Mr. Holder, in denouncing the predominantly White Ferguson Police Department was, of course, denouncing all Whites as racists for harboring "racial bias." So, was he right? Do we Whites harbor racial bias?
Racial bias is one of those Perception Control (PC) words that is designed to cast a pall of horror over normal human activities and reactions. There is a word for such PC constructs – dysphemisms. A dysphemism is the oposite of a euphemism. While a euphemism is a word used to make an odious thing or activity sound less odious, a dysphemism is a word used in an attempt to paint good things or activities as odious.
Of course Whites are "racialy biased." We'd have to be drooling idiots not to be. As responsible parents, we're "biased" aginst entrusting our kids to Black radical teachers who are intent on indoctrinating them with Islam, homosexuality, and hatred of Christianity and guns.
As responsible human beings, we are "biased" against exposing our lives and fortunes to Black street thugs who account for 85% of interracial crimes and think its funny to walk up behind an 85 year old White woman and cold cock her unconscious.
As responsible business owners, we're biased agains hiring people with their baseball caps on backwards and their pants hanging below their waists who have been trained by their government to expect someone to take care of them and ignore their fits of irrational rage.
And as White police officers, we are biased against being killed by Blacks who are hopped up on marijuana and have been pumped up with Sharpton/Holder/Obama induced White hatred – particularly hatred of White cops. George Zimmerman was biased against being killed by a drug and hatred crazed Trayvon Martin. Darren Wilson was biased against being killed by a drug and hatred crazed Michael Brown.
Following the "Justice" Department's announcement last week that they were abandoning attempts to lynch George Zimmerman, Al Sharpton mounted his soap box and further incensed the Black community by bleating that the threshold for determining "hate crimes" must be lowered. He proposed prosecuting hate crimes on the basis of effect rather than trying to prove intent. For once I agree with Mr. Sharpton.
What, Mr. Sharpton, has been the effect of the hate crimes involved in the George Zimmerman and Darren Wilson cases? Yes, Mr. Sharpton, I admit that both these incidents involved hate crimes, but the perpetrators of the hate crimes have already paid the price for their crimes. They are dead.
Now how about a little compassion for the victims of these crimes, George Zimmerman and Darren Wilson, whose lives have been changed forever by your opportunistic inflammation of the Black community?