“…I didn’t belong in their neighborhood because I was white…”

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ABC Local carried the story.  Which, with the skin color reversed, would be weeks in the national headlines.  But it is just whitey.  So…. nary a peep from the Race-baiter in Chief, or from the Justice for Michael Brown Department.  Or from Al “Tawana Brawley” Sharpton.

Police say two people were arrested and charged, but Susan Pedersen says several dozen people were involved in the attack that left her two children covered in broken glass. They were in the back seat of the vehicle, which was left dented with the rear glass shattered.

“I’m very scared, very anxious, nervous. Just fearful,” she said.

Broken glass littered the pavement at 60th and King Drive across from Washington Park, where the attack took place around 9 p.m. Thursday night. Pedersen says she had just dropped off a friend at the University of Chicago when she stopped at a red light and found her car surrounded by several dozen young people.

“They were walking around both sides of the vehicle – in the front, in the back – and as they were walking across, they were hitting my car, using racial slurs and telling me that I didn’t belong in their neighborhood because I was white,” Pedersen said.

The group, all African-American, she says, kicked the vehicle and shook it violently. Her children were screaming from the back of the vehicle.

Racism?  Dat only be dem white folk.  Had that been a black woman with her children and had that happen in a “white” neighborhood, Bath House Barry would have taken time out from pandering to Iran and the Islamists and ensuring transgenders are allowed into the Armed Forces to lecture us all from on high about race.  The usual suspects and paid protesters would be in those streets in mob fashion, destroying property and threatening lives and livelihoods.  All somehow justified, in the eyes of Obama and the “black community” for such an egregious affront.

But, since it is a white woman, nary a peep.  Since Obama’s children don’t look like that.  Despicable hypocrites, all.  ALL of them, white and black, who search for outrage to blame on racism, and invent it when necessary.  I spose we can look on the bright side.  There is a good chance that those bullying and bigoted punks will end up dead.  And they will be killed by other blacks.  Good enough for them.  Karma.  It’s a bitch.  Even with your drawers around your knees.

6 thoughts on ““…I didn’t belong in their neighborhood because I was white…””

  1. Here is some advice about vehicle ambushes that I learned when I was getting my CT training as an aviation advisor (we used civilian vehicles and wore civilian clothes on most of our missions down-range): Get off the “X”. If you’re at a stop-light, hit the gas and blow through it. If you have to, drive up on the sidewalk to get around other cars. Just get off the location of the ambush, movement is key. Try not to get T-boned by a truck, of course, but do not just sit there and let the attack unfold on top of your head. Get moving!

    Even better advice, of course, is to use your situational awareness and avoid known areas of danger in the first place. Proper prior planning prevents you-know-what….

    1. I was at Camp Pendleton when they pulled that guy out of his 18-wheeler during the Rodney King riots. In such a situation, I like to think I’d be perfectly comfortable driving over someone. It’s your lives or theirs.

      (Just to be avoid any confusion, I was a civilian working for Navy Relief, installing their computer network at Pendleton that week.)

    2. Yeah, but then the story would have been “White woman runs over kind, considerate, angelic black child” complete with school photo from 5th grade and there probably would have been (more) riots. Not to mention lawsuits.

  2. Who was it who said something like: If there is one to be tried and one to be buried, I plan to be the one tried?

    Paul

  3. Someone obviously didn’t get “The Talk”.

    1) “I may not be able to describe the experience of talking to a young black teenager about the risks he runs just by walking down the street with a snack, but the racism and history that lie behind that “talk” are a part of my story. They’re a part of the story of everyone in this country, no matter what race or color we lay claim to. We all live in a world where the sight of a young black man walking down a Florida street can be regarded as “suspicious” by a member of the neighborhood watch, and in a world where the shooting of an unarmed child, provided he’s also a black teenager, can be chalked up as another in a long series of unfortunate incidents.”

    2) “(10b) Stay out of heavily black neighborhoods.”

    Substitute “white” for “black” and that pretty much sums up the situation. Nothing new. Even when I was a kid there were areas where white folks were not exactly greeted with open arms. Small arms, maybe. Particularly after dark.

    1)http://parenting.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/03/26/trayvon-martin-and-the-talk-black-parents-have-with-their-teenage-sons/?_r=0

    2) http://takimag.com/article/the_talk_nonblack_version_john_derbyshire/page_2#axzz3fytlDiLN
    You may remember Mr. Derbyshire wrote for the The National Review until he wrote this article.

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