The week began with the White occupation of Selma for the 50 year anniversary of Bloody Sunday. The rhetoric of progress and improvement rained down like “nigger-knockers” cracking Congressman John Lewis’ skull in 1965. Before the party favors and confetti from the Edmund Pettus bridge could be removed, the internet was littered with footage of the University of Oklahoma’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon cheering about lynching niggers. Two of the White carolers were expelled, and the fraternity has been banned from the Norman campus; the White perpetrators initially apologized, but have since initiated a lawsuit challenging their banishment. Speaking of White upstarts, two of the participants at the Selma spectacle – Senators Rob Portman and Jeff Sessions – were among the 47 signatories who penned a letter to Iran declaring that any negotiations with the nigger in the White house can be promptly dissolved when Whites officially repossess the Oval Office. And Ferguson reclaimed national attention with the resignations of Chief Tom Jackson and Judge Ronald J. Brockmeyer. The day of Jackson’s exit, two officers were shot in front of the Ferguson Police Department. Their injuries were not fatal, no suspects have been arrested, and President Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, Rev. Al Sharpton and rap music have been blamed.
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