Protest In Fargo ND Over Murder Of White Child By African Immigrant. Media Ignores
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Earlier (July 2021) Her Name Is Jupiter Paulsen: 14-Year-Old White Girl Murdered—Stabbed More Than 20 Times—By A Black (Liberian) Male In Fargo, ND: Was He A Refugee?

The name of Daisy “Jupiter” Paulsen has never appeared in the New York Times or the Washington Post, and over a year after her brutal murder in Fargo, ND at the hands of African immigrant Arthur Prince Kollie it’s now less likely to appear than ever. That’s because her father, Robert Paulsen, desperate over the institutional failures that led to her death and over what seems to be the increasing likelihood that Kollie will escape punishment, has allied with the radical National Justice Party, described by critics like the virulently anti-white Anti-Defamation League as “a virulently antisemitic white supremacist group,” to protest the scandal. Of course the short-term result is an even more intense media blackout. But Paulsen obviously felt he had no choice.

On Saturday June 4th, the anniversary of Kollie’s crime, some 40-50 people led by local grassroots organizer Peter Tefft and NJP chairman Michael Peinovich marched through Fargo’s downtown. The peaceful protest (Video) started at the victim’s home and ended with a picket in front of the Fargo courthouse.  It was shadowed by a small group of self-identified “Antifa” members (Video), who mocked and jeered the white activists and the family they had come to support. Neither national nor local media covered the march, despite it causing a lot of discussion in Fargo.

Jupiter Paulsen’s tragedy began on June 4th, 2021, when she left her home to visit her mother’s house. As she passed through a strip mall, Kollie allegedly began following her. Then, without provocation, Kollie allegedly stabbed and strangled the cornered white child in a savage attack that lasted 25 minutes.

Kollie attempted to escape when a witness confronted him, and he was filmed in a store trying to change out of his bloody clothing. (There’s no suggestion of any sexual assault, although the prosecutor suggests robbery was a motive.) Jupiter was taken to hospital, where she died of her catastrophic injuries. She was 14 years old.

Among the institutional failures contributing to Jupiter’s death: America’s Refugee Racket. Kollie, who is originally from the Ivory Coast, immigrated from Liberia, probably under North Dakota’s refugee resettlement program. (Typically, the corporate media hasn’t bothered to ask.) In the U.S. he was a habitual offender who was in and out of prison. So much for screening.

Shortly after Kollie was released from a one-year sentence for a previous violent felony in 2020, he was arrested again for the unlawful possession of a firearm, discharging the firearm, and drug possession. Court records show that on May 7, 2021, less than a month before the girl’s murder, Kollie was sentenced to two years in prison.

The grieving Paulsen family, who have been targeted by thugs at their home for speaking out about what happened to their daughter, were understandably enraged when they learned that the man who killed their daughter was on paper supposed to be in prison at the time of the murder. Kollie was apparently released back to the street on with

“the bulk of that time stayed on the condition he successfully complete 18 months of probation and serve 27 days in jail.

“Because he had already served 27 days, Kollie was released from jail following the sentencing hearing.”

[Accused murderer's sentence for prior felony conviction not unusual, court expert says, by David Olson,, June 19, 2021]

The news that Kollie has withdrawn his Alford Plea and that presiding Judge John Irby (appointed, let the record show, by a Republican governor) is allowing Kollie’s attorney to attempt an insanity defense has only exacerbated fears that Jupiter will never receive justice. 

Tefft and Peinovich have both placed the blame for this ordeal on the “Great Awokening.” Especially after the George Floyd riots of 2020, this informally and formally discouraged judges and prosecutors from doing what is necessary to keep dangerous black men incarcerated, due to the political and career risk of being accused of racism.

Tefft has publicly stated that the national discourse in the media, academia and from politicians demonizing white people as the cause of all of black people’s misery is tantamount to racial incitement and what’s called stochastic terrorism [Stochastic Terrorism: A Linguistic and Psychological Analysis, by Molly Amman and J. Reid Meloy, Perspectives On Terrorism, October 2021].

Academics such as Heather Mac Donald have additionally demonstrated a strong causal effect between a lack of will to aggressively police and prosecute violent crimes committed disproportionately by blacks and the ongoing surge in homicides [Heather Mac Donald: ‘Savage’ Crimes No Longer Have Consequences — Civilization ‘Breaking Down’ in ‘Slow-Motion,’ by Joshua Klein, Breitbart, December  8,  2021] that began when the Black Lives Matter movement’s demands were mainstreamed and accommodated.

North Dakota’s refugee resettlement problem, which uses federal tax dollars to transplant Liberian aliens like Kollie to the state, is also a highly controversial issue. North Dakotans have in the recent past organized several petitions and referendums [Michelle Malkin: Citizen Revolt—Resist Refugee Resettlement Dumps, April 12, 2019] to prevent private-public partnerships such as the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) and Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services (LIRS) from bringing any more unassimilable immigrants to their towns and cities. But Republican Governor Doug Burgum continues to ignore them [North Dakota approved to take in more Afghan refugees, by Jeremy Turley,, April 27, 2022].

The lack of press coverage of this demonstration, even in the current “racist”-hunting media ecosystem, shows impressive ideological discipline among left-wing and even some conservative commentators in Fargo. They have no scruples about hounding and harassing Robert Paulsen for taking action over his daughter’s murder [Port: We are seeing the roots of hate take hold in North Dakota murder case, by Rob Port,, April 27, 2022] but they take painstaking efforts to ensure no one can hear Jupiter’s story.  

The idea of white people protesting for their rights is a shocking and heavily stigmatized concept in America. But as institutions once assumed to be free of politicization, such as courts and police, begin to show black criminals rank favoritism at the expense of public safety, some will seek to change this.

Dakota Witness [Email him], who is anonymous for reasons of safety, was a witness to these demonstrations.

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