First in a series of posts joining my favorite liberals with their various counterparts.
Featured today, Liberals and their canine counterparts. Enjoy.
1. Hillary Clinton
2. Michael Moore
3. Barnie Frank
4. Jesse Jackson
5. Rachel Maddow
6. Chris Matthews
7. Barackus Obamus
8. Nancy Pelosi
10. Elizabeth Warren
Would be some work, but tracking instances and putting them in one place for all to see in real time would be enlightening if done right.
by Civilus Defendus, with a hat tip to Kali Politus
STAGE 1: INFILTRATION
- First migration wave to non-Muslim “host” country.
- Appeal for humanitarian tolerance from the host society.
- Attempts to portray Islam as a peaceful & Muslims as victims of misunderstanding and racism (even though Islam is not a ‘race’).
- High Muslim birth rate in host country increase Muslim population.
- Mosques used to spread Islam and dislike of host country & culture.
- Calls to criminalize “Islamophobia” as a hate crime.
- Threatened legal action for perceived discrimination.
- Offers of “interfaith dialogue” to indoctrinate non-Muslims.
How many nations are suffering from Islamic infiltration? One? A handful? Nearly every nation? The Islamic ‘leadership” of the Muslim Brotherhood and others wish to dissolve each…
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“If you fight me, I will fight back. If you shoot at me I will shoot back. By law I am unable to walk away.”
“Here’s a reality check. While narcissistic liberal journalists and college kids are all posting “hands up” selfies in hipster solidarity with Ferguson protesters, it’s law-enforcement officers who risk their lives in “war zones” every day across the country” – Michelle Malkin August 15th, 2014
Generally speaking it is not productive for any White Anglo-Saxon Protestant Male to engage in debate on race, particularly if their position is not in line with Progressive Malarkey and supported by skewed data. Why? Because regardless of how logical and true any argument might be it is immediately dismissed because the person making the argument is not black. Hardly a valid position and certainly counterproductive especially since the blame tends to be directed towards whites. The frustration of blacks trying to argue their case is further exacerbated by the fact that white people simply don’t get it. We don’t get it because it doesn’t make sense. It doesn’t make sense, not because we’re white and can’t understand, but because it is a fundamentally flawed argument that is rooted in disassociation, blame and total lack accountability. There are many admirable and dignified African-American leaders that understand this, but they are dismissed and villainized by the liberal media, progressive socialists, the black community and their ostensible “leaders” such as Sharpton, Jackson, Holder et atl.
It’s a downright shame. It’s frustrating and sad to see that the real changes that need to be made to improve the lives of black communities in America sabotaged by the very people they’ve apotheosized.
So that’s my short WASP take on race relations. I’ll admit, I’m not Black, I’m no expert on African-American studies and I have yet to be subjected to the Academic indoctrination hitherto, however I am self-made, not born into privilege and a proud American protected by the same civil rights (arguably less protected being a white male) established under the Constitution of the United States.
With that said, here is are a few of the grievances raised by those who disagree with the Grand Jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson for his use of deadly force against the unarmed Michael Brown and a rebuttal based upon logic, not emotion, hatred or castigation:
1. Ferguson has a Disprop0rtionately White Police Force not Representative of the Community it Serves
What is preventing Blacks from becoming police officers in Ferguson? Are young black men and women encouraged to serve in this respect within their communities? Try looking at this from the perspective of the police officers. They have chosen to SERVE and PROTECT a community that is equally unrepresentative of themselves. In fact, the white officers are more in tune with the problems in Ferguson than just about any other non-black. Perhaps if they were respected by the community and they adopted a position of gratitude and cooperation for their service and protection then Ferguson would be a safer place, absent of veneration for criminal behavior and depravity. If a primary purpose of the Civil Rights movement for blacks is racial equality and equal footing in America, then it should be understood that the footing can and should be advanced, but the climb up the mountain remains the same for everyone.
2. Michael Brown was an Unarmed Teenager
Teenager, yes he was, but he was also a man. Michael Brown was not a child nor was he innocent, he was an adult and capable of making decisions for himself…right or wrong. His first poorly made decision of the day was to get high. His next decision was to steal a box of cigarillos from a business in his community. At this point Mr. Brown could have made a number of other, better decisions, but he decided to walk down the middle of the street knowing that walking down the middle of the street is not a good idea and that police may be looking for him since he just committed strong armed robbery. Mr. Brown was not dumb, he managed to graduate high school just days earlier and he was capable of knowing right from wrong. Now after making a series of poor choices he decided to keep it going and when stopped by Officer Wilson did not follow directions. Do you think Mr. Brown was capable of understanding that if a police officer stops you in the process of breaking the law you have but a few choices: Submit, flee or go on the offensive. Going on the offensive against law enforcement as Mr. Brown did generally results in the officer using what force he is authorized to use in order to protect himself which includes….you guessed it, deadly force.
Bottom line: Officer Darren Wilson was doing his job and Michael Brown made a series of VERY bad decisions. The black community and it’s leaders need to stop blaming anything and everything else for his death. They should instead look critically inward and consider taking some accountability for what happened.
3. There is a Pattern of Police Targeting Young Black Men in America
Yes….yes there is. Each summer when I’m tending to my garden I routinely check the status of my plants and vegetables to see how they’re coming along. One year my carrots kept being dug up and eaten. I determined it was deer by the hoof tracks I found in the soil, so the next year I put in a fence. The next year my corn grew smut and the ears were not full, but my carrots did very well. When trying to find out what caused the smut I could immediately rule out the deer. Police target young black men in crime ridden areas because they are committing the crimes. Why do people have such a hard time understanding that? So they are not the victims? Here are some figures:
- Blacks are seven times more likely than people of other races to commit murder, and eight times more likely to commit robbery.
- Blacks were 7.2 time more likely to commit interracial rape even after controlling for differences in population size and for the higher general rate of rape for Blacks. This may suggest a deliberate targeting of Whites.
- A large number of studies have examined the relationship between percentage of Black population in an area and crime. Almost all have found a higher percentage of Blacks in the area to be associated with more violent crime and most have found such a relationship with other types of crimes.
- Violent crime rates increased slightly in 2012 for blacks but remained stable for whites and Hispanics.
4. The Grand Jury in the Ferguson Case was not composed of his “peers”
The use of the word “peers” is not meant to mean “other black people”. Peers refers to a Jury of Fellow Citizens chosen at random. This was adopted in our court systems to ensure we were not subjected to trial by a singular entity and ensures evidence is presented in a clear way so that the average person can make an educated determination of one’s guilt or innocence. It is the fairest system in the history of human civilization. Manipulation of the Grand Jury system in any way would undermine all possibility of an unbiased outcome and this “system” is an instrumental tool in upholding all of our Civil Rights. If we were to alter the jury to conform with the demands of those who oppose the decision made in Ferguson it would be no different than manipulating a random jury for a white defendant to load the dices in their favor. Altering this system would jeopardize everyone’s liberty and right to a fair trial.
What bothers me the most about their logic when it comes to this particular issue is that it insinuates that all White’s are racist and unable to make an unbiased decision when it comes to a black defendant. Who’s really the racist here?
5. “The Process is Broken” and the US justice system is “failing young black people“
”We are profoundly disappointed that the killer of our child will not face the consequence of his actions” – Brown Parents
But he is facing the consequences. He is likely to resign from the force and will have a target on his back for the remainder of his life. Can anyone seriously think for a minute that Darren Wilson woke up that morning itching to go out and kill someone? He will have to live with the fact that he took another life and any remorse he might harbor will fall on deaf ears due to the real bias that exists in the main stream media and their low information minions.
Is it possible for me to try and put myself in the shoes of Michael Brown’s parents? Not completely, but I can try. In fact I have felt the loss of a child and it tests every ounce of faith and logic a parent has within them. My child was not killed by another person so I was unable to even contemplate blaming another human being. I tried to blame God for a moment, but it didn’t take him long to set me straight.
I live in predominantly white rural community. We do have black police officers and had my son behaved in the way Mr. Brown did and it resulted in a black officer shooting my son in self defense I would have serious difficulty placing complete blame on the officer and feeling right about it, even before a trial took place. With the evidence that was presented to the Grand Jury and their subsequent decision not to indict Officer Wilson, it would be a further stretch trying to imagine myself desperately associating blame to anything or anyone else but myself. Eventually the truth would reveal itself in the form of accountability and that is the real issue in Ferguson.
“But what is also true is that there are still problems, and communities of color aren’t just making these problems up. –OBAMA
You’re right Barry, there are still problems and communities of color are not making them up. Race Baiters like Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Mark Lamont Hill, Eric Holder and yourself are doing that for them. Since your efforts to advance the black race have been so successful I can understand why you may not be looking for ideas that are “outside the box”. When it aint broke….? So if something goes wrong and you’re willing to try a new approach here are a few suggestions not necessarily in order of importance:
Encourage, promote and incentive with all earnestness the two parent household and its numerous benefits.
Promote affinity and the positive attributes of all dignified leaders regardless of race and political differences, past and present, instead of glorifying musicians, athletes and celebrities. Their success was possible because of our liberty, our founders and a constitution.
Encourage faith and the benefits of a loving relationship with God, country, community and all Americans.
Encourage respect for elders, woman, other human beings and the self in addition to accountability, dignity and responsibility.
Discourage dependence and idleness. The stigma of being on welfare has been slowly eroded while the ease and number of single black mothers of public assistance has increased. Being dependent upon the government as an acceptable way of life, when one is capable of contributing should be looked down upon.
Promote, incentivize and encourage community service.
The above suggestions are not exclusive to any race. They are simply some of the best practices I’ve come to understand as being the hallmarks of strong decent people and communities. No person or community, regardless of their frustration or anger towards authority or other human beings would promote or allow ANYONE to come in and destroy it, particularly if they have a vested interest on multiple levels in its success and the subsequent impact that success has on their future generations.