Tuesday, December 4, 2012

It's not the color, it's the culture, stupid.

An MSNBC host has showed her racist ass, recently.  She took a shooting that happened in Florida, and put a racist spin on it, lamenting that with white racism causing problems for young black men, "this is no country for young black men."

Bullshit, you racist bitch. 

What happened was a middle aged white guy getting gas asked an SUV full of thug wannabes to turn down their stereo.  They refused, things escalated, and he (quite reasonably, given the circumstances) thought he saw a shotgun being raised in the back seat.  So, he pulled his gun, and defended himself.

It isn't that these kids were black that caused the problem, it was the situation, and the culture that encouraged the teenagers to get belligerent; skin color doesn't act, culture does.

And a lot of Americans are getting bloody sick of tip-toeing around the thug culture because they're afraid of being labeled a racist.  We're getting called racist so often that we're beginning to not care anymore.

And the thugs are going to learn a harsh lesson: that the only places they'll be safe are the inner cities where leftist mayors disarm their populations, and Illinois.

4 comments:

  1. Oh so totally agree. There are also plenty white thugs out there, and Hispanic thugs, and I suppose Asian thugs as well. (We don't have as many Asians in my area).

    It's not what color the person is, or even where they come from, it's their behavior.

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  2. Exactly that. I've known white thugs, black thugs, Hispanic thugs, and a few Native American. They all have a few things in common: low education level, poor ability to defer gratification, a mean streak ten miles wide, a sense of self-importance that puts politicians to shame, and an anti-social personality disorder without the intelligence or self control to be able to compensate for it.

    That's what forms the thug culture.

    Now, there's a huge difference between thugs like this, and those who are labeled thugs because they believe in delivering justice and protecting the weak, despite what law enforcement says. Those come in all colors, too, and are the modern equivalent of knights errant.

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  3. Oh, my gosh, this:

    "low education level, poor ability to defer gratification, a mean streak ten miles wide, a sense of self-importance that puts politicians to shame, and an anti-social personality disorder without the intelligence or self control to be able to compensate for it."

    That's EXACTLY it. Also, I've found some have an extremely exaggerated sense of their own importance/dignity and if they feel like someone has "disrespected" them (which sometimes is their reaction to someone putting limits on them), they become ENRAGED. You have to be extra careful with people with that trait, because trying to "jolly" them out of a huffy mood can backfire badly.

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    1. A long time ago, when people weren't prosecuted for protecting themselves, thugs either learned to act human, or they were killed by their intended victims.

      They didn't start banding together in packs until Prohibition changed their culture by showing them that a pack of wild dogs make a better, safer living than single strays.

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