The lead story on NBC News Sunday night was about 6 year old boy who had been shot and killed by police in Louisiana. The second story was about blacks protesting at the University of Missouri against a series of alleged ‘racist’ incidents. Buried deep in the news was a video of a Palestinian woman who attacked a security guard with a knife.
No mention of the national debt or other major issues that directly affect the people of the United States. All drama.
At Mizzou a group of football players and others are ‘boycotting’ their sport until the University President gets fired.
The allegations include someone calling someone else a name (the evil ‘N’ word) and someone creating a NAZI symbol out of human feces. Gross. Just to clarify, the person using the ‘N’ word was allegedly white (4 white girls). The thousands of times a day that blacks refer to each other as ‘nigger’ were not mentioned.
Students are also mad that the University President refused to speak to them when they held him against his will forcibly in a homecoming game parking lot. Students surrounded his car and refused to let him go for a short time and he refused to talk to them. Gee, I wonder why.
Did you know that holding someone again their will or denying them the ability to leave is actually a crime? Its called (legally) kidnapping. Its a felony.
But all of this is the fault of the white school president and the second most important news story in the nation on a Sunday night.
I don’t’ doubt that there is racism at the University of Missouri and I don’t doubt that most of it is being committed by black students against whites. Why? Because I see it every day all over the south. Sure, there are white racists; but the most racist Americans are always minorities, just like the fact that the most sexist people are all women and most domestic violence is INITIATED by women.
If you don’t understand this, you probably shouldn’t be reading this blog.
Professional victimhood is a hall mark of cultural Marxism and needs to end. Perhaps more importantly however, is the way the major media covers it.
I was once interviewed by ABC news near a levee in Fargo, North Dakota during a spring flood. They interviewed me for about 8 minutes and used exactly ONE SECOND of the interview on the news. I’m not bothered that I wasn’t on the air more (I’ve been interviewed a bunch of times so no big deal) I was bothered by the ABC News producer who on occasion would say, ‘We can use that;’ after something I said; and at one point I heard hims say, ‘that’s what we needed.’
“That’s what we needed?”
At some point in year’s passed news reporting went from researching stories to ‘scripting’ stories. That is to say, develop an angle and a powerful story and then draft an outline and script and then go find people and video to fill in the blanks. Not news, but propaganda.
Unfortunately nearly half of the population does not understand this and does not want too. They actually believe there is a race crisis on the campus of U of M.
NEWSFLASH: there isn’t. Its all made up.