Monday, July 19, 2010

Will the NAALCP repudiate racism when there is proof it exists within it's ranks?

A person has a better chance at hitting the lottery then that happening. I found this undercover video over at Andrew Breitbart's site. This is video from the NAALCP's 20th Anniversary Freedom Fund Banquet in Georgia showing a black lady by the name of Shirley Sherrod who is an employee for the USDA's Georgia Rural Development office describing her racist behavior toward a white farmer she encountered in need of federal aid. To this date Benjamin Jealous nor other members of the NAACP has yet to renounce her "questionable" behavior. Also Ms. Sherrod is a NAALCP Award recipient. So it appears that the NAALCP has gone from fighting racism to awarding it, when the "right skin color" is involved.


Maybe Ben will pass a resolution at next year's NAALCP convention condemning her actions.


Blogger Sojournerlove said...

NAALCP won't repudiate racism because they're the worst kind of racists. They think there is nothing wrong with the kind of racism they spew.
However clear thinking individuals know that racism is still racism.
The NAALCP have no credibility with people who know what real racism is.

9:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whatever happened to the NAACP who once a was a civil rights organization and other goals was to steer blacks into the right direction?

Clearly, once the Civil Rights Act was passed, the NAACP was losing its support and its stability it has nothing left but to and make a profit off of race-baiting and ruin people's lives with false accusations and all that other stuff for the past few years the past couple of weeks.

First, they go after Tea Party and accuses them of being a racist organization. The Tea Party counterattacks and made it clear that bigotry will not be tolerated and asked the NAACP to provide proof, which they have not. Still they won't back down from their attacks.

Mayoral candidate Elston McCowan of St. Louis calls beating victim Kenneth Gladney and Uncle Tom. The NAACP won't condemn that comment.

The voter intimidation by the New Black Panther members in Philadelphia. Also the same person at the polling place was shouting out anti-white slurs and encouraging to kill white babies in Harlem. The NAACP was asked by Fox news if the organization would repudiate the New Black Panther; Michael Jealous and other NAACP officials would not give a direct answer and stated that NAACP has no ties to the New Black Panthers

The NAACP are defensive toward Barack Obama's association with the racist, and anti-American Rev. Jeremiah Wright.

Here's what puzzles me: I have not seen them go after the likes of Robert Byrd or others similar with Byrd's background. Still, in my home town of Seattle, (where Glenn Beck is from too) the NAACP's Seattle chapter found the time to hold a press conference to announce that they have "proof" that then Attorney General Christine Gregoire, a Democrat and a liberal, who was running for governor, is a racist because she belonged to an all-white sorority. Her opponent was a black man, Ron Simms, whom too is a Democrat. Simms didn't win because part of it was the NAACP's press conference.

The only for the NAACP to stop their race-baiting tactics is probably to sue them. Though the KKK and neo-Nazis are still around, I wonder why the Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors hate groups could not go after the NAACP and the New Black Panthers?

By the way Tyrone, or Conservative Brother, I've been a fan of your Blogspot for the past few years. Keep up the good work.

8:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

According to the latest reports: Sherrod is given the opportunity to have her job back, if she wanted it, after the White House has gotten the full statement of the entire video by the NAACP.

Before she was asked to tender her resignation to the USDA, Sherrod stated that she received a phone call stating that she was to be reported on Glenn Beck. Beck did not receive the video until a day later. Beck's show comes before Hannity and the O'Reilly Factor whom both covered the story.

Beck stated after reviewing the video, he thinks that Sherrod should not have been fired. She should have have had the chance to defend herself just like others should have whom too have been accused of racism. He stated that it seems lately that everyone is now guilty until proven innocent.

Beck stated that the Obama administration has always jumped to the conclusion before getting the facts. Just like the incident with Prof. Henry Louis Gates whom was arrested for disorderly conduct and Obama accused the Cambridge police for "acting stupidly" without he getting all the facts.

6:13 PM  
Blogger Larry Sheldon said...

I think you are misinterpreting what happened.

8:57 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

Larry Sheldon "I think you are misinterpreting what happened."

I don't think I am. Ms Sherod admited out of her own mouth that she had a prejudice against whites prior to meeting the farmer. That is a fact that won't change.

11:57 PM  
Blogger Larry Sheldon said...

"she had a prejudice against whites prior to meeting the farmer."

Context man. Context.

She was relating the experience of coming to realize the error of her ways.

The audience reacted inappropriately and it is worthy of our condemnation.

She is a Marxist, and that is worthy of our wrath.

Be she appears not to be a racist, which (oddly enough) is what Obama fired her for.

The context shows clearly that she was telling how she came to understand, she says in the COMPLETE (context-providing video) that it isn't about race, it is about unequal distribution of wealth.

12:25 AM  

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