As one Magic Negro sets to depart center stage another one has been foisted on a gullible public. And he's an actual hero. Yes, that's what he's being called, a hero. I'm referring to Chief Brown, the Head of the Dallas PD. His 'leadership qualities' have been hailed as inspirational. Already - almost unbelievably - there are calls for him to be Donald Trump's running mate. Explain to me how exactly he's a hero. All he's done is stand in front of a microphone and read a standard array of meaningless platitudes from an autocue.
His brave and innovative solution for the gun problem? 'Something on guns has to be done'. His advice to gang-bangers in the ghetto? 'Become part of the solution'. And if you ask (as CNN did) his opinion on the BLM protesters? "I probably wouldn't protest or complain. I'd get involved and do something about it, by becoming part of the solution." And... "this tragedy, this incident, will not discourage us from continuing the pace of urgency in chasing and reforming policing in America". Not sure what 'chasing policing' means but I do know what reforming policing means. It means catapulting large numbers of useless minorities into positions of power. Just as Brown was himself.
Leadership and bravery.
Blah blah, blah. We're hurting, we're all human, nobody is better than anyone else so JUST STOP VIOLENCE NOW! And of course endless recitations of 'our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their loved ones'. Quasi-religious platitudinous meaningless drivel passing for bravery and leadership.
You may have noticed that the word 'tragedy' keeps popping up. Helpful hint: It's a racist murder when a White kills a black, it's a 'tragedy' when a black kills a White. Did you ever notice that? In fact we see it again here from CNN in an article entitled Dallas police chief's storied career marked by tragedies. The tragedies in this case refer to both his son and brother being shot dead while engaged in criminal activities. The brother while drug-dealing and the son while murdering a DPD Officer. That's right. After which you'd imagine Brown would have salvaged some respect by resigning. But no. Instead he provided a motorised police escort for his cop-murdering son's funeral. Hard to believe, but true.
That the American Establishment and much of the public are seizing on this guy as the next Magic Negro just serves to underline the pitiful lack of capable blacks and the unfathomable depths of White pathological altruism and guilt.