But Why Should We Care?

Posted in Society on January 20th, 2014

Once again in America it’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. It been this way since 1983 when President Reagan signed a bill creating a federal holiday to honor America’s foremost racial activist.

But why should we care? And by “we” I mean the the average American, who happens to be White. The “Black Community” certainly doesn’t particularly revere MLK’s legacy with any consistency.

Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Legacy In The Black Community
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Truly! If the culture that MLK advocated for doesn’t bother to respect his memory why should we – what the race-baiters call “White America” – bother ourselves to care either? It’s not as if MLK was any friend of ours.

To be fair however, this disrespect by Blacks for their one and only successful and accepted activist isn’t monolithic. Some among them have serious problems with this.

Over the last few years, I have seen Martin Luther King, Jr’s image become a bastardized caricature on different party fliers.

Yes, you know what I am referring to. I am referring to the party fliers that have been seen across Facebook advertising whatever event that is going to take place. And I am afraid to note that this hasn’t been a onetime occurrence. This has happened numerous times for the past few years. And to think, there are people out there that actually feels that this is something appropriate or functionally acceptable.

– darcwonn1906

And trust me, this man is no ally to Whites so it’s not a case of his being some sort of Uncle Tom, Oreo, or whatever else the “Black Community” one of their own race who speaks too well and/or doesn’t side with them against America at large. Doing so, however, would put the normal, White American in a racially charged position.

I suppose that we could take the moral high ground and say that we’re going to respect MLK’s legacy even if, more and more, the Blacks living withing America’s borders don’t.

  1. If we stand by our ethical principles yet ignore the behaviors of the “Black Community,” we’re committing the truly racist act of lowering our expectation of the “Black Community;”
  2. If we call them on this behavior we’re exhibiting both our “White Privilege” and denigrating “Black Culture.”
  3. If we split the difference and ignore those Blacks show no respect for MLK and support and encourage those who do, we’re just once again taking up the White Man’s Burden.

So I acknowledge that it’s 2014′s Martin Luther King, Jr. Day but have to ask should we care and, if so, why?

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Holder’s Hateful Knockout

Posted in Politics on December 27th, 2013

US Attorney General Eric HolderUp until now the Obama Regime’s most active and overt racist, Attorney General Eric “My People” Holder has remained utterly silent upon the predominantly Black criminal phenomenon of the Knockout Game. As long as it stayed mostly a Black on White thing they were more than happy to keep out of it and not bother to charge any of the captured thugs with federal hate crimes.

That has now finally changed. There’s actually been a case of a White thug playing the Knockout Game by assaulting an elderly Black man.

Of course, in what passes for the racism plagued psyche of Eric Holder, this is a hate crime and the the Justice Department is stepping right in to make a point.

The Justice Department said it filed a criminal complaint against 27-year-old Conrad Alvin Barrett on Tuesday and arrested him on Thursday. According to Justice officials, Mr. Barrett recorded himself on his cellphone attacking the 79-year-old man, laughing and saying “Knockout” as he runs away.

The charge marks the first time the administration has taken action on a “knockout” case after the game became an Internet and media phenomenon. It chose a case in which the person accused is white, even though most other cases reported in the news have involved black assailants.

Yet this is to be expected from the most active and overt racist within the Obama Regime. Of course the boy would only declare it a federal hate crime when it was White on Black. To thugs like Holder hate crimes can only be White on Black or Brown, never Black on anything.

A ghetto thug is a ghetto thug, whether it’s in a hoodie or dressed up in a suit. America’s laws were meant to control them, not be controlled by them. Holder certainly belongs more properly behind bars or hanging from a tree than he does in the DOJ or any other facet of civil society.

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Blackest Irony

Posted in Humor, Society on December 27th, 2013

Jesse Jackson Smirking and pointing fingerI freely admit that, despite my disgust with the entirety of the Hipster subculture, I do love me some irony. ;-) I especially love irony that based upon- and caused by some jabbering idiot making idiotic statements, comparisons, and demands without even bothering to consider the overall context of the situation, themselves, or the agenda and/or constituents that they claim to represent.

The grifting blacktivist, Jesse Jackson’s latest jabbering screed is a perfectly example of this.

The irony! Feel it burn. Little is better on a cold, Winter’s day.

Phil Robertson’s homophobic comments to GQ were MORE OFFENSIVE than the words uttered by bus driver who tried to force Rosa Parks to sit on the back of his bus in 1955 … so says civil rights leader Jesse Jackson.

Jackson came out firing against the “Duck Dynasty” star this week … explaining, “These statements uttered by Robertson are more offensive than the bus driver in Montgomery, Alabama, more than 59 years ago.”

“At least the bus driver, who ordered Rosa Parks to surrender her seat to a white person, was following state law. Robertson’s statements were uttered freely and openly without cover of the law, within a context of what he seemed to believe was ‘white privilege.’”

Jackson is demanding a meeting with A&E and Cracker Barrel execs … and even issued a Friday deadline … urging the network to uphold Robertson’s suspension from the reality show.

Firstly, given the “Black Community’s” fear and loathing of homosexuals, which far outpaces the “homophobia” of normal, White Americans but which is largely swept under the rug by the media, it’s very ironic that Jackson would make any statement about Robertson’s comments.

Out of fairness I have to say that TMZ could have got it wrong. Jackson could have been talking about Robertson’s comments on the happiness of the local Blacks way back when.

If that’s the case, Jackson’s jabbering isn’t ironic; it’s just a ridiculous and insulting false equivalency, but an expected one from a creature that makes it rent off of maintaining racism in the “Black Community”.

Secondly, the irony of some aging ghetto grievance-monger acting in even the least way as if his opinion or that of the thuggish hordes he claims to speak for would matter at all to a restaurant chain named Cracker Barrel is beyond the pale.

This is, indeed, the Blackest irony. :lol:

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