EVERYBODY KNOWS

Everybody knows that most child molesters and serial killers are white, divorced, with one or two years of university before they dropped out, between the ages of 27 and 43, living in their mothers basement, reading Mein Kampf with tinfoil helmets.

EU REJECTS JAPANESE REFUGEES

Japanese Refugees

Desperate Japanese Asylum-Seekers shipwrecked in the Mediterranean, EU denies refuge!

CUNTS: "LISTEN WHITE NEIGHBOR"

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Nomy Lamm shared Lisa Ganser's post.

today i met up with a group of mostly white activists in a Black neighborhood where a white neighbor has been calling the police (and pulling other types of authorities into disputes with her neighbors.) our intention was to ask this white woman, in a friendly and serious way, not to call the police on Black people.

we met early evening at the park down the street. a number of participants went around the block chalking hearts and names of Loved Ones Lost. we practiced our song at the park and a neighbor said yeah, sounds pretty good, you gotta get the timing right. we worked on that and then headed over to the white neighbor's house. we sang our song a few times, and tried ringing her doorbell. a family next door stood on the steps watching us. the mom was holding back her little kids, keeping them on the porch. i waved and smiled, and she smiled. they seemed nervous but curious.

the white neighbor did not appear to be home. dogs were barking. we read aloud the names and stories of Black people who have been killed by police. we sent love. we sang the song a few more times. we put the song lyrics and some info about Oakland police shootings on her door, and just as we were wandering off down the stree, the white neighbor lady came home. i was like 'that's her! that's her! should we do it?' we rallied back together and sang, and she at first seemed almost happy about it, she was like 'i agree with you, but why me?' that's when lisa said 'do you remember me?' and she realized who we were there on behalf of.

it is intense to see a person being called on their shit yelling and screaming such predictable, scripted defenses, how she is such a good person, she gives food to homeless people, all her neighbors love her, her life was being threatened, not all cops come with their guns drawn, she doesn't care if you're black, white or chinese... etc. she also said their dog had almost bitten her arm completely off, in which case she is a miraculous healer because there were no scars or anything.

one of us very diligently and kindly kept trying to tell the white neighbor about mediation resources, as she stomped away, saying 'who am i supposed to call? nobody comes to save me!' several of us were calling 'please! wait! listen! we're coming from a place of love!' and she slammed the door.

somewhere in the middle of all this, a conversation started with the neighbor next door on the porch with her kids, and it became known that she also was having problems with this particular white neighbor, that she is scared of her. a bilingual spanish speaker in our group stepped forward to talk with her and translate. it turns out the white lady reported this neighbor to her landlord for something having to do with her dogs, and an eviction process has been started. this neighbor was given the contact info for Causa Justa, and will be followed up with with more resources.

back at the park we debriefed. we felt good about it, a little rattled, but mostly positive. we talked about following up with the white neighbor, either in person or in a letter. a member of our group reminded us that this woman is dangerous to her brown and black neighbors, she is litigious, and we need to make sure not to make anything worse for them. two people offered to write a letter thanking the neighbor for hearing us, and offering resources for mediation and conflict resolution. we also talked about using our time and energy to support the neighbor who is facing possible eviction. members of this group will stay in contact with her to see what she needs.

i am sharing all of this because i want to talk more about how we call in difficult members of our communities. specifically i'm curious about how white people work with problematic white people, how do we 'reel in our cousins' ? and how do we stop violence before it happens?

Lisa Ganser

Listen White Neighbor! An Action of Love and Accountability.

Black People Killed by Police After Someone Called 911 on them:

Darnisha Harris: 16-year-old Black teenager Darnisha Harris was shot and killed by a Louisiana police officer on December 2, 2012, after a neighbor called the police. Witnesses said a fight had broken out, and as police were arriving on the scene, Darnisha got into her car and tried to drive away. The officer said Darnisha was driving erratically before he opened fire. Darnisha is survived by her mother, father, three brothers, one sister, maternal grandmother, one niece, two nephews, aunts, uncles, and other relatives and friends.

Kris Jackson: 22 year old mixed race/Black freckle-faced Kris Jackson was staying at a Lake Tahoe motel with his girlfriend on June 15, 2015 when they got in an argument, and a neighbor called the police. When he heard the cops arrive, he tried to escape out the bathroom window. To the horror of his partner, within minutes of the police arriving on the scene Kris was shot while hanging out of the bathroom window, posing no threat to the officer or anyone else. He later died in the hospital as a result of his injuries. His partner and family are still in shock, and greatly miss him.

Renisha McBride: 19-year-old Renisha McBride survived a car accident in the early morning hours of November 2, 2013. Approximately 3 hours later, she walked up to a house looking for help about a mile away from the crash, in Dearborn Heights, outside Detroit. The homeowner Theodore Wafer shot Renisha, a Black woman, in the face with a shotgun, killing her. He then found his cell phone and dialed 911. He said he believed her to be a potential intruder. Speaking at Wafer’s sentencing trial, Renisha’s sister Jasmine said, “Losing my sister was one of the most devastating times of my life."

Tamir Rice: Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old Black child, was murdered on November 22, 2014, after a neighbor called the police reporting a "black male sitting on a swing and pointing a gun at people" in a city park. The park was across the street from Tamir house, and he was playing with a toy gun. Two officers arrived and before the car even stopped, one of them fired two shots, hitting Tamir once in the torso. The officers did not administer any first aid to the child. His 14-year old sister, Tajai Rice, attempted to reach him after he was shot but could not get to him. She was brutally assaulted by an officer, thrown on the ground, handcuffed, and put in the back of the police car, right next to his body. Tamir died the following day.

John Crawford III: John Crawford, age 22, was shopping while Black at a Walmart in Beavercreek, Ohio on August 5 2014, holding an item that they sell there, a toy BB gun. A white shopper, Ronald Ritchie, called 911. Ritchie claimed that John was waving the gun at children and that he thought he was going to rob the place or shoot somebody (he has since recanted his statement). Officer Sean Williams opened fire on Crawford almost immediately upon encountering him, hitting him in the torso and arm. John died later that day from his wounds, leaving behind loving family including his two children.

Dante Parker: In August of 2014, Black father Dante Parker was riding his bike in Victorville, CA, in the hot sun, and suffered a heat stroke. He went to the home of a white woman and knocked on her door looking for help. She called the police, rendering him a "suspect." Police arrived and tasered him to death. Dante was an amazing and loving husband, father, son, brother, uncle, and friend, whose life ended much too soon. He has five children who will now grow up without their dad.

Jonathan Ferrell: 24 year old Jonathan Ferrell, a Black man, had just lived through a car accident, when he knocked on someone's door asking for help at around 2:30am on September 14, 2013. The woman who lived there called 911 and said someone was breaking into her house. When the cops arrived, they fired approximately 12 shots, 10 hitting and killing Jonathan. Speaking to reporters after hearing that the charges are dropped against the cop who killed her son, Jonathan’s mother Georgia Ferrell said “Continue to march, continue to show them that we mean business, that we will not roll over and play dead.”

Tony Robinson: 19 year old Tony Robinson, of Madison, Wisconsin was allegedly running in and out of traffic when someone called 911. When police officer Matt Kenny arrived on the scene, gun drawn, he said he heard "incoherent yelling and screaming." He fired seven shots, putting bullets into Tony's head and torso, fatally wounding the teenager. Tony's mom, Andrea Irwin, shared the following after hearing the officer won’t face charges: “I’m heartbroken, angry, more than upset, almost something I can’t describe right now.” The family has since moved from their home, after a news station released their address and they began receiving death threats.

Yuvette Henderson: 37 year old Yuvette Henderson was shot and killed by Emeryville PD on February 3rd, 2015 after a Home Depot employee called the police on her. She was accused of shoplifting, assaulted by Home Depot security, ran from the store, and was gunned down by Emeryville PD using an AR-15 (military grade weapon). Yuvette left behind a devastated family, including four children and grandchildren.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuMwB-6-uzI -- Listen White Neighbor (written by nomy lamm)

Senaida Poole

Nomy, what a beautiful write up. Can I share this?

Nomy Lamm

yes of course xo

Red Schmarpman

Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing this

Alanna Kelly

^yes. Stunning action.

Jennifer Smedley

I love your song, and this post is beautiful too. The stories are so heartbreaking xx

Peter Dakota Molof

Thank you so much for the report back and for helping to make this happen!

Karen Erlichman

Kol hakavod to you, dear Nomy.

Cherry Galette

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Deb Malkin

Thank you for this stunning action and report back. I hope the neighbors feel supported more. I hope that woman thinks more about her actions and impact on her neighbors.

Heart Wildstar

Y'all are amazing. Thank you

Vanessa Hays

I'm asking similar questions after failing to effectively address racism in my community. Sending you solidarity and admiration.

Zena Hartung

This is hard and very delicate work. Thanks for the story, Nomy.

Susan Surface

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Roan Boucher

Thank you for sharing this story in such thoughtful detail! Whether or not this one person's behavior will change, I think these acts of solidarity and compassion have positive ripple effects - this sounds so worthwhile and beautiful.

Andras Jones

I really appreciate the subtle and profound difference between "calling out" and "calling in".

Jee Bee

You guys are so awesome. I wish I'd been there (I'm in Vegas) - however I could certainly have done no better than you guys. Yall did great. Ok off the top of my head - for next step - I'm putting on my "SURJ" (showing up for racial justice) hat. Maybe...See More

Nomy Lamm

Kitty Stryker tagging you since you had offered to write the draft, some ideas about framing the letter to the neighbor... I think saying her heart is in the right place is a very generous and potentially helpful statement...

Jeanette Spalding

This is great

Megan Hanson

Thank you for sharing your experience... What a powerful read! You inspire me Nomi, and it has motivated me to be more active in my community. I am now currently in the process of bringing Diversity and Inclusion to my workplace, and meet with a few mo...See More

Danielle Rhéaume

Amazing. I have experienced and seen how police will unnecessarily escalate violence against people who they are prejudiced against due to a phone call made by someone else. This problem is rampant. Thank you for working to make it stop. to all of you.

Nomy Lamm

there is someone in Tacoma who actually needs an intervention like this. Megan Hanson maybe you'd want to be a part of that?

Kevin Simmonds

Well, for the moment, news like this saves me from the abyss. Thank you for doing what seems impossible for many many white people.

Justin DeCastro

Grrrr8 work Nomy!

Lukas Blakk

Thank you for this story of how it went and thank you for your time and creativity allied to this struggle

"DON'T CALL THE COPS ON NIGGERS, WHITEY!"


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11 hrs ·

today i met up with a group of mostly white activists in a Black neighborhood where a white neighbor has been calling the police (and pulling other types of authorities into disputes with her neighbors.) our intention was to ask this white woman, in a friendly and serious way, not to call the police on Black people.

we met early evening at the park down the street. a number of participants went around the block chalking hearts and names of Loved Ones Lost. we practiced our song at the park and a neighbor said yeah, sounds pretty good, you gotta get the timing right. we worked on that and then headed over to the white neighbor's house. we sang our song a few times, and tried ringing her doorbell. a family next door stood on the steps watching us. the mom was holding back her little kids, keeping them on the porch. i waved and smiled, and she smiled. they seemed nervous but curious.

the white neighbor did not appear to be home. dogs were barking. we read aloud the names and stories of Black people who have been killed by police. we sent love. we sang the song a few more times. we put the song lyrics and some info about Oakland police shootings on her door, and just as we were wandering off down the stree, the white neighbor lady came home. i was like 'that's her! that's her! should we do it?' we rallied back together and sang, and she at first seemed almost happy about it, she was like 'i agree with you, but why me?' that's when lisa said 'do you remember me?' and she realized who we were there on behalf of.

it is intense to see a person being called on their shit yelling and screaming such predictable, scripted defenses, how she is such a good person, she gives food to homeless people, all her neighbors love her, her life was being threatened, not all cops come with their guns drawn, she doesn't care if you're black, white or chinese... etc. she also said their dog had almost bitten her arm completely off, in which case she is a miraculous healer because there were no scars or anything.
one of us very diligently and kindly kept trying to tell the white neighbor about mediation resources, as she stomped away, saying 'who am i supposed to call? nobody comes to save me!' several of us were calling 'please! wait! listen! we're coming from a place of love!' and she slammed the door.

somewhere in the middle of all this, a conversation started with the neighbor next door on the porch with her kids, and it became known that she also was having problems with this particular white neighbor, that she is scared of her. a bilingual spanish speaker in our group stepped forward to talk with her and translate. it turns out the white lady reported this neighbor to her landlord for something having to do with her dogs, and an eviction process has been started. this neighbor was given the contact info for Causa Justa, and will be followed up with with more resources.

back at the park we debriefed. we felt good about it, a little rattled, but mostly positive. we talked about following up with the white neighbor, either in person or in a letter. a member of our group reminded us that this woman is dangerous to her brown and black neighbors, she is litigious, and we need to make sure not to make anything worse for them. two people offered to write a letter thanking the neighbor for hearing us, and offering resources for mediation and conflict resolution. we also talked about using our time and energy to support the neighbor who is facing possible eviction. members of this group will stay in contact with her to see what she needs.

i am sharing all of this because i want to talk more about how we call in difficult members of our communities. specifically i'm curious about how white people work with problematic white people, how do we 'reel in our cousins' ? and how do we stop violence before it happens?

"WHA'S DAT TRUMP GON' DO FO' ME?"

Cake Sow

"Wha's dat Trump gon' do fo' me? Cake? Nyumm nyummm mmmm...."

PAKI vs MY FOOT

I went to a clinic because of a foot pain I've had for a month now. I took off my shoe, and was about to take off my sock.

Paki "Doctor": "Vhot are you doink?"

Me: "Uhhh...taking off my...uh...shoe?"

Paki: "Vhy?"

Me: "So you can examine my foot?"

Paki: "Vhy? Here, take, X-ray rekveesishin."

He didn't even ask me a single question. He never looked me in the eye. He just scribbled, with his back to me, and briefly turned around to give me a dirty look when he saw me take my shoe off. He didn't even say, "Okay", or "See you next time", or anything to indicate he was finished with me. Just spent about 30 seconds with me, gave me an X-ray requisition, and kept his back to me. Then started scribbling something again.

The ignorant, incompetent, uncaring Paki bastardI He probably just bought his medical degree.

TIMES CHANGE

By 1851, the Irish-born population became the largest single ethnic group in Toronto. In the 1920s, Toronto was called "The Belfast of Canada", because it was considered such an upright and straight-laced Scots-Irish Presbyterian city.

TRUMP & CRUZ TEAM-UP for KIKESTAN-IN-PALESTINE

Iran Nuclear Crisis: Cruz and Trump to Team Up on Iran Deal

Trump: "[The Iranians] are going to be such a wealthy, such a powerful nation. They are going to have nuclear weapons. They are going to take over parts of the world that you wouldn't believe. And I think it's going to lead to nuclear holocaust. Israel is in big trouble. Obama has really let Israel down."

By Ben Ariel, Israel International News, Aug 28, 2015

Republican presidential candidates Senator Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are teaming up in opposing the Iran nuclear deal. The two are set to appear at an event organized by the Tea Party Patriots, the Center for Security Politics, and the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA).

Mort Klein, the ZOA president, said, "I think it's of great value to have a person who will likely command coverage of this rally, of this issue, like Donald Trump would be able to. I think it's a good thing. I don't care if he sucks the air out of the room. Maybe [Trump] will be covered more than anyone else at the rally. Fine. The issue's all that matters to me, and getting it covered, and trying to stop this disaster for our country."

Cruz has made his opposition to the Iran agreement a key part of his campaign platform, vowing to "rip to shreds" the deal on the first day of a Cruz presidency. Trump has also been vocal of his opposition to the deal, warning several weeks ago that it would lead to a doomsday scenario.


RUSSIAN STUPIDITY & KURILES

Going Eastward: Can Russia’s ‘pivot to Asia’ succeed without Japan?

Troika Report (Rossiskaya Gazeta), 2015.08.27

Medvedev Kuriles

[Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev meets the participants of the Russian Youth Education Forum Iturup in the town of Kurilsk. The Russian Prime Minister came to Iturup, one of the Kuril Islands, during his visit to the Far Eastern Federal District. Source: Ria Novosti/Dmitry Astakhov]

Japanese leadership was upset by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev setting foot on the island of Iturup of the Kuril archipelago in the Russian Far East last week. Seized by the USSR in 1945, the Kurils remain a bone of contention between the two countries and Japan continues to claim the four southernmost islands. As a symbolic rebuff to Medvedev’s visit, the Japanese foreign minister delayed his trip to Moscow.

Medvedev’s visit and his statement that the Kurils are an integral and natural part of Russia — “This is how it is and how it will be” — has jeopardized if not ruined altogether the chances of a pre-planned visit to Tokyo and summit between Shinzo Abe, Japan’s prime minister, and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

What is the price that Moscow seems to be so ready to pay for alienating Japan prior to much-anticipated high-level talks? Vladimir Skosyrev, a foreign affairs observer with Nezavisimaya Gazeta in Moscow, made this comment for Troika Report:

“I am a little astonished by the tough stance by Moscow. There are no chances of Russia giving away the islands to Japan in the foreseeable future. I do not understand why it is necessary for our prime minister to visit the island of Iturup at this very moment. We are facing hostile attitudes from the Western powers. Japan had a slightly milder position (regarding Russia). We are interested in Japanese investments. President Putin’s visit to Japan could have improved our relations. It could also lessen Russia’s dependence on China. Medvedev’s visit to Iturup shows that Moscow is not counting on positive results from Putin’s trip to Japan.”
— It looks like Russia’s “pivot to Asia” is becoming predominantly a pivot to China. Can this strategy succeed without positively engaging Japan?

“I think this so-called ‘pivot to Asia’ is not a very good move. We are becoming more and more dependent on China. We should seek some counterweight to China’s influence. Japan could be one of the possible players in this game. But we reject any possibility of improving relations with Tokyo.”
Russia’s stance is based on the premise that, given the extremely sensitive nature of the controversy, it makes sense to detach business from politics, leaving the settlement of the territorial dispute for subsequent generations.

Whoever follows the logic of horse sense would ask several crucial questions about the future of the turbulent relations between Russia and Japan.

Can Russia’s solemnly proclaimed strategy of a “pivot to Asia” succeed without a positive engagement of Japan? The answer is: no.

Given the potential of Russia-China cooperation, can Japan afford to stay on the sidelines of the new integration process that is gearing up in Eurasia? No.

Is it a genuine belief among the Japanese political class that the return of the disputed Kuril Islands would bury the hatchet of World War II and set bilateral ties on the path to peace and prosperity? No.

Do policy makers in Japan think that – regardless of whatever leader is in power in Moscow – the “giveaway” of part of Russia’s territory would earn support with the Russian public? No.

Now let’s try a set of positive answers. If the territorial dispute remains in total stalemate, will it adversely affect political and business cooperation between the two neighboring countries? Yes, it will.

In this case, will it deprive Russia and Japan of the benefits of meaningful and profitable interaction? Yes.
Will the prolonged discord persuade Russia to enhance ties and bet on a strategic (non-military) alliance with China, while convincing Japan it has no option but to keep its attachment to the United States? Yes. It brings both sides nowhere nearer a compromise. As The Financial Times pointed out, “the strength of Japan’s U.S. alliance gives Russia little incentive to make concessions.”

True, Shintaro Abe, the father of Japan’s current prime minister, made an attempt to resolve the frozen diplomatic conflict while serving as foreign minister back in the 1980s. It fell flat.

Today, his son, who seems to enjoy a special relationship with Vladimir Putin, is keen to achieve a breakthrough. It was reported that Abe was even considering attending the festivities in May in Moscow dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the Allied victory over the Axis powers in 1945. Rumor has it that the Russian president is interested in finding a sound solution to the dispute over the Kurils.

The bottom line of these logical calculations is that entrenched misunderstanding and animosity which is keeping Japan and Russia apart is beneficial to neither of them. For Moscow and Tokyo, the insurmountable obstacle in the form of the Kuril Islands dispute remains a classical lose-lose situation.

* * *

Globally Speaking: Chinese slowdown: Russia in for a rocky ride

The creeping effects of the devaluation of the yuan, the crash of China’s stock exchange and the accumulation of negative trends in the world’s second-largest economy has fueled speculations in the Moscow expert community that the timing of Russia’s declared “pivot to Asia” — with its emphasis on strategic partnership with China — might have been wrong.

The depreciation of the Chinese currency took everyone by surprise, triggering suspicions that these are the first shots in a currency war. However, one can convincingly argue that despite relatively small damage from the economic slowdown, at least, so far, China is fidgety since its previous growth drivers — export-oriented manufacturing sectors, real estate and investments in infrastructure projects — are no longer delivering as they did before.

One of the main reasons is the gradual drying up of the stream of migrant workers from rural areas. Since Deng Xiaoping launched his reforms back in 1978, some 278 million people have moved into China’s cities – most with moderate life aspirations and ready to accept modest remunerations. In 2014, the inflow shrank to 1.3 percent, and this year it may even go into the red. China has to accommodate more skilled and more demanding laborers, which inevitably ramps up wages and salaries across all key industries.

Subsequently, a more expensive workforce deprives China of its ultimate competitive advantage, which fueled its sustainable GDP growth at an average of 10 percent until 2010. It peaked in 2007 with an awesome 14.2 percent of added GDP value. However, by 2014 it had slowed to 7.4 percent, the country’s worst performance in the last 24 years. The final outcome of 2015, despite official forecasts of “around 7 percent” GDP growth, according to the general assessment, will amount to a maximum of around 4-5 percent.

The meltdown of the Chinese economy has sent shockwaves around the world’s financial markets, while experts are struggling to forecast its global impact. How serious is this downturn? What echoes will all these adverse developments in China have in Russia? Alexander Zotin, an observer with leading Russian business weekly Money, had this to say to Troika Report:

“Chinese GDP constitutes 10-12 percent of global GDP. But the Chinese share of global GDP growth is more than 33 percent, or a third. China has been the leader of global growth for the last 10 or even 20 years. Now, if China ceases to be that leader, the world will be stagnating.”

“Now we see the effects of an unstable growth model. We see the bubble on the stock market and in real estate. It means a strong headwind. For the outside world, it will mean difficult times ahead while trying to alleviate the effects of the Chinese slowdown.”

— How will Russia be affected by the adverse trends in the Chinese economy?

“The Russian economy is 75 percent dependent on the export of commodities. Two thirds of Russian exports is made up of oil and gas, plus 15 percent for industrial metals. The Chinese slowdown will depress prices for these commodities.”

“Russia is very dependent on global economic cycles. If the world’s economy is booming, Russia’s economy is also booming. If the trend is negative, Russia’s economy is contracting at an even higher rate. Russia is hypersensitive to growth cycles.”

What are the immediate repercussions of China’s slowdown and currency volatility for Russia? The alarm bells began ringing this year when the negotiations over the Western route to deliver pipeline gas to China (the Power of Siberia 2 project) started to drag their feet. While work on the eastern route project to bring 38 billion cubic meters per annum (bcma) of Siberian natural gas to China is underway, the original offer to supply an additional 30 bcma via the Altai region to China’s western regions has now become less attractive.

The reason is that while in 2012-2013 gas consumption in China surged by 12-13 percent, the rate of growth fell to 8.5 percent in 2014, and was reduced to 2 percent in the first quarter of 2015. The global oil price crunch was no less instrumental in stalling the talks.

This bearish trend might also affect purchases of goods with high added value, inflicting damage on countries like Germany, which exports sophisticated equipment and technology to its major trade client in the East. With deflationary pressure from China building up, the German economy would suffer as well.

Follow the logic: Since Germany is the key trade and economic partner of Russia, for Russian businesses there will be a spillover of troubles both from the east and the west – the classic “domino effect.”

Actually, this is the price to pay for globalization, which has enhanced the risks of interdependence to a level beyond anyone’s control. One Russian expert predicts that the next global recession will be “Made in China,” or at least in the coming years the Asian behemoth will be the single biggest source of global economic volatility.
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Tila Tequila kicked off Celebrity Big Brother after praising Hitler on Facebook and posting a picture wearing Nazi gear in front of Auschwitz

Tila Tequila Auschwitz

Celebrity Big Brother contestant Tila Tequila claimed to be 'Hitler reborn'

She has previously posed in front of Auschwitz wearing Nazi regalia

Big Brother decided to remove her after 'Hitler was discussed in house'

It has been reported that she will not receive £113,000 payout from show

Mail Online
, 29 August 2015

Glamour model Tila Tequila has been kicked out of the Celebrity Big Brother house after it emerged that she posed in front of Auschwitz in Nazi gear and claimed to be 'Hitler reborn'.

Hundreds of viewers and campaigners complained about the controversial American star who has previously praised the German dictator and referred to herself as 'Hitila', which lead Channel 5 and Endermol to remove her from the house on Friday, one day after she entered.

A Channel 5 spokesman said: 'Unfortunately, Channel 5 and Endemol did not know about the views and attitudes Tila had expressed in social media postings prior to her involvement in Celebrity Big Brother.

'When they were brought to our attention, she was called to the Diary Room for a discussion with producers and was subsequently removed from the house.

'The views Tila had expressed, and permitted to remain uncorrected, are totally unacceptable and, accordingly, her continued involvement in the programme was untenable.'

Producers called the MTV star to the Diary Room and asked her to leave after Hitler was discussed in the house.

It has also been reported that the 33-year-old, who is best-known for her bisexual-themed dating show, will not receive her £113,000 payout from the show.

Tila sparked outrage in December 2013 when she photoshopped a picture of herself standing in front of Auschwitz concentration camp in a SS uniform cap and red swastika armband.

The glamour model, who entered the Celebrity Big Brother house last night, has been slammed for her extremist and anti-Semitic posts in which she describes Hitler as a 'special and sweet kid'.

Her Facebook profile has been temporarily suspended at least eight times by the social network for a series of offensive posts.

The Campaign against Anti-Semitism launched an online petition calling for Tila to be removed from the Channel 5 show which has attracted 280 signatures.

Jonathan Sacerdoti, direction of communications at the campaign group, said: 'The British public has little time for attention seeking Nazi sympathisers like 'Tila Tequila'. Channel 5 and Endemol Shine UK ought to be ashamed of themselves for promoting such a deeply offensive and nasty person on prime time television. Her repulsive writings on Hitler, the Holocaust and on Jewish people make her a totally unacceptable participant for this programme. Channel 5 ought to remove her immediately from the programme, and apologise fully for their enormous error of judgement. She should then be given the exact amount of public attention as she deserves: none.'

Hundreds have also taken to social media to blast the decision to let Tila on the show, with many saying that she should never have passed the initial vetting process.

Annabel richardson ‏said: 'Has everyone conveniently forgotten that Tila Tequila is a nazi sympathiser? #CBBUK.'

Gary Doyle ‏said: 'Quick reminder of when #TilaTequila dressed up like a Nazi and posted 'Why I Sympathize with Hitler: Part I' #CBBUK.'

Channel 5 said producers were unaware of her 'unacceptable' views before the show and said they decided to remove her because her continued involvement was 'untenable'.

The model first gained fame on her bisexual-themed dating show, A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila

Tila, who first gained fame on her bisexual-themed dating show, has strongly denied that she is anti-semitic and in 2012 she said she was considering converting to Judaism.

But in a series of online postings, including a blog entitled 'Why I sympathise with Hitler Part 1', she described the Nazi leader as a 'good man' who deserved forgiveness.

She said: 'He was not a bad person as they have painted him out to be. Not even close!!!

'Hitler was a good man and it takes some f*****g balls for someone to say this out loud in this day and age, especially for a public figure like myself.'

She sparked outrage by saying that the Holocaust, which claimed the lives of six million Jews, was just a side effect of war.

In one post she said: 'I am not going to sit here and say that I hate Jewish people because that is not the case nor is this about Jews. Here is a man who was not a coward, stood up for his country in a desperate time of need… and yet not only did he try his best to help his country and people get out of what was a time of depression, economic collapse, high unemployment. He lost the war and was painted out to be a monster after his death. This is what breaks my heart.'

She has continuously presented the German dictator as a victim and even blamed his actions on being rejected from art school.

The model, whose real name is Thien Thanh Thi Nguyen, said: 'Once upon a time in a land far away there was a special and sweet kid who had a dream to become a painter. He was a brilliant artist and was ahead of his time. He had hopes, and dreams just like we all do. Unfortunately, the art schools did not feel the same as he and they rejected him. Fast forward a few years later he was roughed up and bullied on top of that by the same people he once loved. His Name was Hitler.'

She then compared herself to Hitler, saying: '[The Jews] mocked her, rejected her and laughed at her through and through when all she ever did was show them her love.'

The mother-of-one, who was born in Singapore to Vietnamese parents, is one of 13 participants in the 16th series of Celebrity Big Brother.

She entered the house last night and is set to strip down to her pants during tonight's episode.

In a preview for the episode she was seen making her fellow Housemate, former Apprentice star James Hill, blush as she unzipped her jeans and flashed her white thong.

Tila, who is best-known for her TV show, A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila, said: 'You Brit boys could never handle me.'

Before entering the house she said she would love to be a 'dominant' force.

A Channel 5 spokesman said: 'Unfortunately, Channel 5 and Endemol did not know about the views and attitudes Tila had expressed in social media postings prior to her involvement in Celebrity Big Brother.

'When they were brought to our attention, she was called to the Diary Room for a discussion with producers and was subsequently removed from the house.

'The views Tila had expressed, and permitted to remain uncorrected, are totally unacceptable and, accordingly, her continued involvement in the programme was untenable.'

Tila has now issued an apology, saying: 'Back in 2013 I made a statement about Hitler not being a bad person, and immediately realized soon after that I had made a terrible mistake that would ultimately come back to haunt me. During that time I had been suffering from severe depression, and drug addiction for many years prior to that. I also attempted to commit suicide in 2012, and overdosed on prescription pills. I wanted to die. I felt worthless, and unloved as that pain continued to grow causing me to further spiral out of control. Losing touch of myself, and reality. It was absolutely the lowest point I had ever reached in my life, and today I am truly sorry to everyone that I may have hurt along my self-destructive path. I have made many mistakes that I am definitely not proud about, but I am only a flawed human who is trying my best to be a better person than I was in the past. I am deeply sorry for my irresponsible, wreckless, and selfish actions and I hope that everyone can forgive me for the pain that I may have caused. I want to be a good role model for my daughter because I don't want her to go through what I have had to endure.'

Tila Tequila Big Brother

COMMENTS

JamieH23, Essex, United Kingdom: You people need to calm down it's a picture. Get a life you complete and utter no life's. God get out and get life's all of you. Idiots!

Doonal Jones, Worcester, United Kingdom: She's still hot though

griffter59, Haywards Heath: Regardless of whether we agree with it or not, she was practicing free speech. I dont know why people are getting their knickers in a twist.

PinotNoir_PLs, Phx, United States: Tila is trash. I do like that white outfit tho

Misszar, Cape Town: Does she even realise she's one of the people Hitler would have come for?

lucamama, Glasgow, United Kingdom: No she clearly has no clue...

Clem Kent, Texas, United States: You can't cure stupid

Estée, Swansea, United Kingdom: Shows she doesn't have adequate education...

null: I don't think she has the intelligence to be honest

Stinkysocks, Colchester, United Kingdom: Didn't a royal pose in a nazi uniform.. ?

The-Mankini-Killer, London, United Kingdom: Not defending her in any way it's disgusting but does cbb not do a check on these sorts of things before they offer them huge amounts of money to go on live TV in front of millions of people?

clare0ntarget, felixstowe: Just what BB wants.......to shock people as much as possible.

Christian Andrew R, Burnley, United Kingdom: This horrid woman should not be given any kind of publicity.

Will, London: BB I think knew her past and put her in the house to do exactly this. Why? Because it's gives them headlines and gets everyone's attention. A setup from the get go.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3214517/Fans-call-Big-Brother-kick-contestant-Tila-Tequila.html

BETWEEN THE WORLD AND A NIGGER

Nigger Ta-Nehisi Coates, from Between the World and Me:

"It is not necessary that you believe that the officer who choked Eric Garner set out that day to destroy a body. All you need to understand is that the officer carries with him the power of the American state and the weight of an American legacy, and they necessitate that of the bodies destroyed every year, some wild and disproportionate number of them will be black. Here is what I would like for you to know: In America, it is traditional to destroy the black body—it is heritage."

Kike novelist Michael Chabon on Between the World and Me:

"I know that this book is addressed to the author’s son, and by obvious analogy to all boys and young men of color as they pass, inexorably, into harm’s way. I hope that I will be forgiven, then, for feeling that Ta-Nehisi Coates was speaking to me, too, one father to another, teaching me that real courage is the courage to be vulnerable."

Kike NYT editor David Brooks on Between the World and Me:

"Am I displaying my privilege if I disagree? Is my job just to respect your experience and accept your conclusions? Does a white person have standing to respond?”

CNN:

"How To Read Like A President

"President Barack Obama has escaped the White House for a vacation at Martha's Vineyard, spending time with his family and friends, golfing, and, of course, reading. No vacation is complete without a list of books, and the White House released his summer reading list Thursday afternoon, totaling 2,725 pages.

"The six books are:

"All That Is," by [Kike] James Salter [James Arnold Horowitz], who died in June;

"All The Light We Cannot See," ["Set in occupied France during World War II, the novel centers on a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths cross."] by Anthony Doerr, who won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction for the novel;

"The Sixth Extinction," by Elizabeth Kolbert, who also won a Pulitzer this year for her book;

"The Lowland," [about Indian Maoist revolutionaries/terrorists] by Jhumpa Lahiri [b. London, parents from Bengal, moved to USA age two], whose novel was Booker-shortlisted in 2013;

"Between The World and Me," by TA-NEHESI COATES;

"Washington: A Life," by [Kike] Ron [Israelovich] Chernow, the historian who penned the biography of [Kike] Alexander Hamilton that the musical "Hamilton" is based on."

http://www.cnn.com/2015/08/13/politics/barack-obama-reading-list-vacation/

CONQUEST: THREE LAWS

Robert Conquest Aretha Franklin The Kike Greenspan

Conquest, Franklin, The Kike Greenspan


Robert Conquest’s Three Laws of Politics:
  1. Everyone is conservative about what he knows best.
  2. Any organization not explicitly right-wing sooner or later becomes left-wing.
  3. The simplest way to explain the behavior of any bureaucratic organization is to assume that it is controlled by a cabal of its enemies.


Interesting. "Ex-"Communist Conquest himself cucked mightily for his Kike masters, so I guess he should have known.

Robert Conquest, The Spectator, 1961.05.04:

"The Americans...are defending the interests of everyone who cares about real, rather than national, progress and liberty. In a jungle full of totalitarian monsters liberal democracy needs teeth."

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