De Blasio, New York’s Slave Master

De Blasio hurts the minorities. Perhaps, he secretly hates them.  On the bottom rung he ends Stop and Frisk so that criminals can keep their weapons and shoot innocent people in the ghetto.  On the top rung he eliminates charter schools, the schools that give minorities a hope and a chance.

De Blasio denies his responsibility to attend the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Manhattan to favor the minority of gays in Brooklyn.  We live in democratic country where the majority rules and he supports the freakish minority.   He muddies the values of America.  He is a clod.

De Blasio hurts minorities.  He identifies with them and pretends he likes them.  But his actions, his deeds, show that he wants to hurt minorities.  He ideologically hates slave masters but he wants to master his fawning voters who he rules over like slaves.

De Blasio hates both street ethnics and upwardly mobile ethnics.  His rationale for ending Stop and Frisk—well, it might hurt a murderer’s or rapist’s feelings to frisk him.

He hurts the upwardly mobile blacks by trying to take away their charter schools so the former hopeful students remain in a morass of ignorance and hopeless lack of education.

He further marries a black lesbian so that she can’t enjoy the pleasures of her own same sex indulgence.  He forces her, God forbid, to sleep with a man.

De Blassio has returned us to the old south.  He pretends that he is a great liberal in the sky but he is an imitation slave master, hurting the blacks wherever he can and taking away all hope by pretending that he is their protector when he is the man with the whip.                

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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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