Irony: When people with so-called white privilege are arrested for rioting against white privilege


The following editorial is written by a retired police officer and current staff writer for Law Enforcement Today.

NEW YORK, NY- White privilege…that’s what all these protests are about, right? Systemic racism caused by white privilege…that’s what the rioting lunatics have been preaching in city after city, as they destroy cities such as Portland, Seattle, New York, and others.

How ironic is it then that seven members of the “revolution” protesting so-called white privilege themselves enjoy it? Ironic and amusing actually.


The New York Post reported a story about seven wanna-be Che Guevera revolutionaries who were arrested during riots at a “New Afrikan Black Panther Party rally in the Flatiron District in downtown Manhattan. As the Post noted, they “took a break from their yacht club lives and modeling careers” to wreak havoc in New York.

The seven oppressed souls were exposed by the NYPD for the frauds that they are when their mugshots were sent out in a tweet early Wednesday, a few days after they were arrested for smashing windows in the district.

The seven members of the revolution were arrested during a protest which was organized by both the Panthers and the Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement in order to protest the death of Daniel Prude a half-year ago in Rochester, New York.

They apparently aren’t too quick to the punch; they should learn from protesters in other parts of the country, who don’t even wait for the ink to dry on police reports before they start breaking stuff. A bit slow, apparently.

One of those arrested was Clara Kraebber, a wealthy spoiled brat from the city’s Upper East Side. She apparently had a less-than-privileged life, growing up the daughter of an architect and a child psychiatrist.

Having that second home in Connecticut had to be rough for poor Clara. We definitely feel her pain. That white privilege must have been tough to handle for the little redhead.

In fact, all seven of those arrested came from backgrounds teeming with white privilege. Yet here we are, these hypocritical fools destroying property to protest so-called “white privilege.” How rich.

Frank Fuhrmeister is a 30-year-old freelance art director from Stuyvesant Heights in the city. He was charged with rioting and possession of a graffiti instrument. He’s designed ads for companies such as Joe Coffee, and also worked for Pepsi, Samsung and The Glenlivet, as well as other so-called “high profile” brands, according to his LinkedIn profile and portfolio. Both have been changed to private after his arrest.

Fuhrmeister (which looks strangely like Fuehrer) studied at Florida State College in Jacksonville, Florida, while his current address is a “stately home on Reed Island Drive in the city’s tony Beacon Hills and Harbour Neighborhood,” the Post said citing public records. Poor oppressed  victim of white privilege.

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Next up is Adi Sragovich, 20, who is a student at Sarah Lawrence College. She lives in Great Neck, Long Island, police, and family told the Post.

Sragovich’s mommy told the Post that her daughter apparently lost her cell phone during the weekend protests, causing her to call mommy who of course immediately “made arrangements” to replace the phone right away. Do you think part of little Adi’s problem is the fact that she appears to be a spoiled brat suffering from disconnected parenting? Seems that way.

“She hasn’t been terribly in touch, she’s been off doing her own thing,” said mommy, Susan Jacobowitz, an English professor at Queensborough Community College. Ah, academia. Apparently mommy was unaware of what her little angel was doing when she was “doing her own thing.”

Mommy, however was happy that little girl didn’t end up at Riker’s Island.

“I kept thinking I would get a call from the hospital or she’d get arrested because it seems like it’s just dangerous times right now,” Jacobowitz told the Post, unaware that her little brat had been arrested.

“At least she’s not on Rikers!” she said. Mommy must be so proud.

Sragovich wasn’t always a Marxist revolutionary. Apparently she was at one time an “accomplished musician” and had performed with local theater groups, as well as at the Sea cliff Yacht Club as reported in the Great Neck Record.

According to the article, her teacher said, “how impressed she was” with little Adi, who apparently had quite a “repertoire of jazz numbers.”

Sragovich got her start in protesting when she organized a walkout at her high school in protest of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, Island Now reported.

Sragovich, who apparently doesn’t have a job spent time working on the “Occupy City Hall” protest in the city where she put food together for the protesters, according to an interview in the New York Times.

Not to be outdone, we also have an aspiring model in the group of protesters who don’t have white privilege but are protesting against it.

Claire Severine, 27, lives in Washington Heights and was charged with rioting. She’s spent her oppressed, non-white privilege life jetting around the world to places such as Montreal and Quebec, Canada, as well as Dublin, Ireland. She settled in New York to “pursue a career in acting,” according to her modeling profile.

Her modeling profile oozes that apparently when she’s not destroying stuff, she “has always had a profound respect for nature and enjoys hiking, photographing these hikes, and trying to get other people excited about our wonderful planet!”

You really have to feel for poor Claire. She’s led such a hard life! Because, as her modeling profile says she “believes beauty can be found everywhere and in everybody, if you just look around.” Um, thinking a look in the mirror might be in order.

Then there is poor oppressed Etkar Surette, 27, from Brooklyn. Poor child had to spend the summers in Europe as a kid. I mean, we really need to feel for this guy. It’s totally understandable why he would be out protesting against white privilege. Surette was charged with rioting and possession of a graffiti instrument.

Surette was not happy when a reporter from the Post asked him for a comment at his Prospect Park South apartment on Wednesday. “I don’t want to talk to you. You can go away.” The misunderstood soy boy then slammed the door on the reporter.

Finally, there is Elliot Rucka, 20-years-old from…Portland, Oregon. How weird is that? Someone from Portland participating in a riot? Shocker. Rucka, another spoiled brat who apparently had a “tough life” was charged with rioting. His parents, Greg Rucka and Jennifer Van Meter apparently write comic books. It’s not known if their son is the star, but he would definitely be a good fit as a comic book character.

Calls to Rucka and his family by the Post were unanswered.

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