Resist Liberalism

May 24, 2008

Southern Blacks Play Race Card even with 4 Aces

Filed under: Black Liberals,The Race Card — resistliberalism @ 10:45 pm
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Racism! Waaaaa Waaaaaa! Boo hoo. So they cry in Monroeville, Alabama. It’s the town that allegedly inspired the story “To Kill a Mockingbird”. The black parents in this town don’t like their kids being subjected to harsh treatment by the white kids. This so called harsh treatment includes the n-word as well other nice things. And that uber Socialist organization, the ACLU is backing the parents on the lawsuit. There’s only one problem:

The junior high school at the center of the lawsuit has 463 students from grades 6-8 and its population is 78 percent black and 22 percent white.

The school, which we can assume is reflective of the area around it, is majority black. Not only is its majority black, but overwhelmingly so! So how can the blacks who comprise almost 80 percent of the population claim racism? It’s easy to answer and it’s the socialist black’s best friend: Victimization. It’s fun and dandy to always play the victim and no one does it better than socialist blacks. Now I am not saying the white kids are right to use those words but don’t you suppose the white kids might be getting provoked? Of course we don’t read about that side of the story in the socialist liberal news.

One thing is for certain here: I have a hard time seeing these blacks as ‘victims’ with their overwhelming majority there. Nothing like playing the race card when you already have the upper hand!

Parents Claim Racism in Harper Lee’s Ala. Hometown

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1 Comment »

  1. I thought the only race card played in the south is
    the Darlington or Westlake, Louisiana* style. *The newly elected Black mayor won by a “SIZABLE” margin but still didn’t serve ONE day in office due to being MURDERED! Yes, he played the race card he just kept falling under those tires, I guess.

    D’Ellis/Mohandas Lighque

    Comment by omegetymon — May 27, 2008 @ 5:27 am | Reply


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