Saturday, July 09, 2016

Black prof says whiteness is blindness

Black Georgetown sociology professor Michael Eric Dyson writes a NY Times op-ed:
What White America Fails to See

We, black America, are a nation of nearly 40 million souls inside a nation of more than 320 million people. And I fear now that it is clearer than ever that you, white America, will always struggle to understand us. ...

It is not best understood as black-on-black crime; rather, it is neighbor-to-neighbor carnage. If their neighbors were white, they’d get no exemption from the crime that plagues human beings who happen to be black. If you want interracial killing, you have to have interracial communities. ...

The problem is you do not want to know anything different from what you think you know. ...

Whiteness is blindness. It is the wish not to see what it will not know.

If you do not know us, you also refuse to hear us because you do not believe what we say. You have decided that enough is enough. ...

We are not strangers to terror. You make us afraid to walk the streets, ...
I have listened. I believe that blacks will kill their neighbors whether they are black or white. But then he wants me to believe that white people are making black afraid to walk the streets? No, the truth is more nearly the opposite -- black people are making whites afraid to walk the streets.
You hold an entire population of Muslims accountable for the evil acts of a few. ...

Condemning a culture is not inciting hate. That is very important.
I have heard of people condemning Muslim culture, but not holding an entire population of Muslims accountable for the evil acts of a few.

This guy is trying to speak for all blacks, and to describe a rage that they have against all whites. He wants to hold all whites accountable for the rare cop to pulls a trigger too quickly.

He is a Donald Trump hater, of course. He votes Democrat because that is the anti-white party.

There is no use disagreeing with Dyson. He is expressing a black rage against white people, and he is teaching it to the students at his elite university. And I think that he is right that white underestimate this rage.

Many people thought that electing a black President would reduce this rage. No, it has gotten worse, as Barack Obama himself seems to have encouraged this rage by perpetuating anti-white myths. And now the Democrat Party has bet its whole future on fueling anti-white rage.

Today in Poland, Obama bragged about how the crime rate has been going down, but we need to address the "problem", which is police bias against non-whites and the availability of guns.

No, the violent crime rate has been going up for the last couple of years, and the increase is largely attributable to Obama and other white-haters undermining reasonable police work.

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