Remember the numerous stories conducted on Resistance Records by the "mainstream" media and our response was that they should be looking at the Jewish dominated recording and music cable stations if they wished to complain about "hate," "intolerance," "violence" and the rest of their complaint list.
Now they have discovered this - hypocrisy:
Washington Post Writer's Group Kathleen Parker Kathleen Parker - Imus, Duke case: Lightning rods, tipping point
Published April 15, 2007
In my eyes I done seen some crazy thangs in the streets
Gotta couple hos workin' on the changes for me . . .
__ Lyrics from "It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp," 2006 winner of the Academy Award for Best Original Song, by Three 6 Mafia for "Hustle and Flow."
WASHINGTON __ The air is so thick with irony and hypocrisy these days, it's hard to find oxygen to breathe.
On the same day that North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper declared the three white Duke University lacrosse team players innocent of the alleged rape of an African_American stripper, MSNBC canceled its simulcast of the Don Imus radio show for a racial slur against the mostly black Rutgers University women's basketball team.
Two athletic teams __ one mostly white male, one mostly black female. Two examples of race and gender colliding. One rogue prosecutor; one rude shock jock.
Obviously, there's no comparison between the two cases in terms of consequences. While the Rutgers gals suffered hurt feelings, Imus lost his television gig and his radio show, the three Duke men potentially faced 30 years in prison and District Attorney Mike Nifong faces ethics charges.