Yet Another Faked Hate Crime – That’s at Least 25 Since the Start of 2015

Why is this news? Because the Left loves to use ‘Hate’ as a political weapon, a crowbar to press its agenda forward. And as the record shows, if they can’t find hate (which they often can’t), they have no qualms about faking it with “false flag” operations.

The term “false flag” comes from the world of naval warfare and piratical operations where parties would fly a flag belonging to another nation, perpetrate some act of provocation, and then blame the act on the nation or party whose flag they had flown. This would provide the provocateur an apparent moral pretext or justification needed to enter a conflict when a real one didn’t exist. The Germans famously used this to start hostilities in World War I, entering Belgian territory in their haste to attack France via that route, and the Nazis likely (never proven, but Goering boasted he had personally done it) burned the German Reichstag in 1933 to implicate the communists and invoke emergency powers in order to enable Hitler to consolidate his dictatorial power nationally.

The Left is no stranger to this strategy, and has been publicly caught out doing this on matters of race, religion, or sexuality at least 25 times over the last year and a half. From Breitbart’s Lucas Nolan, here’s an account of the latest faked hate crime.


SUNY Albany Race Crime Hoaxer Admits to Lies

A student at SUNY Albany who claimed to be a victim of a racial attack has admitted to fabricating the story — another in a long line of hate crime hoaxes.

Alexis Briggs and fellow students Ariel Aguido and Asha Burwell claimed that they were taunted with racial abuse and slurs while riding a bus in late January. In an ironic turn of events, video footage of the bus ride showed that no racial abuse had taken place. In fact, the women themselves were charged with misdemeanor assault and with false reporting of an incident. SUNY Albany has expelled Aguido and Burwell while Briggs has received a two year suspension.

Briggs gave a tearful apology to the court, admitting to fabricating the story in order to receive a plea deal that would allow her to avoid any jail time. The student will however have to complete 100 hours of community service.

Briggs also stated that she “never anticipated the tremendous attention that would be given to this story or the far-reaching effect it would have.” Aguido and Burwell rejected plea agreements and could face up to two sentences.

Lucas Nolan is a Journalism and Media student at Dublin Business School and a regular contributor to Breitbart Tech. He can be contacted via Twitter here: @LucasNolan_


Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s