Monday, March 26, 2012

This WOULD be big news, if we had actual reporters

in the major media(as opposed to 'journalists' who follow the template no matter what, even when it means passing up a big story).
The boy raised his hand, eager to answer the question. “What would you know about it?” exclaimed the teacher dismissively. “You’re not our race.”

This was not dialogue from a Hollywood movie. According to a woman named Melissa Coon, it was what a teacher at East High School in Kansas City told her 13-year-old son, Allen, when he attempted to answer a question during Black History Month. Coon identifies that teacher as Mrs. Karla Dorsey, who is black; Allen is white.

As has already been reported, Allen was a victim of a vicious racial attack last week in which two older black teens doused him with gasoline and set him alight, saying “This is what you deserve. You get what you deserve, white boy.” Not surprisingly, Coon has pulled her son out of East High and, concerned about further racial violence, intends to leave the K.C. area
Read it all; if you have kids it'll be enough to make you at least consider homeschooling. Or hanging around the school for a while making sure of what the teachers are saying and doing. For that matter, sounds like the Kansas City PD needs a serious housecleaning, too:
And Indifference 101seems to be a course offering at East High, too. Melissa Coon had been complaining to the school’s administration about her son’s harassment repeatedly – only to be ignored and stonewalled – repeatedly. At one point an administrator told her that her son could only have a transfer to another district school but said that Allen would have “more problems there” and that he should stay at more “racially diverse” East High (which has no more than 20 white students). At another, a vice Principal Coon identifies as Ms. Jessica Bassett denied, while shaking and rubbing her hands together nervously,(the bitch OUGHT to be nervous; this is an attempted murder she's complicit in, not to mention the racist bullshit by teachers) ever having heard about Allen’s problems even though they had been brought to her attention on at least five occasions.
And Coon’s experience with the local police hasn’t been much better. Listening to her testimony I got the feeling that K.C. law enforcement didn’t want the arrest and prosecution of two black youths on a hate-crime charge, possibly for fear of the “powder keg.” Perhaps this is a job for the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division. Oh, yeah, Eric Holder.
And the NYEffingTimes, desperate to maintain the preferred storyline, referred to the shooter in Florida as a 'white hispanic'; guess how many times they've done that before?
Speaking of which, thoughts from Correia, including
Also while on the topic of the law pertaining to shooting people, this has absolutely nothing to do with Florida’s Castle Doctrine, and as soon as you hear somebody spout off about that like they have a clue, you can safely file them in the idiot bin. That law doesn’t even come into play here, and anybody who thinks it does, probably doesn’t know jack about self defense law or they’ve got an agenda and they’re milking this. As a rule of thumb, if you don’t know anything about a topic, you probably shouldn’t try to sound smart about it by repeating anything you heard on the news, because they’re usually wrong, and people who know what they’re talking about will just think you’re an imbecile.

But the most important thing I take from all of this, the race baiting assholes out there need to shut the hell up.

1 comment:

Windy Wilson said...

Without further EVIDENCE, the death in Florida implicates Florida's Castle Doctrine about as much as it implicates, say, the Rape Victim Identity Confidentiality law.