Regarding the racially motivated murder of Christopher Lane, who is white, by Black teenagers in Duncan, Oklahoma:
What happened in Oklahoma and the reaction, or lack of reaction to it, tells us much about America in 2013, not much of it good.
Teenagers who can shoot and kill a man out of summertime boredom are moral barbarians, dead souls.
But who created these monsters? Where did they come from? Surely one explanation lies in the fact that the old conscience-forming and character-forming institutions – home, church, school and a moral and healthy culture fortifying basic truths – have collapsed. And the community hardest hit is Black America.
Brevity is the soul of wit. This paragraph by Pat Buchanan at World Net Dailey should be used in freshman English writing classes. It would teach empty-headed, low-information, brain-addled millennial doofuses not only how to write well, but something about racial politics in America that their professors and the American media are hiding from them. It’s as if understanding interracial violence in America, almost all of which is Black on White, has become forbidden knowledge.
The killers were three Black teenagers. The media is reporting it as two Blacks and one White. If the one they claim to be White is not Black, then neither is Obama since they have similar parentage, i.e., one parent White, the other Black
Why oh why are these distinctions of importance or even of interest, and why are we still talking about this crap? For one reason: race-hustling dirty politics. It used to be that the big names in this rotten culture of race mongering were Jesse Jackson and Al Shapton. They have been nearly eclipsed by the race-baiting racist purveyor of racial division in America, Barack Obama.
All those white liberals who voted for Obama twice because thought they were going to finally bring about the end of racial division in the country, and instead the first Black president has intensified racial strife beyond the point anyone thought it could ever go.
Buchanan’s article is Dead Souls of a Cultural Revolution.