Tuesday, June 29, 2010

And If They're Not Equal?...

The Justice Department filed a claim against the town of Lake Park, Fla., to make the town of 9,000 change from electing their commissioners from an at-large seat into gerrymandered districts where “black persons would constitute a majority of the citizen voting age population in at least one of the districts” with the explicit goal of promoting “black electoral success.”

Compare this to how they treated the New Black Panther Party intimidating white voters. During the presidential election, the Black Panthers were videotaped brandishing batons in paramilitary outfits outside the voting booths. According to an affidavit signed by poll watcher Bartle Bull, a liberal who served in the Justice Department’s Civil Rights division under Robert Kennedy, one of the Black Panthers told white voters, “you are about to be ruled by the black man, cracker.” The Justice Department dismissed this complaint without giving any explanation.

The same double standard applies to so-called hate crimes. Immediately after assuming office, President Obama promoted a massive expansion in hate-crimes enforcement.

While the legislation was being debated Senators Jeff Sessions (R.-Ala.) and Tom Coburn (R.-Okla.) asked about both hypothetical instances where whites, Christians, or military members would be assaulted and if such would qualify as hate crimes. Atty. Gen. Holder responded that hate crimes legislation “would not necessarily cover that” and was designed to cover “protected groups.” He explained this meant “people who are African-American, Hispanic, people who are Jewish, people who are gay people” and “have been targeted over—over the many years.” In other words: not whites and Christians.

While African Americans have been targeted for violence in the past, today it is whites who are more likely to be victims of interracial crime.

According to the FBI’s latest National Crime Victimization Survey, blacks were over 50 times more likely to commit a crime against whites than vice versa. There were over 14,000 black on white rapes and the number of white on black rapes was so small, it did not show up on FBI’s statistical samples. That same year, the FBI did not report a single anti-black rape hate crime.

Call me old fashioned, but I believe we should treat criminals the same no matter their race, the race of their victims, or why they committed their crimes.

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There is nothing old fashioned about believing in the equal application of law to the various races. It is, in fact, a rather modern concoction birthed from the heart of Marxist ideology. In America, from 1607 up until the 1960's and 1970's the law did not apply equally to the different races.

So to express a belief in equality as "old fashioned" is either dishonest or just plain ignorant.




The FACT is reality (history, science, archeology, personal and collective observation and experience) testifies definitively against the notion that the races are equal.



And, sadly, what never seems to enter into the soft fuzzy heads of the proponents of "equality" is that if that their (unsupported) supposition is wrong and the races are not in fact equal, then it is immoral to treat them as such.



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