Select Page

It’s time to tell the truth about the black racism, crime, and terror that came to Waukesha.

It’s time to tell the truth about the black racism, crime, and terror that came to Waukesha.

As I have watched the events unroll between Kenosha and Waukesha, the stark difference of narratives quickly is evident.

When the shootings in Kenosha came about, you heard the young man was a white supremacist, this was a crime due to “White Privilege,” but now that you have in Waukesha a Black individual doing this, you have had some go as far as calling the SUV into question for the crime, not the individual.


Yet this was not the reaction when Rittenhouse was acquitted in Racine; the press approached this by writing “There’s Nothing More Frightening in America Today than an Angry White Man,” a CNN op-ed headline blared after the Rittenhouse verdict. And then Darrell Brooks, a black racist, career criminal, and convicted sex offender with two open felony cases, intentionally drove into the Waukesha Christmas Parade, leaving bloody children strewn like crumpled flowers.

Baby strollers and battered wheelchairs lay on the street after this racist rampage while the media tries to cover up his black racist agendas. If a white racist had slammed his car into a black parade, there would be little doubt and less question about his motives.

But black racists always get a pass by a media that’s happy to enable their racism. While white racism is denounced as disgraceful, black racism is embraced as revolutionary.

Milwaukee BLM leader Vaun Mayes, who has appeared alongside local Democrat politicians, responded to the horrifying atrocity by suggesting, “It sounds possible that the revolution has started in Wisconsin. It started with this Christmas parade.”

How better to start the Marxist revolution than by running down some Dancing Grannies? This is sick. But it is enabled by the collusion of well-meaning people who don’t want to acknowledge that blacks can be mass murderers and racist monsters just like everyone else.

Black Lives Matter had adopted a quote from black nationalist fugitive cop-killer Assata Shakur as its slogan, “We must fight for our freedom.” That chant has appeared at Democrat Party events and even corporate anti-racism sessions.

The phrase just before the chant is, “We must gain our liberation by any means necessary.” People who say things like this are criminals and race haters ready to commit the worst kinds of atrocities. And those who enable them should be held accountable.

Even with all of this, the press is silent. Add to this now; there have been attempts to raise legal costs for Darrell Brooks, the Waukesha terrorist who injured more than 62 people, many of them children, and killed six, including four dancing grannies and one 8-year old child.

Fund Me shut this down, but the press refused to report on this. Instead, they tried to stick up for Darrell Brooks or refuse to talk about his racism.

Where we are headed

The combination of black racism and leftist support for black criminals led to the parade horror.

“If the solutions were easy, we would have solved the challenge long ago, but they are not,” Chicago’s Mayor Lori Lightfoot argued in response to complaints that she wasn’t letting the police fight crime. “The root causes of community violence are deep, complex, and generations in the making.” This is code for blaming black criminality on systemic racism and white people, the creed of racial hate that fuels our current crisis while rejecting black responsibility.

The actual root cause, a corrupt welfare state that treats crime like a civil rights movement, is easily visible in Chicago, Milwaukee, and countless Democrat cities. Black Lives Matter perfectly blends crime, racism, and revolution until it’s impossible to tell the difference.

Communist revolutions begin as crimes with robberies, murders, and bombings. And that makes leftists into criminals and criminals into leftists. The Bolsheviks called the bank robberies they used to finance their revolution “expropriations.” BLM looters are just following in their footsteps by “expropriating” the shelves of neighborhood grocery stores for their racist revolution.

Every criminal is the victim of systemic racism. The only way to justify crime is to demonize crime victims as white racists. As the book In Defense of Looting argued, private property is “innately, structurally white supremacist,” and looting is an act of racial liberation.

Black Lives Matter racializes crime and turns every criminal act into a hate crime against white people. That’s how you end up with Black Lives Matter taking ownership of a racist thug ramming his car through a Christmas parade, leaving children and grandmothers bleeding on the ground in his wake, into a revolutionary act of political terrorism against whiteness.

The system that coddles black criminals like Brooks, enabling them to kill, is the true form of systemic racism. No justice system in this country punishes people because of their race, but some Democrat cities indisputably give criminals a pass because they have racialized crime.

What can we do?

In the end, we are left with little choice; either we give in, or we better be prepared to fight.

I am not talking about a civil war type of fight; although this could go in this direction if we start to see mass resistance, we need to fix this with voting while this is available to us.

The reality is a small percentage of this nation wants what we are seeing being pushed on us, CRT, racist attacks against whites, protection of criminals based on race, but if you stand up, the first thing they do is get in your face and scream racist. When they do this, I look at them calmly, tell them I reject their calls of racism; in fact, I find them calling this out as racist in itself.


We need to start voting, a small percentage of Americans vote, but if we had even 50% of the GOP and conservates vote, this type of nonsense would end in a hurry. We have a large group of Americans that love to bitch how things are going wrong but ask if they voted; they say they don’t bother with it. I usually tell them what I was told when I was younger, if you aren’t going to vote, then you have no right to bitch over the actions of people voted in.

We also need to be slow to judgment, pay attention to what is going on. A great example is the Rittenhouse trial; many were shocked when they saw the trial live; much of what was shown in the proceedings was never mentioned by the press. The reason for this is simple; the truth was not convenient to the narrative the Left was trying to spin.

Last, don’t allow people to shame you or browbeat you into changing your position. I had a debate the other day in a grocery store of all places; an individual I knew knows that I work as a journalist, asked me what I thought about CRT. I told him I thought it was very racist. Another individual came up and jumped in the conversation, which seemed to grow until 14 or 15 of us talked about this; he demanded why I thought this ideology was racist. I told him I view everything by the opposite, then asked, if I substituted white with black, would it be racist? If I demanded you apologize for your black privilege, or Hispanic, Asian, or Arab privilege, would that be racist? And if it is, why is it not the other way around?


I went into this once with South Africa, there is now apartheid returning to that country, where blacks are stripping whites of their property, many times of their very lives. I had one person once write me and say, this is what happened to blacks under apartheid. I asked them the same question my father used to ask me, “Do two wrongs make a right?”

If you are doing to another to get payback for what was done to you or your people, that is not justice; that is vengeance, that is never right.

Because you feel you are/oppressed, which there isn’t any of this today in America, you still don’t have a right to assault, burn buildings and loot as you please. Also, if you get caught doing this, it is not due to racism, other then your own, you were caught due to you were breaking the law.

We are committed to truth and accuracy in all of our journalism. Read our editorial standards.

About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published.

Visit Our Sponsors

Visit Our Sponsors