April 29, 2013

High School Hosts First Prom Ever; Leftist Media Reports It As First "Integrated" Prom Ever

The school claims it has never hosted a prom at all, much less any segregated events. The students took it upon themselves to host private parties, with most white students attending one and most black students attending another.

This year, Wilcox County School agreed to officially host a prom, which naturally will be open to all students. But the left-wing media is only reporting it as the first ever integrated prom, the implication being the school has kept students segregated up until this year:

Almost half a century after the Civil Rights Act of 1964 outlawed racial discrimination in schools and other public places, black and white students in Georgia's rural Wilcox County danced together for the first time at prom over the weekend.

In case their biased and misleading reporting didn't stir enough racial tensions, NBCNews added:

Traditionally, most students were welcome to the "black prom" but an unwritten rule kept students of different races from attending the "white prom."

"Unwritten rule" by who? The whites to keep blacks out? The blacks to promote their own segregated prom? I would find it more believable that both proms were open to others or that both had an "unwritten rule." The media just decided to praise one side and demonize the other with this ambiguous text, keeping with their leftist agenda.

A screenshot from NBCNews:


And people wonder why there are still racial issues in this age of Obama? It isn't because of any systematic discrimination. It is because certain advocates, mostly from the left, like to manufacture racism where it doesn't exist.

I'm not saying there are no racist people out there. There will always be individuals who harbor ignorant, bigoted attitudes. However, as a whole, as a society, racial discrimination has been rightly abolished.

But the left will always keep racism alive. It must. Racism and diversion are its nature. Even if it means destroying the country in the process.

By DMartyr at 10:28 AM | Comments |