The Political Agitator response: So since this was suppose to be about children, that ain’t right! Damn I just went there on Friday and then again today. I have 3 more coupons. Since the coupons were given to me, maybe I need to give them back to the person that gave them to me.
The marketing team at a Krispy Creme outlet in Kingston Upon Hull, England had high hopes for their bright new promotional campaign. After all, who on earth would want to miss “KKK Wednesday”?
“KKK Wednesdays was to be part of the doughnut shop’s half-term activities – a series of planned events for children during a week-long break from school.” (Source: Read more)
Now those girls over at Nash Central that said they were wearing party hats, well will someone tell them they should have just purchased some party hats like these folks but just maybe they didn’t have any money so they had to make their own. Now I don’t know how to justify the sign language so I can’t touch that. But when I seen these party hats where these folks were celebrating the new year, the party hats celebrating Darren Wilson Ferguson Police Officer being cleared of any wrongdoing in the Michael Brown case, I had a flashback. Okay, I am just having an ignant moment!
Now back to the regular scheduled programming. Did I say programming? Well some black folks have been programmed when it comes to dealing with racial issues so I better leave this alone. Oh hell no, I am going to talk about the ugly racism that exist at all levels until I can’t talk anymore.
Male Party Hat
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Nash Central KKK Image
Students outraged over photo posted to Instagram
The Political Agitator response: See comments after the article. The problem I have is that this is about policy and procedures and the school system need to be held accountable for their actions. They need to prove they have followed their own policy as it relates to handling of the situation to make sure it was properly communicated to the students, parents and community and that will determine if the children needed to be suspended.
The Rocky Mount branch of the NAACP is calling on Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools officials to take action against students pictured in an incendiary Internet photo that has gone viral.
The photo was posted on the social media website Instagram in the wake of a grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown. In it, six unidentified female Nash Central High School students dressed in white and wearing white, cone-shaped hats reminiscent of Ku Klux Klan costumes are seen pointing their fingers in the shape of guns toward the camera.
“The young ladies’ actions on their social media page have incited a storm of controversy here in the Rocky Mount area,” branch president Andre Knight said in a written statement. “They should be held accountable for their actions and the Nash-Rocky Mount school system should speak to our region about their intolerance for the support of hatred in school or out of school by any group, student, employee or elected official affiliated with the public school system.” (Source: Read more)
The Political Agitator response: Whew!
RALEIGH (WTVD) — Glenn Miller, the former North Carolina KKK leader who ran for governor in the 1980s, made national headlines last week when he was charged with killing three people in a shooting rampage outside two Jewish facilities in Kansas.
The ABC11 I-Team has traced Miller’s path from North Carolina to Kansas. We learned he was given a new Social Security number and the new name of Frazier Glenn Cross in the 1990s when he entered the Federal Witness Protection Program.
And as the ABC11 I-Team started digging into Miller’s time in the Raleigh area, we made a rather startling discovery. In the 1980s, the avowed white supremacist, anti-Semite, and anti-homosexual was caught by police in an unlikely compromised situation with a black prostitute who was really a man. (Source: Read more)