Saturday, March 21, 2015

White Guilt with your Over Priced Coffee by Lloyd Marcus

In case you have not heard, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz wants employees to write ”Race Together” on every coffee cup they serve to spark a national conversation about race with customers. Despite it being another example of liberal arrogance and condescension, it is another installment in the liberal's War on White America.
I am sorry folks, but whenever I hear liberals talk about greater racial sensitivity and an honest discussion about race, I have great difficulty controlling my gag reflex. For liberals, racial sensitivity is really code for whites must feel more guilty for their white privilege and instinctive racist tendencies. As for an honest discussion about race, I would love for an average white guy to say, “Ok, let's go there. Why are you blacks killing each other in large numbers, aborting yourselves into extinction, have over 70% school dropout rate and 70% of your kids growing up in fatherless homes?” Imagine, that white guy being interviewed on CNN, the stunned reporter panics cutting him off in mid sentence, “Thank you sir and that's all the time we have.” The last thing in the world CNN and other liberals want is an honest discussion about race.

Liberal's goal is to further the myth that blacks are victims of white America and their only hope of getting a fair shake is to become Democrat voters. That's what the race-baiting and guilt tripping is all about, recruiting Democrat voters.

Why are liberals so loyal to the Democratic party? The answer is the Democratic party leadership is dominated by those committed to crushing our traditions, Christian principles and values. Notice how liberals and Democrats are always on the wrong side of every issue; blaming America and banning the God of Christianity from the public square – all the while demanding greater tolerance and sensitivity to other religions and non-mainstream behavioral practices.

Recently, I wrote an article, “The Left's War on White America.”  My article stated the following about the Left distributing their “white privilege” propaganda narrative in our public schools, “When you start teaching innocent little children to feel guilty for being born white, it can only be described as a war on white America.”

Starbucks admits that the initiative was birthed out of a company forum in which employees discussed racial tensions across America due to “police killing unarmed black men in Ferguson.”

So there you have it folks. The “Race Together” initiative is rooted in the lie that white police kill blacks at will. Thus, before any “discussion” whites are the bad guys. Ferguson Police are not killing unarmed black men. A Ferguson police officer shot a black criminal in self defense.

In their honest discussion about race, will Starbucks' employees bring up the under reported violence against whites via black flash mob attacks, polar bear hunting and the knockout game?  I don't think so.

Verbally beating up on white America has been cool for years. I remember watching the HBO stand up comedy series, Def Comedy Jam. Black comedians relentlessly trashed white people. I thought, Wow, if a white comic said that exact same line about a black person, they would be done; banned from Hollywood. If the white comic hoped to ever work again, he/she would as Ricky Ricardo would say, have a lot of “splaining” to do – promise to make a huge contribution to the Extortion Brothers (Sharpton and Jackson); kneel, kiss their rings and beg for forgiveness.

An episode of “The Simpsons” TV show parodied Def Jam. Homer Simpson watched a black comic on TV making fun of white people. Homer laughed and said, “It's true, white people are so lame.”

If I were a white Starbucks customer and some kid began lecturing me about race, it would be extremely challenging not to have the attitude, “Screw you, just sell me my over priced cup of coffee.”

I'm black married to a white woman. America is a far different place for interracial couples than it was 40 years ago when I first laid eyes on my beautiful wife.

Folks, I have the greatest respect and admiration for the American people. We are Americans. Good people. Blessed by God. For the most part, we get along great. All we need is for liberals to give their racism-is-everywhere rhetoric a rest and mind their own business.

Lloyd Marcus, The Unhyphenated American
Chairman, Conservative Campaign Committee