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Monday, 13 March 2017

Filthy Blacks Abduct, Gang-Rape and Cut-Up Texas Gal.


The False Narrative: 18-Year-Old Blond Kidnapped, Tortured, And Gang-Raped In Denison, Texas

Some of our older readers – I would say those in their 50’s and up – may remember a time when crimes such as those described in this article were punished with vicious wrath by the local White community.
Rape, kidnapping, and child molestation were not tolerated by any segments of the population, and you often had situations where law enforcement had to compete with righteously-enraged citizens to administer justice.
Alas (and I’m not praising or calling for vigilante violence), those days are long gone, and we now get to feel the full effects of having attained true equality in this once-great nation.
Narrative Collapse has the story:
“Wednesday evening, an 18-year-old white female was kidnapped by three black men in Denison, Texas. A few hours later she was found at a church with numerous knife wounds and no pants.
She had been gang raped in the back of an SUV and slashed with a knife all over her body. All her jewelry was stolen, including her engagement ring. She was rushed to the hospital for treatment.
The attack prompted outrage online, after the victim’s mother described what happened on Facebook. Many people are criticizing the local media for a lack of coverage.
The victim is a very attractive, physically fit, blonde lady. She had just gotten engaged to be married last December. While rape is largely motivated by hatred and a desire to humiliate the victim, this attack went even further. The attackers slashed her with a knife to cause permanent physical scars. Some are comparing the attack to the recent racially motivated kidnapping and torture of a white man in Chicago. …”
Report from her mother on Facebook:
Note: If you haven’t already done so, add our friend Narrative Collapse to your bookmarks. The SPLC has condemned the CofCC for spreading a “false narrative of a victimized white majority under siege by allegedly violent people of color in the United States.”