Back in the mid-1990s my wife and I were driving through a poor section of port arthur Texas. There is a welding supply store near the port of port arthur, but to get to that area you have to go through a poor section.
I needed a part for my job, we went to the welding supply store and bought what I needed.
On the way home we stopped at a red light where some blacks (nicely dressed) were handing out papers. I rolled down my window and asked for a paper. The guy would not even look at me, he looked to the side and handed me the paper.
When my wife and I got home I looked at the paper. It was a newspaper filled with racial hate articles pointed towards whites.
There was a cartoon in the paper that showed a couple of people dressed up like the KKK putting bandannas, drugs, guns and beer on a table.
The second image of the cartoon showed a couple of black guys walking to the table.
The third and fourth images were the black guys putting on the bandannas, drinking, taking drugs, then finally killing each other with the guns that were on the table.
In the images, the two klan members were in the background laughing at the blacks.
The caption under the cartoon said something like “do not fall for the tricks of the whiteman”,,, or something like that.
What does this say about a Islam when they blame others for their lack of self-control? Did the klan members in the cartoon “make” the blacks drink, take drugs and shoot each other? No they did not. Those actions were a choice. […]