Contrary to what the left and the main stream media would have you believe there are indeed black racists and they were front and center yesterday. These racists are on a mission. Their mission apparently is to stoke the flames of hatred and force people who are not black into hating blacks.
Some of these black racists are pushing for this out of ignorance and some are doing it deliberately. There are two examples below.
The first is an unprovoked attack on a white student on a Belleville West High School bus in Belleville, Illinois outside St. Louis. With no seats left on the bus, the white student is forced to sit surrounded by a group of black racist thugs. Upon sitting he is told to move and in the video you can see the black racist student try and push him out into the aisle before standing and punching the white kid in the head over and over and over. While all of this is going on the other black racist kids are standing over him cheering and chanting pumping their fists in the air.
Other kids on the bus eventually break up the fight. The white kid, after the attack, is forced to remain seated surrounded by these racist thugs. For a full five minutes he sat there. The whole time I'm sure he was in fear and nobody stood up for him. The attacks didn't end there.
Another black racist kid got up from his seat, went back to the white kid - and unprovoked - began pounding the white kid in the head and face. Over and over. You can see his bloody face at the end. All as this is going on there are hoots of black racist thugs around him. The thug himself steps back and claps and shouts with joy. He receives congratulations and adulation from his racist friends.
As I watched this video I became angered. Normally these situations are over a dispute and it can be rationalized - even when racial epithets are thrown about - but this was totally unprovoked race hate. It speaks loudly of the hatred that has been instilled in these black racist kids by their parents, their communities, their culture, their music, the support of the peers they hang with and "leaders" of their community who aren't telling them it's wrong. Many of them reinforce this hatred against whites. It is something that the black community needs to address before I hear one more damn word that whites are the ones who are racists.
The second incident of black racism, front and center yesterday, is a video interview of Congressman Henry "Hank" Johnson (D-GA). Johnson replaced former Rep Cynthia McKinney who is famous for slapping a Capitol Policeman when he asked for identification and she screamed at him "Do you know who I am!" (paraphrased). For Georgia constituents who voted McKinney out and were hoping to get rid of a blight on their district, well you elected a black racist who wants to stoke the resurgence of the KKK.
In the video below Rep Johnson claims that when Congressman Joe Wilson (R-SC) yelled "You Lie" at President Barack Obama, for stating that illegal aliens would not be covered under Obama's Health Care plan, that he did so because he is a racist. Johnson supports a house resolution slapping Wilson on the wrist for his outburst.
"He did not help the cause of diversity and tolerance," Johnson said.
I would throw those words back at Johnson. How tolerant are you being when Wilson has already apologized for his outburst? I say to Johnson that he is the one doing this for racist reasons. If it had been a black man that had shouted out, and then apologized, Johnson would not be speaking on the issue at all.
Johnson then goes in for the kill as a professional black racist. The funny thing is that he tries to actually say that his statements are made through proper reasoning and logic. Everything Johnson says is not based in any kind of logic or reasoning. One man disputing the president's statement about something that is in a bill doesn't lead to the KKK and racism against blacks.
"we'll probably have folks putting on white hoods and white uniforms again and riding through the countryside intimidating people... that's the logical conclusion," Johnson said.
Johnson then says Wilson "represents the face of it". The "it" being racism.
I'm wondering how long before Democrats bring up a resolution condemning Johnson's comments of calling another Congressman a racist and the face of a movement for the rebirth of the KKK.
Johnson was unavailable for comment on the black racist thugs beating the white kid on the bus.
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