A few months ago while in New York several of my relatives commented they ge spooked when in downtown Manhattan and see a group of black or Hispanic kids coming down the street or when they get on the subway and see such a crowd. All assured me they were not bigots, just concerned citizens. NPR analyst Juan Williams while appearing on the “O’Reilly Factor” discussed what spooks him. “I’m no bigot. But when I get on the plane, I got to tell you, if I see people who are in Muslim garb, and I think, you know, they are identifying themselves first and foremost as Muslims, I get worried.” In previous TV appearances Mr. Williams has made clear he blames Muslims for the 9/1 attack. He also told O’Reilly of his agreement with coments that “jihad aided and abetted by some Muslim nations is the biggest threat on the planet”
Naturally, Mr. Williams believes he is not a bigot, just a cautious man. Muslim nations are among the biggest threats on the planet, an interesting comment from a man who claims to know about civil rights. Mr. Williams, how about:
1. Global change.
2. A collapsed economy.
3. One fourth of black males in age bracket 18-26 are dead, in jail or on probation. But Williams is worried about Islamic terrorists who have not done a damn thing in America since 2001.