Have you ever noticed that the people who preach tolerance are the most intolerant of all? These individuals are extremely hypocritical in what they do and say and their treatment of others.
Members of the LGBT community preach and push for tolerance and acceptance, but they refuse to be tolerant of those that disagree with their life style. It’s okay for homosexuals to say anything they want, no matter how derogatory it is, against straight people. Yet, whenever someone says that homosexuality is a sin, they are labeled as a homophobe and a hater.
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An atheist can say the most blasphemous things about God, Jesus, the Bible, Christianity and Christians without any consequences. It’s considered their right of free speech. Yet let a Christian say anything against an atheist or Muslim, it’s no longer considered free speech but hate language and a possible crime.
Every day we see and hear black activist saying some of the most horrible, filthy and derogatory things about white people, but when a white person says anything about a black, it’s racist and not tolerated. While the black person is praised for her/her words, the white person is persecuted to the point of being fired from his/her job and shamed in all aspects of life.
One of the latest examples of racist hypocrisy is being displayed in Buffalo, New York.
Carl Paladino is a member of the Buffalo School Board and he is being persecuted for speaking his feelings about Barack and Michelle Obama. Oh yeah, Paladino is also a white supporter of Donald Trump.
In a recent interview, Paladino expressed his wish to see Barack Obama die from mad cow disease. Additionally, he expressed his wish for Michelle Obama, saying she should:
“…return to being a male and let loose in the outback of Zimbabwe where she lives comfortably in a cave with Maxie, the gorilla.”
While I agree that Paladino’s comments were not appropriate, I do believe that he had every right to express them since the First Amendment right to free speech is still part of the US Constitution.
Compare Paladino’s comments to those made by some black activists who use the “F” word frequently when referring to whites. The New Black Panthers placed a bounty on the head of George Zimmerman, dead or alive and called for the murder of police officers after what happened in Ferguson, Missouri. They posted ‘off the pigs’ in calling for the murder of police officers regardless of their sex or color of skin. No one condemned them for their racist and hate filled words or for their trying to inspire the lawless murder of an individual and law enforcement personnel. But don’t forget that prior to his election to the White House, Obama marched with the New Black Panthers.
If you watch any of the disgusting television programs featuring blacks, they use very hateful and racist remarks about whites and police, but no one complains or dare speak out against them. Even worse is heard on the silver screen and again, it’s not considered racist or hateful. But if a white person says or does anything half as bad, everyone is up in arms and demanding for that person’s head on a spit.
Paladino is under fire from other members of the Buffalo School Board over his remarks about the Obamas. They have demanded his resignation and gave him 24 hours to submit it. If he refuses, which he has so far, the other school board members say they will take their case to the state education commissioner and ask him to remove Paladino from the school board. Paladino says he is not a racist and his comments were not intended to be racist, therefore he has no intention of resigning.
Like I said, I don’t condone Paladino’s remarks, or his expressing them publicly, but I do condemn those who are in such a snit over those remarks. Many blacks say far worse and remain in their public positions without any consequences. As long as the First Amendment remains as part of the Constitution, anyone should be free to express their feelings without fear of retribution.
If Paladino is forced off the school board, then Obama should have been forced out of the White House for some of his racist remarks about Trump and other whites. Al Sharpton should have been driven from his organization for his many racist remarks about whites, and the list of guilty blacks goes on and on. As long as this kind of racial hypocrisy continues in America, there will always be a racial division in our nation, most of which is perpetuated by the racist blacks themselves.