PAINTING OF JESUS INVESTIGATED AS ‘HATE CRIME,’ DESPITE OF MOSQUE LEADERS SAYING THEY’RE NOT OFFENDED
- Although Mosque leaders told police that they are not offended by the imagery of Jesus Christ, it has not investigators from labeling the incident as a potential hate crime.
Police on Long Island are investigating after someone hung a large painting of Jesus Christ on a fence at a mosque early Friday evening.
Investigators are treating the incident as a hate crime, reports NBC New York.
The painting is a crucifixion scene showing a largely silhouetted Jesus with his crown of thorns prominently featured. It appeared outside the Hillside Islamic Center in Nassau County, according to investigators.
An employee of the Hillside Islamic Center initially discovered the Jesus painting, reports CBS New York.
Surveillance camera captured video of a man placing the image on the fence, police say.
Mosque leaders told police that they are not offended by the imagery of Jesus Christ, according to News 12 Long Island.
This lack of offense has not stopped investigators from labeling the incident as a potential hate crime.
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WOMAN, 70, CHARGED WITH HATE CRIME FOR FACEBOOK POST: ‘MIGRANTS DEFECATE IN STREETS AND SET CARS ON FIRE’
A 70-year-old woman is charged with hate crime in Sweden because she posted on Facebook that Muslim migrants ‘defecate in streets and set cars on fire.’ So what if it’s true! That’s racist, right libs? In Sweden, be careful what you post on your Facebook about the Muslim migrants or else you could end up going to jail for up to four years for hate crime. The migrants are the protected and new beloved residents in Sweden and if you have a problem with that, you’re just being racist so shut up.
From FriaTider :
A 70-year-old woman in Dalarna is charged with hateful people since Facebook wrote that immigrants fulfill their needs in the streets, writes DT.se.
According to the prosecution, the woman via Facebook should have expressed disdain on people with a foreign background.
In a post from 2015, she has written that immigrants “fire cars and kisses and go to the streets”.
This violates the law in the face of the public, says the prosecutor.
The prosecuted woman has acknowledged that she wrote the post, but denied that she had committed a criminal act.
As proof of the 70-year-old woman there is a screenshot from Facebook.
The penalty for hatred against the people’s group is imprisonment for a maximum of two years or, in the event of a fine, fines. If the crime is considered to be grossly convicted, the accused is sentenced to imprisonment for at least six months and no more than four years.
LATEST FAKE HATE! ST. OLAF COLLEGE ADMITS FAKE RACIST NOTE, SUBMITTED BY SAMANTHA WELLS WHO KNEW IT WAS A HOAX
- Student Samantha Wells, who reported the incident, claimed on social media that she was aware that the note was “fabricated” at the time that she submitted the report…“I will be saying it was a hoax. I don’t care. There is nothing more that I can do.”
Over and over we see fabricated hate crimes instigated by loony Democrats who are so desperate to portray Trump’s presidency as new era of racism that they believe they have to make as many hoaxes as possible in order to create their loony fantasy.
A racist note, that sparked week-long protest efforts by students at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, was “fabricated,” according to administrators.
The note, which threatened a black female student and used an ethnic slur, was concocted as part of an ill-conceived attempt at political activism.
“This was not a genuine threat,” St. Olaf President David R. Anderson wrote on Wednesday to students. “We’re confident that there is no ongoing threat from this incident to individuals or the community as a whole.”
The note, Anderson added, was a “strategy to draw attention to concerns about the campus climate.”
Student Samantha Wells, who reported the incident, claimed on social media that she was aware that the note was “fabricated” at the time that she submitted the report.
“So, it looks like something made its way back to me in the investigation,” Wells wrote. “I will be saying it was a hoax. I don’t care. There is nothing more that I can do.”
FAKE HATE! ORGANIST GEORGE STANG WHO REPORTED SWASTIKA,’HEIL TRUMP’ ON SIDE OF CHURCH ARRESTED – PAINTED IT HIMSELF
Another fake hate crime by anti-Trump voters. And this one is a church organist. His reason? George Nathanial Stang told police that he wanted to “mobilize a movement” because he was disappointed in and fearful of the presidential election results.
The Indy Channel reported:
A church organist who first reported hate-filled vandalism on a Brown County church is now charged with having actually committed the vandalism.
Police say someone spray painted a swastika, the words “Heil Trump” and a gay slur on the side of St. David’s Episcopal Church last November.
George Nathanial Stang, 26, who is employed by the church as an organist, was the first person who claimed to discover the vandalism.
According to the Brown County Prosecutor’s Office, Stang admitted to police that he had purchased the black spray paint at Bloomington Hardware. He told police that he wanted to “mobilize a movement” because he was disappointed in and fearful of the presidential election results.
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Precious liberals are in a tizzy after falling for a hoax instigated by 4chan by spreading a story that the ‘ok’ hand gesture was originally a symbol of white supremacy.
The “OK” hand gesture hoax originated in February 2017 when an anonymous 4channer announced “Operation O-KKK,” telling other members that “we must flood Twitter and other social media websites…claiming that the OK hand sign is a symbol of white supremacy.”
Has the simple thumb-and-forefinger “OK” hand gesture become a white supremacist hand sign? Well, no, it hasn’t, but you are likely to hear just the opposite from social media, thanks to the latest hoax from members of notorious website 4chan.
The site 4chan is an anonymous discussion board with an outsized cultural impact on the Internet. It has been responsible for everything from the “I can haz cheeseburger” cat meme to the concept of rickrolling. There is little that 4channers like so much as a hoax and in recent months they have served up a number of fakeries with white supremacist themes to largely credulous on-line audiences.
The “OK” hand gesture hoax originated in February 2017 when an anonymous 4channer announced “Operation O-KKK,” telling other members that “we must flood Twitter and other social media websites…claiming that the OK hand sign is a symbol of white supremacy.” The user even provided a helpful graphic showing how the letters WP (for “white power”) could be traced within an “OK” gesture. The originator and others also suggested useful hashtags to help spread the hoax, such as #PowerHandPrivilege and #NotOkay. “Leftists have dug so deep down into their lunacy,” wrote the poster, “We must force [them] to dig more, until the rest of society ain’t going anywhere near that s***.”
- “Look at that f—-t’s pants,” one of the teens told the other
From NY Daily News:
Boffa and his boyfriend, 25-year-old Gardella, were walking arm-and-arm on Grand St. near Bedford Ave. at about 6:10 p.m. when two boys, ages 15 and 13, walked by them, snickering about the older man’s laugh and skinny jeans.
“Look at that f—-t’s pants,” one of the teens told the other, according to Boffa.
Boffa stopped and asked the teens to repeat themselves.
“Then it went from 0 to 60,” Boffa said. “They shoved us and started spitting at us calling us ‘f—-t.’ That’s when one of them picked up the brick.”
The two victims ran off — and soon realized that the suspects, as well as six other teens, were chasing them
BLACK WOMAN AT GAS STATION ATTACKS COUPLE FOR BEING WHITE AND RICH, HAMMER THEIR SUV AND BOAT, SPIT ON WIFE’S FACE
- White hater Angela Jones: “She actually took a hammer and she hit his vehicle and the boat,” Caroline County Sheriff Tony Lippa said. “She actually clawed him. He took her down to the ground to prevent her from doing any more damage.”
CAROLINE COUNTY, Va. – New Jersey officers arrested a suspect in a malicious wounding case at a Central Virginia gas station off Interstate 95 that left one man bloodied, and his boat and Porsche damaged.
Members of the Essex County, N.J. Sheriff’s Office, Fugitive Unit, arrested 26-year-old Angela Jones Wednesday in connection with the April 1 assault at the Carmel Church Exxon station located on Route 207, near I-95, in Caroline County.
Witnesses described seeing who they believed to be Jones, use a hammer to inflict damage to a 2016 Porsche S.U.V. and a boat being towed by the S.U.V. in the parking lot of the Exxon station.
Jones, according to officials, attacked the owner of the S.U.V. and the boat while allegedly referring to him as “rich” and “white.”
Surveillance footage from the Exxon station and eye-witness accounts led to the quick identification of Jones by Caroline Deputy, A. Garthaffner, who obtained her arrest warrants.
Police in Newark said they were stunned by news of the alleged crime.
“We are kind of disappointed here,” said Essex County (NJ) Sheriff Armando Fontoura. “We’re a tolerant town. But this is nonsense.”
Bob, who asked his last name not be published, and his wife had stopped at the gas station while driving back home from Florida to Massachusetts.
Bob said while he was pumping gas, a woman started screaming at him.
“This lady was a couple pumps over and talking to me and yelling at somebody about having a message for her. I had no idea what she was talking about,” Bob said. “I was coming around the side of the car and next thing I know a car blocks me in. She comes out of her car gets in my face and yelling at me about some sort of message I got for her.”
He said he attempted to ignore her, but she eventually threatened to put a hole in his “fancy boat.”
That’s when, Bob said, the woman grabbed a hammer.
“She actually took a hammer and she hit his vehicle and the boat,” Caroline County Sheriff Tony Lippa said. “She actually clawed him. He took her down to the ground to prevent her from doing any more damage.”
“I let her go and she grabbed the hammer again and hit the boat again,” Bob said. “[The hammer] broke. That’s when she figured out she better get out of there because she didn’t have a weapon anymore.”
While Bob and the woman were struggling with each other, a witness snapped a photo of the woman’s vehicle.
Bob’s wife, who was in the gas station bathroom during the attack, returned to find her bloodied husband.
“There were some racial slurs directed at her, at which time the accused spit in her face,” Sheriff Lippa said. “According to the victim, there were racial slurs that were yelled at her before she spit at her and that’s what we’re looking into as far as it being a hate crime.”
During the attack, the couple said the woman said she was “sick of fancy white people.”