Black journalist Elie Mystal wrote his own Modest Proposal, arguing that black jurors should vote to acquit any black accused of committing a crime against whites. Anyone can be outraged by this. Does Mystal have a point?
What if (do not argue against this for now) it’s true that black men are being murdered by police officers? If you believe this is true, then you view any acquittal of those police officers as being a jury nullification. If white juries will refuse to convicted murderous police officers, and if protests aren’t working, then what short of civil war can blacks do?
Maybe it’s time for black people to use the same tool white people have been using to defy a system they do not consent to: jury nullification. White juries regularly refuse to convict or indict cops for murder. White juries refuse to convict vigilantes who murder black children. White juries refuse to convict other white people for property crimes. White juries act like the law is just a guideline and their personal morality (or lack thereof) should be controlling.
Maybe it’s time minorities got in the game?
Again, I can see those comments coming! Anyone can be outraged. That’s a bit basic bitch.
What strikes me most about Elie’s modest proposal is that he cucked for the feminist lobby.
Black people lucky enough to get on a jury could use that power to acquit any person charged with a crime against white men and white male institutions. It’s not about the race of the defendant, but if the alleged victim is a white guy, or his bank, or his position, or his authority: we could acquit. Assault? Acquit. Burglary? Acquit. Insider trading? Acquit
One reason I hate the fake news media is because they are trying to start a race war. Many blacks believe that white police officers are murdering them. “Hands up, don’t shoot” was spread far and wide by the media, even though it was a fake news meme.
The media has convinced millions of Americans that the police want to murder them.
I look at issues from a branding and marketing perspective. Brand value is subjective. Statistics about race and crime matter far less than the subjective feelings people have towards one another. The brand of police (and whites) has suffered a lot of damage due to fake news media propaganda.
If millions of blacks believe police are out to kill them, then every interaction is going to be more toxic for both parties.
In mindset we call this Summoning the Demon. Your subjective beliefs create the very monster your fear. Consider this.
A black man is pulled over. He believes (rightly or wrongly, as your opinion doesn’t matter for this example) that the police officer poses a threat to his life. The black man is going to be tense. Sensing the driver’s tension, the police officer is going to view the black man as a threat. They will feed off of one another’s energy until something bad happens.
The belief manifested the reality.
Again, I do not live in the world of “absolute truth.” It doesn’t matter if racism in policing is real or not if millions of people believe it’s real.
My personal belief is that police are not actively discriminating against blacks. If millions of other people feel differently, then we have a branding problem.
That is why I suggested Trump hire Kanye West as sort of a “brand ambassador.” People thought the idea was crazy.
Trump creates informal role for Kayne, outreach to black community, consultant on black issue. Kayne wants it. It'd be masterful.
— Mike Cernovich ?? (@Cernovich) November 19, 2016
I think yelling at one another all day and censoring people – preludes to a civil war – is a national lunacy.
What can America do about race relations?
It’s hard to say, as half of the people call me a “race cuck” while the fake news media calls me a “white nationalist” and “white supremacist.”
For my part, I’d rather talk to people like Elie (and we’ve trolled one another on Facebook for several years) rather than act as a pawn in the Soros’ funded efforts at starting a race war.
Fake news media has created a toxic conversation on race, which is why we must bring down the media establishment.
If you’re interested in talking to and hearing from others (including everyone from a rabbi to a neo-Nazi), watch Silenced.