You know this.
This case is as much about politics and media bias as it is the events that actually transpired. To dismiss "hypothetical reasoning" in this case would be like ignoring the politics and spin surrounding last years Tucson shooting.
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This absurd political theatre of the left is fast becoming a well rehearsed traveling circus. They have made it common practice now to exploit these tragic situations for personal reasons. Maybe it's to replenish the well of white guilt. Maybe to galvanize the black vote for November, maybe it's just to keep these archaic dinosaurs called Jackson and Sharpton, relevant. But it's time that decent people started calling them out on this. We've got schools handing out skittles for lunch. Sports teams striking ridiculous poses. Black Panthers and "dead or alive" posters. This is just the beginning of what could turn ugly and viral pretty quickly.
Chicago has suffered record instances of gang murders this year and the last. Many innocent victims, including african-americans, have been caught in the cross fire and tragically lost their lives. A sweet six-year old black girl was just shot down on her porch. I wonder what kind of candy she liked to eat? Chicago is where Jackson and this President live. Why is there no sustained outrage or 'soul searching" about her death? Why aren't sports teams writing her name on their over-priced basketball shoes?
Obama's former Chief of Staff is the mayor there. Is that why there's silence? Are they only going to produce this pathetic kind of street drama for incidents where there are no democrats in charge? This is hypocrisy and it's ugly. If anymore blood comes of this, it is on their hands.
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'You get what you deserve, white boy': Boy, 13, doused in gasoline and set alight in racially-motivated attackYou let me know if these fit the bill.
By PAUL THOMPSON
UPDATED: 21:28 EST, 4 March 2012
Police are investigating a possible race hate attack after a 13-year-old boy was doused in gasoline and set on fire.
The teenager, who suffered first degree burns to his face and hands, is white and his two attackers black.
His mother Melissa Coon said the attackers told her son 'This is what you deserve. You get what you deserve, white boy'.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz1q4rw5dmk
Is political correctness to blame for lack of coverage over horrific black-on-white killings in America's Deep South?
By DAVID GARDNER
UPDATED: 04:53 EST, 16 October 2009
It was the kind of crime that strikes terror into the hearts of parents everywhere.
A bright young couple were carjacked after a Saturday night date and murdered in the most brutal way imaginable.
Christopher Newsom, 23, was tied up and raped, shot in the back of the head and then dragged to a railway track and set on fire.
His girlfriend, 21-year-old University of Tennessee student Channon Christian’s fate was even more horrific.
Her death came only after hours of torture, during which time she was raped and savaged with a broken chair leg.
She was beaten in the head and a household bleach was poured down her throat and over her bleeding and battered genital area in an attempt by her attackers to cover any evidence of rape – all while she was still alive.
Then she was ‘hog-tied’ with curtains and a strip of bedding and a plastic bag was wrapped over her face.
Her body was stashed inside five bigger rubbish liners and dumped in a bin, where, according to the autopsy report, she slowly suffocated to death.
On Monday, the alleged ringleader of the gang accused of the killings goes on trial in Knoxville, Tennessee.
One of the gang has already been convicted and sentenced to life in prison without parole.
But, even though the killings happened in January, 2007, they have attracted very little national and international coverage.
That’s because they do not fit into the conventional contours of an attack in America’s Deep South, where a shameful history of racial intolerance has meant assaults by whites on blacks have historically been regarded in the context of race.
In this case, the races were reversed: the victims were white and the four men and one woman charged in connection with the murders are black.
Ironically, the case has now generated more publicity surrounding the furore over whether or not political correctness was behind the US media’s decision to largely ignore the story than it did for the murders themselves.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz1q4uOBxiW
But I came across this story in the process. Holy Sheet:
The student on student harrassment happens everywhere. I get that. But the teachers piled on too? Maybe we need to pay them more. Maybe we can get Al and Jesse to light themselves on fire to show solidarity with the Coon family.Was Boy in K.C. Fire Attack a Victim of His School's Racist Teaching?
The boy raised his hand, eager to answer the question. "What would you know about it?" exclaimed the teacher dismissively. "You're not our race."
This was not dialogue from a Hollywood movie. According to a woman named Melissa Coon, it was what a teacher at East High School in Kansas City told her 13-year-old son, Allen, when he attempted to answer a question during Black History Month. Coon identifies that teacher as Mrs. Karla Dorsey, who is black; Allen is white.Coon states that it was merely the horrible culmination of continual racial harassment her son had to endure at East High. Moreover, after conducting an investigation that included extensive interviews with parents and students, I've learned that Coon's son is not alone. Other white students also report a pattern of racial harassment at the high school at the hands of their peers -- and, shockingly, their teachers.
Two of these victims were the twin 14-year-old daughters (first names withheld upon request) of Karin Wildeisen. Ever since their family relocated from Texas, they had endured racial animosity in the Kansas City school system and inappropriate behavior by staff, which included teachers laughing while boys humiliatingly manhandled the girls and a teacher slapping one of them on the backside. But there was far worse to come.
Where would a teacher get the idea that all whites are responsible for the Jasper tragedy? It's not hard to figure out. Black liberation theology (BLT) instructs, writes the man some regard as its father, Professor James Cone, that "all white men are responsible for white oppression." And how common is BLT? Well, Cone's books were required reading at Barack Obama's longtime house of worship in Chicago, Trinity United Church of Christ. <portions snipped>
That putting-his-hand-up-to-answer-a-question-white-piece-of-shit-bastard got whats coming to him.
re: the last paragraph...Are there any scumbags 0bama DID NOT hang out with in the Chicago area? Not to worry, the resident libs will be along to tell me how much I'm overreacting. How many scumbags is it now? I've lost count.
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