Couple Sues NY German Community For Discriminatory Housing Practices
Oh yeah, these racist muhfuggas are dead ass serious in the year of our Lord, 2015.
According to a report we caught on RawStory, the New York suburb of Yaphank was established by Nazi supporters back in the 1940’s and are carrying on their discriminatory tradition via janky azz housing practices.
Those practices got the German American Settlement League a nice fat lawsuit courtesy of Philip Kneer and Patricia Flynn-Kneer.
“Since its incorporation in 1937, the GASL has excluded non-whites from its membership, recreational programs, and summer homes in favor of new residents with German ancestry,” the complaint said.
The league owns the land in Siegfried Park, a residential community in Yaphank, and rents out approximately 50 lots to its members, according to the lawsuit.
Robert Kessler, the group’s president, declined to comment on Tuesday. He told the New York Times, which first reported the lawsuit, that the community’s rules were misunderstood and not exclusionary.
The lawsuit, which was joined by nonprofit Long Island Housing Services, included what it said was a recent photo of a Nazi medallion atop a German flag in the community clubhouse.
“No, no, no! You completely misunderstand. We don’t hate you, or want you to be burned in furnaces, we just don’t want your filth f***ing azzes to live anywhere near our swastika-lovin’ suburb.”
Right. Got it.