Tuesday, August 21, 2007

More Illusions and Lies

Jesse Lee Peterson wrote about brown on black crime in Black Americans die while their leaders fiddle. I've seen indications of this (such as Newark) in the news but didn't put it together and realize it was such a problem, probably for the reasons he explains.

Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, the NAACP, Newark Mayor Booker, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and others work to promote the false illusion that blacks and Hispanics are united, while they ignore the cold reality that blacks are being targeted daily.

At a recent press conference in Chicago, Sharpton continued promulgating the unity lie, saying, "We [blacks and Hispanics] need to sit down and see how we can share power in Chicago. …"

Jackson went so far as to provide cover to then-Mexican President Vicente Fox after Fox's insulting comments that "illegals do the work that even blacks won't do."

If blacks were under this kind of attack from whites, these same hypocrites would be marching in the streets.

In reality, black and Hispanic "leaders" have a false alliance because their union is based on a mutual hatred of the "white man." They seek to build a coalition of minority voters to get whites out of power.

Fighting an almost nonexistent enemy while ignoring an actual, dangerous enemy in your midsts. There is a lot of that going around. It's become the American way.

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