Last week’s Kansas City atrocity involving a 13 year old white boy being set on fire by two black 16 year olds has been discussed for us from the perspective of the MSM coverage by Anonymous Attorney here and by James Fulford here.
Today American Thinker has posted a valuable backgrounder Was Boy in K.C. Fire Attack a Victim of His School's Racist Teaching? By Selwyn Duke March 7, 2012
Duke reports the boy's mother
...states that it was merely the horrible culmination of continual racial harassment her son had to endure at East High. Moreover, after conducting an investigation that included extensive interviews with parents and students, I've learned that Coon's son is not alone. Other white students also report a pattern of racial harassment at the high school at the hands of their peers — and, shockingly, their teachers.
This assertion is supported with a wealth of detail. The mother of white twin girls from Texas says a teacher
…showed an explicit film involving portrayals of whites lynching blacks and then…"in front of the class attacked my daughters, telling them that 'everybody from Texas is ignorant rednecks'" and that all white people were "responsible for Jasper because [their] skin is white." This reference is to an atrocity in Jasper, TX, in which three white men murdered a black man in 1998.
Where would a teacher get the idea that all whites are responsible for the Jasper tragedy? It's not hard to figure out. Black liberation theology (BLT) instructs, writes the man some regard as its father, Professor James Cone, that "[a]ll white men are responsible for white oppression." And how common is BLT? Well, Cone's books were required reading at Barack Obama's longtime house of worship in Chicago, Trinity United Church of Christ.
James Fulford discussed Cone for us here.
I suspect this type of thing is experienced by a great many Americans. That is why when the Obamacrats play the Race Card, they are liable to be surprised - and trumped.
Congratulate Selwyn Duke on a fine piece of journalism.
H/T Angry White Dude (NB useful comment thread).