The President today stated, “Trayvon Martin could have been me 35 years ago.” President Obama wants to focus on anything but the most tragic death in the black community – the death of the traditional black family.
Allen West once stated, “When tolerance becomes a one way street, it will lead to cultural suicide.” West would agree with the title of this column because racism has become a one way street for one purpose only – political gain for the elite. Racist rhetoric comes at the expense of the black families and black communities across the nation. Social justice has lead to government dependency for blacks.
Who would have thought the black community is being held hostage by America’s first black President.
As West points out in a recent column, “While tragic, Trayvon Martin’s death should not be the reason that the black community is marching in the streets. Black unemployment, gang crime, health problems, and abortion rates are plagues upon black people across the country.”
West notes, “Since 1973 Black American deaths have emanated from: AIDS: 203,695; Violent Crimes: 306,313; Accidents: 370,723; Cancer: 1,638,350; Heart Disease: 2,266,789; and Abortion: 13,000,000.”
Strict gun control laws in Chicago, President Obama’s home town, have lead to increased violence and deaths in black neighborhoods, drug and alcohol abuse among blacks leads to more accidents, and the right to choose leads to the abortion of more and more black babies. The Affordable Care Act will put blacks, especially young blacks, on part time and increase the cost of medical care for them.
The black community is well on its way to cultural suicide.
The rich culture of the black community, its churches and its families are now memories. If you do not believe it just look at Detroit, Michigan. Look at what it means being black in a big city run for half a century by progressive leaders and unions. Look at what it has done to families, neighborhoods and an entire city.
Detroit first experienced white flight then middle class black flight. What is left? Destruction, violence, abject poverty and a black culture that is but a shadow of its former self.
So where is President Obama? He cannot relate to the blacks in Detroit or Trayvon Martin. He grew up is a upper middle class family in Hawaii, went to a prestigious private school, then on to college at two prestigious universities.
The only thing Trayvon and Barack have in common is they both smoked pot. One wonders if Trayvon was inspired by pictures of Barack blowing weed.
As Allen West notes, ‘So what are the real priorities in the black community? Politically manufactured crises, as pushed by the race-baiting, faux leaders in the black community, propped up by progressive socialists and the complicit media?”
West asks, “What is the legacy for the next generation in the black community?”