The mainstream media is taking pains to highlight the Blacks in Milwaukee who are roaming around the streets cleaning up after the Blacks who roamed around on the streets the night before torching cop cars and targeting White people. It’s highlighting the “voices” of the “reformers” who are demanding “social justice” in the wake of what was supposedly a “civil rights protest.”
“This entire community has sat back and witnessed how Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has become the worst place to live for African-Americans in the entire country,” Rainey said at the end of a news conference at which Barrett pleaded for calm. “Now this is a warning cry. Where do we go from here? Where do we go as a community from here? [NBC News]
What happened in Milwaukee is our fault. It’s always our fault. A Black officer shot a Black criminal in textbook self-defense and then the Blacks torched their own Black neighborhoods in response. Yet the prescribed national conversation is necessarily about what we White folks should do differently to stop causing the riots.
Long after the last incinerated car is scrapped and the last photo op of a friendly Black woman sweeping the street is staged, White Americans will still be grappling with the profound guilt and anguish of having caused Milwaukee to burn itself down with our systemic racism and our failure to address the issues in Milwaukee’s Black community. The trillions we’ve invested in Black America weren’t nearly enough to restore the balance of fairness thrown out of whack by slavery hundreds of years ago and the mild segregation some of the older Blacks still vaguely recall.
I’m glad this is happening to Wisconsin, not because I bear any ill will toward the fine folks there. I’m a huge fan of their gourmet cheeses, their Nordic heritage, and their idyllic forested landscape. I’m glad this is happening to Wisconsin because it’s an additional humiliation for one of my most despised politicians, Scott Walker. No politician more completely typifies the cuckservative corporate crony spirit of the Republican Party, most of all his “bold” stance against “racism.”
As Walker makes plain in his own words in the video, he’s an uncompromising opponent of any and all advocates for White folks. He’s not above underhanded and illegal tactics to defeat White Advocates. Ironically, both Walker and Duke were scrambling to deal with disasters this weekend. Duke was filling sandbags alongside his flood-ravaged constituents in Louisiana while Walker was frantically scrambling for the National Guard to prevent his state’s descent into anarchy. Scott Walker’s disaster is entirely manmade, however, and he’s the man who made it happen.
In the final analysis, sarcasm aside, White men are at the root of the mayhem in Milwaukee. Decades ago, Scott Walker and the establishment “conservative” politicians of America chose to ignore David Duke’s warnings. They doubled down on the open borders, free trade, and minority-pandering platform of the modern GOP. And now their party is being overtaken by the populist Trump riot, Walker himself was the very first casualty of Trump’s revolt, David Duke’s insurgent Senate campaign is taking off, …and their cities are even going up in flames!
If you listen carefully, you can almost hear the lamentations of their women.
While Scott Walker’s wife is lamenting the twilight of her family’s political dynasty, the Black women are calling for full-on race war. Sherelle Smith, the sister of the career criminal who’s been crime-free for several consecutive days, called on her angry mob to burn down the homes of their White neighbors.
“Burning down sh*t ain’t gonna help nothin’,” yells Sherelle Smith.
“You’re burnin’ down sh*t we need in our community.”
“Take that sh*t to the suburbs. Burn that shit down!”
Fortunately, the mob didn’t take her up on the offer, …yet. The only White family’s home that’s been threatened by the unrest is the one in the governor’s mansion. The arrogant and dorky little man who built his career on screwing White working families has no answers. He has no solutions. He has no options. We’ve arrived at the terminal conclusion of the neoconservative revolution, the point where politicians must either adapt to the populist and nationalist spirit of the times or choke. Many politicians will pivot, but not Scott Walker. He’s too entrenched in his cuckservative bonafides and he’s not quite bright enough to recognize that he must pivot or choke.