Mizzou Students Abandon Opportunity in Support of Lies
On Monday November 9, in an email conversation with the Executive Director of my think tank, The Racial Policy Center I wrote: “I’ve been watching this mess in Missouri, specifically at the University of Missouri since the early fall. The first salvos of school unrest were from a student who claims he was called racial slurs as he walked alone one evening. And of course there was the swastika with racial invectives and feces claim as well. … The college president has resigned claiming he did so out of love for the institution blah-blah. [highlight]The bottom line as I see it is that this school has been beset with professional race mongers and the school itself is not interested in doing the right thing. They are interested in appeasing the malevolents. … [/highlight][I believe] this Missouri situation is backed by leftist Soros funded groups looking to make a statement. The entire thing is a rabbit hole designed to have a predisposed outcome to the benefit of the Obama minions such as Holder and Van Jones.”
My suspicions were validated on Wednesday November 11, when Douglas Ernst, writing for WND.com exposed the lies and fraud pursuant to the fallacious accusations of racist attacks at the University of Missouri. (See: Mizzou Fraud Fest: KKK Alerts, POO-Swastika Tales Implode)
I introduce the point I will be making by first referencing a comment I heard ESPN football analyst and former NFL head coach Tony Dungy make.
Dungy, in a video clip of ESPN I saw early last week, said that his father had told him “not to worry about the racist you can see and that you can easily identify because that person cannot hurt you.” His father had told him to always be aware of the “racist that you can’t see.”
In the clip I viewed of the ESPN analyst, Dungy went on to opine that the poor students and football players who had enjoined the campus group just wanted to be heard. He intoned that they were the victims of secretive racism that only they could see because they were black.
I am appalled by Dungy and those like him whose rush to show support for such Erebusic behavior because they only add fuel to the fire under the inculcated caldron of “gotta watch the white man.”
It is a travesty of character and social well-being for blacks to live their lives waiting for the opportunity to claim a white person wronged them. Specific to that point, I ask: Have Dungy’s co-hosts, ad nauseum given any thought to how he must secretly view them and other whites?
Most whites are oblivious to the true feelings that many blacks harbor for them. It is not the white man who is guilty of secreting racism toward blacks, rather it is just the opposite – it is blacks secreting distrust and acrimony toward whites.
This is the result of the growth of a zeitgeist of inculcated inferiority, rage, and self-segregation born out of legislated attempts to appease race-mongers. It is also the work of cultural Marxists who benefit from having victims and those they can scapegoat as oppressors.
As I have written before, the cultural Marxists employ a diabolical Hegelian Dialectic by creating the false perception that a problem exists that only they are able to resolve. And blacks, like trained Pavlovian performers, faithfully respond as conditioned.
I would also point out that: The planting of lies to create the illusion of that which does not exist is not new for blacks. (See: Poisoned Fruit of Racial Demagoguery; WND.com; 9/13/2005)
The students at the University of Missouri are supposedly there for the purposes of getting an education with the goal being same would permit them to contribute in a positive way to society. But instead these students are there acting as if we are in the throws of Jim Crowism.
What hope of embracing modernity does this aberrant ideology offer? What skills does this mentality offer to future employers? How does this self-destructive reasoning free the individual’s mind and awareness to see what is available to everyone? At what point will blacks realize it is not secretive white racism nor is it the catchall of “institutional racism”; it is how they view themselves.
The idea of “can’t we all just get along?” is a definitive no; not as long as blacks continue to live their lives encouraged to distrust others based on skin color and continue to create problems where no problems exist.
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