24 thoughts on “The revolting truth

  1. Thanks for including this in your blog. Sadly, none of this information will ever be presented in news and information media available to most people.

    1. Eric: It is not conservative myth that most of the news media now serves the Left, and that impartiality has — in things political and cultural — been tossed out the window. The major exception to that, of course, is Fox News, which is the most watched news channel in America for good reason. Many people are getting an opposing view, thanks to Fox. And that was one reason the NDP (New Democratic Party) got the shellacking it received in the last midterms.

      But, of course, those who lack the good sense to watch Fox and read online news sites like Breitbart, The Federalist, Truth Revolt, Independent Journal Review, The Washington Free Beacon, The Washington Times, etc., remain smitten with the “kind,” “fair,” race-obsessed, don’t-disagree-with-me-or-else, collectivist worldview.

  2. Most everyone agrees that police treat blacks differently. These statistics speak as to why. This ethnic group has developed a stereotype that cannot be ignored. They call it profiling but don’t address its validity. Why the anger, the protests, and the riots? It seems to be outrage against failure. That is the failure to assimilate, the failure to educate, the failure to respect the law, and the failure to accept responsibility. The statistics show the abuse excuse just doesn’t work. Why the alleged abuse? Well, they brought it onto themselves. We don’t see this excuse claimed by Loatians, Vietnamese, Chinese, Latinos, etc. They have assimilated and at the same time made a effort to preserve what was worthwhile about their culture.

    1. Carlos: I am sure that most cops do indeed approach blacks with a different attitude, primarily one of increased caution, including black cops. Of course, you and I both know why they do this: a sense of self-preservation.

  3. CNN and MSNBC will not stop until they have ignited a race war, and that will not be good for anyone. This will not end well.

    1. Señor Gill: When the race war gets started, it will put guilty, white collectivists on the horn of a serious dilemma.

      On which side to fight? Oh, dear. I’m guessing the black forces will put the white guys to work shoveling latrines at the rear and the white gals will become comfort women.

      And they’ll be okay with that … to atone for their crimes, their privilege.

  4. CNN, MSNBC and the judas goat reverends are betting on the non-African-American (forgive me) population to not take umbrage and arms. In the Watts riots, it was only the Korean and Chinese that took up arms. They pretty much saved their businesses. I suspect a lot of them were former ROK.

    That may not be the case in the future. The wealthy are not about to have their homes and businesses looted. They will resist.

    It will be a good time to be out of the country.

    1. Señor Gill: You stop it right now with this African-American stuff. They’re black. We’re white. Nothing wrong with that. Time-honored classifications.

      My mother told me that once she was watching some interview show on the TV, and the guest was some famous black guy. I forget who. And the moderator asked him about the African-American term. The black guy smiled and said, oh, we’re just messing with you.

      So, don’t be messed with. That’s my advice.

      Yes, it’s a great time to be out of the country. A great time to be in Mexico. I love it.

      1. I remember a conversation I had with a lady of color. I said I found it sad that so many Afro Americans don’t play baseball any more. She said I was wrong, and then she ticked off the names of a bunch of players. All were Dominican, Cuban or Venezuelan. None were Afro American.

        You can’t say “Black” because most are not black, some are even half White like Barry whats his name.

  5. The racist demagoguery continues over the Eric Garner case in NYC. What makes this case different, is that it is a legitimate gripe about police brutality which in reality is color blind.

    1. For each action, there is an equal but opposite reaction. What is going to happen in some neighborhoods when policemen fear to enforce the law?

      1. It is not clear at all, Felipe. The victim was resisting arrest. You don’t get to tell the police that you don’t feel like being arrested today. The policeman used a technique – not a chokehold as the press would like you to believe, but a suppression hold – that was taught in police academy and approved. It should not have been a lethal move, except for Garner’s health problems. It was Bill de Blasio who directed the police to crack down on sellers of loose cigarettes, and a black, female police officer who was overseeing this operation. You cannot demand that a (stupid) law be strictly enforced, train police officers on techniques to use on those who resist arrest, and then accuse the cop for being some sort of racist abuser when something goes wrong. This is the same mentality of those who spit on the returning Viet Nam War soldiers, who answered the call of duty, fought the war they were ordered to fight, and then were treated like criminals by those who got deferments and left wing politicians when they returned home.

        There were plenty of police officers on the scene that day, so if this cop was doing something against police protocol, all the officers are guilty for assisting, the supervisor is guilty for not providing proper oversight and the mayor is guilty for ordering a crackdown on petty criminals whose real crime was cheating the city out of a few cents in sales taxes. Don’t believe everything you read in the news, for as I am sure you know, when there are no facts, reporters just make crap up and write it to meet a deadline because they know they can always retract the more outrageous lies later, on a back page of the newspaper. I feel sorry for Eric Garner, because the police should have just issued a ticket and probably would have if not directed to “crack down”, and I feel sorry for the cop who was just doing his job as he was trained – and ordered – to do. If anyone is at fault, it is the idiot mayor, de Blasio.

  6. The city medical examiner has ruled the death of Eric Garner, the 43-year-old father whose death in police custody sparked national outrage, a homicide, saying a chokehold killed him.
    The medical examiner said compression of the neck and chest, along with Garner’s positioning on the ground while being restrained by police during the July 17 stop on Staten Island, caused his death.

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