The uber-liberal San Francisco Chronicle wants readers of its website to believe that the riots that erupted in Oakland, CA in the aftermath of the Mehserle murder trial (the so-called BART shooting) were the work of a multi-racial group of “anarchists.” Propaganda outlets like the Chronicle take every opportunity to misleadingly characterize events in order to paint a flattering portrait of blacks and other minorities as perpetual victims in an unjust and racist society. One of their primary tactics is to take the presence of a handful of whites among a large crowd of blacks and use that presence to justify calling the mob multi-racial, when in fact it is largely composed of a single race, blacks, and when the most destructive acts (such as looting) are invariably done by blacks. When one examines the photos associated with the article, one sees a different picture.
Note the familiar mob of black and Latino perps in hoodies, looting, setting fires, and destroying property. It’s become a racial right of passage. You grow up black, and at some point you are expected to loot a white store in a fit of outrage over the lack of “social justice” -that any black crime is ever prosecuted, and that whites and cops protecting themselves and keeping public order are invaribaly motivated by racial hatred.
Indeed, so pervasive is this meme among the ideologically self-righteous that black US Attorney General Eric Holder has directed the Justice Department’s Office of Civil Rights to look into whether the Bart shooting can be prosecuted federally as a hate crime. Why? Simple. Because blacks didn’t like the verdict. This, while black on white violent crime continue to be an inexplicable epidemic outside of racial animus, one that invariably does not get prosecuted under federal hate crime statutes, and while the sheer sadistic butchery of whites by blacks has reached horrific new levels. In AG Holder’s ideologically driven Justice Department, racially correct outcomes are the order of the day. We at the Kinist Institute look on the appellation “Justice Department” and note the Orwellian irony with which the term must be used.