a reply to: gortex
My beliefs on this latest Cosby scandal may be unpopular here, but I gotta say it. There may be some half-truths here, ones in which Cosby himself has
admitted to regarding some things like this over 30 years ago.
But Cosby has spoken out against the "thug" culture, which the black community has embraced as their own. This culture has caused more violence and
racism (by blacks) since the days of the true KKK before the civil rights movement.
This current admin has all but ignited a race war with all the accusations etc of racism from (white) cops due to "profiling" etc. This has totally
distracted from the cases of ALL police violence again those of ALL races. Even though, in every single case of white cop on black "teen" violence,
the media has tried to tie to racism to those cases, but ALL of which ended up being cases of real criminal thugs resisting arrest etc that were just
being thugs and needed to be held accountable for it.
Bill Cosby has, for years been very clear about his thoughts on why thug culture has no place in America. He has pointed out that Americans are
Americans. That there is no such thing as an "African" American, and he has clearly spoken on how ridiculously divided and segregated the black
community has made themselves due to nonsensical arguments and mythical notions of rampant white racism that the left keeps throwing around, which
they would love to lead every American (and those abroad) to believe exists right now. The most rampant racism in existence right now, is coming from
the black community.
Bill spoke truths that the black community, and likely the Obama admin did not want to hear. Bill spoke words very closely related to the words of Dr
Martin Luther King JR. But many in the black community would like to continue playing victims, and not want the world to judge them on the content of
their character, but instead the color of their skin. This is segregation in it's truest form. There is no need for any sort of Jim Crow laws.
I believe Bill was set up and attacked by those with a specific racial agenda. Many in the black community called him an "uncle tom" and not "black
enough" for the black community well before this scandal started.
However sick Bill may be, many on the left and in the black community are as equally sick.
I don't know what to believe when it comes to all these accusations against Bill Cosby, but I will always remember his words, beyond whatever
corruption that may or may not have took hold of him. If only briefly, he spoke words truer than we have seen from many in a long time.
Common sense is becoming a thing of the past.
Those are my thoughts on it. Now call me a racist, hater, bigot, all the words of the Liberal vocab, I totally expect it.
edit on 7-7-2015 by
Wookiep because: (no reason given)