Monday, August 31, 2020

Whitetown U.S.A.

 I can envision the town of Whitetown located somewhere in the state of Kansas.  The inhabitants of Whitetown consist of those who have carried on a truly American tradition.  That tradition is the murder of innocent black people.  The residents of Whitetown.  You know them well.    George Zimmerman, Jason Van Dyke, and Darren Wilson among the many.  I see them all living in modern ranch style, open concept homes with the American flag hanging outside on a flag pole.  The outdoor grills constantly lit in all seasons. The lives of Whitetown residents are funded by generous grants from individuals and corporations.  Some corporations who at the same time give donations to Black Lives Matter groups so no one would suspect what they really believe in.  The inhabitants of Whitetown do not have to work.  Their living expenses are fully paid for.  Paid for by those who support there acts of violence.  If they do work it is because they are bored.  There is no one to kill in Whitetown.  No one they truly hate.  They are united in their hatred and biases against black people.  The television shows watched by the  inhabitants of Whitetown consist of reruns of shows from the 1950s and early 1960s where the only black presence is the role of a butler or maid.

The population of Whitetown grows every year.   New homes are being built now for future inhabitants.  There's a home for Gregory McMichaels.  Across the street is one for Travis McMichael.  A big two story home is being built for Derek Chauvin with smaller lots for Thomas Lane, Tou Thao and J Alexander Kueng.   Rumor has it that Brett Hankison and Garret Rolfe were filling out applications for homes in an exclusive cul de sac portion of town.  Somebody even said that the humongous home being built in the exclusive gated part of Whitetown is being built to accommodate the family of a soon to be Ex President.  "Hail to the Chief" is being practiced every day by the town band.

Whitetown U.S.A.    Do you have one in your state?


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