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Pat Buchanon Openly States That-Which-Must-Not-Be-Said:

I haven’t read enough of Pat Buchanon’s works to know how much I ultimately agree with him, but he makes a valuable point, one which is utterly neglected in the mainstream press.

On a related note, a black church in Augusta, GA celebrated the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, headlined by the famous “I have a dream” speech by MLK.  Note the hoodies worn by the church congregants, including the pastor, Rev. Herman Mason.  I’ll get around to a summary post of the George Zimmerman trial/travesty at some point. In the news story, Rev. Mason concludes that MLK would be greatly distressed by the level of violence in the black community.  But I have to say, his entire point is belied by the absurd hoodies he and his flock are sporting.  It’s important, when we see a hoodie worn as a political statement, to summarize the rhetoric and ultimate political conclusions being made, which are the following:

The ultimate root (and therefore blame) of black violence is not in the character of he who commits the violent act, but in the racism and prejudice of the larger white society.

To summarize the summary: Black violence is white people’s fault.

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