The BGI and BMV – denial doesn’t see black

There is a self identity and it isn’t one of pride and civic virtue. It is one of mob violence and a grievance industry to support and condone it. David Paulin explains how Rioting black youths stun Austin, Texas.

“Austin’s police are clueless about why the riot occurred in hip and liberal Austin — a college town, hi-tech Mecca, and the state’s capital. Police Chief Art Acevedo and his commanders need to read Thomas Sowell’s recent article in the National Review, “Early Skirmishes in a Race War.” Sowell, an African-American and senior fellow with the Hoover Institution, related how blacks and whites have become dangerously polarized in recent years, with the most troubling example of this being the ominous trend of “unprovoked physical attacks on whites by young black gangs in shopping malls, on beaches, and in other public places all across the country today.”

“Austin’s political and cultural landscape is dominated by rabidly liberal Democrats. As the city’s social problems mount, it’s unlikely that many in Austin’s political class will get mugged by reality.”

There is a common factor here and it highlights a denial that, in itself, is creating dissonance and tension that threatens violence.

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