Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
To make a long story short:
Black man dies in Baltimore Police Department custody, Blacks hold peaceful protest that quickly turns not-so-peaceful, then niggas be all riotin’ an’ sheeeeeeeit.
Well, this picture goes viral online:
Now sure, to your eyes, Racist Whitey, this is a picture of a
thug youth stealing a woman’s purse while two of her friends step in to help and prevent the theft. But you would be wrong.
Here, let a
Jewish White reporter, Baltimore City Paper’s Caitlin Goldblatt explain:
I’m the girl in glasses. The drunk redhead was trying to grab that guy’s bag, we were pulling her back.
Now you see, folks? Do you see how your racist assumptions made you see something that wasn’t there? According to Baltimore City Paper editor Brandon Soderberg, what was actually happening in Baltimore was a bunch of 5’4″ 125 pound White women got really drunk while watching the ball game at the bar, then ran outside and started antagonizing peaceful, 6’5″ 230lbs Black men. Some people even suggested Whites were screaming out the “n-word.”
There are pictures of me and my friends trying to stop a woman from provoking protestors. It is being used to suggest we were with her and protecting her. I was covering part of the protest, not at a bar getting shitfaced on such a momentous day. She was provoking protestors. She tried to steal one guy’s bag (you will see photos that suggest he was taking her bag; she had no bag). I don’t want anybody hurt and whether she knew it or not she was going to get hurt. Another white barhopper threw a stool at me. Drunk White people looking for a fight were part of the violence narrative (sic) last night. I have seen them jeer, spit, and throw things at protestors and try to hit them since Wed when protest first went downtown. Brandon
You see, if you had ever been to Baltimore and were familiar with the racial situation there, you would know that the White people living in Baltimore are not cowed liberals quietly trying to avoid daily Black crime and violence, but essentially Ku Klux Klan members who love nothing more than to antagonize peaceful Blacks, and as one protest sign says, BPD = KKK. Even petite little redheaded White women know they can go up to large Black men and call them “the n-word” during a riot without fear of reprisal because of the Institutional Racism of the White Supremacist Baltimore City Police Department.
Don’t you see how your racist assumptions made you mis-read the situation completely? Thankfully, the Baltimore City Paper was there to set your racist white ass straight.
But then, just to complicate things, the redhead shows up to deny her White privilege and vicious racism:
I see I went semi-viral and I wanted to clear things up since there seems to be a lot of assumptions as to what was going on, like I threw a chair or lashed out or was drunk, despite not being in the middle of that fracas.
For one: I was not drunk. I stopped by Slider’s to see some friends. I had half a beer on a full stomach, which is not nearly enough to get me half-buzzed. You can choose to believe that or not, but I’m here to tell you my truth. Also: I did NOT, I repeat, NOT throw any chairs. I don’t know who said that or thought they saw that, but I was in no way acting as an instigator but instead a mediator.
Here’s a video that more accurately describes what I was up to that day. The video starts with someone’s back, then reels up into the sky. As it descends on the crowd, you can see me in the bottom left-hand corner in my red hair and polka dot skirt. It’s kinda hard to follow me in the shaky video, but let’s do our best:
You can clearly see that for a long time, I am staying out of the ordeal. You see me take my last sip of Boh (which was probably my fourth or fifth sip), then saying (internally) “fuck this” and throw it away. I walk toward people peacefully and back them away, even stopping a fight. In NO FRAME do you ever see me throwing a chair or acting violently. Also, I am sober as my balance in my favorite heels is on point. I’m not doing the stumbly-drunk-step.
As for the purse-snatching thing: It was my purse and the guy turned around, called me a bitch, and tried to yank it from me. He also had a mostly empty bottle of vodka in his other hand. Let’s do the math: violent protester with a HALF EMPTY BOTTLE OF STOLEN VODKA (because you can see the pourer is still on it) vs. some chick in heels and a skirt. Also, here is another photo of me with my purse.
You can’t see it in the other photo as it was on my left side.
Why did I do what I did? Was I drunk? No. Did I get drunk AFTER all that? Certainly. Was I angry? No. Do I hate black people? No. Was I trying to steal a purse, that happened to be mine in the first place? No.
I did what I did because I inherited my mom’s kind heart and my dad’s brashness. Add that together and you equal stupid. I’m an idiot with a heart of gold that just couldn’t stand what was going on as it was tearing me up inside and I felt like I couldn’t do NOTHING.
I resisted help from the women and that man because I got really caught up and emotional. Clearly, I put my personal safety and common sense in the back seat with my emotions driving me.
I really wanted to clear that up because it is not an accurate portrayal of me.
Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.
Idiot Redhead That Just Wanted to Help
UPDATES: You want my story and know its me? Look at this: http://imgur.com/gallery/pvqsBit/new
and this: proof the man in white snatched it http://www.gfycat.com/JadedWigglyFly
ONE MORE UPDATE: HERE IS THE MAN WHO WROTE THE ARTICLE BEING ANGRY AT ME:
LAST UPDATE FOR NOW:
what happened regarding the man pulling me away/the man who wrote the article on me:
You can see how the racist media is creating a “violence narrative” unfairly painting peaceful Blacks as violent thugs and racist Redheads as innocent victims, when it is clearly a much more nuanced situation.
But don’t worry, the Baltimore City Paper is here to set the record straight, officially. The problem is, people are just making a really big deal out of an innocent mistake that a few reporters made on social media. It wasn’t even an official article. You see, it’s all just A Dumb Distraction.
Over the last two weeks, City Paper reporters, photographers, and editors have been working night and day, seven days a week to cover the tumultuous events in our city. You can see all of our coverage in one place here.
The response to our work has been overwhelmingly positive, as readers from Baltimore and around the world have let us know they appreciate the perspective we’ve offered. But some persistent trolls using ridiculous conservative nonsense language like “SJW” have latched onto a misunderstanding and some confusion in our frenzied reporting on Saturday to call us “liars” and try to distract from the important work that we’re trying to do, so I wanted to explain it once and be done with it.
City Paper staffer Brandon Soderberg and contributors Gianna DeCarlo and Caitlin Goldblatt were covering the protests on Saturday when fights broke out in front of Camden Yards. Soderberg explains much of this dynamic at that point in his story here. It’s worth noting that besides this story, published today, City Paper has not publishing anything at all about this incident. The vitriol seems to be aimed at Soderberg’s and Goldblatt’s social media posts. Again, there is no “story” to retract as many have suggested.
Got it, racist Whiteys? Nothing to see here, move along.