Another month in the annals of history, and another travesty within the bloated colossus that is the United States federal government, with the persecution of a White student for a perceived offense against the fragile feelings of the vibrant American Black.
According to documents released following the convening of a grand jury, Graeme Phillip Harris, previously enrolled at the University of Mississippi, now faces charges of conspiracy to violate civil rights, as well as racial intimidation threats for the February 2014 placing of a noose and Georgia state flag on the statue of James Meredith, the first Negro to attend the prestigious college during the early 1960’s.
Word of the legal proceedings, which could be interpreted in ways ranging from bizarre to terrifying, reached as high as the desk of Attorney General Eric Holder, who apparently denounced the incident as, “a violation of our most strongly-held values,” as part of a rambling and barely-coherent statement.
The Justice Department said Friday that it had charged a student at the University of Mississippi with federal civil rights crimes for placing a noose on a statue of James Meredith, the school’s first black student, in what federal authorities said was a “flagrant” attempt to threaten black students at the school.
These charges come a little more than a year after the noose was found on the neck of the Meredith statue, which has stood at the center of the Ole Miss campus in Oxford for nearly a decade. In February 2014, the noose was found along with an older Georgia state flag (before that state adopted a new flag without the Confederate symbol), prompting an investigation by the FBI and local police.
Graeme Phillip Harris, the student who was charged, and others hung the rope and the flag “with the intent to threaten and intimidate African American students and employees at the university,” the Justice Department said.
A Dangerous Precedent
The very idea that a prank against an inanimate object, no matter what the context, can constitute federal criminal charges, should be enough to send chills down the spine of any Nationalist or pro-White activist, as the potential slippery slope behind such a decision bodes ill for the future indeed.
One now has to think of further suppressions of the First Amendment that may come about in coming months and years, as Whites begin to feel the pressure being applied with ever-increasing force.
Just do not blink, as you may open your eyes to a scene resembling that of the most Marxist lands of current Europe.