Chronic Black Failure

Chronic Black Failure - Feral Rage, Their Real Problem
Chronic Black Failure – Feral Rage, Their Real Problem

The sad story of Blacks inside of America’s borders is the story of their chronic failure. It’s been the primary narrative of their people since the Civil Rights Movement succeeded in breaking down the barriers between the Black Community and America at large. And, as time progresses, it just seems to get worse, even as more of those of African tribal descent emigrate away from the ghetto and the miseries of the “Black Community.”

It’s especially saddening and maddening right now. The Blacks’ response to Minneapolis PD officer, Derek Chauvin’s killing of George Floyd is the horrific current nadir of Chronic Black Failure. They literally snatched defeat out of jaws of victory! The Blacks, in yet another paroxysm of their feral rage, threw away the best shot at general acceptance and some measure of real change in policing policies.

It was a clear cut case and the majority of Americans were, at a bare minimum, sympathetic the Blacks’ cause. Even I was on their side initially. Hellfire! Even the Minneapolis PD was on their side, immediately firing all four officers on the scene and arresting Chauvin on homicide charges.

The remains of a scorched police vehicle lie vandalized during riots in the Fort Greene neighborhood in the Brooklyn borough of New York on May 29, 2020. - The woman who threw the molotov cocktail inside the vehicle occupied by four officers on the fringes of a demonstration in New York on Friday was arrested
Fort Greene, Brooklyn is 2000 Miles From Minneapolis

Maybe the Blacks could have “won” if they’d only rioted, looted, and burned in Minneapolis. Americans probably would have understood that and accepted it. But no, instead Blacks all across the nation rose up all across the nation and began rioting, looting, burning, and murdering police officers and others.

Feral rage, the Blacks’ chronic failure, will be the death knell of them and their aspirations sooner or later. That’s truly sad.

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