Thursday, August 5, 2010

News blurbs for August 5th, 2010

August 5, 2010

Media Begins To Paint Negro Murderer As The Victim Of Racism
Posted by Robert Ransdell on: 2010-08-05 04:50:28 in category: General [ Print]

(In case you had any doubt you can now rest assured, these demented mainstream media people have absolutely no shame.)

MANCHESTER, Conn. (CBS/WFSB/AP) Family members ѕау Omar Thornton, thе man suspected іn thе Tuesday morning massacre аt Hartford Distributors, wаѕ a ѕіlеnt, hard-working man whο wasn’t a violent person, bυt wаѕ pushed tο thе breaking point bу harassment аt work.

Thornton’s mother, whο lives іn East Hartford, ѕаіd ѕhе received a phone call frοm hіm shortly аftеr 7 a.m. Tuesday.

According tο CBS affiliate WFSB, ѕhе ѕауѕ hе tοld hеr hе hаd shot numerous people аt thе beer distribution plant whеrе hе worked, аnd thаt hе intended tο take hіѕ οwn life. Shе ѕаіd ѕhе spent 10 minutes trying tο talk tο hеr son, pleading wіth hіm tο exchange hіѕ mind, bυt ѕhе ѕаіd ѕhе couldn’t.

Minutes later, Thornton wаѕ dead.

“Hе ѕаіd, ‘I kіllеd thе five racists thаt wаѕ thеrе bothering mе,’” ѕаіd Wіll Holliday, Thornton’s uncle. “Hе ѕаіd, ‘Thаt’s іt. Thе cops аrе going tο come іn ѕο I’m going tο take care οf іt myself.’”

News Source: NAN

Friends Becoming Harder And Harder To Find For Israel
Posted by Robert Ransdell on: 2010-08-05 04:37:29 in category: General [ Print]

A senior judge was under investigation yesterday after being accused of making anti-Semitic remarks in court that may have swayed his jury into acquitting a group of protesters.

Judge George Bathurst-Norman was said by critics to have persuaded a jury to clear a group of campaigners who smashed up a factory making parts for Israeli warplanes.

Summing up in the criminal damage trial, he compared Israel to the Nazi regime and accused the country of ignoring international law.

The judge added that 'there may be much to be admired' about the chief protester, and that 'in the last war he would probably have received a George Medal'.

The Office for Judicial Complaints, which deals with objections over the conduct of judges and magistrates, confirmed that an inquiry into how Judge Bathurst-Norman handled the trial of five political activists at Hove Crown Court in June is under way. 

News Source: NAN

More From Those Harmless Illegals Just Looking For A Better Life
Posted by Robert Ransdell on: 2010-08-05 04:09:41 in category: General [ Print]

WASHINGTON (AP) - An illegalimmigrant awaiting a deportation ruling has been charged with killing a nun and critically injuring two others in a drunken driving crash that has sparked criticism of how immigration enforcement is handled.

A local official in the Virginia suburb where the crash happened and a congressman from another state have criticized federal officials for not removing the suspect from the country after previous arrests, and even U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano questioned why his deportation was taking so long. A spokeswoman for the nuns' order, meanwhile, said they're upset that the tragedy is being politicized.

Twenty-three-year-old Carlos Martinelly Montano, who police say is illegally in the country, is charged with drunken driving, involuntary manslaughter and felony driving on a revoked license after the accident on Sunday in Virginia's Prince William County. Montano was arrested two times before and charged with drunken driving, according to county police, and has also been arrested in separate incidents for other traffic-related offenses. Police say Montano, who is from Bolivia, was turned over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement after at least one arrest, and a prosecutor said he knew of at least one other occasion he'd been referred to immigration officials.

News Source: nasacunit

Queer Judge Squashes Will Of The People In California
Posted by Robert Ransdell on: 2010-08-05 04:01:15 in category: General [ Print]

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A federal judge overturned California's gay-marriage ban Wednesday in a landmark case that could eventually force the U.S. Supreme Court to confront the question of whether same-sex couples have a constitutional right to wed.

The ruling by Chief U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker touched off a celebration outside the courthouse. Gay couples waved rainbow and American flags and erupted with cheers in the city that has long been a haven for gays.

Shelly Bailes held a sign reading "Life Feels Different When You're Married" as she embraced her wife, Ellen Pontac. People in the Castro neighborhood toasted with champagne as word of the ruling spread.

In New York City, about 150 people gathered outside a lower Manhattan courthouse. They carried signs saying "Our Love Wins" as organizers read portions of the ruling.

Walker methodically rejected every argument posed by sponsors of the ban in response to a lawsuit filed by two gay couples who claimed Proposition 8, the voter-approved ban, violated their civil rights.

News Source: nasacunit

Whitey Didn't Say It So It's A-OK To Say
Posted by Robert Ransdell on: 2010-08-05 03:55:36 in category: General [ Print]

NEW YORK — President Obama waded into the national race debate in an unlikely setting and with an unusual choice of words: telling daytime talk show hosts that African-Americans are “sort of a mongrel people.”

The president appeared on ABC’s morning talk show “The View” Thursday, where he talked about the forced resignation of Agriculture Department official Shirley Sherrod, his experience with race and his roots.

When asked about his background, which includes a black father and white mother, Obama said of African-Americans: "We are sort of a mongrel people."

"I mean we're all kinds of mixed up," Obama said. "That's actually true of white people as well, but we just know more about it."

The president's remarks were directed at the roots of all Americans. The definition of mongrel as an adjective is defined as "of mixed breed, nature, or origin," according to

Obama did not appear to be making an inflammatory remark with his statement and the audience appeared to receive it in the light-hearted manner that often accompanies interviews on morning talk shows.

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