It’s time we start calling things by their proper name.
Black supremacy is a curious thing. On the one hand, it’s everywhere. It’s promulgated by black activists, Social Justice Warriors (SJWs), university professors, media pundits and Democrat electors. Every day, in every outlet, all the time. The most obvious example is “Black Lives Matter.”
Just three days ago, a black supremacist shot up a predominantly white church in Tennessee. Unlike when notorious white supremacist Dylann Roof shot up a black church in South Carolina, the mayhem in Tennessee has been met with almost total media silence.
On the other hand, black supremacy is almost forbidden for white people to talk about. When it is talked about, it is done in the most egregiously dishonest terms, with homages to pseudo-concepts like “oppression”, “patriarchy”, “systemic racism” and “white privilege.”
These concepts have no reality in themselves: there is no evidence of their existence. But these are the cudgels that black supremacists and their liberal allies use to beat down dissenters.
What’s going on here? Let’s take the current controversy with the NFL as an illustrative example.
What are the NFL players kneeling for?
Claim: they are kneeling because of “systemic police brutality towards young black men.”
Reality: This claim has been debunked thoroughly. Not only do police not target black men, all available evidence suggests that police actually target white men far more frequently because they are afraid of the repercussions of enforcing the law against minorities.
This reality is in spite of the fact that young black men (between the ages of 16 and 30) make up less than 2% of the overall population and are responsible for more than 50% of violent crime.
Is that a little startling? All available evidence from FBI crime statistics testifies for it’s veracity.
What’s going on here?
Claim: the NFL oppresses black people if it refuses to allow them to kneel during the American anthem, and refusing to kneel is de facto white supremacy.
Reality: the NFL is nearly 70% black. If anyone is being oppressed by the NFL, it’s Asian Americans who have almost zero representation in the sport.
The claim that patriotism is “white supremacy” is the clearest evidence of black supremacist ideology. The success of any nation requires the willingness of its citizenry to be deferential towards that nation. This manifests itself in many forms: family, tradition, heritage, culture, patriotism.
An anthem may be a small thing, but it is a piece of a much greater effort to ensure the survival of a nation.
The NFL #TakeAKnee protests are only logical if one assumes that every time a black person is killed by a police officer, it is an unjustified murder. This assumption dispenses with the officer’s right to be “innocent until proven guilty” and dispenses totally with the rule of law.
If young black men (again, 2% of the population) commit 50% of the violent crime, then what are these black supremacists, in effect, demanding?
They are demanding that police cease and desist in their effort to maintain communities and instead allow young black men to run roughshod over law and order. It would be hard to think of a more pathological kind of black supremacy than that.
It is the duty of the President to stand up for all law-abiding citizens and this is precisely what Trump is doing. The NFL boycott that he proposes is, in effect, a boycott of criminality in favor of law and order, and it is in the interest of every decent citizen to take part.