The New Racial Justice System

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The hype over meth being the country’s single largest drug problems has been dealt with elsewhere, but what has not been addressed is the racial motive in promoting a shift from heroin and cocaine dealers and users to meth users and dealers as the leading causes of the country’s social and criminal problems. Part of that shift has been a conscious effort to reinvent drug use as a “hillbilly” or “redneck” social problem backed up by television shows and misleading statistics.

The actual number of meth users remains far lower than the number of cocaine and heroin users, but the war on meth has led right back to a war on prescription and even non-prescription medications.

As a Senator, Obama was one of the sponsors of the Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act. That name may not ring a bell, but it’s how cold and allergy medicines became criminalized, why you need photo identification to buy them and why buying more than a 30 day supply can bring a SWAT team to your door if you show up on the cold medicine registry.

A year after the Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act was passed; Tim Naveau was arrested in Illinois for buying the Claritin-D tablets that his son needed to take along with him to church camp. The arrest and humiliation of a man for buying slightly more allergy medication than the legal limit was another victory for the new racially redistributive war on drugs.

Racially redistributive justice efforts were unable to change the realities of drug use, so they refocused the drug war away from the crack den and aimed it at the local pharmacy. And the story doesn’t end there. Similar racial statistics are behind the law enforcement shift from stranger rape to date rape and from gangs to white collar crime. Offense categories where minorities score highest are being deemphasized in place of those where they score lower. The quotas for the justice system are being met at the cost of public safety and justice.

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  • objectivefactsmatter

    "This summer, Obama issued an executive order calling for equal outcomes in school discipline policies."

    This alone is so outrageous and illegal.

    NOBODY EVER GUARANTEED EQUAL OUTCOME TO ANY CLASS OF PEOPLE! It's like calling them retarded and incapable of competing. This is so insulting to the HUMAN race!

    Will there by guaranteed equal results between say, whites and Asians…no there will not be. "OMG, what should we do?!" Teach the lower performers how to work more effectively!

    Gag, spit (etc.)

  • Chezwick

    Social decay replaces a once dynamic meritocracy. The death spiral of a civilization is a matter of years, not decades.

  • davarino

    Sure, ok, dont acknowledge the elephant in the room. Make someone else the reason for your problem. Take it out on someone else for your supposed disparity in outcomes. No, there hasent been a break down in the family in your community. No, there hasent been a break down in respect for authority in your community. No, there hasent been a break down in work ethic in your community. No, its all good, its someone elses fault. And the left keeps enabling you with that narrative as your community continues to disintegrate into ashes.

  • Schlomotion

    I think it's funny that now that it has come out that Nakoula Nakoula is a meth dealer who works for Walid Shoebat's cousin, Mr. Greenfield has to write a big article defending methamphetamine and calling the prosecution of its dealers racist.

    • poppakap

      The would-be writer slomo trolls once again. How long can his unrequited man-love rage toward FPM writers last?

    • Ghostwriter

      Schlomind is an idiot,but his idiocy can't be allowed to stand. That's why he needs to be responded to.

    • Kufar Dawg

      How his Daniel Greenfield "defending methamphetamine"? Or is that just your private delusional interpretation?

      I believe there are decongestants/antihistamines that can be used to manufacture meth and it is done. Mexico is the largest legal producer in N. and S. America of these types of decongestants/antihistamines and also the largest exporter of methamphetamine to the US. Coincidence?

      • Schlomotion

        Please. His objection to equal prosecution of meth dealers was the funniest thing I read since Pat Buchanan accusing the President of desegregating the South unfairly faster than the North.

  • oldtimer

    Isn't this a form of racial profiling?

  • tagalog

    President Obama issues an executive order calling for equal outcomes in school discipline policies.

    What is the basis for such an exercise of presidential power? Where in the Constitution does it say that the executive branch of the federal government can impose itself on educational issues?

    In fact, where in the Constitution does it say that the federal government can impose itself on any part of the educational function, which I thought was a state function? Is it because the federal government gives federal taxpayer funds to schools? How does that justify federal interference in school discipline?

    So, if we're going to have equality in administration of justice, what happens when a white guy is singled out for punishment and he's innocent? Do we punish him anyway just for equality's sake?

  • watsa46

    The drug problem must be addressed from both ends: dealers and users.
    For the rest, it should be clear to everybody that an intense far left influence is being exercised to centralize and increase dramatically the power of this government. We are moving slowly but surely towards a hybrid socialist-communist system. Both separately have failed abysmally all over the world. The other issue is what place this administration wants to give to Islamists/Islam in this country! In many ways antithetical to US values and US constitution.
    Social justice is a powerful instrument/argument, but no one on the left will define what social justice is about!

  • Iratus Vulgas

    The racial disparity in prison has been a liberal bugaboo for decades. It's merely one among many of the race cards that they like to play. Unfortunately when the evidence card gets played you get a result that doesn't take race into account. So unfair.

  • BLJ

    I will gladly serve my time if I can kick Comrade O's butt in a fight. He is the biggest enemy of the U.S. Constitution in history.

  • riverboatbill

    So,I need an ID to buy cold medicine-but not to vote?

  • @JeanCurry3

    As long as Americans bend over and take it, it'll keep coming — and there is only one way to scare criminals like the ones infesting government. Too bad the Spirit of 1776 has been exorcized from the formerly free citizens of this country.

  • Malcolm

    It would be interesting to see them apply the same rules to sex as to race – because, not only are more men than women convicted, but typically men are given harsher sentences for the same offence.
    Apart from that, why is it considered unfair for one person to receive a harser sentence than another? After all, if a particular punishment – it might be death, or $100 fine – is considered appropriate for a particular crime, and you commit the crime, you can't complain if you pay the penalty. If somebody else commits the same crime and gets a lesser sentence, then he is very lucky, but YOU can't complain that you were unfairly treated.

  • Kufar Dawg

    LOL, good point.

    I remember once I had a really bad case of the flu and went to stock up on cold medicine and was
    treated like a criminal for doing so (I wanted to stock up, because I didn't want to be going back to
    the store and getting more while I was sick).

  • edward

    I will gladly serve my time if I can kick Comrade O's butt in a fight. good criminal justice schools