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The Pussy Pass in Action

Blog reader Cani recently posted a link to an absolutely disgusting story: Acid attack: Mark van Dongen’s ex-partner cleared of murder. In short, a black woman threw acid on a former lover:

Mr van Dongen had returned to her flat in Ladysmith Road, Westbury Park, on the night of 22 September 2015 to reiterate that their turbulent relationship was over but decided to stay the night. The trial heard Wallace threw a glass of acid over him as he lay in his boxer shorts on their bed, and shouted: “If I can’t have you no-one will.” Screaming in agony, he staggered out on to the street where he was found by alarmed neighbours who dialled 999.

It’s certainly a risky move to keep in touch with a woman after breaking up with her, particularly if it’s a black woman. There is a reason why the proverb, “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned” exists. I have not had much contact with black women, but my impression certainly is that they can be incredibly impulsive. In my undergraduate days, for instance, the lone black woman in my course got into a heated argument with some other chick, and at one point she grabbed a chair and threw it into the direction of that poor white girl, who was wise enough to step out of the way. Nothing happened to that black woman, presumably due to “muh diversity.”

Normally, when you read about acid attacks, it’s about peace-loving Muslims who throw acid on either infidels or women who have “attacked their honor”, whatever that means. Not much seems to be happening to those either. I guess it’s all just part of cultural enrichment. In the case of the man in the story linked to above, his pain must have been insufferable, seeing that he was “paralysed from the neck down and had lost a leg, ear and eye.”

His attacker was not found guilty for murder and the justification was that the jury wasn’t convinced that she wanted to kill that guy. It’s baffling indeed. The BBC concludes the article with a cuck making the following statement:

If the jury had found Berlinah Wallace had thrown the acid intending to kill or seriously harm Mark Van Dongen, and that her act was a significant cause of his death, it would have been open to them to find her guilty of murder. Clearly they did not find this to be the case.

Sure, if the sky is blue and the jury thinks that it is red instead, it must be red. This is truly sickening.


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