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In I-wish-a-mother-effer-would news, a silly little white man has found himself in the unemployment line after uploading a pic of himself with his coworker’s son and engaging in an embarrassing thread of derogatory remarks about his race.

As you can see in the image above, Geris Hilton and his friends called the young boy everything but a child of God when he uploaded the picture to Facebook, referring to him as a slave, “sambo,” and an impoverished “feral” kid purchased on the black market. In case you’re unaware, “feral” is a word used only in reference to animals which means “wild beast.” To make matters worse, the child is reportedly deaf and unable to communicate.

We’re not sure what took so long for this post, originally uploaded September 16, to go viral but once it did all hell broke loose — for the racists that is. Black Twitter sleuths not only tweeted their level of disgust at the post, they also tracked down the poster’s personal info and reported his Facebook behavior to his employer. Sorry, former employer. On October 2, the president of Polaris Marketing Group where Hilton had been employed, posted this statement on Facebook:


This morning I was disgusted to learn that one of my former employees made several racially charged comments on his personal Facebook page. Even worse, the comments were directed toward the son of another employee.

It breaks my heart that Sydney and her adorable son Cayden were subjected to such hateful, ignorant and despicable behavior. Cayden visits my office almost every afternoon after daycare, he’s sat at my dinner table and I consider him a part of the PMG family.

The atrocious lies, slander and racism he and his mother have been forced to endure are wholly intolerable. Myself and the entire PMG family in no way condones this kind of behavior and would never willingly associate with anyone who does.

It has no place in the world.

PMG has terminated the employee responsible and will ensure that none of the businesses that we associate with will ever do business with him again.


Michael Da Graca Pinto
Polaris Marketing Group, Inc

According to another report, one of the commenters, Emily Irene Red, was also fired by her employer when they caught wind of her social media activity as well.

Black Twitter justice served.

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  • AngryBlackMan

    Typical white people shyt, and that’s why they kids be cutting and stabbing they whole family in they sleep…….

  • Loldotdot

    I hope the m’ never finds a job again in his life, then finds himself homeless and in the projects of his neck of the woods where he is r*ped by(sarcasm on)5 strong black feral OGs !(sarcasm off). What a freakin loser!

  • Bill Cosby Junior junior

    I bet these same white folks swear that racism is dead and a thing of the past…

  • Whitneys Receipts

    White Supremacy doesn’t give a damn how young or old you are. It will swallow you whole. This child simply stood in a picture and that brought on such a reprehensible reaction. Like of users mentioned it’s not all white people. There’s a hispanic and an asian participator in this ugly display of anti-black.

  • DD

    Absolutely untrue and that comment in itself is quite racist. What was posted and said about the precious little boy was disgusting and horrible. Leave it at this: Good people will feel empathy and compassion, despite color. Not so good people will feed the prejudices on both sides. Be the example you wish to see and don’t say something as ignorant as “racism is in every white person’s gene”. SMMFH

    • gg

      Here is the thing. I always see white people leaving these kind of comments when racism is involved; don’t judge all white people, not all of us are like that etc. However, what is the criteria for a good white person. I’m sure that all of these people thought they were “good white people”, had black “friends” , lovers etc. So, I am tired of white folks coming in here telling black folks not to stereotype all of them or not to be angry at white folks for racism when it is too prevalent in your group. I am sorry but I have to be honest. We live in an anti black society and every single person who was raised here is anti black. It is just that. And it comes out just like what we see here with this particular guy posting the child and everyone dragging him. This stuff normalized in society.

    • DD

      I can’t speak for every white person (and hell, I’m only half white, half latin) … but the values and respect for life, ALL life, remain the same. Just as you get sick of white folks telling you not to stereotype, you do not realize you are doing the same exact thing that you are against white folks for. Your very words ARE racist. Let alone hypocritical.

      I am not blind to the fact that there are some real rotten white folks in the world, and maybe even some “on the line”, but yeah I can only speak for myself and those around me who would NEVER judge someone by their race. Just not ever. My own father was murdered, in part due to race, (hispanic), so this hits home with me. No, do NOT stereotype.

    • gg

      Yet again, you just don’t get it. You are telling us how to feel, telling me that my words are racist, which I might add I don’t believe they are when anti black racism is apart of American society and every single person has anti black leanings. It’s about a system that everyone is affected by. It’s not out of the ordinary to assume that every white person is anti black because this is our America. I did not say whites were savages, apes, backwards, low rent, feral etc. I just said many of you are anti black and carry this along with you. These guys who called that child feral, were not “lone wolves”. They were more normal then anything else. How could not be anti black in this society if all you see is black negativity. We weren’t even considered human in the constitution. Yet you are in your feelings because I am matter of fact about a real problem. Studies have already shown the majority of whites and non black people of color have a negative view of blacks. But I should not bring this up. I should not say that anti blackness is a serious problem because “What about the individuals?”. Black people do not get to be individuals. And quite frankly, I just care about individual feelings anymore about this issue.

    • DD

      You are certainly allowed to feel however you feel. I am just trying to point out the hypocrisy of that view. You are judging all of a race by the words and actions of some. How do you not see that it’s exactly the same thing? Racism + Racism = ? It sure does not equal acceptance, goodness, kindness, or solutions. It just creates more division and fuel to the fire.

      We have all been victims of something in life. ALL of us. Black, white, hispanic, you name it. If we go around using that victim mindset, then we have no power to change it. I’m not saying you should not be angry with those who deserve the title of racist … those truly awful individuals who would make jokes about a precious little boy … But it needs to be in perspective, and not aimed at all of us.

      I really believe it is only when we start looking at the good in others, that anything will ever change, even if that change is only in your own life. For example, as I said in another comment, think about how and why this story got viral and WHY those people were fired. Have you looked at the vast amount of shares? It was a LOT of “white folks” who were so outraged at what happened to this little boy, that they did not stop until justice was served. THAT is your “majority”. Why is that ignored?

      I do not believe all white people have a negative view of black people. I don’t even believe MOST, or half do. I think there are divisions, in culture, yes, but I tend to believe MOST people would never consider saying such things as those few did. Perfect, no, we all have our issues … but just as I cannot tell you how to feel, you also cannot expect me to read a comment that basically calls ME a racist “Racism is in every white person’s gene.”, and me not feel extremely hurt and insulted by it. (I realize you did not post it, but you do seem to agree).

      As for the anti blacks being normal and this being commonplace, not in my world, and if it was, I would immediately cease to associate with that person. And I know I speak for many when I say that. It’s just like the news. They report the bad, the ugly, but very few of the positive, good stories are told.

      I am simply saying, it is views like this that do nothing but build up a higher wall. And it sucks for those of us who truly do care about all people, despite color.

    • gg

      Don’t put words in my mouth I did not say anti blackness is in white people’s genes. Anti blackness is taught at a young age.Maybe not at home, but definitely through society. Whiteness praised, valued, and lifted in this society. Everybody wants to be white. White people are more human in this society. But you’re right. I feel how I feel because I live in reality. I’m not even angry anymore, I am just matter of fact. It’s up to white folks to give up whiteness and to end white supremacy. It’s not up to me. I learned along time ago no matter what you do, how many degrees you have, you are still black and its seen as a negative. You are not black. You don’t live in a black body, and you don’t know what it’s like. You don’t know about what mircroagressions we go through, some of us daily. Therefore, you don’t get what anti black racism is. And when black people vent, we have every right to. That’s all. My last comment to you.

    • DD

      Look, I have NO doubt you have experienced things in life that I have not. Even though I’m not “white”, but enough that I DO understand part of what you are saying, so please do not think I am trying to be unkind. I was just trying to show you that negativity can only lead to more negativity. It is not very likely that whites are going to “give up” their supremacy when they are called racists. That’s literally all, and to me that should be easy to see. I hope you are able to turn that venting into positive change in your life (and I mean that sincerely). Good luck.

    • Linda Blansky

      Don’t blame the victims. Blame society.

    • DD

      What victim am I blaming? Why would I blame this poor child? HE is the victim here. And I blame the jerks who did this. I love how nobody mentions that it was the outrage of many (of all races), who made sure justice was served by ensuring the racists were fired. They ARE society as well.