Truth vs. Hype
Over 100 years ago, Booker T. Washington said this: “There is another class of colored people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs — partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs.” ~ Booker T. Washington from 1911
Booker T. Washington, 1911, more than a hundred years ago on the grievance industry. He’s talking about the Reverend Jackson and Al Sharpton and you pick your name. Anybody else who does this kind of stuff, he’s talking exactly about them. They do not want it to stop. They do not want it to go away. They “do not want the Negro to lose his grievances” means they don’t want any of this solved because they did not want to lose their jobs. There were race hustlers even back in the day of Booker T. Washington. There were race hustlers back in the days of slavery. This isn’t gonna end. This is not gonna end until the Democrat Party somehow, some way, is ever held accountable for what they have visited on this country. ~Rush Limbaugh
“The right end of the problem I will tell you, as a law enforcement officer, is not to build larger jails. It’s not to hire more law enforcement officers. It’s to get into our families and our school systems, and yes, into our churches and start to bring back the training of character and integrity to our communities.” ~Sheriff David Morgan
Sheriff Speaks Out on Law, Race, and Character
Some History of Race Relations and Identity Politics
Race Hustlers & Thugs Won’t Like What This Florida Sheriff Has to Say to the Black Community
Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan had some wise words he delivered lately. However, I’m sure some of the race baiters, the Obama administration and others who thrive off of the constant war of ethnic communities in America are going to be going after him once they hear what he had to say. However, he was right on.
“First off, let me take issue with the title ‘African-American,'” Sheriff Morgan said. “We’re Americans. I’m fourth generation Welsh. I, nor my family, do not pretend to say we are ‘Welsh-American.’ We are Americans. I was not born in Wales and the Blacks that currently reside in the united States of America are not from Africa.”
He went on to point out that terms like “African-American” are the kinds of terms that are used to divide Americans. Sheriff Morgan asked what the issues minority communities face in Escambia County.
“Many are real and many are perceived,” he said. “I will tell you that I think most of them are perceived.”
Why would Sheriff Morgan say that? He pointed back to the history of our nation. I will point out that after taking issue with the term “African-American,” he then uses the very term to address the issue he is speaking about.
“Not that many years ago, the thought of electing an ‘African-American’ president would have been unthinkable in the United States of America,” said Sheriff Morgan.
Indeed, it would have since the person must be a natural born citizen in order to be president, but the current usurper-in-chief has all sorts of questions not only about his place of birth, but even about who his mother, father and grandparents are.
Sheriff Morgan reminded the Black community that they are a little less than 13% of the united States.
“Had every one of those people been voter eligible, only 13% could have voted for President Obama,” he noted. “President Obama has won two elections as president of the united States.”
He then pointed to what that meant. It simply means that a wide variety of Americans from various ethnicities voted for him. He then dropped the bomb on the race baiters.
I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. ~Martin Luther King, Jr.
“If we are such a ‘racist nation,’ then why do we have…
- A Black president?
- Why was General Chappy James the first 4-Star General?
- Why was General Colin Powell promoted to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and later to Secretary of State?
- Why do we currently have an Attorney General who is also Black?
Sheriff Morgan then said that anyone making an argument that America is a “racist nation” is “focusing on a specific instances where we may have had problems with race relations, but it certainly does not paint any organization or any individuals or any nation as racist.”
However, he did point out that the Black community has embraced a “thug culture.” This culture, according to Sheriff Morgan, embraces “foul language, shooting cops, abusing women.”
“If you don’t think those things have an effect on our children, you need to get a grip,” he warned.
The video then cuts to clip of Sheriff Morgan addressing the issue of Black on White crime in Florida and asking, “Where is the outrage?”
Sadly, there are crickets from the racist administration of Barack Obama because that would not fit his agenda. However, Sheriff Morgan did have some wise words.
“The right end of the problem I will tell you, as a law enforcement officer, is not to build larger jails,” he said. “It’s not to hire more law enforcement officers. It’s to get into our families and our school systems, and yes, into our churches and start to bring back the training of character and integrity to our communities.”
“We have raised an a-social generation,” he concluded.
He then pointed to the fact that criminologists had predicted this years ago, referring to this time as “The Rise of the Super Predators.” These are people who are untethered to either faith, family, religion or community. For these kinds of people, it is all about them to the exclusion of anyone else.
Read more at http://freedomoutpost.com/2015/04/race-hustlers-thugs-wont-like-what-this-florida-sheriff-has-to-say-to-the-black-community/#0M7wdyuUPFVPCJay.99