Tuesday, April 24, 2012

A grim pattern of Mob Justice

Man Beaten, In Critical Condition, Told “Now, that’s justice for Trayvon.”

So abandoning any legal recourse, ignoring due process, and summarily punishing a person for the actions of a 3rd party they have no relation to is Justice?

Is it me or does Mob Justice seem an awful lot like Social Justice?

via Glenn Reynolds

And it's a pattern with at least 3 incidents with the same "justice".

I repeat: No national coverage of this racial hate crime pattern in the media.

Apparently some victims are unworthy, and some hatred and violence is justified.

Is Obama going to say anything? Call at least one of the victims? Attempt to bring calm? Attempt a "Sister Souljah" moment (which could actually benefit him politically) and call out violent black racists?

That would require courage and initiative, and Dear Reader is against such things that interfere with his monarch-like reign (I speak of modern European-monarchies where the monarch has considerable wealth, clout, and power but a dearth of responsibilities).

1 comment:

DaddyBear said...

Some pigs are more equal than others, I guess.