Tuesday, March 15, 2011

At Least They're Not Blocking The Polls

Since there are no elections to interrupt and therefore no voters to intimidate, the New Black Panther Party has found another cause to promote. To wit: gang rape. Following in the tradition of Old Black Panther Party leader Eldridge Cleaver who called his serial raping of white women "an insurrectionary act," the New Black Panther Party has also expanded on the theme.

In the spirit of "one rapist is good, a whole gang is better," the Party has now called the arrest of eighteen black men and boys in Cleveland, Texas for the rape of an eleven year old girl "racism." They were a little premature, however, since another ten are yet to be arrested, bringing the total to twenty-eight or more. The activities of the Party are even more reprehensible than those of Al Sharpton in 1989 when he led a mob of "protesters" calling the white victim of a gang rape in Central Park "whore" and "drug addict."

You see, according to the Panthers, this eleven year old girl dressed provocatively, enticed eighteen to twenty-eight black men and boys into having sex with her, and deserved what she got. And besides, it's OK, since she's Hispanic. One local reporter who read the affidavit in support of the arrest warrants called the details too horrific to repeat. First she was gang-raped in one house in several different rooms, and then to let more rapists in on the fun, they dragged her to an abandoned trailer where the rest of the gang got their opportunity. Lest the "consensual sex" be lost to memory, several of the gang members filmed the brutal rape for posterity.

Enter Quanell X (slave name, Quanell Ralph Evans). The leader of the regional New Black Panther Party rushed to Cleveland to denounce the arrests, scream racism, and blame the victim. Said Mr. X: I did not come here this evening to jump on an eleven year old (an extremely unfortunate choice of words), but I want to know why she didn't report the attack to authorities herself." Anybody who knows anything about the mental state of an adult woman who has suffered a single rape knows the answer to that question. In fact, rapists often count on the victim not to report the rape.

Here's a small background on Mr. X. After a rival gang killed his brother in Houston, he decided to point the finger elsewhere. "I say to Jewish America: Get ready … knuckle up, put your boots on, because we're ready and the war is going down. The real deal is this: Black youth do not want a relationship with the Jewish community or the mainstream white community or the foot shuffling, head-bowing, knee bobbing black community. All you Jews can go straight to hell." That was too violent even for the Nation of Islam, which kicked him out about the same time it banished its other prophet, the dearly departed Khalid Abdul Muhammad.

He then joined another black radical paramilitary group called the MFOI (Mental Freedom Obtains Independence). I guess he was a little too mental for them. He was expelled from that group as well after publicly exhorting the black youth of Houston with: "If you feel that you just got to mug somebody because of your hurt and your pain, go to River Oaks and mug you some good white folks. If you’re angry that our brother is put to death, don’t burn down your own community, give these white folks hell from the womb to the tomb."

Back to the present. At a rally in support of the rapists, the crowd shouted that the girl had only herself to blame for the way she dressed, and that she must have lied about her age. Mr. X led the cheering and jeering mob. This wasn't an eighteen year old pretending to be twenty-one. It was an eleven year old girl, for God's sake. The New York Times briefly described the arrests and the charges, then proceeded to repeat the Panther accusations as if they had any validity whatsoever. The Houston Chronicle did likewise, including the full statement of the defense attorney for several of the rapists who said that the girl was seeking attention and wants to be a porn star. An eleven year old!

Mr. X cannot bring himself to exhibit even an ounce of fake sympathy for the victim. Instead, he talked about her "otherness." He told the press that "she lives in another community." Well, that justifies it. He then whipped up the crowd with the following: "You mean to tell me the only men that had sex with that girl (at least he didn't say 'woman') were black men, locked up in that jail?" Well, no, that's what the evidence is telling you and everybody else. And then raising the specter of a Black Holocaust, he went on to say: "We do not want someone with a malicious racist motive to rid your community of an entire generation of black men." Well again, no. Just the rapists.

Follow the logic of the Panther leader: An eleven year old girl with a vicious racist motive voluntarily submitted to her own rape and kidnapping by somewhere between eighteen and twenty-eight adults and teenagers in order to advance her carefully thought-out plan to have black men sent to prison. Right.

The local feminist groups initially condemned the rape and the perpetrators--until Mr. X showed up. Suddenly, they were struck dumb as they found out the perpetrators are black. Nothing like political-correctness and race-baiting to put leftists on shutdown. The same groups had no problem condemning the white police and civilians who raped and humiliated Tawana Brawley, even after it turned out the whole thing was a total fabrication blown up to epic proportions by the Rev. Al. They bought into the racist reverend's argument that "it wasn't true, but it could have been." White rapists of black girls are lurking everywhere, the danger is palpable, so what's wrong with a total lie if it stops the white rapists? But when it comes to clearly-provable allegations of a black gang rape of an eleven year old Hispanic child, well, that must be racism.

The rape was so violent that there is blood evidence everywhere. This little girl is never going to be the same either mentally or physically. Mr. X doesn't give a damn. In the face of horrific details of the rape, he can still claim that she provoked it, wanted it, and deserved it. Remind me what century this is. For that matter, remind me what country this is. I'm too horrified to believe that any of the excuses and manufactured defenses, including racism, will stand up in any court of law. But still, there's Eric Holder and his Department of Racial Justice waiting to appeal any of the convictions as a violation of the rapists' civil rights.


Tennessee Jed said...

These guys deserve to rot in hell. Speaking of Sharpton, we need some people to call on him to denounce these guys. After all, that tactic has always been used by the left. Failure to do so would be tantamount to complicity.

T_Rav said...

The disgusting amoralism of these people (the reporters and the feminists, not to mention the Panthers themselves) is no worse than the reactions of some people in the community where this happened. I read somewhere--I think it was an excerpt from that same Times article--that several people in Cleveland were quoted as saying, "This is just so terrible. These charges are going to be haunting these young men the rest of their lives." What the #@%$? This is what happens when you take victimhood to the extreme. The friends and relatives of these men are as guilty as the "activists" who refuse to condemn the rapists because they're black. Disgusting.

LL said...

It sounds more like Muslim Africa than the US -- oh, maybe I'm being racist.

Tehachapi Tom said...

You are illuminating points that cumulatively have gotten my mind into a real twist. Your last three are the ones I am specifically addressing at this time.

I almost feel it is time for a cleansing which might be the only way to restore us to behavior that we as humans should ALL strive for.

It would not be murder it would be that other word that defines the action we can be allowed to do.

You have really gotten me into a frame of mind that is a struggle to redirect or shut off.

But thank you for being on point for us and providing some good if not great pertinent articles on issues that need to be brought forth.

Unknown said...

Tennessee: I'm sure Sharpton agrees with X. The race-baiters pretend to see conspiracies everywhere, and don't let facts or reality get in their way. Sharpton's not about to risk his consistent reputation as protector of unjustly accused blacks over one little Mexioan girl. What I want to know is where is the indignation and anger from the Hispanic community?

AndrewPrice said...

If there was any credibility on the left, they would condemn these kinds of people and drive them out. But they don't. Instead, they see these guys as fellow travelers and they protect them and cover up for them. And that tells you just about everything you need to know about the left.

Unknown said...

T_Rav: The Times always has more sympathy for the"minority" criminals than they do for the victims, and that article was no different. Who cares that this will "haunt them for the rest of their lives?" It damned well should.

Unknown said...

LL: I'll say this much. When the worst kinds of crimes can be excused based on the race or religion of the perpetrators, it isn't the America I know.

Unknown said...

Tehachapi Tom: I'm not sure which is worse, the crime or the outrageous support that the criminals are being given. I don't think they'll escape justice, but then that will be a new rallying cry akin to "no justice, no peace." It follows the reasoning of the supporters of Mumia Abu Jamal.

Unknown said...

Andrew: Only the left and the race-baiters could claim innocence and persecution because the number of perpetrators is so high. There must be something wrong when they charge eighteen to twenty-eight black men with one criminal act, right? It's Alice in Wonderland reasoning, and only racism could corral that many criminals at one time.

T_Rav said...

LawHawk, I personally hope it does haunt them, although chances are if you're going to go out and gang-rape an 11-year-old, your moral compass is likely to be too far off kilter to ever get back to normal. As for the reporting and the community, I will say that the grandmother of one of the rapists (okay, okay, "alleged rapists," whatever) was refusing to play this PC game, telling the Times reporter, "I'm not going to play the race card on this. They could have chosen not to go out there and rape that girl, and they did." Clearly she, at least, tried to raise her grandson right--sure, she failed, but that's better than not trying at all.

Unknown said...

T_Rav: It's a sad reality that the best parenting is frequently outdone by peer pressure and other external factors. I feel for that grandma. There is such a thing as a "mob mentality." Some of the younger kids may have participated as part of that mentality. That doesn't excuse their violent behavior, but it might help explain it. People in a mob will do things they might not do if alone. And that type of mentality doesn't just apply to black people.

StanH said...

This is simply disgusting, may Lorena Bobbitt visit them all in their sleep. As far as the New Black Panthers may a lightning strike hit their next gathering vaporizing as many as possible.

Unknown said...

Stan: Amen, brother!

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