According to a new poll, 53% say race relations are worse now than before President Obama took office. This is disappointing. Obama promised improvement under his leadership.
One must wonder if publicized positions taken by the President, Eric Holder, Bill de Blasio, and race hustlers like Al Sharpton have aggravated racial tensions, relations and attitudes. It appears many Blacks are racists – and use “stop-picking-on-us” as an excuse for Black failures.
O’Reilly reports hard facts, which indicate Blacks, with 13% of the population, kill 1000 more victims than Whites, with 63% of the population.
It is disheartening to see wealthy, professional football players come onto the field with their hands in the air in obvious support of the Michael Brown death deception. Certainly they should know better.
It is also disappointing to see tens of thousands of our citizens marching around our cities uttering similar deceptions – criticizing our legal system and the law enforcement personnel who are primarily committed to protecting minority communities. Unfortunately, 125 Blacks out of a population of over 40 million, have been killed by police – still too many – but an incredibly small percentage.
These protesters – some of whom recently marched in NYC chanting “What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want it? Now!” – and their race-hustling “leaders” are disgusting to the majority of Americans. Their way is not the American-Way. It’s a primitive way – and irrational way – and is enhancing negative feelings toward minority communities.
Unfortunately, blacks in government such as Obama, Holder, etc. have failed to provide positive, American-Way leadership – but, rather, just the opposite. Frankly, I’m beginning to lose hope for our melting-pot society.
Certainly, black, seemingly, ubiquitous cries of racism in the light of all that has been done to terminate this scourge on society – is a major turnoff for many Americans, who have sacrificed much to support civil rights. The leftist political system and leftist media have unquestionably enhanced the growing disparity between the races.