Is Climate Change… Racist?


With no Klansman to defend against or whites-only signs to tear down, certain blacks are consumed with searching for racism in a single glance or an innocuous comment or on a magazine cover or under rocks. In this case, they looked for and found racism in the skies. From the report:

African Americans are thirteen percent of the U.S. population and on average emit nearly twenty percent less greenhouse gases than non-Hispanic whites per capita. Though far less responsible for climate change, African Americans are significantly more vulnerable to its effects than non-Hispanic whites. Health, housing, economic well-being, culture, and social stability are harmed from such manifestations of climate change as storms, floods, and climate variability. African Americans are also more vulnerable to higher energy bills, unemployment, recessions caused by global energy price shocks, and a greater economic burden from military operations designed to protect the flow of oil to the U.S.

Pajamas Media/ La Shawn Barber

Posted in Racism, WTF. 4 Comments »

4 Responses to “Is Climate Change… Racist?”

  1. greyrooster Says:

    Ha. ha. ha. Guess we should bring back the Klan. No worry. Obama is working on it.

  2. Dminor Says:

    Not to mention more vulnerable to ridiculous piffle from liberal congressmen with nothing better to rail about.

  3. tizona Says:

    Were it not for the clear headed persons like Rice, Barber and Ochieng ALL delightful persons of the female of the species, I doubt Americans of African ancestry would have ANY leadership, at all.

  4. tizona Says:

    The Bio of Juilette Akinyi Ochieng:

    My name is Juliette Akinyi Ochieng. I’m a veteran of the USAF and the USAFR–retired in October 2003.

    The handle ‘baldilocks’ was given to me by a USAF cohort an old friend and it stems from my hair—or, rather, my lack of same.

    And, yes, I’m of the same tribe as himself. And, no, we’re not Irish.

    The “himself” link on her site, leads one to, Barack Hussein Obama.


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