The Black man says Whites need to change their racist ways.
OK, so how about this?
How about Blacks stay in school, pull their pants up, stop gang banging and shooting their brothers and sisters and get a job instead of griping about a past they know nothing of except what they have been told and; stop looking for handouts from the government.
I’m sick and tired of being blamed for something that was done in the past and that I or anyone alive today had a part in. I, and the White race in general, are being blamed for actions that happened over 150 years ago.
Grow up, and stop blaming the world for the way you choose to act and live, it’s no ones fault but your own!
Since the late 1960’s and early 1970’s we have ALL pretty much been on an even playing field where jobs, money and education are involved, the idea of *White privilege* is nothing more than an outright LIE! Anyone that wants an education can get an education; it’s not getting the education that presents the problem, it’s having the whereto to make USE that education to the benefit of yourself, your family and society as a whole.
The Confederate flag is a focal point in American history. I have my own personal and deep feelings about it and what it means to me and it is NOT about hatred and racism, it’s about the heritage of the South and their courage to take a stand and fight to separate from the United States over what they believed was being denied to them: States’ Rights.
Today there ARE groups that use the Confederate flag as a symbol of hatred but those people are the scum of the earth; Klan, Skinheads and Nazis, over all the most uneducated and illiterate group of WHITE TRASH imaginable.
The New Black Panthers have held events where they trampled the American flag. Why do you suppose they would do that? Trample the Confederate flag because they are terribly stupid and misguided as to it’s meaning, OK, maybe so, but why the American flag?
Many claimed to believe that the election of Barack Hussein Obama would bring about the end of racism in America; Obama was supposed to be the *Post racial President*.
Nothing could be further from the truth, racism is worse now, all over this nation, than it was when I was a boy growing up in Texas, Louisiana, and in the racial hotbed of that time, Mississippi.
I don’t care whether you agree with me or not, the Confederate flag is NOT the source of this racial division, it is merely a symbol of HISTORY that is an easy target for attack by haters and an easy target to BAN in an effort to end racism in America via pacification as opposed to taking REAL action.
Symbols are NOT the reason for racism and no matter what gets banned, it will NOT change the thoughts of today and it will NOT change history.
I am seriously offended by homosexual marriage, Liberals and their ideas regarding abortion, guns, voter identification and the like but the principles this nation was founded on is easily understood if you read the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
The First Amendment to the United States Constitution prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, impeding the free exercise of religion, abridging the freedom of speech, infringing on the freedom of the press, interfering with the right to peaceably assemble or prohibiting the petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances.
Free Speech is often interpreted as freedom of expression as well.
You can stand on the street corner and preach *I HATE AMERICA* all day long. You can support *abortion on demand*. You can try to have the 2nd Amendment overturned and to have ALL guns removed from the land, and that is, according to the Supreme Court and most Liberal scholars, the U.S. Constitution doing the job as it was intended to do.
But you become every kind of bigoted racist in the world if you stand and support your right to fly a Confederate flag or to wear same on your clothing.
I still wonder; just WHO are the REAL racists?
Hypocrisy abounds … Deo vindice!
In the interest of Fair and Balanced; the top 3 paragraphs were paraphrased from a comment on Facebook. That comment was so poorly written that I rewrote it using proper diction, grammar, spelling and punctuation because as bad as the original comment was, it inspired me to write this blog post.