Thursday, July 22, 2010

The Shirley Sherrod Saga. Part 2

I'm glad that this crazy episode played out the way it did, because the NAALCP showed itself for what it isn't. It is no longer a Civil Rights organization. The acronym for the NAACP is "National Organization for the Advancement of Colored People". The term colored is disparately outdated. Anyways, many on the left attacked me because I focused on the NAALCP's resolution, but here is my question. How does the NAALCP's resolution against the Tea Party help to "advance colored people"? All roads seem to lead back to the point that "it doesn't". That is the key point that many people have been trying to make since this whole thing got started. With so many problems facing the black community, the NAACLP honestly believed that by passing this resolution would some how help blacks? The origins of the NAALCP's resolution was political in nature. They wanted to try and gin up support among blacks to come out in the midterm elections. It has been historically proven that most blacks don't come out in strong numbers in off year elections. The NAACP and Democratic operatives are despicable for trying to use race as an issue to try and gin up racial fear to coral racial manipulation among blacks just to get them out to the polling places. Most blacks could care less about what the Tea Party is doing or what it is in general. In retrospect, it probably would have been better that conservatives just ignored the NAALCP's resolution. In it's current form, the group really no longer has the influence that it once had when the organization was once actually relevant. Most of the media is interviewing Shirlely Sherrod, because she is now the 15 minute darling of the media. I think of her as the new Levi Johnston or Cindy Shehan. As long as she talks negatively about Fox News or perusing Andrew Breitbart, the media is going to gleefully hang on her every word.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The NAACP, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and some of these so-called black leaders are not civil rights activists. They make a profit off of racism by exploiting it and falsely accusing others.

Do I feel that Shirley Sherrod had some racial tensions? Sure. I'm sure we all do, and I had some myself a long time ago and I learn to overcome my prejudices just like Ms. Sherrod did. People do change their attitude toward other people by learning from it.

And I want to apologize to Ms. Sherrod for jumping to the conclusion that she is a racist. I WILL Not apologize to the NAACP who edited that tape to make her and the conservative media look foolish!

5:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's really something that liberal (socialist) whites try to play the race card, and we fall for it. They, I think don't think blacks could make it without them.. Blacks are making it, marrying, etc but we blacks do better under a more conservative mindset(although the stats arent too high on that) . Black conservative types just need to stand up and be counted and call these socialists racists. THIS ISN'T THE 1960S ANYMORE!!we have too much at stake.

10:03 PM  
Blogger Juanita said...

Media Manipulation is a Left Wing Liberal tactic that has been used as long as I can remember. Tyrone, your the only one pointing this out. Keep up the great work.

9:58 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

From Monday, July 19- CB;" So it appears that the NAALCP has gone from fighting racism to awarding it, when the "right skin color" is involved".

Breitbart says it was his intent to show that the NAACP harbored racist, and/or condoned racist behavior. Setting aside your current notions about rather the NAACP is racist or not, in viewing the entire video, would you conclude that the NAACP was promoting a racist or racism?

Did Ms. Sherrod in any way condone, promote, inspire, or intend to arouse the listeners with any intent to forward a racist idea or agenda?

If you answer to those questions is "no", then your initial "review" (from Monday July 19) disqualifies and nullifies any further judgement of Ms. Sherrod's character.

And for what it's worth, I also find it reprehensible that the Obama Administration and the NAACP fell for Breitbart's tom-foolery.

Perhaps the NAACP should form it's own "Tea-Party" style organization and promote an "anti conservative media" agenda. How about some poster pictures of "Stumpenfuhrer Breitbart" or "Herr Beck", Grand Dragon Wizard Hannity, Witch Doctor Steele, "Last King of Scotland Justice Thomas?" Wait... how about some good ole fashion "Black Conservative Uncle Tom" posters! That should draw some wows from the crowds!!

3:02 AM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

p allen "Breitbart says it was his intent to show that the NAACP harbored racist, and/or condoned racist behavior. Setting aside your current notions about rather the NAACP is racist or not, in viewing the entire video, would you conclude that the NAACP was promoting a racist or racism?"

My notion wasn't that the NAALCP is racist. I said that the NAALCP harbor racist's within it ranks. There a difference in the wording. black and white liberals don't see racism like I and others do allen. black and white liberals for the most part believe that liberals can't be racist and the only people who can are "white conservatives". That is why the NAALCP has given a pass countless times to white liberals who've spewed some racist and racially incentives remarks. Breitbart was trying to illustrate the double standard of the NAALCP, unfortunately it backfired on him to an
extent.

p allen "Did Ms. Sherrod in any way condone, promote, inspire, or intend to arouse the listeners with any intent to forward a racist idea or agenda?"

She claimed the role of a racial victim by claiming that the white farmer "thought he was superior to her". She also said she was "torn" in helping the white farmer because other black farmers needed help also". She claimed to have had a "change of hurt". If Shirley was asked about her racial feelings prior to her having to deal with that white farmer, I'm sure the other Shirley Sherrod would have been shown.

p allen "If you answer to those questions is "no", then your initial "review" (from Monday July 19) disqualifies and nullifies any further judgement of Ms. Sherrod's character."

LOL, she said in the video how she use to be allen prior to meeting the white farmer. Her words not mine.

p allen "And for what it's worth, I also find it reprehensible that the Obama Administration and the NAACP fell for Breitbart's tom-foolery."

Unless you can prove that Breitbart edited the video, you are merely speculating and nothing more allen. You want to believe that he did of course. It wouldn't even make sense for Breitbart to purposely edit a video not knowing if the video is the only one in existence. Breitbart is a smart guy and he wouldn't put himself out there to be exposed if there was another video in
existence,

p allen "Perhaps the NAACP should form it's own "Tea-Party" style organization and promote an "anti conservative media" agenda."

Funny how you haven't mentioned anything about the stunt MSNBC pulled last year allen. So you might as well have a seat. Fox has more liberals on it's channel then MSNBC and CNN have conservatives COMBINED! So once again allen,you are severely factually challenged. Some things never change do they?

p allen "How about some poster pictures of "Stumpenfuhrer Breitbart" or "Herr Beck", Grand Dragon Wizard Hannity, Witch Doctor Steele, "Last King of Scotland Justice Thomas?" Wait... how about some good ole fashion "Black Conservative Uncle Tom" posters! That should draw some wows from the crowds!!""

Oh geez, stop being drama queen allen for once. Taking things to an irrational extreme doesn't help to promote what you are saying allen. If anything, it makes you out to sound like a stark raving kook. So actually keep it up. :-)

11:10 AM  

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