Meet Joanna Singh: Racist Wife Of Amherst Firefighter Who Says All Police Departments Are White Supremacist And Can’t Be In Schools Because Black Children Should Fear Them
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This is Dominic Singh from the little town of Northfield, MA, which borders both Vermont and New Hampshire:
Dominic works in Amherst as a firefighter, and as the EMS coordinator for UMass, and the Spencer Rescue Squad in the great town of Spencer:
This is his lovely wife Joanna Singh:
And this is what Joanna, whose husband is a first responder and works with police on a daily basis, thinks about cops:
“The nation’s police departments have a huge issue with white supremacy and racism.”
Yea, except they don’t. Over 47% of of NYC cops are people of color. In Chicago it’s over 40%. In Boston 25% of the police force is black, which directly coincides with the fact that 25% of the population of Boston is black. The deputy superintendent of the BPD, William Gross, is also black. But yea, tell me more about this white supremacy thing. As a sheltered white woman in Northfield I’m sure Joanna Singh is an expert on such topics. After all, she read a couple articles on Slate one time, so she pretty much has it all figured out now.
She also thinks parents of color HAVE to teach their children to be weary of the police because they are a roving gang of white supremacists (who isn’t a “white supremacist these days?):
As a white woman, she would know what parents of color HAVE to teach their kids. Definitely.
Or they could just teach them the truth – that police are here to protect and serve, and are the last line of defense in the face of anarchy. Nah, that makes too much sense. Better teach them to dislike and distrust the police instead. That sounds way more productive.
She was one of the outside agitators leading the charge against the Northampton Police to cancel High 5 Friday, because “police officers do not belong in schools,” and fist bumping kids is not “safe or appropriate” because the NPD isn’t doing enough to “fix the problems that lead to their genuine fear.”
Except the truth of the matter is that no small children in Northampton fear the cops on their own. We haven’t heard form a single child that actually felt this way. It was just a bunch of adults putting words in their mouths. The only possible way a child of color in Northampton would be fearful of the police is if they were taught to be fearful of them by their parents.
She doesn’t think police should be in schools at all because they “systematically strip civil rights from anyone who isn’t straight, white, Christian, and male”:
There it is – police in schools are a bad thing because of the “school to prison pipeline.” Because resource officers in buildings with 1,500 kids, and ZERO adults who have any training in any sort of physical deescalation techniques, always makes things MORE unsafe.
Oh wait, sorry, that’s just another lie from someone who has no idea what they’re talking about. Remember when all these SJW ding-dongs in Worcester called Turtleboy a racist because we thought it would make the WPS safer by adding resource officers there since so many vice principals were being assaulted by students at North High? All you have to do is look at the numbers in Worcester after cops were put into schools in 2015 (because of us) to see how right we were:
This chart is a lie. Clive was right, cops in schools are racist!! pic.twitter.com/zVlwkHtQgI
— Party Waren Kebber (@WebbDawgTG) February 28, 2017
So let me get this straight. When you have a resource officer in the building, kids are significantly less likely to bring drugs to school, assaults on teachers go from 59 a year to 19 in a year, and weapons possession goes from 71 to 25 a year. It’s almost as if the mere presence of police officers in a school deter shitbag kids from dealing drugs, assaulting their teachers, and bringing weapons. But yea, this is a bad thing. Because Joanna Singh, whose children will go to school in Northfield and will never have to worry about any of these issues, thinks it’s racist to have cops in school because she read about it on the Huffington Post.
Joanna also thinks cops should be required to issue public statements to support a hate group that generalizes them as Nazis, show up to black lives matter rallies in order to protest against other cops, publicly repudiate the president for enforcing immigration laws, and keep historical relics out of their own private residences:
Seems reasonable. After all, for children of color “police ARE the bad guys”:
As a white woman from Northfield, she’s well qualified to talk about how children of color view the police. And the echo chamber on her page seems to agree with her:
Oh look, more granola eating white people speaking on behalf of people of color who they don’t know. I know when I want a hot take on whether or not students of color have reason to distrust the police, I always turn to people like this:
And let’s talk about Joanna Singh, who is the REAL racist here. This is the racial makeup of the town of Northfield, which has a population of about 3,000:
The racial makeup of the town was 98.51% White, 0.10% Black or African American, 0.20% Native American, 0.20% Asian, 0.03% from other races, and 0.95% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 0.58% of the population.
Do you know what 0.1% of 3,000 is? Three. That’s how many black people live in Northfield. Three. Here’s a map of where Northfield is:
Not only is Northfield an exclusively white community, it’s also nowhere NEAR any other communities that have anything even remotely resembling diversity. As a matter of fact, less than 1% of the population of Franklin County (everything in yellow) is black.
In other words, Joanna Singh purposely chose to live in an isolated, all white community because she is a racist. She is petrified of living near black people, because she is a racist. She knows that deep down inside she is indeed a bigot. And the only way to compensate for the feelings of guilt that she has because of her own internal racism, is to call other white people racist (cops are an easy target) in order to make herself feel better.
Seriously though, if she is so passionately involved with causes relating to people of color, why doesn’t she live in Springfield, Chicopee, or Holyoke, where people of color actually exist? Oh wait, I forgot, she’s a racist and she thinks they’ll all steal her pearls. Silly me.
Anyway, black people aren’t the only folks she openly fears. She also despises Republicans:
Especially the black ones.
And despite the fact that her husband is a firefighter/paramedic, she publicly asked that her other racist friends who went down to Washington DC “burn that shit down – literally if you have to”:
The Greenfield Recorder did a story on her in January too, which you can read here. This unemployed racist chick has labeled herself as a “Child Passenger Safety Technician,” and is petitioning the statehouse to pass a bill banning children younger than 13 from riding shotgun with their parents:
In a perfect world, Singh said she’d like to see increased safety standards for children across the board, including a law requiring that all children “under 13 must be in the back seat, unless all three-point lap shoulder belts are all ready occupied by younger children.”
She also makes her 9 year old sign ride in a carseat:
And of course she “sits on the board of directors for the child passenger safety nonprofit, Car Seats for the Littles Inc.” Because that’s what you do when you’re a social justice warrior with no talents, no skills, and no ability to earn money on your own. You star a “non-profit” with a feel-good sounding name, apply for a bunch of government grants (they’re anxious to give these away to whatever name makes them feel warm and fuzziest inside), and then pay yourself an arbitrary salary that you determine based on your own self worth.
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