Sub-animalistic behavior by black college students
The brief news article at the Boston Globe is poorly written, as reporter Amanda Cedrone describes the attack in the passive voice (“The video shows a young man being punched without warning and then repeatedly punched and being hit with his own shoes”), making it sound as though all nine of the expelled students attacked the victim, whereas there was only one attacker. Cedrone’s statement that nine students have been expelled leads the reader to believe that they were expelled for the attack. But since only one person committed the attack that can’t be the case. I assume the others were expelled because they viciously laughed and hooted at the victim after the attack, when he staggered to his feet and stood stunned and helpless in his stockinged feet, since his attacker had stolen his shoes. No one offers to help him. No one expresses any concern. Instead they make mocking delighted sounds at his plight or at best walk by indifferently. The word “animals” is often used for such people, but no animals are so heartless as this. The word “savages” is often used for such people, but no savages are so gratuitously cruel as this. We need a new vocabulary to identify and describe the black sub-species that now exists in America. And remember, these are not “ghetto” blacks. These are students at Dean College in Franklin, Massachusetts.
Here is the video, at Gateway Pundit. Some of the commenters make racial comments, and I’m surprised the blogger, the 9/11 conservative Jim Hoft, left them online.
Nine Dean College students have been expelled following a one-sided fight on Friday that was captured on videotape and posted online. Police said they expected to bring criminal charges in the case.
The average SAT scores students at Dean College are:Beth M. writes:
I just wanted to say that “one-sided fight” appears to be a new construction for the liberal press. Perhaps they have begun to be too embarrassed by the word “random” and the phrase “in the wrong place at the wrong time.”LA replies:
You’re absolutely right. The phrase, “one-sided fight,” hung at the edge of my consciousness, but I was too preoccupied with getting the blog entry done to notice how PC it was.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at December 07, 2011 09:34 AM | Send