Thomas Sowell on the race war

Those who automatically say that the social pathology [violence] of the ghetto is due to poverty, discrimination, and the like cannot explain why such pathology was far less prevalent in the 1950s, when poverty and discrimination were worse. But there were not nearly as many grievance mongers and race hustlers [Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, et al] then. Thomas Sowell/NRO

I never believed that Obama would be a good president – good for the nation. Long before he was elected, I knew that he was nothing but dangerous to America and the Constitution. However, I hoped that if he was going to be elected president he would be able to bring us together as a nation regarding race and ethnicity. What he did with that great opportunity was divide us further.

Instead of empowering the black community to aspire to higher and better lives, he has empowered them to flash mobbing 7/11’s and beating white reporters. There is a sense of revenge in their criminal behavior toward whites. I don’t think I’m alone in feeling like we’re sitting on a powder keg in many major cities, right now. I think we’re on the verge of some violent and vicious rioting. And the upcoming election will make this worse.

It should be an interesting and tense summer.


2 responses to “Thomas Sowell on the race war


    As the Tea Party gears up to replace Obama, keep the house, and take the senate, I fear that there will be many incidences between now and the election.
    The best tool we have is the voting booth, that is unless the black panthers prevent us from voting, or, the voting tally is corrupted.

    Sowell said “violent and vicious rioting.”
    I agree, and it would surprise if there were not.

    • roxannadanna

      Me too and I think there will be a lot of set ups and plants at TEA party gatherings – in order to make the Tea party look bad. I think that’s one reason they are “laying low” as you said.

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