Hat tip Campus Reform
Jack Flotte-Class of 2017
“Black-on-black crime is not a thing. Don’t talk about it. Shut it down when people talk about it.”
For the benefit of all you UC Santa Cruz Community Studies majors, Regis University is located in Denver, Colorado. When the little rascals are not smoking the legal loco weed, they are attending seminars like this one described below. It’s another round of indoctrination dedicated to the proposition that America is still living in the 1950s where privileged and racist whites are still oppressing black people.
The way I interpret this “instruction” if whites would simply walk around in sack cloth and ashes beating themselves with tree branches, everything would be hunky dory for black people. There would be no more poverty, no more gangs, no more black on black shootings and no more single parent families.
What these poor excuse for professors won’t tell the kids is that ever since the 1960s, America has been working overtime trying to remedy the injustices of the past. America has, indeed, faced up to its past.
Treating black people like autistic children will not solve the problems. Turning out new generations of angry young blacks will not solve the problems. Instilling a sense of victimhood for young people who never faced the discrimination their parents and grandparents faced will not solve the problems. Trying to demonize young whites who are not guilty of the sins of past generations will not solve the problems.Perhaps a few seminars held by people like Ben Carson, Condi Rice, Larry Elder, Shelby Steele and Thomas Sowell might help set these young people on the right path. And to young Mr Flotte, black-on-black crime is, indeed, relevant. We must talk about it. As somebody whose name escapes me once said, “It matters.”