Days of Change

Racism is Crazy | June 20, 2015

The United States has never had a history of White people indiscriminately killing populations of Black people. Even so, slavery made Africans and their descendants non-persons in the country. Even after Juneteenth 150 years ago, Blacks (Africans, their descendants and mixed race people with even small amounts of African ancestry) dealt with formal and informal government restrictions on their liberty for another century.

Sadly, the condition of the African-American community is probably the worst of any ethnic group in the country. Jobless rates are higher. Broken families are the norm. The culture is often promoted by exploiting some of the worst behaviors and choices one can make. One has to ask if blaming the distant past is more of an excuse than a reason these days.

Even though Black on Black crime and murder is more common than White on Black counterparts, (Black on White crime is actually more prevalent) every incident where a Black person gets the worst outcome in a dispute with a White person is promoted in the media.

In the last few months, national news has been made every time a Black person has died when at least one White Police officer was around. In Baltimore, 6 officers were indicted, and three of them are not even White. So, while a shot up movie theater and an attack on Gabby Giffords are the acts of a crazy person. the shooting in Charleston was a premeditated terrorist attack, at least for the race hustlers who insist the word “terrorist” be used.

Today, a Black police officer was killed by the Black prisoner he was transporting. I suspect that won’t be a big part of the story in the national news tomorrow.

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1 Comment

  1. So, whilea a shot up movie theater and an attack on Gabby Giffords are the acts of a crazy person. the shooting in Charleston was a premeditated terrorist attack

    And who gains from this script? Ask Sharpton, et al, and all the white guilt adherents, both propagandists and their dupes.

    Comment by Mary — June 21, 2015 @ 12:12 am


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