Mr. Farrakhan's tirade was more an incitation to domestic rebellion for its own sake than a response to a Missouri grand jury's decision to no-bill officer Darren Wilson. The latter event seemed to be no more than an excuse for violence. At several points in his Hitleresque harangue, he even referred to Ferguson as Jefferson, apparently confusing it with the capital of Missouri, Jefferson City.
Meanwhile, President Obama has scheduled meetings for today with cabinet members and later with "civil rights leaders" to discuss ways to curb the alleged "racism" in local police departments. This move is undoubtedly at least partly motivated by a desire to distract the public from the President's recent un-Constitutional and illegal refusal to apply existing immigration law in the cases of some 4 million immigrants who are criminally present in the United States. There is however, a deeper motive – the need to distract the public from the real problem in the black community.
Black communities are in shambles because there is no black family structure. I realize it's hard for a homosexual to understand, but the family is the core of civilization. Boys who grow up without fathers grow up without a moral compass. They have never been taught how to be men and what it means to be a man. The only thing they've learned from their fathers is irresponsibility.
And why is there no black family structure? Because blacks are paid to be irresponsible – with our tax dollars! Mr. Farrakhan's rage against the white community is justified. We have allowed our government, under the guise of "charity," to systematically destroy the black community.
This situation has been building for the past fifty years, since President Johnson initiated it with his "Great Society" spin-off of Roosevelt's "New Deal." It's going to take a lot of work and time to rectify it. I don't have any answers to the question of how to do that, but I know this.
We won't get anywhere toward solving the problem until we admit what the problem is!
"I'll have them niggers votin' Democrat for the next 200 years." – Lyndon Johnson