The left is truly relentless, especially when pushing their race-based agenda. It doesn't matter how many times their claims of racism prove to be fallacious, they continue to double down with their "white privilege" narrative, paying no attention to the damage they cause. The most recent example of this is Eric Holder's renewed focus on the Ferguson Police Department. After admitting that Darren Wilson was innocent, and there was no evidence that he was motivated by bigotry, Holder focused his efforts on the department desperately looking for signs of "institutional" racism. The term racism itself has become an explosive, politically charged word that has been re-defined to meet whatever definition the professional left needs. The definition has taken a dangerous turn, and now serves to justify any and all violent behavior committed by black people. Racism was once defined as having hatred toward another group of human beings simply because they are a different race. In the hands of the radical left, it now means something completely different. Believing that black people are equal with white people and that they are capable of living independent lives seems to be the left's revised definition. In other words, not towing the line of "black victimization" is what the left now considers racist.
For far too long we have been forced to endure a hostile narrative that blames white people for all the problems blacks and other minorities allegedly face. (Don't forget, you are not allowed to pay attention to successful blacks who tend to be conservatives.) We are told that black people cannot be racist because they do not have the "institutional power" to discriminate. This concept can be traced back to "Black Liberation Theology," which was founded by the Marxist Reverend, James Cone. It can also be traced back to the century old plan to change America's culture put forth by Antonio Gramsci. Working from Marx's theory of the oppressor and the oppressed, Gramsci categorized the oppressed into different groups that went well beyond the idea of those "being exploited by the capitalists." He essentially turned all social groups into people being oppressed by the dominant social group. In America, the claim is that white people dominate the culture; so therefore, all minority groups are being oppressed by whites because the society has been set up specifically for their benefit. This is where the whole idea of white privilege came from. It literally is a plan designed to overthrow the existing culture with the intent of establishing a Marxist dictatorship.
There is no institutional power greater than being able to hide behind the color of your skin, under some false pretense of civil rights. To claim that black people do not have any "institutional power" is beyond absurd. Likewise, to suggest blacks can't be racist is equally absurd. Every social group in America is legally protected by some form of hate crime legislation except for white people. Yet, they argue that it is whites who are protected by the privilege of having institutional power. The protestors in Ferguson, after destroying the city in a fit of rage based on lies, were awarded huge sums of money because the police used tear gas in an attempt to save lives and property. Eric Holder and Barrack Obama have been exposed as being race baiting opportunists who instigated the whole Ferguson incident, and yet they face no consequences whatsoever because people are afraid to offend them. Police in New York have been forced into a box, psychologically disarmed, and told they need to be friendlier to criminals. This appeasement policy, along with the constant race baiting of the radicals in charge has resulted in another shooting of a New York police officer. Through propaganda and reverse psychology, the left has the audacity to continue to blame police officers for being racist while claiming that black people have no institutional power.
The truth is that these policies and attitudes have done far more to harm the black community than help. Through the constant victimization, blacks in America have been able to justify an entitlement mentality, and their violence against white people. The left likes to use statistics that show how blacks live in poverty at a higher rate than is "proportional" to their population. That may be true; however, it is also true that they commit crimes that tend be race based, at a rate that is also disproportional to their percentage of the population. Hovering right below the surface is the ugly truth that the Democrats go to great lengths to hide. It has been the promotion of their welfare state mentality that has created the dependency mindset among blacks. What this has resulted in is the breakdown of the black family, destruction of personal initiative, and in recent events the creation of murderers due to the machinations of "race baiters" with a political agenda. When you look at it from this perspective, I guess it would be safe to say that black people's problems are white people's fault; white, guilt-ridden leftists that is.
We are facing some perilous times. The sooner the American people realize that we are being intentionally divided to keep us from uniting, the better. This is not likely to happen however; the wounds of racial bigotry are being salted by the very people who caused them. Even as we speak, we are watching the very same tactic repeat itself with the thousands of people being funneled into the United States. They are nothing but a new voting base for the Democrats, and the black population is so focused on "white racism" they fail to see how letting all these people in will hurt them the worst. This is what happens when we let politicians appeal to our lower natures—we become ensnared in an inescapable trap, looking to the very institutions that have enslaved us with the expectation of freedom. While the left plays its games, creating enemies that don't exist, they have become the true power behind the institutions as they socially engineer society to their twisted, racist vision.Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.