NBC, Sharpton, Jackson, Obama, Holder, Lee, et al, stoke racist flames

April 2, 2012, 4:39 pm


“This is what you deserve. You get what you deserve, white boy.” This is what two Kansas City black teens told a younger white child. The black kids poured gasoline on the white kid and set him on fire a month ago (see here also). Did you even know this happened? Do you remember the 2007, big “Jena 6″ lie in which six black teens beat up a white kid in Jena, Louisiana, and Al Sharpton hailed it as “the start of the 21st century civil rights movement.” The white teen who was assaulted in 2006 had nothing to do with the hoo-ha. Some 18,000 “protesters” swarmed Jena demanding that the black teens, the so-called “Jena 6,” be released from custody — for beating up an innocent bystander. Now we have the story of the death of Trayvon Martin, edited by NBC to sound like a racist crime, but which is in fact just an incident report. Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, President Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, and Spike Lee are unethically throwing gasoline on a fire — incident — that no one knows who ignited. Again we have political correctness gone mad. Basically, blood libel.

NBC sprayed race-card gasoline when it creatively edited the transcripts of the 911 call regarding the death of Trayvon Martin (see here also):

In the NBC segment, Zimmerman says: “This guy looks like he’s up to no good. He looks black.”

The full version, though, unfolds like this:

Zimmerman: “This guy looks like he’s up to no good, or he’s on drugs or something. It’s raining and he’s just walking around, looking about.”

911 operator: “Okay. And this guy, is he white black or Hispanic?”

Zimmerman: “He looks black.”

There’s a big difference between NBC’s “version” and the truth. Anyone who’s made a 911 call about a potential suspect in a crime has been asked, “Is he white black or Hispanic?” Are all 911 call centers racist?


Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson have already tried and convicted the man who shot Trayvon Martin — despite the fact there’s been no indictment, trial or conviction. But we know that Sharpton and Jackson are cheap, bigoted race-bating extortionists (see here and here).

One would think that President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder would know a little bit about the law — you know, basics like a person is presumed innocent until proven guilty. They don’t. They’ve publicly and irresponsibly chosen sides despite their positions at the top of American politics.

Spike Lee heard a rumor about a house supposedly associated with the name, “Zimmerman,” which happens to be the last name of the man who allegedly shot Trayvon Martin. Lee used Twitter to distribute the address of the house which happened to be owned by an elderly couple who had nothing to do with Martin being shot. Spike might as well of thrown a Molotov cocktail:

… Soon after, Elaine McClain, 70, and her husband David McClain, 72, started receiving hate mail and threats that eventually pushed them out of their home and into a hotel. …

To these “public figures,” reverse discrimination is par for the course. They care not about the real victims of political correctness:

The mother of a 13-year-old boy who says he was set on fire by two teens said Monday that her son is having a difficult time after he suffered first-degree burns.

“It’s hard for him,” the boy’s mother told KCTV5 Monday. “It’s hard for us as a family having to deal with this.”

Other media outlets have identified the boy’s mother. KCTV5 is not doing so because the boy is a minor and no one has been charged.

Part of the police investigation has included attempting to verify the veracity of the boy’s claims.

This prompted the boy’s mother earlier this month to complain that police were treating her son as a suspect.

“It’s very frustrating because I feel like we’re being brushed off and there’s nothing that is happening for us,” the mother said Monday. …


Selwyn Duke of the The Moral Liberal has dug even deeper into the ugly situation in Kansas City:

The boy raised his hand, eager to answer the question. “What would you know about it?” exclaimed the teacher dismissively. “You’re not our race.”

This was not dialogue from a Hollywood movie. According to a woman named Melissa Coon, it was what a teacher at East High School in Kansas City told her 13-year-old son, Allen, when he attempted to answer a question during Black History Month. Coon identifies that teacher as Mrs. Karla Dorsey, who is black; Allen is white.

As has already been reported, Allen was a victim of a vicious racial attack last week in which two older black teens doused him with gasoline and set him alight, saying “This is what you deserve. You get what you deserve, white boy.” Not surprisingly, Coon has pulled her son out of East High and, concerned about further racial violence, intends to leave the K.C. area.

While this crime is making headlines, Coon states that it was merely the horrible culmination of continual racial harassment her son had to endure at East High. Moreover, after conducting an investigation that included extensive interviews with parents and students, I’ve learned that Coon’s son is not alone. Other white students also report a pattern of racial harassment at the high school at the hands of their peers — and, shockingly, their teachers.

Two of these victims were the twin 14-year-old daughters (first names withheld upon request) of Karin Wildeisen. Ever since their family relocated from Texas they had endured racial animosity in the Kansas City school system and inappropriate behavior by staff, which included teachers laughing while boys humiliatingly manhandled the girls and a teacher slapping one of them on the backside. But there was far worse to come. …

Read the rest of Duke’s piece and weep for an America which has lost its moral compass. NBC, Sharpton, Jackson, Obama, Holder, Lee, et al, don’t care about justice. They are not part of a “civil rights” movement. They represent the culture of victimization, avoiding its own problems and projecting them onto others.

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