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White owned home next to parents of Spike Lee hit with racially charged vandalism referencing one of his movies


Recently black movie director Spike Lee called for segregated neighborhoods in a racially charged rant. He lashed out at white people who move into black neighborhoods in NYC.

It was the same kind of rhetoric that Al Sharpton used in the early 90s against Jews. Sharpton agitation was followed by the Crown Heights riots of 1991 and a horrific arson/spree killing at Freddy’s Fashion Mart in Harlem in 1995.

Now someone vandalized a white home with Spike Lee inspired graffiti. “Do The Right Thing,” the title of a racially charged Spike Lee movie, was spray-painted on the home twice. The victim lives next door to Spike Lee’s parents. The local movie is trying to downplay the racial nature of the vandalism by suggesting the vandal meant to target Spike Lee’s parents house. This scenario floated by the media doesn’t make any sense. The graffiti only makes sense if it targets a white homeowner.

NYC has been seeing racially motivated mob attacks on by young blacks on a regular basis. Many young blacks will view Spike Lee’s anti-white rant as a green light from the black leadership to commit more hate crimes against white people.

 

Trailer for Spike Lee’s 1989 movie Do The Right Thing.