• Uppity Black Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. Cries About Getting Arrested, Racial Profiling

    July 23, 2009 10:53 am 8 comments
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  • Cambridge, Massachusetts – A black Harvard professor has the audacity to be quite upset and is crying foul today, all because he was simply accused of breaking into his own home.

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    This unfortunate story of the black culture’s sense of entitlement and privilege all started in Cambridge, Massachusetts, two nights ago.

    As detailed by our friends at Fox News:

    Officers were responding to the home Gates rents from Harvard after a woman reported seeing “two black males with backpacks” trying to force open the front door, according to a police report. Gates, who had returned from a trip overseas with a driver, said he had to shove the door open because it was jammed. He was inside, calling the company that manages the property, when police arrived.

    Gates was accused by police of “tumultuous” behavior toward the officers. But Gates countered by saying Crowley was clearly responding to racial profiling and “couldn’t understand a black man standing up for his rights, right in his face.”

    So to get this story straight, cops were simply responding to a concerned woman’s call for help to a very exclusive neighborhood.

    She saw two potential black hoodlums, as it is quite obvious that black men carrying backpacks are either preparing drug deals or to steal some car radios, casing her neighborhood.

    Time is of the essence. It would have been no different if the woman spotted two turban headed men strapping devices on their chests as they yapped in foreign tongues, or perhaps men with greased hair and large families walking about one of these exclusive Harvard yards at night.

    In the latter case, the correct course of action would obviously be to call La Migra on the illegal family that was trying to find a place to hide for the night.

    But no, this Henry Louis Gates Jr. and people with unwarranted racial superiority complexes think they are above racial profiling. They think they are above the law and tradition of our Christian nation. Gates, for some unknown reason, is steaming mad and even demanding apologies from the police.

    What sort of country do we live in when potentially dangerous minorities refuse to understand that in this great nation under God, that we must follow what we know in our heart. And what we have in our heart is fear of what cultures other than our own might do; so we call the police.

    When will the day come when these uppity blacks and others like them realize that all men are not created equal, and that racial profiling does not invalidate the dream of the honorable Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr?

    You see, dear friends and good readers, we will not have the “Dream America” until everyone understands that even in spite of racial profiling and getting singled out, we are still Americans. One. Together.

    If you or I were of an African skin condition, and were politely asked to spread our legs and let cops investigate our proxy to a questionably nice house or car, of course we would do the patriotic thing and comply, then politely explain the misunderstanding over a nice coffee.

    Instead of showing understanding and reason, however, the black President B. Hussein Obama has unfortunately shown bias and weighed in on this situation, by stating the Boston area police ‘acted stupidly’ for arresting Gates, even though he offered proof that he was in his own home.

    The “American” without birth certificates went on to say:

    “‘I think it’s fair to say, number one, any of us would be pretty angry,’” and continued, “Number two, that the Cambridge police acted stupidly in arresting somebody when there was already proof that they were in their own home. And number three — what I think we know separate and apart from this incident — is that there is a long history in this country of African-Americans and Latinos being stopped by law enforcement disproportionately, and that’s just a fact.

    What ironic words coming from a man who assumes good, upstanding white men from AIG are corporate scoundrels by default and uses reverse racism to promote Latina justices to the Supreme Court.

    Barack Obama is biased and the simple truth is that every American should be proud of this great country. Statistically, race gives us a 100% confidence level of knowing who needs to be singled out and temporarily deprived of basic rights. Racial profiling is not an evil thing, as it helps keep us safe from potential crimes at the simple expense of a temporary…annoyance and inconvenience, to our melanin laden friends.

    Henry Louis Gates Jr. is a Harvard scholar, so will likely come to this realization in due time. The mark of progress and equality is not asking what your country can do for your race, but rather what your race can do for your country.

    And what the Afros and Latinos can do is continue to let good, upstanding officers do their jobs to keep us safe by racially profiling them and their criminal habits.

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