Meet Lily Linke And Alex Auriema: 2 Of The 4 White SJWs Who Disrupted A Veteran’s Ceremony At Fenway Park To Virtue Signal About Racism
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Yesterday we published this blog, about three white guilt ravaged losers who stood on top of the Green Monster and unraveled a vaguely worded, and poorly planned out sign about racism in America:
They intentionally chose to do this during a “Hats Off To Heroes” celebration at Fenway Park, in which a veteran was being honored for his sacrifices. Because that’s just how these white guilt ravages SJWs roll. They are self-serving, “look at me,” egomaniacs, desperate for validation through virtue signaling. They claim they don’t want attention (which makes sense since they did this deliberately for attention) and said the following during an interview with CSNNE:
Two people documented the night — one from afar and one from up close — while three people held the banner. The banner was unfurled in the middle of the fourth inning before stadium security quickly intervened.
“There were originally about eight people involved who had this idea, and those eight people come from various organizing groups in the Boston area,” the group member said by phone. “Mostly groups that affiliate with racial justice causes. And the banner came in response to the racist comments at the beginning of the season at Fenway [that Adam Jones spoke of].
So….this whole thing is predicated off of a lie. An easily disprovable lie that Adam Jones made up about being called the n word repeatedly, yet no one in a stadium of 35,000 people heard it, because he was butthurt that some fans threw peanuts at him. Gotcha.
“But overall, we saw, we see Boston continually priding itself as a kind of liberal, not racist city, and are reminded also constantly that it’s actually an extremely segregated city. It has been for a long time, and that no white people can avoid the history of racism, essentially. So we did this banner as a gesture towards that, to have a conversation about that.”
No white people can avoid the history of racism? What does that even mean? No one is denying that racism doesn’t exist now, and didn’t exist in the past. We’ve had conversation after conversation about race, and all of them inevitably end with “we need to have a conversation about race.” Because the racism-industrial complex is the biggest racket going in the American economy right now.
The Black Lives Matter movement was one of the group’s inspirations.
“We want to remind everyone that just as baseball is fundamental to American culture and history, so too is racism,” the group said in a written statement. “White people need to wake up to this reality before white supremacy can truly be dismantled. We urge anyone who is interested in learning more or taking action to contact their local racial justice organization.”
Anyway, the fucked up part about this isn’t the banner or the virtue signaling, it’s the fact that they’re clearly anti-military and did this specifically to take away from a veteran’s moment. And for that they need to be identified for the peckerchuds that they are.
So we googled this sentence from their quote on the Facebook machine:
“White people need to wake up to this reality before white supremacy can truly be dismantled.”
And here’s what we found:
This is Lily Linke from Somerville:
Does she look familiar?
What were the odds the ginger would be the first one to be outed? And how many threesomes did her and the other chick have to promise the neckbearded hipster who looks like he wanted no part of this?
Anna lives in Somerville, which is an extremely expensive city to live in, and often prices out minority residents who can’t afford the rent. Also known as white gentrification. Because at the end of the day, there’s nothing white SJWs hate more than living amongst the people they pretend to care about.
She got a theater degree at Boston University:
And that and $50 worth of food stamps will get you a Main South hooker.
BU of course is an extremely expensive, almost exclusively white private school. Don’t worry though, she’s totally down for the cause of helping black people by holding a sign. She just doesn’t wanna associate with them socially, as can be seen from the diversity in her Facebook pictures:
She’s obviously putting her $200,000 theater degree to good use, as can be seen by the fact that she’s literally giving tickets away for free to anyone who will come and watch her act:
As a ginger you’d think she’d be a big fan of St. Patrick’s Day. But she’s more SJW than ginger, which is why she took a stance and boycotted the racist holiday this year. According to her, “you cannot be an ally for Muslim immigrants and also celebrate St. Patrick’s Day”:
So holding a sign at Fenway Park wasn’t the first time she fixed racism.
She might not be friends with any black people, and intentionally seems to have chosen to self-segregate herself from them her entire life, but she’s totally not a racist. She even shares videos from far left websites and ends each post with #blacklivesmatter:
And since she’s probably swimming in debt from her theater degree at BU, she naturally is inclined to support the US Senator who blames big banks for student loan debt, while being paid $400K a year to teach one class:
Oh, and virtue signaling might as well be her middle name. This year she and her family and friends decided not to give each other gifts, and instead bought care packages for the homeless in Venice. Obviously this is a very pressing need for Somerville residents. But instead of just doing it and knowing that they made a difference, they had to virtue signal on Facebook to let everyone know just how amazing and selfless they are:
She wasn’t the only one whose Facebook page came up when we Googled that quote either:
And someone commented underneath that gave it away that Alex Auriema was also involved in this intentional disruption of Hats Off to Heroes:
They’re proud of you Alex!! Isn’t that why you did this? So your white, kale eating friends can tell you how proud of you they are?
Alex does not look like the guy in the photograph. But look what he does for a living:
Oh, he’s a videographer, who happens to live five minutes from Lilly Linke, and is also Facebook friends with her:
Keep in mind….”Two people documented the night — one from afar and one from up close — while three people held the banner.”
In other words, there was a guy taping the whole thing from afar. Ya know, someone who is good with video. Like a videographer. Which is what Alex does for work as a “film studies fellow” at Harvard:
He has some predictable opinions about police and immigration:
He thinks the violent Antifa protesters who attacked police with urine bottles should be set free because……..white supremacy:
He’s part of a group called “Violence in Boston” tat was raising money to disrupt the free speech march:
He likes to lecture other cisgendered straight white men about their privilege:
And he thinks he’s proving that he’s one of the good ones, when he stands up for a local BLM sea cow who doesn’t think it’s racist when she says, “all white people are racist.”
Antifa Boston originally took credit for this on Facebook and Twitter. But somehow people haven’t figured out that those are parody accounts yet. When Antifa said it was them, these nudniks called up CSNNE to show them their cool banner at one of their Somerville/Cambridge apartments:
Two down. Two to go.
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