Not one of the news outlet reporting this have mentioned that the head negro is a Black Nationalist. His name is Jonathan Thrower but he goes by the name of Shakem Amen Akhet. Akhet is the leader of the Asafo Community Development Association – a group which derives its name from the Akan word for “WAR PEOPLE.”
Hmmmmm. Jewstream media left that little bit out. Turns out he has marched with Black Lives Matter, a violent terrorist organization.
The whole thing seems to fit into the formula used at Starbucks where negroes are just hanging out, not buying anything and refuse to leave. Then feign outrage.
They are calling this South Carolina woman “gas station Brenda” and also “gas station Gail” and plan to ruin her life over this. Don’t worry Brenda, life goes on. If I saw a bunch of “anti-violence” black demonstrators in front of my home or place of business, I would be worried too.
Huffpro (and yahoo) actually got the scoop on what appened. So predictable.
Murphy USA, a national gas station chain, told Yahoo in a statement that 30 to 40 people were gathered outside of the Murphy Express location in North Charleston. The company said members of the group refused to leave after being asked to do so by an employee, which prompted a call to law enforcement.
“Safety issues arose due to people, many of which were young children, being in and around the flow of store traffic, and disruptions to the business were caused by an external emergency fuel stop button being struck numerous times, which shut down all fuel pumps at our site,” the statement read.
I know Negroes. You dindu nuffin. White lady jus raciss.
Cuz if they find out what we’re up to, they’re not going to like it!
The case is Manhattan Community Access Corp. v. Halleck, No. 17-702. Community Access Corp is a private operator of a public access television network. Halleck and another person were suspended by the Community Access Corp for expressing views that were critical of them.
Since social media outlets are arguably much more of a modern day public square than community access tv stations, a ruling for the plaintiff would certainly bring us closer to ridding ourselves of internet censorship that is violating our First Amendment right
More here. https://www.cnbc.com/2018/10/16/supreme-court-case-could-decide-fb-twitter-power-to-regulate-speech.html
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I mentioned a couple of weeks ago in No One Can Abuse You Unless You Are Weak Part 1 that I would write about how I have learned how to deal with selfish and narcissistic people in my personal life . These tactics will be obvious to some of you. If you’re a bit of an expert and have extra tips with regard to this topic, I hope you’ll leave them below. My tips are listed in no particular order.
- Humanize the abuser-try to see any signs of good character in the person. Usually there’s something. Some are at least kind to their own family. That’s something. Some are kind to their pets. You get the idea. Another way to see the narcissists/selfish people as human is to realize that most abusers have been abused by someone in the past. I’ve noticed that many of them had/have at least one alcoholic parent. One reason you want to humanize the person is it remind you they aren’t some kind of old testament god that can/will destroy you. They are actually very emotionally weak. When you see them as they really are, you lose some of your fear of them and you learn what makes them tick. What I found is that like most humanoids they want to be understood. They often respond well to sincere interest and kindness. They’re starving for it. They don’t get much of it because people are afraid of them.
- Realize they often need you as much as you need them. When you are valuable in some way, people will value you. Funny how that works. It doesn’t even take much to be valuable these days. The bar has been set pretty low. Show up on time. Be intelligent. Be polite. Keep your word. Best of all, have skills. The Narc may talk a good game but if you remain calm and set some boundaries with the person, you’d be surprised how reasonable they can be, IF you are provide something valuable to them. This doesn’t mean you shout at the person saying, “YOU’VE STEPPED OVER MY BOUNDARIES”. The boundaries are in your mind and when the Narc tells you or asks you to do something that is beyond what you want to do, you just say NO and mean it. They will probably try to make you feel guilty in which case you say something like, “I’m sorry, I can’t”. (You’re not REALLY sorry-don’t be! but it sounds better to say sorry). If they can’t get anywhere with the guilt trip, they may try threatening you, either subtly or directly. This leads the excellent tool of…
- Compromise, where you attempt to negotiate for something YOU want from the Narc if you do this thing they want you to do. It’s best is you have thought out what you want ahead of time. Sometimes it’s hard to do on the spot. So strategize some time when you are calm and talk to a friend to get some clarity if you need to. If this doesn’t work you may have to…
- Exercise your agency by being willing to walk away from the person or situation. It’s a well known fact that the strongest person in a negotiation is the one who is most willing to walk away. I don’t suggest storming out of the room or yelling. That’s actually weak. You’ve lost control of your emotions when you do that. Plus things could escalate to a physical level and you don’t want THAT. You just KNOW inside that you are willing to walk away and you say NO or STOP when necessary. This usually requires that you have your life in order (especially if it is a job situation) where you can live without the money for awhile if you get fired or if it is a relationship, that you have other friends. You don’t need this person and you don’t need their money. This requires a lot of upfront work but it’s worth it. No one wants to be a slave with no options. Minimalism helps a lot. If you don’t need much, you don’t have to kiss butt.
Hope this helps someone. Coming soon-No One Can Abuse You Unless You Are Weak Part 3 This post will be about how we can apply (or not) these strategies when dealing with our oppressors. Mainly Jews.
In my opinion they are fake group. I’m always suspicious of people who can jet across the U.S. and find brawls to get into. How do they make a living? Sure, it’s possible they have location independent work…but I doubt it.
And what’s with the homosexual mustache on McInnes? Ugh.
Does George Soros pay these guys so his antifa groups have someone to make headlines with?
Like I’ve mentioned before. I’m old. I keep seeing these circus acts come and go. A rule of thumb is, if a group or a person is getting a lot of press, they are probably not only not legitimate but they are probably going to flame out in some embarrassing way. See: Matt Heimbach and Jordan Peterson.
What do you guys and gals think?