Monday, July 19, 2010

Racism Within The NAACP

No evidence of Tea Party Racism has surfaced yet, despite the $100,000 reward offered for anyone who can provide any. But it's a good thing that there isn't a similar offer to find evidence of the NAACP's racist membership.

Many within the NAACP are also in positions of authority and can use those racist attitudes they harbor, as a reason to discriminate against whites.

Here is one such example found by Breitbart.

Enter into the record, Exhibit A:




I expect more video like this to surface as time goes on. This is more widespread than many would have us think.

This is even more evidence that people who live in glass houses should never throw stones.


22 comments:

Mary Ellen/Nunly said...

LA- I'm writing this comment first because the next comment I am putting up has a lot of links to videos. Sometimes that will cause it to go to spam hell. Just thought I'd give a heads up just in case.

If you think the next comment is too long, feel free to delete it. It does go to this issue of race baiting by the NAACP.

Mary Ellen/Nunly said...

Recently, Think Progress put up this video to "prove" that the Tea Party is full of racist.

Watch this...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRJ2UmyHhxI

But what they didn't show is what happened before they edited the hell out of it. Now watch the clips before Think Progress manufactured their "proof".

The unedited film of the guy who said Obama was "too black to be President"...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiXOF8wBWsA

And then the unedited film of the guy who said "I'm a proud racist"...yup, he's a racist alright, just not one that belongs to the Tea Party. Watch this...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYfmShJe5MA

The guy who is edited only to say, "We can't kill Obama" actually said it in this context:

MAX: Who do you think is more dangerous Al Quaeda or OBama?

MAN: Obama.

MAX: Obama's more dangerous than Osama?

MAN: Absolutely.

MAX: Why?

MAN: He's trying to change the country from within. We can fight Al Quaeda, we can't kill Obama.

The guy wearing the t-shirt that says, "Yup, I'm a Racist" explains his t-shirt and what it means. The guy interviewing him doesn't want to accept it and keeps trying to race bait him...it didn't work, so Think Progress just showed the front part of the shirt on him. Here's the video of the guy describing the shirt and what it means....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjkUZCLvC3Q

For those who can't view the video, the back of the shirt says this:

On the Back: if the Government Says so Because...

I support the Constitution
I support Free Speech
I support the Right to Bear Arms
I support the Bill of Rights
I support Capitalism
I support NO Government Bailouts
I support closing the border
I support the Military
I support the Tea Party
I support Jesus Christ as My Savior.

I may have missed a few more, but every single one of those things on the Think Progress video is edited to make people look guilty of racism. There are also signs that are in that video that have been proven to come from infiltrators of the progressive lefts.

LASunsett said...

Mary Ellen,

I will not delete them.... I will look at everyone of of the links when I get a chance. Thanks for taking the time to share them.

Leslie said...

I wish I could say I am surprised, but I am not. She also looked so proud of herself for discriminating against a white farmer who we are supposed to take her word for it that he was trying to look superior over her...

Absolute power corrupts absolutely but a racist is always a racist.

Chuck said...

I would say she should face criminal charges but who is going to investigate it, Eric Holder?

If the media ever wakes up and runs this, the left would actually be in deep doo-doo

Mary Ellen/Nunly said...

Looks like Ms.Sherrod has been canned...well, they say she resigned. Good riddance. I just hope they really canned her and they didn't just stick her in some other government job where she'll get full pay and benefits.

(And thanks, LA for putting that comment through.)

LASunsett said...

M.E.

I watched them. I am not the least bit surprised. When people cannot win an argument on the merits, they very often resort to low tactics like this. Thanks again for posting these, I may work them into a future post.

LASunsett said...

Leslie,

I thought the same thing. How can we believe that the story she is telling is even true?

LASunsett said...

Chuck,

You are correct. Holder will not prosecute it. He is more interested in reviewing cases where white cops beat up a black kid who attacked the cops.

LASunsett said...

M.E.

Good point. I am glad she is gone but can only hope she wasn't reassigned to another government job buried somewhere, where we will not notice, being paid by the taxpayer.

Always On Watch said...

Sherrod has resigned. Never let it be said that we in the blogosphere can't make a difference. Heh.

Greg said...

Great post, Mary Ellen. I do think the wording on the t-shirt is, well, kind of stupid, but I get their point.

As to the NAACP speech, I'm going to be forwarding that to a guy who honestly believes black people can't be racist. Heh.

As the Tea Party, I respectfully disagree that there is 'no evidence' of Tea Party racism. There is some evidence, such as signs at rallies depicting the Prez as an African witch doctor with a bone through his nose. I said a long time ago the Tea Party would be smart to boot those idiots, but they did not. I don't really feel bad for the Tea Party. I'm glad they are booting racists now, but now it looks like they are doing it b/c of the NAACP resolution. Too bad....

Mustang said...

I believe that for the most part, idiocy is constitutionally protected. If some nitwit wants to display a disrespectful sign at a public rally, they can do that and those individuals around him or her have limited power to prevent that from happening. To then suggest everyone at the rally is a racist becomes a massive leap in logic.

Thank goodness there is no shortage of idiots; otherwise we would have nothing to comment about.

Ameloque said...

We use racial profiling for education and employment.

Why not for illegals who are invading the USA ?

A.C. McCloud said...

So the NAACP is now trying to unring their condemnation bell and the admin is saying they didn't pressure her to resign. And the tea party and Fox News are to blame for everything.

Geez.

LASunsett said...

AOW,

I thought it was great when I heard it. But she wasted no time in getting into the media today. My latest post explains the uncertainty of what has just transpired and it can easily be settled.

LASunsett said...

//I don't really feel bad for the Tea Party. I'm glad they are booting racists now, but now it looks like they are doing it b/c of the NAACP resolution. Too bad....//

I would never claim there have never been racists attending meetings. To do so is both naive and ridiculous. But as I sit here today, I do believe that there are many instances when there are Democratic hacks (who are at the local level somewhere other than where the meetings are held), shipped in to pose as racists for camera shots and trick video.

LASunsett said...

//If some nitwit wants to display a disrespectful sign at a public rally, they can do that and those individuals around him or her have limited power to prevent that from happening.//

Another perspective, for sure.

But the videos made by liberal leftist hacks will never show the people arguing with the carriers of such inappropriate things.

LASunsett said...

//So the NAACP is now trying to unring their condemnation bell and the admin is saying they didn't pressure her to resign. And the tea party and Fox News are to blame for everything.//

It will be interesting when the big boys get hold of the angle of today's post. What will the NAACP say, if it is shown that the video was leaked out of context, just to sell this gal out.

I am wondering about this now.

A.C. McCloud said...

They pulled the trigger on her awfully quick- by Blackberry in her car. I have a feeling it might have been her other comment about federal jobs that irked some, or there's something deeper we don't know. It's odd that Vilsack hasn't walked this back yet.

Ameloque said...

Politically correct racism. If you are black, it's OK to be a racist.

LASunsett said...

Hi AC and Amerloque,

Take a look at the link in Update II of the second post. It gets better.