Thousands rally in La. to support Jena 6

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    Jews are the #1 danger to the white race's existence. They are the puppet masters and everyone else is their puppets. They dilute our society with other races to weaken us and for them to find safety among the non white masses. They have been hard at work undermining white America for several generations. They have created a nation where whites are voting for Obama bin laden in droves, and where white home sports crowds systematically taunt lone visiting white starters, just for two examples. Jews have manipulated America to serve them and their needs. To them we are here to serve them as they are allegedly the chosen people.
     
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    Good post. You would think white people would be catching on by now, especially with the advent of the internet.We just refuse to acknowledge what is right before our eyes.We are an enigma -- incredibly bright and gifted in so many ways, but at the same time clueless in others. We are down to less than 10% of the world's population, and totally indifferent to the prospect of our utter demise.
     
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    Chris Jones could say "I got hurt falling down" as a lie if he thinks that
    only Whites can be racist. I see an episode of the Incredible Hulk where a
    blond boy lied about falling down when he was actually a victim of child
    abuse at the hands of his father. A White boy who was beaten by a bunch of
    Black boys but who survives can lie about his injury to the school nurse or
    his parents saying that he got hurt falling down. It takes courage to say that
    you've been victimized and not just got hurt falling down. Hopefully Justin
    Barker can actually say he's been victimized and not just hurt falling down.
    A boy like that who says he's a victim of Black racism is brave indeed. The
    easy way out is to say "I fell down and got hurt" instead of the true "A
    number of Black boys beat me up because I'm White". Thanks to
    castefootball for telling the truth about such matters! [​IMG]
     
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    See article two posts below please. Edited by: Sean Carlisle
     
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    One would think someone going to prison for displaying somthing in their vehicle would be something that would happen in a totalitarian dictatorship but not the USA. One would have to think again. Welcome to the new America and its just a small taste of things to come for the white population.
     
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    Man gets 4 months for threatening 'Jena 6' protesters with nooseStory Highlights
    Jeremiah Munsen, 19, pleaded guilty to federal hate crime charges in April

    Munsen admitted driving past protesters with noose dangling from truck

    Protesters were waiting at bus depot after rally in Jena 6 case

    Rally concerned criminal charges for six black teens in attack on white teen

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    (CNN) -- A Louisiana man was sentenced to four months Friday for using hangman's nooses to threaten and intimidate civil rights marchers near Jena, Louisiana, officials said Friday.


    Thousands gathered in 2007 to protest charges for six black teens accused of attacking a white teen.

    Jeremiah Munsen, 19, pleaded guilty to federal hate crime charges for dangling nooses from the back of a pickup in September and driving past a group of protesters at a bus depot in Alexandria, Louisiana, about 35 miles south of Jena, where the marches took place.

    The protesters, who were awaiting buses to return to Tennessee, had taken part in demonstrations over the "Jena Six" case, in which a white student was said to have been beaten by six black classmates in 2006.

    The protesters were criticizing local authorities who initially charged the six black students with second-degree attempted murder and conspiracy. The charges were later reduced, and recently, a Louisiana appeals court removed the Lasalle Parish judge presiding over the cases.

    Five of the teens are awaiting trial. Another, Mychal Bell, reached a plea agreement on a battery charge in juvenile court.

    Munsen, of Pineville, Louisiana, must also complete a year of supervised release and 125 hours of community service after his prison term.

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    He pleaded guilty in April and admitted that "he and the other person had previously discussed the Ku Klux Klan and how they thought the Klan would have responded to the rally in Jena," the Department of Justice said in a statement Friday.

    "The defendant used a threatening and offensive tactic to intimidate peaceful civil rights marchers who were in Louisiana to rally against racial intolerance," said Grace Chung Becker, acting assistant attorney general.

    "Our civil rights laws protect the civil rights of all Americans, and they emphasize the reality that we are all members of one particular race: the human race," said Donald Washington, U.S. attorney for the western district of Louisiana.

    Munsen faced a maximum sentence of a year in prison.
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