Saturday, April 17, 2010

Race baiting attempt by Kelly O'Donnell of NBC News ended in failure.

This video should serve as an illustration to tea party activists of different races on how to neutralize a race baiting question posed by a liberal in the media. Darryl Postell is the black tea party gentleman shown in the video being "interviewed by NBC Nightly News report Kelly O'Donnell who happens to be white. Kelly stated that "There aren't a lot of African-Americans men at these event." Then she asked Darryl “Have you ever felt uncomfortable"



Darryl's answer was the best answer anyone regardless of race could ever give. His answer solidified perfectly the contrast between what it is to be conservative versus what it is to be liberal. Darryl answered Kelly's race baiting question by saying "No, no, these are my people, Americans". Liberals are always trying to divide our nation among "racial and economic" lines. I've been to several tea parties and I have never once felt "uncomfortable". Then again, I don't have race on the brain 24/7 like some of the left like Kelly O'Donnell has. Most conservatives believe in a nationalist point of view. That simply means "love of country". Reagan coined the phrase "American Exceptialism". The left uses race as a control mechanism. They use it against non whites as a way to shame them into being subservient to their ideology. That is why the left uses terms like"Uncle Tom", "Sellout" etc. The left uses race against whites who don't subscribe to their ideology by labeling them "racists", "bigots" etc. Darryl is a man liberals loath. He is a man who isn't guided by race but by his beliefs and conventions. To say that liberals for the most part aren't big fans of this country isn't exactly breaking any new ground. It does serve to reinforce why they attack non whites as traitors for embracing this country. I think I'm on to something.



In the eyes of white and black liberals, a person like Darryl would easily be labeled an "Uncle Tom", because he doesn't think along the lines of race. Liberals don't live up to their own hype when it comes to wanting a color blind society. I wish I could have asked Kelly in response to her question, how many "African Americans" work in the news department at NBC News and MSNBC. That question would have had the blood draining from her face.

18 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

All I can say is AMEN brother!This is how it should be.We should all just drop the hyphens,be AMERICANS and stand united.

1:46 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"I wish I could have asked Kelly in response to her question, how many "African Americans" work in the news department at NBC News and MSNBC".

Such a question would have gotten the "egg thrown right back in your face." As a savvy reporter, O'Donnell could have said; "There are some African Americans at NBC News, but they're PAID! Darryl, are you PAID to be at the Tea Party?"

In this case, your accusation of "race baiting" is utterly silly. It's an obvious fact that the Tea Parties are overwhelmingly attended by Whites.

The tea Party movement is not a TV New's operation, NBA locker room, nor a college campus protest for diverse education. It's supposedly an "all-American grass-roots" movement. But, with groups like Stormfront and the Council of Concervative Citizens urging there members to attend, the few Black attendee's does make for appearance of strange bedfellows.

So the question asked by O'Donnell (are you uncomfortable) is legitimate seeing that over 95% of the Tea Party attendee's are White.

During the presidential campaign had every rally for Barack Obama across the nation had 95 percent + Black crowds, it would have been perfectly legitimate to ask a "Liberal White" in attendance the same question. In which case if the White Liberal attended on his own free will, I'm sure the reporter would have gotten the same answer as Darryl gave O'Donnell.

Foturnately, Obama did, and still has the support from Americans of all races.

2:38 PM  
Anonymous allyHM said...

p. anthony allen,

By your logic, if I - a white woman - attended a meeting of a few hundred people and 95% of them were black, it would be OK to ask me if I was uncomfortable. And if a reporter in that situation asked me that question, she would be accused of being racist for the ASSUMPTION that a white person would be uncomfortable in a large group of predominately black people.

9:07 PM  
Blogger Frank A. Dupree said...

Allen, you point out that 95% of T.E.A Party members are white. You allude that the T.E.A. Party has racist elements because of the percentage of white attendees. A recent demographic breakdown shows 75% of United States citizens are white with a total of about 228 million. Blacks and Hispanics total 12.4% and 15.4% with numbers of 37.6 million black and 46.9 million hispanic. During the 2008 election, 96% of blacks voted for Obama.

10:26 PM  
Blogger Sojournerlove said...

I'm glad he put that self-righteous white liberal in her place. What a condescending witch!
I'm not racist like Kelly O' Donnell I see people for who they are and not just their skin color!
Kelly O' Donnell needs to confront her own prejudiced views!

11:15 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Frank;"You allude that the T.E.A. Party has racist elements because of the percentage of white attendees".

Wrong... I "allude" that Tea Party has racist elements "NOT" because of the percentage of Whites. I say there are racist elements within the Tea Party's because it's true.

Most recently.
SEE!.
SEE!.
The gentleman in this photo is a founding memeber of a Texas Tea Party group.SEE!.
Stormfront is actively involved throughout the country with the Tea Party's. SEE!

10:45 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

allyHM;"By your logic, if I - a white woman - attended a meeting of a few hundred people and 95% of them were black, it would be OK to ask me if I was uncomfortable".

Yes!

10:58 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

From my previous post...

The "most recent" link should have taken you HERE.

Frank;"During the 2008 election, 96% of blacks voted for Obama".

Blacks are no where near 95% of the "total" of votes for Obama. If you look at actual numbers, you'll find that more Whites voted for Obama than Blacks!

3:35 PM  
Anonymous allyHM said...

p. anthony allen,

Interesting that you only responded to the first half of my comment. So tell me, why is it OK to assume a white person in a group where the majority is black is assumed to be uncomfortable?

I've been in that situation more times than I can count. Never once have I felt uncomfortable. You, sir, are the racist one, not me.

9:45 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

anonymous " All I can say is AMEN brother!This is how it should be.We should all just drop the hyphens,be AMERICANS and stand united."

It would be nice, but liberals can't stand the mere thought of everybody of different races coming together and identifying themselves as just Americans. In Canada, blacks don't call themselves African-Canadians, they refer to themselves as Canadians. It seems that the hyphenated syndrome is a problem that resides in our country.

p allen "Such a question would have gotten the "egg thrown right back in your face." As a savvy reporter, O'Donnell could have said; "There are some African Americans at NBC News, but they're PAID! Darryl, are you PAID to be at the Tea Party?""

O'Donnell isn't a savvy reporter allen, I had to break it too you. So NBC News does have some diversity, well woo doggie.lol My someone should ask the blacks that work for NBC do they feel "uncomfortable" working there. What does them being paid have to do with anything allen? I can't wait hear your mental insanity opps I meant brilliant response.

p allen "In this case, your accusation of "race baiting" is utterly silly. It's an obvious fact that the Tea Parties are overwhelmingly attended by Whites."

She sought out a black man to ask him a specific racial question, If you don't think it was race baiting, why didn't O'Donnell ask whites that were there that question. If I was a reporter allen, it would have never dawned on me to even Darryl the question O'Donnell asked him, but then again as I said before, I don't have a racial agenda and I don't have race on the brain like the left has. She's the one who made it racial, don't forget that allen. And so what if the Tea Party is made up of mostly whites. If blacks for the most part don't want to attend, then that is their choice. Blacks who want to attend are more then welcome to join. Do you ever saying about race when the average NBA basketball team is overwhelmingly black? The Congressional Black Caucus is all black. The Nation of Islam is all black. Do you have a problem with the racial makeup of those organizations allen?

p allen "he tea Party movement is not a TV New's operation, NBA locker room, nor a college campus protest for diverse education. It's supposedly an "all-American grass-roots" movement. But, with groups like Stormfront and the Council of Concervative Citizens urging there members to attend, the few Black attendee's does make for appearance of strange bedfellows."

So now you to try and link extremist groups with the Tea Party, grasping at straws is sad allen. As I stated, nobody can stop a person from attending a Tea Party. Fringes on both the right and the left can attend and blend on a promote their own kooky causes, it doesn't mean that the Tea Party as a whole embrace what a few wingnuts say allen.

1:40 AM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

p allen "So the question asked by O'Donnell (are you uncomfortable) is legitimate seeing that over 95% of the Tea Party attendee's are White.

During the presidential campaign had every rally for Barack Obama across the nation had 95 percent + Black crowds, it would have been perfectly legitimate to ask a "Liberal White" in attendance the same question. In which case if the White Liberal attended on his own free will, I'm sure the reporter would have gotten the same answer as Darryl gave O'Donnell."

Once again, what do you think is the racial makeup of NBC News alen? Think its 95% white as well. We know that MSNBC IS 100%, so what is the comfortability factor allen.

p allen "Foturnately, Obama did, and still has the support from Americans of all races."

Correction, he "HAD" the support of white independent voters allen. Had is past tense.

Sojournerlove"I'm glad he put that self-righteous white liberal in her place. What a condescending witch!
I'm not racist like Kelly O' Donnell I see people for who they are and not just their skin color!
Kelly O' Donnell needs to confront her own prejudiced views!"

Darryl's answer made Kelly look very very very stupid. Darryl simply stated what the Tea Party movement is all about. Americans of all races coming to gether as one to fight to take back their country from an out of control government.I wish I had Kelly's email address, because I surely would have sent her an email with me laughing at her.

p allen "The gentleman in this photo is a founding memeber of a Texas Tea Party group.SEE!.Stormfront is actively involved throughout the country with the Tea Party's. SEE!"

DId the Tea Party express or any other Tea Party organizations come out and say that they either support or embrace groups like Stormfront allen, yes or no. If the answer is no, you are chasing your tail. Also, you do know that there are several different tea party groups in texas right allen?

1:53 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"We know that MSNBC IS 100%, so what is the comfortability factor allen".

We know that MSNBC IS 100%, so what is the comfortability factor allen.

Correct! The "headliners" for all of their "liberal" News Programs are white.
SEE!.
Don't the headliners for the "conservative" FOX are just as 100% white.
SEE!.

CB;"DId the Tea Party express or any other Tea Party organizations come out and say that they either support or embrace groups like Stormfront allen, yes or no".

Not that I know of. I haven't heard, or seen from the Tea Party groups I've tracked if they have come out for or against any racist groups.

Let's get this straight guys.

I am not saying that "ALL" the Tea Party groups, nor "ALL" of those involved are racist.

What I'm saying is, that racist groups have infiltrated the ranks and are "OPENLY" promoting their intentions. Now, ask yourself this question;

Why would a White racist group join with an American "grass-roots" political movement that does not promote their racist agenda?

The participants from Stormfront, V-Dare, Council of Conservative Citizens, American Renaissance, Occidental Dissent, A3P, etc.., are all active within the Tea Party movement. WHY???

White Nationalist group, Occidental Dissent had a speaker scheduled to speak at the National Tea Party Convention. Why the "sudden" interest in taxes and domestic spending??

These groups are distributing flyers, handouts, and brochures promoting their agenda and causes.

A3P reports;

"In Baton Rouge, Louisiana, A3P activist Mr. Crager, who was joined by a friend, delivered the A3P trifold brochure, which bears an important message concerning immigration and the identity and character of our nation, to protest-goers. He, like the others, reported that his effort was met with success, and the A3P message was well-received in Louisiana".

Go to my previous post and click the link to Stormfront. Several of their Tea Party attendee's have posted how they have successfully infiltrated and connected with many in the Tea Party movement.

Again, ask yourself why are the racist "courting" the Tea Party's, and how can these racist groups claim "any level" of success?

11:20 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

allyHM;"So tell me, why is it OK to assume a white person in a group where the majority is black is assumed to be uncomfortable?".

I didn't say it was okay to "assume" anything. I said it was okay to ask.

Assuming is a "prejudgment." An assumption can often be wrong. It's always better to "ask." That's why O'Donnell got the response/answer that she did.

Again, given the situation and context (95 percent + White) there is nothing wrong with asking. Did O'Donnell assume the man was uncomfortable? I can't say if she "assumed" or not. But what I can say is that, she didn't just report that he appeared, or that she "assumed" he was uncomfortable. She asked him!

I once sat in a room with 25+ foreign diplomats, some them members of "royal families." For the first 20 minutes I was uncomfortable as hell!! I've been in uncomfortable situations around Blacks, White, Arabs, etc.., so what's the big deal about being asked?

allyHM;"I've been in that situation more times than I can count. Never once have I felt uncomfortable. You, sir, are the racist one, not me".

I didn't call you a racist allyHM. I never stated or implied that you "should be", or "could be " uncomfortable around a group of Black people.

I've only said that it's okay to ask. Yet, I never asked you, but you've chosen to inform me that you don't feel uncomfortable being around black crowds. If you're telling the truth, that's fine. However, you don't know me yet, you feel quite comfortable calling me a racist??

I don't know you, so I can't call you a racist (per-se').

But, what I do know is I've been called a racist by folks who use the same ideals as you've shown here. They're deceptive liars and are the ones that call me racist to my face, and "Nigger" behind my back! So as long as you know, that I know what you really mean, we can have an understanding.

12:20 PM  
Blogger Frank A. Dupree said...

Allen, I posted 96% of blacks voted for Obama. That is a true and recorded fact. Notice I worte 96% of blacks. Nowhere in my post did I say that was the total vote. It was the total vote for blacks; not overall. In other words, a little more that 9 out of every 10 black people who voted, voted for Obama. If 9 out of every 10 whites had voted for McCain, would they have been called racist? You and I both know they would.

2:24 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Frank;"If 9 out of every 10 whites had voted for McCain, would they have been called racist? You and I both know they would".

Frank, that's typical conservative spin! Blacks have voted Democrat nearly monolithically for the past 40+ years. Over those years the candidate had always been White! (at least on the national level)

The idea that "all or most" Blacks voted for Obama because he is Black, is a misleading conjured-up epithet, mainly used by conservatives who attempt to prove that so-called "reverse racism" is in play against them. It's just not true.

Alan Keyes has run for president 4 or 5 times! Most Blacks who vote knows who he is. If it were a situation of "just because he's Black", Keyes would have been, at the very least, elected mayor, city council, or even dog catcher in some urban area.

When will conservatives (particularly Black conservatives) get though their heads the simple fact that most Blacks don't vote Republican!!!

3:01 PM  
Blogger Frank A. Dupree said...

Allen, how is it "typical, conservative spin"? Is it because it's the truth? The only spin is what you applied or inferred. By your reasoning, the assertions that the T.E.A. Party is racist because the majority of attendees are white is just liberal spin. While there may be a few fringe elemnents in attendace, they are in the silent minority of attendees.

You make the point about blacks voting Democrat for the last 40+ years. However, nothing has changed for the blacks in poverty stiken cities across the country.

So, if most blacks didn't vote for Obama because he's black (even though his mother is white), why did they vote for him? Was it for his tremendous executive experiences in the private sector? Was it because he was a diligent and tireless legislator in the U.S. Senate? Oh, I remember now - they wanted "hope and change."

Allen Keyes just doesn't have what it takes to get elected on a national level. The majority of blacks would never vote for Keyes because he's a Republican.

Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton ran in primaries for the Democrat nomination. White Democrats voted overwhelmingly for the white candidate. There was no outrage and no media coverage calling the white voters racists. It was widely accepted because neither Jackson or Sharpton had enough experience to be considered qualified.

9:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, the RNC Chair sure is uncomfortable:

"In a development that can only be described as startling, the G.O.P.’s one visible black leader, the party chairman Michael Steele, went off message when appearing at DePaul University on April 20. He conceded that African-Americans 'really don’t have a reason' to vote Republican, citing his party’s pursuit of a race-baiting 'Southern strategy' since the Nixon-Agnew era. For this he was attacked by conservatives who denied there had ever been such a strategy. That bit of historical revisionism would require erasing, for starters, Strom Thurmond and Jesse Helms, not to mention the Willie Horton campaign that helped to propel Bush 41 into the White House in 1988."

-- Frank Rich, NYT

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
"Blacks really don't have a reason to vote Republican!" according to the head of the Republican National Committee -- who is a black guy!!!!!!!!!!
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

6:44 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

anon "Well, the RNC Chair sure is uncomfortable:

"Blacks really don't have a reason to vote Republican!" according to the head of the Republican National Committee -- who is a black guy!!!!!!!!!!
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA


For the most part, Steele is an idiot. Steele is from my state of Maryland. Most blacks really don't have a reason to vote Republican. The Democrat Party is known for the party of race baiting, race pandering and race hustling. The Democrat Party is known for racial guilt politics and social dependency entitlement programs. The Democrat Party is the party of blame other people for your own failures in life, class warfare and social envy. So seeing that the Republican Party stands for the opposite of all that. I would say that Steele is right but for those reasons. As for Strom Thurmond, can you name anything that Strom did for the 40 years he was a republican that was considered racist? People can only talk about the things strom didn as Democrat, but they don't have a clue what he did for four decades as a republican until he died. Grasping at the past doesn't help to create a valid argument in the present.

10:59 AM  

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