It's never easy to be a truth-teller, but as a white man I feel it necessary to say what many in this country are thinking: It's time to start deporting certain white men.
Not all of them, of course. Some are quite good. But people like Rep. Steve King of Iowa have got to go — for the good of our culture, our demographics and our civilization. -- Chicago Tribune columnist Rex. W. Huppke.
It's never easy to be a truth-teller, but as a white man married to a white woman I feel it necessary to say what many in this country think: It's time to start jailing certain white women.
I reached that conclusion this morning after reading that Bernadine Dohrn ex-con and former leader of a
violent revolutionary outfit mouthed off about how Cook County Jail should be "bulldozed" and replaced with a park.
Not all white women should be jailed, of course. There are some good ones.
But Dohrn moved to the head of the line when, as reported by Kim Janssen in Chicago Inc., she said,
"I'd like to try to imagine that...Cook County Jail be redesigned as a park and as housing for people who live in that part of the West Side of Chicago and (for there to be) tributes to all of the people who had serve time there, she said in a speech in Jackson Park on Monday morning at an event to honor the memory of lawyer Clarence Darrow.
Calling for "a city, a world without jails, without life sentences and without the caging of children," Dohrn said the use of cash bail at the nation's second largest jail was "an abomination" that means 9,000 predominantly African-American and Latino inmates must stay locked up before they stand trial simply for want of money....
She allowed that there might be "two or three" seriously dangerous inmates among those in the County Jail awaiting trial but said that "there are not 9,000" dangerous inmates.
"Other cities, other countries just don't do this. We don't have all the dangerous people in the world right here in the United States, although sometimes it seems like that."
Never mind that technically speaking Cook County Jail is more Near Southwest Side than West Side, but you know how some women aren't very good with directions. And that Clarence Darrow was a commie.
[She] is is a former leader of the Weather Underground, a revolutionary group responsible for the bombing of the United States Capitol, the Pentagon, and several police stations in New York, as well as the accidental Greenwich Village townhouse explosion that killed three members of the Underground.As a member of the Weather Underground, Dohrn helped to create a "Declaration of a State of War" against the United States government, and was placed on the FBI's 10 Most Wanted list, where she remained for three years. From 1991 to 2013 she was a Clinical Associate Professor of Law at the Children and Family Justice Center at Northwestern University School of Law. She is married to Bill Ayers, a co-founder of the Weather Underground, who was formerly a tenured professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
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