Wednesday, July 15, 2009

The sign of racism?

Seems the black community is outraged again. Then again, when aren't they outraged it seems. Seems that blacks are the most angry and irrational people behind the Islamic Arabs and that gap seems to be narrowing. What has them up in arms this time makes me want to laugh and cry at the same time. The black community is up in arms with their cry of racism and bigotry over a sign. A sign in Houston shows a picture of MLK with a caption that King was a Republican! Seems to African Americans, that's the worse act of race treason.

The billboard ad was posted by a black conservative and the reaction to his ad has been swift and nasty. Seems when it comes to the African American community, at least they're consistent. They've called the man racist names, call him a race traitor, an Uncle Tom, an Aunt Jamima, a sell out, the usual nonsense. Why is it that African Americans are 96% democrats? Why is it that part of being African American is supporting the Democrat party? The ignorance in the history of this party demonstrates that 96% of African Americans aren't only ignorant, but racist as well.

The Civil Rights movement was an ugly chapter in US history. There's no deny it. Breaking the entrenchment of power from one group is never easy or bloodless. Just look at what goes on in banana republics and Islamic countries. It was no different here. However, liberal African Americans are so racist and so filled with hate that they can't see or think straight. Think I'm being too harsh, will I had to put up with a lot of abuse from them when I was teaching and in the neighborhood I live in as I live in a predominately black neighborhood and anger is the emotion of life here. I hear them arguing and shouting at each other every night. Constantly giving me grief and accusing me of "thought" and hate crimes because I won't give them money as if it my responsbily. Especially the women at their men. The statement of one of the opposition to this concept demonstrate this. "To suggest that Martin could identify with a party that affirms preemptive, predatory war, and whose religious partners hint that God affirms war and favors the rich at the expense of the poor, is to revile Martin," said the Rev. Joseph Lowery, the former president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, which the slain civil rights leader helped establish.

Let's take a look at the above statement. All the wars in the 20th century was started by Democrats. Yea, we had the war on terror, but was in the 21st century. I don't know what history book they've read, but World War I was fought by Woodrow Wilson, World War II by their biggest hero who vowed that he would never be photographed with a black man, FDR, Korea was by Truman and Vietnam by Kennedy/Johnson and Korea and Vietnam were preemptive. So what is this pastor smoking because I want some. Religion that partners with God affirming with war. Most liberal African Americans are joining Islam. If that's not a religion (which it isn't, it's a death cult, but historians and political institutions consider it a religion so I will for this discussion) that promotes war, then what do you call it? Aggressive negotiations? So many more African communities are under seize by this evil religion and they all vote democrat. Let's also take a look at the rich and who they vote for. Those that make $250,000 or over (rich by BO's standards) are registered as Democrats over Republican by 2 to 1. It's the middle class that's predominately Republican. Not the rich. So if you're going to spread your racism and class warfare against the above mentioned groups, this pastor should look in the mirror first. I look at his statement and wonder who's really reviling Dr. King.

What's worse, many liberal African Americans are starting to scorn King's message because of their racism. The debate surrounding the ad is the latest skirmish in the ongoing battle over the King legacy. Foes of affirmative action, for example, often cite a line from King's "I Have a Dream" speech in 1963 in which he prayed that his children would not be judged by the color of their skin but by the "content of their character," an adoption that makes black liberals fume. But in the latest fight, civil rights veterans may be surprised to find that some black conservatives agree with them. Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael Steele (R), who is running for the U.S. Senate and is head of the National Republican Committee, denounced the King ad. Why then did he take the RNC position then? Donald E. Scoggins, president of Republicans for Black Empowerment and a former member of the association, said it was a terrible idea. I like to know which is the terrible idea. The ad or judging people by their character? Why do they oppose the idea of spreading King's message that promotes color bindness in our society? Seem to these so called conservative African American it seems to be opposed to both. Is it any wonder that main group in this country obsessed with race (other than the racist whites in the Democratic Party) are the 96% liberal Africans that vote blindly for the Democrats?

Let's look at the history of the party that liberal Blacks are so loyal to. It was the Democrats that started the Klu Klux Clan and protected them while they were doing their policies of terrorism, intimidation, and lynching. To many conservatives these are evil and disgusting traits, yet the Democrats supported them. They have an ex member in their party with Byrd. He now regrets having been a member and the action they did. However, he was a willing participant and is he regretting it because they were defeated in the 60's? Would he say that today if they had won? The Democrats where the ones that were spraying the water hose and siccing dogs during their demonstrations. Does anyone remember why Nixon won the 68 election? It was those images. What was it that started 96% of people that were so badly oppressed to give their blind loyalty to a party with such a history?

As stated in the organization, in 1960, King was arrested for trespassing during a sit-in and held in Georgia's Reidsville prison. Fearing for his son's life, Martin Luther King Sr. appealed to presidential candidate John F. Kennedy to secure his release. When King was freed, his father vowed to deliver 10 million votes to the Democrat, even though Kennedy was only a reluctant supporter of civil rights. That began four decades of black people voting for liberals.

It wasn't Dr. King that started this blind following, it was his father. This lead a group of people, 96% in fact, to blindly follow a party that has a history of hating them and thinking lowly of them. I'm not going to say the Republicans aren't without their problems and history. Especially the last 20 years, but nothing to the level that compares to the Democrat party and the propaganda they spew. Affirmative Action is supported by the party not because they want to level the playing field like the racist blacks think, but because they think they're so stupid and lazy that they couldn't get a job unless employers and institutions were forced to do so by race. Asians have proven that affirmative action isn't no longer necessary in the talent market, but don't tell that to Democratic supporters. In the end, they don't even know the history of their party. They don't understand they support a party that thinks lowly of them and why they give the government help with affirmative action. How the party buys their votes by having them dependent on them with their social spending. They stirred the pot to maintain their power with their class warfare knowing that they will maintain that status quo. Heck, the unemployment of African Americans since BO was elected has gone from 5.4% to a whopping 18.4% (that's more than triple) and that's just in 6 months, but who do they support and love. The sad part they're not the only group they think lowly and keep poor and impoverish, but yet they give the largest following. After all, getting 96% of people to agree on what time to eat lunch is impossible, but not for support to an evil and racist party that demeans, oppress, and impoverishes them. Yet, they call conservatives racists. How sad. I fear Dr. King is turning in his grave today.

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