Results 1 to 2 of 2
  1. #1 The Press has discovered racism, and it's in you --- yes, you 
    An Adversary of Linda #'s
    Join Date
    Aug 2005
    The press discovers 'unconscious racism'

    The Press has discovered racism, and it's in you --- yes, you, the ones who have doubts about Obama.

    How was the AP able to read your ugly racist mind? By looking at word association, a method that was pioneered a hundred years ago by psychologist Carl Jung. It turns out that for almost half of the voters blacks are associated with words like "violent" and "lazy." AP along with psychologists at Stanford University found that "40 percent of all white Americans hold at least a partly negative view toward blacks, and that includes many Democrats and independents."

    Well, I could have told them that. How many people walk into a black inner city neighborhood at night without fear? Including black people?

    Let's suppose the AP's results are true, just for the sake of argument. The next question should be: Do negative attitudes toward blacks reflect reality or prejudice? As Alan Keyes often says, is it just adult judgment to be critical of many blacks (especially those who blindly follow Al Sharpton and Jeremiah Wright) or is it irrational race hatred?

    Can you think of any reason why the word "black" might be associated with "violent" in America? Well, P Diddy can. He was recently quoted as saying in regard to Sarah Palin:

    ""Alaska, M*****F*****? ... There's not even no crackheads in Alaska. There's not even no blacks in Alaska. There's not even no crime."

    Now Mr. P Diddy is a gangster rapper. Violence, anybody? Gangster rap is the music of gang bangers that has been popularized and celebrated by white and black media. No matter how many blacks and white get hurt in the process.

    Even Louis Farrakhan is critical of black crime and social pathology. The only black leaders who are not critical of bad stuff like that are Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Al Sharpton, and Jesse Jackson -- and they are cynically profiting from black suffering in order to blame it all on whitey.

    So are 40 percent of whites wrong to be critical of black crime, when P Diddy associates blacks with crime? "There's not even no crime" in Alaska, said the gentleman.

    Well, let's try this other "sophisticated" psychological test.

    What are your first word associations with:

    1. Clarence Thomas

    2. Condoleezza Rice

    3. Thomas Sowell

    4. Rosa Parks

    5. Bill Cosby

    6. New Orleans Jazz

    7. Duke Ellington

    8. J.C. Watts

    9. Col. Allen West

    10. Colin Powell

    I can tell you some of mine. Clarence Thomas: warmth, courage, admiration. Condi Rice: Guts, achievement, grace, beauty. Rosa Parks: Heroism. New Orleans Jazz: happiness. Col. Alan West: guts, heroism, spine, morality.

    You see, what's happened here is that blacks as a group have been screwed by the media, white and black, which has elevated gangster rappers over heroes. That has only been true since the rise of the Politically Correct culture, the rise of the Black and White Left.

    What has happened since the Civil Rights revolution is a lethal failure of leadership in much of the black community -- not all of it, thank heavens. But the courageous people who have taken a stand against social pathology in the black inner city neighborhoods are often attacked and abused for it. Even Barack Obama was attacked by Jesse Jackson after being critical of black rates of social pathology.

    This is another reason why Barack Obama should not be elected. Obama may have the capacity to grow to a mature and positive leader of the black community, one who can help lead his people out of their self-imposed slavery -- to drugs, to violence, to glorification of music that celebrates women as "hos" and "bitches," and men as "n words." The media, black and white, and the music industry, have done a terrible, terrible disservice to black people ever since the rise of Politically Correct politics. Before that the music industry was one of the great symbols of black creativity and achievement. Just think"gospel," "jazz," "soul music," "Motown," "rhythm and blues."

  2. #2  
    Senior Member GrumpyOldLady's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    . It turns out that for almost half of the voters blacks are associated with words like "violent" and "lazy.".... is it irrational race hatred?
    Considering what I see each and every time I go into my city here, or into Philly, I have to say it's ACCURATE and saying what is obviously true is not racism - it's just true.

    Coming from blacks in the cities here -
    The anti-white racism.
    The violence in the rap music that is TOO LOUD and pounding the city streets.
    The crime rates.
    The pathetic inability of blacks to dress themselves properly (baggy pants, hats barely on and then on sideways).

    Violent. Lazy. Ignorant. Complaining.

    Yep. That describes what I see coming from blacks in the city here and in Philly (where I often go).
    If leftists didn't have double standards, they'd have no standards at all.

Posting Permissions
  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts