Remember apartheid in South Africa – a majority nation ruled by a minority population?
America, thanks to its pop culture, slavish devotion to political correctness and “diversity” are headed down the same path – rule by minority.
In the wake of Obama’s historic electoral victory in 2008, the meme was that “it was about damn time we had a ‘national conversation about race’.” Conservative pundit and author, Jonah Goldberg wrote about it March of 2008 in the Los Angeles Times:
Thank God for Barack Obama. For until his “More Perfect Union” speech last Tuesday, it seems it never occurred to anyone that America needed to talk about race. “Maybe this’ll be the beginning of a conversation,” Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan proclaimed on “Meet the Press.” According to New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, just the fact of Obama’s address proves that a “national dialogue on race” is “essential.” The Chicago Tribune reported that “many voters, black and white, say they were moved by Obama’s speech … which they see as a long-awaited invitation to begin an honest, calm national dialogue about race.” Newspaper editorial boards agree. In the words of the San Diego Union-Tribune: “Prodding Americans to confront their racial differences is, by itself, an accomplishment of historical proportions.”
There have been those in the social sciences, the media and politics who have lamented Zimmerman trial and its outcome is prima facie evidence that we have not had the “conversation on race”. The media today is lamenting that Obama we are going to have it but Obama is not going to lead it. A Politico story quotes Cornell Belcher, an African-American and a pollster who worked on both of Obama’s presidential campaigns:
“This is an opportunity for us not to kick the can down the road again, and I think it’s a chance for the president to get larger than the regular politics and the racial riffs would dictate. It’s an opportunity to create an understanding. A lot of white America doesn’t seem to understand the hurt that’s in the African-American community today. Whether the president will take that opportunity, Belcher said — “that’s a different question.”
I would submit that we are having the “conversation” and that Obama and the members of his administration are leading it…there are just those who refuse to hear what they are saying.
In refusing to prosecute a clear case of voter intimidation by the New Black Panthers while decrying the Supreme Court’s decision to scuttle the idiotic judicial supervision of elections in the American South, Eric Holder was saying that black votes are more important than white votes.
In stating that the police “acted stupidly” when an arrest was executed on a black professor, Henry Louis Gates, after a 911 call about a break-in, Obama fostered the idea that it was about race. When Gates was questioned about the situation, he displayed a belligerent attitude and the response to being asked to exit the house for questions was “Why, because I’m a black man in America?
In saying that if he had a son, he would “look like Trayvon“, Obama clearly signaled what side he was on before any of the facts of the case were heard.
In paying for anti-Zimmerman protests, the Department of Justice clearly took sides favoring a black citizen in contradiction to their role as an impartial arbiter.
In saying that the DOJ will investigate the Zimmerman case for evidence of civil rights violations, the DOJ is clearly stating that they disagree with the verdict and that there is, in fact, a “black justice” and a “white justice”.
In rioting and repeating “facts” that do not exist (like Zimmerman racially profiled Martin), the black racist grievance mongers are perpetuating racism.
Every African American in the United States need to move their money, family, knowledge back to Africa were u will be treated like the royalty you are. You don’t deserve this treatment. This is not your country!!
…they are promoting Black Nationalism.
When Eric Holder speaks to the NAACP and uses the Zimmerman case to insinuate that he can erase State Laws like Florida’s “stand your ground” laws (which he has no power to do) as if they played a part in the Zimmerman case – when they did not, he is fomenting racial unrest by creating a false equivalency when there is a black woman in Florida who has been sentenced to 20 years in jail for firing a warning shot.
When the radicals at MSNBC are anti-anything white, even the white commentators, and claim that more white kids need to die for America to understand racism, or when the media completely covers-up the troubled history of Trayvon Martin to create an appearance of racism, they are eroding the true evil of racism.
It is safe to kill black people in Amerikkka!
…in complete contradiction to the actual facts and while murders are committed in their own back yard, that church is promoting racism and black victimhood.
When people like Barack Obama and Eric Holder are trusted with the reins of national government sworn to equal protection under the law, yet refuse actually administer equal protection, they are saying that it is the responsibility of a black government to look after black people, not “We, the People”…
No, the Obama administration and the leaders of the black community are telling us exactly what they are all about.
In reality, a conversation requires two parties actively engaged in communication. I guess what we have here is not a national conversation, it is a national lecture but if you are listening, here is what they are saying:
They are telling us that racism will never end because once a minority is aggrieved, they are aggrieved in perpetuity. There is never enough that can be done to satisfy them. They are telling us that for there to be justice for blacks, there must be injustice for whites enforced by government.
If this post sounds racist to you, it should…but not if you think it is white racism. What blacks are telling us is that they want apartheid.