Blacks Are Willingly Oblivious
The willingness of many blacks to overlook the pandemic of systemic violence they perpetrate not just against one another but against anyone coming within the orbit of their sphere of locality is appalling. It is also second only to their propensity for reflexive victimology.
Somehow the majority of blacks are willingly oblivious to black-on-black crimes and black-on-white crimes. But, at the first incident of white-on-black crime (real or perceived) these same oblivious folks join together in the old chorus of “Nobody Knows The Troubles I’ve Seen” or some other Negro Sorrow Song. And that is exactly what is being promoted by the black group Black Star Project.
The group showcased an article from JET Magazine titled, “The Murder of Jordan Russell Davis: Is Your Child Next?” I’d say the honest and truthful answer to the question said title proffers is, “It depends on how many blacks live in your neighborhood.“
The killing of Jordan Davis was a tragic occurrence, and the truth of what happened depends upon which version of the facts you find most compelling. The jury found Davis’ assailant, Michael Dunn, guilty on four charges, including three for attempted second-degree murder, but they were unable to reach a unanimous verdict on the charge of first-degree murder. At 47-years of age, the aggregate sentencing for charges Dunn was found guilty of virtually ensure him of a life sentence even without the addition of the first-degree murder charge.
CNN has been very vocal pursuant to this shooting. But their silence was deafening pursuant to the murders of Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom by blacks. As a group, blacks in America challenge the boundaries of civil propriety when it comes to crime. As I have said before, their duplicitous double standards are glaringly transpicuous pursuant to what they view as unfair.
How many of these same blacks who are trying to paint the shooting of Davis as emblematic of white hostility toward black youths were upset and spoke out against the violent behavior of blacks who participated in the riots in Watts? How many of these same black people were upset that O.J. Simpson was acquitted? How many of these same black people think it wrong for the New Black Panther Party to call for the deaths of white babies? How many of these same black people are upset in the least by the roving black “knockout gangs”? How many of these same blacks who are upset that a white man shot and killed Davis are taking to the streets in protest over the number of blacks murdered by other blacks during the same time frame?
I would not want it thought that I condoned the shooting of Davis. What I am saying is that blacks are selective in their outrage. What I am saying is that based on percentage of population groups blacks as a people commit more violent crimes against other persons than any population group (albeit with the growth of illegal aliens their position will soon be rivaled).
This nefarious Black Star Project group prostituting the death of Davis and Trayvon Martin has been silent about the fact that some 8,000 blacks were murdered by other blacks during the time that Martin was shot and killed and the end of the trial.
Blacks need to be concerned about the devastating incidents of broken homes, multiple “baby-daddies” in the same family, and black crime as a whole. Michael Dunn shooting Davis is an anomaly, not a pandemic. These same blacks who are outraged over the death of Davis and fixated on creating some sort of national referendum should be upset about the number of blacks who were assaulted, injured, and/or murdered by other blacks just this past weekend alone. I would bet those numbers far surpass the number of assaults, injuries caused by attacks, and/or murders of blacks by whites in the entire past year.
It should also be stated that the job of the media is to report factually. Instead, the media plays the role of a “Depends” adult diaper in keeping the seepage of truth from leaking out.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here