Crazy Journalist/Author Joyce King Traumatized by Halloween Nooses
Apparently there’s some controversey over some nooses that were used as Halloween decorations in various places around the country. Apparently some black Americans have complained about the decorations, claiming racism and “hate crimes” (I seriously don’t even begin to understand the concept of a hate crime, as I know of no crime committed against a person that is out of anything but hate).
Of course, this is the result of what Larry Elder would call the culture of “victicrats”- the subset of our population that is literally offended on a daily basis by any number of non-offensive everyday items. Lately, it’s the noose.
The noose in question doesn’t even hang to be placed for racist reasons at all…the intent can be completely harmless, yet that’s why these people are victicrats- they claim racism, offense, discrimination at every turn. It’s how their brains work on a daily basis.
One of the biggest categories of victicrats is the common American victicrat obsessed with race. Everything in their lives revolves around the color of their skin and the color of the skin of everyone around them. Joyce King is an example of the race-obsessed victicrat. We’ll come back to her shortly, but before we do…
Now, I realize Elder himself would probably narrow the term to just describe Americans who blame their problems on others and refuse to take personal responsibility for their lives and the lives of those around them…but, I would broaden it to contain those Americans who seem to think that there’s some imaginary evil around every turn just waiting to pounce. Blaming some imaginary widespread racist culture that doesn’t exist is the same as refusing to take responsibility for the state of your own people. Are 70% of black American fathers deadbeats because of racism or because they’re just plain deadbeats? Victicrats, and black Americans who idolize thugs like Sharpton and Jackson especially will never resolve any of their issues until they admit the root cause of their problems might not be out there but rooted from within.
CNN ran a segment on two Americans who hung dummies on nooses for Halloween as decorations, and there have been cries of hate crime and racism. Of course, neither the man who hung the zombie-looking fellow from the noose on his house or the woman who hung the bloodied body of a white man outside her bar had any evil intentions (as far as any reasonable person could tell from the dummies themselves, and the stories told by both of them.)
The CNN story on the Halloween decorations ran as part of a whole show on ‘the noose’, it seems, and then the host brought on author and journalist Joyce King. When asked about the nooses and what she thought- she said it brought out sadness in her. Why? Well, she seems to think the noose is symbolic of lynchings of black Americans in the past 100 years. I guess next she’ll accuse trees of being racist, as blacks were hung with nooses from trees. Point being- the noose has been used for a long time for much more than lynching. It’s been around much longer than even lynchings, so to say that every noose equals racism or lynchings is absurd and clearly wrong. She talked about going to an exhibit on nooses and the noose itself being so vile that it made her physically sick…so sick and distraught that she could barely stand up to give her speech after the exhibit was shown.
King sounds like your typical victicrat- downright crazy. It’s all about race and skin color to her. It’s all about some giant plot to get her and others like her. It’s all about the evil white man who just can’t let the poor black man get ahead in life. She certainly lives in a very different America than the rest of us. Thank goodness I live in the real America. Unlike King’s imaginary America, mine isn’t populated by evil whites lurking behind every corner, just hoping to kill a black for the sheer joy of it.
She wrote at least 1 book on racially themed issues- the Jasper, Texas beating and dragging death of James Byrd. From reading reviews of the book, it seems King is not only a perpetual victim who is terrorized by the mere thought of nooses and such, but worse- she wants to constantly bring herself into what are admittedly important stories of our time (it seems she spent parts of her book on Jasper talking about how terrible the whole thing was just to know about…so terrible it caused her stress to the point that she started to lose her hair and started wearing wigs to cover her baldness). Why this whiny little gal is writing books and a column for USA Today, only God could ever know…
To come together as a people, we need to confront people like Joyce King and let her know that her victim mentality just won’t fly in the USA. Some might see it as a non-issue, but these types of people affect the culture in a broad sense, and that’s something our culture just doesn’t need. ‘Victim mentality’ out, ‘land of opportunity for all’ in.
Let’s get our sense of humor back when it comes to silly decorations, and let’s tell the victicrats to shove their daily complaints where the son don’t shine. Let’s demand that we not be intimidated by whiners who will complain no matter what you do to try to appease them. Let’s tell the victicrats to get off their butts and stop blaming everyone else for their own problems.
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