Feminism and the Brian Nichols Case: Aiding and Abetting by Nicholas Stix

Without the marriage of political convenience of feminism and anti-white racism, Brian Nichols would never have been in Fulton County Superior Court on March 11, and four people would still be alive today.

It is due to feminism that a female, Deputy Cynthia Hall, was given the responsibility for guarding a male suspect charged with violent crimes, and who had already been caught with weapons on his person.

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  1. SellCivilizationShort Says:

    I’m somewhat surprised that a woman with weapons (including nonlethal irritants such as pepper spray), restraints (such as handcuffs), preparation time and training was not able to restrain a man who must have been operating at a considerable disadvantage.

    My guess would be that systematic, orderly behavior — including timely calls for backup — should allow weak-muscled women to restrain relatively strong men.

    Of course this crime is evidence that my guesswork is under-informed.

  2. SellCivilizationShort Says:

    I’m somewhat surprised that a woman with weapons (including nonlethal irritants such as pepper spray), restraints (such as handcuffs), preparation time and training was not able to restrain a man who must have been operating at a considerable disadvantage.

    My guess would be that systematic, orderly behavior — including timely calls for backup — should allow weak-muscled women to restrain relatively strong men.

    Of course this crime is evidence that my guesswork is under-informed.

  3. SellCivilizationShort Says:

    I’m somewhat surprised that a woman with weapons (including nonlethal irritants such as pepper spray), restraints (such as handcuffs), preparation time and training was not able to restrain a man who must have been operating at a considerable disadvantage.

    My guess would be that systematic, orderly behavior — including timely calls for backup — should allow weak-muscled women to restrain relatively strong men.

    Of course this crime is evidence that my guesswork is under-informed.

  4. Carl Says:

    Thanks to his hilarious defence, I’m reminded of when Michael Stone tried to bomb the NI Assembly two years ago.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/7629417.stm

    Watch the video, how fucking useless is that security woman? Even when the BBC were praising the security guardS (very plural) you could see that they knew something was wrong with what they were saying.

  5. Carl Says:

    Thanks to his hilarious defence, I’m reminded of when Michael Stone tried to bomb the NI Assembly two years ago.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/7629417.stm

    Watch the video, how fucking useless is that security woman? Even when the BBC were praising the security guardS (very plural) you could see that they knew something was wrong with what they were saying.

  6. Carl Says:

    Thanks to his hilarious defence, I’m reminded of when Michael Stone tried to bomb the NI Assembly two years ago.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/7629417.stm

    Watch the video, how fucking useless is that security woman? Even when the BBC were praising the security guardS (very plural) you could see that they knew something was wrong with what they were saying.

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