The return of reasonable perspective

Posted: July 22, 2013 in Current events

African-American author (“White Guilt”) and Think-Tank thinker Shelby Steele writes in the Wall St Journal on today’s black “leaders” and the Zimmerman case. “Black leaders weren’t so much outraged at injustice as they were by the disregard of their own authority.” Yes, well put. He’s mostly referring of course to the professional race-baiters Al Shapton (he’s the one who  referred to Jews in NYC as the “Diamond Merchants”) and Jesse Jackson (he’s the one who referred to NYC itself as Hymie town”). Read here.

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