No Mob Mentality In Houston

Mass Mentality did not Occur in Houston


When there was a memorial in Houston for white County Sherriff’s Deputy Darren Goforth, who was shot by a black killer, Shannon J. Miles, there were no Ferguson like riots or Baltimore angry killings.  It was peaceful. The white people did not kill blacks. They prayed.  


The gentle people prayed together for the dead officer and his family.  They did not burn down the buildings of innocent store owners.  They did not hit an old man over the head with his oxygen tank like they did in Ferguson.


Blacks need to be protected from their own rabble rousers.  They need to be more loving like the blacks at church in Charlottesville. They must stop being roused by Obama’s subtle barbs.


Morons might consider me bigoted for criticizing blacks for their sometimes  mob mentality against their own people and others.  But if someone doesn’t point out that black mob behavior is a danger to America then we will degrade into an Neanderthal society.


Whites have individual lives and honor their differences.  Under Obama’s failed leadership blacks identify with other blacks.  They consider each other “bros.”  They have a mob mentality. They are tied at the emotional hipbone. They are ribs taken from the President.


Obama doesn’t tell blacks to riot but his tempered criticism of bad black behavior only encourages it.

He is too tricky to openly encourage rioting.  Nevertheless, his attitude promotes it. His tempered muteness on its horrors develops it.


I have no “bros” except my  real brother whom I love.  I don’t identify with every thug in the street.  I am white.  That is not an excuse; it is a distinction, an identification with a race which is not negatively influenced by Obama.

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David Lawrence

David Lawrence

David Lawrence has a Ph.D. in literature. He has published over 200 blogs, 600 poems, a memoir “The King of White-Collar Boxing,” several books of poems, including “Lane Changes.” Both can be purchased on He was a professional boxer and a CEO. Last year he was listed in New York Magazine as the 41st reason to love New York.

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