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How Do You Know When A Black Person Shoots A White Person?

October 6, 2014

Question: How do you know when a white person shoots and kills a black person? Answer: The media is sure to mention it in glaring headlines and/or in the first paragraph of the story. Another question: How do you know when a black thug rapes, murders, car jacks, or commits an ungodly act against a white person? Answer: You don’t because the media very seldom if ever mentions the color of a black perpetrator if the victim is white.

Don’t think that is by accident because it isn’t. I reiterate that which I have said countless times before, i.e., the media foments more racial discord and racial antipathy than Al Sharpton. The media doesn’t report. The media determines before printing which side they want to be the aggressor and which side they want to be the victim and when it comes to race, it’s no contest. The black person is always the victim — unless you’re O.J. Simpson.

[adsanity id=8405 align=alignleft /]The proof of what I’m saying is readily available for all to see when we examine the agitprop about Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO. It was readily available pursuant to the agitprop about Trayvon Martin in Sandford, Fla. And it is readily available in the guilty verdict of Michael Dunn.

Michael Dunn is the white man who shot and killed Jordan Davis, a black teenager, in a dispute about Davis blasting loud rap music from his car. The headlines read “Breaking: Florida Man Who Shot Unarmed Black Teen After Loud Music Dispute Convicted Of Murder”, so reported Nicole Flatow of Think Progress; “White Man Who Shot Black Teen At Gas Station…convicted of First-Degree Murder”, so reported Lydia Warren for Mailonline and Associated Press, to mention just two of the many similar headlines. The opening paragraph of the story posted by MSNBC.com read “Michael Dunn, the man who shot and killed African-American teen Jordan Davis was found guilty…” The account did not fail to include references and comparisons to George Zimmerman’s justified shooting of Trayvon Martin which resulted in Martin’s death. The Orlando Sentinel opened the story: “Middle-aged white man, guilty of first degree murder…in shooting death of an unarmed black teenager.”

Nearly all of the other print media news reports were exactly the same, as was the television media. Which, in and of itself, is telling considering you are hard-pressed to find such thoroughly detailed reporting pursuant to black on white crime in the local paper of the domicile the crime occurs in much less nationwide.

Not that it needs to be said, but I’m not against reporting; I’m against racially biased reporting that is written for the express purpose of fomenting racial discord and attempting to calcify the inculcated mantra that whites are evil (white men specifically) and blacks are victims.

Another glaring example of this kind of reporting concerns the convicted black cop-killer, Mumia Abu-Jamal who brutally gunned down in Philadelphia, PA, 25 year-old white police officer Daniel Faulkner in 1981. Jamal has unfathomably been selected to be the commencement speaker for Goddard College in Plainfield, Vermont — the same college he received a Bachelor of Arts degree from in 1996 through a correspondence program. Jamal, who spent 30 years on death-row before having the death sentence vacated to a life in prison without parole sentence, will give a pre-recorded speech to the students.

Jamal is very rarely, if ever, identified as the black coldblooded murderer of a 25 year-old married white on duty police officer. It is seldom if ever mentioned by the mainstream media that Jamal cowardly sneaked up behind Officer Faulkner as he was arresting Jamal’s brother and shot him in the back. It is not mentioned that he then stood over the fallen officer, and at close range emptied his .38 caliber revolver into Officer Faulkner as he lay dying on the ground.

But you can bet gold bars to paper clips, if Jamal were white the media would be apoplectic. The reporting and cries for justice would be unparalleled.

Such are the ways of a corrupt, race-mongering, politically correct media. As Lawrence Sellin, Ph.D. put it: “political correctness can no longer be considered merely a peculiarity of cowardly politicians, a biased media or tenured radicals, but a dangerous subversive element of an anti-American and anti-Western strategy.” (National Suicide by Political Correctness; 10/1/14)

The media isn’t interested in factual, unbiased reporting, not that they have ever been. The media is interested in furthering cultural Marxism which allows them to determine the victim class and the oppressor class.[adsanity id=11817 align=alignleft /]

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Mychal Massie

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Mychal Massie

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

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