Foreword: More BLACK SPIRITED supporters of Nate “The Rapist” Parker jumped on the “Shit happens (White) bitch” band wagon saying this animated by Satan rapist is INNOCENT and they graduated from that Sodom and Gomorrah Pedophile infested cesspool of “higher education” PENN STATE where “Raping and Sodomizing” is a “spiritual and physical norm” on the part of staff, students, alumni and coaches and taught and demonstrated in their “sex education courses”.
WOW…they be ALL BLACK too! I am really surprised 🙂 AND AND AND…this group of PENN STATE ALUMNI RAPE SUPPORTERS OF THE RAPIST are a part of….ya ready…ya sure…which was NOT reported (click HERE) by not so bright Breitbart…shame shame.
And their business motto is “Transforming The Lives Of White Women By Rape”!
And I will give you ONE GUESS who the CHAIRMAN IS?
“Birth Of A Nation Of Rapists Of White Women” NATE PARKER!
“If I am to be remembered by anyone, I would hope, those people speak my name as an individual who possessed a riotous disposition toward injustice, offering life and career as one of service to the marginalized, subjugated and oppressed peoples of the world.” Nate “The Rapist” Parker
Here be his supporting of his rape cast from the HOOD…I call them very very BLACK (say EVIL) intellectual THUGS who are spiritually complicit in his RAPE of the “Shit happens (White Bitch)” he and his homie RAPED!
Daniel Favors…on the board of the RAPIST Foundation
Laurie Daniel Favors…also works for the RAPIST in his foundation.
Lakisha Wolfe…another supporter of Rapist NATE!
Causes LaKeisha cares about: (Except when it comes to White Women Raped by Her Black Men….especially her hero Nate “The Rapist Of A White Woman” Parker!)
- Civil Right
- Human Rights
Just in case anyone thought about asking the question as to why in ALL the stories about the woman raped by Nate Parker and why she was not identified including RACE…say because she was WHITE! Wouldn’t want anyone to think this black beast and his buddie did what they did because she was WHITE…RIGHT?
“The Birth Of A Nation Of Rapists”
Staring Nate Parker
It’s was feral Black Beast Nate Parker’s “thing” i.e. “Shit Happens…you White Bitch!” to rape this woman which is why she committed suicide! Nate Parker and his fellow rapist “murdered her spirit”!
Click HERE to hear the words of a Full Blooded Lakota Elder Emerson Elk speak of what they did to a rapist of a Lakota woman…and keep in mind…the Black Buffalo Soldiers after the order and example of Nate Parker and Danny Glover’s “posterity” have a sordid history of raping Native American women ! The 9th and 10th Coulered Calavary…all African descendants…wrote and sang a song celebrating the massacre of over 300 Lakota/Dakota innocent men, women, and children at Wounded Knee in 1890 calling the “REDSKINS” and “SAVAGES”! No problem calling a Jew owned football team of Blacks “REDSKINS” though when there is no reason to call them the “Washington Niggers”!)
Click HERE for syndicated article I wrote in 2012 about the Jewish history in the genocide and racism targeting Native Americans (just found it) which was deleted by Free Mason Indian Hater Scott Prentice from my page when he hacked it.
Why did Parker rape her? Because this was his animated by Satan spiritual DNA and IS the “norm” for Parker and his homie (and others Blacks like them) to rape White women because Black beasts like Parker LOVE to RAPE White Women! LINK ONE Rape of White women FBI statistics… LINK TWO
Here is a news LINK of daily rapes and murders of White women and other crimes against Whites by the “Nate Parker’s” such as “dismembering”, “burning to death” car jackings, home invasions, attacks on elderly such as raping and murdering a 100 year old White woman…burning to death a White Korean Veteran etc etc etc etc etc etc !
Nate Parkers Eternal Destiny i.e. “Birth Of A Nation Of Black Rapists of White Women” in HELL!
Even Parker’s hero “Black Panther Co-Founder Eldridge Cleaver promoted the rape of White women who Parker emulated to the “R” (for RAPE!)
1. “Rape was an insurrectionary act. It delighted me that I was defying and
trampling upon the white man’s law, upon his system of values, and that
I was defiling his women…I felt I was getting revenge. From the site of
the act of rape, consternation spread outwardly in concentric circles.
I wanted to send waves of consternation thoughout the white race.”
2. “I know that the black man’s sick attitude toward the white woman is
a revolutionary sickness: it keeps him perpetually out of harmony with the
system that is oppressing him. Many whites flatter themselves with the idea that the Negro male’s
lust and desire for the white dream girl is purely an esthetic attraction,
but nothing could be further from the truth. His motivation is often of such
a bloody, hateful, bitter, and malignant nature that whites would really
be hard pressed to find it flattering.”
American Black Leader
So much for the “Birth of A Nation” movie! Parker is the last one to represent anything or anyone “African”. And as far as “lynchings of Blacks” go…read this stat.
From 1882-1968, 4,743 lynchings occurred in the United States. Of these people that were lynched 3,446 were black. The blacks lynched accounted for 72.7% of the people lynched.
Click HERE to read the DOJ stats on the “Shit happens…” rape of White women by the “Birth of a Black Nation of Raping of White women of Nate Parkers”! Say over 34,000 A YEAR!
Lastly but very very important…Whites did NOT bring African slaves here. Jews did…documented. Africans sold Africans like they do today and in the name of ALLAH no less as DOCUMENTED by Nation of Islam LOL! And be sure that the Jewish role in the Slave trade and owners etc. will NOT be mentioned because it was they who contributed the most money to make this film staring a RAPIST possible!
READ THE TRUTH HIDDEN ABOUT “Nate Parkers Nation Of Black Rapists Like Nate Parker Of White Women”!
EXCLUSIVE: ‘S*** happens’: What Hollywood director told co-ed who accused him and his friend of raping her is revealed – and he changed his story THREE TIMES before he was acquitted
- Birth of a Nation director Nate Parker told his alleged rape victim it was a ‘f***ing cop-out’ when she said she was ‘so drunk’ after 1999 incident
- She recorded phone conversations with Parker in which she begs she begs Parker to tell her what happened and who else was involved
- The recordings come in court records of the trial Parker, 36, and his then college roommate, now co-writer, Jean Celestin, 36
- They were tried and cleared of raping another Penn State University student in Parker’s college apartment in 1999
- Parker changed his story over the course of the investigation and trial
- The men were acquitted, and the alleged victim committed suicide in 2012
The Hollywood director who has described being tried for rape as ‘one of the most painful moments’ in his life repeatedly changed his story and dismissed his accuser’s pleas for help dealing with her trauma her with the words, ‘s*** happens’.
The revelation comes in court records of the trial of Birth of a Nation actor, writer and director Nate Parker, 36, and his then college roommate, now co-writer, Jean Celestin, 36.
They were tried and cleared of raping another Penn State University student in Parker’s college apartment in 1999, where they had athletic scholarships as members of the college wrestling team.
Both men were acquitted, while the women committed suicide in 2012.
Now court documents, seen by DailyMail.com, include transcripts of several telephone conversations between Parker and his accuser.
Nate Parker and Jean Celestin (Parker pictured right, and Celestin, left, in younger years with their college wrestling coach) were accused of raping another Penn State University student in Parker’s college apartment in 1999
Parker (left, accepting the Breakthrough Director of the Year award during the CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards in April) and Celestin (right), who shares a writing credit with Parker, were tried and cleared of raping the 18-year-old
She recorded them in the months following the night in question.
In the emotional exchanges she begs for Parker to tell her what really happened that night, asks who else was involved and reveals that she is undergoing counseling for the alleged assault which she claimed left her with an STD and took place when she was ‘drunk beyond belief’.
The alleged victim, who had also earned a scholarship to Penn State, dropped out of university in the wake of the case.
She committed suicide in 2012, swallowing more than 100 sleeping pills. She was just 30 years old. On Tuesday Parker said he was ‘filled with profound sorrow’.
But her family remains far from convinced by Parker’s sincerity.
A family member told Daily Mail Online: ‘We appreciate that after all this time, these men are being held accountable for their actions.
‘However, we are dubious of the underlying motivations that bring this to present light after 17 years.’
Daily Mail Online is not naming the alleged victim in keeping with her family’s wish to maintain her anonymity to protect her young son.
It was Parker himself who chose to address the matter in a two-hour interview with Variety last week in an attempt to ‘get ahead of the story’ that threatened to cast a shadow over the forthcoming release of his movie and its Oscar campaign.
Both Parker and Celestin were accused of raping the 18-year-old on the night of August 21, 1999, while all three were students at Penn State. The men stood trial two years later at Bellefonte Courthouse, Pennsylvania.
Parker maintained that the intercourse was consensual but testimony contained in the court records of the trial shows that he altered his story three times.
Parker (pictured left, in the poster for the film, and right, with his Sundance Institute Vanguard Award on Thursday) spoke about a rape charge he faced 17 years ago last week. It has now emerged that the woman who accused him killed herself in 2012
Parker wrote a lengthy Facebook post maintaining his innocence, while expressing sorrow for her passing and acknowledging his shortcomings.
In the days following the alleged assault he told one friend that the girl was ‘extremely intoxicated’ when he and his friend, Celestin, had sex with her.
Later he told another that she was ‘drunk but not all that drunk’.
But by the time an official complaint was made an investigation started he had changed his tune entirely.
In his statement to Joe Puzycki, director of judicial affairs at Penn State University, Parker referred to the whole affair as ‘his ordeal’, that he and Celestin had ‘done nothing wrong’ and that ‘she was sober and fully aware of everything’.
Parker was suspended from the wrestling team and later transferred to University of Oklahoma.
The whole narrative is laid bare in days of testimony given in the 2001 trial and witness statements made nearer the time of the alleged assault.
There are some points on which all agree. The alleged victim met Parker through a mutual friend and had seen him the night before the night in question when he visited her in her dorm room and she had engaged in oral sex with him.
She subsequently claimed this was because she did not want to have intercourse with him and had only ever had intercourse with someone with whom she was in a relationship.
The following night, August 21, 1999, she was due to meet Parker and Celestin at the Silver Screen Grill in State College. They had made a date to meet at 10pm but Parker didn’t show until around midnight.
Believing she had been stood up the alleged victim sat in the bar, smoking heavily and according to a former member of staff, ‘looking sad’.
Parker (above in the film) is the writer, director, producer and star of The Birth of a Nation – a film that is considered a frontrunner for an Academy Award
A construction worker drinking at the bar bought her several Sex-on-the-Beach cocktails.
By the time Parker and Celestin arrived she may have had as many as eight, a total which the prosecution estimated equated to 13-and-a-half shots of liquor.
Parker had asked her to bring a friend for his roommate but the girl she had asked couldn’t come and so the alleged victim was alone and intoxicated in the company of the men she barely knew.
She agreed to join them in an apartment of a mutual acquaintance. While there she drank another shot or two of rum.
What happened next is where the stories diverge.
According to the alleged victim Parker told her she was too drunk to go home, would get in trouble on campus and should stay at his apartment.
She agreed, they went there, he pulled out a futon, gave her a T-shirt to wear and she ‘crawled into bed’.
She claimed to only have flashes of memory of what happened next.
She awoke, naked, to find Parker on top of her having sex with her and Celestin standing over her with his penis in her mouth.
She maintained throughout the investigation and case that she did now know who Celestin was at the time, or indeed if there were other men involved.
The rape allegations surfaced when Parker, Celestin, and their alleged victim were all students at Penn State University in State College, Pennsylvania
Parker (right) and Celestin attended Penn State on scholarships as part of the wrestling team
Today Parker (left) and Celestin (right) still are friends and worked together on Birth of a Nation
The official complaint states: ‘[Victim] stated that another male then got on top of her, and then Nathaniel got back on top of her again. ****** stated that she kept waking up and then passing out again during the assault….the following morning she woke up naked and Nathaniel Parker had sexual intercourse with her again while she laid on her stomach.
‘…she began to question Nathaniel Parker about what happened because she did not remember and Nathaniel stated that she was intoxicated and threw up. Nathaniel gave ****** ten dollars and called her a cab to take her home.’
Asked in court how it made her feel when Parker handed her the $10, the alleged victim said simply, ‘like s***.’
Following the alleged assault she went to the doctor complaining of symptoms including abdominal pain.
She was diagnosed with suspected Pelvic Inflammatory Disease and prescribed three different antibiotics.
In stark contrast, according to Parker and Celestin, what took place that night in their student accommodation was entirely consensual.
Both men claimed that the alleged victim, who several witnesses testified was sitting in Parker’s lap kissing him, earlier in the evening, was a willing participant.
In fact their aggressive defense included the suggestion that she had manufactured a rape story because she had a boyfriend at the time and felt guilty about what had actually taken place in Parker’s room that night.
Yet one solitary witness’s testimony appeared to support the alleged victim’s account, at least in part.
On the night of the incident, the alleged victim met Parker at Silver Screen Bar and Grill, which is now Mad Mex in State College
Parker and Celestin were accused of raping the 18-year-old on the night of August 21, 1999, at Parker’s then apartment (the building pictured above)
A look inside one of the dorm rooms at Parkway Plaza, where Parker allegedly raped the woman in 1999
Tamerlane Kangas was also present that night in Parker’s apartment. He recalled seeing Parker and the alleged victim having sex in Parker’s room.
He said: ‘She was laying on her back, her legs were up and Nate was on top of her…Then I went back into Jean’s room and I said to Jean that Nate and **** are having sex right now and so we both went and looked into the room and saw that they were having sex and then at that time Nate noticed us looking…and he motioned for us to come inside the room…with his hand.’
Asked what the alleged victim was doing while Parker encourage the others to join him Kangas said: ‘She was still laying there.’
Asked if she was moving he admitted: ‘I didn’t see her move.’
He could not see her face but recalled that she neither moved nor made a sound through any of this. Her arms were just ‘laying at her side’, not moving.
Asked if he remembered Parker’s facial expression when he turned and beckoned his friends into the room, his alleged victim lying naked, motionless and silent beneath him, Kangas said: ‘Yeah. There was a smirk on his face.’
Celestin entered the room. Kangas chose to leave.
Later, when she visited a doctor and told her that she had been sexually assaulted, the alleged victim tearfully described her abiding sense of powerlessness during fleeting moments of consciousness.
According to the doctor: ‘…her exact words were she felt paralyzed.’
In her own testimony the alleged victim claimed that Parker initially told her nobody else had been in the room that night as she struggled to piece together scant and nagging memories.
Ultimately he admitted that Celestin had been there and claimed that she had had consensual sex with them both.
Phone conversations between Parker and the alleged victim show the woman explaining to Parker that she has a ‘bad pelvic’ since the night they met up
Another phone conversation shows Parker and the alleged victim recalling what happened the night of the incident
He remained unapologetic for not telling her the truth from the outset and unsympathetic to her distress, evident in transcripts of several secretly recorded telephone exchanges taped by the alleged victim from October 13 onward.
In one call, the alleged victim tells Parker: ‘I am very upset about what happened that night and I’m still very upset about what happened that night.
‘I am seeking counseling for what happened that night, okay? If you, I told you this before, I was so….I don’t…I kinda figured something was put in my drink earlier at Silver Screen because my whole body was numb Nate. Alright?
‘And what happened I didn’t want to happen, honest to god, I did not want it to happen. And I black out most of the night and I kept waking up and seeing different things happen to me. Alright?’
In another Parker challenges his accuser: ‘Tell me how many times you said no or pushed me away..’
She replies: ‘I was so f***ing drunk Nate.’
‘Did you come to my house?’ he asks. ‘I was so drunk,’ she repeats. He responds, ‘Oh my God. That’s such a f***ing cop-out. That is so f***ing bulls***. Listen I’m not gonna let this conversation carry on anymore at all.’
Elsewhere he is recorded telling her: ‘I know I may not be one of your most favorite people right now, I understand that. You know what I mean? Because, I understand how it is. S*** happens, you know what I mean?’
Parker was charged with rape, sexual assault, indecent assault and involuntary deviate sexual intercourse following the incident
Parker was released on bond after being arrested in October 1999. his bail was initially set at $25,000
Parker was ordered to have ‘absolutely no contact’ with the alleged victim after he was charged
In another section he takes on an altogether more threatening tone telling her: ‘Look, that s*** whatever you want to do is what you want to do, but I’m telling you right now, I’m doing what I have to do. You know what I’m saying.
‘Because I’m not gonna go around and havin’ you talk this bulls*** about me….I’m not taking that s*** anymore. I don’t have to take that s***. I really don’t have to…after tomorrow I’m doing what I have to do to get you to leave me the f*** alone.’
Later, responding to what the alleged victim later admitted was a spurious claim that she might be pregnant, he tells her: ‘..whatever…you wanna call and say Nate, you know what I mean, shit happens, you know what I mean…When you call and talk to me like a human being, we can take care of it.
‘But until then I’m not gonna f*** take this, I’m not going to talk about it, I’m not going to take this harassment, I’m not going to leave my lines open for you to just call whenever you want and accuse me stupid shit [sic]. Now just cause you’re in a bind, I’m not gonna let that s*** happen. You know?’
Parker and Celestin were subsequently charged with rape, indecent assault , sexual assault and involuntary deviate sexual intercourse .
The 2001 trial saw Parker acquitted on what the alleged victim’s brother on Tuesday described as a ‘technicality’ while Celestin convicted and sentenced to six months in prison.
He appealed the verdict and a second trial in 2005 was thrown out because the alleged victim did not want to testify again. She sued the university and received a $17,500 out of court settlement.
If you need to speak to a counselor, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-(800) 273-8255 or visit the website.
NATE PARKER’S RESPONSE IN FULL
These are my words. Written from my heart and not filtered through a third party gaze. Please read these separate from any platform I may have, but from me as a fellow human being.
I write to you all devastated…
Over the last several days, a part of my past – my arrest, trial and acquittal on charges of sexual assault – has become a focal point for media coverage, social media speculation and industry conversation. I understand why so many are concerned and rightfully have questions. These issues of a women’s right to be safe and of men and women engaging in healthy relationships are extremely important to talk about, however difficult. And more personally, as a father, a husband, a brother and man of deep faith, I understand how much confusion and pain this incident has had on so many, most importantly the young woman who was involved.
I myself just learned that the young woman ended her own life several years ago and I am filled with profound sorrow…I can’t tell you how hard it is to hear this news. I can’t help but think of all the implications this has for her family.
I cannot- nor do I want to ignore the pain she endured during and following our trial. While I maintain my innocence that the encounter was unambiguously consensual, there are things more important than the law. There is morality; no one who calls himself a man of faith should even be in that situation. As a 36-year-old father of daughters and person of faith, I look back on that time as a teenager and can say without hesitation that I should have used more wisdom.
I look back on that time, my indignant attitude and my heartfelt mission to prove my innocence with eyes that are more wise with time. I see now that I may not have shown enough empathy even as I fought to clear my name. Empathy for the young woman and empathy for the seriousness of the situation I put myself and others in.
I cannot change what has happened. I cannot bring this young woman who was someone else’s daughter, someone’s sister and someone’s mother back to life…
I have changed so much since nineteen. I’ve grown and matured in so many ways and still have more learning and growth to do. I have tried to conduct myself in a way that honors my entire community – and will continue to do this to the best of my ability.
All of this said, I also know there are wounds that neither time nor words can heal.
I have never run from this period in my life and I never ever will. Please don’t take this as an attempt to solve this with a statement. I urge you only to take accept this letter as my response to the moment.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3745628/S-happens-director-darling-Hollywood-told-ed-accused-friend-raping-revealed-court-testimony-shows-changed-story-three-times-acquittal-family-say-drove-suicide.html#ixzz4HhVMIkgN
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