The ultimate in Identity Politics

An all-black political party?

Maxine Waters thinks, well, perhaps that’s an element whose time may come shortly.

Let’s be blunt for just a very few seconds here, shall we, Maxine?

Bottom line: blacks are losing their political clout. Thanks, in large part, to you and politicians like you. Not to mention the various Poverty Pimps and Racial Pimps like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson who, you’ve likely noticed, have been remarkably quiet for a while.

Blacks are also losing political clout by continuing to be their very own worst enemies, via the violence endemic in Chicago and elsewhere. Almost 800 homicides in 2016 Chicago, the highest in 19 years. 75% of those murdered are black. 71% of murderers are black.

The Mexican and Hispanic populations are taking off. Muslims and Middle Eastern people are taking over entire communities and have done so in Dearborn and Hamtramck. Asians continue to out-perform most everyone else and yet find they are themselves hounded by the Politically Correct Left. I predict that, soon, there will come the phrase Privileged Asians. You read it here first.

Then there is the abortion issue.

An African-American woman is almost five times likelier to have an abortion than a white woman, and a Latina more than twice as likely, according to theĀ Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Margaret Sanger would be proud. Hillary Rodham Clinton as well.

Finally, here’s how absolutely daft is Maxine Waters.

I wonder if she’d had wanted this when a black man, Barack Hussein Obama, occupied the White House?

Obvious racial tones, anyone?



3 thoughts on “The ultimate in Identity Politics

  1. This type of thinking never seems to boggle the mind. On one hand, we have a group of people (or race) that say they have been fighting for equality, to be treated the same in every respect. This same group of people have developed some of the most dividing entities known, namely all black colleges, Miss Black America, the black yellow pages, just to name a few. If one is not Afro-American then one cannot be part of these, HOWEVER, they want to be part of everything else equally.
    To be perfectly clear, I’m not a racist, never have been. I believe everyone should be equal. That means in all respects. That doesn’t mean a group, such as Afro-Americans, gets to have things two ways.
    We can thank the likes of Maxine Waters, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and the rest for keeping this division stirred up. In the 21st century it is utterly ridiculous we are still dealing with racism.

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