day,” said Lee Merritt, an attorney for Arbery’s mother.

According to an incident report filed by Glynn County police, Arbery was shot after two men spotted him running in their neighbourhood on a Sunday afternoon. Gregory McMichael told police that he and his adult son thought the runner matched the description of someone caught on a security camera committing a recent break-in in the neighbourhood. They armed themselves with guns before getting in a truck to pursue him.

The father said his son, Travis McMichael, got out of the truck holding a shotgun, and Arbery “began to violently attack.” He said Arbery was shot as the two men fought over the shotgun, according to the police report.

After Arbery was shot, the police report says, Gregory McMichael turned him onto his back to see if he was armed. The report doesn’t say whether he had a weapon.

A phone number listed for Gregory McMichael has been disconnected. The Associated Press could not immediately find a phone listing for Travis McMichael.

The cellphone video, initially posted by a Brunswick radio station, shows a black man running at a jogging pace on the left side of a road. A truck is parked in the road ahead of him. One man is inside the pickup’s bed, and another is standing beside the open driver’s side door.

The runner crosses the road to pass the pickup on the passenger side, then crosses back in front of the truck. A gunshot sounds, and the video shows the runner grappling with a man in the street over what appears to be a shotgun or rifle. A second shot can be heard, and the runner can be seen punching the man. A third shot is fired at point-blank range. The runner staggers a few feet and falls face down.

Tom Durden, the district attorney appointed to oversee the case, declined to comment Tuesday when asked if the video depicts Arbery’s shooting. A phone message was left for him Wednesday.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is now investigating the shooting after Durden requested the agency’s help, GBI spokeswoman Nelly Miles said.

Georgia law says a person can kill in self-defence “only if he or she reasonably believes that such force is necessary to prevent death or great bodily injury … or to prevent the commission of a forcible felony.” The law also says a person who provokes an attack or acts as “the aggressor” can’t claim self-defence.

Merritt, the attorney for Arbery’s family, has said the U.S. Justice Department should also investigate the death as a hate crime.

“The FBI has said it’s assisting,” said Justice Department spokesman Mike Lloyd, “and as is standard protocol we look forward to working with them should information come to light of a potential federal violation.”

Republican Gov. Brian Kemp late Tuesday threw his support behind that probe. He posted on Twitter: “Georgians deserve answers. State law enforcement stands ready to ensure justice is served.”

Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr, also a Republican, spoke out as well.

“Based on the video footage and news reports that I have seen, I am deeply concerned with the events surrounding the shooting of Ahmaud Arbery,” Carr said in a statement. “I expect justice to be carried out as swiftly as possible.”

Former Vice-President Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee for president, also weighed in. “The video is clear: Ahmaud Arbery was killed in cold blood,” Biden wrote on Twitter, referring to the death as a “murder.”

Jackie Johnson, the district attorney for Glynn County, recused herself from the case because Gregory McMichael worked as an investigator in her office. He retired a year ago. George Barnhill, the first outside prosecutor on the case, stepped aside in mid-April at the urging of Arbery’s family. Barnhill has a son who works as an assistant prosecutor for Johnson.


Associated Press writer Michael Balsamo in Washington contributed to this story.

US consulate warns Americans to avoid Chinese city terrorizing black people

As a U.S. consulate has advised African Americans to stay away from the Chinese city of Guangzhou, where authorities have forced people of African origin out of their homes and hotels and denied them access to buy food in an alleged crackdown on “imported” coronavirus, a McDonald’s restaurant has apologized for banning black people from entering its restaurant.

“Black people are not allowed to enter,” said a sign displayed at a McDonald’s restaurant in the southern Guangzhou metropolitan area, according to numerous social media posts after Chinese officials alleged that the incidence of “imported coronavirus cases” was rising.

The sign is “not representative of our inclusive values” and has been removed, McDonald’s said in a statement to NBC News on Friday.

The restaurant has been temporarily shut down to “further educate managers and employees on our values, which includes serving all members of the communities in which we operate,” the fast-food chain added.

Taking note of a campaign against black people, the office of the U.S. Consulate General Guangzhou said the city “police ordered bars and restaurants not to serve clients who appear to be of African origin.”

It added, “Moreover, local officials launched a round of mandatory tests for COVID-19, followed by mandatory self-quarantine, for anyone with ‘African contacts,’ regardless of recent travel history or previous quarantine completion. African Americans have also reported that some businesses and hotels refuse to do business with them.”

China’s government denied that it has discriminated against “African brothers,” despite mounting evidence disputing the regime’s claims.

“All foreigners are treated equally,” a foreign ministry spokesman claimed, according to The U.K. Sunday Times. “We have zero tolerance for discrimination. The Chinese people always see in the African people partners and brothers through thick and thin. African friends can count on getting [a] fair, just, cordial and friendly reception in China.”

The spokesman blamed the U.S. for sowing “discord,” calling it “irresponsible and immoral.”


n social media in China, topics like a black man beating a nurse in Guangzhou and five Nigerians being tested positive for COVID-19 are trending.

Amid the reports of discrimination, the musician turned Ugandan presidential candidate Bobi Wine is planning a “humanitarian mission” to airlift black people out of China, the Times reported.

Wine plans to use private jets of his wealthy contacts for the mission. He also said that there are over a million Chinese people in Africa, “who are in most cases treated better than Africans.”

“Our priority is to restore our people’s dignity. This virus did not start in Africa so it is not right that Africans should be punished for it,” he added.

Nigerian activists are urging their government to intervene and warning China that its diplomatic relations with Nigeria could be at risk due to the discrimination, according to The Epoch Times.

“In Nigeria, we have a lot of Chinese. I don’t think you have ever received any information that the government of Nigeria go to their various houses and pick them for quarantine, so why are Africans and indeed Nigerians being targeted?” asked the Consul-General of the Nigerian High Commission in China, Anozie Maduabuchi Cyril. “We have European people here, people from America, Spain, and Italy and other countries, so why are you harassing them?”

There have been reports pointing to the responsibility of the Chinese Communist Party in putting millions of lives and the global economy at huge risk due to its lies about the coronavirus outbreak.

Cardinal Charles Bo of Myanmar recently called on China to apologize to the world and pay compensation for the damage caused. “There is one government that has primary responsibility for what it has done and what it has failed to do, and that is the CCP regime in Beijing,” the archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Yangon wrote in an op-ed published in UCA News.