Skip to comments.In Florida Racialist Black Leaders Found A Cause.Unfortunately,The Wrong One RE:Zimmerman/Martin
Posted on 03/26/2012 6:30:26 AM PDT by joeclarke
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Pulitzer Prize winning Eugene Robinson of the Washington Post has joined the fray with black leaders across the country, who are calling for the lynching of Hispanic George Zimmerman for his self-defense shooting of Trayvon Martin. Mr. Robinson, a professorial racialist akin to the likes of Jesse Jackson, Louis Farrakhan, and Al Sharpton, also rushed to judgment in 2006 when multiple white Duke Lacrosse players were falsely accused of the hate crime of raping a black stripper at a college party. Robinson remarked back then, "It's impossible to avoid thinking of all the black women who were violated by drunken white men in the American South over the centuries."
Statistically, it is an extremely rare occasion for a white person to murder a black, as opposed to blacks perpetrating crimes against whites, yet the enormously overlooked crimes of blacks killing blacks are ignored by liberal blacks as well as white liberals, who must presume that black on black crime is a necessary constant that must be accepted and cannot be remedied.
The press has not done well to depict the baby-faced Trayvon as the innocent kid - even as it is now known that one witness has testified that the 6' 2" Trayvon was seen on top of a crying Mr. Zimmerman, flailing away, breaking his nose, and bloodying his head - before he was fatally shot. To racialists it is the perfect storm, but to the rest of the country it is pure and simple media bias of the most disgusting sort.
I guess I was remiss in not making the point.. first, I am not a Gore fan. Gore's daughter revealed facts that the Democrats planned to start race riots.
I remember how racial violence was used in the 1960s. The violence was mostly man-made and the man was more often than not white and left of center. We all knew that but there was very little way to question the tactics. No Internet, no modern talk radio.
As for 2000, Gore would not have been blamed for the race riots. On the contrary. Bush was being set up to be accused of not responding to "the will of the people."
It was clear to me at the time -- at the time meaning November 2000 -- that race riots were on the agenda.
The press was blabbing about "the will of the people" -- the riots would have segued into demands for Bush to yield to Gore.
The press would start "reporting" that Bush should acknowledge "the will of the people" and stop the bloodshed and destruction. Gore got the most popular votes, let him be president. No doubt in my mind that was one of the Democrats' schemes. Probably Number One.
Gore stopped it.
IMO the quotes in Frum's column prove it. Thanks to a radio interview a couple of years ago I was able to have the host ask Frum about it; but he did not remember the 2002 column. He said he would check. I have no idea beyond that.
Thank you for the link.
I know Dems planned to start race riots. I have a friend who worked with a Leftist at a computer company who still had friends at her old job working for some major league Leftist, non-profit group (can’t remember the name now) who told my friend that if Bush won there were going to riots.
That’s when I became really concerned and I told all of my friends to get ready.
What do you think happened when Raila Odinga (Obama’s cousin) in Kenya narrowly lost the vote for Kenyan prez? Raila had his Muzzie and non-Muzzie supporters go out and riot killing a large number of people. It was quite obvious who started that.
I’m glad Gore stopped it but it would have been pretty obvious that if Gore had not stopped the possible conflagration it would have been his tacit permission by silence that would allowed it to occur.
Recall that shortly before the 2004 election the “sainted” Lizzy Edwards said that “If the right guy wins there won’t be riots”.
Supporter: Kerry’s going to take PA.
Liz Edwards: I know that.
Supporter: I’m just worried there’s going to be riots afterwards.
Liz Edwards: Uh.....well...not if we win.
(ring a bell?)
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