The column, called “Racial Violence Isn’t a One Way Street,” is now a feature on American Greatness, which, under the intrepid leadership of Julie Ponzi and her colleagues, has fast become the leading, cutting-edge paleoconservative publication.
Racism is a lot of things. One thing it is not:
A white child, aged five, executed by a black man with a shot to the head, as the tyke rode his bike. Ask the cultural cognoscenti. They’ll tell you: That’s never racism.
Otherwise, almost anything involving the perpetually aggrieved black community counts as racism.
Students hoist a “thin blue line” flag in solidarity with police: racism.
A black male is asked for his driver’s license: racism. Of course it’s systemic. Are you stupid, or something?
A white politician proclaims that “all lives matter”: Come again? Are you kidding me?!
A black student struggles with English grammar. English grammar is ruled racist. Take that, Dr. Johnson!
This, even though, logically, it is more likely that our student is not up to the task or hasn’t tried hard enough; that his tutor is not up to the task and hasn’t tried hard enough—or all of those things combined.
As you can see, accusations of racism are seldom grounded in reason or reality.
Racism, then, is just about anything other than the point-blank execution of little Cannon Hinnant (white), on August 9, by Darius Sessoms (black), and the rape, the other day, by Dejon Dejor Lynn, 25, of an old lady: his 96-year-old neighbor.
From the media industry’s modus operandi, we may comfortably deduce that the raped lady is almost certainly white.
Fully 73 percent of the residents of Ann Arbor, Michigan, are white. If the race of an unnamed victim of black crime is withheld, she’s most likely white. Were the victim Hispanic, the media industry would say so, and would forthwith withhold the picture and race of the “suspect,” so that the crime became an attack against a “minority.”
Similar black-on-white atrocities are a daily occurrence, documented, “in moving images,” by “the fearless and indefatigable journalist Colin Flaherty.” They are either ignored by the media industry or described as racially neutral.
In a powerful responsorial that is almost religious in cadence, Jack Kerwick, a FrontPageMag.com columnist, and occasional American Greatness contributor, commands us to “say their names”: …
UPDATE (8/14): Marc Train at WND:
Man …this woman is the ONLY conservative writer who will touch this with a million ft. pole. Tucker Carlson does a little but she hits it out of the park …