The anti-White blood libel continues unabated.
According to Wikipedia:
Dehumanization or an act thereof can describe as the denial of full humanness to others, and the cruelty and suffering that accompany it. A practical definition refers to it as the viewing and treatment of other persons as if they lack mental capacities that we enjoy as human beings. Here, every act or thought that treats a person as less than human is an act of dehumanization.
Dehumanization is one technique in incitement to genocide.
White people are almost never portrayed in the media any longer in any positive way unless it is for unconditional support of ZOG, the neoliberal order, and our replacement. When any conflict arises between Whites and some other person or group, regardless of the circumstances or facts, the ZOG media portrays the Whites as evil racists even when there is a complete lack of evidence to justify it.
From NBC News:
Black professor with N.Y. plates in Vermont told ‘to leave’ state; police investigating
“The victim, who is black, was advised that he was not wanted in Vermont,” police said, adding, “There were significant racial undertones to the interaction.”
By Ben Kesslen
A black man in Vermont with New York license plates said he was flagged down by two vehicles and then told by one of the drivers “to leave” the state, Vermont State Police said.
Police are investigating the “bias-related incident” that occurred on Friday in Hartford, a small town on the New Hampshire border just 10 minutes from Dartmouth College, the agency said in a press release on Wednesday.
Authorities said the man, a professor who owns property in the state and who was not identified by name, was driving with his 11-year-old son at around 10 a.m. on Friday “when two unknown vehicles, possibly pickup trucks, approached him and flagged him down.”
Thinking someone needed assistance, the man stopped and spoke with one of the drivers, a white male.
“The victim, who is black, was advised that he was not wanted in Vermont and told to leave,” police said in the statement, adding, “There were significant racial undertones to the interaction.”
Police said the victim was able to “verbally de-escalate the situation and drive home” without the interaction turning physical. He was “in fear for the physical safety of him and his son,” authorities wrote, saying they have been in contact with the victim and his family, but do not have descriptions of the vehicles or the people who the man said pulled him over.
“People in Vermont should not have to worry about crimes motivated by hate at any time, let alone when our communities should be pulling together to face an unprecedented situation that affects all of us,” Col. Matthew T. Birmingham, director of the Vermont State Police, said in a statement.
The state’s governor, Phil Scott, said he spoke to the victim personally, according to NBC affiliate WPTZ in Burlington.
“I want to be very clear: I have no tolerance for this kind of thing. It’s unacceptable. It does not represent my views or who I believe we are as a state,” the governor said at a news conference Wednesday.
The governor said despite coronavirus travel orders in place, out-of-state residents who own property in Vermont are still welcome, according to WPTZ.
New Yorkers have been spreading COVID-19 all over the U.S., and most people are well-aware of this fact.