In my previous post I alerted you, my readers, to an incident that happened which could have impacted the Baby K'tan company severely, but thanks to intelligent people, has had a positive effect instead, by bringing thousands of people to its website, viewing the company information and its products, and writing wonderful praises of its quality products and outstanding customer service.
The incident, a lie about the company being "racist" was spread through social media, specifically Twitter, apparently by people with brains of only 140 character thoughts. I stated in my last post that the allegation smacked of paranoia and projection by the self-conscious who read meanings into a photo, meanings which aren't there, very reminiscent of the Salem Witch Trials of the late 1600s (thank G-d nobody's been hanged.). In fact, it is so similar in its means and speed of communication band-wagon-jumping that I must quote from Wikipedia:
The episode is one of the nation's most notorious cases of mass hysteria, and has been used in political rhetoric and popular literature as a vivid cautionary tale about the dangers of isolationism, religious extremism, false accusations and lapses in due process
Last night I came across a blog called MommyNoire in which they post beautifully about this allegation as poppycock. After you click on the link and read the article, watch the video below. In it, a Black man with the courage to tell it like it is speaks to the Black commentary via a vlog called TheAdviseShowTV. He reiterates exactly what I wrote in my previous post: African Americans are the only ones who can change their society. It's their responsibility to educate themselves and raise their children to value family and fatherhood. This has nothing whatsoever to do with a photo on a box.