Another “White Hispanic” Shoots a Black Man Dead


Thomas DiLorenzo

…and the media are ever so ho-hum about it.  I speak of course of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, who has been arrested for murder.  The media immediately “convicted” the Peruvian-American George Zimmerman, but have been strangely silent about this case, other than bemoaning the effects on the poor, aging, tight endless New England Patriots.  Although both men have about the same skin complexion, and are both “white Hispanics,” my guess is that Zimmerman, unlike Hernandez, sounds white and is therefore a better fit with the multicultural Marxist narrative about “white oppression.”

Another “White Hispanic” Shoots a Black Man Dead


3 Responses

  1. 5 War Veteran says:

    Hernandez is not white nor Hispanic nor anything else because HE IS A CELEBRITY!
    Any questions.

    Hey I am Danish American! Respect me! Respect my indentured slavery heritage! What does that mean? NOTHING. Get over it.
    You can either be American or you can ship your ass back to wherever you think you came from. (If they will take you) Get over race, we were all squeezed out the same way nothing pretty about that. We all filled our diapers the same way you ain’t “somethin special”. And your religion does not make you ay better than any of the other of Creations children.

    Race means what planet you come from and buddy you are from Earth.

    Might as well “hyphen” that hey I am a Danish – American – (from the race called) Humans.

    We are known for our ability to treat each other like crap and killing each other off in politically motivated wars to enrich the elite. Come to Earth and we will offer to sell you thousands of different flavors of our religions come get one now!. Sale next Tuesday where if you are bi-polar you can get two for the price of one, (double tithing not withstanding).

    Disclaimer: Humans will not be held responsible form dissatisfaction arising out of the realization that as space faring races you have evolved beyond petty religious concepts and into an understanding that the Creator of the Universe does not care how you prepare your sacrifices or that you sacrifice at all.

  2. Michael J. Marsalek says:

    What is the technical difference between white Hispanics and Hispanic Americans? Why do we use the term African Americans rather than black Africans?

    • Elaine says:

      I wish I knew the answer. Personally? Why do we have to use hyphens for anyone. WE are all “Americans”. The hyphen divides all of us into groups. Why would we want to do that?
      It is time to stop the “hyphenating of populations” of U.S. Citizens.

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