I’M sure we were all thoroughly sickened by the attack on a defenceless patient by the four black care workers in America this week. These animals unleashed an assault on this young, mentally impaired white man, that truly defies the imagination.
To add insult to his horrific ordeal, this evil quartet actually videoed their actions and published it on social media. Let’s hope this scum get all they deserve and, if found guilty, find themselves gazing through bars for some considerable time.
What interested me was the overall reaction of the white communities. Basically this consisted of expressions of disgust and disbelief, followed by the calm trust that the law will take its course and justice ultimately be served. The difference here of course is that, had the positions been reversed, and the attack perpetrated by four white workers on a defenceless black person, there would have been screams of racism, marches and possible rioting throughout the country.
Why is that? Why are some black people so quick to blame white people for their misfortunes and so-called social injustices? I have never considered myself a racist but to my mind, these hysterical and often violent reactions, are, in fact, racism in its most serious form: precisely what the demonstrations are supposed to be protesting against.
Makes no sense to me, in fact to my mind, these actions create the very real danger of turning even more people into racists.
I think it is high time black communities began looking inward for solutions to their problems, instead of constantly blaming outside white influences for their shortcomings.
Please peruse this piece carefully before releasing the expected slings and arrows. Thanks.
Keep the Faith