Sunday, May 29, 2011

White People Who Believe Black Racism Stories

Most of us do not make up racism stories. However, some do.  I also find it curious that all the racism stories involve black and white - all of them. Motives vary.

1.  Black Hate Crime Hoax:  LB Williams, a 50-year-old black man, and married to a white female,  in the late night hours on November 4, 2011,  placed a wooden cross on his drive way, dowsed it with flammable liquid, then set it on fire. Williams then called police and claimed a hate crime was just committed against him. Williams then left a note taped to his front door so his [white] wife would find it.

“They were watching us, I assumed me and the kids, and that I better not leave that [N-word],” Donna Williams said. The note was signed “KKK.” 

Yes, you read right.  The KKK is warning the white wife NOT to leave the black man.  Hmmm.  It seems the black male was/ is in the process of a divorce  i.e.  he's a mooch and didn't want to be thrown out of her home and forced to provide for himself. Williams has been arrested for filing a false police report, among other offenses.

2.   William Hance (a black male)  in 1978 sent a letter to the Columbus, GA, police dept. telling them that a group  of racists white males were going to retaliate and kill a black female for the recent murders of seven elderly white females in Columbus. A dead black female (Gail Jackson) was then found by police.  However,  police later discovered the letter was a hoax, written by Hance to cover-up his murder of the mentioned black female. Note:  A sadistic black male serial rapist/murder, Carlton Gary, who was still on the loose at that time in Columbus, was responsible for the murders of the seven elderly white females.


Honorable Judge James Ware
3.   Judge James Ware invented a story (i.e. the judge lied) about having a brother who was gunned down by racist white teenagers in Alabama in the pre compulsory integration era (pre 1964).  For years people (mainly white people) believed it. Then, someone decided to do some fact-checking. Judge Ware was finally caught in his lie.  Many people believe Mr. Ware used the hoax to advance his career i.e. to make white people pity him.

4.   Yet Another Hate Crime Hoax:   "Officials say 21-year-old [black female] UW-Parkside junior Khalilah Ford, of Louisville, Kentucky, confessed to creating [an African American] hit list found on campus.
Kenosha County Sheriff. Bill Beth says Ford’s name was the only name to appear spelled correctly on the hit list, and that was a big clue for detectives."

5.   -- I recently read on a blog site about a guy who claimed in 1972 his [white] 89-year-old grandfather told him about a terrible lynching incident that occurred in 1912,  It involved three lynched black men that were found, and witnessed by gramps himself,  hanging from the rafters in a barn; and that lynching blacks (according to gramps) was not only a regular occurrence in the city back then but the white guys actually did it for sport - just for the fun it. The city was Cincinnati.

However, had the author did a little research he would have discovered that the lynching story was just a tall tale.  For instance, the Tuskegee Institute, which recorded lynching incidents beginning in 1882, reported no lynchings in Cincinnati for the year 1912. (Between 1882 and 1968, Tuskegee Institute reported 16 blacks lynched in Ohio - none in Cincinnati.  Oh, and how many of those lynched blacks were lynched by blacks? Tuskegee Institute doesn't have the answer to that one.

   Finally, the NAACP, which established its Cincinnati branch in 1915, also does not report in any of its literature that black men were being lynched in the city of Cincinnati.  

As incredibility reckless journalism as his narrative was, what I found to even more incredibly reckless, however,  was all the comments the white male received in his comment section.  Every single comment (most were white) contained one or all of these: (1) told him it was a great story; (2) what a horrible time it was in American history for blacks; (3) we've come such a long way since those terrible times, but more work is needed.  In other words, not one of those who commented bothered to do any fact-checking either. Every one of them bought the tall tale.


6.  Dr. Madonna G. Constantine, a former Columbia professor, was fired in 2008 for plagiarism. She also, many believe, hung a noose on her own office door, then reported a racist act against her. And the motive for this? It would lend credence to her attack on the university (where [white] people still hang nooses) for practicing “institutional racism” against her. She has forced the university to defend itself in three separate lawsuits related to her firing. 


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Lying black female Tawana Brawley

7.   Tawana Brawley, a 15-year-old black female, in 1987 accused six white men of rape and smearing dog feces on her.  Brawley's story was proven to be a complete fabrication. She later absconded with over $200,000, which was donated - by gullible people - for her defense. There are those who claim she made up her rape story because she was out too late and feared what her stepfather might do as punishment. But if that was the case, why involve six white males? - and something guaranteed to make headline news. Police later believed her stepfather and mother were willing participants in the hoax ... to destroy the lives of six white males, that neither of them had ever met.


 And for those who want many, many more examples of blacks inventing racism incidents, here's a good link:



Courtney Thomas, 18, wrote a message on the bathroom stall..." It named five African American students including Courtney himself… and said they would be lynched and kill" SOURCE

8.  Made-Up Story to make people SUBMIT to her guilt-tripping>>LINK


  Pavlov's Dogs' Syndrome

There does appear to be a pattern, a formula if you will, to all of these made up stories: All the stories have blacks as their victim(s) … and are intended for the ears of oh so many gullible white people out there.  And it's obvious to me today that many white people actually do seem to crave these stories. Why?  My theory is that Americans over the last 45 years (since the launching of Compulsory Inclusionism in 1964), through Hollywood movies and TV shows, as well as through their educational system (i.e the rewriting of their history), have been taught by implication that American white Christians  are simply the most wicked of all people in human history.  And why are they so wicked?  The wickedness seems to emanate primarily from ONE thing: the failure of white people all over America to instantly commit to race-nullification when the black race migrated to the Anglo-created urban centers of  America  between 1865 and 1968 (white people, that is, were being racist).  This failure to integrate created, so white people have been programmed to believe, incalculable suffering for the black race; and in which blacks still suffer the haunting lingering effects from it to this very day. So when white people hear stories of black victimization by their people, like Pavlov's dogs ... they are conditioned to :: (1) purge themselves of guilt and tell the world how much they despise racism;  (2) they are not one of those hate-filled white people - of which they also feel duty-bound to remind us all that there is still oh so many racists white people still out there; (3) they feel deep sorrow and deep pity for the helpless and victimized black victim(s).  When their conditioned purging process is complete ... the white people feel good about themselves. However, since the programming is a never-ending process, so too must the purging be never-ending. Every story they hear, whether it sounds true or not, they are overwhelmed by the need to purge themselves -- so they can feel good. And on and on it goes...

By the way, does anyone know of any K -12 school literature, Hollywood produced movie or TV show addressing the issue of racism and the perpetrators are not white Christian males?

1 comment:

  1. BOOK: 'Crying Wolf: Hate Crime Hoaxes in America' 1995, by Laird Wilcox