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    Another Westfield State Hefalump Says They Found A Racist Note, Dumb Faculty Morons Continue To Believe It Because Questioning Hate Crimes Is Racist

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    In the least shocking news ever, another Westfield State student is spreading another hate crime hoax:

    Oh sweet Jesus. They’re not even trying anymore. “N word slime?” “Hanged?” Try to sound like an illiterate rural redneck more. You can’t.

    And yes Andrea, we still think it’s fake. We actually think it’s fake more now that you’ve shared this obviously fake note that you, or one of your friends wrote themselves and put on social media in a vain attempt to show how prevalent racism is on the campus at Westfield State, AKA Umass Jr.

    But why wouldn’t they continue to make up these fake notes and hate crimes? Everyone believes it. Because if you question it for a second you are automatically a racist for doing so. After all, Kiara Dade has made up three fake hate crimes this semester, and as a result the faculty organized a walkout so no one had to go to class. This is the easiest way to avoid sitting through a lecture. I wish I knew this was a thing when I was in college. I’d never, ever, ever go to class.

    Apparently Andrea did not like our take on it:

    If you question an obviously fake hate crime you are now “victim shaming.” They’ve got this whole racket figured out already. And just like her friend Kiara, Andrea Murphy has mastered the art of turning herself into a victim:

    And if you think she’s not a victim you better fall back and stay woke, because your ass is getting blocked!!

    She’s really proud of her sign though, because she ended up on the news at the protest, doing the sad face and acting like she just survived the Holocaust:

    “Racism isn’t born, it’s taught.” Someone give this chick a cookie for her thought provoking sign she spent all morning drawing instead of going to class.

    Except she didn’t come up with it on her own. The faculty (led by associate professor Laura Baker) thought so little of their student’s creativity that they had to send out an email with sign suggestions. It had the usual – black lives matter, silence = violence, and of course “racism isn’t born, it’s taught.”

    Nevertheless she “won’t stop fighting”

    And by fighting she means, making up more hate crime hoaxes, drawing on 99 cent CVS poster boards with magic marker, and of course copious use of the dog filter.

    Must be hard being an oppressed millenial from Hanover taking a four year vacation at a taxpayer funded university where professors are always canceling class.

    But once again, they keep making up these things because the idiot adults who run Westfield State buy into it. Like Patty Wright:

    Yup, if you question an obvious lie then you are “attacking this victim” and you shouldn’t be allowed to post on Facebook. An adult said this. You can tell she’s one of the “good ones” because she doesn’t question anything, and uses anti-racist Facebook filters:

    I’m sure her diverse friends down at the boating club completely agree with her.

    According to Patty Wright not only is the “victim” telling the truth, there were many more victims, including Jewish students who were “attacked”:

    Ya got that? Westfield State had a Kristallnacht party and the only people who were safe were the white cishetero patriarchy.

    How does Patty know all about this? Well, she claims to work at Westfield, says she has been inundated with emails from victimized students, and anyone who disagrees with her is a troll bot:

    And by “works” at Westfield, she means, “I run the costume shop”:

    Others said that it doesn’t matter if it happened or not. The only thing that matters is that people came together to stand up to racism:

    How stupid do you have to be to think like that? It’s like holding a rally against murder at a campus with no murders. Who the hell is pro-murder? What are you protesting AGAINST?

    Finally there was William Lea, the face of the “I hate Turtleboy” crowd:

    He attempted to discredit Turtleboy by cracking the age old case of “Who is Turtleboy?” when he linked a three year old opinion column, written by notorious race baiting Turtlegram and Gazette hack, Clive McFarlane:

    According to him he’s dealing strictly in “facts”:

    Even though there’s zero facts that prove that a racist individual did any of the things that Kiara Dade has alleged.

    But the mystery he couldn’t solve was how we found pictures of him on his publicly viewable Facebook page:

    I don’t think you know how privacy settings work, but clearly your instincts are sharp as a tac!!

    Anyway, this isn’t the last race hoax from Westfield. They will continue as long as the media and faculty continue to buy into it. Why wouldn’t they? It gets them exactly what they want – attention through victim status. But at some point you’d hope that the police put an end to this abuse of police resources, find out who really is doing this shit, and hold them accountable. Even though they already know exactly who did it, but can’t do anything about it because calling out liars is now racist.

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    Discussion

    1. I'm SO offended


      Shit, I was just about to go on Andrea Murphy’s profile and defend white supremacy, then I came upon this article where she says not to. Crap, now I have to find something else to do.

    2. AngryTurtle


      “Racism isn’t born it’s taught…” — riiiiigggghhhtttt — and what are you watching kids now you little pugly (dog filter joke! HA!) faced morons??

      “You can’t say that / do that because it hurts my feelings!! I am right and you are wrong!!” — BUT — “You’re a racist and I don’t respect you, and it’s ok for me to disrespect you because I am right and you are wrong!!”

      In other words, they are right, and everyone else is racist… you are teaching children, both white and black and hispanic and asian and every other thing, that as long as you play the race card anything you do is OK … UNLESS you’re white, then nothing you can do is OK unless it is allowing yourself to be a doormat and kissing ass…

      You are segregating yourselves further and further every day… I know probably 300-400 white people, not ONE of them walks around saying “damn these niggers…”; I also know alot of black folks, and they do not walk around “stupid whitey crackers…” … what I see is a bunch of SJW-wannabe’s who will come out for anything and everything that fits their agenda and have no issues faking it …

      This is at a college… are there no cameras? If you’re this worried about racism and you feel unsafe, why not get the campus to put up more cameras…s surely folks won’t do things when they are on camera…

      You know what makes me sick? My kids are growing up and I am spending more time teaching them to think for themselves, to read and learn about issues not just follow narratives, than the damned schools are! That is what you are teaching your kids!

    3. JMarriner


      Andrea grew up white in Hanover. Very interesting to see she goes to college and is now black.

      1. Tae


        This article is uninformed, inarticulate, and, quite frankly, a poor reflection of whomever had the audacity to “craft” it. Activism moves our country forward, and is a crucial stepping stone in creating a positive change within our society. To attack someone on such a personal level for standing up against injustice is shameful, and in no way, shape, or form does it address the issue that you are attempting to so fruitlessly discredit—it weakens your argument and reflects poorly on you, though I’m sure you were already aware of that. Why do you feel so threatened by the idea that racism still exists in our country? Systematic oppression—as well as these overt expressions of hatred—still shape the experience of thousands living in the United States. It is a reality that, from what I️ am inferring based off of this article, you do not have to endure. Feel grateful for that. But please, recognize that your experiences are not going to be the same as everyone else’s. Just because their reality differs from yours, it does not mean that theirs is invalid or untruthful.

        1. Publius


          Tae could not disagree more. The enormous successes of african immigrants are a prime example of opportunity and equality.

          1. Tae


            The success of some does not justify the oppression of many. That’s called tokenism, and is a severely detrimental view to have on the subject of racism.

          2. Tae


            If you would like to speak more on the idea of “equality”….
            Then how does one explain the fact that a number of banks in the U.S., to this day, still mark off black communities as areas that they will not grant loans to (“redlining”)? How is it that the unemployment rate for black folks is 2X that of white folks? Or that, while blacks only make up 13% of the American population, the makeup of our prison population is 40% black? It’s an indisputable fact that African Americans are receiving longer, harsher sentences than whites in cases where they’ve committed the same crime. What about the fact that the median wealth of a single white woman in the US is $41,000, while the median wealth of a single black woman is just $100? If you would like me to cite any of my sources on this material, please just say the word–I would be glad to. I understand that this information is a difficult pill to swallow, as so many others unintentionally piggy back off of and benefit from this systematic oppression, but it is necessary to digest if we are to ever address the racial inequality and unrest in this country.

            1. SVU


              Hey Tae, stop trying to start a race war over nothing.

        2. Nicholas Stix


          TAE,

          You’re a liar. You’re a racist. You’re evil.

    4. The Vorlon


      The stupid in Westfield, it burns!

    5. Troubled Nostrils


      What’s that costume Patty Wright is wearing in her boat photo? Whatever it is, it’s awfully scary.

    6. Aware voter


      WTF IS WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE

    7. Publius


      does anyone seriously believe this stuff. so many case turn out fake. lies.fake racism gotta go.

      1. SVU


        They won’t be happy until there is a full on race war over nothing at all. How blind are you all. You can sit here and spin this anyway you would like. The issue isn’t about anything more then lies. It’s been proven already and it will be again. When are you gonna be angry at the ones making this shit up? Stop and use the brains god gave you. Stop looking for a excuse to claim racism. That’s all this is

    8. hahahaohreally


      Look at the word “your” in the newest letter and compare it to the note that they shared that says “Black People don’t deserve to be united” Its exactly the same, they even couldn’t keep the lines straight in the exact same way. Same person pulling off all these hoaxes, I guarantee you!

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