It’s all about behaviour, not skin colour

If they want to push it, then here it is:

I caught the light so I was sitting at their intersection with a chance to observe for a few minutes. They stepped into the street and started taunting the white drivers by holding their signs up against their windows and chanting something.

When young black women get worked up, their voices reach a pitch close to a dog whistle. It’s just high pitched echolalic babbling, that is intended to annoy, rather than convey information. I had my windows up so I could make out nothing. My guess is it was just some gibberish they saw on-line or on TV.

Before they got to me, the light changed and they had to retreat to the curb, which was a surprise. In the ghetto, you run into this behavior a lot. Black females will wait for the lights to change and then saunter into the cross walk, giving drivers the business, making them wait as they stroll across the street.

It is just one of the many hassles that comes with dealing with people in the ghetto. At some level, they know the rest of us would just as soon ignore the ghetto entirely, so they spend their energy making that impossible.

Shifting focus just a little, is this racist, wot, or is this racist?

Parenting magazine Baby & Family has told readers to beware of families who are “inconspicuous” and “cheerful”, as these warning signs indicate they are right wing and thus “dangerous”.

Depicted with illustrations featuring solely blonde women and children, the report says ordinary parents must take action against right-wing families and make clear that their ideology has no place in the world.

No one is more racist than the left who gave the concept of fascism its modern meaning. They’d know. Hitler’s Aryanism – differentiating on the basis of ethnicity or colour, creating heierarchies of races – that is what the left devotes so much of its time to. Do we?

It is consistently the left which brings the whole issue of race up as a skin colour issue, whereas those in that vast traditional centre, non-leftwing area which has been defined over and over on many blogs always focusses on behaviour.

Go through this blog and it’s always the behaviour which is attacked, the attitudes to others, the stupid ideas and things done. There’s not one post about skin colour per se and how anyone here hates that colour. There’ve been quotes from time to time from others.

But to reiterate, it is vastly more on our blogs about assimilating, getting a job, about traditional family, about life values, about erosion of freedoms. It goes on a lot about the newly self-entitled and her twisted ideas from the global left.

Skin colour? That is something they themselves carry on about, about misogyny. They’re the ones who’ve been brooding on it.

Which makes them the racists and then to use that as political leverage is rank dishonesty. That is what we dislike the most, that dishonesty and the way the government backs that and institutionalizes it.

As for Islamophobia, it’s all in the rapes and murders, in beating up citizens in the streets – and those are attitudes coupled with behaviour. Always the behaviour we react against. Always.

4 comments for “It’s all about behaviour, not skin colour

  1. Errol
    September 26, 2016 at 8:43 am

    Yup, spot on. This is something the media ignore entirely. No one says ‘are not ‘black lives matter’ racist? After all, their behaviour is appalling and that is how we are judging them. Playing the race card is just an excuse. But of course, they won’t as you say, to the Left making it an issue of colour excuses their behaviour.

    Remember the wwhite bloke describing the riots in London? He said ‘there were no white people here’. The BBC hated that and said ‘you can’t say that’. He corrected himself saying ok, there was a white guy there: me – hiding form the rioters who were black.’

    It is their colour that they use to excuse poor behaviour and their colour that they use to escape the consequences. SAme as the idiot teaching assistant whining about being asked ot watch a video about 9/11 – she doesn’t want to face the reality that Islam is a violent relgiion and that she is the intolerant, arrogant one. She then plays the Muslim card for the same gain.

    In an equal, fair society such wouldn’t exist. We *would* judge on character and blaming colour or religion wouldn’t be possible yet in this uptight PC world, we cannot and we let racists, egotists, terrorists continue their campaigns against civil society.

  2. Radical Rodent
    September 26, 2016 at 1:13 pm

    Regarding the teaching assistant objecting to the showing of a 9/11 video, I am not sure that was the point of her objection. She was more concerned about showing such an horrific act to 11- & 12-year old children, showing them the moments of deaths of hundreds of people, and watching others plummeting to their deaths in the aftermath. The video was X-rated, apparently; do you, Errol, think it some duty to show X-rated videos to young children? Tell them about it, yes; give them the facts about it, yes; but to subject them to viewing the actual carnage is NOT right. What next? Show them videos of the beheadings that are taking place in Saudi almost every day?

    • Ted Treen
      September 26, 2016 at 10:21 pm

      “…Show them videos of the beheadings that are taking place in Saudi almost every day?..”

      Why not? – In the context of their enforced multicultural “Muzzies are cuddly” diversity studies. It would certainly show the PC twitterings up as the bollocks that it is.

  3. September 28, 2016 at 7:17 am

    “When young black women get worked up, their voices reach a pitch close to a dog whistle. It’s just high pitched echolalic babbling, that is intended to annoy, rather than convey information.””

    As anyone who has had the misfortune to travel on a train to Southend in the delightful company of the young black ‘schoolchildren’ will know….

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