Black Leadership: With Hypocrisy, Prejudice and Hatred for All

Black Leadership: With Hypocrisy, Prejudice and Hatred for All

3 Black Cops

From the blog of Johnathan Gentry:

Now I want you to see how this works, The Black community will march, protest, Riot/Loot & scream racism, chatting that sorry “Black Live matter” NONSENSE for thugs! But you don’t see any activist, civil rights & community leaders outraged about these fine gentlemen who was killed in the line of duty while serving (recently). Call me Uncle Tom if you want too! I’m just showing you how degenerated & backwards minded the black community has become. R.I.P Gentlemen! My prayers go out to each one of your families. I salute you! Johnathan Gentry

Johnathan Gentry is, from everything I can find about him on line, a fine, upstanding young man that has his head on straight, a man that lives his life for the Lord and strives to tell the truth in all matters and to better the lives of others.

Regarding the Officers pictured above, Police Officer Brennan Rabain, Police Officer Robert Wilson and Police Officer Terence Green, I had this to say on my Facebook Page, The Thin Blue Line — Coast to Coast:

The utter hypocrisy of the Black community and their leaders is inexcusable… These lives mattered… Where is the outrage? ‪#‎BlackLivesMatter

From Johnathan Gentry’s Facebook page:

My purpose of my previous post was to give my prayers & condolences to these fallen Police officer’s families. Which none of these leaders dared to even acknowledge. To also show you that it’s EXTREMELY EVIDENT that these (current) civil rights & black leaders; pick, choose & select what they want that’s keeping racism & division alive in the Black community, By perpetuating “selected events” that will stir weak, debilitated minds up making them feel oppressed, & victimized; having them think it’s someone else’s fault on why they are, where they are. Which is a STRAIGHT LIE from Hell!! You want change? YOU CHANGE IT!!! I’m taking your mind to higher ground in the name of The Lord. #AllLivesMatter

I may be a lot of things, I certainly get accused of being a vile racist, by Black and White, but only the ignorant would try to float that by you and sell it as truth, much like those that accuse Johnathan Gentry of being an *Uncle Tom* when all he is doing is looking for a way for ALL people to get a fair shake and speaking words of TRUTH. 

Do you remember the riots in Ferguson Missouri? Unless you’ve been living under a rock there is NO WAY you haven’t heard of them. Well, here is a YouTube video of Johnathan Gentry speaking his mind regarding Ferguson.

And from HIS Facebook page I give you this:

How many times do you have to remind communities. If you fight with a Police officer & try to take their weapon. “You’re getting Shot!” (smh) Don’t go pulling the race card (or) screaming Police brutality. If you try to take a Police officer’s weapon. You’re getting lit up like the 4th of July!!

How hard is that to understand?

I am not about to even attempt to convince you that ALL Cops are *stand up* guys, nor am I going to try to make you believe that ALL Cops are 100%, by the book Dudley Do-right characters either. They aren’t, but by far, the vast majority of Police Officers are doing a job that doesn’t pay enough, that could easily cost them their lives and yet, as I said, the vast majority go to work and are HONEST in their actions.

I don’t know the ethnicity of the persons that murdered Police Officer Brennan Rabain, Police Officer Robert Wilson and Police Officer Terence Green and to be honest with you, I have my own suspicions but that is irrelevant. The fact is; 3 Black Officers are dead and the silence of the usual *race baiters* makes me believe that the perpetrators are most likely Black as well.

And if I am correct the hypocrisy of Black leadership is indeed nothing more than a bunch of *One Way* race baiters, reparations slugs and all around sorry-assed slugs.

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7 Responses to Black Leadership: With Hypocrisy, Prejudice and Hatred for All

  1. BobF says:

    The following was said by Booker T. Washington over 100 years ago.

    “There is another class of coloured people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs — partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs.”

    “I am afraid that there is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don’t want the patient to get well, because as long as the disease holds out they have not only an easy means of making a living, but also an easy medium through which to make themselves prominent before the public.

    • Capt Ron says:

      Thank you for posting that, Bob. This needs to get out in the black community.
      Maybe it would shed light on the true nature of Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee and others.

    • OregonBuzz says:

      As an addendum to that quote, W.E.B. DuBois one of the founders of the NAACP considered Professor Washington to be “the whitest black man I ever knew.”

  2. Alan Caruba says:

    I suspect that the bulk of the black community is unaware of the fact that all its excuses and demands are wearing thin with a majority that has concluded that neither the Civil Rights Act nor the Voting Rights Act produced much change.
    That group makes it hard for those blacks who have worked hard and achieved much in their lives.

    • Wayne says:

      Alan, I would like to see a “congressional white caucus” formed, just to piss off the high and mighty black caucus. I think the black caucus goes against the meaning of “liberty and justice for ALL”. Just look how they treated Allen West as the only Republican member.

  3. cary says:

    Your own attitude and outlook determine your future much more reliably than the color of your skin. If you work hard, and apply yourself, you will be successful in what you choose to do, and no one other than you can stop that.

    “My family says I’m acting all white.” Really? If by acting “white” you mean that you are trying to better yourself, raise yourself above your origins, and make a success of your life, then “act white”. They are “acting dumb” by claiming you are somehow part of the problem when, in fact, you are trying to create a solution by being a role model of a successful colored person.

  4. Wayne says:

    I’m on board with Cary. I was a toolmaker/ machinist all my life. Some of the people who taught me the trade were European, coming to this country after WWII. In all the years I spent in the shop, I only encountered a few black people who were skilled tradesmen. The black people I worked with were engineers/designers who had the education to command good positions in the large companies they worked for. When people are on the same level with regard to a common purpose, there is no racial discrimination, you don’t even consider their race. My company was considered a “job shop” that bid on work from some of the largest aerospace and commercial manufacturers worldwide, so I encountered many different nationalities and skin shades and there was no discrimination. What I’m trying to say is that it appears that ignorance is the dominant factor in this “racial divide”. All lives matter should be our outlook on life. The progressive/communist movement requires division and chaos. Promises of goodies from our national treasury only increase the feeling of entitlement. My thoughts and prayers go out to the families of these hero cops. Booker T. had it right.

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