A few brief comments on race

Karen, the trending “acceptable” racist term

Kayleigh McEnany called out the Democrat Mayor of Chicago for all of the chaos, the carnage, the mayhem, and the murder taking place in Chicago without any action on the part of the Mayor.

The Democrat Mayor, Lori Lightfoot, staying true to Democrat modus operandi responded as you would expect a Democrat politician to respond…with a racist epithet, as she attempted to insult Ms. McEnany.

Mayor Lori Lightfoot: Hey, Karen. Watch your mouth.

You could say anything about white people in current day America. The derogatory term Karen is now standard bilge directed at white women, spewing out the mouth of many black citizens and woke white liberals, and a large segment of the population is quite alright with it.

Would it be ok for white people to take a stereo type that people have of black women, and then routinely start referring to black women one thinks fit the stereo type as Shannequa?

Would it…especially coming from such a prominent person in one of the major political parties in the country?

Would it…?

Then why is it this Karen none sense ok?

People speaking out

Finally, some popular black men are speaking out against the new trend of anti white commentary against a whole group of people. 

They are slow in coming, but it’s encouraging to see.

Thank you Terry Cruise, and now thank you Charles Barkley.

The things that we are hearing people say about white people, and the new policies that many are now advocating in the name of the black cause is scary. 

We are heading backwards if we allow this trend to continue. 

Racism is racism. We don’t tolerate it when it’s against blacks. Let’s not tolerate it against any group of people.


Listen to some other black voices if you are so inclined.

Booker T. Washington: “There is a class of colored people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs and the hardships of the negro race before the public. Some of these people people do not want the negro to lose his grievances because they do not want to lose their jobs.”

If you are fed a steady diet of victimhood, day in and day out 7 days a week, know that there is another perspective.

The culture of grievance is not the only perspective among black people. There are other voices calling on black people to lift up their heads and see hope, not despair. 

It’s not just Candace Owens. 

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