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Race charlatans and the McD's beating

Where’s Sharpton, where’s Jackson, and for that matter, where’s Obama and Holder? What am I talking about? I’m talking about the vicious beating a young white transgendered “woman” suffered at the hands of two black girls, one of whom was only 14 years old. Pursuant to Obama-Holder, will they treat this as they have the case involving the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case, i.e., if you ain’t black it don’t matter?

I should here state in the strongest possible terms my condemnation of homosexuality, transgenderism, etc.  But just as my objection to sexual perversion is based upon biblical precedent, so too is my condemnation of this hateful act.

Obama was quick to inject himself into the Cambridge, Mass., Police Department doing its job when they properly questioned professor Henry Louis Gates to make sure he was alone and not being forced to say so by an unseen villain hiding inside his house. Why hasn’t he been as quick to condemn this act? I’m not surprised by Holder’s silence, considering his staunch refusal to seat a panel to investigate the NBPP case in Philadelphia.

Why did it take nearly a week for this attack to come to light? And if it had not been for the ego of the McDonald’s employee who videotaped the beating with his cell phone, would it have been made public at all? Which question begs the answer of how many instances like this happen every day that go unreported to the public. How quickly would it have been reported had the beaters been white and the victim black?

The simple reason is: because there is profit to be made by keeping blacks angry and whites guilty. It is an appalling cacophony of silence and abrogation of leadership that this attack goes without public condemnation by those who found the Rodney King beating so abhorrent.

This isn’t the first time Sharpton and Jackson have sat idly by in the aftermath of animalistic behavior by the basest elements of society when the perpetrators are black. In March of 2003, I wrote: “When detectives Rodney Andrews and James Nemorin were murdered execution style in cold blood, while trying to rid the neighborhoods of machine-gun dealing teenagers, none save their fellow detectives, families and fellow brothers/sisters in police work grieved or attended their funerals. There were no protests. … Sharpton and Jackson didn’t lead marches. It was just two murdered detectives.” (“Self-inflicted victimization,” WND, May 20, 2003)

In the Duke lacrosse case, well before the facts were fully established, Sharpton and Jackson were in Durham, N.C., leading rallies and protests against the university. And let us not forget the Jena 6 case. At that time I wrote: “A staff writer for the San Francisco Chronicle contacted Project 21’s offices seeking comments for a piece he was writing about Jena, La., and a black ‘MoveOn’ wannabe. During the interview I asked if he had personally spoken to Donald Washington, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Louisiana. He answered no.” (“In Jena, truth is real victim,” WND, Oct. 23, 2007)

Two British tourists made the fatal mistake of making a wrong turn, ending up in a black ghetto. They were robbed, beaten and murdered as part of a gang initiation – one of the alleged actors was a 16-year-old boy, released from prison only six days before.

By the time the truth came out in the Duke lacrosse case and the Jena case, the damage had been done. The apparatchiks had done their jobs – blacks were sufficiently enraged, believing that whites had struck again.

In October 2004, a black man with two small young children beat and punched in the face a 16-year-old black girl in a fast food restaurant. The outcry from that incident was that black-on-black crime doesn’t matter because not only had none of the patrons (who were also black) lifted a finger to help, but the police were accused of not taking the crime seriously.

The bottom line is that these black complaints cannot be taken seriously until there is unified condemnation of Sharpton, Jackson, Jeremiah Wright, Barack Obama, Eric Holder and all other race-mongers who are fomenting ignorance, resentment and hatred. Just as culpable as Sharpton, et al., are program hosts like Sean Hannity who host and faun over these individuals, giving them an imprimatur of credibility.

Race violence is tearing at the fabric of our communities, and it isn’t because whites are hijacking cars, murdering blacks and raping and beating blacks. Sadly, blacks are far more often the perpetrators in these instances. Combating it would be made easier if the mainstream media and program hosts afforded the same publicity to blacks who oppose Sharpton and Jackson as they do to these dishonorable, phony, make-believe reverends. But, it seems we don’t sell as well as those who cry racism at every turn.

This won’t be the last time beatings such as the one this young person suffered takes place. Black victimologists and apologists can make all the excuses they want – the truth is that blacks who embrace resentment and anger as a way of thinking are their own worst enemies. And those who preach such should be condemned and shunned. But that would demand the public acknowledgement that not only America, but also a significant populace of its citizenry have been led astray for the gain of the race-baiters and charlatans.