Real Racism.

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I have written in the past about racism directed towards Afro-Americans in heavy metal and criticised utterly racist entertainment from the past. I then directed my focus towards current racism or current racist propaganda directed towards the “evil-white-man,” criticising the  narrative that only white people can be guilty of racism and genocide. There is quite a lot that can be written about the topic actually. Today I’ve decided to focus on a different kind of racism that might not be that obvious at first, with the exception of Benjamin Hermansen and his friends. I’ve included  two mixed Norwegian individuals who experienced racism in our part of the world, I’ve also decided to include the hijab wearing young girl who was turned into an online meme after the terrorist attack in London, which quite frankly was disgusting, and really racist. I’ve also included the infamous Rachel Dolezal at the end, even though she isn’t biologically mixed and Norwegian hijab poster-girl (who no longer wears her hijab) Malika Faviano. There are also a couple of honorary mentions……such as:                  

1- Harambe. Yes, I couldn’t help myself  😀 Why? Because the world is messed up. Harambe the Gorilla became an online sensation after he was shot, sparking a flood of memes “honouring” the deceased animal… one would think that liberals would have been happy… but no…they started screeching as THEY saw the black Gorilla as symbolising “black” people…… :/ yeah… :/

“Liberal social justice warriors are upset again. This time, it’s over Harambe memes — because they’re racist and show how Americans are using an African name to mock black people by talking about a gorilla. Apparently.”

If you want to lose all faith in humanity then check out the “very offensive” memes….SMH…Libtards.

2- Benjamin Hermansen haunted countless Norwegian newspapers for all the wrong reasons at the tender age of 15. He was not there because he was doing well for himself, nor was he there as a result of a scandal. Hermansen had become famous as he had been slain due to his skin colour. The people behind it: three very real Neo-Nazis.

This is a story of an actual innocent young man, half Norwegian, half Ghanaian. A boy with no criminal record, no gang membership, no gun, going out to exchange cell-phone covers with a friend (or heading out with the trash according to popular myth) only to meet his maker.

Hermansen did not know that he and his friend were being eyed by strangers, until three older individuals emerged from a nearby car heading for them. Both young men then ran for their lives, Benjamin jumped over a fence, but then fell on his stomach. This particular spot became the 15-year old’s final resting place in this life as the neo-nazis stabbed  him, killing him viciously, without any mercy, because of his complexion.

A vile, contemptuous act. A murder that shook an entire nation united in bottomless grief and embarrassment. Norway’s first racist murder, in the year of 2001.

I remember the story, I remember the newspapers. It was a sad day for Norway and the Norwegian people.

Hermansen’s parents experienced the worst nightmare any parent can ever experience.

In my opinion his death day should have been turned into an official day of remembrance. So that we never forget this horrible tragedy.

The female nazi who was the girl friend of one of the perpetrators refused to be interviewed when approach by Dagbladet in 2011. One of the killers though actually had some comments and officially said that he had gradually gotten involved with right-wing extremists as he was paranoid and afraid after being beaten up by immigrant youths. He claimed that the police weren’t there for him but that the neo-nazis were.

This is sadly the potential nightmare of an ethnically divided society with increased tribalism and racially motivated infighting. You run the risk of innocent people being caught in the melee, which I’ve expressed concern about several times. In fact I feel like a broken record by now.

The nazi-guy apparently laughed a lot during the interview with Dagbladet. According to their journalist he did not display any type of regret. The other guy guilty of the murder and the most infamous one, due to his picture being constantly used in the media was active on neo-nazi forums online at the time of publishing, even though he was still behind bars.

One can only guess that they haven’t really improved.

Benjamin Hermansen

Real Nazis

3- Victor Lopez. This guy was a friend of Benjamin and went out in the public eye criticising nazis and racists in Norway. He was found dead only some months after his friend but the police concluded it was suicide even though no one who knew him thought that was the case.

He was found hanged by the leash of his dog with grass marks on his knees according to what I just read. Everyone in the area felt it was a racist crime as skin heads apparently kept on re-visiting Holmlia, which is considered an “immigrant territory” in many ways.

Victor Lopez’s death was labeled a suicide by the authorities and is not really mentioned anywhere. A female friend of the two also  died a few years later after being killed by an immigrant.

What a tragic fate for these friends 😦 Sad. Very, very sad.

Victor Lopez

More on Lopez.

Lise Joanni Johansson

4- When the left fails miserably.….After first claiming that the killing of Harambe was synonymous with oppression directed towards Afro-Americans, the left decided that King Kong was racist…..A funny thing to note is that the very liberal left are the ones who come up with these type of things…….. maybe this says more about them than anything……King Kong apparently represents “the black man….”

5-Some weeks ago I saw a post somewhere, somehow about how one of Norway’s biggest pop-stars had experienced racism. At first when I saw it I didn’t give it much thought as I probably assumed that it was “fake news” or “fake racism.”

Yet tonight after having an interesting conversation with a “mixed”relative of mine, I remembered the story and decided to read up on it.

Maria Mena, one of our biggest selling artists, is half Norwegian while her father is afro-American, so the exact same combo as my relative.

She has been famous in Norway since she was 16 and never gave racism much of a thought, until she sat in an Oslo Taxi and the driver didn’t recognise her, constantly calling her “negro.” In Norway that particular word has never really been seen as a racist or derogatory word. Yet now due to an influx of “new Norwegians” the word is considered non-grata. Fair enough, after many years in the USA I personally feel that it is outdated.

When one of Norway’s biggest stars then tried to ask the taxi driver (whose ethnicity is uncertain, the majority of cab drivers in Oslo are Muslims) if he had ever heard of her music, he replied with “I don’t listen to Negro-Music” following up with questions about why her Norwegian was so good. “Where did she come from originally?” He asked.

Whether this taxi driver was an old Norwegian man unaccustomed to the “new ways” or whether or not he was from the middle east, was not mentioned, at least not in the article I read.

To be completely honest I never thought about Mena not being Norwegian, even when she was a teen with braids I never really wondered about her ethnicity at all. I always thought of her as Norwegian and find it really strange that anyone would call her Negro.

Maria Mena apparently apologised online to her father, publicly, for never taking his “racism” claims seriously.

6- A distressed looking, hijab wearing woman became an online meme after the London terrorist attack. The whole ordeal was despicable as the alt-right & new conservatives threw themselves on the trend, holding up the photo as the ultimate piece of evidence. “Muslims don’t care about non-muslims being killed in a terrorist attack.”

This vicious act of prejudiced racism caught fire without anyone bothering to ask the hijab wearing muslim woman  how she felt, or what her thoughts had been at the time.

You can read what she had to say right here: READ THIS!

7- Ok………………I was going to write something sympathetic towards Rachel Dolezal, not because of the false claims that race is a social construct ( I will follow-up on that) but because I do believe that we all should have the freedom to re-invent ourselves.

If Dolezal wants to be afro-American then why not. HOWEVER I then actually took the time to read this horrible article: yeah….

The article includes fantastic claims from Dolezal, she is either in desperate need of advanced medical help or became “black” to cope with the abuse she endured as a child. Whatever her intent is I cannot help but to actually find her racist due to what she actually says.

If she took advantage of the historical suffering and abuse of Afro-Americans, literally using cultural appropriation to raise her salary….well….then I have no words, here are some of her words though:

“I’d stir the water from the hose into the earth … and make thin, soupy mud, which I would then rub on my hands, arms, feet, and legs,” Dolezal writes.

“When she was 17, she had the opportunity to travel to Washington, DC, during summer break and work for a family friend’s fine-art greeting card company.

She complained the job consisted mostly of being a nanny and a cook.

Thankfully, she writes, the autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, a famous slave who lived through emancipation, provided her with “much needed solace.”

“I could still relate to aspects of her struggle. I certainly wasn’t enslaved … but it wouldn’t have been too much of a stretch to call me an indentured servant,” Dolezal claims.

“Miss Pittman’s plight and her perseverance resonated with me. I knew what it was like to be a child and have to work as hard as an adult, and how it felt to be used and abused.

“I also understood the pain that comes from being treated like less than a full human being … and the fortitude required to fight this sort of injustice.”

8- Here we have a Norwegian-(Italian?) opportunist who decided to take a Norwegian female hairdresser to court, when she refused to serve a woman in hijab…

I guess we can assume that this chick is Norway’s Dolezal as she was born Charlotte Antonsen, but then converted to Islam and changed her name to Malika Bayan.

She was partying hard using drugs according to herself, but then found Allah.

According to herself she wore the hijab for 4 years before venturing into the hairdresser’s salon, who was apparently well-known as “islam-critical” according to others.

A new witness was called in during the appeal who revealed that the whole scenario had been staged. Look here.

Bayan also called to the Norwegian anti-racist centre after she was turned away from the salon, which some people have looked upon as suspicious.

Malika Bayan went ahead and reported the hairdresser taking her all the way to court becoming a national hijab-icon. She also won the case.

As of late though Malika had a change of hearts and decided to throw the hijab releasing a number of sexy photos on her Instagram, looking more like an attention seeking-wanna-be-celebrity….like someone who becomes famous for nothing at all…but still manages to cling on to fame for some strange reason….

She stated that she struggled a bit with “practising the religion” but that she was still muslim. Norway’s number one hijab-icon, who sued a woman for discrimination because she was refused service, now promotes herself like some hot babe. Note that she has included an email address in case people want to collaborate with her…. I guess the court case was her way of getting ahead in this world? Cultural appropriation much? Here She Is.

9-There are plenty of articles about “robberies gone wrong” where white people in America end up getting killed by Afro-Americans. It is obvious that these type of cases are racially motivated when you look at the bestiality of the murders and the humiliation involved….  “Robbery gone wrong” is simply used to smooth things over by the authorities as White Americans would probably freak out big time, if they really knew how dangerous it is to live in the USA…..I will link to this article in a new entry…which is why it is featured here merely as a mention.

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