Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Race Mob Violence and Obama

Now that it has happened, the wonder is that it didn't happen sooner. I am talking about the race-mob violence in cities like Denver. It started in 2009, according to John T. Bennett.

In 2009, a four month wave of mayhem broke out in Denver. There were at least 26 violent robberies committed by two black gangs. The victims were -- without exception -- whites and Hispanics. When the dust settled from that initial spate of violence, victims were left with injuries ranging from a skull fracture to broken noses and shattered eye sockets.

Of course the Denver police and the media did not alert people to the fact that these incidents were caused by black gangs were operating out of their neighborhoods. They didn't alert the public to the racial nature of the events at all until the local TV news finally broke ranks at the end of 2009.

Of course the rest of the mainstream media are soft-pedaling the race angle of this, as they have soft-pedaled black violence for half a century.

This wave of racist flash mob violence presents our national leadership with an astonishing opportunity to end the race madness of the last 50 years, the post-civil rights era.

Here we are in 2011 with a black president and a black attorney general. They can make history by initiating a national conversation on race and race violence. Race violence is unacceptable when it is white guys in sheets and it is unacceptable when it is black guys in baggy pants and reversed baseball caps.

But I don't think that President Obama and Attorney General Holder will do that. They are race-based politicians and, give them credit, they actually believe the poisonous race doctrines of the race industry and the identity left.

But they are standing in the way of history. America desperately wants to get beyond the corruption and the hate of race cards and race hustlers.

Think of it: here we are with a black president and a black attorney general. It is the ideal moment to close down the evil of liberal race politics. But Obama and Holder won't do it. They wouldn't know where to start.

Unfortunately, the people that will suffer for their ignorance and their bigotry are the African Americans. They desperately need a politician to lead them out of the land of racial Egypt and into the Promised Land of race harmony. But don't look for Obama to be that leader. Because he just doesn't get it.

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