- Apr 12, 2008
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What if I told you that a white supremacist group held a conference call demanding a day of action to spill the blood of blacks and Latinos in America?
Your reaction would be one of absolute horror. You would immediately decry the racist organization as having no place in our society and demand that the organization be shamed and shunned by the media — and rightly so.
Yet, the opposite takes place on a regular basis – if not daily. Black supremacist groups like the New Black Panther Party (NBPP) consistently call for blood shed of whites and no one thinks twice. Today, April 9th, was deemed the “Day of Action” by the NBPP of Tampa and is a designated day to boot up against the “pink people” and “honkies.”
You read correctly – listen to the audio – they actually said “pink people” and called for violence.
Where is the outrage? For years the NBPP, the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), and others have demonized white Americans for being, well, white. I know, the hypocrisy is almost too much to bear. The CBC does a nice job of drumming up racial strife with unfounded comments like those of Andre Jackson when he said that the tea party wants to see blacks “hanging on a tree.”
That’s funny since I’ve never heard of a Tea Party conference call where they talked about spilling blood or lynchings. However, there are dozens of videos and recordings of black power groups calling for the death or blood of whites regardless of whether they are guilty of a crime or not.
Why the double standard?
The answer is simple – white guilt. White Americans still feel morally responsible for slavery despite those generations having long since passed away. Take the case of Trayvon Martin – a Latino shot a black man, and whites are being blamed en masse through rallies across the nation. You may be a white middle-schooler in Montana, but somehow the NBPP and other black power groups would have society believe that it’s your fault that Trayvon died, that black on black crime rates are outrageous, and that AIDS plagues urban areas.
White guilt is the reason you cannot and would never think of shouting, “White Power!” but won’t bat an eye at someone screaming “Black Power!” or “Brown Power!”
Organizations like the NBPP are waging a race war on whites – and the media is encouraging it while whites sit down and take the beating. If we are going to ever be a society that strives for true equality – then we should treat everyone as equals. That means no special treatment!
Everyone is at fault for the situation we are in. Minorities blame whites and play on guilt to get away with ridiculous requests and initiatives. In return, instead of saying enough is enough, white guilt takes over and whites cave in and perpetuate the cycle.
Libel/slander, inciting lawlessness, and encouraging bloodshed are justly squashed when whites do it – so now it’s time for our country to actually treat minorities equally and shame them when they do it too.
Now, watch me end up on an SPLC hate list for writing this post.