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White t-shirts lead to white supremacism

It's true.

So, look at this story.

A high school in Soquel, California suspended some students because they wore white t-shirts.

"All the girls wore pink, all the sports guys wore tank tops," says Soquel High Senior Mikey Donnelly. "We were all going to wear white so that was the plan. Just wear white t-shirts to identify ourselves and look back and say that was our group of friends right there."

Yes, I see it exactly. A group of guys all wearing the same colours out in California... seems totally innocent.

Of course, these proto David Dukes are protesting. "We're innocent," they cry. "We just wanted to say, 'hey, that's us, the guys in the white tees!'"

That'd be all well and good, except, well, there were other guys who liked to wear white.

These guys loved... wait... what the fuck? Wrong picture, hold on, let me fix this.

There we go.

These guys loved the colour white too. a whole lot. Because when you think about it, a preference for white in one area will inevitably lead to a preference for it in other areas. One day, you're just admiring white dress shirts - the next day, you're admiring white skin. It only makes sense.

So the school took the only reasonable course of action, and suspended these Klansmen for three days. After all, they were upsetting others, and if that's not a crime, I don't know what is.

Donnelly said the school told him people were offended and intimidated by his group, claiming they're a white supremacist gang.

The Lawful School Authorities only had safety in mind. They work hard to promote a tolerate, diverse environment, and people wearing white t-shirts simply destroys it entirely. I know that if I were black, and I saw someone wearing a white shirt, I'd fear for my life - all white supremecists wear them.

Take a look at the man above. That's rapper Jay-Z and he's wearing a white t-shirt. He is clearly a white supremacist. It is the only possible explanation for that t-shirt.

Now you might argue, "But Rt. Rev. Sir Michael Lee von Foley-Röhm I, 16th Baron of Xternetsa, Jay-Z is black. That doesn't make any sense. Why would he be a white supremacist?"

First, thank you for addressing me by my full title. Secondly, in answer to your query, well, don't worry, non-whites can be white supremacists. A chilling expose on this subject by investigative journalist David Chappelle premiered on no less an authority than Frontline, and it can be viewed here.

Second, consider the case of David Mine, one of the supremacists at the school.

"I feel disrespected," says Soquel High Senior David Mine.
Mine also wore a white t-shirt and was also suspended. He's missing out on finals and that could jeopardize his graduation.
"I'm Asian," says Mine. "I don't see how I can be a white supremacist. I'm against it completely."

He's an Asian-American, who was wearing a white t-shirt (which clearly marks him as a white supremacist) and yet he plays the race card when he is called out on his dearly-held beliefs. What a disgusting human being he is.

The Lawful School Authorities have only the best interests of the students in mind, please never forget that.

Soquel High Principal Ken Lawrence-Emanuel was very tight-lipped about it, saying students' punishments are confidential. But told me the school got several complaints about a white pride group on campus.
"Safety is always first at Soquel High," says Lawrence-Emanuel. "We want to make sure we do everything we can to keep people from feeling and being safe on campus."

Yes, you read it right. The Lawful School Authorities are doing everything they can to keep people from having any emotional reaction to anything or being safe on campus.

Wait, WHAT?!


( 5 comments — Leave a comment )
May. 29th, 2011 02:44 pm (UTC)
Jay-Z is not only clearly a white supremacist, but also an occultist with ties to both the Freemasons and the O.T.O.!
May. 30th, 2011 03:41 am (UTC)
I also learned from this that "Most occult orders secretly acknowledge Lucifer as being the savior of humanity." I had no idea.
May. 29th, 2011 05:21 pm (UTC)
Even if you read it as ellipsis for "feeling safe on campus and being safe on campus", I still don't see why that's something the authorities say they wish to prevent.
May. 30th, 2011 04:05 am (UTC)
"We want to make sure we do everything we can to keep people from feeling and being safe on campus."

It's a wonderful blend of political correctness and illiteracy. Sums up the world of today petty well.

Edited at 2011-05-30 04:07 am (UTC)
May. 30th, 2011 06:06 pm (UTC)
"The police are not here to create disorder. They're here to maintain disorder."
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