Most people of reasoning thought can certainly agree that the person most responsible for the Charleston massacre is the shooter. Whose name I purposely leave out of all my ponderings on this matter. I will not be a party to giving that racist animal the attention or infamy he so desires. There is plenty of responsibility to be shared though, and I would like to point out some of those who can live with the guilt knowing their words and actions have helped create a monster. The people of Ferguson, the rioters, those that bears false witness against an innocent police officer to protect a scumbag. Don’t forget those who continue to perpetuate the lie even after the truth came out. I would also like to send out a big thank you to those scumbags whose violent rioting behavior in Baltimore proved that savagery is not a form of political dissent. What party that includes racism or racial subtext could ever be complete without the devisive inflammatory race baitor Al Sharpton. There are other public figures whose words and abuse of power lead to this disgusting act, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake the baltimore mayor who encouraged riots through both her words and inaction, and thusly created more unnecessary hatred. Marilyn Mosby Maryland State Attorney general, who has spoken out about a case in a judgemental way long before the process began and now abuses her power to ensure the defendant police officers cannot get a fair trial. These people and events are indirectly responsible for stoking the fires of racial hatred and lighting the fuse of a deranged hate filled cowardly white supremist wannabe who carried out his act of hate. The American media sits near the top of pile of those who can pat themselves on the back for sensationalism when it comes to matters of racism real or imagined. They are nothing more than a mouthpiece for such spewers of hatred both affore and after mentioned.
Erik Holder shares a large portion of this ancillary blame, because quite simply he is a racist and has like Mosby abused his power to destroy lives and help black criminals wrest control of politics and power in Ferguson.
President Obama is the last person I mention, but his actions are by far the most insidious, the most undeserved Nobel Peace prize winner in history the first black American President has done nothing but divide and polarize, while pandering to both our enemies abroad and within. I consider those that perpetuate this culture of anti social behavior, racism and hatred towards the police that now permeates the inner city black community, our enemies. Doesnt anyone else find it embarrassing how he now seeks to politicize this tragedy. Mr President, you sir, do not serve the constitution, the American people or anything just, you serve only your own interest and will be remembered as the most selfish and arrogant presidents ever. Before you preach about gun control, and who’s to blame take a really good look at yourself and those you truly represent, because it is not all Americans, but only those who, if you had a son, might resemble him.
There can be no excuse for murdering innocent Americans like those fine people who lost their lives in Charleston in order to make a political statement and I truly am saddened that racism of this magnitude still exists. Unity is still the answer, not separatism and we can never be unified in hatred.
~ Nick Pensabene
Please take a moment to keep these victims and their families in your thoughts and prayers.
Cynthia Hurd, 54;
Susie Jackson, 87;
Ethel Lance, 70;
Rev. DePayne Middleton-Doctor, 49; Hon. Rev. Clementa Pinckney, 41; Tywanza Sanders, 26;
Rev. Daniel Simmons Sr., 74;
Rev. Sharonda Singleton, 45;
Myra Thompson, 59.