Bus attack in Belleville- you’ve seen the story elsewhere, but not with my razor exegesis.
First, more black people behaving badly. I fear this is going to be a daily occurence for a long time. Black people would like to believe their dominance has been established by the election of Obama. In reality it has been established socially and culturally many places, but not politically over the whole country. There is a lot of resistance to Obama, and while the left elite loves to attribute this to racism the groundswell of popular discontent started with Bush II’s massive domestic deficit spending, reached critical mass with Bush II and Paulson’s bailout, and so was well established by the time of Obama’s stimulus.
Speaking of established dominance, I’m guessing the white kid knew who was boss and tried to avoid annoying his betters but they will attack anyway on an unpredictable schedule to maintain dominance, and the bus is the worst place to be cooped up with bullies.
Here’s the link-
What’s interesting to me is not the retraction of belief in a racial motive. That is easily predictable. Public spokespeople backtrack all the time when they have said something a little inconvenient.
However Capt. Sax said it was “a personal and emotional comment” which goes to a deeper level. The problem is not the professional judgement of the police department, it’s Capt. Sax’s latent racism, or whatever.