|An obvious hoax, perpetrated to engineer hatred against Trump supporters and ensure a victory for Hillary... it failed|
The most egregious is one down in Gwinnett County, Georgia, where a Muslim teacher named Mairah Teli instantly became a national source of sympathy for a note she discovered on her desk which she obviously wrote herself. If she is still employed by Dacula High School today, it's a reminder of just deep the rot goes in our nation (and why I'm still convinced Hillary Clinton's campaign stole the concept of 'irredeemable' from this site).
The incredible amount of hoaxes nationwide, eagerly reported and disseminated by a corporate media completely aligned against the interests of white Americans, provide an abundance of evidence as to just how clearly Trump supporters are hated.
Truce? Coexist? Peace? No peace.
Few people are willing to understand the truth behind this one scene from Independence Day, where the stated goal of the alien invaders is anything but peaceful and coexistence is a possibility entertained by only one side.
Which is why the question must be asked about an incident that garnered international news just days before the November 8 election: the burning of a black church in 76 percent black Greenville, Mississippi (with 'Vote Trump' spray-painted on the side of the building) on November 1, an act of "arson" instantaneously promoted by the corporate media as a warning of the darkness about to engulf the nation if Trump were to win.
The only problem is the act of "arson" is, like the action of Mairah Teli, obviously a hoax designed to enrage white liberals nationwide and shame white conservatives into compliance (of their continued, targeted demise).
Only one, brief story has been published post-Trump's election on the burning of the black church.[Mississippi church arson: No sign of accelerant found, The Clay Center Dispatch, 11-15, 16]:
A fire chief says the burning of an African-American church in Mississippi is still considered arson, but the state Crime Lab determined that no accelerant was found on items it tested from the church.
Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville burned Nov. 1, and "Vote Trump" was spray painted on the side of the building.
Greenville Fire Chief Ruben Brown tells the Delta Democrat-Times (http://bit.ly/2eXxiP6 ) that the fire could have been set by paper, clothing or direct flame contact. Brown did not return calls to The Associated Press.
Brown says an investigation continues. No arrests have been made.
Greenville is a Mississippi River port city of about 32,100 people, and about 78 percent of its residents are African-American.
The FBI opened a civil-rights investigation into the fire.Whoever set the fire at this church failed in their mission to create enough anti-Trump sentiment nationwide to ensure he was defeated only seven days later. The mere fact the FBI and local police have yet to locate a suspect in a highly charged 'racial' incident is proof the burning of the Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville (with "Vote Trump" spray painted on the side of the charred ruins) is nothing more than a hoax designed to engineer maximum anti-Trump sympathies.
In about a month, the suspect (probably a black member of the church) will be arrested and the story will forever disappear.
It was never, ever about coexisting. There was never a possibility of a truce. Peace, a fools hope, was sadly not an option.