Wednesday, November 26, 2014
What I learned from CNN…
Thank you, Ferguson: Thanks to you we learned that black mob violence is now a sickness — not just a problem.
And no one is sicker than the reporters who ignore, condone, excuse, and even encourage it, as we learned from the latest riot.
For reporters, Mike Brown has always been a moving target: At first the Gentle Giant was cut down for no reason whatsoever. Reporters ate it up and black mob violence followed.
When that fairy tale evaporated, they replaced it — with ease.
The day after the riot ,on “Morning Joe”, I learned from a black reporter that because the district attorney of St. Louis took 25 minutes to explain the grand jury decision that was proof positive the cop should have gone to trial. And reason enough to riot.
Joe and Mika shook their heads more in sadness than anger.
Then on CNN, I learned the rioters did not like the tone of the District Attorney’s remarks. And that is why they did it.
Riot night, I learned black mob violence is “understandable,” or so quoth the President of the United States. (Yes, of America.) But I guess we already knew that from his speech at the United Nations.
Also on riot night on Fox, Megyn Kellly — the devotee of the damages of white privilege — agreed with a black guest who said the rioters threw molotov cocktails because St. Michael was left in the street for four and half hours.
Back at “Morning Joe”, a former Republican White House staffer said it was all about police-community relations. Roughly translated that means too many black people were breaking the law. And too many white cops were catching them.
All this she learned from the greatest speech of the Obama presidency, she said.
Unsaid was how they recently cancelled outstanding warrants to buy the peace. And how did that work out?
I learned that cops in riot gear cause riots.
That was after we learned the riots were “largely peaceful.”
Back at CNN, I learned that black mob violence is no big deal because white people do it too. Just as often. Just as bad. So singling out Ferguson is racist.
Also unsaid: the hundreds of cases of recent black mob violence around the country.
Ferguson was not the only. Just the latest.
No one mentioned Louisville, and how last Spring 200 black people rampaged through that downtown, beating grandparents in front of their grandkids, destroying property, stealing, looting, and creating mayhem.
And when it was over, PBS was kind enough to report that all of that black mob violence was the result of “white racism.”
Black people have no problem saying this all over the country. But reporters black and white are loathe to question it.
And oh yeah, that’s been happening a long time in Louisville, and lots of other places: Cincinnati, Virginia Beach, Fort Lauderdale, DeKalb, South Bend, Champaign, Peoria: Has no one heard about them?
How about the black bus driver who called 20 black people to beat and kick a white family on her bus. All while the black passengers cheered?
College campuses are favorite targets of black crime.
In Rochester, black people have taunted, harassed, robbed, and attacked more than 1000 recent Asian immigrants. A social worker blamed it on Asian “naivete.”
Hear about that?
This is a long list in a short article with no room for the hundreds and hundreds of cases of recent black mob violence and for the denial at a level that can only be called delusional.
All documented in that scintillating best seller White Girl Bleed a Lot. Many are on video, which you can see here on YouTube.
Violent crime in America is a black thing. Like the T-Shirt says, I don’t understand it. But this I do know: as bad as black crime rates appear to be (compared with non-black rates) in reality they are even worse.
And here are four reasons why: stitches for snitches, witness tampering, Bronx juries, cutting arrests in half, for starters.
Bonus reason: MSNBC’s Golden Girl Melissa Harris Perry says that black women do not report domestic violence and rape because they know the violence their men will suffer at the hands of racist white police.
When Oakland installed an acoustic system to track gun shots, police found that 90 percent were never reported.
Let’s close with the hardest — but most obvious — truth of all: Black hostility and racial resentment towards white and Asian people are now mainstream.
And they are easy to find it in all the black web sites, all the news shows, fueling all the black mob violence and black on white crime happening right in front of reporters around the country.
More dangerous than ever. More widespread than ever. Sicker than ever.