Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Donald Trump, Welcome to Jim Snow America!

Re: “Donald Trump Has a Message for Brownshirt Bernie Sanders; Read It Here!”

A reader writes today:

Mr. Trump is experiencing what Whites in this country have been experiencing for many years now. How does it feel to be White, Mr. Trump?


David In TN said...

The cuck editor of National Review just described "pushing and shoving among protesters and Trump supporters" as being what caused the Chicago cancellation.

jeigheff said...

As others have said, like Patrick Buchanan, incidents like this might wake up America, including Donald Trump.

Anonymous said...

Jerry pdx
Want to know how black America thinks? It's summed up right here in this story about the shooting of a burglar.

I caught this on MSN this morning, black teenager, Trevon Johnson, was shot by a homeowner while he was running away from robbing her house. The homeowner was a woman named Gwendolyne Jenrette. There is no mention of her race or a picture anywhere I can find. The media doesn't seem to be playing the race angle so I'm guessing she's black also, but we'll see if more info comes out in the next few days. If she is black then likelihood is this won't garner much more media attention, the lamestream media would love nothing better than to find another "Treyvon, this one would be perfect, he just doesn't have the "Y".

What jumped out at me in the article was what a "cuz" said about Trevon (I kid you not, this is an exact quote from the article):

“He was not supposed to die like this,” Harris, his cousin, told CBS. “He had a future ahead of him. Trevon had goals. He was a funny guy, very big on education, loved learning.”

Johnson was a student at D. A. Dorsey Technical College, barely a block away from where he died. He also lived in the same neighborhood, and his cousin said Liberty City shared some blame in his death.

“You have to look at it from every child’s point of view that was raised in the hood,” Harris said. “You have to understand… how he gonna get his money to have clothes to go to school? You have to look at it from his point-of-view.”

All the racial cliches are there. He had a future; he had goals (don't they all), he loved learning (learning what - better ways to burglarize people's homes?)...blah blah

Then he throws this out there: It's not his fault because he was raised in the hood, which of course means you're incapable of knowing right and wrong.
Then: He had no other way of getting money to get "clothes", yes, clothing, not food, not tuition, not money for books but CLOTHES, because god know having the latest sneakers and designer jackets are the most important things for a kid to have. They forgot to mention bling, that might even be more important.
Maybe he could have done some honest work for money, like a job...yes, a J-O-B

You have to understand his "point of view" after all, it's not his fault he emulated thugs and criminals from childhood and got himself shot (of course it's not the parents fault for putting him in that environment), and if you don't see his point of view and you're white then you must be a racist.


Anonymous said...

She must be a blackie or MSM would ve had the noose out already for her.My favorite black piece of wisdom,after one of them gets gunned down is,"I don t know who'd do this.He didn t have no enemies."