Michael Wiik wrote:
> Mike Lorrey <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Loree Thomas wrote:
> > >
> > > --- Jerry Mitchell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > > labeled racist (neat trick for a black cop to be
> > > > racist of blacks).
> > >
> > > Not such a trick at all. Happens constantly.
> > Yeah, anyone who doesn't support rent-a-riot politics must be racists,
> > and if they are black, they are Uncle Toms....
> Uh, I'm not sure I understand. However, I think there's more to the cop
> dynamic here. From some article relating to the local PG police my
> impression was that black police officers become cops first and black
> second, and that displays of racism against other blacks serves to meld
> them into the police force and make them more acceptable to fellow white
That's the claim, allegedly supported by black officers saying "I ain't
your brother" to black criminals trying the 'yo brother' routine.
What I want to know why black leaders have a double standard here:
apparently they don't mind that criminals put their criminal activity
ahead of their ethnic background by committing most of their acts
against other blacks. Aren't black criminals 'racist' too?
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