It’s Time to Have an Honest Conversation About Race…
It’s time for us to let go of our pretty “PC” fairy tales, face the facts, and have an honest talk about race.
This weekend riot police were called in when crowds of wilding young people brought violence, looting and vandalism to the streets of Keene, New Hampshire during its annual Pumpkin Festival. And despite the lamestream media’s refusal to discuss the race of the perpetrators, it was obvious to any non-blind person with a television set that there basically one race and one race only that was endangering the law-abiding people of Keene:
It seems like whenever you turn on the news or open your newspaper, there’s a story about some white buck having been caught running afoul of the law. Sure, we’ve been taught to say out loud that “anyone of any race” could have perpetrated whatever crimes we might see being reported, but c’mon — we know.
The guy who holds up the drug store with a gun? White. The guy who pulls an assault rifle on the bartender who won’t serve him for being intoxicated? White. The professional football player convicted of raping a young woman? White. Hell, last month there was even a national news story about a family reunion in Alaska that required police intervention because no one was civilized enough to keep their violent impulses in check for even a few hours. The PC police made sure that none of the news stations covering that story once mentioned the race of the perps. Not that they had to tell us the family was white. We all knew.
Of course, anyone with a modicum of common sense could have predicted what happened at the Keene Pumpkin Festival. Most of the thugs that took part in the lawlessness were raised in families where the father spends his days working boring and useless middle management careers, rather than being home where he’s needed. And those fathers that are home are usually there because they’ve been laid off from work, and aren’t out having meaningful middle-managment careers they way they should.
In fact, most of the rioters were students going to college at a State school that someone else — parents, the government, taxpayers — were flipping the bill for. Honestly, you raise white kids in an environment where school is just magically paid for without them ever having to hold down a full time job, and what did you think was going to happen? In allowing them to be handed them a life of freebies, we are all collectively responsible for the state of white youth today. They might as well have been born feral.
Now sure, we all know that the media is going to pretend that what happened in Keene has nothing to do with those kids being white. But it’s important to pay attention to what the media won’t show you. They won’t show the Facebook pages of the kids that go to Keene College, who regularly post pictures of themselves openly flaunting the law with their so-called “gangstah” lifestyle. I’m talking about pictures like this:
Those white kids that go to Keene? They spent their formative years listening to music that taught them that being a gangster thug was the way to be cool if you were a guy, and dressing like a stripper was the way to be popular if you were a girl. They were raised on television shows that showed them that made heroes of white drug traffickers, street gangs, and serial killers. They were even encouraged by their so-called “communities” to dress for school in anti-social “gangstah” dress like this. Those kids never had a chance.
And where, I ask you, is the white leadership in all of this?
The leaders of both houses of congress are each white men, as is the vice-President. So too is the leader of almost every single large religious order in America. Our celebrity magazines are peppered with white professional athletes, actors, movie directors and musicians. Where are their voices in all of this? Why are they not coming forward to condemn the white community, the white family, and young white people whenever you see a news story about some white guy doing something they shouldn’t have? Ted Cruz is on every news show on every network these days; when is he going to speak up and tell his people that they are the problem? Why isn’t Rick Perry or John Oliver or Glenn Beck or Bill Maher on their way to Keene, NH right now, to stand with those that want white communities to start being part of the solution? The silence of white politicians and celebrities is truly deafening.
It’s time to stop kidding ourselves.
It’s time to have an honest conversation about race.
Although not everyone will actually wear the thong in the fitting room
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