Jena. black versus white?

Rev. Jesse Jackson about Jena case :

“If I were a candidate, I’d be all over Jena,”

i bet you would. This why you were always loosing

Hillary Clinton :

This case reminds us that the scales of justice are seriously out of balance when it comes to charging, sentencing, and punishing African-Americans” Clinton stated “it cries out for a full investigation from the Department of Justices’ Civil Rights division.”

this is why Hillary will loose


Filed under 2008 vote, 2008 voter, Hillary Clinton, Jena

6 responses to “Jena. black versus white?

  1. Interesting comment……..anyway I’m a relatively new blogger and just published a post on Jena 6 that I thought you might be interested in, check it out

  2. to assom:
    Thanks for stepping by . I read your comment and I appreciate thoroughness with which you are discussing the incident. My remark is much more narrow by its goal. I am not examining the case as such .The point in my view is not who is right and who is wrong. My point is that it is absolutely unacceptable ( must be unacceptable ) to bring everything to a racial denominator . Remember Duke University lacrosse case? Same personages Sharpton, Jessie Jackson. This is a pure inflammatory demagoguery when racial causes kicking in every time when black and white people are involved.
    let justice be served without politicians making noises around This is in my view an instinctive feeling of the most of Americans and this is why Jessie Jackson never won a race for office .
    (Good luck with your blog and I would really appreciate your feedback especially when I am writing on middle east/Islam aspects of politic. Your view would be of great interest to me)

  3. anonymous4now

    your insight and attempts to bring civility and facts over at whitenoiseinsaneasylum are welcome. believe me, I’ve tried to engage those idiots into discussion but it always resorts to name calling, changing the subject and the most insane level of Bush Derangement syndrome I’ve ever witnessed. Good luck!

  4. to anonymous4now:
    thank you for your moral support . I still believe ( hope ) facts and civility is the only option however i realize that it is hopeless to convince those authors in anything. Therefore i write for readers ( like yourself) without any hope that i can convince those who write these articles. Besides ,these people are usually just do not allow me to post anything after they realize that their arguments are way to weak ,they just blocking my postings: very progressive and very liberal way of disputing:) and this is typical

  5. hey, you should check out Jason Whitlock, who wrote an excellent column on Jena 6 at

    Just most important excerpts:

    There was no “schoolyard fight” as a result of nooses being hung on a whites-only tree.Justin Barker, the white victim, was cold-cocked from behind, knocked unconscious and stomped by six black athletes. Barker, luckily, sustained no life-threatening injuries and was released from the hospital three hours after the attack.A black U.S. attorney, Don Washington, investigated the “Jena Six” case and concluded that the attack on Barker had absolutely nothing to do with the noose-hanging incident three months before. The nooses and two off-campus incidents were tied to Barker’s assault by people wanting to gain sympathy for the “Jena Six” in reaction to [Jena District Attorney Reed] Walters’ extreme charges of attempted murder.

    I think that sums it up.

  6. Hello Armilnov! long time no see:)
    I missed you buddy:)

    Thank you for the link. I do agree with the general sentiment of the article but the whole point of my approach is that : politicians , keep out! Stop speculating on a racial card . Jackson was loosing as a politician on these bets, Hillary will loose if she is going to try to boost her popularity inflaming a racial factor .Sharpton is different , he is a clown . I heard on CNN that white supremacists are in play already publishing list of the case participants of the case on the web. So, what I am saying let them both: whites supremacists from one side and Sharpton from another to stay away from this case. We need none of them for justice to be served.

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