Sylvia Thompson
An "activist" attorney general is a lawless attorney general
By Sylvia Thompson
August 20, 2014

Attorney General Eric Holder has declared himself "an activist" attorney general. That admission in itself insures that justice will not be applied equally or fairly. Activism requires that you embrace one cause over another cause, which is not justice, nor is it the job of an American Attorney General.

Given Holder's racist tendencies, against whom is his judicial activism directed? White Americans, of course. And how would we expect white Americans to take this kind of injustice from the chief law officer of the land? If I were white, I know darn well how I would take it – with complete disgust, fear, and anger, and a mind racing to determine how best and how quickly to take this man down.

I realized very early on that Eric Holder is no more suited for judicial stewardship over America than a Grand Dragon of the Klan. Klansmen are activists for their causes. An attorney general's job is to ensure that Constitutional law is adhered to, and that all laws, to the best that is humanly possible, serve the greater good of the American people. If an Attorney General fails miserably to uphold the laws of this nation, that Attorney General is to be impeached – removed.

Eric Holder is confident in his corrupting of the Justice Department, because of his relationship with Barack Obama, who is corrupting the country. I understand perfectly well the motives of these two leftist operatives. What I do not comprehend and refuse to accept is the failure of America's elected politicians to deal effectively with these men. Congress has been given the power to address lawless behavior in government, and that power includes impeachment and removal.

As unsettling as it is that Congress lacks the will to do its job, even more dangerous, in my view, is what is likely to happen as a result of that congressional timidity.

While white Congressional members cower at Holder's blackness, leaving him to flaunt his racist judicial policies, there exists whites of another caliber who are not cowering. These are the Americans who, for whatever reasons, have traditionally hated blacks – the Klan, neo-Nazis and other fascist and leftist types. They are supposedly "the fringe." These people do not need reasons for racial hatred, but they are being given more and more such reasons as Eric Holder exercises his brand of racialist justice. All they need now to spark retaliation is justification for thinking that their lives are threatened. And I would say that the Holder Justice Department is dishing out justification in spades.

In addition, everyday American whites – people who have not been prone to hatred of blacks – are becoming increasingly fed-up with the violent, destructive, and lawless behavior of many blacks, such as those currently running amok in Ferguson, Missouri. These Americans also resent, and justly so, the usual support that such mobs receive from Holder and Obama, no matter how racist and criminal the mob behavior may be. The agitators can always whine "white racism" and be assured that Holder and Obama will be there to subvert justice. How long before some of these average Americans conclude that their lives are also threatened by black racial hatred and feel compelled to join "the fringe"?

I think we can infer that Eric Holder, using his corrupt Justice Department, is laying the groundwork for race war. He is, after all, no different from any other race-hater out there. He just happens to be black with an incredible amount of power to bring suffering to anyone whom he deems worthy of suffering (recall George Zimmerman and the white voters in Philadelphia, among a host of other citizens). This reality is what concerns me as a conservative black who despises everything about Eric Holder.

When the intended race war begins, there will be no way for blacks who oppose Holder's behavior to distinguish themselves from him and his leftist ilk. When race is the issue and anger and hatred have been stoked to the point of violence, all who look like Holder and the race-mongering blacks throughout the country will be targets. Marauding, angry whites will not ask for resumes as they rampage through the country. It will be similar to how racist blacks rampage and destroy neighborhood businesses that bring needed goods into their communities. Some of those business owners may be sympathetic to their plight, but the mob does not inquire. Neither will angry whites, nor will they care.

Understand, I have no fear of dying, but I prefer not to be beaten to death, or lynched, or shot and left to bleed out and die. I would much rather that my death be under normal circumstances and not at the hands of someone who has been driven to murderous rage. Just a preference.

This scenario is increasingly plausible given that Congressional members are allowing Holder's race to prevent his removal from office. It becomes imperative, then, for conservative blacks and other blacks, who have simply lost faith in the rule of law as a result of Holder's behavior, to contemplate seriously where we stand in an America whose elected officials refuse to act. When we no longer have the safety of law at our backs or the numbers to wage an effective defense. Just food for thought.

© Sylvia Thompson


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