Moral Befuddlement in Ferguson

Patrick J. Buchanan, VDARE, November 25, 2014

“It is ordained in the eternal constitution of things, that men of intemperate minds cannot be free. Their passions forge their fetters.”

Edmund Burke’s insight returned to mind while watching cable news coverage of the rampage in Ferguson, Missouri, after St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced that officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted in the shooting death of Michael Brown.

The rioting, looting, arson and gunfire that began after McCulloch relayed the grand jury’s decision, a decision long predicted and anticipated, revealed the unspoken truth about Ferguson.

The problem in Ferguson is not the 53-man police department. The problem is the hoodlum element those Ferguson cops have to police, who, Monday night, burned and pillaged the stores on the main streets of their own community.

The police were portraits in restraint as they were cursed and showered with rocks, bottles and Molotov cocktails. If the police were at fault at all, it was in their refusal to use the necessary force to stop a rampaging mob that destroyed the lives and livelihoods of honest businessmen and women of Ferguson.

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“No justice, no peace!” has been a howl of the protesters.

What they mean is strikingly clear: Michael Brown, one of us, is dead. Therefore, this cop, Darren Wilson, must go on trial for his life.

But this is not justice in America. We have a legal process to determine who was in the right and who in the wrong, and whether a crime has been committed by a policeman in the use of deadly force.

“No justice, no peace” is an encapsulation of the lex talionis, an eye for an eye. Do we really want to go back to race-based lynch law?

That 10 o’clock split screen of Obama in the White House briefing room calling for peaceful protest and greater efforts by police to understand “communities of color,” side by side with graphic video of mob mayhem in Ferguson, tells a sad truth.

America’s election of a black president has not closed and, for some, has not even narrowed the racial divide.

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Unfortunately, many are openly pandering to the crowd, denouncing the prosecutor, denouncing the grand jury, denouncing the Ferguson cops, but tongue-tied when it come to denouncing the thuggery of black youth on the streets of Ferguson.

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Where, from the president on down, do we hear any thunderous condemnation of what went on in Ferguson Monday night and of those responsible, coupled with a clarion call for the restoration of law and order in Ferguson, as an essential precondition of any civilized society?

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  • D.B. Cooper

    How many times do we have to replay yet another riot of Rodney King proportions? I remember 1992, it’s nearly the same words, over and over again.

    • SentryattheGate

      Yeah, Rodney King was awarded $3.8 million + $1.7 million by LA. He was a criminal, and continued being one even after becoming a millionaire. Meanwhile, I’ll never forgot watching the nauseating,live beating of the innocent white dump truck driver Reginald Denny, pulled from his truck and beaten within minutes of his life (91 skull fractures compare to King’s 11)! Denny sued but got $0! His 4 black attackers said they didn’t mean anything by it, “they were just caught up in the moment”!

      • silviosilver

        The attack on Reginald Denny left an impression on me too. I understood it immediately in racial terms – savaged by black animals for no other reason than race. I never forgot it.

        • nexus974

          I will never forget the dance of joy Denny’s attackers did after smashing Denny’s skull.

          • silviosilver

            Actually, that ‘victory dance’ I had forgotten. I just viewed it again on youtube and felt some of the old feelings return that I experienced when I saw it for the first time as a 14-year-old. Very ugly feelings.

          • SentryattheGate

            I wish there had been GoFundMe or something else like it at that time (1992)—Denny should have received lots of donations! Rodney King became a millionaire and was not so badly injured as (innocent) Denny was. Maybe someone here can start a site, for a Christmas gift for him? He was permanently disabled.

          • silviosilver

            The whole affair was a travesty of justice. The false victims, false villains and false heroes that emerge from these national racial incidents encapsulate everything that is wrong with racial relations in the last 50 years, especially with respect to relations with blacks. That also applies to Denny. While was he was a thousand times more the victim than the worthless bum Rodney King, had GoFundMe been available donors would have eventually been disappointed by his forgiving his attackers in the disgustingly obsequious way he did, which is all too common among white apologizers seeking racial absolution from their black moral superiors (eg those whites who ‘chain’ themselves and beg forgiveness from Africans). Words can’t express the contempt I have for such pathetic cretins.

          • nBmnp

            I can’t find it on youtube, do you have a link?

        • phillyguy

          He should of put his rig in 10th gear and plowed over anybody who stood in front of him.

        • See The Future

          Remember the picture of Reginald Denny. The scene will be replayed ten thousand fold in the future.

      • none of your business

        The Mother of one of the OFEs was Damien Williams whose Mother was a lifelong career Los Angeles County affirmative action employee.

        • Who Me?

          OFE? I’m feeling stupid tonite.

          • Kenner

            Obsolete Farm Equipment.

          • Who Me?

            Aaaah, thank you

          • PaleRider1861

            more correctly: Obsolete Farm Animal (of course, we know what OFA stands for already, hence the use of OFE).
            OFA: Organizing For Animals

          • none of your business

            Sorry, I hoped that by now people would recognize it.

      • ZB01

        Ultimately, Mr. King ended up dead at the bottom of a pool. He also was a resident of Rialto, California. The city is a Inland Empire cesspool.

        • phillyguy

          ah he did die ,that’s what I thought. I know he went broke 15 months after he was awarded the money, like my late father used to say when we were kids spending all our money at the candy store “what do you think your n***** rich.

        • SentryattheGate

          The autopsy showed he was full of alcohol, cocaine and pot!

      • phillyguy

        His lawyers took half of the settlement money and he blew the rest in less than 2 years. Is he still alive?

  • superlloyd

    The problem is the Bantu tribal law of the jungle being the only law these darkies understand; much as they may scream for their civil rights – A notion notably to have been glossed over in black Africa’s past and present.

  • dd121

    If these blacks start burning down 50 cities, I hope enough politicians have the courage to stop it. They certainly didn’t the first night.

    • SentryattheGate

      Imagine how much $$$$ this costs taxpayers in overtime policing!!! Imagine what our society could be without the $$$$$ spent on food stamps, welfare, WIC, free school meals, Section 8, free healthcare, STDs. tutoring, prison, probation & parole costs,

      • Whitetrashgang

        Go to Mars or afford Obama care?

        • dd121

          Same reason the roads and bridges are falling apart: no votes in it.

    • A Freespeechzone

      Notice the ‘protesters’ haven’t attempted to move to other neighborhoods?

      Unlike neutered LE, many homeowners will invoke lethal self defense without hesitation or remorse.

      The cowardly, lawless negroes and anarchists know that. . .

      • See The Future

        I hope it does not come to that. There will a lot of dead and injured on both sides.

        • ejXinMI

          I too wish it were not so. However, we are in a long-term struggle for the existence of our race. At this late date, the welfare of our children, and grandchildren is in jeopardy. I fear I do not have the courage to do what is really necessary to help turn the tide. Buchanan, Brimelow, Derbyshire, Taylor, and others provide an intellectual foundation for action. But there is no action– yet. As a paradigm, I favor independent folks choosing to act in concert. I don’t want to be “led” by a “leader” (cf. Edmund Burke). But when?

          • Bill Moore

            Hello ejXinMi,

            Eventually, it will be up to the Caucasians in the USA to have the courage to stop it.

            But, we have to wait until it comes to us.

            We should be ready when that time comes, and don’t stop getting even until the black virus is wiped out.

            Thank you,
            Bill Moore

          • none of your business

            I have the courage but no money and no allies.

    • See The Future

      The politicians held back the national guard. They were afraid to offend the rioting black savages.

      • dd121

        …and their white liberal handlers.

    • Bill Moore

      Hello dd121,

      Eventually, it will be up to the Caucasians in the USA to have the courage to stop it.

      But, we have to wait until it comes to us.

      We should be ready when that time comes, and don’t stop getting even until the black virus is wiped out.

      Thank you,
      Bill Moore

  • Fee-fi-fo-fum

    The more whites try to avoid confronting or even agitating or associating with blacks the more blacks seek to provoke a face off. They want a fight and are not going to be happy until they get one.

    • George Costanza

      The media, the gov’t and so many other institutions are so powerfully bias against whites, That even if we win, we still lose..

      • A Freespeechzone

        You either have to take a stand, or ‘lay down and die’.

  • If the testimony of Darren Wilson is accurate, and the Grand Jury thinks so, then Michael Brown was a thug, a thug who was filled with hate towards white cops. He showed that hate in his actions on August 9. He was so filled with this hate that he did a number of very stupid and probably drug induced things leading to his own death. It is a sad story. It is all the more sad and ironic because instead of learning from Mr. Brown’s mistakes, many in the Black community are emulating him, with more hate. And the cycle goes on. It is so interesting to me, that we don’t hear much from the White community that could be equally upset by the behavior of the Black mobs. It is a one sided story we hear. I’m grateful that the Grand Jury could see beyond it.

    Q.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      I think if there were complete objectivity in this incident, it would have been found to be a simple case of suicide-by-cop. Given that Brown made no attempt to block Wilson’s twelve shots. He was wading into the rounds. That has all the makings of suicide-by-cop; plus all the taunting. There may have been no race involved at all.

      • Whitetrashgang

        Yes, he didn’t want to do the 10 plus years for a strong arm robbery, and or a grade 9 math test to get out.

        • See The Future

          He was in a violent rage……..Officer Wilson was lucky that one shot entered the top of the skull or he might have been severely injured or killed by Brown.

      • See The Future

        Has anyone seen any toxicology results. Was he clean or under the influence of a substance?

        • AndrewInterrupted

          I know they found THC (pot) in his system, but that lingers for almost a month.

        • Chasmania

          I read that the levels were such as to be described as “hallucinatory”, which I took to be substantial.

      • none of your business

        I doubt it was suicide by cop. Brown is a typical empowered black thug who thought he could get away with anything. Also his IQ is probably below 80.

    • See The Future

      Michael Brown was a victim of his bad attitude. I suspect his bad attitude had a lot to do with his parents being poor role models.

      • SentryattheGate

        Those of us who worked in schools sure saw a lot of that bad attitude, in the black “students” and with their “parents”!

      • Bill Moore

        Hello See The Future,

        Michael Brown’s bad attitude has a lot to do with him being an African.

        According to DNA analysis in a Nature Magazine article about ten years ago, Africans are a mixture of Chimpanzee and Caucasian DNA. The theory is that the Caucasians (originating in the Caucasus Mountains in Europe, from which they derive their name) were driven south into Africa by the advancing sheets of ice during the last ice age (ten thousand years ago).

        Some of the Caucasian women were raped by Chimpanzees and some of the Caucasian women became pregnant. Thus Africans were born.

        This article has the ring of truth to it.

        Just My Thoughts,
        Bill Moore

        • none of your business

          Sounds good, but if the White women were raped by chimps wouldn’t their hair be long, wavy or straight and auburn?

  • Katherine McChesney

    This was their Christmas Shopping. Black August, Black October and Black November.

    • phillyguy

      the worst part of this whole Ferguson mess that I’ve seen, more idiot whites protesting not only in Ferguson but in every city in the USA .

      • Katherine McChesney

        I agree. Those were brain-dead liberal Whites.

        • See The Future

          Years of brainwashing by the media, churches and schools

      • Sheik Yerbouti

        Be glad for this. They aren’t sitting in the shadows being fools, they are elbow to elbow with the demons being fools. It’s like a drunk hitting bottom. Some of them look up one day and realize they are surrounded by losers. Some of them don’t.

        These foolish white leftists are on track to learn some of life’s hardest lessons. Some will lose their virginity in jail to the very “oppressed” people they feel so guilty being white for. The really foolish ones are the young white men. They don’t realize just how highly prized they are for black domination and humiliation.

        Some night they’re going to be invited to a cool party full of really cool diverse people.

      • Bill Moore

        Hello Phillyguy,

        I agree. I see a lot of white faces in the crowd of rioters.

        How about some facial recognition software so we can find out who these creeps are.

        Thank you,
        Bill Moore

  • AndrewInterrupted

    “No justice, no peace” is an encapsulation of the lex talionis, an eye for an eye. Do we really want to go back to race-based lynch law?

    Some AmRen-ers have said that twice as many White people were lynched during Jim Crow as Blacks. Buchanan has made a fundamental error here. It wasn’t race-based lynching, it was garden variety vigilantism.

    • Sick of it

      Really, the locals had to uphold the law as the officials in charge would not, being carpetbaggers. We are pretty much at that point today, carpetbaggers in office or not.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        But, law taken into your own hands–not racial-based law.

  • Rick O’Shea

    The reason blacks are able to talk about Wilson and Brown interchangeably without any regard for the fact that one was a cop and one was a criminal (as in, when they talk about “If Brown had shot Wilson instead…” and “but we’re not treated that way when we’ve killed someone…” etc.) is because they quite simply don’t really care about the finer points of who you are or what you were up to.

    Criminal or cop, male or female, young or old… these aren’t really the key point for them. For them only one factor matters: race.

    Any black person is automatically an avatar for their entire race, and any white person is automatically seen as an avatar for our race. It might be time for us to acknowledge this and act accordingly.

    They don’t look at the details of “a police officer shot a criminal who was attacking him, and here are the specifics of that circumstance” they just see “white killed black.”

    • antiquesunlight

      That is exactly right. Every time that little voice in my head speaks up and says, “Hey, maybe black people aren’t really so bad; give them a break,” I talk to one and realize that, actually, they really are that bad. There’s a black guy on my Facebook, a guy I’ve known most of my life, and he is completely, totally incapable of viewing any race-related situation objectively. It’s always Evil Whitey oppressing the black guy, no matter what the facts are. I used to be friends with black people who seemed normal and decent, but I’m about at the point that I just want to avoid all of them, regardless of how normal they might appear, because it seems like they are invariably delusional about race. It’s exasperating.

  • FozzieT

    OJ, Trayvon, Ferguson. These are teachable moments when black illogic, stupidity, hatred, lack of self-control, etc. are on full display for a national white audience to see. I cannot but help to believe that this event created many more race realists. The question now is how to encourage them.

  • Douchebagalo

    There never was a race based lynching law. a higher total number of whites were lynched but as has always been the case, in proportion to their numbers blacks have always committed a much higher rate of violent crime. during those days hanging was a routine punishment for rapists, murderers, and thieves.

  • John Smith

    Black privilege.

  • David Ashton

    Another view (condensed) for thoughtful comments:

    “Forty-six years ago I was on the edge of throwing a brick. I heard that Martin Luther King had been murdered. I can remember thinking what would become of me in the country of my birth, the country my father fought for in a segregated army, and which he was proud of. It was then I began to think that my life would have to be elsewhere, not in America. Yet I didn’t resort to violence, didn’t give in to the rage and despair, because my father and mother hadn’t…
    “Watching streets burn all over America, watching people of my age and younger breaking into shops, carrying off goods as if taking the American Dream by force, I found myself understanding them. Being with them in a way. Living in a society in which your very presence is seen as a threat is enough to break anyone. “Fear of a Black Planet” nails America’s existential crisis with black people. I imagine [Ferguson] to be much like the South Side of Chicago, where I grew up, once full of white people, now gone – and with them the amenities. In their place “chicken shacks”; McDonald’s; expensive places to buy smartphones; small grocery shops run by marginal people, but what Americans call ‘Asian’. To the Community, they became the White People, receptacles of the rage and despair.
    “All the while you live in this as Black Man. It means you can cause havoc by just walking into a shop, and maybe you act stupid because of that. Sure, if you have money, or are a TV personality or a big music star, America is fine. The real class divide is between the ‘have nots’, the ‘haves’ – and the ‘have yachts’. But if you’re a black man, you can still get mowed down by a householder, or Officer Friendly….
    “To judge this presidency by any normal parameters is not possible because it has not been allowed to be normal. Obama is a black man. The same reason that Michael Brown was killed. That’s the truth and I’m sorry to have to say so.”
    — Bonnie Greer, “The Independent”, November 26, p.10.

    • FinnShane

      “…small grocery shops run by marginal people, but what Americans call ‘Asian’. To the Community, they became the White People, receptacles of the rage and despair.” There it is, the never ending need for so many blacks to blame others for their failures. If Whites somehow mysteriously vanished they would simply move on to blaming the next group of “oppressors”. The Asians and Hispanics won’t take any of crap though, unlike so many mentally paralyzed Whites.

      • David Ashton

        A good point – there is no induced “guilt”.

      • none of your business

        A commission headed by big shot demorat Warren Christopher “investigated” the 1964 Watts riots. All blame was laid on White race Jewish religion shopkeepers and White police being mean to black thugs. Warren Christopher also “investigated” the Rodney King riots. All blame was laid on Asian/Indian/Arab immigrant shopkeepers and evil White police.
        The more things change.

    • Kenner

      So this black woman refuses to call an asian an asian, instead calls them ‘marginal people’?
      Excellent, let’s spread this far and wide in comments. –Thanks, David.

    • When anything remotely linked to Blacks happens in this world (particularly in which mileage can be gained out of milking the teats of white guilt) you can pretty much bet your life that on the British media you will find one of the three mouthpieces:

      1) Yasmin Alibhai Brown.

      2) Diane Abbott.

      3) Bonnie Greer.

      The first is said to have laughed at how she wants the white male to be an extinct species within a hundred years. The last claimed that there was no such thing as an indigenous Briton. The one in the middle has claimed all sorts of things throughout a career revolving around race-hustling in favour of her fellow blacks.

      They go around in rotation. Black issues in London = Diane Abbott. Muslim and general race affairs = Yasmin Brown. Worldwide white guilt-mongering = Bonnie Greer.

      On the other side of the media table, or on the other end of the couch, the media will have…. well, often nobody. Particularly not anybody remotely capable or knowledgeable in how to counteract these people.

      There you have it. There is only one world view possible, and even the ‘allowed’ dissenting ones are part of it!

      • David Ashton

        An excellent summary of the three witches’ brew.
        Have you seen Yasmin’s book “Who Do We Think We Are?” with the negrified Queen on the cover? Those pursed lips with their de haut en bas expression once gave out the following: “We should even consult the English, poor dears.” Very many years ago, but after she had left her crazy activism of “New Society” days and become rather “conservative” on sexual issues, I wrote to her saying that if she really wanted Muslim-Christian co-operation, perhaps she could advocate joint patrols against prostitutes (nka “sex workers”) in family neighborhoods; and I got a postcard back in red ink saying that if she did that, people would think she was “right-wing”. Perish the thought!

        • I haven’t seen her book, perhaps for the simple reason that I cannot stand her and thus avoid anything she does as much as possible.

          I also remember how she was part of establishing a group to try and force newspapers to not mention any negative descriptions of immigration or race or religion and to, essentially, curb journalists. (Not sure what happened with that).

          She has been nothing but an anti-white agitating parasite since she arrived in this country. Nothing would please me more than having her evicted from this land, and maybe her two counterparts in tow behind her.

          She was on the radio last month stating that Europe and Britain’s attitude to those Africans trying to come here (in boats and through other means) is “genocidal”.

          Forget that they chose to set off. Forget that they are illegals. Forget that they are the victims of traffickers. Forget that we do not owe anybody a “better future” – particularly at the detriment of our own…..

          ….and forget that by importing all these “sob story” Africans to Britain and Europe it will be white people facing GENOCIDE……

          …..she does not care about that. All she cares about is the plight of non-whites and the ability to make herself sound compassionate and better than anybody else.

          She is a vile woman.

          • David Ashton

            She has attacked the burqa and once in a sentence referred to “black crime”, but she is a pain in the national nether region. Here is a quote from her “Independent” column (17 November): “Resentment started rising, as it does when you start getting older. The —– are simply everywhere, EVERYWHERE, thinking they own the world we made. We get these bad thoughts flooding up too often.” Missing word? The “young”, e.g. this “young lass with blond hair, full red lips and beautiful eyes….” i.e. Taylor Swift.

            However, she is not the only continual pain in our body politic. There are plenty of non-black males, from David Aaronvitch upwards.

          • Jonathan Portes (who is a snide piece of work and looks to me like a You Know Who) and his pro-immigration fanatic bum-chum Phillipe Legrain would also be on my list for starters.

            I could have replied an hour ago….but I have only just finishing laughing at David Cameron’s “tough” ‘new’ measures on immigration.

            He is attacking the issue with all the ferocity of a toothless sheep. I am sure that his ‘Keynote Speech’ “talking” will put the fear of God into all potential immigrants and illegals and that they really will get it down to the “tens of thousands”…… tens of thousands a week, that is.

            Listening to the radio earlier, it appears they have no actual clue about any of the numbers – it relies on random samples and questionnaires taken at airports etc. In other words, there could be 1.5 Million arriving and staying and they wouldn’t really know.

            But don’t worry, toothless Dave has it in hand…. and Mr Milliband and his band of merry “persons” will surely help him out when it is their turn.

          • David Ashton

            My reply has come back from Disqus walkabout (again)! I have just watched a TV discussion of Dave’s “measures” by two women, one a business-person who says we need immigrants and the other a refugee-campaigner who says immigrants need us: so that’s it!

            Meanwhile, the latest “New Scientist” tells us that immigration (however uneducated and undocumented) is a total bonus for “economic growth”, and the latest “Times Literary Supplement” has a review by pro-immigration philosophy lecturer Sarah Fine of “The Ethics of Immigration” by Joseph Carens, arguing that “democratic principles” entail, not national exclusion supported by the public, but “the equal moral worth of all human beings” rather than “acting on the restrictionist inclinations of the majority of citizens”.

            “Even with the conventional view in place, Carens argues, we must still rule out a variety of illegitimate practices in admissions policy, such as discriminating between candidates on grounds of race, ethnicity our sexual orientation, or…family members….[plus] extensive responsibilities towards refugees…. Carens mounts his case in favour of open borders. As he famously puts it, ‘citizenship in Western democracies is the modern equivalent of feudal class privileges [and] hard to justify’…a brilliant, engaging, persuasive book…top of the reading list for the new President of the European Commission.”

            Oh, for the likes of Sarah to meet a Somali refugee or an Afro-Caribbean recreational-substance protection unit on a dark night!

          • David Ashton

            You are right about Portes & Co too.

      • David Ashton

        My friendly reply to this seems to have gone Disqus walkabout (again).

  • JohnCabel

    I hope white folks wake up! Some are going to, no doubt. Evolution must have given whites survival genes so most have them and most will wake up at some point. There are many ways to help out search for “West Africa” on Youtube and share with your friends! There are many great books out there and videos by AmRen! Read about the accomplishments of white people in “The March of the Titans” or “Human Achievement”. White Western culture is worth fighting for, it is only the lies of the media and Hollywood that have obscured our vision and greatness! BTW my avatar is from the film: ” Things to Come” highly recomended!

  • Chasmania

    “… but tongue-tied when it come to denouncing the thuggery of black youth on the streets of Ferguson. ”

    And here is my question. Is this oversight by progressives and black apologists one of ‘convenience’ so as to allow a stance that is politically motivated, or do they TRULY feel that black misbehavior is justified for the myriad of reasons that are usually claimed (slavery, white racism, etc…) ?

    • none of your business

      I knew many White apologists for black crime. They are true believers. It is also a tribal thing like food taboos.

  • none of your business

    I don’t think I cruised the internet at the time of Rodney King but every once in a while some Rodney King stories were briefly, very briefly mentioned in the MSM. He was arrested several times during the officer’s trials and even before the trials.
    Here is the best tale of Rodney King.
    When he got out of prison the parole board arranged a job for him at Dodger stadium as a groundskeeper. He worked an 8 to 4 shift. Dodger stadium is in a ravine above a main street, Santa Monica blvd in Los Angeles. When he got off work he often drove west a few miles to the infamous Santa Monica blvd prostitute area.
    So one day he picked up a female type prostitute. The prostitute directed him to drive to and park in an alley full of car ports behind apartment houses. Unbeknownst to the prostitute the tenants of the apartments were sick and tired of prostitutes using their car ports to transact their business. They demanded action by the police. So people who were at home would keep an eye on the carports across the alley. A watcher saw the prostitute and King pull into a carport and called police.
    King was groping around and discovered the prostitute was an intact male as they say of domestic animals. So he started beating up the prostitute. At the same time 2 police cars arrived and blocked the ends of the alley. 2 detectives got out of one and started walking up the alley to arrest the prostitute and customer.
    Then King threw the prostitute out of the car and drove out of the alley. The detectives saw who he was ( St. Rodney the eternal victim aka his excellency Prince Rodney the aristocrat who must not be annoyed by the police) and just got out of the way and let him go.
    The Los Angeles Slimes rejoiced that the detectives let Rodney go not even stopping him.
    Message was police are impotent in the face of black thuggery.

  • none of your business

    Buchanan has been blathering the same old moral high ground, patriotic stupidity and, expectations that blacks might reform if their defense of thuggery and homicide are just pointed out often enough. Bill O’Reilly is his ideological son. Buchanan’s praise of MLK, the civil rights movement and disappointment that blacks are getting worse and worse is an old story and I am sick of it.
    It is not 1964 when Whites hoped that given a chance blacks would shape up and become normal citizens. It is 50 years later and Buchanan still preaches the same old same old.
    This is a race realist site is it not? Buchanan is not a race realist. He is a race realism denier in that he still pontificates that someday blacks will become normal citizens.
    They won’t.