Young Americans are not buying the black race hustle

Despite the constant, incessant, pervasive portrayal by the media, schools, and  cultural and political elites, that blacks are the eternal victims and white people are unregenerate racist oppressors, there is evidence that the indoctrination and brainwashing have failed.

More and more Americans, including young Americans, are just not buying the victimology fairy-tale — not any more. The shameful behavior of the MSM and black race hustlers like Jesse Jackson, the New Black Panthers, and Barack Obama (“If I had a son, he’d look just like Trayvon!”) in the Trayvon Martin case — before the judicial system even has a chance to deal with the shooting — will only alienate even more Americans. (See “Doing the Trayvon race hustle.”)

Kevin “Coach” Collins reports for the Western Center for Journalism, May 2, 2012:

Recently released results from the Public Religion Research Institute hold seriously bad news for the long term viability of the Democrats and Barack Obama’s chances of reelection.  The pollsters spoke to adults between the ages of 18 and 24 about their views on race relations, and their findings were surprising.

One of the questions they asked these young people centered on whether they thought the government paid too much attention to the complaints of blacks and minorities in general. They were asked about the existence of reverse discrimination and if it was a problem in their view.

These young people – “millennials” as they are labeled by sociologists- don’t seem to be following the Democrats’ script on how they should think about racial issues. Almost half of them (46%) believe the government pays too much attention to the complaints of minorities, and 48% feel that discrimination against whites is a considerable problem.

When the responses from minorities were removed to count only the responses from white millennials (who represent 2/3 of the millennial population), a sizable majority  (56%) agreed that the government caters to the concerns of minorities too much. This is not good news for a Democrat Party that so heavily relied on “white guilt” to elect an unqualified black man as our president.

This is a hammer blow to the race-hustling world view of the Democrat Party and it’s main “white guilt” salesmen like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton.  Young white people have been taught a conflicting message, and the framers of that message will reap the destruction it brings.

A lifetime of listening to baseless charges that they have somehow discriminated against minorities is apparently not being passively accepted by white millennials. They don’t feel guilty of discrimination toward minorities. Apparently, a majority of them are beginning to compare the devastating effect “Affirmative Action” programs have had on their innocent parents and older siblings to the unwarranted preferential treatment of minorities by our government and refusing to smile and accept their undeserved punishment.

A new book, White Girl Bleed A Lot, is also helping to expose the victimology race hustle. (H/t FOTM reader Wade)

Written by Colin Flaherty, an award-winning Washington Post (!) reporter, the book is subtitled “The return of race riots to America and how the media ignore them.”

This is the description of the book on Amazon.com:

Along with widespread racial crime and violence. In hundreds of episodes in more than 50 cities since 2010, groups of black people are roaming the streets of America — assaulting, intimidating, stalking, threatening, vandalizing, stealing, shooting, stabbing, even raping and killing. But local media and public officials are silent. Crime is color blind, says a Milwaukee police chief. Race is not important, a Chicago newspaper editor says. The kids were just blowing off steam, says a Philadelphia social worker. Thanks to YouTube, we now know the truth. This is the first book that puts it all together. “This is a challenging book. An interesting and powerful and ultimately persuasive book by a great American writer not afraid to look at one of the most thought about but unspoken features of American life.” — Dan Auld, award-winning journalist. “Magic. Flaherty speaks from his strength, which is understanding media. He links together abundant citations, all from mainstream media and many from African-American media, in order to illustrate his point. ” Houston Examiner

Get your copy of the book here and spread the word. This tsunami of black racial violence is domestic terrorism. Burying our heads in the sand and ignoring this reality will only put ourselves and the lives of our loved ones in danger.

I refuse to be intimidated and terrorized.  Join me!

~Eowyn

14 responses to “Young Americans are not buying the black race hustle

  1. man. lot of truth in one place at one time. i read the book. ten years ago, people could say: ‘no. that is not happening.” today, when they say that, flaherty’s book says: “its all on youtube.”

  2. the saddest thing about these racists, is that they have no idea how foolish they appear to normal people.

    Oh well, race mixing will fix that :D

    • You mean race mixing as in the bi-racial Barack Obama? [snark]

    • Actually it’s people who have other races in their face all the time who become the biggest racists! My uncle is always seething because he works at Kimberly Clark and they constantly promote blacks for knowing how to wipe their asses when they go to the bathroom.

  3. No Payback for Trayvon, No Peace– Vote Democrat in ’12! (Yeah, right.)

  4. lowtechgrannie

    Meanwhile, the black community struggles with high unemployment and black-on-black crime while their elected officials cater to the Latino element, both legal and illegal.
    Here’s the website for the Blacks in Sanctuary States Taskforce

  5. I was born on the cusp of baby-boomer/generation X, 1965. As a young man I was a pinko liberal, like all my friends. I took about three years off between high school and college to ride motorcycles and smoke pot, and to be honest, I’m not sorry, because when I signed up for Jr.College, I was serious about it. I got a 4.0. That was the beginning of the end of my liberal era, when I had a – get this – a lesbian Latina professor and counselor tell me if I’d been anything but white and male that I would have been accepted into Princeton or Harvard. No affirmative action for you, white boy! (I am NOT racist). So, I happily attended and graduated from UCLA and am a proud Bruin. But I remember when I wasn’t “good enough” solely due to my skin-tone and dangly bits.

    • Well, officially, Bruins and Trojans have to pretend to be enemies, but we all breathe the same smog…LOL. Thanks.

  6. Dear Grouchy, it’s already hit the fan. :(

  7. I don’t want to seem insensitive,but I read the other day what
    pretty well sums it for me : “Makes you kind of wish we’d picked
    our own damned cotton” …I’m sure that was the Egyptian sentiment
    about the Hebrews,too.

  8. Race relations have always been simmering just below the surface. When a Trayvon happens, we see where they’re really at. I feel we will never have real justice in trials etc. ever again. Whites will not have a chance! Scary!!!!!

  9. His writings are really different. When you read the ebook you’ll get to see the links of videos and photos. It is not just an ordinary story to read. These are real things that really happened. But it was sad to know that race issue between black and white would gone this bad.. Still, a lesson learned.

  10. White people are truly getting fed up and are finally realizing this is becoming a problem. More people like this author need to start speaking up and stop turning a blind eye.

  11. Nothing will change until more of the non-racist black community stand up against this perversion, also.

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