Most Blacks Are Incapable of Overlooking Their Race In Any Controversy
After O.J. slashed two innocent people to death with a butcher knife in 1994, 90% of black people didn't give two hoots in hell about the victims. They were white, and totally expendable. O.J. was wearing the magic uniform of black supremacy, an ebony epidermis, so was magically dissolved of any and all culpability in the crime. When he was wrongfully acquitted by a largely black jury, blacks throughout the United States stood up and cheered. The freeing of this butcher-murderer was a source of great joy to them. This was an epiphany for me, a paradigm shift. Until the O.J. verdict I had assumed that black people were simply white people with dark skin. Suddenly I was seeing them in a whole new light, and I didn't like what I saw.
In 1991, after a black child was accidentally struck and killed by a car driven by a Jewish man, blacks rioted for three days, following incendiary comments by Al Sharpton. The mob found someone to punish in a Jewish student from Australia:
About three hours after the riots began, early on the morning of August 20, a group of approximately 20 young black men surrounded 29-year-old Australian Jew, Yankel Rosenbaum, a University of Melbourne student in the United States conducting research for his doctorate. They stabbed him several times in the back and beat him severely, fracturing his skull. Before being taken to the hospital, Rosenbaum was able to identify 16-year-old Lemrick Nelson, Jr. as his assailant in a line-up shown to him by the police. Rosenbaum died later that night. Nelson was charged as an adult with murder and acquitted, but later convicted of violating Rosenbaum's civil rights in federal court; Nelson eventually admitted that he had indeed stabbed Rosenbaum. (Link: here)Get that? Lemrick Nelson Jr., a poor teenager, was caught with the bloody knife still in his pocket, and yet an all-black jury acquitted him, then joined with him in a party of celebration after the trial. This was pure racism, black racism. To those black jurors, Yankel Rosenbaum was entirely expendable and forgettable. A black thug who would never make any worthwhile contribution to civilization or to humanity, was excused for killing a doctoral candidate who would have made significant contributions. Except the latter was the wrong color to the black jury.
George Zimmerman, Victim of Black Racism
Now we have the trial of a Hispanic, one George Zimmerman, a man who took a black girl to his high school prom, who was held in high esteem by his black neighbor in his homeowners association, and also by his black law professor. He was a man who had voted for Barack Obama for president. Then in 2012, a black thug named Trayvon Martin, who had been suspended from school for fighting, who liked to fight for sport, and who bragged about bloodying people's noses, suddenly punched Zimmerman in the face, breaking his nose, then jumped on top of his prone victim, pummeling his face with fists, and pounding Zimmerman's head into the concrete.
Now according to black folks, Zimmerman should just have laid there and taken it, even allowing himself to be killed if necessary, in the name of civil rights, in memory of Rosa Parks, in the glorification of black epidermises everywhere. He should have realized that his non-black life didn't count for anything, that he was expendable, that he should suppress all natural instincts for survival and accept the sacrifice of his life so the black underclass in Oakland wouldn't break windows and set things on fire.
In the few moments of pain, terror and panic, Zimmerman was supposed to have cooly pulled a law volume out of his waistband and consulted the Law of Self Defense, or perhaps taken his cell phone out and called the NAACP for the proper protocol when one is being beaten, possibly to death, by a black thug. But no, the impetuous Zimmerman, no doubt seeing stars from the pounding of his head into the cement and not thinking clearly, pulled his gun from his waistband instead, and shot his assailant. He totally blew it. Somehow, he had failed to suppress the natural instinct for survival and had forgotten the No 1 Rule of Society: blacks never commit any crime, they are eternally innocent, perpetual victims of white racism, and cannot be held accountable or responsible for anything bad they may do. And, more important, anyone who opposes black criminals from rioting, robbing, raping, looting and assaulting non-blacks, is a racist.
Is White Prejudice Justified?
Trayvon Martin had it coming, not because he was black, but because he was a violent punk who picked the wrong victim. Many of us non-blacks are reaching a tipping point in our tolerance of black dysfunction and black attitudes. Are we biased against blacks? Hell yes, how could we be otherwise? Though most of us will never admit it, white prejudice is justified by black crime and black attitudes. Our discrimination is rational, because we desire to preserve our physical safety and remain untouched by black violence and crime. That to us is more important than mouthing socially polite inanities about racial equality and the evils of profiling. For those who would survive, profiling is entirely rational and justified.
However, most of us know there is a remnant, a small minority of blacks, who are not racists, who are good citizens, and who productively add value to our society. They too are often the victims of black crime, even more so than whites. They serve in our military, they serve as police officers, they are doctors and philosophers and professors. Many of these good folks are personal heroes of mine. For that reason, we must judge every black person we meet by their individual qualities and attributes; but until we know them, it is prudent to be cautious. My personal feeling, whenever I meet a black stranger, is "He hates my guts because I'm white." In cases where I learn that this is not true, I am more than gratified, I am grateful. However, I have my doubts that these good people will ever be more than a small minority of the black population. I do hope I am proven wrong, but the only people who can teach me that are black people themselves, by their own actions. I won't hold my breath.
Am I being unfair? I don't think so. Too many black entertainers, educators, athletes and musicians have let it slip, at one time or another, that they hate white people and wish them harm. Some of those quotes follow:
- Miles Davis (black jazz musician) “If somebody told me I had only one hour to live, I’d spend it choking a white man. I’d do it nice and slow.” [Miles Davis Can’t Shake Boyhood Racial Abuse, Jet March 25, 1985.]
- Chino Wilson (in an editorial in the Daily Collegian, campus newspaper at Penn State University) “After looking at all the evidence there is only one conclusion: white people are devils ... I believe that we must secure our freedom and independence from these devils by any means necessary, including violence ... To protect ourselves we should bear arms (three handguns and two rifles, maybe an M-16) immediately and form a militia ... So black people, let us unite, organize and execute.” [Chino Wilson, “African American Students Should Not Trust ‘Devilish’ White People,” The Daily Collegian, Penn State University, January 28, 1992.]
- Bell Hooks (black professor of English at City College of New York) “I am writing this essay sitting beside an anonymous white male that I long to murder.” [From her book A Killing Rage, quoted by David Horowitz in Hating Whitey, Spence Publishing, 1999, p. 31.]
- Amiri Baraka (black poet and writer)
“You cant steal nothin from a white man, he’s already stole itSource for the above quotes.
he owes you anything you want, even his life.
All the stores will open up if you will say the magic words.
The magic words are: Up against the wall this is a stick up!”
[Quoted in Anne Wortham, The Other Side of Racism, Ohio State University Press, 1981, p. 257.]
It is interesting to note that these black commentators were expressing hatred of white people in general, not any specific white person for an act of wrong-doing. They simply hate white people for being white, no matter what their other qualities, and long to murder them. This is the classical definition of racism, and again I say, blacks are the most racist element of American society today.
So what's the solution? There are no simple answers, but one of the most necessary and important things we can do is to tell the truth. Blacks are solely responsible for their own bad attitudes, poor life choices, dysfunctional families and criminal acts, as well as the aftermath (like getting shot while attacking someone). As a society, we must stop providing them with cover, with rationalizations, with excuses for their bad behavior. Institutionalized anti-white racism must cease, including that by President Obama, the universities, and the media.
Related article: The Zimmerman Spectacle and the New Black Panther Party
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