Unfortunately, the Negro in the White House has had a dire and deleterious effect on the world. It’s all about race, not economy. The Communist theory of equally distributed wealth only brings out the fact that class war, in every place where there are non-white people cohabiting white societies, the poor are in fact the darkies, the Negroes, the non-whites. Class struggle is race struggle.
Conservative talkers, ever fearful of talking about race, faithfully avoid its mention in connection with the riots across the globe. It seems that all riots are about socio-economic issues, not about race, even when racial groups riot against other races.
Yesterday Sean Hannity spoke the entire day, by radio and TV, about the riots in London, and carefully, passionately identified the riots as the result of liberalism. The expectation of government aid, the deep-seated dependency, the right to hand-outs–when denied, result in socially immature behavior, like, violence. “We’re getting our taxes back,” shouted a rioting looter. BadEagle.com brought out the fact that the rioters in Tottenham (London) were African, or, Negro. This fact, however, was discovered by research, not from media reports.
And now, today, Laura Ingraham is lamenting the complete abandonment of morality, but without any reference to Negroes making white people strip in the streets. It is a behavioral issue, not a racial issue, so say these careful conservatives. Even the BBC hid the faces of riotors, trusting that their beloved British accent would give the illusion that the knaves were white, not black.
All this, in spite of the fact that, in America, Negroes attacked white people at the Wisconsin State Fair, and in fact, the infamous Memorial Day beach closings in Chicago were caused by blacks attacking whites on the beach, and not because of heat or temperatures. The media completely lied about that, covering up the dramatic attacks and the fact that they were explicitly racial, blacks against innocent whites. Even the few news reports of “flash gangs” were careful not to make an issue of the fact that the gangs were black. That part of the story was all on personal cell phones and twitter accounts. Few professional news agencies are willing to call it what it is: black teens looking for trouble.
Chicago news likes to call it “flash mob” activity, or ‘wilding’ incidents. In the old days, in the South, it used to be called “pack niggers,” who, like wild dogs, went out to attack, to loot, to do violence–for the glory of it. (True it is, that kind of glory, itself, isn’t related to race at all.) But now days, educated liberals feel sophisticated to call is social frustration, or the pursuit of economic justice, or some other justified explanation that exonerates the packs from responsibility for their actions.
Veteran Hindu school teacher of London’s inner city system Katherine Birbalsingh posted a headline, “These riots were about race. Why ignore the fact?”
One might ask the question, What happens when Negroes are in charge, when Negroes are on the top of society? Do they behave differently then? Or, to put it abstractly, or politically correctly, what happens when the underprivileged, the economically oppressed class is placed in power (by liberals)? Well, we can first look at African countries like Somalia, Nigeria, and most importantly, South Africa. Enough said? (Or, let Ilana Mercer say it: Into The Cannibal’s Pot, Lessons for America from Post-Apartheid South Africa.)
Shall we indeed associate crime, violence, and vice with low socio-economic status? Does poverty cause sin? Here is a an interesting statement from a 19th century religious writer, Ellen G. White:
Nigh and afar off are souls weighed down by a sense of guilt. It is not hardship, toil, or poverty that degrades humanity. It is guilt, wrongdoing. This brings unrest and dissatisfaction. Christ would have His servants minister to sin-sick souls.
In other words, degradation is not measured in material things. For that matter, spiritual success isn’t, either. But, this certainly begs the question of cause in these riots and flash mobs of young blacks all over the world. And, too, obviously there are countries rioting that are not Negro countries, like Greece, and the rioters aren’t Negro. It is important to remember that. Racial prejudice is, at beast, a natural self-defense tactic, and never a position of policy making.
The same behavior can be manifested for different reasons, or for no reason at all. There is such a thing and vice–the thrill of sin. The exhilaration of violence. The satisfaction of blood. We’re talking about soul-less animal behavior. Indeed, worse than animal behavior. Animals kill to eat. Humans kill for pleasure. Satanic pleasure.
It’s too easy to call it socio-economic depression. It’s far too easy to explain it as frustration, want, or even envy, though these things are involved, no doubt. Actually, it is much more difficult to explain it that way. The easiest, simplest explanation, the scientific explanation, the “parsimony,” is just blood lust. Instant power. Power over other human beings. It is a very bodily, personal thing.
Gang behavior, itself, is the first concern of an ancient, wise Jewish father to all his wealthy sons, indeed, the youth of Israel:
My son, if sinners entice thee, consent thou not. If they say, Come with us, let us lay wait for blood, let us lurk privily for the innocent without cause: Let us swallow them up alive as the grave; and whole, as those that go down into the pit: We shall find all precious substance, we shall fill our houses with spoil: Cast in thy lot among us; let us all have one purse: My son, walk not thou in the way with them; refrain thy foot from their path: For their feet run to evil, and make haste to shed blood. Proverbs 1: 10-16.
One might have thought that sexual temptations would be the first concerns for the youth. But, no, it is gang behavior. This is Solomon writing.
In other words, gang behavior has nothing to do with wealth, or poverty. And it has nothing to do with race. It is a mind set, a power grab, an instant thrill of lawlessness and raw aggression. It is addictive, and compulsive.
The compassion young black people need isn’t money to buy things with. It’s the truth–about themselves. Those who have compassion for black youth need to tell them the truth. That would be the fatherly thing to do. That would be social parenting.
To Be Continued.