Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Gladiator Training in Detroit Public School

Please watch this amazing video featuring Detroit diversity.


This is the American negro in its natural habitat. All against all warfare. Animal noises. Chaos. A mystery meat "instructor" hitting them with a broom. This is the end game of the war against Whites. An entire nation reduced to the moronic savagery we just watched. This is why we must save our race.

A teacher who swatted a student with a broom while trying to break up a frenzied fight between two teenagers was fired over the incident by the Education Achievement Authority.

Everything gets a ridiculous Orwellian title. Education Achievement. More like putting a few dozen animals in a cage and forgetting to feed them.

The fight occurred in a classroom at Pershing High School, one of 15 low-performing Detroit schools taken over by the state-run Education Achievement Authority in 2012.

Low-performing? There's the surprise of the century. Luckily a Stalinist office is here to take over and defeat genetic determinism.

Cellphone video footage of the incident obtained by WJBK-TV shows the teacher frantically trying to stop the fight using a broomstick before the two were finally separated from each other, apparently by classmates.

The content of their character, the all vs. all after the light of civilization has been extinguished.

You gotta lose your mind in Detroit Rot City.

"Unfortunately, the method that she used, in terms of swatting one with a broom, is a violation of the corporal punishment provision under the Michigan school code," he told WJBK. "But she's caught in a quandary because under that same code she's expected to do what is necessary to diffuse a situation."

Maybe next time throw a giant net over the simians?

The two boys involved in the fight were suspended.

No one learned anything.


This is the dark future we must fight against. A future of two-legged animals preying on each other, a future of ignorance, violence and ugliness. A White nation is the answer.

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