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Columnist: Ferguson Protests Are The New ‘Birth of a Nation,’ Will Cause Whites to ‘Strike Back’

WorldNetDaily columnist Mychal Massie has penned another racially charged diatribe, warning that if African-Americans continue to protest police violence, whites may “strike back.”

“I’m tired of seeing, reading, and hearing white people blamed for everything from black boys not being able to read to whites being privileged because of the color of their skin,” writes Uncle Ruckus from The Boondocks Massie. “If I am tried of these Americans being used as scapegoats to further the agenda of race mongers, then it is a sure bet that those being unjustly vilified are especially weary of the same.”

“The single greatest non-biblical truth today is that many times the majority of blacks are their own worst enemies,” says Samuel L. Jackson’s character from Django Unchained Massie. “Many blacks go through life with a chip on their shoulder and bad attitudes toward whites.”

“How long before white people, many of whom are growing increasingly resentful at being falsely maligned, decide to respond in kind?” Massie asks. “How much longer will whites stand by and allow the likes of Sharpton and Obama to continually cast them as racist villains?”

“If the 1915 silent movie ‘The Birth of a Nation’ by D.W. Griffith, which depicted blacks as unintelligent and sexual predators of white women (which was a lie), gave rise to the resurrection of the Ku Klux Klan, what can we expect to be brought about by the heathen behavior of many blacks today?” Massie asks.

“If a phony movie was able to give rise to at least two generations of condemnations of blacks, what will the in-your-face belligerent hostilities so many of them exhibit today ultimately result in?” he concludes.

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Igor Derysh is the Managing Editor of Latest. com and a syndicated columnist whose work has appeared in The Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Boston Herald, Baltimore Sun, and Orlando Sun Sentinel, and AOL News. His work has been criticized in even more publications. Follow him on Twitter @IgorDerysh