Thursday, August 13, 2015

A Feminist Lynch Mob

Just over 85 years ago on Aug 7, 1930 - two black men - Thomas Shipp and Abram Smith - were lynched and beaten to death in Marion IN for allegedly raping a white women.   The pair had been arrested the night before, charged with robbing and murdering a white factory worker, Claude Deeter, and raping his white girlfriend, Mary Ball, who was with him at the time. A large crowd broke into the jail with sledgehammers, pulled out the suspects, beat them and hung them. Police officers in the crowd cooperated in the lynching. Mary Ball later testified that she had not been raped and the rape charged were dropped.

In 1937 Abel Meeropol, a Jewish schoolteacher from New York and the adoptive father of the sons of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, saw a copy of Beitler's 1930 photograph (above). Meeropol later said that the photograph "haunted me for days" and inspired his poem "Bitter Fruit". It was published in the New York Teacher in 1937. In 1939 it was performed, recorded and popularized by American singer Billie Holiday.[5] The song reached 16th place on the charts in July 1939, and has since been recorded by numerous artists, continuing into the 21st century.

Source: Wikipedia Inc, and Adam Jones Ph.D

Almost to the day (Aug 8) a speaker appeared in Montreal to speak about Men's Issues.  As soon as Feminists found out about his planned appearance they moved to have him banned and stopped!  The event in Montreal was infiltrated and a young women attempted to flirt with him until her Mangina White Knights friends could be alerted and show up to support her assault of Roosh V afterwards.

Here was Ezra Levant of Rebel.Media's interview:

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