Black man told white victim to apologise to black people

A man has been charged with malicious harassment and second-degree assault after he pointed a gun at a man in Seattle’s Green Lake neighborhood and demanded that he apologize “for all the things white people did to black people,” according to prosecutors.

Chikwanha E. Nyashanu, 35, was ordered held on $100,000 bail Tuesday after King County District Court Judge Arthur R. Chapman called his actions “inexplicable” and deemed him a danger to the community.

“There appears to be no reason for this kind of behavior,” he said.

The victim was able to identify the man in custody as the “same person who had just pointed a handgun at him for 15-20 seconds and demanded he apologize for all the things white people did to black people.”

In court documents, the victim is described as a white male and the suspect was described by witnesses as a black male.

The victim told the officers he was “scared out of his mind” and “apologized profusely” to the suspect.

My North West

What blows my mind is this moronic judge scratching his head wondering why a black person would think whites needed to pay for past sins to black people. Maybe it’s something to do with all the anti-white grievance propaganda being pumped out in schools, universities, media, government and popular culture over the last 50 years? Here’s a few more “inexplicable” incidents where blacks attacked whites in revenge for historical racial grievances.

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3 Responses to Black man told white victim to apologise to black people

  1. Reblogged this on murderbymedia and commented:
    Nigroes are clinically retarded and think television and movies are real and will gladly do what a rap song tells them to do and not ask any questions.

  2. Tom says:

    @rollingwriter, you may be the most narrow minded idiot walking amongst us. Doesn’t matter what colour your skin is, there’s bad in every colour. Don’t be so quick to generalise. I mean at the end of the day, you’re the one with a racial joke on your T-shirt holding up a hunting knife, I’m sure that’s welcoming.

    Everyone is entitled to opinions but, skin colour doesn’t make you a criminal, it makes you a target to generalisations from uneducated people.

  3. Tina says:

    Im trying to find out the motive for this page. Is it trying to promote hatred between races??

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