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  1. Now, this is infuriating! An 11 year old black boy refused to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance in school (which is perfectly fine and legal). But when he did, his teacher told him to leave America and to go back to Africa. The teacher then had him arrested for being disobedient. Boy, 11, arrested after refusing to recite 'racist' Pledge of Allegiance WWW.YAHOO.COM "I want the charges dropped and I want the school to be held accountable," Dhakira Talbot said of her son's arrest at the Florida school. The teacher was a substitute teacher and claimed to police that the child made a threat. Now the school says "We are looking into this matter, but this individual will no longer be allowed to substitute at any of our schools." Despite this, the kid was suspended by the school for three days. Mother Upset After Son Kicked Out of Class Over Pledge of Allegiance WWW.BAYNEWS9.COM The mother and student spoke to Spectrum Bay News 9 The US is truly the land of the free! /s
  2. Check this out, a group of cops in Germany are being investigated for making racist death threats against a Turkish-German lawyer and her family. Apparently, they even signed their threat with "NSU 2.0", which is a reference to a German neo-nazi terror group which killed 10 people. Alleged German neo-Nazi police officers may have used law enforcement database to threaten people – ThinkProgress THINKPROGRESS.ORG The officers allegedly referenced an infamous terrorist group and threatened to "slaughter" a Turkish-German lawyer's child. I'm not really surprised by this, because just as the article notes, there are probably many, many more racist and even neo-nazi cops in Germany and elsewhere.
  3. If you use the popular gaming platform Steam you have probably encountered plenty of racists and Nazis. I usually report them but Steam doesn't seem to care. But now the media is starting to take notice so hopefully, we'll start to see some actions from Steam soon. Steam, Your Kids’ Favorite Video Game App, Has A Big Nazi Problem: It’s not the games you should worry about. It’s the social platform that allows hate. What do you think?
  4. ‘Crying Nazi' Website Dumped By GoDaddy Following Rant Calling For The Slaughter Of Jews Read more here: http://www.newsweek.com/crying-nazi-website-dropped-godaddy-following-rant-calling-slaughter-jewish-771352
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