Political pundits are fueling racial divisions in order to distract and control the population.
September 10, 2013
In a magnitude perhaps not seen since the Reconstruction Era, America is currently being hit with an unprecedented wave of racially-motivated violence as media pundits promote racial division rather than equality.
Using the “divide and conquer” technique as outlined in Niccolò Machiavelli’s 16th century treatise The Art of War , media “talking heads” are attempting to push Americans back into tribalism by promoting superficial racial divisions in order to distract us from the constant erosion of our rights.
This technique was used successfully by Spanish conquistadors in conquering tens of thousands of Aztecs and Incans with only a few dozen men.
For months, racial tensions and violence have been flaring up across the country.
On July 16 in Senatobia, Miss., three black men abducted a white man  as he was jogging alongside a road.
One of the assailants asked the jogger “Do you know who Trayvon Martin was?” before badly beating him.
On the same day in Baltimore, Md., a group of black youths chased a Hispanic man  around a park before kicking, stomping, and pistol whipping him while yelling “This is for Trayvon.”
Last month, Breitbart published an article  entitled “Oprah: Just because you’re not using n-word, harboring ill will towards blacks doesn’t mean you’re not racist.”
The article covers the August 15 edition of CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360° in which Oprah Winfrey responded to a quote from a George Zimmerman trial juror who felt that race wasn’t a factor in the case.
“People don’t feel it’s race because people don’t call it race,” she said. “A lot of people think if they think they’re not using the n-word themselves, they physically aren’t using the n-word themselves, and do not harbor ill will towards black people that it’s not racist.”
“But to me it’s ridiculous to look at that case and not to think that race was involved.”
The next day in Duncan, Okla., three youths randomly gunned down  East Central University baseball player Chris Lane as he jogged alongside a road.
Although the teenagers claimed they killed Lane out of “boredom,” at least one of the suspected had posted racist tweets from his Twitter account (username: jamesakabug) such as:
90% of white ppl are nasty. #HATE  THEM
— jamesakabug (@JAMESAKABUG) April 29, 2013 
Several days later in the state of Washington, the Spokane police released an affidavit stating that Demetruis Glenn and Kenan Adams-Kinard, both 16, pummeled to death World War II veteran  Delbert “Shorty” Belton, 88, as he sat inside of his car outside of a pool hall on the night of August 21.
Belton, who was wounded in combat during the Battle of Okinawa, was buried with military honors.
Spokane detective Mark Griffiths called the attack “random.”
“He was in the parking lot, it appears he was assaulted in the parking lot and there was no indication that he would have known these people prior to the assault,” he said to KXLY.
During the last week of August, media “talking heads” declared that a rodeo clown was racist for wearing a Halloween Obama mask  as he kept bull riders safe from charging bulls at the Missouri State Fair rodeo.
In response, the Missouri State Fair banned the clown for life and forced the other clowns to undergo expensive “sensitivity training .”
In New York’s Union Station on September 4, LeShawn Marten, 31, reportedly beat retired train conductor Jeffrey Babbitt , 62, while shouting “I hate white people” and “the next white person who walks by I’m going to [expletive].”
Babbitt died yesterday evening after being declared “brain dead” with a cracked skull.
The latest racial attack occurred in Manhattan on September 6 as an unknown assailant called a bus rider a “cracker”  before punching him in the face, breaking his nose and eye socket.
In a refreshing contrast to the racial division designed to distract all of us, regardless of skin color, from the loss of our rights, Dr. Alveda King, the niece of the late civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., promotes equality as the only solution towards peace and liberty.
“The truth is that we are all humans belonging to only one race,” Dr. King said in a commentary . “Racial reconciliation can only mean that we reconcile to the truth that we are all one race of human beings created equal.”
“Even though we have ethnic distinctions, those distinctions do not separate us from the human race any more than do our stage of development or state of physical dependency. We are all fully human. When we face this truth, there is no justification for treating those who look different than us as lesser beings. If we simply treat other people the way we’d like to be treated, racism, abortion, and other forms of inhumanity will be things of the past.”