TRUMP PRESIDENT NAAAHHH!!! and the Trail of Delicious Liberal Tears

Pickle

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Such triggered little bitches upset at seeing a noose. Grow up people.
I love how the headline says it was a ‘racially charged’ post when the post says nothing about race.

Silly sensitive people and their mental programming...
 

lajikal

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Trump mulls response as Saudi Arabia expected to blame oil facility attack on Iran
CBS NEWS

Saudi Arabia was expected to directly blame Iran on Wednesday for the raid that heavily damaged two oil facilities in the kingdom over the weekend. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was on his way to Saudi Arabia to discuss the attack "and coordinate efforts to counter Iranian aggression in the region," according to the State Department.

Iran has denied any involvement, but on Wednesday President Hassan Rouhani said Saudi Arabia should see the attack as a warning to end its war in Yemen.
 

lajikal

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Wow.. don't remember hearing bout dis in school.. Apparently it's an infamous picture.. :haha7:

Omaha race riot of 1919



The charred corpse of Will Brown after being killed, mutilated and burned.

The major meatpacking plants hired blacks as strikebreakers in 1917.[4] South Omaha's working-class whites showed great hostility toward black strikebreakers. By this time, the ethnic Irish—the largest and earliest group of immigrants—had established their power base in the city. Several years earlier, following the death of an Irish policeman, ethnic Irish had led a mob in an attack on Greektown, driving the Greek community from Omaha.

The city's criminal establishment, led by Tom Dennison and teamed with the Omaha Business Men's Association, created a formidable challenge for the moralistic administration of first-term reform mayor Edward Parsons Smith. With little support from the Omaha City Council or the city's labor unions, Smith wearily worked through his reform agenda. Following several strikes throughout the previous year, two detectives with Omaha Police Department's "morals squad" shot and killed an African American bellhop on September 11.[6]

Sensationalized local media reports of the alleged **** of 19-year-old Agnes Loebeck on September 25, 1919 triggered the violence associated with Will Brown's lynching. The following day, police arrested 41-year-old Will Brown as a suspect.[4][7] Loebeck identified Brown as her rapist, however during questioning, Brown stated that Loebeck did not make positive identification, which Loebeck later refuted.[8] There was an unsuccessful attempt to lynch Brown on the day of his arrest.[6]

The Omaha Bee, which published a series of sensational articles about many incidents of black crimes, publicized the incident as one of a series of attacks on white women by black men.[9] A political machine opposed to the newly elected reform administration of Mayor Smith controlled the Omaha Bee.[7]:8 It highlighted alleged incidents of "black criminality" to embarrass the new administration.[6]:157


 

HandPanzer

Shantih Shantih Shantih
Wow.. don't remember hearing bout dis in school.. Apparently it's an infamous picture.. :haha7:

Omaha race riot of 1919



The charred corpse of Will Brown after being killed, mutilated and burned.

The major meatpacking plants hired blacks as strikebreakers in 1917.[4] South Omaha's working-class whites showed great hostility toward black strikebreakers. By this time, the ethnic Irish—the largest and earliest group of immigrants—had established their power base in the city. Several years earlier, following the death of an Irish policeman, ethnic Irish had led a mob in an attack on Greektown, driving the Greek community from Omaha.

The city's criminal establishment, led by Tom Dennison and teamed with the Omaha Business Men's Association, created a formidable challenge for the moralistic administration of first-term reform mayor Edward Parsons Smith. With little support from the Omaha City Council or the city's labor unions, Smith wearily worked through his reform agenda. Following several strikes throughout the previous year, two detectives with Omaha Police Department's "morals squad" shot and killed an African American bellhop on September 11.[6]

Sensationalized local media reports of the alleged **** of 19-year-old Agnes Loebeck on September 25, 1919 triggered the violence associated with Will Brown's lynching. The following day, police arrested 41-year-old Will Brown as a suspect.[4][7] Loebeck identified Brown as her rapist, however during questioning, Brown stated that Loebeck did not make positive identification, which Loebeck later refuted.[8] There was an unsuccessful attempt to lynch Brown on the day of his arrest.[6]

The Omaha Bee, which published a series of sensational articles about many incidents of black crimes, publicized the incident as one of a series of attacks on white women by black men.[9] A political machine opposed to the newly elected reform administration of Mayor Smith controlled the Omaha Bee.[7]:8 It highlighted alleged incidents of "black criminality" to embarrass the new administration.[6]:157


Topical. Now, would you like to discuss some FBI crime stats, perchance?
 
Wow.. don't remember hearing bout dis in school.. Apparently it's an infamous picture.. :haha7:

Omaha race riot of 1919



The charred corpse of Will Brown after being killed, mutilated and burned.

The major meatpacking plants hired blacks as strikebreakers in 1917.[4] South Omaha's working-class whites showed great hostility toward black strikebreakers. By this time, the ethnic Irish—the largest and earliest group of immigrants—had established their power base in the city. Several years earlier, following the death of an Irish policeman, ethnic Irish had led a mob in an attack on Greektown, driving the Greek community from Omaha.

The city's criminal establishment, led by Tom Dennison and teamed with the Omaha Business Men's Association, created a formidable challenge for the moralistic administration of first-term reform mayor Edward Parsons Smith. With little support from the Omaha City Council or the city's labor unions, Smith wearily worked through his reform agenda. Following several strikes throughout the previous year, two detectives with Omaha Police Department's "morals squad" shot and killed an African American bellhop on September 11.[6]

Sensationalized local media reports of the alleged **** of 19-year-old Agnes Loebeck on September 25, 1919 triggered the violence associated with Will Brown's lynching. The following day, police arrested 41-year-old Will Brown as a suspect.[4][7] Loebeck identified Brown as her rapist, however during questioning, Brown stated that Loebeck did not make positive identification, which Loebeck later refuted.[8] There was an unsuccessful attempt to lynch Brown on the day of his arrest.[6]

The Omaha Bee, which published a series of sensational articles about many incidents of black crimes, publicized the incident as one of a series of attacks on white women by black men.[9] A political machine opposed to the newly elected reform administration of Mayor Smith controlled the Omaha Bee.[7]:8 It highlighted alleged incidents of "black criminality" to embarrass the new administration.[6]:157


Fuckin' starving.
 
Trump erupted in fury that the Fed didn't cut the overnight rates Wednesday by as much as he wanted. Just keep in mind, the U.S. is still outperforming expectations by leaps and bounds (Purple line. Dotted red line is zero) while the rest of the world is underperforming. Sorry, world:

 

KRSOne

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Is "brown face" the preferred nominclature for blackface?
Hey @lajikal what the heck is going on here? Sounds like a bigot to me.
Does Justin's LGBQT++ deck beat an angry negro deck?
I was thinking maybe it sounds less racist and less offensive. If it was a righty they would say blackface.

The blackface in the Aladdin outfit I don't see as racist at all, its just part of the costume. If you dressed up as the president or an astronaut I wouldn't see it as racist to put on white makeup or orange makeup.

But then the pictures of Justin with the black face and the afro came out. I don't see how you spin that.
 
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