Friday, June 19, 2015

Charleston Tragedy and Political Games

In 2012 James Eagan Holmes burst into a Aurora Colorado theater killed 12 and injured 70 others during a showing of The Dark Knight  Rises. Forget motive, he was crazy. Holmes hadn't been right for sometime and nothing was done about it. But if anything else is to blame it is a sick culture which for some time has been trending in a direction of there is no wrong.
Fast forward to 2015 and 9 people are slaughtered in a South Carolina church and it's a hate crime. Never mind that the guy was crazy it's just something else to be used in the vilification of all white people because they're all raaaaacists.
"Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) president Richard Cohen responded to the Charleston, South Carolina church shooting by saying that hate groups are on the rise because President Obama is a black man in the White House."

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2015/06/18/southern-poverty-law-center-on-charleston-shooting-hate-on-the-rise-because-obama-is-in-the-white-house/#ixzz3dY1j6Twa


See how quickly the real haters begin to politicize this tragedy? There was a hate group involved? In response to the irrationality of the SPLC I would say that because the Obama administration has attempted at every turn to label all whites as racists we are now dealing with a polarization of our culture along racial lines. Our President doesn't see Americans. He sees groups and his dislike for whites and Christians has been glaring for some time. I'm saying that this administration has exploited race in order to empower itself. Obama has not brought people together but has deepened the divide between blacks and whites. Why?

In the 60's liberals encouraged people to question authority. Now anyone questioning their authority is a raaaaacist, bigot or homophobe.

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