JutGory and Steve-O-In NJ gave us a spontaneous call and response Comment of the Day on the topic of “white supremacy,” which has seemingly taken over for “racist” as the progressive/Democrat/mainstream reflex term to demonize conservatives, Republicans, patriots, anyone who believes in the Constitution, or anyone who opposes in good faith the Black Lives Matter agenda.
Here is their joint Comment of the Day on the post, “And This Is What The Great Stupid Looks Like…”:
White Supremacy has been pretty meaningless for quite a while now.
What really annoys me about this is that the “problem” pointed out here has exactly no solution that will satisfy the complainers.
Whites should be barred from watching the NBA?
Whites should stop supporting the NBA?
That is the point: no matter what happens, they will not be satisfied.
Before you know it, we are back to the Negro Leagues again. And, you know what they will complain about then?
Steve-O-in NJ responds:
It’s getting meaningless because it’s overused. The media pays very little attention to black-on-black, black-on-white, or most other violence. However, the moment there is white-on-black violence, it’s not simple crime, it’s not a dispute that went too far, it’s not even a single kook who took his own hatred up to 11. It’s automatically an outbreak of “white supremacy.” Somehow, although no one can explain how, all white people are somehow tied to a grand conspiracy to keep the white race in, the black race out, and the other races down. There is no membership, because every white person is a member. There are no leaders, because every white leader is a leader.
And even if your first thought when you wake up isn’t “Boy, I hate black people. How can I screw them today?” and your last thought before you retire isn’t, “Yeah, I got those black so-and-sos good today, and I’m going to get them even better tomorrow,” your every thought and act is somehow white supremacist. It shows every time you start your day with the thought other than, “How can I best use this day to lift my black brothers’ and sisters’ burdens and clear some barriers out of their way?” It shows every time you salute the flag or just walk by the flag and don’t think, “Until the blacks in this country are fully equal in all ways to the whites, that flag is a lie written on cloth.” It shows every time you take that turn to avoid what you think is the yucky area of town or you keep moving when a black person not known to you approaches you. It shows in your choice of coffee, your choice of TV shows, your choice of entertainment, and your choice of where you put your charitable resources. And it shows in how you respond to incidents like this.