|Donald Sterling, far right, on a visit to Russia in 2006. Now he is another prisoner in America's open-air gulag|
Off with his head! [President Obama admonishes Donald Sterling for “offensive racist statements”, Sports Illustrated, 4-27-14]:
The owner is reported to have said some incredibly offensive racist statements that were published. I don’t think I have to interpret those statements for you; they kind of speak for themselves. When people — when ignorant folks want to advertise their ignorance you don’t really have to do anything, you just let them talk. And that’s what happened here.
I have confidence that NBA commissioner Adam Silver — a good man — will address this. Obviously, the NBA is a league that is beloved by fans all across the country. It’s got an awful lot of African-American players. It’s steeped in African-American culture.
And I suspect that the NBA is going to be deeply concerned in resolving this.
I will make just one larger comment about this. The United States continues to wrestle with the legacy of race, slavery and segregation. That’s still there — the vestiges of discrimination. We’ve made enormous strides, but you’re going to continue to see this percolate up every so often. And I think that we just have to be clear and steady in denouncing it, teaching our children differently, but also remaining hopeful that part of why some statements like this stand out so much is because there has been this shift in how we view ourselves.Profound words, Mr. President. The NBA is steeped in black culture, which is why the league has a hard time filling stadiums (you see, black people have virtually no purchasing power in America, outside of EBT cards... the NBA doesn't accept EBT cards as tender, does it?).
The NBA is investigating the comments of Donald Sterling, turning over stone as if this was some sort of murder investigation.
But it's not a murder investigation.
It's something far worse.
A non-black individual not engaging in the mandatory fawning over black people, required by all white Americans 100 percent of the time.
Child pornography or homosexual rape charges have nothing on the private thoughts of Sterling being broadcast out to a nation conditioned to believe any negative thought of a black person is an indicator they wish for the noose, Jim Crow, and slavery to immediately return.
Freedom of Association is a meaningless concept in a nation, governed by the concept of Black-Run America (BRA).
There's a scene from Jack Reacher I've quoted before and I constantly think about. Donald Sterling isn't a model citizen, but no one deserves to be harassed as he has over comments that amounted to an endorsement of freedom of association:
Look out the window. Tell me what you see. You see the same things that you see everyday. Well, imagine you've never seen it. Imagine you spent your whole life in other parts of the world, being told everyday that you're defending freedom. Then you finally decide you've had enough. Time to see what you've given up your whole life for, everything. Get some of that "freedom" for yourself. Look at the people. You tell me which ones are free. Free from debt. Anxiety. Stress. Fear. Failure. Indignity. Betrayal. How many wish that they were born knowing what they know now? Ask yourself how many would do things the same way over again, and how many would live their lives like me.The only people who are "free" in the United States of America are black people. Free from being judged by even the content of their character...
Failing K-12 schools that are majority black? Not enough state or federal funding.
Lack of qualified black candidates for elite colleges? Racism on the part of the admissions process.
Too many black males getting disciplined in those K-12 schools? Bigotry, of course.
An 83 percent black city, once known as the "Arsenal of Democracy," declares the largest bankruptcy in American history? The fault of unions, naturally.
Hell, the Attorney General of the Department of Justice is working to release so-called "non-violent offenders" from jail over disparate impact.
Black dysfunction has a source.
It's simply blacks.
And if you dare believe you have the right of freedom of association, which enables you to remove yourself from living around black or sending your children to school with blacks (hardly discrimination, namely a rational reaction based on overwhelming empirical evidence of just which demographic drives down property values and demeans the concept of public education), well, just remember what this Donald Sterling incident is trying to prove.
The United States of America is little more than an open-air prison, a gulag, where you work hard and slave away to ensure that portions of your income are taxed to pay for the eternal quest to uplift black people. You can even go into debt to move your family away from dysfunctional, majority black cities, to buy your time some "freedom" in a momentarily peaceful suburb.
Now, with unlimited immigrants (illegal and legal) flooding into the country, those who profit from this scheme have new, cheaper labor to drive down wages and ensure now prison riots or revolution against their rule transpires.
But if you dare notice you are wearing prison jumpers (Cliven Bundy, Paula Deen, etc. ), as even Donald Sterling just found out, well, the reality of the gulag of Black-Run America comes crashing down.