Only those mentally paralyzed by the noxious fumes of political correctness are incapable of recognizing the demonization of white men in our current political culture. Such race-baiters and demagogues as Barack Obama, Eric Holder, Al Sharpton and Bill de Blasio have constructed their careers on the spurious notion that white men are “devils.”
That’s right: Devils!
According to this gaggle of race-mongering miscreants–white men are culpable for all that ails the black community. From the high crime rate to historic unemployment to inadequate education–white men are blameworthy.
Forget the fact that over 85% of black people murdered in this country are murdered by other blacks. Or, that black unemployment is at an all time high (20%) under a black president. Or, that Obama ardently opposes the best educational option for young black children trapped in a failing public system–charter schools.
Yeah–forget all that.
In fact–these miscreants want you to forget the number one reason why most black children are raised in abject privation and poverty: Fatherlessness.
Most studies indicate that nearly 80% of inner-city children (raised by a single female parent) live well below the poverty line. This alarming number can be attributed to the moral failings of a community (and its leaders) mired in the fever swamps of victimization.
Despite the endless shrill from the miscreants (and their mindless misfits)–Michael Brown wasn’t the victim of “white” racism–but rather the product of a “gangsta” mentality that has imbued the black community. A mentality that preaches materialism over morals and violence over virtues.
Yes, a mentality that falsely teaches young black men that they are perpetual victims of a racist and draconian system run by white devils.
Well, I am one white man that has grown tired of the blame game and all the BS that accompanies it. Yes, it’s time for white men (in the new year) to break the shackles of trepidation and state the following: “We are not responsible for the violence, poverty and illiteracy that plagues the black community.”
And by doing so, we can make 2015: The year of the white man.