More on the KC Story

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Original story below: ToDaZeD Raaaacist Post

Here’s some further info via PeggyU
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[Selwyn Duke at American Thinker] …Moreover, after conducting aninvestigation that included extensive interviews with parents and students, I’ve learned that Coon’s son is not alone. Other white students also report a pattern of racial harassment at the high school at the hands of their peers — and, shockingly, their teachers.

…Two of these victims were the twin 14-year-old daughters (first names withheld upon request) of Karin Wildeisen. Ever since their family relocated from Texas, they had endured racial animosity in the Kansas City school system and inappropriate behavior by staff, which included teachers laughing while boys humiliatingly manhandled the girls and a teacher slapping one of them on the backside….

…There are four white kids in the [advanced-English] class… One day, [teacher, Ms. Veda] Monday allegedly showed an explicit film involving portrayals of whites lynching blacks and then, reports ex-Texan Wildeisen, “in front of the class attacked my daughters, telling them that ‘everybody from Texas is ignorant rednecks‘” and that all white people were “responsible for Jasper because [their] skin is white.” This reference is to an atrocity in Jasper, TX, in which three white men murdered a black man in 1998.

13-year-old son, Allen [Coon], when he attempted to answer a question during Black History Month… “What would you know about it?” exclaimed the teacher dismissively. “You’re not our race.”

Another white victim is 15-year-old Ashley Miller, whose family had moved to K.C., MO, from Kansas. Subject to racial harassment, she was called names such as “white b****.” She also actually shared a class with Allen Coon, and as the only two white students in the room, they became the target of sexual comments. Moreover, she reports the same experience with race-baiting videos as do the Wildeisens: they would be shown, and an onus would be placed on the white students.

Why…. that sounds vaguely … oh, what’s the word… raaaacist.

Where would a teacher get the idea that all whites are responsible for the Jasper tragedy? It’s not hard to figure out. Black liberation theology (BLT) instructs, writes the man some regard as its father, Professor James Cone, that “[a]ll white men are responsible for white oppression.” And how common is BLT? Well, Cone’s books were required reading at Barack Obama’s longtime house of worship in Chicago, Trinity United Church of Christ.

Oh, yeah — there’s more.

The tow-headed Allen looks like “the classic all-American white boy,” says his mother, and “after the first week [of school] he was nothing but racially harassed.” She says that “he was called every racial slur you can imagine,” such as “honkey,” “cracker,” “whitey,” and “guero” … pushed into lockers and was jumped in the bathroom. And even before the recent attack, he was sometimes menaced by groups that would follow him part of the way home.

…a teacher she identifies as Ms. Carla Kinder called Allen “Casper” and then “got all the students to get involved.”

…Melissa Coon had been complaining to the school’s administration about her son’s harassment repeatedly — only to be ignored and stonewalled — repeatedly. At one point an administrator told her that her son could have a transfer only to another district school but said that Allen would have “more problems there” and that he should stay at more “racially diverse” East High (which has no more than 20 white students).

…Listening to her testimony I got the feeling that K.C. law enforcement didn’t want the arrest and prosecution of two black youths on a hate-crime charge, possibly for fear of the “powder keg.”

hm… Wonder where those nice young boys teens [who Look Like ...someone... I just can't put my finger on it now...] got the idea to set that “casper” on fire…

Yet More
Also via PeggyU

The arguments between my daughter and these boys started with a couple of the boys asking Morgan to be their girlfriend. When Morgan turned them down, they retaliated by calling her names like “fat ho, lesbian b**ch, c**t, etc…” this goes on for about a month before the first assault on the bus occurs. The boys are refugees brought over from Kenya and Ethiopia. Morgan was brutally attacked. First elbowed in the face, followed by 6 to 7 punches knocking her front teeth out and leaving her with a concussion. It took four teachers to get one of the boys off her…”

Yet, watching the vid, the NoozReporter hits the “bullying” card — hard. Like this had no race-related aspect at all.

A 12-year-old girl was allegedly punched in the face during an alleged bullying attack. [that's a lot of "alleged"s for one sentence...]

A Manchester, N.H., mother says her daughter was the victim of extreme bullying at McLaughlin Middle School in Manchester.

…The attack came two weeks after she was allegedly hit in the face by the boy’s friend on the school bus.

The girl says she had just gone to her principal and guidance counselor to report threats from the boys. A bus driver reported the initial school bus attack…

No mention of the attackers — ‘scuse me, alleged attackers who allegedly attacked — being foreign students from Kenya and Ethiopia.

So is that why “bullying” is getting so much attention / meme-ing / funding? As a cover re-framing for raaaacial incidents that go against Teh Narrative? Or Izzat Just Me™?

Irrating Question: Is every white person, “because their skin is white,” responsible for the trials and tribulations of every black person from/in Kenya and Ethiopia?

and srsly, why would you allow that to happen twice — much less “for a month” before yanking your kid out of that ‘skool’ and making other arrangements? Color me Overprotective, I guess.

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15 Comments!

  1. DougM (jackassophobe)
    Posted March 24, 2012 at 12:28 pm |

    Maybe it’s an anti-Wyoming thing.
    (What? Yeah, I miss the point a lot.)

    Seriously, the concepts of inherited guilt, chosenness, superiority, oppressedness, sinfulness, etc. are vile, collectivist, and totalitarian (not to mention irrational). When you take the individual out of the equation, there is no limit to what evil can be done.

  2. Merovign
    Posted March 24, 2012 at 1:40 pm |

    The Department of Education and the Teachers’ Unions – bringing a taste of the third world to the USA through leftist agendas, incompetence and malign neglect.

    It ain’t even race, I went to school with some freaking *awesome* African immigrants. It’s about so-called “community leaders,” teachers and bureaucrats pushing hatred, division and violence because of their God-damned sick political agenda.

    That school should have been shut down years ago and everyone working there that wasn’t *actively* trying to stop this behavior permanently barred from public employment. And, in the case of teachers riling up hatred, prosecuted for (at least) contributing to the delinquency of minors.

  3. dick, not quite dead white guy
    Posted March 24, 2012 at 2:20 pm |

    What Merovign said. It’s culture, not color.
    Five black guys beat the crap out of me in junior high for being white. It was a school run by bossy but weak women, with a mostly white student body, with a large percentage of both white and black trash.
    OTOH, the black guys in my fine high school, which was run by strict old men in an old-fashioned way, were upstanding people, and I was happy to be a personal friend of one of them. He came to my house, I went to his. He’s the mayor of a medium sized southern city now. The men who ran the place didn’t take any crap off anybody, nor did the student body. We had a tradition of academic, athletic and behavioral excellence to uphold, and anybody who behaved in an inappropriate fashion was dealt with on one level or another.

  4. PeggyU
    Posted March 24, 2012 at 3:29 pm |

    The problem I see is that the Kansas City school serves as a small scale model of what preferential treatment and permissiveness of a favored group produces.

    Since Obama and our DoJ have adopted a similar attitude, I expect continued and increasing national fallout over the Florida incident. There will be more crap at some of the polling places, as the Black Panthers will have been emboldened. If Obama is not re-elected, there will be riots. There might have been even without this, but Obama is amping up black racism as part of his re-election strategy.

  5. geezerette
    Posted March 24, 2012 at 4:35 pm |

    Peggy U it’s been simmering since he was elected. He’s done nothing to quell it instead he’s made it worse. Just think what would happen if he were to be elected for another 4 years.

  6. mech
    Posted March 24, 2012 at 4:59 pm |

    Again, If they don’t keep racism alive, who will?

  7. LLoyd
    Posted March 24, 2012 at 8:21 pm |

    This all goes under the heading of ‘distraction’. Anything that Barry can use in the way of dividing this country he and the demon-crats will use.
    Did you ever see it as wacky as what has been going on over these past number of months???????

    And using what one of those Trayvon idgeots is saying a ‘eye for an eye’.
    I see this happened back in Feb though. Just the same, nothing like a good ole’ bring back the civil rights daze for Obama to pontificate on.
    Got news for you Barry—America is fed up with you black baiting bullshit.

  8. Alan outback bacon czar
    Posted March 24, 2012 at 10:07 pm |

    They alleged that there was some alleged bullying. But, those are only allegations. Right?

  9. Spin
    Posted March 24, 2012 at 11:04 pm |

    Got news for you Barry—America is fed up with you black baiting bullshit.

    And there will be a strongly worded letter if this behavior continues.

    Sorry Lloyd but you know the drill, until it happens right outside of our own front door we’re gonna play “Europe like it’s the 1930′s”.

  10. geezerette
    Posted March 25, 2012 at 6:17 am |

    Spin—Europe like the 30′s– That’s what ticks me off–and scares me— He/they have taken advantage of this countries respect for the Presidency but show no respect for the Presidency them selves. He/they are thumbing their noses at us and our only recourse is the ballot box which they show no respect for with their efforts to influence an election. With all of this and now the SC ruling on health care this week ??????

  11. Colonel Jerry USMC
    Posted March 25, 2012 at 7:54 am |

    If “Bloody Kansas” was rough before the Late Northern Aggression, keep it up and see how you like it when all them *Ruger rifles* show up!

  12. Ironic in Denver
    Posted March 25, 2012 at 8:52 am |

    Spin (9): yep.

    Geezerette (10): SC ruling on health care this week Ok, I missed this. Do I want to know?

    Dick (3): awesome post. Wish it were on the front page of every news paper in America… assuming anyone bothers to read them anymore.

  13. geezerette
    Posted March 25, 2012 at 9:12 am |

    The Supreme Court–

  14. PeggyU
    Posted March 25, 2012 at 12:31 pm |

    BTW, why was a 17-year-old boy out alone at 3 a.m.?

  15. Ironic in Denver
    Posted March 25, 2012 at 1:01 pm |

    Meanwhile, in another public school….

    http://houston.cbslocal.com/2012/03/23/teacher-fired-after-not-noticing-third-graders-having-oral-sex-under-desk/

    (Sure, they fired this one, but what kind environment did this occur in? What kind of administration does this place have?)

    It’s gradually occurring to me that parents of limited means must frequently be faced with horrible choices (or none at all). What do they do? Where do they go? How do they keep their kids safe, much less get them educated?

    …Meanwhile public debt continues to skyrocket in order to overpay people who should not be anywhere near anybody’s children…