Savannah must be a redneck? And who the hell names their child after a region in Africa? Seriously? Might as well call her brother Jungle and her sister Desert and her mom must surely be Serengeti. Man, Americans make me laugh!
@Stephen Botha: Judging from the subject material of her tat, I’m guessing her parents named her for the city in Georgia more so than the African plains.
And one more thing about the damn Nazi tat freak… I may be proud to be white, as much as I’m proud to be female, and proud to be employed, etc. Being proud to be something doesn’t mean hating people who are not.
Sorry to be hung up on that one, but being from the South, as I am, I see *far* too much of this stuff to find it faintly amusing when I see even more. I want to beat the crap out of her for being so damn stupid. I would say that I hope that tattoo makes her unable to get a decent job anywhere, ever, but that’s probably her goal in life, anways: a lifetime on welfare, with her 12 pasty kids, raising them to “love God and hate anyone who don’t look like you, Junior.”
Suckme, the brownies are on sale, so they are having a special, and since its on brownies, that makes it “SPECIAL brownies” which also happens to be a variety of brownies that a lot of people would gladly indulge in, but not for it’s chocolatey goodness.
@Stephen: Yeah, I’ve met a few people from South Africa, and most of them are okay, but I played rugby with one girl who spewed such racist BS that was so extreme it bordered on farce. Admittedly, what I know is mostly from news reports and whatnot, but you do have it bad over there. Sorry
And I agree with Kablaam… what little amusement I got from this post was immediately overshadowed by Nazi-freak.
There is nothing wrong with being proud of being white, just as there is nothing wrong with being proud of being black. However- Nazi symbolism is unacceptable and has nothing to do with being proud of her race. That is something completely different.
Woah woah woah, why are we all assuming she’s American? They don’t have crazy neo-Nazis who Jack off to movies of hitler elsewhere? No?
Then fuck her, making the rest of us look bad. I mean, I’m white and proud of it too. But I’m not racist, hell my best friend is from El Salvador. And my sister married a Jew (who we still poke fun at but nothing further than poking him with stereotypes.) so savannah: how dare you take my girlfriends name and use it to make yourself an obvious Baguette [girl douchebag, gettit?] so kindly fuck yourself with a rifle.
I didn’t mean people should be proud of themselves just because of their race/ethnicity/whatever, just that my race is a part of who I am, in whatever way, and I am proud of myself, because I am awesome. It’s just one small part of the whole.
But Nazi-era Germany, what pretty much our *entire* world’s population can consider one of the darker periods in the history of the human race… being memorialized in a tattoo… is not pride in anything. It’s tasteless, shameless, and disgusting.
Here’s hoping Lamebook makes up big time for this downer with their next post. C’mon, Lamebook! C’mon…
Maybe in the fall, slums. I’ve made the mistake of setting foot on the Georgia coast in summer before, and it’s not a mistake I’ll be repeating. The air gets so thick with heat and humidity that you have to chew it before you breathe it in.
fuckmustard – - there are still many racists in the south, but as far as people sporting neo-Nazi views and neo-Nazi tattoos? No, that’s not prevalent. In fact, I can say I’ve never seen a Nazi tattoo in person, and I’m pretty thankful for it. And I’d like to think that racism in general is on the retreat.
So, I know she doesn’t want people to give her shot about the tattoo, but what about for not being able to count higher than 3? After 3 is 4, Savannah. You’re proud of your skin color because you don’t have anything else to be proud of, I guess?
Also, 97% of the population is a dumb madeup statistic… First off, if she IS American whites are becoming the minority. 2. I’m sure that even if she meant 97% of the white population, more than three percent are proud to be white. 3. hitler wouldn’t like her anyway, he gassed the retards. And 3. She’s a fucking idiot.
@Bulldog: I have seen people with swastika tattoos ON THEIR FACE hanging around Arkansas. Luckily, though, that is few and far between.
So, yes, Neo-Nazis, though existent, are not prevalent. Racism, however, is alive and well in parts of the South even today. Though, most of them have decided they hate homos worse, and are able to let things like skin color slide (as in, not publicly verbally/physically harassing) as long as “yer not kwer”.
I entirely agree and word too if she can find some time and hop the pond. The beach was aaaamazing! Not too hot, got a slammin’ tan, and had a cooler full of beer. Then went to the Airshow on Saturday… best weekend I’ve had for a while. How have things been with you?
@Dinosauring: I noticed that, too. Who *is* that mysterious 97%? Does she mean white Americans? Or what percentage of the world is white? Is she counting white-skinned people of Latin decent? Or only white Europeans? Or only white *western* Europeans? Or what percentage of white western Europeans are proud to be white? Or what? We need context, Savannah.
Well, my weekend wasn’t quite as good as yours, but we managed to have a good time. Hit some bars, did a little karaoke which was brutal for the people listening, but fun for us. I’m glad you got to hit the beach, I would have been there in a heartbeat.
Savannah doesn’t understand that it’s not a symbol of white pride, it’s mostly a symbol of lunacy and mass hysteria. Granted, when people see that they are not gonna think “OH MY GOD A NAZI” they will think, “what a douche” or I’m gonna “f****ing slap that bitch” without any drama or controversial arguments. Maybe her family and friends will give her drama, even people on her facebook. People in real life will respond either aggressively or just ignore her. Nobody will try to understand her point of view.
Savannah just needs to shoot herself in the medulla oblongata. It’ll save everyone a headache because it seems that she’s never read anything about history in her life. No child left behind at its finest.
maybe “I am not here” is actually savannah and her repeated attempts to declare the number of her posts is her trying to atone for her lack of counting skills (and again failing)… just a theory i am working on…
oh, and i know we have a reputation of our own to deal with, but seeing dirtbags like savannah only reminds me how thankful i am to be a new englander.
but yeah neo-nazism really isn’t common. honestly, most of the racism i have seen around here is through actions, not people expressing their views on tats, etc. i might be wrong, but i sometimes think that there’s just as much racism in the south as there is elsewhere in the USA…it’s just a stereotype for the racism to be concentrated in the south. i mean, even rednecks aren’t just a southern thing…they’re all over the country…
Savannah must be a redneck? And who the hell names their child after a region in Africa? Seriously? Might as well call her brother Jungle and her sister Desert and her mom must surely be Serengeti. Man, Americans make me laugh!”
I see nowhere that says that woman is American. not every racist is an American. nice try, though.
Ok, why is it anytime something racist is posted, everyone assumes it’s from the Southeast U.S.? Cmon, it’s really not that bad anymore. Besides, if you’re gonna accuse us of being racist, at least get it right. The South is KKK country, was never much on being skinheads, that’s more of a Pacific NW sort of thing.
BTW, did you know that the NAZIs didn’t believe they were the master race? They were trying to recreate the master race described in Madame Blavatsky’s “The Secret Doctrine”
She basically took a bunch of religions and rubbed them together until it made no sense.
I don’t get why people use the swastika as their symbol for racial pride, because if they’re not German, it stops meaning ‘we’re the master race’ (yes, I know the German’s didn’t invent the symbol, but do you really think these racist fucknuts are ripping it off anyone else?) and starts to simply mean ‘hey, I’m a racist moron who thinks my race is superior to all other races for FUCK-ALL REASON.’
Well.. I hope Savannah isn’t planning on going to Germany and wearing that shirt anytime soon because if I remember correctly the swastika is illegal in Germany now.. I could be wrong.
as for her caption… I find people who are racist stupid and ignorant. that’s MY opinion and no one can change it. go back to school, re-learn to count, and re-learn the history of Nazim AND the swastika.
Having lived in the Southern US and being married to a minority, vs. living in the Northwest (specifically Idaho) and being married to a minority, I can assure all of you that the South gets a bad rap. YEAH there’s racism, there’s racism everywhere. But it’s MUCH worse living somewhere that’s 99% white. There’s racial tension in the South more than in the North, but that’s because there’s more RACE. People in Idaho (and I am presuming, anywhere else where there is a vast majority of white people), are FAR more racist than those down South.
I actually live in the Southwest now. As a white person, I’m in the minority here (I go DAYS without seeing another white person). Racism hasn’t been an issue for me as a minority.
Okay, from reading the comments I get that you are all very politically correct and everything, and that’s fine. I am not a racist myself and do not want to support those kind of beliefs. HOWEVER, practically all of the people disagreeing with Savannah here have written that they want to kill her (by putting her in gas chambers or shooting her or whatever) and that makes me wonder; do you all think it is wrong to kill people of different color, but okay to kill people of different opinion than yours?
At any rate, I highly doubt anybody who commented like that was doing anything except using irony to illustrate a point. Those that wear symbols of oppression and genocide are more deserving of genocide that people that commit the “crime” of being a minority (racial or religious). Writing an off-the-cuff comment on a website does not mean they would actually pick up a gun and shoot her (though if I’m wrong, feel free to correct me).
However, putting a symbol of mass genocide and calling it “pride” in your heritage when it in fact has NOTHING to do with European history is a definite sign that one would have no issues with putting another race or religion in a gas chamber.
Cause if it’s really a matter of pride in her heritage, I can think of a lot of other symbols: a cross, celtic art, etc.
“However, putting a symbol of mass genocide and calling it “pride” in your heritage when it in fact has NOTHING to do with European history is a definite sign that one would have no issues with putting another race or religion in a gas chamber.”
I meant European history as in the cultural and historical roots of Europe, i.e. religious history, art, etc. Obviously it has SOMETHING to do with European history. I didn’t clarify the context.
I never wished for her death, but I do believe there is a big difference between an opinion based on logic, and an opinion based on hate.
And hollymar, I didn’t mean to implicate the South as some sort of racist wasteland; the majority, in fact, are very open-minded about things, and accepting of people regardless of race or background. That being said, there are still a vocal few who still proudly declare themselves the better race, and this goes both ways. Blacks, Whites, Hispanics, even Asians who think that anyone who looks different from them. Racism is racism is racism, and despite the fact that it’s not as obvious, it still happens.
I don’t have anything to compare it to, however (North, West, East) because I was born and raised in Arkansas. I’m proud to be an Arkansan, but I do see the negative side to my home region as well. Now I’m bummed that it’s worse elsewhere. You just wrecked my dream of utopia!
The simple answer:
No. No one here thinks it is alright to kill someone merely for having a different opinion.
The still simple but slightly more informative answer:
This is not a matter of us and our opinions versus Savannah and her opinions. This is a matter of us against something that seeks to tear apart the human race, and that is historically, morally, and philosophically wrong. The racist actions of Nazi Germany are condemnable by any moral law (don’t even think about throwing out moral relativism here, because I’ll just laugh at you for being a moron and tell you to go read a basic philosophy text). Nazi Germany’s racism was (and is) a threat to humanity as a whole. Thus, wanting to kill those who support those actions and attempt to carry on the racism through ANY means is not hypocritical, and is both natural and justifiable.
I’m not saying it’s alright to go out and kill neo-Nazis; it’s illegal, and actually carrying out the killings is (probably) not justifiable. But wanting to kill such a person? Nothing wrong with that.
“And once we’re in enemy territory, as a bushwhackin’ guerrilla army, we’re gonna be doin’ one thing and one thing only… killin’ Nazis…”
nazi symbol anit that bad realy is it? just means you dont like people takin ova an that i dont think peple shud be killd an that but if ya in a cuntry that not ya own ya gotta egspect peple ta be a bit nasty like when i went to spain a dude spitted on me an i was like ya a dick dude but its ur cuntry so its up to u if u wanna be a dick about me givin ya money init?
nazi symbol anit that bad realy is it? just means you dont like people takin ova an that i dont think peple shud be killd an that but if ya in a country that not ya own ya gotta egspect peple ta be a bit nasty like when i went to spain a dude spitted on me an i was like ya a dick dude but its ur country so its up to u if u wanna be a dick about me givin ya money init?
Man racism hurts me. Stephan, I’m also from South Africa (I’m sure you figured that out kinda like I figured out you were South African. lol) I travel a lot and haven’t experienced it anywhere else except my own country, sad
I don’t think I’ll go back… not now, but I miss it though.
As for the debate, she has the right to hate as much as anyone else has the right to think she’s a blubbering idiot. No one has to like it, but that is just the way it is.
It isn’t a symbol of her heritage, because she outright said she’s racist. Therefore, it is a symbol of her racism.
I’m still lost on how she thinks white pride goes along with her hateful beliefs. I have pride in my white ass, but hate is not my style.
Just remember: To hate her for how she is makes you no better than her.
Yoink, it’s hard to even tell what you’re saying when you type like that, but from what I’ve deciphered, you’re an idiot.
It baffles me that people like Savannah still exist. Once some neo-Nazis (swastika t-shirts, etc) came into the store my dad was manager of at the time. He threw them out. Apart from just being generally disgusted, my mom and I are Jewish. This was in Maryland, by the way.
I think the last pic is supposed to be funny not because of the shock value of the tatoo, but because Savannah obviously believes herself to be part of the so-called “master race”, and yet she can’t count past 3.
I think “White people in large groups suck. Period.” should actually be expanded to “People in large groups suck. Period.” You can still have an angry mob, regardless of the racial makeup of the participants.
Gah neonazis, I have one for a neighbor. Luckily he is busier being drunk off his ass than spreading the hate. Online neonazis are a weird bunch, it’s like they have a need to feel persecuted. “I can’t use a symbol of hate and inhumanity without everyone being mean to me but I don’t care anyway bawwah”, seriously…
Hmph. I, for one, grew up in Georgia as a MUSLIM and being half-white (with a very southern family on my father’s side.) No one has ever done anything racist to me in my life, nor at my religion (maybe because I don’t look stereotypically Muslim…)
Your very ignorant aren’t you?
I was homeschooled and I turned out just fine, turd.
Sorry if my family didn’t want me to go to the public schools in my city where the drop-out rate is 50% and i’ll get beat up just because of my race.
FYI, not everyone who homeschool’s are racist hicks. Your no better than the girl in the picture if you stereotype people like that!
Anyway, about the last picture: What a stupid and narrowminded person.
1: Hahahahha. Poor kid. His parents are so encouraging of him reaching his goals.
2: Special Brownies. Whatever, not funny.
3: STOOL BUS!
Come on. It’s the funniest thing ON this post.
4: What a bitch. I hope something absolutely awful happens to her because of that.
I want to meet Savannah, just so I can compliment her on her multicultural tattoo that blends the Dharma symbol of Buddhism with a heraldic image from the seal of Hellenistic Egypt.
Of course, that assumes that Savannah, who obviously has trouble counting past 3, understands the words “heraldic,” “Hellenistic,” “multicultural,” and perhaps even “the.”
@hollymar – Very well-said. I live in Alabama, and while I hate it for the most part, I do enjoy the racial diversity. Yes, there are racial tensions in the Southeastern U.S., just like anywhere else, but I have seen more racism in other parts of the country than I see in my heart-of-Dixie home state.
Please look up the distinction between “you’re” and “your.” You used it incorrectly twice in that post. Also, “I” is always capitalized, even when part of the contraction “I’ll” and in the middle of a sentence. “Homeschool’s” is read as “homeschool is,” making the sentence you wrote read as “not everyone who homeschool is are racist hicks…”
Last but not least, stereotyping people based on their social upbringing or their horrid grammar is one thing(Savannah made similar mistakes to you in her post, if you didn’t notice, but then again, you’ve demonstrated that you’re too ignorant and defensive to see that alternative). WANTING TO FUCKING SLAUGHTER ENTIRE RACES OF PEOPLE UNTIL ONLY PEOPLE FROM YOUR “MASTER RACE” ARE LEFT ON THE PLANET is an entirely different animal.
But it seems clear that you never learned the distinction between the two.
I couldn’t make sense of that post earlier, but now I get it.
There are lots of diseases of the mind – depression, schizophrenia, and so on – and not all of them “kill ya.” It’s a disease of the mind because it involves taking a natural instinct (protection of the species through protection of one’s own small group) and twisting it into something dangerous (protection of one’s own nation, and survival of it at all costs, even if those costs involve destruction of the species in all other nations).
iyaa – I converted to Islam when I lived in GA. Nobody gave me any grief whatsoever, and I DID wear hijab. I got a LOT of flak in Idaho. So yeah.
Master Prop – no offense taken. I have seen racism in GA, I was simply saying it was worse in the Northwest and therefore people shouldn’t give people in the South a hard time. So agreed.
@Comments: this is true. How about we amend it to “large groups of people who are not at all diverse suck”? There can’t be a mob without groupthink, and that usually comes from the “us v. them” attitude. I think if there were actually more minorities where I lived before, racism may not have been a problem. But when you have a large community of all white, all black, all WHATEVER and then you introduce a variable, people freak and are either hostile or so nice it’s patronising, insulting, and proves that they don’t REALLY look at you as a human being, or worse, they pity you.
yoink is one of two things, not serious or deaf. I have a hard time believing that he can read what everyone says and continues to post the way that he does. He is funny as hell though, and I have fun trying to decipher his posts
hollymar, as a hijab-wearing muslim, and therefore also necessarily a strict moralist (stay with me here, i’m not going to generalise at all), what do you get from this site? you must find it largely offensive, and not funny… perhaps a reminder of how sinful the human race is and how everyone’s going to burn?
i know you’re not a proselytiser, but i also thought that about elixabeth. don’t understand how you can enjoy this site, unless it’s with an aggrandised form of the smugness the spelling and grammar nazis on here do!
Loving the anomaly of having a swastika underneath what appears to be a breast cancer ribbon. Rather like the love heart following his declaration of FUCKOFF!
Although I think possibly my favourite part is “yes I’m a racist”
Such refreshing honesty. :S
What’s so lame about the last one? Okay, so she’s racist and conceited. So are a lot of people. And as she says, she’s entitled to an opinion. Eh, lamebook, eh.
Also, can someone explain to me the brownies? Sorry if it’s been said already, I can’t be bothered reading 120 comments.
So sorry lamebook, it’s a thumbs-down from me.
#1 is too samey,
#2 doesn’t make sense (at least at first),
#3 has nothing to do with facebook except for the fact that it’s been uploaded, and
#4 is only going to spark debate.
How about considering some of my submissions for a change? *glares*
Maybe that’s cause American History X is about how Derek realizes how stupid his previous actions were and how he tries to get out of the rut. And how he’s preventing his brother to go down the same road.
Savannah should see that movie.
Or they could just toss her into jail so that she can be taught the hard way like Derek was, that would be totally fine too. Could do her good.
Okay, it seems you guys need a lesson in equality. Guess what? You are not the only ones who are allowed to have an opinion. And other people’s opinions may not agree with yours! shocking, I know. Also, she is not hurting anybody or saying anything negative about anyone (and yet you feel free to call her names, good job with that). Thirdly, rednecks = nazis is a stereotype, much like black people = gangsters. Huh.
@genericuser, as much as I agree with you that stereotypes are wrong, having a swastika tattooed on your body is nothing to do with being proud about being white. It’s plainly disgusting.
She clearly needs a lesson in history. People like her make me sick.
I once had a guy come into the bar I work in with a swastika tattooed across his head. It’s just a blatant way of causing controversy and so was Lamebook posting Savannah’s picture.
@”hollymar”, “masterprop” and “I am not here” (sorry if I’m getting any names wrong)
Thank you for proper answers, and not just trolling like “yoink”.
I guess I’ve never been in a situation where I had any reason to hate someone that much (like people that have had their family or friends murdered or hurt by racists/nazis), so I can’t really be preaching how I love my enemies, since I have none. But I am still never in favor of any person hating other people, and I don’t think ANYONE should be killed. Of course people like Savannah is a couple of cards short of a full deck, but as long as she is not hurting anyone I think it’s better to either ignore her or laugh at her ignorance. In the end, she is the one who is going to suffer the most because of it.
I think people should be a little more careful when expressing hate and threats on the internet, and that goes for both Savannah and the people commenting. It’s not “for real”, but it’s still dangerous to encourage that kind of behavior, it seems like it’s getting harder and harder for people to draw the line between their actions on the internet and IRL.