Two weeks into the aftermath of Sandy … the North East’s Katrina, and many here in the NY area are wondering: Where’s the media coverage of the devastation?
Here’s the answer: We are all just TOO white to be important in this country anymore…
The scientific term is albophobia: The fear of white people.
How did it take hold in America? With the help of ignorant, self-hating White people trying to make interminable recompense for the sins of (in most cases) past, unconnected people with the same amount of melanin in the skin. Our nation, like every other nation on this Earth, has committed transgressions against different people groups. Are all nations and skin hues guilty?
You bet … because all nations are inhabited by mankind (and womankind).
But in the case of America … which has arguably been blessed far beyond any nation … the majority has forgotten from Whom those blessings emanated and it has caused a plague of guilt beyond that of other nations for our transgressions. And has resulted in a self-flagellation that waxes worse and worse as time progresses.
News flash: ALL discrimination is wrong … but, apparently, the media didn’t get the memo…
Gradually, over time, the Liberal MSM has erased the importance of anything that concerns lighter skin-hued people in this country. Quota-based job losses against Caucasians, Caucasian murders … and since the majority of Caucasians are Christian, any offense toward Christians are ignored or mocked.
And years of this has culminated in what we are seeing in Staten & Long Island (Cracker Island), in particular: Crackers don’t count, even when they crumble.
The MSM media has done a disgraceful journalistic job covering the disastrous results of Sandy. First for political expediency (and as you read this, it continues). And second, because of the plague of what I’m calling: Crackerphobia.
The only way for discrimination to cease in ALL forms: EVERYONE must stop committing it!
And that includes the kind of hate and dismissiveness pointed at those of us who were given less melanin by the Creator.
Let’s hope the Media’s case of Crackerphobia subsides, so the victims of Sandy finally get the attention and help they require.
Because after all: Crackers are people too!