Sunday, August 25, 2013

Will Eric Holder ever learn to be careful what he asks for?

Eric Holder, perhaps the worst, most corrupt attorney general in history, famously demanded Americans stop being cowardly and have a conversation about race. Well, in the aftermath of the deaths of Trayvon Martin, Christopher Lane, and now World War II hero Delbert Belton, I don't think he likes the frankness he is starting to get from whites and other nonblacks. I sense that a broad reconsideration of the role of race is underway, and that the end result will be that the taboos are crumbling surrounding discussion of the actual behaviors that lead to problems commonly ascribed to racism.

6 comments:

Unknown said...

F-n right it is. I grew up in the late 80s through the early 90's and what I see is black racism is 1,000 Times more prevalent and virulent than any white racism. It is not main stream to be a white and racist for at least 20 years but black racism is mainstream. Also white racism is so far and few between now the left has Been resorting to fabricating it for years now in false flag operations. So no, holder won't like the results of an actual honest discussion on race

bondmen said...

Dr. King spoke of the importance and significance of one's character over one's color. Today our feral government asks detailed race questions on every form or census and many of Dr. King's people ask for special favors and monetary reparations. I wonder when the good character to which Dr. King referred will surface and be exemplified in his community?

Old Dog said...

I grew up in the Deep South (NC) with a Military Father who would kick anyones ass (mine especially) for anything he considered racist actions.

I am glad he is not here today to see the crap coming out of Holders office.

I predict that Holder will attempt to prosecute anyone having a "Honest" discussion of race relations in the US in some manner even if they have to use underhanded finacial means to do it!

Roger said...

I believe that Eric Holder's first priority is covering his boss's butt. His second priority is ginning up as many racist non white votes that he and his corrupt department can motivate.
Between the two of them, they have made racial relations in this country worse than I have ever seen in the past 40 years.

Ed said...

So, what happens when you judge people on the demonstrated content of their character, and it is found lacking, deficient or corrupt?

Would that be considered an example of the Law of Unintended Consequences?

Paul X said...

The existence of racism among some "blacks", does not excuse that behavior among "whites". Racism is still a form of collectivism, no matter who does it. People should be treated as individuals.

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