Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Sticks and stones will break your bones

So don't say crap to people who might come at you with sticks and stones.

DENVER, Colorado (KUSA) - Police are investigating a vicious beating at a McDonald's drive-thru in Denver.

Shannon, who asked us not to use her last name, was the victim of an attack on May 9 just before noon. She called our sister station KUSA 9News, and asked for help finding her attackers.

"I don't feel safe anymore," Shannon said.

 The attack happened in the middle of the busy lunch hour at the McDonald's on 3300 Colorado Boulevard near Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

 Radio reference recorded dispatchers describing the attack, as multiple 911 calls came in.

"Two black females are inside. They're fighting inside the car still in the drive-thru," one dispatcher can be heard saying. 

Shannon has been coming to the same drive-thru almost every day for five years without a problem... until this incident.

"I witnessed this young lady throwing trash out of her car and all I said was that it wasn't cool," Shannon said.

A few choice words later, Shannon thought the argument was over.

"All of a sudden I was being attacked," Shannon said.

Two women jumped out of the car in front of her.

 "She was right in my window just punching me in my face, pulling my hair," Shannon said.

"She started biting on my hands so severely. I thought she was gonna bite 'em off, actually."

 Then a man jumped out of the car and threw a soda through her window. "He said, 'This is for you, you white b----. This is a grape soda.' And then they took off," Shannon said.

Seriously, no one deserves to be attacked this way even if they are the sort of insufferable busybody who takes it upon herself to scold total strangers over insignificant infractions (McDonald's pays people to clean up their parking lots).

Remember how the election of Barack Hussein Obama was supposed to mark the end of racial tensions in this country?

Wiser men (like Rush Limbaugh) pointed  out that the result would be the opposite.

The reasons for this are fairly straightforward.  Blacks have been raised with a very nearly bottomless sense of grievance and entitlement and a belief that white racism is so great and so deeply imbedded as to be ineradicable.  The election of a black man to lead the nation - and not a conservative "Uncle Tom" but a genuine Marxist community organizer and devotee of Black Liberation Theology - provides the closest thing possible to absolute proof that America is not the racist hell-hole that it has been represented as.

This leads to the unwelcome conclusion that black failure is less due to white hostility than to black inability.  This kind of epiphany will lead to one of two outcomes.  Either introspection and reformation or red-hot rage.

Which outcome do you think that the black grievance industry is hoping for?