Given the events of last night, I fear we’ve lost our last chance to maintain a peaceful society. Perhaps men of good will tried but failed. Perhaps it was hopeless from the start. Now that the race war has “come out into the open,” we’ll never know.
It certainly wasn’t the fault of the police, our “official” forces of order, who appear to have been scrupulous in their attempts to maintain the peace and order of the streets. Much odium belongs to the “protesters.” Still more belongs to their white enablers and supporters. And some, surely, should go to any American who’s watched the run-up to this outbreak and said, whether to himself or to others, “Nah, they don’t really mean it.”
Perhaps the greatest share of the blame should go to Barack Hussein Obama. This master practitioner of the politics of identity and division has systematically acted to exculpate black perpetrators of violence at every turn – preferring to blame the deaths of five Dallas, Texas police on guns, rather than on their wielder and the evil he represents.
There is no longer any possibility of neutrality. Decent blacks had their chance to rein in their unruly fellows. They didn’t take it. Henceforward every white American must regard every black with extreme suspicion until he can prove his bona fides. Nor can a single proof of good faith be regarded as proof in perpetuity.
Unfortunately, it’s also incumbent upon us to distrust anyone to the left of center politically. As they’ve been enabling this nonsense for decades, there’s no way to know where their true loyalties lie.
Once again and with much regret, events have deflected me from the topic I’d had in mind. Perhaps later.