More on Racism and Racial Disparity
More on Racism:
"Nearly 80 percent of the players in the National Basketball Association in 2011 were black, and 17 percent were white, but if that disparity is disconcerting, Asians were only 1 percent. Compounding the racial disparity, the highest-paid NBA players are black. That gross disparity works the other way in the National Hockey League, in which less than 3 percent of the players are black. Blacks are 66 percent of NFL and AFL professional football players, but among the 34 percent of other players, there's not a single Japanese player.
Though the percentage of black professional baseball players has fallen to 9 percent, there are gross disparities in achievement. Four out of the five highest career home run hitters were black, and of the eight times more than 100 bases were stolen in a season, all were by blacks.
How does one explain these gross sports disparities? Might it be that the owners of these multibillion-dollar professional basketball, football and baseball teams are pro-black and that those of the NHL and major industries are racists?"
Of course, the PC crowd will scream discrimination! How can this be tolerated?
I wonder if, on the locker rooms of National Hockey League doors, it says, "No trouble some blacks allowed"?
Oh, by the way, if you want to read more of the quoted article, by all means do...
It is on today's Lew Rockwell and it is an article entitled, "Stubborn Ignorance" it is about people who always scream about discrimination (yet wish for women to be treated better than men, or think the government has the right to tell you what to think or do - or who to associate with)....
The writer of this article is most probably a racist, right?
You'd think so. Anyone who'd tell the PC correct crowd that they were confused on their solutions for more morality or for justice, asks how they would hande the problems presented by the quote above.
The writer of this quote and article His name is Walter Williams. That's about a white sounding name as we can get, right?
Here is the picture of Walter Williams below:
Read more on "Stubborn Ignorance" here.