Skip to comments.MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry: 'This Is No Country For Young Black Men'
Posted on 12/03/2012 8:45:57 AM PST by chessplayer
Another black teenager was killed in Florida last week by an older, non-black assailant, and the media - just as they did in the Trayvon Martin-George Zimmerman case - are predictably taking sides before all the facts are in.
Man, look at the ‘roid neck on him. Note to weight lifters - if your neck is wider than your skull, step away from the roids!
Well, Miss Educated-Moron, apparently this is no country for young or old black fathers to stick around and help raise all those YBMs your “sisters” keep pinching off.
LOLOLMAO! Best laugh I’ve had in days. Good thing I’d just swallowed lunch and drink, before I read it, or I’d have a “clean-up in aisle 3” moment.
For the mainstream press, the death of a black teenager is only of interest if they can use it against the white community. The first article linked is from black radio network. It states that when black young men die two out of five of those deaths are homicides. Also linked is a report in the blaze that states that 93% of these homicides is black on black violence.
The black youths that are killed by other black youths are faceless and of no interest to the mainstream press. They are two busy promoting their hardcore racism. To judge people by the color of their skin is by definition racist. The mainstream press has become what they say the despise: small minded bigots.
The only time one hears from them is when non-blacks
kill defend themselves from punk-ass ganstas.
,,,, so that’s why so many young blacks are killing one another at such a rapid pace ,, I get it now ,, thanks . ( extreme sarc ) . . .
We’re not supposed to call out Negro youth on anti social or criminal behavior. They are held to a lesser standard because of the legacy of slavery and discrimination. Liberal theology on the subject is that America is racist and has not changed since the days of Bull Connor and his police dogs and fire hoses on civil rights marchers.
I agree with her that ‘this is no country for black young men’. Aside from providing some marginally acceptable entertainment on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, what contribution to the culture do they make?
Perhaps they can all find another country and start from scratch like our forefathers did and see what real work and suffering is all about.
|Over 90% of all murdered black people are killed by:|
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Well, if the smoke enough "choom" in their younger years they can at least grow up to be President. They've got that goin' for 'em!
I good-naturedly disagree. The people who give the media their talking points are “informed” on their personal ideology, but the media itself is totally ignorant of even the basics.
Does she suggest they go to Liberia or to Kenya?
Yes, and it’s over 90% caused by other young black men (murdering another young black man).
If she’d add the proper context, it’d make perfect sense. It’s not PC or how the MSM wants to frame the story, so you never hear it.
Is anyone else just fed up with this constant black crap? What is their problem, city governments all over this country have a disproportionate percentage of blacks in power. The schools are more than balanced with black teachers, superintendents, and boards. Federal government employees are overwhelmingly black and the private sector must follow stringent hiring practices. Evidently without blacks, we wouldnt have professional sport teams. Television commercials are designed to make white people look stupid, blacks smart and rational. All this for a little over 13% of the US population? I am at the point of disgust and I don’t like feeling that way.
Oh yeah, I forgot........the POTUS is black and elected into his second term.
They were given that opportunity in Liberia and look at the mess they made there.........
Maybe we should give them REAL equal opportunity...
13% of the teachers be black...
13% of the athletes be black...
13% of the white collar workers be black...
See how that would set with Jackson, Sharpton, et al....
Is MS. Harry-Paris advocating another Back-to-Africa movement?
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