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Spree killer says he learned to hate white people in college


Once again this website was light years ahead of the so-called “mainstream media.”

When Nkosi Thandiwe shot three white females in Atlanta, the “mainstream” media went into extreme CENSORSHIP mode. It was a top secret in the media that the victims were all beautiful, young white ladies. The Atlanta Journal Constitution even lifted information about one of the victims from a website that contained numerous pictures. The newspaper pretended like the pictures didn’t exist.

Even though this website found pictures of all three victims online, within minutes, not a single MSM outlet would even mention that the victims were white. The shooting was barely reported even in Atlanta.

About a  year after this website declared that the shooting was 100% racially motivated, WSBTV Channel 2 Atlanta finally ran a blurb admitting that it was a racially motivated shooting.

Now, more information has finally come out.

Nkosi Thandiwe says he wanted to kill white people after learning to hate them in college. Surprisingly the Atlanta Journal Constitution ran a story about this. This appears to be the first time that the AJC has ever admitted it was a racially motivated shooting.

From Atlanta Journal Constitution…

Hate has consequences. Across America, the soft science departments of our Universities are demonizing white people.

During his testimony Wednesday, Thandiwe suggested that his reason for even purchasing the gun he used in the shootings was to enforce beliefs he’d developed about white people during his later years as an anthropology major at the University of West Georgia.

“I was trying to prove a point that Europeans had colonized the world, and as a result of that, we see a lot of evil today,” he said. “In terms of slavery, it was something that needed to be answered for. I was trying to spread the message of making white people mend.”

He said the night before the shooting, he attended a so-called “Peace Party” intended to address his concerns about helping the black community find equal footing, but two white people were there.

“I was upset,” Thandiwe said. “I was still upset Friday. I took the gun to work because I was still upset from Thursday night.”