Racist Opinion: Racist Racists Are Racist

From Anonymous in Maryland.

“Racism” and “racist” are two of the most overused words in the English language.

Today the word “racist” is used to define any person, black or white, who makes a public statement that could be construed to be anything but complimentary. Loosely translated, if I disagree with you or your politics, I’m considered a racist. 

Human beings are now afraid to speak for fear of being labeled a racist.

The entire civil rights movement has been corrupted by political correctness and hypersensitivity. The liberal left has exploited this label to benefit their agenda and narrative. Racism is big business; just ask Jessie Jackson, net worth $9 million and Al Sharpton, admitted net worth of $2 million. Both of these men have made a successful living exploiting racism. The black lives matter (BLM) movement, which is an admitted Marxist organization, along with Antifa, are in fact hiding places for looters and rioters. They do little to bring unity to the races. Sadly, the democratic party receives significant funding from these organizations.

One could potentially label me a racist for speaking out against these two men and organizations.

If one would ask my view on racial equality, I would begin by sharing my family history. My ancestors were in fact abolitionists and members of the underground railroad. My grandfather, several generations removed, was in fact a defendant in a year-long trial because of his involvement in harboring a fugitive slave.  He lost the case and was forced to pay punitive damages to the slave holder. This case, which took place in Philadelphia in 1823, became one of the many legal cases used to determine the right to own a slave. Later in January 1863, another grandfather of mine fought for the Union Army. He was captured at the Battle of Murphysboro, Tennessee and incarcerated at the Libby prison, a confederate prison located in Richmond, Virginia. The hardships he endured in this deplorable prison were inhumane and cruel. Mind you, he fought and suffered greatly so black men could be free and equal. 

My past is deeply rooted in the advocacy of civil rights. I should not have to apologize for having white skin.

My ancestors would be saddened to learn how civil rights and equality are defined today. The term racism and racist have been cheapened to reflect political rhetoric without true meaning. Sadly, I see reverse discrimination in today’s society.

It’s politically incorrect for me to say this, but it is the elephant in the room. Why do we have a NAACP and not a NAAWP? Why do we have negro college funds and not white college funds? Why do we have Black Entertainment Network and not White Entertainment? Why do we have black history month and not white history month? Why do we have black Miss America and not White Miss America? Why aren’t professional sports teams more racially balanced? Why are 90% of the players on men’s basketball teams black? Does affirmative action only apply to black? 

I just said what most white Americans think but are too afraid to say publicly for fear of being called a racist.

I had a dear neighbor who is black tell me she is fearful of police. She is fearful of being singled out because of her skin color. She has never personally been arrested or detained. Her husband and children are very successful and hold prominent positions in the government and academic world. She is very down on America even though America gave her husband and children opportunities for success. I fail to see the logic in her fear and hatred, but it is impossible to have an honest, open conversation with her when it comes to this subject.  Sadly, I believe she has bought into the leftist narrative of oppression and truly believes what she hears on the news.

The reality is her family was successful not because of their skin color, but because of hard work and determination in an America that provides this opportunity for ALL.

References:

  1. Graphic: https://comicallyincorrect.com/
  2. https://www.celebritynetworth.com/richest-politicians/democrats/jesse-jackson-net-worth/
  3. We’ll never know the truth from this mess: https://www.celebritynetworth.com/richest-politicians/al-sharpton-net-worth/
  4. https://nypost.com/2020/06/25/blm-co-founder-describes-herself-as-trained-marxist/
  5. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/07/breaking-exclusive-early-july-blm-contributions-moved-tides-center-george-soros-linked-entity/ and https://www.dailywire.com/news/fact-checkers-black-lives-matter-not-recognized-irs-charity-raises-funds-through-fiscal-sponsor
  6. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libby_Prison

Author: The MoCo Conservative

The MoCo Conservative blog and podcast provide a voice for the not-so-silent majority and disenfranchised voters in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Our goal is to aggregate published Conservative content written by residents of the Beltway and beyond. Our blog and podcasts cover a variety of topics and responses from concerned citizens, both anonymous and names, who are directly impacted by the reckless policies put forth by those in positions of authority.

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