We Are Respectable Negros Blog: The Power Of A White Woman's Tears
This post should go upon my "Microscope" blog but the irony is too great for me to pass up.
In the blog post "The Power Of A White Woman's Tears" my BQPFRC friends make the case that the White woman shown on CNN crying at the thought that the "Black Guy In Chief" has an agenda to indoctrinate her young White kid in his classroom is akin to the antics seen in the past, as depicted in the movie "Rosewood".
I realize that the Black Progressive-Fundamentalist doesn't often has his rationale checked by someone who is immune to his claims that "YOU ARE A RACIST IF YOU DISAGREE WITH ME" but certain argument go beyond the extreme.
Let me set this up with regard to the second clip:
In Rosewood - at a time when "No Black Man Had Any Rights That A White Man Need Respect" - the cries of rape by one White woman imperiled the safety of EVERY SINGLE BLACK MAN in rife shot of the clan who was charged to exact "justice" for this White woman.
This is seen as an adequate rebuttal to the "Crying White Woman On CNN" who was upset at what her BLACK PRESIDENT who presides over her and the nation MIGHT be intending to do to her precious little White school kid.
Our Black President is the most protected man in the world. If any person who dislikes the man because of his race attempted to act upon their hatred using the same physical means that were shown in Rosewood - the Secret Service's "bigger guns" would mow them down, thus showing their loyalties to the President, REGARDLESS of his color.
Sadly this is the type of "stoking" that is present on the Black left. To be clear - propagandists on all sides and races make use of this same type of hyperbole. The key difference is that most of these others don't escape criticism under the guise of them "Working Within The Light" against those in the "Darkness".
I wonder if the people at "We Are Respectable Negroes" would be interested in seeing my video series entitled "What Is Making Black People Cry Today"? In seeing this they would see clearly that it is not the "Rosewood Klan" that is prompting us to cry most frequently. The force that is upsetting us is much more local to us.