Video: A Quick Lesson: What Whites really do to Jews in Pogroms and Holocausts
Ive looked at lots of literature over the years where the Jews claim Whites are slaughtering them. They cite pogroms as a nasty feature of their past. And then some pogroms are then called holocausts. But what exactly really happens? Is there any evidence of what exactly transpires between Whites and Jews?
[It is not often that I agree with our retarded court system in this country, but on this issue I agree. I also believe in the death penalty. Pistorius was the darling of the world. A White man, a paraplegic who was wonderful in sport. He was making money, and even the worthless Mass Media was loving him. It was great stuff. Then … he blew his White girlfriend full of holes. It was as clear as when O.J. Simpson sliced up his ex-wife. Pistorius should have been hanged for what he did. There was no need whatsoever for him to do it. He's only done 10 years jail time, and as I've mentioned in this country, you can KILL SOMEONE and be back on the streets in 10 years. Thank goodness he was denied bail this time. Whites would have punished him firmly with DEATH – which is what you should get when you kill innocent Whites in our own society. If White men and White women have a problem, then PART COMPANY if you can't fix it. But men murdering women and women murdering men should never be tolerated. Jan]
It was found that Oscar Pistorius has not yet completed the minimum period of detention required by law
Paralympic ‘blade runner killer’ denied parole
Oscar Pistorius, the double amputee and former Paralympic athlete given the moniker ‘Blade Runner’ due to his carbon-fiber prostheses, has been denied parole by a court in his native South Africa ten years after he shot and killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp at his home in Pretoria
Pistorius shot Steenkamp four times through a bathroom door in February 2013 but claimed in his defense that he had mistaken the model and law graduate for a home intruder.
“We were advised at this point in time that [parole] has been denied and it will be considered again in one year’s time,” a legal representative of Steenkamp’s family told AFP on Friday. It was also confirmed that Pistorius has not yet served the minimum term which would make him eligible for parole.
The confusion over whether he was eligible for parole is apparently due to various appeals which had broken up his incarceration, as well as a period of house arrest.
Steenkamp’s parents, June and Barry, have maintained that they do not believe Pistorius’ version of events and don’t believe he is remorseful or rehabilitated. “While we welcome today’s decision, today is not a cause for celebration,” they said through their lawyer, Tania Koen.
The former athlete has consistently denied that he intended to cause harm to Steenkamp.
Pistorius was initially found guilty of a lesser charge of culpable homicide in 2014 but this was later upgraded to murder following protests by women’s rights groups, and an appeal by prosecutors. He was handed a 13-year sentence in 2017.
The South African made Olympic history at the London Olympics in 2012 when he became the first amputee ever to compete against able-bodied opponents in a track event. He reached the semi-finals of the 400m event in the English capital.
The initial televised trial drew widespread public attention in South Africa and abroad. Pistorius will likely have another parole hearing in August 2024 when he reaches the halfway point of his sentence, per South African law.
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