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School Principal Caught Wearing Nazi Jewelry At Confederate Monument


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A New Orleans school principal has been terminated after being captured putting on Nazi precious jewelry while protesting removal of a Confederate monument. Ana Kasparian, Kim Horcher as well as Brett Erlich, the hosts of The Young Turks, simplify. Do you think he should've been fired?

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" A former New Orleans college principal terminated after his presence at a Confederate rally increased problems regarding feasible white supremacist sights currently asserts he's the target of racist intolerance.

Nicholas Dean shed his work Might 25 at Crescent Leadership Academy after he was photographed putting on an Iron Cross ring, head ring, plastic safety helmet and also homemade guard while going to a protest of the elimination of Confederate memorials in the city, reported The Times-Picayune.

Dean refuted his fashion jewelry had Nazi organizations, yet he confessed in a right-wing podcast that others likely would consider him a white supremacist, and also his hand-painted shield displayed a variant on the "come as well as take it motto" popular with militia groups." *.

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  1. Posted by quaxk, at Reply

    Bullshit! The Iron Cross is not a Nazi symbol!

    • Posted by desepticon4, at Reply

      What about the totenkopf?

    • Posted by mud cat, at Reply

      I got one, your butthole is gaping so badly poop falls right out 🙂

  2. Posted by Jeremy Cheng, at Reply

    To the people who disliked, how would you like if your Son or Daughter had to see their principal, an authority figure wear this and be caught on TV? is this the example you want your kids to have of adults?

    • Posted by Justin M, at Reply

      Was it a violent protest though?

    • Posted by JOOGAL1111, at Reply

      Justin M–I’ll assume you turn up with a helmet and a homemade shield you are expecting to be involved in violence.. Cant imagine my old principal carrying on like that.. certain standards are required to hold that position..

    • Posted by Justin M, at Reply

      You didn’t answer my question though. Instead you just assume a protest was violent based on how he was dressed. Look at another picture from the protest and you see people wearing shorts and t-shirts. Then you assume what?
      It’s a helmet. Doesn’t look like battle armour to me, more so something a motorcyclist might wear. And the shield looks like it’s made out of cardboard or thin plywood. At best it all looks like a poorly constructed Halloween costume.

    • Posted by JOOGAL1111, at Reply

      No, that isn’t what I said Justin “-I’ll assume you turn up with a helmet and a homemade shield you are expecting to be involved in violence” I never said it was violent I said he was obviously expecting violence. This isn’t how a principal with a highly respected position should be carrying on. Sure go and protest if you like but again it just looks bad for a man in his position considering his school is largely black students. I agree with him in principal, statues shouldn’t be removed because it’s the thin end of the wedge, next it will be any statue of anyone deemed unfit to our modern eyes.. they get their way ten years from now they’ll be hauling down the washington monument, why not he had slaves too.

  3. Posted by Brick Tamland, at Reply

    love how these cucks put on their disguises and have to hide in plain sight. really shows how dominant the non-racist half of the country really is.

    • Posted by Edward Moran, at Reply

      Shut up Cuck.

    • Posted by Brick Tamland, at Reply

      we both know you’re the cuck ed

    • Posted by Edward Moran, at Reply

      Shut up Cuck

    • Posted by Brick Tamland, at Reply

      looks like someone is getting defensive

    • Posted by Edward Moran, at Reply

      You look like a giant Cuck

  4. Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

    Sounds like a guy I could have a beer with.

    • Posted by Aaron Henderson, at Reply

      Hal Jordon gave me a blowjob once…it sucked…

    • Posted by John Koster, at Reply

      +Hal Jordan You one stupid right wing nutjob!

    • Posted by The YoungTurks, at Reply

      He gave me one also and it bled out.

  5. Posted by alieninthecaribbean, at Reply

    If you and your kids are white, would you want a teacher or principal who makes it clear he or she shares and supports the ideology of outspoken racists against whites to teach your kids or administer over them? If you saw the principal on some radical Hotep site or Black Hebrew group that called all white people mutated, defective, sub-human, how comfortable would you be as a parent PAYING their salary and trusting them with your child’s education and well-being? If you feel even the slightest bit of reluctance then you clearly understand why the school fired the guy. It has nothing to do with denying him his freedom of speech or belief. He STILL has those rights. The school has not taken those away.

    • Posted by Aisosa Ihama, at Reply

      +alieninthecaribbean so is it their speech that’s radical or their actions? If it’s their speech then surely that’s counter to your argument because their words shouldn’t affect you like this? If it’s their actions I’d like to know what they’ve done that warrants an equivalency with Nazis. And from what I know of them it’s less about hating whites and more about relearning how to love everything we were targeted for and everything that was either concealed, doctored or straight up lied about being revised and retaught in the hope that better self esteem brings improvement to the collective condition.

    • Posted by Aisosa Ihama, at Reply

      I was gunna guess that you were in an interracial relationship but do you mind me asking how you rationalise criticising Israelites for wanting to be far from their origins but you’re willing to literally erase the African from your bloodline?

      I’m not doubting that their methods can be skewed but hatred begets hatred in my opinion, like Malcolm said it’s just chickens coming home to roost and that shouldn’t make you sad 🙂

  6. Posted by Young Archivest, at Reply

    More proof that people that support the Confederate flag are racists and that Southern pride/heritage is a bullshit argument.

    • Posted by Southern Kae, at Reply

      The 4th Reich u will

    • Posted by The 4th Reich, at Reply

      Southern Kae we have a army we will conquer the world

    • Posted by MattTheKingg, at Reply

      +The 4th Reich
      You have a bundle of nuts who make large claims about the differences between people of different skin colors without actually backing them with biology.
      I think we’ll be fine.

      I’m white, by the way. Just passing that information by so you know to listen to what I have to say.

  7. Posted by Leisure Muffin, at Reply

    Why do people think their whole heritage is defined by a 4 year period in history?

    • Posted by Frankish Empire, at Reply

      12 years…
      You know the saying, 12 years not a slave…

    • Posted by Leisure Muffin, at Reply

      The flag represents the Confederate states, which only existed for four years.

  8. Posted by raslalique, at Reply

    What is “tough” about this? He should be fired.

    • Posted by George Washington, at Reply

      Shanon Sugges so we cant prove that he wont discriminate…. by that logic everyone should be fired, whos to say that you as an employer might not discriminate…. noone should be allowed to hire anyone because someone “might” discriminate

    • Posted by George Washington, at Reply

      we are firing him for something that he “might” do? so can if im a cop can i arrest someone because they “might” rob a bank some day? what if they are poor and starving, can i assume that they might rob a store and arrest them before they do because they “might” do it?

    • Posted by George Washington, at Reply

      i dont troll but if i can answer a question in 1 word then i will, if someone asks for the time im not gonna tell them everytime that its not, i will give them the shortest most direct answer

    • Posted by George Washington, at Reply

      +A-Jay Franklin im also a terrible test taker…. it sucks but it’s how the world works

  9. Posted by IgnarHusky420 Cannabis Sessions, at Reply

    Nazi thugs don’t deserve to be in education or law enforcement. Keep them AWAY from our kids!

    • Posted by Gustav The Mad, at Reply

      +Gage Acosta Yet Communism has killed more people than Nazis.

    • Posted by Donald J. Trump, at Reply

      +Homomemus Race ≠ Political ideology, dumbass. You’re a bad (or sick) guy!

  10. Posted by Mark Broadhurst, at Reply

    I totally agree racial purity movements should be stopped.
    So where is *your* coverage on Evergreen university where the students are kicking out white faculty and students. held the faculty hostage for a while and were chanting “black power” in the corridor.

    • Posted by Ricky Parkes, at Reply

      how awful that white people have to be subject to what happened to african americans for hundreds of years for a couple of days. must be a tough break :/

    • Posted by Mark Broadhurst, at Reply

      +Ricky Parkes well I guess there is no point trying to fix things. when we can make bad for everyone, right?

      I guess that’s a really shitty form of equality.

    • Posted by icampos89, at Reply

      Evergreen University is a school for the peasants. Come back when it happens at Harvard. Money is more important than race in this country I thought we all knew this by now.

    • Posted by Mark Broadhurst, at Reply

      +icampos89 “peasants” don’t deserve to be treated equally?

    • Posted by icampos89, at Reply

      In our courts the person who can afford the better lawyer and pay out the media wins; O. J. Simpson taught us that. Equality is for the rich.

  11. Posted by Kirk Hahn, at Reply

    You can buy skull rings anywhere. He may be a neo Nazi but I don’t think skull rings are exclusive to Nazis.

    • Posted by Kirk Hahn, at Reply

      +Yvaelle​ You replied to my comment, you didn’t mention any other user, and the video I responded to referred multiple items of his attire. Maybe it isn’t your reading comprehension that is questionable then but rather your general intellect and understanding of how to reply to a person on YouTube..

    • Posted by Teethgrinder 83, at Reply

      I think it depends on what the ring looked like, there was a very specific type of skull insignia that the nazis used-also coupled with the iron cross,taken together the natural conclusion is its representative of nazism. As ‘No One’ seems to enjoy pointing out in this comment and previous ones, the iron cross isn’t specifically a Nazi symbol but like I said, those two rings taken together I think it’s safe to assume he’s representing nazism. Just like if he wore an iron cross ring and the ‘flashes’ insignia on a ring, or wore runes on his shoulders etc….

  12. Posted by nikada vise, at Reply

    hate speech is not free speech it is a crime

    • Posted by D- Logan, at Reply

      Hahahahahahahahahaha, nope hate speech is fine. You get to hate things. Go cry about it buttercup.

    • Posted by Michael Goldberg, at Reply

      nikada vise move to Europe. Here in America we don’t have hate speech laws

    • Posted by D- Logan, at Reply

      Free speech is bad because mean poopy heads say not nice things and it hurts my feewings!

    • Posted by Michael Goldberg, at Reply

      Read the constitution. Hate speech and all speech (as long as it is not a direct threat of violence) is protected under the first amendment

  13. Posted by Ian Hardin, at Reply

    It’s not anti-freedom of speech to hate Nazis. It’s totes ok to hate people who’s only goal is hate, itself. Unless all of you guys with your swastika tattoos really ARE just trying to bring about Socialist reform in Germany! You know that’s what Nazis are all about, right? Do you get together at your club houses to talk about how many industries should be in government hands? No? Then you’re hate-mongers. And that’s not protected speech. And it’s CERTAINLY not protected actions. Sorry you decided to suck. And yes, this one IS a choice.

    • Posted by TurdFurgeson571, at Reply

      Mandy can you cite the trial? I’d like to know the details. I’d like to bet that there was more to their actions than just say the N word or propagating the idea that whites are a superior race, that there was some call to action which can get one locked away.

    • Posted by wigger bloke, at Reply


    • Posted by Ju!, at Reply

      Free speech isn’t what you seem to think it means. You really should read the first amendment. Freedom of speech does not also mean freedom from consequences. It means the government cannot tell you what you can and cannot say except in the interest of public safety (i.e. cannot shout, “fire,” in a crowded theater when there isn’t one).

      Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances

  14. Posted by Carl Petersen, at Reply

    It should be noted that he worked for a charter, not a public school.

    • Posted by D Mc, at Reply

      Don’t charter schools get public money?

    • Posted by Carl Petersen, at Reply

      They are private schools that receive public money. There is limited public oversight of how those funds are spent and they are exempt from most rules, even the ones meant to protect students.

    • Posted by D Mc, at Reply

      I think if they’re getting public funds the public gets to have something to say about them.

    • Posted by Carl Petersen, at Reply

      Absolutely. My point is that these kind of incidents are more likely to happen in an unregulated environment.

  15. Posted by Addison Clarke, at Reply

    Just like those young adults who got their acceptance revoked from Harvard, having people with those beliefs in positions of power trickles down and affects black and brown people from childhood through adulthood. Systemic racism and discrimination.

    • Posted by Edgar Tapia, at Reply

      Addison Clarke You’re totally right.

  16. Posted by TC Sam, at Reply

    As an American with German ancestry, the idea that half wit fuckwad tried to claim wearing Nazi jewelry is an expression of ethnic pride is disgusting to me. Wearing of Nazi material is no more ethnic pride than wearing a KKK robe. The Nazi’s are not something to be proud of, they should be treated with contempt and remembered as some of the worst examples of what people can become when they let ignorance and hate define them.

    • Posted by studio 2020, at Reply

      Thanks. Exactly so.

    • Posted by Cee Bee, at Reply

      The Nazi’s are not something to be proud of; nor are the anglo whites who stole blacks from Africa. And yet *BOTH* groups / supporters of hate continue to harass, oppress, depress, bully and murder people that really don’t want nothing to do with those hateful groups.

      Those groups thrive on being mean & nasty to those that they want to hurt. What’s funny is when “the deer finally takes the gun away from the hunter & points it back at him/her”. Or what’s the term referred to as? The hunter becomes the hunted???

  17. Posted by john smith, at Reply

    Hang on. Sounds more like German army jewelery not Nazi. Unless it’s got a swastika on it, it’s not Nazi stuff.

    • Posted by Xaphnir, at Reply

      Thad Stevens The Iron Cross has been a symbol of the German military for hundreds of years, from the Kingdom of Prussia to the modern day.

      Luftwaffe Eurofighter Typhoon with an Iron Cross painted on the side:

    • Posted by Follow Camgirls, at Reply

      yeah looks like an Iron Cross ring without a swastika, so doesn’t have to be nazi or racist. Since 1960 metal bands for instance have used it. But it’s true that many racists will wear it because they think it’s a nazi emblem instead of a Prussian/German military decoration since before there was a Germany

    • Posted by Thad Stevens, at Reply

      Right, and the skull ring?

    • Posted by jerry, at Reply

      it’s not nazi stuff, tyt are trying to race bait again

  18. Posted by Ron Wilson, at Reply

    OK, I am not standing up for this guy, but an iron cross technically is not a NAZI emblem but rather a German one. But perhaps he didn’t know that and wore it as a NAZi emblem.

    • Posted by The Dynast Queen, at Reply

      I’ve done the same when I was a _teen_ as it was a gift by a friend who thought it looked cool, we’re both Black btw so we naturally got a talking to. In this case though the guy knew his attire would be taken as White Supremacy yet still wore them and painted his shield with a militia slogan even though he’s not a member. His intent may have allegedly been heritage but he willingly choose attire he knew doesn’t represent that out of 10,000s of year of European history.

    • Posted by seelcudoom1, at Reply

      if you want to get technical neither is the swastica, the iron cross is common among neonazis, combined with the white supremisism means he definately meant it as a nazi thing

  19. Posted by Charles Kidd, at Reply

    The Iron Cross isn’t even Nazi, it was a german symbol since the early days of Prussian militarism. He may be a bad dude/racist or such, but he didn’t display any neo naziism

    • Posted by bigraviolees, at Reply

      By and large the Iron cross is worn by Nazi types

    • Posted by seelcudoom1, at Reply

      well ya but neither is the swastika, the iron cross is very popular with neonazis and hes a whtie supremicist, if it dresses like a nazi, and acts like a nazi….