When the verdict in Ferguson came down, the race batters, activists, professional agitators and hate groups headed for the tall grass. Their work of division done, they ran like the cowards they are. They lit the fires of riots and then left the citizens of Ferguson to foul their own nest. Where were Jackson, Sharpton, Holder, Obama, and the New Black Panther Party? They were safe and sound hiding behind their armed goon body guards.
Someone said the most dangerous place in America is between Jackson, Sharpton and a television camera. They make their millions by stoking the fires of hatred and profiting from the resulting violence. They perpetuate the self fulfilling prophesy that all cops are racist. Every time a white cop kills a black person, they say, “See, I told you so.” When they see where a black cop kills a white person, it is ignored.
Unfortunately, it holds for the police as well. When they see a black person in a hoodie commit a crime it reinforces the belief that black criminals wear hoodies, but how many times do they see a black person wearing a hoodie not commit a crime and think nothing of it.
Humans tend to jump from the specific to the general. We tend to draw generalizations from specific events. The so called leaders of the black community encourage it constantly. In fact they owe their very existence to the ability to do just that.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about the spiral of lawlessness. People see Obama paying only lip service to the rule of law and it encourages them to act unlawfully as well. The increased lawlessness of the rioters will engender increased police actions.
This will only end when a black person, acceptable to the police and the people of Ferguson, comes forward and works with both sides. Just thinking, if Dr. Ben Carson had political aspirations, negotiating a peace in Ferguson would go a long way toward advancing his cause.
In my many years I have come to a
conclusion that one useless man
is a shame, two is a law firm,
and three or more is a congress.
— John Adams