By Jeff Goodall
Nairobi-born Black hates Canada … won’t quit complaining
“To be a black Muslim woman in Toronto is to feel deep isolation, the result of omnipresent systemic anti-black, patriarchal and Islamophobic discrimination… forces that torment me and members of my community… and so two months ago I tweeted, “Plz Allah give me strength not to cuss/kill these men and white folks out here today… Our lives are plagued by institutional and individual anti-black racism that compromises our access to safety, economic freedom, proper health care, food, housing, employment, education and culturally restorative support services. To be black in this city is to fight to survive.” – (emphasis added) – Yusra Khogali, co-founder of “Black Lives Matter Toronto” (1).
(The above photo appears a tad too white for a Black woman. It’s actually a photographic lighting distortion, so was this photo selected because it was her INTENT to appear as White as possible?? Another photo of Khogali is seen below. – Ed.)
That was very kind of Yusra (Khogali) — backing off from killing us, and all that — and I must admit that I sometimes feel rather like killing something myself after spending a few minutes reading rabid, anti–White garbage like this in the Toronto “Red” Star. But read it I must, if I am to stay fully aware of the dangers we face, as White Europeans throughout the world are vilified and prepared for multicultural genocide by the likes of Ms. Khogali.
(If “black lives matter” so much to Ms. Khogali, she has the WHOLE African continent to express her “sympathies“. Better yet — by returning home to her native Nairobi, Kenya to live among her own tribal people — would immediately set her free from the ravages of Toronto‘s “anti-black racism“. Such a simple solution, eh? So … off you go, and don’t look back. Bye! ELN Editor)
(Incidentally, book your flight back home to Kenya via Jamaica (same population as Toronto – 2.8 Million). The Jamaican police are killing 1 citizen PER DAY, so a chapter of “Black Lives Matters” is most needed there, not in our country. – Ed.)
It is also worth noting that while such language as Ms. Khogali used in her Tweet would carry a very real risk of investigation, and the possible laying of “hate” charges … if uttered by a White person. Members of privileged minorities can apparently say such things and walk away completely unscathed by our massive, publically-funded “human rights” industries. (Bolded, underlined words, photo and videos added for emphasis by Editor) >>to Full Report