Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Poetic Justice: White Anti-Racist Activist JoAnne Jones Mugged In Washington D.C. By...You Guessed It, A Negro

In a story reminiscent of the experience of Kirsten Brydum in New Orleans, a white professor and anti-racist activist was savagely beaten by a Negro male on the streets of Washington, DC just days before the inauguration of Barack Obama. Reported by The Right Perspective; the Daily Hampshire Gazette, which is the original media source, is not accessible without a paid subscription. Otherwise, an absolute media blackout of this story (if a black lady had been attacked by a white "skinhead", it would be trumpeted on the evening news).

62-year old JoAnne Silver Jones, visiting from Amherst, MA, was mugged on January 16th while on her way to see her adopted daughter. Jones was beat on her head, arms and hands with a brick by her assailant during the attack. According to long-time friend Patricia Romney, “He beat her face so badly that she was unable to open her eyes, and one eye socket was torn by the blows”. Typical Negro savagery; this is commonplace wherever Negroes predominate. In South Africa, Negroes who stage home invasions aren't content merely to rob; they also beat, maim, mutilate, burn, and even kill people.

Jones is a typical effete egghead. She is an associate professor in the School of Human Services at Springfield College and director of the social work program. She has co-authored a paper titled, “Feminist Strategies for Teaching About Oppression” and was involved with “cross-cultural issues” including a 1999 incident at Amherst Regional High School where Puerto Rican students protested the school’s production of “West Side Story”.

Jones was admitted to George Washington University Hospital where she underwent surgery on her skull and eye. According to Patricia Romney, “She can walk a little but is nauseous and headachy,” she said. Jones will need additional surgery on both hands, which are still bandaged from her elbows to her fingertips.

Patricia Romney said she is struck by what she termed the “paradox of it all” - a white anti-racism activist, the first African-American president and a mugger identified as African-American. “This won’t shake any of her political activism,” Romney said of Jones. “She’s clear about what the issues are. This won’t sway her desire to keep fighting for social justice”. In other words, Jones didn't get the message, namely, that Negroes look upon whites like her as suckers and marks.

Jones’ spouse Deborah King will be nursing her back to health. Jones’ assailant remains at large.

The irony of this situation has been prominently highlighted in discussion on Stormfront, the Vanguard News Network Forum, the Political Cesspool, and Newsnet14. One Newsnet14 commenter succinctly captured the dichotomy of this incident by referring to it as "bittersweet". Spot on. While I don't like the idea of a white woman being trashed by a Negro, on the other hand, she was one of the lemmings who obviously bent over backwards for such people and made excuses for their behavior throughout her entire adult life. And I have to wonder just how many times Jones, in her capacity as a professor, dogged white students at her school over so-called "white racism", lectured them about "white privilege", and pumped them full of "white guilt".

Some are speculating as to whether or not Jones is a Jew. I have found no published corroboration of this, but it would be doubly ironic if it were so, since Jews were disproportionately involved in the black civil rights movement.

We already know that JoAnne Jones is an anti-racist, a feminist, and a lesbian. Let's see what other crosses she has to bear. According to RomneyAssociates, Dr. JoAnne Silver Jones has worked as an educator and consultant throughout North America and Europe for the past 30 years. She is recognized for her skill in facilitating cross-cultural dialogue, diversity education and organizational change. Her clients include public and private post secondary institutions, not-for profit organizations, and state and local organizations and corporations.

Dr. Jones received her Ed.D. from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She has served as full time faculty at The University of Calgary and Springfield College. She is also a fellow in the Center for Reflective Community Practice at M.I.T. She is the author of numerous articles and book chapters, primarily focused on the application of multicultural knowledge in various workplace and educational settings.

Typical academic with no understanding of the real world.

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