According to MSNBC host and new-age race hustler Touré Neblett, young black men wearing saggy pants low enough to expose their boxers do so because they feel rejected and put no value on following society’s rules.
“Those people just may be wearing their pants in an anti-social way because they feel rejected by society and see no value in following its rules,” Touré said on Friday. “We don’t value black boys in this society if they can’t rhyme or play sports, and then we wonder why they reject the society that presumes them guilty and worthless.”
An opinion that relies heavily on the myth of institutional racism known as “critical race theory,” a belief that individual racists do not have to exist for racism to be pervasive in a culture, brought on by white privilege and white supremacy.
Who knew that the unsightly fashion statement was a rejection of a society dominated by white crackers, never mind the left’s total domination of pop culture in America.
Touré said black men “who feel worthless in society because they cannot find meaningful jobs, or any jobs, and have interactions with police that are filled with disrespect… are much more likely to look at the law as illegitimate.”
In echoing the “schools to jail pipeline” narrative heard often by those out to exploit the death of Trayvon Martin, Touré said: “They don’t need fake tough love, they need real love and respect.”
“The question isn’t what black boys need to do to be more respectable for us. It’s about what we can do to help them see more value in being a full part of American society.”
As expected, Touré makes no mention of the absence of fathers in the home brought on by an out-of-wedlock birth rate among African Americans that now stands at 73 percent, which is three times higher than it was prior to the “War on Poverty” launched in the 1960s.
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