Why Are Certain Black People Allowed to be Racist?


It’s not racist to ask a question about race. But some people get a pass no matter how racist they are and it’s quite often that certain black people get away with it. “People in The Tea Party are racists…” What kind of statement is that? It’s one that not only goes unchallenged by the mainstream media – but is often repeated with no proof, or even with incontrovertible evidence to the contrary.

Of course there are racists in every ethnic or racial category but when blacks are openly offensive towards other races, they never receive the treatment Paula Dean got. Never.

Yet so-called black leaders, black celebrities and pundits pull the race card, then make you feel the need to walk on eggshells around them? Not everyone is like that, but unfortunately some people make their own people look really ugly and I just happen to not be scared to use my freedom of speech. It’s not racist to want to understand why our society acts like this one-sided game is okay.

Liberals in the press and in politics encourage black Americans to be racist, encourages Latinos to support supremacist groups such as “La Raza” (“The Race”), and defends Muslims while ignoring Christians. This is all the left’s process of encouraging progressive bigotry as a way of strengthening left-wing political power. Then as icing on the cake, they promote the preposterous idea that all bigotry is to be found on the conservative side and among groups that want limited government and individual liberty. In the end, it’s all about political power. Anyone who’s a potential threat, anyone that gets in their way and sadly – some make a whole lot of money in the process.

Because hate sells and you want to be paid.

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