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HuffPo Removes Article on Banning White Men from Voting After Discovering Author Doesn’t Exist
by CHARLIE NASH | 17 Apr 2017 | 840
http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/04/17/huffpo-removes-article-on-banning-white-men-from-voting-after-discovering-author-doesnt-exist/

  "The Huffington Post removed an article arguing for banning white men
   from voting after they discovered that the author of the piece didn’t
   actually exist.

   
   In the original article, which was titled “Could It Be Time To Deny
   White Men The Franchise?” supposed MA Philosophy Student Shelley
   Garland argued for the removal of voting rights and the redistribution
   of wealth from white men, citing the election of President Trump,
   Brexit, and South Africa’s Democratic Alliance as reasons to act.
   
   “Some of the biggest blows to the progressive cause in the past year
   have often been due to the votes of white men,” wrote “Garland” in the
   article
. “If white men were not allowed to vote, it is unlikely that
   the United Kingdom would be leaving the European Union, it is unlikely
   that Donald Trump would now be the President of the United States, and
   it is unlikely that the Democratic Alliance would now be governing four
   of South Africa’s biggest cities.”
   
   “If white men no longer had the vote, the progressive cause would be
   strengthened,” she continued, adding, “At the same time, a denial of
   the franchise to white men, could see a redistribution of global assets
   to their rightful owners.”
   
   “This redistribution of the world’s wealth is long overdue, and it is
   not just South Africa where white males own a disproportionate amount
   of wealth,” Garland proclaimed.
   
   Following the publication of the article and a large amount of
   backlash, The Huffington Post’s South African Editor-In-Chief, Verashni
   Pillay, defended the writer in an article of her own.
   
   After complaining about the criticism The Huffington Post had received
   following the publication of the original article, Pillay claimed that
   “Garland’s underlying analysis about the uneven distribution of wealth
   and power in the world is pretty standard for feminist theory.”
   
   “It has been espoused in many different ways by feminist writers and
   theorists for decades now. In that sense, there was nothing in the
   article that should have shocked or surprised anybody,” she continued,
   adding, “Dismantling the patriarchal systems that have brought us to
   where we are today, a world where power is wielded to dangerous and
   destructive ends by men, and in particular white men, necessarily means
   a loss of power to those who hold it.”
   
   Despite Pillay’s defense of the article, it was removed the same day
   following the discovery that “Shelley Garland,” the alleged author of
   the original piece, didn’t actually exist.
   In a final article by Pillay titled “White Men And The Vote: Why We
   Took The Blog Down,” the HuffPo editor admitted that “Shelley Garland,
   who claimed to be an MA student at UCT, cannot be traced and appears
   not to exist.”
   
   “We have immediately bolstered and strengthened our blogging procedures
   that, until now, have operated on the basis of open communication and
   good faith,” declared Pillay. “From now on, bloggers will have to
   verify themselves. We will hold discussions on putting in place even
   better quality controls.”
   
   “In addition, we note the commentary on the content of the blog post
   and will submit it to the South African Press Ombudsman Joe Thloloe for
   his analysis of the opinion we carried,” she continued. “Huffington
   Post SA stands aligned to the Constitutional values of South Africa,
   particularly the Preamble of our Constitution which states that: ‘We
   the people of South Africa believe that South Africa belongs to all who
   live in it, united in our diversity.’ We further understand that
   universal enfranchisement followed a long struggle and we fully support
   this.”
   
   “In addition, Huffington Post South Africa is a signatory to and
   supporter of the South Africa Press Code. We support free expression as
   limited by the following value as set out in that code,” Pillay
   concluded. “We apologise for the oversight.”
   
   Charlie Nash is a reporter for Breitbart Tech. You can follow him on
   Twitter @MrNashington or like his page at Facebook.

   
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-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
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   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778

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This is why I'm a white nationalist.  Jews and others bring us no benefit and eventually want to exterminate us in order to steal what we built.  Just look at what happened into Santo Domingo, now called Haiti.  Look at Zimbabwe and South Africa.

The Jews have poisoned the minds of white liberals.

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Is it any wonder why Huffington Post got hoaxed by a hate whitey article?


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Man Who Embarrassed HuffPo with Hoax Article Loses Job After Outlet Tracks Him Down at Work
by ALLUM BOKHARI | 20 Apr 2017 | 1,503
http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/04/20/man-who-embarrassed-huffpo-with-hoax-article-loses-job-after-outlet-tracks-him-down-at-work/

  "A South African man who, posing as a feminist activist, convinced the
   Huffington Post to publish an article calling for white males to have
   their voting rights removed
has now lost his job after HuffPo editors
   tracked him down and confronted him at his workplace.

   
   Last week, HuffPo published a piece entitled “Could It Be Time To Deny
   White Men The Franchise?” written by supposed feminist activist
   “Shelley Garland.”
   
   “Some of the biggest blows to the progressive cause in the past year
   have often been due to the votes of white men,” wrote “Garland” in the
   article.
“If white men were not allowed to vote, it is unlikely that
   the United Kingdom would be leaving the European Union, it is unlikely
   that Donald Trump would now be the President of the United States, and
   it is unlikely that the Democratic Alliance would now be governing four
   of South Africa’s biggest cities.”
   
   “If white men no longer had the vote, the progressive cause would be
   strengthened,” she continued, adding, “At the same time, a denial of
   the franchise to white men, could see a redistribution of global assets
   to their rightful owners.”
   
   Garland has now been revealed to be the pseudonym of Marius Roodt, a
   think-tank employee from Johannesberg, who created the persona in order
   to expose HuffPo’s racism and “lack of fact-checking.”
   
   In the face of public outrage, the Huffington Post initially defended
   the piece. According to Verashni Pillay, editor-in-chief of HuffPo
   South Africa, “dismantling the patriarchal systems that have brought us
   to where we are today, a world where power is wielded to dangerous and
   destructive ends by men, and in particular white men, necessarily means
   a loss of power to those who hold it.”
   
   Only after learning that “Shelley Garland” did not exist, and that they
   had been trolled, did the Huffington Post retract the article and
   affirm that they “fully support” universal enfranchisement.
   
   In a later post, Verashni Pillay also apologized for initially
   defending the piece.”I did not make it clear enough in my initial
   response that I absolutely do not agree with the disenfranchisement of
   any group of people,” wrote Pillay. “I don’t hate white men.”
   
   Following the humiliation, the Huffington Post decided that their
   hoaxer needed to be punished rather than praised for exposing the clear
   weaknesses of their editorial process (which HuffPo themselves admitted
   to, and pledged to improve, in the post announcing the retraction of
   “Garland’s” article.)
   
   The man behind “Shelley Garland,” Marius Roodt, was identified after
   the Huffington Post digitally traced his email and used facial
   recognition technology on the picture of “Garland,” which was actually
   a picture of Roodt altered to look like a woman.
   
   Armed with video recording equipment, three HuffPo editors then arrived
   at Roodt’s workplace to confront him.
   
   Putting him on the spot in a video interview, the HuffPo editors then
   asked him a number of questions including, “Are you sorry for what you
   did?” HuffPo editor-at-large Ferial Haffajee also told Roodt that she
   thought his hoax had been an example of “his own anger coming out” and
   had been a “very angry thing to do.”
   
   The HuffPo editors also drew attention to some of the consequences
   caused by the publication of the piece. Despite the fact that the
   Huffington Post made the decision to publish the article, they called
   on Roodt to answer for them.
   
   “Did you think that this might – if this were published – might lead to
   racial discord, or might harden attitudes on both sides?” asked Pieter
   du Toit, deputy editor of HuffPo South Africa. “It’s led to a white
   Twitter outcry. It’s led to some terrible things being said about South
   Africans across the board, and terrible things being said personally
   about our colleagues [and] the title we work for.”
   
   And yet, it was Roodt, not anyone at the Huffington Post, who ended up
   losing his job. Roodt tendered his resignation with his employer, the
   Centre for Development and Enterprise, a prestigious South African
   think-tank.
   
   The resignation was accepted by Ann Bernstein, the CDE’s director.
   Roodt has yet to explain why he felt the need to resign, given that he
   appears to have done a service to South African journalism by exposing
   lax editorial standards and a troubling level of racism at a major
   online publication.
   
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``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
   Major General Israel Putnam,
   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778

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So here is the new HuffPo ploy to nuke and spin this :


Shelley Garland == Marius Roodt (37)
a searcher at the Centre for Development and Enterprise (CDE),
a prestigious think-tank in Parktown, Johannesburg,

and still put the blame on white males ... or is he an Asian ?


``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
   Major General Israel Putnam,
   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778

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and .. most important CHARLIE NASH has been pulled from this story
and replaced with  ALLUM BOKHARI . This is what happens when
the nitty gritty details of the dossier start to bite back at the Nation Wide
Editors at Large Society, which include members of BB and HuffPo.

``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
   Major General Israel Putnam,
   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778

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This story is hilarious  <lol>

Here is, Verashni Pillay, the South African editor for Huffington Post and formerly of the Guardian.



and .. most important CHARLIE NASH has been pulled from this story and replaced with  ALLUM BOKHARI .

Why did they change the writers?


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Why did they change the writers?
Because Charlie Nash might have figured out the entire plot, collects the
evidence, decides not to publish essential details, and at next round of
promotions or job openings moves in at  uffPo as a  high level Editor in Chief or
whatever. By inserting Allumni Bakteri essential knowlegde gets removed or `lost'.
Its what they call compartementilizaton, devide and conquer.

``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
   Major General Israel Putnam,
   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778

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in california a few years ago a black woman on a news story said it was thre jews causing and behind everything. she was a high school teacher of some years shee did not have a job the very next day fired