Reason #4080 as to why Black people are wrong when they say we’re not a post-racial society

Remember the good old days when race relations in this country was different? You know, back in the days when “certain people” felt the need to hang nooses all over the country as an act of intimidation after the Jena 6 movement took off? Remember that? Yeah, that was back in the pre-post racial days when, well, quite frankly, we were racist? But not anymore; see, unlike back then, “certain people” are happy. Yes, they make a point to go out of their way to show it as they show so much love to our recently elected Black president. You know, sending “special” emails expressing their gratitude and affection. Yeah, some of them would even like to go as far as to give the man a 21 gun salute at these town hall meetings but the cops just won’t let them. Oh how times have changed for the better, and I love it.

Check out what happened yesterday:

Four teenagers were arrested in connection with racist phrases and symbols made from strips of sod at an elementary school in the Manassas area, Prince William County police said Tuesday. The strips, spelling “KKK” and “White Power” with a swastika in the middle, were found about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday at a parking lot at Sinclair Elementary School, said Sgt. Kim Chinn, a police spokeswoman. The male Stonewall Jackson High School students, ages 14, 15, 16 and 17, three of them white and one black, were released to their parents, Chinn said. As of late last night it appeared that they had not been charged. []Ok, so I know many of you – especially you Black readers – are going to say that it’s messed up that a Black kid would be a party to something like this. But see, that’s just you seeing the glass as half empty as Black people often do. Uh huh, my non-minority friends tell me that’s one of our problems, and who better than they to psychoanalyze Black people, right? The way I see it, this is a triumphant moment in Black history. What this does, is to show just how Black and White people can come together for one common cause.
Sure you might be thinking that if you were the parent of the Black kid you’d be beating his ass ’till dawn. But hey, what type of message would that be sending to the kid, his White friends and their parents. Do you really want to be known as a non-teamplayer? I mean hell, those kids were just having fun just like the kids who hung those nooses in Jena Louisiana. I mean hell, it was a Swastika for crying out loud! It’s not like they’re not following in the footsteps of some of the adults we see on TV at these town hall meetings expressing their undying love for socialists and Nazis like myself [].
So look, let’s collectively as Americans come together and embrace this event as a necessary act of progression. It’s a new day in this country folks, and yes, it is time to move forward and beyond the days of old – circa Jena Louisiana 2006. Lets be honest, it’s not like any of those four teenagers in D.C. were charged with anything. The last thing we need is to get a few of you angry Negroes upset over nothing and get to marching and stuff all because of a prank.