Writer David Horowitz has written an article called African-American Lynch Mob. In the article Mr. Horowitz is showing his defeat with the manner African –American civil rights leaders. viz. Reverend Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are motivating a lynch rabble outlook in respects to the decease of Trayvon Martin. Trayvon Martin. who was a 17 twelvemonth old Afro-american male. was shot to decease by George Zimmerman who happens to be Hispanic.
Mr. Horowitz believes that the lynch rabble racialist. Reverend Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are taking the manner for the African-American community to insinuate that George Zimmerman is a racialist without any facts. First I take issue with Mr. Horowitz fallacy naming Reverend Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton racialist. Is it racialist for an single or group to stand up and battle against inequality and unfairnesss? For many decennaries Reverend Jackson and Reverend Sharpton have helped those African americans who could non assist themselves when the odds were stacked against them ; supplying a strong voice for the jurisprudence and lawgivers to listen to. when the voices of the Afro-american citizens were non heard. Making this does non do one a racialist.
As mentioned antecedently. Mr. Horowitz states that Mr. Zimmerman is being labeled a racialist without any facts ; this is a false belief and non precisely true. Recently sound has been discovered that has Mr. Zimmerman’s doing racial slurs. along with eyewitnesses saying that they personally heard him doing racial slurs. The at hand probe will turn out whether Mr. Zimmerman is a racialist or non ; nevertheless even in this early phase. research worker will hold adequate grounds to non govern out the cause of decease by race offense.
Mr. Horowitz belief that the grounds is irrelevant to the so call lynch rabble is baseless. The Afro-american dissenters are merely protesting because they believe there is adequate grounds to justify an apprehension of Mr. Zimmerman. However. alternatively of being arrest Mr. Zimmerman is walking free.
Mr. Horowitz calls the show of racial indignation over this instance a national shame. and I disagree with that statement. The show of racial indignation over this instance is non a national shame ; the fact that African-Americans still have to protest because of unfairness is a national shame.
As I concluded the article it was reasonably apparent that Mr. Horowitz view point was a spot slighted. It seems to me that the positions he has taken are based on his disfavor for Reverend Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton. and their manner of obtaining justness for those who they lead and represent. Mr. Horowitz dislike for both of the clergymans likely goes a long manner back. and because of this. any point that he makes in respects to these two clergymans should be taken with a grain of salt.