Ever heard of an intellectual free thinking lemming? Good luck in finding one. Blacks have wasted their political capital. The Democrat Party doesn't feel they have to work for the black vote, they EXPECT IT or else. There lies the problem with a racial group giving unfounded loyalty towards a political party that doesn't deserve it.
Sunday, June 17, 2012
Rodney King dead at 47. What was the leason learned from his beating?
Rodney King lived a very trouble life. He's most remembered for being hoped up on PCP and being video taped being beaten by members of the LAPD in their attempt to subdue him on the night of March 2nd 1991. The Internet wasn't mainstream like it is today, so it was solely the work of the national media that made the beating video famous. The video didn't show the events that lead up to the police deciding to use force in trying to subdue Rodney King, the media just started with the video of the beating in progress. Furthermore, people have forgotten that Rodney King lead the LAPD on a very dangerous high speed chase through Los Angeles Country that put motorists and the lives of pedestrians in danger. They didn't care about that part. They wanted to paint Rodney King as an innocent motorist who was pulled over, because he was black and that he was beaten, because he was black. I am not going to candy coat the life of Rodney King, and I am somewhat suspect of the circumstance surrounding his death. According to TMZ, Rooney's King's fiancee found him dead at the bottom of a pool in the early hours of this morning. A call at 5:25 am was placed to the police. He was removed from the pool and the paramedics attempted CPR. He was pronounced dead at 6:11 AM. Law enforcement sources say Rialto PD will open a drowning investigation, but so far there are no signs of foul play. Why was Rodney King swimming in the early hours of the morning to begin with? Unless the pool was very well lit, swimming in the dark is very dangerous. I am willing to wager that the cause of King's death will be drug or alcohol related. If I am wrong, I will be the first to admit it, but I am going to go with a trend that was Rodney King's life of drugs and alcohol abuse. I'm reading all of these media fluff stories and "tributes" to Rodney King, and I am left scratching my head to the reason why they are doing it. I feel bad for King's family and his fiancee, but that's about it. This is the video that made Rodney King famous.
What will be the legacy of Rodney King? From what I take of it, his beating sparked blacks in South Central Los Angeles to burn down their own community. So I guess I will say nothing but stupidity came from it. I came across a video from the L.A Riots that the media or any race pimp would never, ever want shown to blacks. The beating video got all the attention nationally, but this video of a black merchant in tears after his store was burned down spoke volumes and was never reported. It also showed how law abiding black citizens were utterly in shock and in anger at how other blacks were acting in destroying and robbing from their own community. I guess this side of the LA Riots didn't fit the media's narrative that hard working blacks were also the victims of the LA Riots.
When I saw this video of this man speaking, I truly felt bad for him. He achieved his American dream only to have had it taken away not by the KKK or other white racists but by other blacks. He wasn't white, he was black, yet the same people who claimed to have been SO OUTRAGED over the acquittal of the six white LAPD officers over the Rodney King beating, stole from another black man in their community. Riots are rarely about what the people participating in them claim it's about. This if anything represents more of the legacy of the aftermath of the Rodney King beating then the actual King beating itself.
My name is Tyrone. I was born in raised in the liberal experiment gone wrong called Baltimore. I'm a staunch free thinking, analytical conservative. I don't subscribe to political correctness. Only sheep do that.