Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
American correspondents, is it true? Did black people outraged by police brutality really get up at 10 am yesterday, put on their gas masks, and street battle against riot police wielding tear gas? Like the flyer suggests?
Or was it more like the other two pictures? In the first one, the middle aged white guy is holding a Starbucks coffee in one hand and a “Racism Kills” sign in the other – the sign professionally printed and very readable on TV.
But the second picture? I’ve decided to start a new conspiracy theory. Jerry Garcia faked his death and is now taking selfies with a freshman African American Studies class while being interviewed by blonde reporters for some online news site. Maybe Buzzfeed.
Or I dunno maybe the whole thing is kind of a joke? None of the black people actually look all that outraged to me. The Baltimore rioters didn’t seem particularly outraged either, from the videos I watched quite a few of them looked to be having a lot of fun, like soccer fans rioting after a win.
So, look at the guy in the first picture, the white guy with the grey beard who looks like Alex Keaton’s dad from Family Ties. Would it be a “conspiracy theory” to suggest that he’s not really all that angry about the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, that he didn’t even choose the sign he’s holding up – the one that says “Racism Kills” – and that he is probably really enjoying the Starbucks coffee?
I’m not saying that he’s an “actor” per se, more like an extra. Maybe doing a favor for a student?
Now, it would be a “conspiracy theory” for me to suggest that USAID would actually spend money supporting “radical anti-Castro hip-hop artists” in Cuba, but would it also be a conspiracy theory to suggest the last video – the one that has the feminist attacking pro-lifers – is actually a “viral” commercial for Burger King?
That’s not so crazy, is it? I mean, I’m not suggesting that political demonstrations have commercial sponsors or anything. I don’t think like FireChat is being used to organize street demonstrations in Hong Kong or that there’s a “Twitter Revolution.” And I most certainly am not claiming that shadowy forces – say, the CIA – invest in internet companies and I’m certainly not suggesting that Facebook or Google are used as espionage platforms for the NSA or anything like that.
These recent protests and race riots are all completely natural and organic expressions of either Righteous Black Rage against an Oppressive Racist System, or Lawless, Violent Hatred by Blacks against Whites. If you say the first you’re left wing and if you say the second you are right wing.
But suggesting that most of these protests and riots have been a combination of playacting, insincere posturing, media driven hysteria, police control tactics like the “Black Bloc,” and giving the Black underclass who “wanted to destroy the space to do that as well?”