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More on Black mob violence here. More on violence against Whites here. More on crime in Baltimore/Maryland here. More on Whites waking up here. More on racial profiling here. Remember how Delegate Pat McDonough of the Maryland legislature is taking heat from the mayor of Baltimore, the governor of Maryland, fellow delegates, so-called “civil rights” […]

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More on Black mob violence here. More on violence against Whites here. More on crime in Baltimore/Maryland here. More on Whites waking up here. More on racial profiling here. Delegate Pat McDonough of the Maryland legislature (who is White) is awesome. From WND (May 18): A state lawmaker in Maryland, concerned about “black youths” who […]

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From the Montgomery Village Patch: a summary of crimes committed in Montgomery Village and Gaithersburg, MD during the week of April 23–May 1. An armed robbery occurred at an apartment building under construction at 434 Allied Road in Gaithersburg — next to the Hidden Creek community — at around 9 p.m. on Tuesday, April 24. […]

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Flash mob… flash mob… the flash mobs are coming… Shut the fuck up and fuck right the fuck off with your “flash mob” dumb-fuckery. These are black mobs. Here, let me go ahead and diversify* your news for you. *diversify (verb): to un-erace; to put obvious (and obviously relevant) information about race back into a […]

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Police have arrested a 33-year-old black woman, Theresa Monique Jefferson, whose use of chemical weapons against her baby daddy’s new girlfriend in a Baltimore Walmart on Saturday, October 8 ultimately produced a cloud of poison gas affecting nineteen. According to Police Officer Shawn Vinson, Jefferson followed the victim into the store, assaulted her, then poured […]

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