Race war? [2]

This is part two. For those of a sensitive disposition, these clips ‘contain language’, as they say:

What thinkest thou? Are the speakers believable? Will it happen like that, as the PTB are so desperately angling for?

Here is a ‘white’ take on it:

There’s no possible point of contact between the world views expressed in those two articles. Those in favor of the rule of law can point out until they’re blue in the face the fact – the undeniable, empirical, verifiable fact – that black Americans commit far more crimes per capita, relative to their proportion of the US population, than do whites. However, black Americans and their sympathizers and apologists simply don’t care. That’s irrelevant, as far as they’re concerned. They, in turn, can point out until they’re blue in the face the undeniable, verifiable fact that racism has been a major factor in the way their community has been treated by police in many states and cities for decades. That’s true – but the pro-law-and-order faction tend to discount or disregard it, insisting that only facts matter, not what they prefer to think of as ‘perceptions’. They aren’t perceptions at all – the evidence proving institutionalized racism is so overwhelming as to be beyond contention – yet that reality is ignored.

So where do we go from here? I honestly don’t know. Sadly, I believe the real explosion of conflict has yet to come. Radicals – and radicalized criminals – in the black community are building up a head of steam that must inevitably find release sooner or later. Similarly, those in favor of the rule of law – and I include myself in the latter group – are simply not prepared to allow others to ride roughshod over the standards of civilization – embodied in the constitution and laws of this country – that we hold dear, no matter how provoked they may feel or perceive themselves to be. The irresistible force is on track to run headlong into the immovable object . . . and the outcome is very, very likely to be bloody, because neither side is about to back down.

Things happen because of perceptions, more often, not realities. You can quote stats at people but if those wanting something intend to get it and have the power, they suppress those stats.

It’s the perceptions which trigger things.

5 comments for “Race war? [2]

  1. Errol
    September 13, 2016 at 8:50 pm

    There’s a basic problem: black folks, Lefty racists and other such abusers don’t like when they are called on their poor behaviour, attitude, ignorance, arrogance or criminality. They then place the race/gender/wealth card. This protects them from the truth that they are the problem.

    When a black person shouts, screams, rants and demands special treatment, I will treat him with contempt because that is what he deserves. It isn’t because he is black, it is because he’s a cretin. The same applies to a white scum bag. These people are deeply racist, utterly obsessed with their skin colour as the thing that holds them back because it’s easier than making the necessary changes to their lives.

    ‘Feminists’ demand the same thing – special treatment based on gender without putting the effort in to earn it.

    • September 13, 2016 at 9:15 pm

      Yep.

    • Ted Treen
      September 14, 2016 at 1:43 pm

      Totally spot-on. Your comment leaves me with nothing further to add.

  2. Henry Kaye
    September 14, 2016 at 2:42 pm

    Errol’s posting is about right but I have to add one comment based on my own experience of living in “black” country for 30 years. It is that there a great many black people who are living perfectly respectable lives and should not be included in any generalisation, although Errol’s point as applied to those causing all the troubles today, is absolutely spot on.

  3. Lord T
    September 14, 2016 at 4:26 pm

    The history of our species is littered with the moderate dead. Those that don’t deserve what happened to them but they get caught up in the gears and are converted to paste. I don’t expect the process of dealing with these BLM people and the muslims to be any different.

    So many people think that everyone follows the rules and that they are the only ones who do not. As society changes we adapt and if it means crossing the line then people will start doing it. Not me of course, law abiding to the end.

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