Black Collar Crime

28 05 2012

Blacks don’t commit white collar crime?

Au contraire:

WOODSON: Black-on-black crime in the suites

For decades, it was presumed that having blacks in positions of political leadership on the local, state and national levels would serve as a safeguard to preserve the victories of the civil rights movement and ensure that the people on whose behalf those battles had been fought could benefit from the new opportunities that those victories afforded. But in time, just the opposite has happened. In an era where race has begun to serve as both a shield (rebuffing legitimate criticism as evidence of racism) and a sword (attacking dissenting opinions as racist) many black officials have entered zones of comfort insulated from responsibility. In many cities, monopolies of opportunist leadership have reigned unchallenged for decades.

Definitely read the rest.

Though it’s an error to call this “black-on-black” crime, because almost all of this money used in this corruption came directly from white taxpayers.


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