.But the massacre wasnâ€™t racial. It wasnâ€™t racial. It wasnâ€™t racial. Just repeat that to yourself a million times. And if that doesnâ€™t work, sign up for some more diversity trainingâ€”Iâ€™m sure youâ€™ve already had some; havenâ€™t we all?â€”so you can learn that white racism drove Charles Thornton to do what he did, even though what he did wasnâ€™t racially motivated. And if that doesnâ€™t work, try and wash away the contradictions, with a fifth of scotch.Read the whole thing. And if you haven't before, you can read Stix's account of the Duke Rape Hoax, a "hate crime" that did attract the New York Times and similar mainstream journalists, even though it never happened.
Every white in the world could commit suicide, and blacks would still blame the â€?legacy of (white) racismâ€? for all of their problems.
Perhaps the oddest thing about the experts and police chiefs and reporters and editors and tenured professors who constantly tell us that these black-on-white atrocities arenâ€™t racially motivated, is that blacks donâ€™t believe that for a second. They know that they are racially motivated, they say so, and they celebrate them for it.