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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

The Haters


In his very own no-nonsense style, Fred Reed provided his perspective about the race baiters of our country: men and women who do not hesitate to accuse white Americans of the worst forms of racism, but who remain eerily silent when blacks are the perpetrators against other black citizens.
Mr. Reed is a white man, so we might assume he is a white supremacist, or possibly doesn’t know what he’s talking about. On the other hand, Mr. Reed isn’t the only fellow who is growing tired of the racist nonsense promulgated by, well —black racists. If you haven’t already viewed the short video at Geeez, now would be a good opportunity; you can see it here.
We know who the racists are. They include professional hate-mongers who fall over themselves getting to the scene of a white on black incident, wrestle one-another to the ground fighting over who gets to the microphone first. We’re talking serious money here … these are men who stand to increase their net worth by a factor of ten. Isn’t that what the Rainbow Coalition and Trinity Church is all about —making money and enslaving blacks to anger, the myth of white oppression, and obligating poor people to the good graces of socialist programs?
It is time we sent a clear signal to the race baiters: America doesn’t mind it if you express an opinion —no matter how distorted it is. Just let’s stop pretending that it has anything to do with truth, justice, or the American way. Rev. Jesse Jackson, Rev. Al Sharpton, Rev. Jeremiah “God Damn America” Wright, Rev. Louis Farrakhan, Lawyer Eric Holder, and Professor Barack Obama share the same agenda: racial or ethnic division.
This is not a new strategy, nor even a very bright idea —but it is intended to return our country to a time when skin color divided our country. The race baiters, fear mongers, and communists of color intend to retard our country’s growth because it puts large sums of money into their collective pockets. The president’s silence, and that of his attorney general, encourages thugs who call themselves black panthers to strike out against innocent citizens in the streets. This is not good leadership, and it is not behavior we associate with good men who care about their country.

43 comments:

  1. a thoughtful piece, sam. i appreciate your wise insight on these issues. the one small item i disagree with is the clear signal we ought to send. i mind very much about the race-baiters expressing their opinions, especially in tacit agreement with media and public officials. as you state, the intention is to "retard our country's growth." and i believe that, so when we challenge them, we must be on the same page with our challenge. excellent post! and thank you for introducing me to fred reed!

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  2. Another eerie silence occurs when blacks attack whites while screaming racial epitaphs. Never do you see the Sharptons and Jacksons racing to the mic to decry that sort of behavior. And it couldn't possibly be prosecuted as a 'hate crime' as the perps are minorities.

    The whole thing reminds me of the myth of the moderate Muslim.

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  3. The so-called post-racial-America President (Remember the Inauguration Speech of 2009?) has turned out to be a divider along racial lines.

    See this recent poll at The Daily Beast. For what it's worth.

    Brief excerpt:

    ...Nearly four years after the election of the nation’s first African-American president, majorities of both whites and African Americans surveyed say that race relations in the country have either stayed the same or gotten worse....

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  4. Sam,
    An excellent first post here at Always On Watch!

    This topic about which you've posted has been driving me to distraction. Can America never resolve the issue of race relations?

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  5. What I suggest you all do is think about the number of people (very often minorities) who have been added to the permanent underclass.

    As we allow social mobility in America to be destroyed by Kapital the culture will inevitably become more violent.

    Of course the post was in response to the Treyvon Martin case which has caused American cracker culture to jump through hoops justifying gunning down a kid because he was wearing a hoodie. I didn't check to see if AOW still has the fake photos up but it was part of the blitz.

    It is unfortunate that the case was made racial when it was really a gun issue. Not fair that gun loons can't use their piece whenever they get a little frightened.

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  6. Once again, Ducky shows his inherent racism.

    "American cracker culture"? Would he freak out if one of us typed *gasp* nigger?

    I think we all know the answer to that one.

    As for the 'very often' class of minorities who have been added to some sort of mythological 'permanent underclass', WHO put them there?

    When a Republican appoints a black man to a prominent position, leftists cry that he's only doing it to garner votes or sympathy from minorities, and the black man that excelled throughout his whole life and EARNED the position is just an Uncle Tom, anyway. We saw this example with the last president.

    Yet race-baiters like Sharpton and Jackson want to keep minorities poor, ignorant and glomming onto their hate. How else would they make a very cozy living? As Booker T. Washington said:

    "There is a class of colored people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs. There is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don't want the patient to get well."

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  7. Thank you Ducky.

    Not the socialist use of language, everyone:

    What I suggest you all do is think about the number of people (very often minorities) who have been added to the permanent underclass.

    So, does some secretive White Council herd dark-skinned minorities into this permanent underclass?

    If so, they're doing a very poor job, since about 70% are jumping the fence.

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  8. If there is a “permanent underclass” in this country, then it is self-imposed. Most of us already understand what a failure education is, but in spite of that, a high school diploma will help to open doors to meaningful employment. When young people (regardless of race or ethnicity) reject education (which half do), they choose to become part of the so-called underclass.

    This is fine. I want people of all colors and ethnicities to have a choice in America. This was the promise of our forefathers. I just think they should stop whining about the poor choices they made.

    Capitalism hasn’t destroyed upward mobility in America; socialist programs have. Why should anyone care about getting a job and working themselves (over many years) into a comfortable financial position if Uncle Sugar will dispense free benefits? Where is the incentive to find meaningful employment? If anything, socialism is devastating the fabric of a free and prosperous America. The effect of socialist policy throughout every western society, as with over-exposure to radiation, is killing us from the inside out. The “poor and disaffected” don’t realize this, however. All they know is that it’s whitey’s fault: this is what Rev. Jackson has been stuffing down their throats since they became an adolescent drug mule in Southside Chicago.

    I think if Ducky was an honest person, he would dispense with his sophomoric anti-capital rubbish and engage us with thoughtful dialogue. That he never does this clarifies Ducky’s true nature. And he proves how correct Dr. Washington was. Ducky, along with the tens of millions of his progressive look-alikes do not want the patient to get well. How revealing!

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  9. Thank you, Namaste. All I meant to suggest is that everyone has an opinion and in America, citizens are free to express it. If we were to restrict the haters from expressing an opinion, particularly when we disagree with them, then we’d be living in an un-American society. I don’t often agree with Ducky, but I support the concept that he is free to demonstrate his idiocy in a public forum.

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  10. Brooke, we know who Jackson et.al, are and what motivates them. I don’t expect these people to speak out against black racism. Racism is their bread and butter. What confounds me (and the underlying proof of their racist agenda) is that the haters do not speak out against black-on-black crime. Remaining silent, they become enablers of black-on-black violence. I think the black community has no greater enemy than the criminal element that festers within the black community. They are far more exploitive than progressives because they are far more dangerous.

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  11. @@AOW … thank you.

    I don’t think it is possible to achieve a “race neutral” society, nor should we even try. Black Americans have made important contributions to this country; they have every right to feel a sense of pride for those accomplishments: science, technology, politics, business, education.

    We can do better in this country. We can follow Dr. King’s advice and judge others according to the content of their character. This would exclude the racists, wouldn’t it? They are devoid of character.

    But a realist understands that racism is a common trait among all human beings and anyone who has ever spent any time in Asia can attest to that. We simply need to work harder to overcome these irrational aspects of human nature.

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  12. @Duck

    Of course the post was in response to the Treyvon Martin case which has caused American cracker culture to jump through hoops justifying gunning down a kid because he was wearing a hoodie.

    Actually, it was about a larger issue, but your inability or unwillingness to understand does not surprise me. Your comment is simple minded, but you are at least consistent. I think Brooke correctly identifies you as a racist, but I also think your racism is but the tip of your psychological issues.

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  13. @Silverfiddle

    Why do you consistently introduce intelligent premises to the progressive left? You should realize by now that it is a complete waste of time. Don’t expect to appear on the cover of Time Magazine if you persist in doing this. You have been warned.

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  14. @Mustang

    Capitalism hasn’t destroyed upward mobility in America; socialist programs have.

    Yes! By creating entitlement culture, socialists enslave our citizens to government programs. Entitlement programs reinforce sloth. Notice, however, that the haters and politicians of both parties prefer dealing with uneducated people, especially people who accept simplistic mantra. Such people are easier to control. I think this is Mao 101.

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  15. @ Woodsterman

    Yes … but he is but one of far too many, don’t you think?

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  16. Welcome to AOW, nice first post. I can't argue with one word.

    Debbie
    Right Truth
    http://www.righttruth.typepad.com

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  17. This is not intended to be good leadership. But it is being done for a purpose. When the race riots start will that be positive or negative for Obama's chances in November. So, if it's negative, what is his real motivation?

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  18. Duck,
    I didn't check to see if AOW still has the fake photos up...

    I have one photo of Trayvon Martin on this web site in a post entitled "Trayvon Martin?" Note the post's question mark, which is intentional.

    To my knowledge, the photo that I posted has not been declared a fake photo. You never responded to my query at that thread -- my query as to that particular photo.

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  19. Yes sir Brooke, Southern culture at its best. All mint juleps and magnolia blossoms.
    -----

    "A Miami-Dade fire captain is under investigation after he asserted that the death of an unarmed Florida teen was the fault of “failed, shitbag, ignorant, pathetic, welfare dependent excuses for parents.”

    “Listening to Prosecutor Corey blow herself and her staff for five minutes before pre-passing judgment on George Zimmerman. The state seeks reelection again, truth aside. I and my coworkers could rewrite the book on whether our urban youths are victims of racist profiling or products of their failed, shitbag, ignorant, pathetic, welfare dependent excuses for parents, but like Mrs. Corey, we speak only the truth. They’re just misunderstood little church going angels and the ghetto hoodie look doesn’t have anything to do with why people wonder if they’re about to get jacked by a thug.”

    Beckmann later deleted the post and defended himself, writing, “I am a private citizen and have the same right to freely express an opinion on any subject that anyone else does. I choose not to embellish or alter the facts as your employer chose to do.”


    No bigots down there in Florida. The leftist media is making all this up.

    By the way Brooke, my disdain for southerners is bigotry not racism.

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  20. Sam,
    I don’t think it is possible to achieve a “race neutral” society, nor should we even try.

    I didn't mean to imply race neutrality when I asked Can America never resolve the issue of race relations?

    It seems to me that when we look at one another, we DO see race. At least, I DO. When I meet someone, I see the following traits in the following order: (1) gender, (2) age, (3) race, (4) hair color, and (5) height. I don't like or dislike anyone based on any of those traits.

    It seems to me that it is part of the human condition that we do notice "the other." Hating the other because a person happens to belong to "the other" -- well, that's something else entirely. On the other hand, one cannot actually be forced to embrace "the other."

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  21. Duck said:

    my disdain for southerners is bigotry not racism

    Yet another example of hating "the other" because "the other" exists. Sheesh.

    How many "the others" can human beings so label?

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  22. Sam! So happy to see you back!

    And while on the subject, has anyone even broached the subject of the Black woman, who is a registered nurse, who shot and killed the mother of a 3-day-old baby yesterday afternoon?

    I would love to hear Sharpton or any of ilk speak against this horrid act of violence.

    Where is the outcry for this poor mother?

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  23. Classic 'pot calling the kettle black' on the part of the loony right.

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  24. "Capitalism hasn’t destroyed upward mobility in America; socialist programs have." Well said, Mustang.

    Having said that, Sam, I'm sulking because I was going to ask you to contribute to geeeZ once in a while..only yesterday! But I am so so glad you're with AOW. You'll make a fantastic team.

    As for the race issue, it'll never be resolved with Sharpton and Jackson in 'charge'....Just when our Black Americans are getting along just fine, the black puppet masters come along and pull the strings and remind them they have to vote Democrat because nobody else cares. It's absolutely stupid but true.

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  25. sam, you are absolutely right of course. i'm not suggesting any of us limit free speech. i just think it's time to hold media and our elected officials responsible for their biased and irresponsible actions of delving into the fray. thanks for your response!

    aow, i've always enjoyed your blog and the lively discussions! keep up the good fight, my friend. :)

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  26. Fine, Ducky.

    You're a self-admitted bigot, and yes, a racist, and would you like to show us your misogyny again? I can't wait until AOW or Sam does a post that lets you humiliate yourself in that fashion yet another time.

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  27. The Black Panthers are a klan with a different skin color, nothing more.

    The situation with these racists is that white racist are banished to the fringes of society (which I wholeheartedly support) and are not present in the media or in public policy. In contrast, black racists have a lot of power and are mainstream.


    Brooke said: "You're a self-admitted bigot, and yes, a racist..."

    Well, this is true. During a discussion on Reagan, Ducky professed a belief that all blacks are welfare bums. And he has used explicitly racist insults to bash black politician Alan West. That's just on blacks. Ducky's views on Jews seem to be cribbed from Germans in the 1930s and 1940s.

    He ia also a kind of Marxist, with a Marxist's rabid fear and contempt over people earning what they work for and doing what they want with their rightfully earned property and money ("Kapital").

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  28. Love watching the right try to twist and spin their way out of the obvious fact they are the party of racists.

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  29. @ Dmarks:

    Ah, yes! I forgot to mention Ducky's anti-Semitism! I hadn't had my Wheaties yet. ;)

    Now, let's not get him started on art and the "ethereal" qualities of garbage like "piss christ."

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  30. I did not read this post (or the one at Z's place) before I posted my entry this morning. In fact, I haven't read Z's piece yet.

    But the post I wrote this morning dovetails nicely with this one, if I may be so bold as to say so myself.

    My point is, Obama, if re-elected, may become the catalyst of an impending race war.

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  31. Liberalmann: "Love watching the right try to twist and spin their way out of the obvious fact they are the party of racists."

    Only one party, the Democrats, strongly supports racial discrimination. So it is in fact the left that has the party of racists, ot the right.

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  32. Brooke said: "Now, let's not get him started on art and the "ethereal" qualities of garbage like "piss christ."


    I'm all for freedom of artistic expression. But having official government-approved art is repugnant and a gross interference in a free society.

    "Piss Christ" exists because of a massive financial handout from our ruling elites.

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  33. Liberalmann: here is an example of the racism that is mainstream with the Democrats, and simply not present with Republicans.

    The New Haven case where they tried to fire competeant white people just for being white, and replace them with black people who were failures and unqualified to be firefighters. Very blatantly racist. The Dems side with the racists and the Republicans side with equal opportunity.

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  34. Lol, yeah, you all have a clue:

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=video&cd=2&ved=0CEYQtwIwAQ&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DgSQq9cSIz3w&ei=PZeQT4jWEpL46QG569zEBA&usg=AFQjCNFDagiHwa4jbWYXFUlX2zTiLFiYQw&sig2=a-fGhhRRJ3P5TjaU-2xENA

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  35. And just today:

    "This is just about waving a tar baby in the air and saying that something else is a problem," Michelle Bachmann said in an interview Wednesday with The Shark Tank.

    Get a clue, haters.

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  37. Nicely said Sam.

    One of the things that needs to be done as well is for all the people listening to these haters to take a good look in the mirror and wake up to themselves.

    When the people on the ground start switching off, turning away and walking out, the racists will disappear back into their holes.

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  38. A Pict Song

    Rome never looks where she treads.
    Always her heavy hooves fall,
    On our stomachs, our hearts or our heads;
    And Rome never heeds when we bawl.
    Her sentries pass on—that is all,
    And we gather behind them in hordes,
    And plot to reconquer the Wall,
    With only our tongues for our swords.

    We are the Little Folk—we!
    Too little to love or to hate.
    Leave us alone and you’ll see
    How we can drag down the State!
    We are the worm in the wood!
    We are the rot at the root!
    We are the taint in the blood!
    We are the thorn in the foot!


    Mistletoe killing an oak—
    Rats gnawing cables in two—
    Moths making holes in a cloak—
    How they must love what they do!
    Yes—and we Little Folk too,
    We are busy as they—
    Working our works out of view—
    Watch, and you’ll see it some day!

    No indeed! We are not strong,
    But we know Peoples that are.
    Yes, and we’ll guide them along,
    To smash and destroy you in War!
    We shall be slaves just the same?
    Yes, we have always been slaves,
    But you—you will die of the shame,
    And then we shall dance on your graves!

    We are the Little Folk—we!
    Too little to love or to hate.
    Leave us alone and you’ll see
    How we can drag down the State!
    We are the worm in the wood!
    We are the rot at the root!
    We are the taint in the blood!
    We are the thorn in the foot!


    ~ Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936)

    Presented by FreeThinke

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  39. Free Thinke reminded me of something

    "He thrusts his hand against the post and still he insists he sees the ghost"

    You speak of capitalism as the foe which is laughable for you also has disdain for AMERICA. Why? Because we use too much and we have too much. Aside from the time of Adam and Eve, no country has enjoyed the bounty we enjoy. In most countries our sheds would serve as housing for a family of 4. I try to refrain from direct insults as this is generally the hallmark of liberals/democrats/communists but you are ignorant of the world around you. The poor in our country are better off than most of the middle class in the rest of the world.

    Capitalism has its faults and a well organized government like the one found in the pages of the Us Constitution can curb those excesses but it is up to us to curb the excess of a corrupt and disorganized government.

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  40. Daily, I see young black men and women who refuse to accept an education. I am convinced the government school system is a mostly a failure but it is an education of sorts. To see a people turn down an education when their ancestors braved people like Robert Byrd (Democrat and KKK member), dogs, and hoses so they would have a chance is heartbreaking. If that makes me a racist then I am a racist for a weep for a people that cheapens the sacrifices made for them.

    Half the time, I see MLK posters in their homes.

    The sad thing is if I told them that we should judge people by the content of their character and not the color of their skin....they would probably think I was racist for even saying such a thing

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  41. @ Liberalmann:

    You really are pathetic. If you represent America's future, this country is done.

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