A bizarre and baffling condition has seized American society and is spreading in pandemic proportions. But no one dare utter its name because this sickness is rooted in the most vulgar of four-letter words....RACE. So charges a new book by author Erik Rush, who doesn't refrain from using the new N-word ''Negrophilia'' -- ''undue and inordinate affinity for blacks embracing the myth of the noble savage''. This describes the mindset that Rush says is behind a pervasive manipulation expertly employed and exploited to divide and destroy American society.
No stranger to brash actions, Rush, who's black, sparked a national fervor when he came forth to expose the anti-American ravings of President Obama's longtime minister and then ''spiritual adviser,'' the Rev. Jeremiah Wright. He states in his new book, (right)Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal - America's Racial Obsession, ''Whites succumb to Negrophilia when, believing that people of color are somehow more benevolent and less corruptible than themselves, they develop an undue affinity for them.'' He added, ''Blacks suffer worse. They're denied accountability for their own actions. They're shackled with accepting the nobility--no matter how lacking-- of all black 'leaders.' They're ripe for the 'rescue' of predatory, opportunistic members of the black community--in concert with white politicians scheming for personal enrichment.'' Nowhere was the influence of Negrophilia more evident than during the presidential campaign of ''post-racist'' Barack Obama which Rush describes in detail in his book.
The Justice-for-Trayvon crowd keeps pretending there hasn't been a trial where the evidence overwhelmingly showed that Trayvon committed the first (and only) crime that night by assaulting Zimmerman. Instead, the race agitators are sticking with the original story peddled by the media, back when they, and we, had zero facts. To wit, that Zimmerman had stalked a young black ''child'' and shot him dead for being black and wearing a hoodie. Journalist and political commentator,Ann Coulter relates dozens of stories like this in her book, Mugged: Racial Demagoguery From the Seventies to Obama. In the golden age of racial demagoguery, they came about one a year. That prick Al Sharpton was usually involved.
In her book ''Mugged'', Ms Coulter mentions a similar case like Zimmerman's. It involved Edmund Perry. In 1985, Perry, a black teenager from Harlem who had just graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy, mugged a guy who turned out to be an undercover cop. He got shot and a few hours later was dead. Instead of waiting for the fats, the media rushed out the story about Officer Lee Van Houten being a trigger-happy, racist cop. When that turned out to be false, The New York Times looked at its shoes and said nothing. It was the kind of story the leftist elites wanted to be true. It should be true. We has such high hopes for that one. Damn!
The initial news accounts stressed not only that Perry was a graduate of Exeter, but that he was unarmed. A few weeks after the shooting, The New York Times called Perry ''a prized symbol of hope.'' (sic!) It went on to say that ''all New Yorkers have big reasons to wish for the innocence of the young man who was killed.'' I doubt very much that Van Houten being accused of being a murderous racist hoped for that. The Village Voice stupidly wrote: ''Like so many other victims in this city, Perry was just too black for his own good." Luckily for the policeman, Perry had mugged him in a well-lit hospital parking lot. Twenty-three witnesses backed the officer's story in testimony to the Grand Jury while there were a half dozen for Zimmerman.. (Unlike Zimmerman, Van Houten's case was at least presented to the Grand Jury.) But the evidence overwhelmingly corroborated his story.
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The Way I See It.....Ms Gaiter.....to avoid looking like a criminal, don't commit a crime. Van Houten, like Zimmerman, was jumped on, knocked to the ground, punched and kicked by by Edmund Perry. Isn't it possible that Van Houten saw Perry as a threat for reasons other than ''just because he is black.'' And please stop the media from talking about Martin's ''hoodie''! Zimmerman wasn't worried about the hoodie; he was worried about being beaten to death by a tall Negro kid.
Instead of turning every story about a black person killed by a white person into an occasion to announce, ''The simple fact is, America is a racist society,'' liberals might, one time, just ask the question: ''Why do you suppose there would be a generalized fear of young black males? What might that be based on? WE ARE NOT STUPID! It's because a disproportionate number of criminals are young black males. It just happens that when Lee Van Houten and George Zimmerman were mugged by two of them, they survived the encounter. So the Negro community should just SUCK IT UP !!!