Brian Papin, A Special Education Teacher At Cedar Grove High School In Atlanta, Suggests Killing White Toddler In Viral Photo

Update: Nationalist Review has reached out to the high school were Brian Papin works to determine whether they intend to launch an investigation into his comments and if there will ever be any consequences. After all, this is the High School that encouraged athletes to take a knee during the national anthem.

Yesterday, Nationalist Review covered the child abuse perpetrated by Isaiah Jackson, a Black Lives Matter supporter who knelt on the neck of a small white toddler to pose for a photo on social media.

The act was heinous, horrifying, and it is the opinion of this publication that it is deserving of capital punishment. If you haven’t already heard about the incident, you can read about it here:

Today, we’ve learned that one Atlanta high school teacher has suggested that the image wasn’t graphic enough to satisfy his perverse needs. Brian Papin, a special education teacher at Cedar Grove High School in Atlanta, believed that the man kneeling on the baby’s neck should have leaned in with all of his weight until the child was dead.

Here’s what the teacher at Cedar Grove posted:

“Again! Your doing it wrong! One knee on the center of the back one one the neck and lean into it until death! You saw the video! Get it right or stop f***ing around!

Nationalist Review has taken the liberty of archiving the individual’s LinkedIn page since we feel that he might be a danger to the community and those around him. While his post is technically not illegal, we have a hard time imagining that he is a suitable teacher and caregiver for the most vulnerable children of America.

The Review has reached out to Papin for comment on his Facebook page:

Papin has made some other absurd comments on social media in the past:

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