Time to Deal with Black Racism

Lloyd Marcus
The term "racist" in America is synonymous with white. According to the liberal media elites (New York Times writers, ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN), Hollywood (Jeanine Garafolo and associates) and the Obama administration, white America is automatically guilty of being racist. The burden is on whites to prove their innocence. It is wrong that decent white people always find themselves on the defensive in regards to race relations.

No one dares to mention, rebuke or even consider the possibility of minority racism. And yet, when Obama received 96% of the black vote with many thinking Sarah Palin was his Vice President, it is safe to concluded most blacks voted skin color over principles; which is racism.

Jesse Jackson said blacks cannot be racist because they are not in power. This is hog wash, liberal intellectual "double speak" and another typical liberal attempt to relieve blacks of any responsibility for wrongdoing. Such so-called black leaders have the audacity to complain about black-on-black crime and the epidemic of black males dropping out of school. Black liberal enablers cannot relieve black males of personal responsibility for their behavior, blaming everything on whitey, and expect the lives of these youths to change for the better.

Like every other sin, a measure of racism will always exist. But we cannot continue allowing minority racism to go unchecked and expect us to ever truly become united as Americans.

Lloyd Marcus, Black Unhyphenated American
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The term "racist" in America is synonymous with white. According to the liberal media elites (New York Times writers, ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN), Hollywood (Jeanine Garafolo and associates) and the Obama administration, white America is automatically guilty of being racist. The burden is on whites to prove their innocence. It is wrong that decent white people always find themselves on the defensive in regards to race relations.

No one dares to mention, rebuke or even consider the possibility of minority racism. And yet, when Obama received 96% of the black vote with many thinking Sarah Palin was his Vice President, it is safe to concluded most blacks voted skin color over principles; which is racism.

Jesse Jackson said blacks cannot be racist because they are not in power. This is hog wash, liberal intellectual "double speak" and another typical liberal attempt to relieve blacks of any responsibility for wrongdoing. Such so-called black leaders have the audacity to complain about black-on-black crime and the epidemic of black males dropping out of school. Black liberal enablers cannot relieve black males of personal responsibility for their behavior, blaming everything on whitey, and expect the lives of these youths to change for the better.

Like every other sin, a measure of racism will always exist. But we cannot continue allowing minority racism to go unchecked and expect us to ever truly become united as Americans.

Lloyd Marcus, Black Unhyphenated American
LloydMarcus.com