Everybody wants to be a victim and then, because they feel like a victim, they act as if that makes them entitled to do anything they want. For example:
Robert Lee Noye, 52, was arrested for allegedly kidnapping a woman and forcing her to watch the landmark 1977 miniseries “Roots,” the Cedar Rapids Gazette reports.
Noye is accused of abducting an unnamed woman of unspecified race, then holding her captive at a residence in the 700 block of Second Avenue SW, where she was forced to watch the nine-hour ABC miniseries “so she could better understand her racism,” according to a criminal complaint.
When his captive tried to move, Noye ordered her to “remain seated and watch the movie with him or he would kill her and spread her body parts across Interstate 380 on the way to Chicago,” per the complaint.
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I’ve seen multiple people CLAIM that the kidnap victim is a white woman that he’s dating, although I haven’t seen a source for that anywhere in the mainstream media and it wouldn’t make any difference if it were true.
In any case, this brings up a point that a lot more people should be making. We obsess over slavery as a society. It comes up all the time. You hear people say, “The United States wealth was built by slaves” which is completely untrue, the New York Times has been pushing the 1619 project which distorts history on the subject, it goes on and on.
Yet, slavery ended in 1865. So you know what Robert Noye ACTUALLY has in common with a slave from 1865? Damn near nothing. If anything he is more like a slavemaster while the white woman he threatened has more in common with a slave than he does. After all, she was held against her will and threatened with violence and he was the one doing it.
At the end of the day, if you are white, black, male, female, straight, gay, transsexual, conservative, liberal or Libertarian in the United States, you are not a victim and thinking like one will change you for the worse as a human.