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Update on Minnesota High School race riot


While the local media lies, downplays, and/or completely censors what happened, the UK Mail Online published an exhaustive report.

CofCC.org told you earlier that the fight was between American born blacks and Somalian immigrants. It turns out that three students and staff member were sent to the hospital.

This type of scenario is playing out all over the USA. In Columbus, Ohio blacks and Somalians also battle in the schools. In Southern California and Chicago, blacks and Latinos battle it out. In Philadelphia schools, mobs of blacks jump Asian and racially mixed students.

From Uk Mail Online…

What started out as a lunchtime food fight in a Minneapolis high school ended in a massive brawl involving hundreds of students and police officers wielding canisters of Mace.

Minneapolis South High School was placed on lockdown shortly before 1pm Thursday after violence broke out during third-period lunch inside the cafeteria between Muslim and black students.

The fight involved 200-300 students and lasted about 15 minutes, leaving four people injured. Teaching continued as usual during the lockdown, but students had to remain in their classrooms.

Four people, including three students and one staff member who was hit in the head with a bottle, were sent to a hospital. Police said no weapons were used in the altercation, and the teens’ unspecified injuries were not related to the fight.
A dozen people also complained of suffering from side effects related to the chemical agent sprayed by police. They were treated on the scene for Mace inhalation.

Student Abdi Sheik told CBS that the fight escalated into a ‘big riot’ over racial hostilities that have long been bubbling under the surface.

According to witnesses, an initial fight happened during the first lunch period when one student threw a milk carton at another. By the time the third period came around, the situation spiraled out of control, with boys hitting girls and some students lying on the floor and covering their faces in surrender.

Some members of the South High School community said that the violent incident was the culmination of ongoing tensions between the eight per cent of Muslim students of Somali decent and the 20 per cent who are African Americans.