Saturday, April 17, 2010

Race Relations

If a group of white individuals attacked an African-American person, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, the New York Times, and the remainder of the mainstream media would be calling for an investigation and for punishment. But look what happens when the shoe is on the other foot.

In New York City on Easter Sunday black gangs attacked patrons who attended the auto show at the Javits Center. 33 persons were arrested and property damage and personal injuries were substantial. As a side note, African-Americans make up 24% of New York City’s population but committed 68.5% of all murders, rapes, robberies, and assaults in the city last year. I guess this is what Al Sharpton means when he says African-Americans want a bigger piece of the pie.

In July 2009, Marty Marshall and his family of six were attacked by dozens of black teenage boys who shouted “This is our world" and "This is a black world" as they beat Marshall and his family. This took place in Akron, OH. In Iowa City, Iowa, a town that has only 2,700 African-Americans out of a population of 67,000, gangs of black thugs attacked white individuals at random.

In December 2009 and February 19, 2010 African-American “students” attacked Asian students in Philadelphia. Similar incidents also took place in New York City. Of course you would not know that these were racial incidents since the local news media did not mention the race of the thugs.

Within the past month Kansas City has been the scene of at least two race riots.
The one constant in all of these incidents is the fact that the main stream media was silent on the race of the thugs. If you read their account of the stories it sounded like a groups of teenagers of all races decided to go on a rampage.

Racial violence against any group is wrong. However, where are the voices of politicians, the media, and the professional race baiters such as Sharpton and Jackson when whites are being targeted by African-Americans?
Submitted by The Great Patriot, JIM

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