Jehmu Greene – a Fox News contributor, political commentator and liberal Negress social-justice organizer – showed her true self when she called Fox News contributor Tucker Carlson a “bow-tying white boy” on Megyn Kelly’s Fox News show.
No doubt there will be those who say she just lost her temper because Carlson wouldn’t let her make the point she wanted to make. Or that she was frustrated because she was losing their debate – though I can assure you that the truth is far more revealing and deeply troubling. But, I’m getting ahead of myself.
What Greene, with the greatest of ease, called Carlson, wasn’t an accident – it was exactly what she thought of Carlson. In truth, she showcased the contempt the majority of blacks privately harbor for whites. The single most difficult thing for whites is understanding and/or believing how most blacks truly view them.
Think of the level of betrayal Greene exhibited. She has been a Fox News contributor for a long time, and during all of that time, as she smugly sat arguing her leftist point of view, she secretly looked upon Carlson and every other white person with prejudice.
What compounded her bigoted insult was when Carlson declared no name-calling. Greene said that she hadn’t called him a name. That gave further testimony to the contempt she and those like her have for whites. It also bore witness to the racial double standard that exists, and is condoned, when it comes to belligerent and bigoted behavior by blacks.
Had Carlson or any other white person called Greene a burr-headed colored girl on the air, Al Sharpton would have been outside the studio door before they left the air. Megyn Kelly would have immediately and harshly rebuked the offender – all the while silently thanking her ratings gods that a white person had said something so offensive on her show – especially if it had been a white male. She would have thought that she had died and gone to ratings heaven. Instead, typical of those like her, Kelly, because Greene was black, waited until the end of the interview and then offered a tepid apology.
I have argued for many years that blacks in general, and specifically Greene and her ilk, harbor a nihilist opinion pursuant to their race-conscience, socialist societal views. Greene’s unambiguously racist public outburst allows only the most jaundiced-minded to deny this.
We cannot allow this double standard to exist. Last week I wrote a blog piece titled “It’s Time To End Double Standard” – and so we must. But it cannot be done if those like Megyn Kelly give comfort to the Jehmu Greenes of the world, in the simple-minded belief that Greene thinks more highly of her than Greene thinks of Carlson.
It is time for America to understand, and blacks of good moral conscience to admit, this dirty secret. The majority of blacks are angry for the sake of being angry. It is not because they have been wronged or because white people are holding them back – it is because the very essence of socialism demands two things: victims and victimizers. Blacks are encouraged to believe they are victims and that all white people are the victimizers.
If Fox News has any integrity, it should immediately and without apology fire Jehmu Greene. But, whether they fire her or not, I guarantee you there will be those, probably including Megyn Kelly, who will make excuses for Greene and speak of how nice she is – when in fact what they should be seeing is how easily and calmly she called Tucker a “bow-tying white boy.”
Unfortunately, whites like Kelly, in their attempt to show themselves politically correct, will make excuses and turn a blind eye toward the truth. The truth is that at the beginning of the 20th century Lenin realized that the former slaves and the first-generation of freeborn blacks were “ripe for revolution” – and they have been manipulated to be angry and petulant ever since.
The detractors will attack what I say as untrue and/or unfair, but our future (or what there is of it left), is being threatened because the so-called enlightened are complicit in our racial divisiveness and unwilling to admit the danger it poses.
America would do well to remember the immortal words of Abraham Lincoln: “At what point shall we expect the approach of danger? By what means shall we fortify against it? Shall we expect some transatlantic military giant to step the ocean and crush us? Never! … I answer, if it ever reaches us, it must spring up amongst us, and it cannot come from abroad. If destruction be our lot, we must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of free men, we must live through all time or die by suicide.” (Taken from a speech given by Lincoln in 1838 in a church in Springfield, Ill.)
See the Greene-Carlson discussion here: