Latest noose claim: noose was not just left on a door, but put around the victim’s neck
This noose story
, from the AP, is a follow-up to the Madonna Constantine story below
. Before you read it, consider this: America has a black population who have a significantly lower average IQ
than whites, who have a significantly higher measure of psychopathic personality traits
than whites, who are significantly less successful
than whites, and who are constantly being rewarded
by society for claiming racial victimization at the hands of whites. Is it any wonder, then, that in modern America more and more fantastical racial victimization charges keep popping up like mushrooms after a spring rain? As an example, remember Michelle Obama’s wild-eyed claim
in her infamous Milwaukee speech that after her husband’s victory in the Iowa caucuses, the sinister “they” denied the importance of the victory and “raised the bar” on his candidacy once again, when, in the world of reality, as the whole world witnessed at the time, after Iowa her husband was being feted as a messiah and Hillary slayer. The more unearned favors blacks receive, the more entitled, angry, and delusional they become. Which means that after Obama becomes president, and America treats this as the greatest event in history and bows at the black messiah’s feet, black resentment at whites will not decline, but increase.
Below is the latest noose charge. Note that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission refuses to confirm that it even received the complaint for the supposed incident, which occurred last October (the same month that a noose was supposedly left on Madonna Constantine’s office door).
Fired black worker claims white boss put noose on him in SC
Posted by Lawrence Auster at February 21, 2008 01:13 PM | Send
By PAGE IVEY—Associated Press Writer
COLUMBIA, S.C.—A black former hotel worker who claims his white supervisor put a noose around his neck at an event on one of the country’s oldest plantations said Friday he was fired when he complained about it.
John Green, 62, said he was scared and embarrassed by his boss’s actions at the Charleston Place Hotel function at Boone Hall Plantation in October.
Green and his attorney, Ed Brown, said a complaint was filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s office in Savannah, Ga. However, Mason Barrett, director of that office, said Friday he would not confirm whether his office had received a complaint.
The hotel’s general manager said in a statement he had not seen a complaint from the commission and that Green was fired for violating company rules. Those rules were not specified.
Green, a former event supervisor at the hotel, said his boss laughed about the incident and “he thought it was funny.”
“He was actually showing another guy from another country how to make a hangman’s noose,” Green said. “He sneaked up from behind me and slipped the noose over my neck and began tightening the noose.”
Green said he was fired about a month later when he complained to hotel managers.
He said he recorded a meeting with hotel managers after he was fired, and when he told them about the recording, Green’s boss was fired.
Pippa Isbell, vice president of corporate communications for Orient-Express Hotels, which owns Charleston Place, confirmed that the supervisor was fired “as a direct result of the incident with the noose.”
Hotel general manager Paul Stracey said in a statement the company has a strong policy against discrimination.
“When any employee or former employee makes a complaint claiming unlawful discrimination, that complaint is thoroughly investigated and appropriate action is taken based upon the results of that investigation,” Stracey said.
Green said he hasn’t been able to find another job since being fired. He worked at the hotel about 10 years, he said. Before that, he owned a seafood market on Johns Island near Charleston.
Boone Hall Plantation offers guided tours of what life was like in the 1800s and is the site of wedding receptions and other events. It is about 10 miles from Charleston.