In his very own no-nonsense style, Fred Reed provided his perspective about the race baiters of our country: men and women who do not hesitate to accuse white Americans of the worst forms of racism, but who remain eerily silent when blacks are the perpetrators against other black citizens.
Mr. Reed is a white man, so we might assume he is a white supremacist, or possibly doesn’t know what he’s talking about. On the other hand, Mr. Reed isn’t the only fellow who is growing tired of the racist nonsense promulgated by, well —black racists. If you haven’t already viewed the short video at Geeez, now would be a good opportunity; you can see it here.
We know who the racists are. They include professional hate-mongers who fall over themselves getting to the scene of a white on black incident, wrestle one-another to the ground fighting over who gets to the microphone first. We’re talking serious money here … these are men who stand to increase their net worth by a factor of ten. Isn’t that what the Rainbow Coalition and Trinity Church is all about —making money and enslaving blacks to anger, the myth of white oppression, and obligating poor people to the good graces of socialist programs?
It is time we sent a clear signal to the race baiters: America doesn’t mind it if you express an opinion —no matter how distorted it is. Just let’s stop pretending that it has anything to do with truth, justice, or the American way. Rev. Jesse Jackson, Rev. Al Sharpton, Rev. Jeremiah “God Damn America” Wright, Rev. Louis Farrakhan, Lawyer Eric Holder, and Professor Barack Obama share the same agenda: racial or ethnic division.
This is not a new strategy, nor even a very bright idea —but it is intended to return our country to a time when skin color divided our country. The race baiters, fear mongers, and communists of color intend to retard our country’s growth because it puts large sums of money into their collective pockets. The president’s silence, and that of his attorney general, encourages thugs who call themselves black panthers to strike out against innocent citizens in the streets. This is not good leadership, and it is not behavior we associate with good men who care about their country.