Google and Media Collusion to Hide Images of White Murder Victims

It seems there’s a new corporate media guideline: When the murderer is black, and his victim white, do not show photos of both of them. In cases where the murderer is still at large, only the murderer’s photo will be shown, and the victim’s photo is flushed down the memory hole.

Thus, when corporate media reported on the killing of Suzanna Kauffman, and the discovery of her body in a hotel, the victim’s face is left to our imagination:

This story appears numerous times in various news sites, and each time, we see the image of the murderer, Quincy Cheeks Hannah.

Wanted man arrested in Florida after missing woman found dead at hotel in Mocksville, deputies say

But not a single site shows us Suzanna’s face. A google search of Suzanna Kaufman (or Suzzane Kaufman, as it’s sometimes spelled) yields nothing – except images of Susanne Kaufman, a “beauty pioneer” with no connection to the victim.

However, a Duckduckgo image search does include a photo of the actual victim:

It’s on the gofundme page dedicated to her funeral expenses. My guess is that the girl is a product of the union between Kauffman and Quincy Hannah. I think the money would be better spent teaching young white women to stick with white men. That would save a lot of lives, and a lot of taxpayer money.

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Woke School Teacher Openly Admits to Teaching CRT to her 6th Grade Students

How often have we seen the claim that Critical Race Theory is strictly college-level material, and that grade-school children are not the target?

Take NBC News for example. The headline loudly proclaims:

Teaching critical race theory isn’t happening in classrooms, teachers say in survey

… and yet when we read the actual article, it clearly states that almost 4% of teachers reported that their schools actually REQUIRE them to teach CRT to their students. 45% of these teachers feel they should have the option to teach it. If 45% of these teachers feel that they should have the option to teach CRT to their students, and (apparently) none of their schools actually forbid it (except where now prohibited by state law), the obvious conclusion is that at least 45% of these teachers are actually teaching CRT to their students:

The association surveyed its professional membership between June 24 and June 29 and received 1,134 completed responses, nearly 900 of them from traditional public schools. More than 96 percent said their schools did not require them to teach critical race theory, and only 45 percent said that teachers should have the option to add it to their lesson plans.

Taking NBC’s reasoning to it’s logical conclusion, we can argue that if less than 45% of teachers feel they should be allowed to sexually assault their students, we shouldn’t have laws against it. After all, most teachers are not so inclined.

The article goes on to quote one of the teachers:

Jenni Meadows, a teacher at a public high school near Dallas who specializes in teaching reading to at-risk youth, participated in the survey. She said the critical race theory discussion is not one that she’s having with her students because the focus in K-12 is on developing critical thinking skills.

Ironically, the author of this article, one Phil McCausland, assumes that his readers lack critical thinking skills – and he’s probably right in most cases.

Does Indianapolis Public Schools promote the teaching of CRT to K-12 students? Yes, it does. The district has a “Resource Guide for White Teachers” which includes a blog. Prominently featured on the blog is a post by former 6th grade teacher Thu Anh Nguyen. It’s titled:

Brand New Pandemic, Same Old White Supremacy

Even in the face of a global pandemic, white supremacy has been relentless. The chaos of schools regrouping so quickly was used as a reason to cut budgets so that professional development was completely frozen. That professional development was often the only way to offer and hold teachers accountable for doing social justice work. And when many of us asked what will happen this coming year to reengage with this essential work, our questions were met with silence.

And now the country and its schools are caught in the debate about critical race theory. In so many states, legislatures have proposed bills or passed laws that now ban teaching about the ways racism has shaped American public policy and, thus, the society. Critical race theory isn’t new, of course. But white supremacists have been actively misrepresenting it and using this misrepresentation to strengthen their grip on society and control what is taught in schools. It has come clear to me that this tactic is a symbol of how white supremacy, like the Delta variant, can mutate to be more effective. 

I have taught English Literature and Social Studies my entire career to date — and have always included critical race theory as an essential lens through which to understand literature and society. How could I teach any book written in the United States without discussing racism? How could I be asked to teach books written mostly by dead white men without honestly and openly criticizing the curriculum? 

The key argument against teaching critical race theory in schools, especially in the primary and secondary schools, is that students are not developmentally ready for a discussion of racism or that the discussion itself is divisive. The question that needs to be answered, however, is who is not developmentally ready? My students and families of color have lived with racism their entire lives. When people talk about critical race theory being developmentally inappropriate, what they are really saying is that white supremacy uses white fragility to keep us from making the institutional changes that will lead to racial justice.

Bearing in mind that this blog is the very first link, in the “Teaching While White” section of the Indianapolis Public Schools official webpage, it should be obvious that the views expressed by Thu Anh Nguyen are considered acceptable and wholesome by the school district.

Let’s summarize those views:

  1. Taxpayer dollars should be spent to enable school teachers to participate in “social justice” activism.
  2. Critical Race Theory is, and should be, taught to sixth grade students.
  3. Anybody who objects to young children being taught CRT is a white-supremacist, and is “fragile.”
  4. Books by “dead white men” should only be taught through the lens of criticism.

I’ll point out that Thu Anh Nguyen was born in Vietnam – and judging by her views, it appears that Vietcong Communism found fertile ground in her mind.

She also seems to have a case of lukophobia (an unreasonable fear of white people). In her blog, she tells of a nightmare she had:

In the dream, my white male head of school approached me with concerns from white parents that I was teaching too much about current events. The truth was too heavy a burden for kids to handle, he said. But if there is anything I have learned in fifteen years of teaching, kids are not the ones who cannot handle the truth. I have watched kids be the most resilient during the pandemic while adults have tried to catch up, or worse, actively work against change. 

I woke up from my nightmare wondering, are we going to learn anything from this pandemic? Who pays the cost of keeping things the way they are? Students and families of color certainly pay a huge toll.

She is a firm supporter of BLM, whose roots are in Communism, and I wonder if she is aware of the extent of black-on-Asian crime, such as this one (hat tip to The Mad Jewess):

Thai Woman, (Model) Savagely Beaten By Black Male On 34 St, NYC:

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Thai Woman, (Model) Savagely Beaten By Black Male On 34 St, NYC:

By David Ben Moshe:

Beating up and mugging this Asian model, was it because she held slaves 175 years ago in America?

Bew Jirajariyawetch's injuries.

The perpetrator, who has yet to be caught:

Suspect.

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Two Years in Prison for Owning a Book

The British people aren’t citizens, so much as subjects. The concept of individual rights never evolved in Britain, at least not past its most rudimentary stages.

This is why a young man by the name of Ben John was sentenced to two years in prison for the possession of an “unauthorized book.” From the BBC:

A man told by a judge to read classic literature after being found guilty of a terrorism offence will be jailed after a suspended sentence was quashed.

Ben John, who police described as a white supremacist, was given a two-year suspended sentence in August.

The 22-year-old was convicted of having a copy of The Anarchist Cookbook on a computer hard drive.

The Court of Appeal ruled the original sentence was unlawful and ordered John to serve two years in prison.

He will also spend a further year on extended licence.

Lord Justice Holroyde said: “We are satisfied that there must be a sentence of immediate imprisonment.”

Apparently, the British government considers it “terrorism” to own a book it doesn’t approve of.

How fortunate we are, in the United States, that we have a First Amendment. Unfortunately, it’s being relentlessly whittled away by powerful forces. Within a few more decades, Americans will also be arrested and imprisoned for the possession of unauthorized books. A constitution cannot guarantee our liberties if the demographics are not favorable. Both the Soviet Union and Communist China had/have constitutions that guarantee freedom of speech and freedom of religion. We can see how that worked out.

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The “Deranged” and Homeless do CRT’s Dirty Work

We’re told that CRT is merely an academic theory, and yet (as we’ve seen) it’s the basis for much of the “diversity training” in Corporate America. It guides public policy and what our kids are taught in school. It permeates television programs, and the utterings of much of the political class.

It also trickles down to the homeless and mentally ill. The result? An epidemic of women lost to “random” attacks:

Brianna Kupfer, 24, has been stabbed to death in a random attack while she was working in a luxury furniture store in Los Angeles

Brianna Kupfer, 24

From The Daily Mail:

A UCLA grad student was stabbed to death in a random attack in the middle of the afternoon last week while she was working in a luxury furniture store in Los Angeles.

Brianna Kupfer, 24, was alone in the Croft House store on La Brea Avenue in LA’s upscale Fairfax neighborhood when a man walked in around 1:50 p.m. and knifed her.

The architectural design student from Pacific Palisades was discovered 20 minutes later by another customer.   

By the time police arrived at the scene, she was already dead.

Police said the male suspect is believed to be homeless and fled through the back door before calming walking down an alley, adding that he did not know the victim and that there is no known motive at this time…

The LAPD said in a statement: ‘The suspect is described as a male Black, unknown age, tall, thin, wearing a dark hoodie, sunglasses, a white N-95 mask, dark skinny jeans, dark shoes and carrying a dark back pack.

The suspect is homeless, and considering that this crime occurred in California, he’ll get less than 10 years in prison and then probation.

Of course it’s open season on Asians as well, which is why a homeless black man in New York chose to push an Asian woman in front of a train, killing her. A CNN headline reads:

NYPD make arrest in connection to the death of an Asian woman who was pushed in front of a train

… but makes no mention that the perpetrator is black. It does point out that he’s homeless, and that we need to do more to help the homeless. Millions of CNN readers now assume that the culprit is a white man; they won’t read alternative news accounts, because they’re “unreliable.”

Michelle Alyssa Go was fatally shoved from a subway platform in New York. Photo: LinkedIn

Michelle Alyssa Go, 40

In another recent case, the role of CRT is more obvious. From the NYDaily News:

Suspect arrested in fatal shooting of young Burger King cashier in East Harlem

Winston Glynn, 30, a former employee of the same East Harlem fast food joint he targeted, was arrested for the murder of Kristal Bayron-Nieves, 19, who tried to give the gunman what he wanted, but was killed anyway…

He then ordered the teenager to open another cash drawer, but she didn’t have the key. She was crouched down by the money box trying to appease him when he killed her.

“Ms. Bayron-Nieves scrambles to open the drawer,” Essig said. “She doesn’t have the key. That’s when he fires one shot, striking her and causing her death…”

Outside the 25th Precinct stationhouse, Glynn shouted obscenities at passersby and news photographers as detectives led him to a car to take him to court for his arrangement.

“Where’s our reparations for 400 years of f-–king slavery!” Glynn yelled.

Kristal Bayron-Nieves was shot and killed while working on a night shift at the Burger King in Manhattan.
Kristal Bayron-Nieves, 19

These three women, and many more, lost their lives lost their lives to the toxic alliance of black criminality and CRT. Remember this next time you see somebody claim that CRT is “just a college-level theory” or something to that effect.

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Studyfare: Smothering Truth with Many Studies

Most of y’all are probably familiar with the concept of “lawfare,” where an entity with immense resources (such as a government) bombards its victim with charges or lawsuits to the point where the victim simply runs out of resources to defend himself. A good example of this is the Charlottesville Unite the Right defendants:

A Gross Disparity in Legal Resources.  In January 2018, the 10 plaintiffs in Sines v. Kessler filed a 110-page amended complaint against 25 defendants. The plaintiffs’ complaint was based on allegations that although the defendants, who had participated in the Unite the Right rallies in Charlottesville in August 2017, might have appeared to be exercising their First Amendment rights by protesting the destruction of Confederate statues amid the provocations and violent attacks of counter protestors, in reality they had organized and conspired with each other with the intent and result of violently attacking the plaintiffs.  Three large New York City law firms and 38 lawyers, led by Roberta Kaplan, entered appearances for the plaintiffs.  These three law firms comprised over 1300 lawyers altogether and had income in 2020 of approximately $1.9 billion.  Moreover, Ms Kaplan was able to fundraise an amount probably in excess of $25 million to pay for the litigation, a staggering sum by any reckoning but especially so given that many of the plaintiffs’ law firms offered their services pro bono.

The defendants, by stark contrast, have encountered huge obstacles to obtaining adequate representation.  First, given hostile media accounts, antifa threats, and the defendants’ unpopular ideology or perceived ideology, few lawyers would even consider representing them. As this case painfully illustrates, the ethical rule admonishing lawyers to provide legal assistance to unpopular defendants is honored more in the breach than the observance – unless, of course, the defendants are the right kind of unpopular defendants, which these defendants are not.  Second, even if the defendants could find willing counsel, in most cases they could not pay the high legal costs the plaintiffs intended to impose, and did impose, by their scorched earth litigation.  Few defendants had significant wealth and most found their ability to raise money through crowdfunding or other donation paths restricted or cut off by deplatforming, media hostility, and antifa harassment.  As this case has at last, after three years, reached trial, most of the original 25 defendants have defaulted or are representing themselves.

It’s a perfect example of The Golden Rule: He who has the gold, makes the rules.

A powerful entity needn’t have the truth on his side; he can overwhelm his opponents with a multitude of legal charges and claims, knowing that the victims cannot possibly defend themselves from all of them. It’s a flaw in our system – or a benefit, depending on your point of view.

Let’s take this concept a bit further: The case of Truth vs. Woke. In this case, Woke has unlimited resources at his disposal, including the entire educational establishment, practically all Western governments, the corporate media and all large corporations. As for Truth, he has a handful of online supporters, most of whom are too fearful of identifying themselves in real life. In the Court of Public Opinion, Truth will lose; he cannot get his message out, nor can he compete with the hundreds of thousands of “studies” Woke has at his disposal.

A Google search for “study systemic racism” yields 244,000 results, and it appears that most of those results are actual papers expounding upon the subject of systemic racism. They include titles such as:

Is obesity a manifestation of systemic racism?

Experiences of racism among urban Indigenous Australians

The four personae of racism

Perceptions of racism in healthcare among patients…

The list goes on and on. A typical example is “Systemic Racism in Canadian Occupational Therapy: A Qualitative Study with Therapists.” It’s steeped in Critical Race Theory, which it cites repeatedly. Near the beginning, we find this:

Conceptualizing Racism

“Race” is not a biologically meaningful category, but nonetheless holds very real social consequences, due to racism. Racism is a system of social power relations rooted in history and operating at multiple levels, through myriad intersecting social, political, and economic avenues. “Racialized” groups are those marked as subordinate in the sociopolitical and historical process of categorizing groups hierarchically (Miles, 1989). In other words, “race” is constructed as real, and as mattering, through racism. There are different ways of categorizing types of racism; here we employ the framework of interpersonal, institutional, and structural racism explicated by Nazroo et al. (2019). They emphasize the interconnections across levels that construct the all-encompassing nature of racism.

Further reading of this paper reveals it to be just so much radical gibberish:

As is well-established in critical race theory, there is no “neutral” institution or social structure, which may or may not be “tainted” by aberrant racism; rather, white supremacy and systemic racism are normative, shaping the status quo of institutions and social arrangements in ways that privilege some and harm others.

Based on the flawed foundation that there are no biological differences between human populations, castles are built, and then castles upon castles. Citing each other’s work, using academic jargon and legitimizing themselves as “bonafide scholars” in the eyes of the masses, these flimsy structures are reminiscent of religious writings. Generation upon generation expounds upon how many angels can dance on the head of a pin.

Proponents of Critical Race Theory are well aware that none of us can possibly read even a small fraction of these “studies.” Yet they’ll throw links to these studies at us, in the hope that we’ll acquiesce; after all, how could so many scholars be wrong? How could so much ink be spilled for naught?

Even highly intelligent people, faced with this veritable sea of studies, lack the ability or inclination to challenge them. How much more so the hoi polloi, a majority of whom are mediocre or less in intelligence.

This is why it’s so important to drive home the biological reality of race. Once this is established, all the CRT castles come tumbling down.

I do believe it’s possible to explain the biological reality of race even to less intelligent people; it’s not that complicated – and it is our duty to do so.

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Google Tweaks Image Searches

In October, a Bloomberg article informs us that Google has “Quietly Tweaked Image Searches for Racially Diverse Results.”

Along with claims that the move was to “promote diversity,” we’re also told that:

Google announced a raft of changes to its search engine in September, at an event called Search On, including a feature to add more context to results to help combat misinformation.

Inspired by a commenter on Amren, I tried several different Google searches in order to test this new “improvement.”

“American inventors:”

American Inventors

26 images, on the first page, featured individuals. Counting each image as only one person (as none of them featured mixed groups), here’s the racial breakdown:

19 of them are black

5 are white

2 are Asian

Some “context!” Based on these results, we get the impression that the lion’s share of American inventors are black. Almost 74%, with whites contributing only 15%.

What about “White Inventors?” Surely Google would yield “relevant” results:

This search yields 29 results featuring individuals:

White Inventors

20 of them are black

8 of them are white

1 is Asian

That’s 69% black and 28% white. There are two images that don’t feature humans, and they focus on black inventions.

What if we conduct a search for “Black Inventors?”

Surprise! We’re treated to a line of products featuring black inventors, obviously in order to support black businesses. Beneath that, every single one of the images features black inventors; there’s not a single white or Asian person shown, and it doesn’t seem to matter how far down we scroll.

“Asian Inventors” and “Hispanic Inventors” yield similar results; Only Asians, or Hispanics, appear in the results – but no businesses or products are featured.

The message is clear: Google, like the rest of Corporate America, worships blacks and has nothing but disdain for whites. Other minorities are respected, but not financially supported. When Hispanics and Asians learn to riot effectively, this might change.

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Male to Female Surgery to Include Brain Reduction

Currently, 17 US states will legally change a person’s gender, on his birth certificate – but only with documentation that gender-reassignment surgery has been performed. For example:

Does the state allow a gender marker change on birth certificates?

New Mexico: Yes, with a doctor’s letter “indicating that the sex of an individual born in this state has been changed by surgical procedure.” See N.M. Stat. Ann. § 24-14-25(D) at http://law.justia.com/codes/new-mexico/2011/chapter24/article14/section24-14-25

Until now, the only required surgery was on the genitals, with secondary surgeries deemed optional. But new research has prompted some lawmakers to expand surgical requirements. More specifically, Richard Lynn’s Sex Differences in Intelligence:

Yet the male brain is on average 12 percent larger than the female brain, in both newborns and adults. Recent studies using in vivo magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) indicate that brain size has a correlation of between .31 and .43 with intelligence. The identical or near-identical IQ averages by sex were therefore a puzzle.

Arthur Jensen hypothesized that men and women might have the same number of neurons, with those of women more densely packed. However, subsequent research has shown that the male advantage in neurons is even greater than in brain weight: 16 percent, or the equivalent of four billion neurons.

The solution to the puzzle is to control for age. Most mental testing is done on school-age children, and Prof. Lynn’s research confirms that sex differences in this group are slight. However, neurological studies show that white matter in the brain continues to grow more in males than in females after mid-adolescence. Beginning at about age 16, boys have a small IQ advantage over girls, and this gradually grows to four points or more as adults.

Several states are now requiring male-to-female individuals to certify that they’ve had 12% of their brains removed. For example, New Mexico:

New Mexico: Yes, with a doctor’s letter “indicating that the sex of an individual born in this state has been changed by surgical procedure. This procedure must include genital reassignment, and the removal of no less than 12% of the brain for male to female.” See N.M. Stat. Ann. § 24-14-25(D) at http://law.justia.com/codes/new-mexico/2011/chapter24/article14/section24-14-25

I find it interesting that nobody seems to be talking about FEMALE to MALE individuals. This is probably because science has not yet advanced to the point where we can ADD 12% to a brain. I would suggest freezing the portions removed from the male-to-female patients, until we’re able to transplant them into female-to-male patients.

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Why is NPR Losing “Hosts of Color?”

A headline from The Wrap tells us:

Audie Cornish Joins CNN+ Amid Exodus of Nonwhite Hosts From NPR

CNN announced that former NPR host Audie Cornish is joining its forthcoming streamer and and existing podcast network Monday, just days after her NPR exit raised eyebrows…

Cornish announced her exit from “All Things Considered,” which she co-hosted since 2012, last Tuesday. Her exit promped a flurry of online chatter and headlines revolving around the fact that numerous Black hosts and hosts of color have been walking away from the public radio behemoth. She was preceded in her departure by “Weekend Edition Sunday” host Lourdes Garcia-Navarro, who moved to the New York Times in September, “Morning Edition” host Noel King, who headed to Vox Media in November, and former “1A” host Joshua Johnson, who landed at MSNBC.

“If NPR doesn’t see this as a crisis, I don’t know what it’ll take,” tweeted “All Things Considered” co-host Ari Shapiro last week.

A representative for NPR did not immediately return a request for comment on the mini-exodus…

I can’t speak for all POC – but I want to be clear. I do not have to. Our experiences at the company vary and there are some common threads. A number of people have been waving their hands in the air trying to draw attention to them…

There have been many many times when I was the only person of color ‘on the campaign bus’ ‘at the press conference’ ‘at the table’ ‘on the sunday show’ and all that entails. [Over] the years that has changed and for the better! There are many amazing talented black and brown people in front of the camera/mic, in high profile gigs, are executives and more. The flipside is that plenty of voices are speaking out about the work that still needs to be done…

Maybe I missed it, but I didn’t see any accusations of racism directed against Cornish at NPR. On the contrary, she claims that:

I am leaving of my own accord with no malice or resentment. I have had a great run with a company full of people I respect and admire. And I am ready to try something new.

If so, then what exactly is the “common thread,” what is “the crisis,” and what “work still needs to be done?”

Luckily, Cornish does answer this question, by pointing out that:

There have been many many times when I was the only person of color on the campaign bus, at the press conference at the table etc.

This sounds a lot like a complaint that there weren’t enough non-whites at NPR – In other words, there were too many whites.

Too many whites in an organization where the average salary for a host (she was a host) is $52,000/year – when she was making almost $70,000/year.

What does the average CNN host make? The typical CNN anchor salary is over $101,000/year. Some make several million a year. Given Cornish’s experience, it’s safe to assume that she’ll be making a lot more at CNN than she could ever hope to make at NPR.

I don’t listen to NPR, and it’s perfectly possible that Cornish is worth every penny that she’s paid – but why the “exodus of hosts of color” from NPR?

The answer is in the story above. If it’s considered a “crisis” that too many “hosts of color” are leaving a network, that means that there’s a premium on them. Aside from whatever skills they may bring to the table, they have additional value simply by being “hosts of color.” If this were not the case, there would be no story.

The Cult of Diversity has created a situation where “hosts of color” have more value than white hosts. As a result, these “hosts of color” are in more demand. It’s simple supply and demand. Once there’s more demand for “hosts of color,” then networks will be willing to pay more for them, assuming they’re otherwise effective of course.

But NPR can only pay so much, and CNN seems to have deeper pockets. Not surprisingly, the “hosts of color” drift to where the money is.

NPR is a woke organization, and it helped create the market distortion that it now “suffers” from. This is how it appears to me, and it would be interesting to get a more inside perspective on this matter; I could be wrong.

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It’s a Woke World

Somehow I forgot to share this video with y’all, so better late than never. The video might not be embedded on your browser. If not, simply click the “open site in new window” button at the bottom. Enjoy!

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