Black Misandry: “44 YO Judge” LOSES JOB After Calling Black Men UNCLE T0MS & ABUSlNG Her Power As Judge

A black Alabama judge has been removed from the bench after reportedly referring to colleagues as ‘Uncle Tom,’ ‘fat b****’ and a ‘heifer,’ according to a complaint.

Jefferson County Judge Nakita Blocton, 44, was also ordered to pay the cost of the proceeding after a complaint was filed in May saying she made ‘inappropriate comments’ to two judges and two employees.

The judge, who is married and has one daughter, reportedly called one judge ‘Uncle Tom’ another a ‘fat b****,’ and an employee a ‘heifer.’ She also purportedly named-called another employee, but the specific term she used was not revealed in court documents. 

The former judge also reportedly stalked litigants during court cases and messaged witnesses to delete evidence. She allegedly created fake aliases on Facebook to contact litigants to influence their testimony. 

The court documents said Blocton had ‘a pattern of abuse’ toward staff and that she allegedly attempted to cover up her abuse by forcing employees to let her see their private cellphones and work logins so evidence could be deleted.

She calls a Black man a Uncle Tom but she’s married to a Caucasian?

You can’t make this shit up.

Boule: Episode 5 – Black Hegelian Deception

The question of Integration vs. Segregation is far more complex than it should be taken at face-value, within this question are several varying schools of thought. Hegelianism and Communism are obviously connected, but what role have they played in the Abolitionist, Civil Rights and Women’s Suffrage Movements? How did platforms of Booker T Washington, W.E.B. Dubois and Marcus Garvey, come to contradict the earlier platform of Frederick Douglass, and what differences in the men’s experiences lead them to their ideologies?

South Africa: Stop tracing and quarantining of contacts, says Ministerial Advisory Committee

  • MAC says the tracing and quarantining of contacts of Covid-19 cases is no longer necessary.
  • In a memo to Health Minister Joe Phaahla, it said the proportion of people with immunity to Covid-19 had risen substantially.
  • It added that quarantining of contacts was no longer viable in the current social and economic climate.

The Ministerial Advisory Committee (MAC) on Covid-19 has written to Health Minister Joe Phaahla, recommending that the quarantining of contacts be stopped as it is no longer viable in the current social and economic climate.

Furthermore, the committee said contact tracing was no longer necessary and should also be halted with immediate effect.

The MAC is co-chaired by Professors Koleka Mlisana and Marian Jacobs.

In a memo to Phaahla on Thursday examining contact tracing and quarantining, the committee said several changes to the Covid-19 situation had occurred since 2020, necessitating the re-evaluation of the management of the disease.

More people had developed an immunity to Covid-19, MAC said.

It said:The proportion of people with immunity to Covid-19 (from infection and/or vaccination) has risen substantially, exceeding 60-80% in several serosurveys [measuring of antibody levels against infectious diseases].

“We have learned more about the manner in which Covid-19 is spread, and also now have to contend with variants of concern whose epidemiology differs from that of the ancestral strains of SARS-CoV-2.

“Crucially, it appears that efforts to eliminate and/or contain the virus are not likely to be successful. Therefore, it is critical that the role of containment efforts like quarantine and contact tracing is re-evaluated.”

With only a small number of contacts identified from a proportionally small Covid-19 cases, quarantining was no longer effective for containing the spread of the disease, MAC said.

The committee said testing was highly skewed toward detecting symptomatic cases, while the vast majority of cases are asymptomatic and go undetected.

“In addition, among the small proportion of symptomatic cases, testing is far from universal, since patients may not seek testing when their symptoms are mild and when testing would be burdensome and expensive. Furthermore, the SARS-CoV-2 test sensitivity is suboptimal, sometimes leading to false negative results.

“The inability of the current testing strategy to identify the bulk of cases is illustrated by the high SARS-CoV-2 seropositivity rates seen across multiple provinces in serosurveys, implying that only a fraction of cases (perhaps one in 10, or even less) are ever diagnosed.”

It added:It stands to reason that if the vast majority of cases are not diagnosed, then the vast majority of case contacts are also not diagnosed. This means that quarantining and contact tracing are of negligible public health benefit in the South African setting.

According to the MAC, quarantining has a substantial economic and social burden and impacts significantly on the depleting staffing levels at healthcare facilities, and other front line workers, which could threaten the integrity of these institutions.

It also reduces economic and governmental activities due to high levels of employees who have to leave their work and quarantine for at least 10 days.

“On an individual level, the consequences of prolonged quarantining include loss of income, loss of employment, and loss of schooling time. We propose that quarantining be discontinued with immediate effect for contacts of cases of Covid-19. This applies equally to vaccinated and non-vaccinated contacts. No testing for Covid-19 is required irrespective of the exposure risk, unless the contact becomes symptomatic. We further propose that contact tracing be stopped,” it said.

Phaahla announced on Thursday that South Africa will remain on adjusted Level 1 lockdown restrictions during the festive season following the identification of a new Covid-19 variant named Omicron.