The Fallacy of White Supremacists
The other day, a little, innocent 5-year old white boy was murdered because of the color of his skin. Less than a week ago, a white 77-year old man in a wheelchair outside a Walmart in Las Vegas was punched in the face, completely unprovoked, by a black man. A few weeks earlier, a 92-year old white woman in New York City, walking in her own neighborhood, was struck in the face by a black male who had been arrested and released 103 times.
In Atlanta, Stone Mountain and Louisville recently, we have seen black militias carrying AR-15s and AK-47’s marching by the hundreds in public. From 1992 to 2018, we saw more than 1,000 white people punched in the face unprovoked by black males in an activity called the “knock-out game.” Many of those people ended up with permanent brain damage and at least four died.
After the Rodney King decision, in 1992, hundreds of blacks attacked white people in Atlanta, who were just out on their lunch breaks from work. At least a couple were left with permanent brain damage from the beatings.
More recently, we have seen thousands of young black people looting chain stores and small businesses, stealing millions of dollars of merchandise, burning buildings to the ground and assaulting people. We have seen anarchist groups assaulting people, damaging federal buildings and burning police cars.
Yet, despite all of this, much of it caught on security and surveillance cameras, we have to continue to hear this steady drumbeat from the left of the threat of “white supremacists” to our country. Have you ever met a white supremacist? Have you seen widespread assaults by white supremacists? Have you seen white supremacists going on looting, vandalism or mass-public rioting crusades?
You would wonder what country people live in who continue this unfounded narrative of “white supremacists.” What evidence do they possess of widespread problems caused by these people? Where are the videos of white supremacists attacking innocent people on the streets or engaging in general bedlam?
Are people who are law-abiding, patriotic, Christian or Constitution-loving and respecting people the white supremacists that they are speaking of? Are people who stand up for America or the flag or the Bible or our national monuments the white supremacists?
There are apparently a lot of people in the country today who get all their news from certain cable news sources, or even the network newscasts locally, that have been convinced that the country’s only threat are “white supremacists,” a group of probably a few hundred people who haven’t risked showing their faces in public in years.
While mayhem rages across the country, while a little boy can be murdered and the facts covered up and kept silent by the media and while officers are attacked and statues toppled, we are still hearing about the problem that “white supremacists” pose.
This may be the country’s biggest problem. While those causing the real problems, committing real murders and assaults and real damage to small businesses and public property are ignored or supported, this false boogeyman is blamed by those who would prefer to ignore reality. Too bad that they vote.