A Distinguished Gentleman or Distinguished Fool?
I know the madness among most blacks in our country won't end in my lifetime. That much is obvious. The race hustlers will still be around. The black racially cry babies will still be around acting embarrassing as usual. Speaking of an embarrassing, self victimized jack ass and all around fool, I would be remissed if I didn't mention the antics of Harvard Professor Henry Gates. The media has been promoting Mr. Gates as a very influential black man. Besides being a scholar of African American studies at Harvard, I don't see what is influential about him. Well Mr. Gates was arrested for taking racial theatrics to a whole new level. This all started on July 16th, when Mr. Gates returned home from a trip. Him and his driver tried to enter his home but the door was stuck. He forced his way into the house. Now this is when the race deck started to get shuffled. A neighbor saw Mr. Gates and his driver force their way through the door.The neighbor thought that the two were committing a home invasion or something similar to that and called the police. The neighbor didn't know that the person who forced his way in was actually the owner. So the cops show up and confronted Mr. Gates. At this point the cops didn't know that the man in the house was the actual owner, all they knew was that a report came in of two men breaking into the house. So instead of Mr. Gates just cooperating with the officers, he went off a racial hissy fit claiming that the cops were some how committing "racial profiling". I looked up the definition of the term "racial profiling", this is the definition.
The use of race (and often nationality or religion) to identify a person as a suspect or potential suspect.
Of course I'll probably yet again be attacked by those who believe that this indeed was a case of racial profiling, but what happened in the case of Mr. Gates and his driver was clearly not "racial profiling" as defined. Mr. Gates was identified as a "potential suspect", because the call came into the police department from a neighbor as such. The police were merely going by the information they were given. Something else the media and the racial crybaby crowd left out of the equation. If you look at the picture of Mr. Gates being lead out in handcuffs, who do you see on the right side in the picture? It's a police officer, but what color is he? The police officer with the bald or shaved head is "BLACK" . I truly wonder did the media and those sympathetic to Mr. Gates ever thought about asking the black police officer what happened? So why some try to make Henry Gates out to be the victim, he's just playing the part of the fool. When the cops confronted him inside the house, all he had to do was tell the officers that the house was his and SHOW THEM HIS DRIVER'S LICENSE. That would have been it. Gates brought his arrest upon himself. The whole situation was a misunderstanding that didn't have to escalate into a "national" incident on "race relations". As Mr. Gates was lead out in cuffs, he spewed
"This is what happens to black men in America!"
I doubt he ever mentioned anything about the tens of thousands of young black men that have been gunned down in major cities by other black men over the past decades. I doubt Mr. Gates ever pointed to a chalk outline at a crime scene and said "This is what happens to black men in America". Oh wait, the people pulling the triggers aren't white, never mind. Gates was charged with disorderly conduct and not burglary. If he just won't have acted the fool, nothing would have happened.