What do all of these have in common. As you look down through
history, racists have always made fun of and exaggerated the
physical differences of people of African decent as inferior.
From slavery, when we were considered three-fifths of a man,
until today, our intelligence and intellectual ability are always
in doubt and our physical and athletic prowess is attributed
to our supposed slower or lower evolutionary development
and our obsessive sex drive.
Many white racists believed in the past and do so now, that
the white man is on a higher evolutionary scale, otherwise,
they postulate, how can you explain, the reason why so many
black teens tend to score lower than whites on standardized
tests like the SAT’s. They never consider the disparity in
school and teacher quality and the amount of money spend
to educate an inner city black child compared to that of his
white suburban counter part.
By the way, Asians are outscoring whites today by as much as 25%,
but that's not talked about.
So to have the most powerful man in the free world,
the President Of The United States be of African decent,
highly educated, who speaks the kings english better than
the king, is counter to their whole false belief system.
Take a look and you don’t see much difference in the racists cartoons
of the past and the New York Post recent cartoon.
New York Post 2009
As for today on the internet, words like nappy hair, big lips,
big black asses are typed in hundreds of thousands times a month.
As much as some things have changed in America when it comes
to race relations, a lot hasn’t. Hypocrites like Pat Buchannan,
who claim to be offended and upset because newly appointed Attorney
General Eric Holder calls Americans cowards when it comes to
race relations, need to stop the false pretense, they are only
Below Is More Of The Racism That We Are Seeing Starting
To Surface Since President Obama Has Taken Office.
Fortunately It Is Far Less Tolerated And Condoned By
The Majority Of Whites, Than 25 Years Ago.
U.S. Attorney Eric Holder stepped on some toes when he said we need to talk more. But he was absolutely right.
Within short span, we have two examples of racial ignorance----one from the nation's largest city and another from a city that is only 2-1/4 square miles.
Let's start with the mayor of Los Alamitos, CA., a tiny town in Orange County. Mayor Dean Grose was forced to apologize after it was reported he sent an e-mail out to colleagues and business people--including a black woman who serves on a committee with the mayor--that depicts the White House lawn planted with watermelons.
I'm not sure how Grose expected people to respond, but African Americans don't find watermelon jokes funny. All you have to do is research racial stereotypes to understand why. The smiling "darkey" eating watermelon was a popular image during America's racist past, and was the one of the stereotypes used by Obama-haters during the presidential campaign .
Grose claims he was "unaware of the stereotype that black people like watermelon," and didn't mean to "offend" African Americans. But you don't have to be from a small town to be ignorant about offensive stereotypes.
New York Post owner Rupert Murdoch was forced to give a rare apology after a racially offensive political cartoon sparked daily protests outside the newspaper's offices. The cartoon depicted two New York cops shooting a chimpanzee. The cartoonist linked the rampage of a chimp that tore off a woman's face to the creation of the stimulus package.
Murdoch and the cartoonist both claimed not to know the monkey has long been used as to disparage the intellect and humanity of African-Americans.
Just about any black person on the street could have told these white males they were about to set off a firestorm.