Saturday, August 18, 2012

Black Heroism: a progressive form of slavery

CCCA: "Video: New Movie Shows How Big Government Is Enslaving Millions Of Americans"

In RUNAWAY SLAVE, an intriguing new documentary that opens in theaters this summer, Rev. C.L. Bryant journeys across America to find answers. A one-time NAACP local chapter president, Rev. Bryant discovers that by buying into the entitlement mindset of “progressives,” the black community has traded one form of tyranny for another.

Using leading black conservatives as “conductors,” Rev. Bryant believes it is time for a new Underground Railroad to help liberate all Americans from the Government plantation that has left the black community dealing with a new form of slavery: entitlements.

“Why are we still thinking we are not free at last? What ideas are keeping us down?” Rev. Bryant asks. “For too long, we have been depending on other people for our success. We have to pursue our happiness; our happiness is not provided to us. If we are relying on someone else for our wellbeing, that in itself is a form of slavery.” (...) >>>

Aug. 18, 2012

Enough to trigger terrible projection -

HNN: "The Racist History of the Democratic Party", by Wayne Perryman

Most people are either a Democrat by design, or a Democrat by deception. That is either they were well aware the racist history of the Democrat Party and still chose to be Democrat, or they were deceived into thinking that the Democratic Party is a party that sincerely cared about Black people.

History reveals that every piece of racist legislation that was ever passed and every racist terrorist attack that was ever inflicted on African Americans, was initiated by the members of the Democratic Party. From the formation of the Democratic Party in 1792 to the Civil Rights movement of 1960's, Congressional records show the Democrat Party passed no specific laws to help Blacks, every law that they introduced into Congress was designed to hurt blacks in 1894 Repeal Act. (...) >>>

Nov. 3, 2010

De-mothballing social Darwinism -

Evolution News: "Darwin's Racism and Darwin's Sacred Cause", Richard Weikart

Pointing out Darwin's anti-slavery sentiments has been a favorite tactic for many years by those wanting to deny Darwin's racism. However, Adrian Desmond and James Moore raised this discussion to an entirely new level by claiming in their 2009 book, Darwin's Sacred Cause, that abolitionism was the driving force behind Darwin embracing biological evolution. This is especially remarkable because Desmond and Moore stated in their earlier biography of Darwin:
"Social Darwinism" is often taken to be something extraneous, an ugly concretion added to the pure Darwinian corpus after the event, tarnishing Darwin's image. But his notebooks make plain that competition, free trade, imperialism, racial extermination, and sexual inequality were written into the equation from the start--"Darwinism" was always intended to explain human society. (xxi)
This is not the place to rehearse all the reasons why abolitionism was not likely as important in shaping Darwin's evolutionary views as Desmond and Moore claim. Many reviewers have already critiqued their thesis, and most historians of science seem unconvinced by it. (...) >>>

Sept. 19, 2010

The other life of Shirley Sherrod -

Counter Punch: "The Other Side of Shirley Sherrod - The Story of Annie Hawkins and New Communities, Inc.", by Ron Wilkins

Imagine farm workers doing back breaking labor in the sweltering sun, sprayed with pesticides and paid less than minimum wage. Imagine the United Farm Workers called in to defend these laborers against such exploitation by management. Now imagine that the farm workers are black children and adults and that the managers are Shirley Sherrod, her husband Rev. Charles Sherrod, and a host of others. But it’s no illusion; this is fact.

The swirling controversy over the racist dismissal of Shirley Sherrod from her USDA post has obscured her profoundly oppositional behavior toward black agricultural workers in the 1970s. What most of Mrs. Sherrod’s supporters are not aware of is the elitist and anti-black-labor role that she and fellow managers of New Communities Inc. (NCI) played. These individuals under-paid, mistreated and fired black laborers–many of them less than 16 years of age–in the same fields of southwest Georgia where their ancestors suffered under chattel slavery. (...) >>>

Aug 8, 2010

A successful case of breathtaking revisionism -

Modern Conservative: "Who's a Racist?", by Burt Prelutsky

One of the great mysteries of life is how Democrats have managed to tar Republicans as America’s racists. I mean, unless I’m entirely mistaken about their party affiliation, FDR’s favorite Supreme Court liberal, Hugo Black, and that grand old man of the U.S. Senate, Democrat Robert Byrd, were proud members of the Ku Klux Klan.

George Wallace, Orval Faubus, Strom Thurmond and even Theophilus “Bull” Connor, all came to political prominence with a (D) after their name. What’s more, a higher percentage of Republicans than Democrats voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The bill, by the way, had spent months bottled up in the Rules Committee, thanks to its chairman, Rep. Howard W. Smith (D). The fact of the matter is that the Democrats spent 83 days filibustering against its passage until Republican Senator Everett Dirksen used his power and prestige to get it enacted. (...) >>>

Jul 11, 2010

If you're no Democrat, you're no brother -

Big Government: "Caught on Tape: Racist NAACP Leader Says ‘Kenneth Gladney Not Black Enough,’ an ‘Uncle Tom’", by Jim Hoft

On May 5th, 2010 The Missouri NAACP hosted a press conference and rally on behalf of Perry Molens and Elston McCowan, demanding the county prosecutor drop assault charges stemming from an attack outside Russ Carnahan’s townhall in South St. Louis County on Health Care last August. Molens and McCowan were arrested after the staged Carnahan event in August after they beat, kicked and stomped on black vendor Kenneth Gladney. The two Russ Carnahan supporters and SEIU members also called Kenneth the n-word as they bashed him into the cement.

This press conference in May was intended to drum up political pressure to prevent the jury trial of the two SEIU staff members arrested for attacking Kenneth Gladney in the presence of three witnesses.
Video of the entire press conference was posted online in eight parts and includes speeches by Harold Crumpton (NAACP national board member and president, St Louis City branch), Mary Ratliff, (NAACP state president, Missouri), progressive blogger Adam Shriver (cited as their legal expert), Elston McCowan, Perry Molens, and emceed by Zaki Abruti, UAPO. Also attending the event were a host of self-defined socialist agitators and a self-proclaimed Huffington Post reporter, Jeanine Molloff.

Here is the unbelievable video of the racist NAACP event. The two men accused of attacking Gladney go on trial this month. Elston McCowan, the man standing next to the speaker, can be seen laughing when the speaker says Gladney is not a brother. (...) >>>

Jul 8, 2010

Book review - "Negrophilia", by Erik Rush -

WND: "Race is on and scorching the airwaves - Emotions enflame as author maintains use of this N-word essential to understanding roots of racial division"

The reality of racial relations in America is clearly in black and white – but not in ways most people realize, says the author of a brand-new book on the subject that's scorching the airwaves, blogosphere and best-selling categories.

Racial confusion, tension and division are the outgrowths of conditions foisted on the country to keep blacks "obedient," whites "silent" and "political control" secure, says Erik Rush.

Released Tuesday by WND Books, Rush's "Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal – America's Racial Obsession" already has claimed No. 1 spots on Amazon categories covering African Americans, Discrimination & Racism, and Interpersonal Relations. (...) >>>

Jun 18, 2010

A racist soccer team for South Africa -

This is unbelievable in its sheer madness! These kind of instances under stress prove how utterly foul and racist these ideas are. We'll paraphrase the story since the autotranslation was next to useless -

The gist: a Dutch Leftist magazine is besides itself, that the national soccer team - selected on the basis of its abilities to participate in the World Championship in South Africa - happens to be entirely white (which is not true, but that's not the point). The following snippet is a taste of the tone of the piece:

DDS: "NV Magazine has become ridiculous"

We don't know whether to laugh of cry (...) The Netherlands will be participating in the championships in the land of apartheid with a team that is not reflecting our colored society. (...) It is however representative of the Zeitgeist that longs for earlier times when everyone was white (a sneer to Geert Wilders). Not just the team, but also the fans will all be white (how ever do they know?!). Ethnic minorities remain apart (awww!), on the bench and at home (...) >>>

Jun 7, 2010

How the 'progressive' movement worked to make blacks second class citizens so that they themselves might rule over them as a group of victims. This shows you the evil of this dialectic of oppressors verses oppressed and group inequality instead of equal individualism, something the founders knew as no other. America's true story of black heroes and Founding Fathers -

FoxNews Glenn Beck's Founders Friday

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June 2, 2010

A wonderful history tool -

Pbs: "The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow"

May 3, 2010

The MSM in a bout of reverse racism with a Tea Party candidate -

Politico: "Tea party touts 'Maryland miracle'"

On a Wednesday evening after classes in College Park, Md., a group of about 20 college Republicans mill about in the Thurgood Marshall Room of the student union, waiting for congressional hopeful Charles Lollar to make an appearance. “It’s more of a support group than a club,” a senior majoring in government says, describing the University of Maryland’s conservative scene.

Lollar, a Marine Corps Reserve major running in the 5th District’s Republican primary, is a mix of conservative candidate (“Everybody can’t go to college. If all of us go to college, who is paying the tuition? If all of us work for government, who is paying the paychecks?”) and motivational speaker (“The only difference between someone very successful and someone not successful is that that person who is successful got up one more time.”). But Lollar has one more unique attribute: He’s an African-American tea partier. (...) >>>

Apr 17, 2010


Taking it to farce -

WND: "Harry Reid's Negro problem", by Ann Coulter

The recently released book "Game Change" reports that Sen. Harry Reid said America would vote for Barack Obama because he was a "light-skinned" African-American "with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one." The book also says Bill Clinton called Sen. Ted Kennedy to ask for his endorsement of Hillary over Obama, saying of Obama: "A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee." And we already knew that Obama's own vice president, Joe Biden, called Obama "articulate" and "clean" during the campaign. (So you can see why Biden got the vice presidential nod over Reid.)

Democrats regularly say things that would end the career of any conservative who said them. And still, blacks give 90 percent of their votes to the Democrats. Reid apologized to President Obama, and Obama accepted the apology using his "white voice." So now all is forgiven. Clinton also called Obama to apologize, but ended up asking him to bring everybody some coffee. Now the only people waiting for an apology are the American people who want an apology from Nevada for giving us Harry Reid. (...) >>>

Jan. 14, 2010

The Lighthouse: "Racist!"

Democrats' shrieks of "racist!" this week reached psychotic levels. Let's not sum up who made up the chorus, but former antisemetic President Jimmy Carter was the temporary apotheosis. Charges of racism have very little to do with reality and serve the purpose of what in another era was 'fascist'. It's a stopper and a slightly more grown-up version of a temper tantrum. The big winner in this offensive is, yes ... racism. (...) >>>

Sept. 30, 20009

The pomo belief in original sin:

Pajamas TV/The Hicks File: "Another Slavery Apology? Give It A Rest"

Aug. 9, 2009

Reason: "Classical Liberalism and the Fight for Equal Rights - Remembering the forgotten libertarian legacy of American anti-racism", by Damon W. Root

(...) Progressives and leftists, the conventional narrative goes, fought the good fight while conservatives and libertarians either sat it out or sided with the bad guys. But there's a problem with this simplistic view: It completely ignores the fact that classical liberalism—which centers on individual rights, economic liberty, and limited government—played an indispensable role in the fight for equal rights.

Indeed, from the great abolitionist Frederick Douglass, who championed the natural rights philosophy of the Declaration of Independence and declared "give the negro fair play and let him alone," to the conservative newspaper magnate R.C. Hoiles (publisher of what is now the Orange County Register), who denounced liberal President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's wartime internment of Japanese Americans while most New Dealers (and liberal Supreme Court justices) remained silent, classical liberals have long opposed racism and collectivism in all of its vile forms. This important yet sadly-neglected history is the subject of Race & Liberty in America(University Press of Kentucky), a superb new anthology (...) >>>

July 8, 2009

Firebase for Freedom: "Are liberal Democrats the real racists?", by Ellis Washington

Rep. Alcee Hastings, a liberal Democrat representing Florida's 23rd Congressional District, is a perfect example of the pathetic leadership that has poorly served black America over the past 40 years. His brand of racist liberalism has given this pol a lucrative and influential career where he has perfected the art of exploiting social, racial, gender, economic, religious and political differences for his own Machiavellian ends. (...) Black people quite understandably felt betrayed and became increasingly enraged as the civil rights movement became separated from the existential needs of black people.

Concurrent with the rise of the civil rights movement, the 1960s witnessed the increasing radicalism of the Democrat Party and its desire to obtain votes and power by balkanizing the American public – treating people not as individuals but as groups – blacks, Jews, Hispanics, women, gays, union workers, midgets, etc., that could be pitted against each other. (...) Concurrent with the rise of blacks in political office, Democrats systematically began exploiting peoples' gender, race, anti-religion, disability or sexual preference, and through liberal activist judges on the courts, began elevating these natural differences or "choices" as protected constitutional rights. The late 1960s witnessed the opening of Pandora's Box as the storied Democratic Party of Wilson, FDR and JFK devolved into a political party resembling George Orwell's "Animal Farm" – where every misfit, pervert, criminal, crazy person and bum in society now had a political voice. (...) >>>
Mar 5, 2009 - Digg It

Human Events: "Why Martin Luther King was Republican", by Frances Rice

It should come as no surprise that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a Republican. In that era, almost all black Americans were Republicans. Why? From its founding in 1854 as the anti-slavery party until today, the Republican Party has championed freedom and civil rights for blacks. And as one pundit so succinctly stated, the Democrat Party is as it always has been, the party of the four S's: slavery, secession, segregation and now socialism.

It was the Democrats who fought to keep blacks in slavery and passed the discriminatory Black Codes and Jim Crow laws. The Democrats started the Ku Klux Klan to lynch and terrorize blacks. The Democrats fought to prevent the passage of every civil rights law beginning with the civil rights laws of the 1860s, and continuing with the civil rights laws of the 1950s and 1960s. (...) >>>

Feb 1, 2009

If the government is to make a serious effort to define racial classes by criteria that can be administered objectively, it must study precedents such as the First Regulation to the Reich's Citizenship Law of Nov. 14, 1935, translated in Volume 4 of "Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression." --Retiring Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens

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