WMAF in action!

Chinese student in Italy raped and murdered by date she met online

 

British foreign minister accidentally says his Chinese wife is Japanese… in China

 

Missing girl told her teachers that man, 45, was her stepfather

 

WMAF murder, Daniel Belling kills chinese wife Li Yinglei .

 

A guy sent me racist messages and dick pics after I rejected him – so I fought back

 

WMAF Taiwanese tourist is ‘raped in Denver by Tinder date’..

 

WMAF Boyfriend, 23, is accused of murdering his Chinese girlfriend, 24, after police who were called to their house found her dead..

 

WMAF Millionaire Robert Peters admits strangling his seven-year-old Hapa (Half Thai) daughter to death with a dressing gown cord at his £1million Wimbledon home..

 

White Man accused of kidnapping, killing Chinese Female scholar aspired to become a known murderer: prosecutors

 

Asian woman killed by her ex White BF because he was depressed and threaten to commit suicide.

White Australian man accused of bashing to death Korean student Eunji Ban admitted to police he “bashed the s*** out of her face” while she screamed for help, a Brisbane court hears.

 

WMAF White Dad ‘strangled his two eldest young Hapa kids to death with a belt before killing seven-month-old Hapa son in mystery triple killing’..

 

WMAF Lecturer who wrongly thought he was not the father of his two Hapa (Half Chinese) children stabbed his Chinese wife to death as his sons slept upstairs then calmly made himself a hot drink….

 

Australian Wife Swap show demonstrates racist insanity of WMAF couples (video)..

White Sexpat Lights Vietnamese Woman on Fire After She Dumped Him..

Neo-Nazi Teaching Assistant Denies Being a Racist Because His Wife is Asian
Chinese tourist ‘raped’ after being offered free bed for the night from man on ‘couchsurfing’ website

 

California Man Arrested for Murdering His Three Asian Children After Violently Assaulting Wife

 

i could go on for hours!

 

 

 

Upscale Atlanta Restaurant Throws Out Black Guests After Random Drunk Woman Sits In Their Reserved Seating

https://twitter.com/_kodilichukwu/status/1027889922936655873?s=21

 

the original video on twitter

 

What was supposed to be a celebratory birthday dinner turned sour for a group of friends after they say a drunken woman sat down in their reserved seating and refused to leave. They were the ones booted from the restaurant, however.

Video of the incident made its rounds on social media over the weekend, going viral.

Kodili Okechukwu detailed the bizarre encounter in a Facebook post late Friday night. She said she and her friends were enjoying a birthday dinner at Overdrive Lounge inside Solis Two Porsche Drive hotel in Atlanta when a random lady came and sat at their table. After kindly explaining their table was reserved, Okechukwu said the woman refused to leave.

https://atlantablackstar.com/2018/08/13/upscale-atlanta-restaurant-throws-out-black-guests-after-random-drunk-woman-sits-in-their-reserved-seating/

 

Toronto Shooting: Politically Correct Cover-Up?

  • The Hussain “family statement” was not written by the murderer’s parents at all, but rather by Mohammed Hashim, a professional activist connected with the National Council of Canadian Muslims. Its American parent organization, as stated in its own documents, is CAIR, designated as a terrorist entity by the United Arab Emirates.
  • Contrary to what Hashim purportedly wrote in the statement, there is no evidence that Hussain was diagnosed with or treated for a mental illness, even after one of his high-school teachers reported to the police 10 years ago that Hussain had said “I want to kill someone… I just feel it would be really cool to kill somebody.”
  • Given the global climate, to which Canada most certainly has not been immune — as well as Hussain’s dubious connections — the attempt by the government and the media to dismiss potential links to terrorist groups or inspiration from jihadist ideologies, is both premature and politically transparent.

On July 22, two youngsters — 18-year-old Reese Fallon and 10-year-old Julianna Kozis — were killed, and another 13 people, ranging in age from 17 to 59, were wounded in a brutal shooting attack at a number of restaurants on Danforth Avenue, in Toronto’s popular Greektown neighborhood. The perpetrator, who was later identified as Faisal Hussain, killed himself after exchanging gunfire with police.

Hussain’s firing stance and ability to reload his 40-caliber Smith and Wessonhandgun while on the move suggested that he had experience with firearms.

The following morning, the Toronto Police Service issued a statement that indicated they had already identified the shooter, yet did not release his name until later that afternoon. Meanwhile, a statement allegedly from the Hussain family made the rounds in a number of news outlets.

The statement read, in part:

…We are utterly devastated by the incomprehensible news that our son was responsible for the senseless violence and loss of life that took place on the Danforth.

Our son had severe mental health challenges, struggling with psychosis and depression his entire life.

The interventions of professionals were unsuccessful. Medications and therapy were unable to treat him.

While we did our best to seek help for him throughout his life of struggle and pain, we could never imagine that this would be his devastating and destructive end…

Much of the media, led by the CBC and the Toronto Star, accepted this version of the tragedy, and asserted that the mass shooting had not been a terrorist attack, while blaming a breakdown in the mental-health-care system for Hussain’s actions and calling for stricter gun-control regulations.

Canadian Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said of Hussain, “There is no connection between that individual and national security.”

It emerged, however, that the so-called Hussain “family statement” had not been written by the murderer’s parents at all, but rather by Mohammed Hashim, a professional activist who served as chairman of the “Stronger Together” program of the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM, formerly the Council of American Islamic Relations Canada or CAIR CAN). Its American parent organization, as stated in its own documents, is CAIR, designated as a terrorist entity by the United Arab Emirates.

CAIR was also identified as an unindicted co-conspirator in an American terrorism-funding trial whose judge determined it to be one of many organizations involved in funding Hamas.

In 2016, Hashim was instrumental in getting the Toronto Star to stop using the term “Islamic State” and refer to the terrorist group only as “Daesh,” presumably to dissociate Islam from terrorism.

In 2017, Hashim was a speaker at an event held at the ISNA Islamic Centre of Canada facility in Toronto. (Three years earlier, the ISNA Development Foundation lost its status as a charity on the grounds that it had been funding terrorism.)

In addition, contrary to what Hashim purportedly wrote in the statement, there is no evidence that Hussain was diagnosed with or treated for a mental illness, even after one of his high-school teachers reported to the police 10 years ago that Hussain had said ”I want to kill someone… I just feel it would be really cool to kill somebody.” Although he was apprehended at the time under the Mental Health Act, he was released and deemed as not an immediate threat.

As for Faisal Hussain’s actual family: Faisal has a brother, Fahad, who — while awaiting trial for crack-dealing – overdosed last summer on a cocktail of cocaine and heroin, leaving him in a vegetative state. Both Faisal and Fahad were friends with 33-year-old Maisum Ansari, who, according to the Toronto Sun, “was charged last September with possessing 53 kilograms of carfentanil, an analog of fentanyl and 100 times stronger than the painkiller and notoriously deadly street narcotic… the largest such seizure of the synthetic opioid in Canadian history.”

During the investigation into Ansari’s drug operations, police discovered a weapons cache in the basement of his rented-out house. This is possibly an example of the intersection of the drug trade and terrorism. Furthermore, carfentanil, specifically, has been of concern to the US government as a drug that also could be used as a chemical weapon.

The question of whether the Danforth shooting was an act of terrorism has yet to be answered. Although ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack, Toronto police said they “have no evidence to support these claims.”

Nevertheless, Faisal Hussain’s actions need to be taken in a wider context. Since 2013, several low-scale terrorist attacks with an extremist Muslim connection have taken place in Canada. Among these were: the attempted 2013 bombing plot on a Via Rail train; the 2014 car-ramming attack that killed a Canadian soldier; the 2014 gun attack on the National War Memorial and Parliament; a 2016 botched suicide bombing that ended with only the terrorist dying; a 2016 knife attack on a Canadian Forces recruiting center, a 2016 knife attack in a Canadian Tire store by a woman claiming to work for ISIS; and a 2017 vehicle-ramming and knife attack.

More recently, a restaurant bombing in Mississauga on May 24, 2018, which left 15 people wounded, is still being investigated.

Since Faisal Hussain is dead, it is unlikely that a complete picture of what motivated him to commit a mass shooting will be painted. However, given the global climate, to which Canada most certainly has not been immune — as well as Hussain’s dubious connections — the attempt by the government and the media to dismiss potential links to terrorist groups or inspiration from jihadist ideologies, is both premature and politically transparent.

https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/12831/toronto-shooting-cover-up

 

BREAKING: ANTIFA Terrorists Are Officially Under Investigation

A handful of deranged Antifa protestors who threatened to physically harm and murder President Donald Trump outside of the White House on Sunday are now officially under investigation.

According to The Daily Caller, the Secret Service confirmed they are aware of the threats of psychical violence Antifa members made against Trump and are investigating the matter.

“The Secret Service is aware of the incident,” a Secret Service spokesperson told The Daily Caller.

Over the weekend, a large group of Antifa protestors swarmed Washington, D.C. to counter protest a white nationalist rally. While fewer than two dozen white nationalists showed up, a swarm of masked deranged Antifa thugs showed up ready for confrontation — and it was caught on camera by many outlets.

https://ilovemyfreedom.org/breaking-antifa-thugs-are-officially-under-investigation/?utm_source=star&utm_medium=twitter

World famous feminist professor found guilty of sexually harassing her grad student. The response by a chorus of well respected feminists? ‘Title IX was meant to be used against men’

The case seems like a familiar story turned on its head: Avital Ronell, a world-renowned female professor of German and Comparative Literature at New York University, was found responsible for sexually harassing a male former graduate student, Nimrod Reitman.

An 11-month Title IX investigation found Professor Ronell, described by a colleague as “one of the very few philosopher-stars of this world,” responsible for sexual harassment, both physical and verbal, to the extent that her behavior was “sufficiently pervasive to alter the terms and conditions of Mr. Reitman’s learning environment.” The university has suspended Professor Ronell for the coming academic year.

In the Title IX final report, excerpts of which were obtained by The New York Times, Mr. Reitman said that she had sexually harassed him for three years, and shared dozens of emails in which she referred to him as “my most adored one,” “Sweet cuddly Baby,” “cock-er spaniel,” and “my astounding and beautiful Nimrod.”

Coming in the middle of the #MeToo movement’s reckoning over sexual misconduct, it raised a challenge for feminists — how to respond when one of their own behaved badly. And the response has roiled a corner of academia.

Soon after the university made its final, confidential determination this spring, a group of scholars from around the world, including prominent feminists, sent a letter to N.Y.U. in defense of Professor Ronell. Judith Butler, the author of the book “Gender Trouble” and one of the most influential feminist scholars today, was first on the list.

“Although we have no access to the confidential dossier, we have all worked for many years in close proximity to Professor Ronell,” the professors wrote in a draft letter posted on a philosophy blog in June. “We have all seen her relationship with students, and some of us know the individual who has waged this malicious campaign against her.”

Critics saw the letter, with its focus on the potential damage to Professor Ronell’s reputation and the force of her personality, as echoing past defenses of powerful men.

“We testify to the grace, the keen wit, and the intellectual commitment of Professor Ronell and ask that she be accorded the dignity rightly deserved by someone of her international standing and reputation,” the professors wrote.

Mr. Reitman, who is now 34 and is a visiting fellow at Harvard, says that Professor Ronell kissed and touched him repeatedly, slept in his bed with him, required him to lie in her bed, held his hand, texted, emailed and called him constantly, and refused to work with him if he did not reciprocate. Mr. Reitman is gay and is now married to a man; Professor Ronell is a lesbian.

Professor Ronell, 66, denied any harassment. “Our communications — which Reitman now claims constituted sexual harassment — were between two adults, a gay man and a queer woman, who share an Israeli heritage, as well as a penchant for florid and campy communications arising from our common academic backgrounds and sensibilities,” she wrote in a statement to The New York Times. “These communications were repeatedly invited, responded to and encouraged by him over a period of three years.”

Two years after graduating from N.Y.U. with a Ph.D., Mr. Reitman filed a Title IX complaint against his former adviser, alleging sexual harassment, sexual assault, stalking and retaliation. In May, the university found Professor Ronell responsible for sexual harassment and cleared her of the other allegations.

Mr. Reitman’s lawyer, Donald Kravet, said he and his client have drafted a lawsuit against N.Y.U. and Professor Ronell and are now considering their options.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/13/nyregion/sexual-harassment-nyu-female-professor.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage