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Unless you are a truly dedicated news hound like me you may not be aware of the unfolding and dramatic increase in black on white violence. You could be forgiven that lack of knowledge based on the near total blackout of the issue by nearly every major national media source. When these events are reported these same media outlets have chosen to ignore “race” in their coverage. This is supposed to demonstrate that they have achieved the saintly status of “Politically Correct.” I guess their sensitivity training certificates were not good enough for the likes of the race baiting little Barry, Jacksons, Holders and Sharptons of the world.

Given the near (pardon the unintentional pun) blackout it is likely you haven’t seen the surveillance video that showed six black male suspects outside a club in Springfield, Missouri brutally assaulting a white man and his girlfriend.

Well, the Springfield police saw the video and attempted to use it on their Youtube account to see if the public could help identify any of the assailants. In what I can only describe as an act of senseless stupidity Youtube pulled the video and warned the Springfield police department that any similar “violations” could cause them to lose the ability to post videos or even lose their Youtube account.

In defending this racially biased insult to the Springfield police department Youtube offered the following banality, “YouTube is all about sharing, and it can feel great to get positive feedback and attention from the community.” Youtube then continued, “But when users receive comments or videos that attack and bully them, their experience is no longer fun or safe.” I guess all the other Youtube videos showing assaults didn’t offend anyone.

Meet thirteen year old Kyle Bradford. Kyle is a student at Weaverville Elementary School in Weaverville, California. He never imagined as he went through the lunch line one day that he would find himself suspended from school for a simple act of kindness.

On this day young Kyle wasn’t really hungry. Sitting with one of his friends who didn’t like his lunch, Kyle gave him the chicken burrito he had been given. Later Kyle would explain his decision making process this way, “It seemed like he couldn’t get a normal lunch so I just wanted to give mine to him because I wasn’t really that hungry and it was just going to go in the garbage if I didn’t eat it.” His choice to share his lunch got him suspended.

Weaverville Elementary School is part of the Trinity Alps Unified School District. The district has a strict policy against students sharing their lunches. It is, they say, a safety and liability issue. I’m sure that’s how the policy was sold to those who supported it but I think it is just one more cog in the public indoctrination system. Young Kyle must be taught to conform at any cost. I guess Kyle was not aware that feeding people was the governments job and we all know how the government feels about competition.

Kyles mother offered the following, “By all means the school can teach them math and the arithmetic and physical education, but when it comes to morals and manners and compassion, I believe it needs to start at home with the parent.” Well said.

It is well known that politicians love polls because it saves them from having to actually think but this poll is really revealing. After reading this poll I have no doubt these same politicians will be scrambling to find more ways to ensure their job security.

A new Reuters/Ipsos poll showed that 23.9 percent of Americans polled from Aug. 23 through Sept. 16 strongly supported or tended to support the idea of their state seceding from the union. 53.3 percent of the respondents either were strongly opposed or tended to oppose secession.

According to the poll results the desire to sever ties with the current political class cuts across party lines. The poll showed that 29.7 percent of republicans and 21 percent of democrats approve of the idea of having their state seceding. The idea of secession was most popular in the southwest where 34.1 percent support the idea. The New England area, you know where all the government workers live, their was little support for succession. Go figure.

Texas, Colorado and California all have succession or reapportionment movements currently underway. As more and more Americans become aware of just how repressive their government is becoming I expect that trend to continue.

No one who pays attention doubts that the Kenyan little Barry and his minion Eric Holder fight hard and dirty for principles they believe are important. Sadly these principles do not include concepts like free speech, the right to life, the right to not be endlessly spied upon, the right to believe in ones faith (unless you’re an islamist) or a hundred other protections granted to us by the Constitution.

The “right” little Barry and his minions are clamoring for now is, wait for it, the right for people to not have to speak or even know English to work in America. Little Barry and the boys are not just demanding this “right” they have gone so far as to sue a Green Bay, Wisconsin metal and plastics manufacturer. The company is being accused by little Barry’s criminal enterprise, sorry, I meant administration, of discrimination for firing a group of Hmong and Hispanic workers because they could not speak English.

In a clear cut abuse of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, little Barry is insisting that requiring workers to know English in order to perform their jobs and insisting that said workers speak English while working is a violation of the Civil Rights act. It seems the criminal enterprise (there I go again) known as the Obama administration feels it is unnecessary for workers to be able to communicate with their supervisor, understand instructions or even be able to ask for clarification or help. Is this an effort to criminalize the mere concept of understanding? I suppose that if no one can speak English there is a high probability that they would be well insulated from the few outlets of conservative thought that are readily available.

To further harass business owners the Kenyans administration has take legal action against employers who conduct criminal background and credit checks. This they say, is unfair to criminals and people with low credit scores. I guess if you own a business you must now subject your business to the whims of criminals because after all, “you didn’t build that.” One can almost hear little Barry now, “Let me be clear here, the whole character thing doesn’t matter. I just need a permanent underclass dependent on me for the truth.”

I know the Kenyan and his minions hate this country and from a progressive/liberal perspective this all makes perfect sense. To those of us who still have a modicum of common sense though these ideas are really bizarre.

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