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The author of The BIG Black Lie deftly critiques U.S. Rep. Andre Carson’s (D-IN) calumnies against the Tea Party and by extension all Caucasian non-statists, explains why this summer’s U.S. mob violence is just the beginning, and, most important of all, sardonically identifies a central assumption of today’s American culture: it’s quite all right to hate . . . the right people:
In an America where black achievement can be seen and heard everywhere, Andre Carson and other members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) are crying foul, saying that the Tea Party wants to take America back to the ‘60’s. Don’t believe your lying eyes showcasing black achievement all over America, because black people are being oppressed. By the Tea Party who wants black people “hanging from trees.”Yes, the three-year old Tea Party movement is responsible for the decades of degradation within the black community, according to Carson and other members of the CBC.
Who knew it was the Tea Party doing all those drive-bys in black neighborhoods, and robbing black folks. Here I thought it was black thugs and gang members.
Who knew it was the evil Tea Party who foreclosed on black homeowners, or that the Tea Party set up all those substandard government schools in black neighborhoods. [Note: Jackson is referring to Democrat Party policies here.—ed.]
Apparently America’s police are loaded with Tea Party members, and the cops are out to get black people. Prior to the Tea Party, there we NO black people in prison. Over the last three years, the Tea Party cops have begun rounding up black people and wrongfully incarcerating them.
Naturally, hatred leads to violence, Jackson observes:
Sure, the new America is like the ‘60’s, only this time it’s black people intimidating white folks. The New Black Panthers are threatening to kill white babies and suppressing the Republican vote. Civil unrest is all over America with black flash mobs. Black people doing meet-ups to give beat ups.
Black mobs in Green Bay WI?! [Note: the mobs at the Wisconsin State Fair actually took place in Milwaukee.—ed.] How many black folks do they have there anyway? 20, not including the players for the Packers? Did ACORN have to bus these black folks in? Whites outnumber blacks in Green Bay about 100-to-1, yet those white people were willing to take a butt kicking while leaving the fair in order to avoid being called racists.
And black flash mobs are happening all over the country, like in Peoria, IL where cops told residents to “stay in your homes,” to avoid the mobs. Seriously? That’s the solution. In America?
Jackson’s observation that non-blacks have been intimidated into not fighting back against attacks is all too accurate. He continues, identifying the mindset that leads to the riots, as Mike D’Virgilio and I noted three weeks ago:
Black people in America are being told that they are owed something. Flash mobs are robbing stores, stealing, like a swarm of locusts, and little is happening to stop them.
White people are too afraid to fight back, because they don’t want to risk being called racists. Can you imagine an America where you’d rather take an butt kicking than be called a racist? We’re there. To quote Visa: PRICELESS!
The CBC is the newest flash mob, running around the country fomenting racial hatred. That’s what Democrats do. Andre Carson and others of the CBC are only doing what good Democrats do when their backs are against the wall: Intimidate.
Jackson then makes a dire but all too plausible prediction:
When Obama loses the next election, you are getting a look at what America will look like for some time. Black flash mobs will roam the cities saying that the Republicans ripped them off. Black Liberals will have the built-in excuse that “The Tea Party didn’t want the black president to succeed…and chickens coming home to roost,” both favorite mantras of the great black Left.
Obama’s loss in 2012 will be the political equivalent of the OJ verdict, giving black Liberals an excuse to continue to be victims. “We have our chance, but the white man wouldn’t let the black president succeed.”
Read the full column here.
S.T. Karnick is editor of The American Culture http://stkarnick.com/culture/, where this first appeared. It was reprinted in Conservative Battleline Online.
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