Tuesday, July 26, 2011

A Black progressive's ignorance on display. NAACP member attacks Tea Party and black conservatives.

Don't fall for the illusion that the NAACP represents "all" black people, it doesn't. If you are black and not liberal, you don't matter, and actually you are seen as a"traitor" to black people. If you aren't "down" with progressive "group think", you aren't down period. I've heard the lies and smears told by black progressives about the Tea Party being racists over the last two years. Of course the evidence has yet to materialize to validate their claims. Andrew Breitbart put up one hundred thousand dollars for progressives to provide the evidence, and no one to this day has come forward with evidence. Progressives are the walking, breathing talking definition of ignorance by example. Here is a black progressive member of the NAACP in South Central Los Angeles telling a reporter his thoughts on the Tea Party and black conservatives.



Group think and indoctrination goes hand and hand. This guy unfortunately is symbolic of how many none analytical thinking black adults "think". Facts are simply going to to bounce off of people like him like rubber bands. You can't reason with a person who is brainwashed beyond hope, you just have to see them as the enemy they are and defeat them and their ignorance. Case in point, this person said that “These “sell-out negroes” wish they were white". So using logic, does that mean that "white progressives are sellouts who wish they were black"? I wish I could ask him that question just to gauge his response, but I wouldn't want to make him more confused and angry then he already is. Member of group think indoctrination aren't very tolerable of others who are free thinking analytical thinkers.

19 Comments:

Blogger Joe Conservative said...

No comment... it speaks for itself.

5:24 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Those who believe that "ALL" Tea Party members are racist are wrong to think so. First and foremost, the few Blacks that are members obviously can't be racist. Secondly, I believe that many are indeed motivated by what they see as government waste and screwed up tax policies. Hell, I'm still pissed about the $6.6 billion tax dollars that supposedly came up "missing" during the Iraq war.

Still, that doesn't account for,

THIS
These folks were some of the first Tea Party supporters. When you go to that site, click the link that says, "Show Obama you hate him and congress" and see where it takes you.

Breitbarts challenge was for anyone who could produce video of the "N-word" being used at a Tea-Party rally where Rep. John Lewis said he heard someone shout it at him.

If the challenge was for any Tea-Party activist, or an operator of a Tea-Party group, you need look no further than Dale Robertson, a Tea Party activist who operates TeaParty.org. Tyrone, you could have got paid!

I stand by the FACT that there are "SEVERAL" racist groups who have connections with Tea-Party groups. Whether they are sanctioned, or non-sanctioned by the main stream groups and organizations, (which they very well may not) it still doesn't answer the question.

Racist groups such as the Council of Conservative Citizens actively, openly promote, and are part of many Tea Party events.

I see absolutely nothing wrong with joining a Tea Party organization is you're Black. I do see something wrong if you don't believe, or pretend, that the racist elements don't exist. I compare it to, betting in a poker game. There's always the possibility that you "might" win. But only an idiot would believe he can't lose...

9:17 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

At the end of the video you posted, the interviewer questioned the gentleman about President Obama being compared to Adolf Hitler. The interviewer seemed surprised, asking, "who did that?" As if he were unaware that a Tea Party group bought and paid for THIS BILLBOARD SIGN place above a Iowa city.

That same group ran This Candidate for public office.

There are also Tea Party members who were very upset that, ex-Chariman Mark Williams, was removed because of his so-called satirical letter he wrote to the NAACP.

In earlier posts I've posted several links to racist websites, poster signs, and opinion pieces where "SOME" (certain factions) of the Tea Party members expressed racist views. I repeat; Not all Tea Party activist are racist, yet there are some racist groups and individuals who are active int the movement...be they "overt" of "covert."

10:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The video has been removed, and I don't think I have to watch it.

For the past 20 years I have seen the NAACP act like a racist organization.

Whenever, they feel that much of black America is advancing toward achievement, they have to smear a bunch of lies to keep their support.

The NAACP should just disband already. Like all minorities, Asians and Hispanics included, black people have all the opportunity they need to make something of themselves. Those who stray and end up on the wrong side of the track, they did that themselves and NAACP are taking advantage of them. The NAACP today do not care about these people.

What I would like to see is black conservatives take a stand against NAACP.

10:44 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

I found another copy of the video on youtube and re posted it. Ignorance this good is too entertaining to be missed.


p allen "Those who believe that "ALL" Tea Party members are racist are wrong to think so. First and foremost, the few Blacks that are members obviously can't be racist. "

Why is it the progressives always have to count how many people of different races are at a conservative event? What is it, a compulsive disorder of something? If you want to talk about how few of people of color are at any given place allen, why don't you focus on the media that supports your causes. Focus on the lack of diversity there, then we'll talk. Furthermore, are you saying that blacks can't be racists? If you are so pissed about money being pissed away during the Iraq war, then you actually have something in common with the tea party in wanting fiscal accountability and responsibility. Isn't that "extreme" of you allen? George Bush was hated beyond hated by the left. Now they want to paint the picture that Obama is the "only president" to be attacked and not liked. That is once again so FAKE FAKE FAKE FAKE and FAKE!!!There are many fake groups who claim they are associated with the Tea Party. I can create a Tea Party organization tomorrow, does it mean it's connected or affiliated with the known mainstream organizations like Freedom Works? No. A racist person can bring a sign to a Tea Party, a picture gets taken, and then the whole tea party activists in attendance are brained as sharing that kooks racist motives.

p allen "Breitbarts challenge was for anyone who could produce video of the "N-word" being used at a Tea-Party rally where Rep. John Lewis said he heard someone shout it at him."

I would play devil's advocate and say for the sake of argument Lewis was called the N word. Could it be proven that the person was connected with any Tea Party affiliate? No There is no membership ID required in order to come to a Tea Party event. Any stray or crazy can attend right off the street.

p allen "
Racist groups such as the Council of Conservative Citizens actively, openly promote, and are part of many Tea Party events. "

Which main tea party affiliates allen? No true tea party affliate would openly endorse a group like that out of fear of them getting a foothold in their organization and also the risk of the bad press engulfing their organization. There is a racist group known as the "church of the creator". If people didn't know better they would believe it's just a Christian organization. Racists groups and organizations can use the same non threatening words in their description such as "Tea Party, Church, Conservative or Christian like non racists groups. Allen, Obama spoke to LA RAZA today. Do you think Obama spoke to a racist organization in doing so?

anon "The video has been removed, and I don't think I have to watch it. "

I re posted it.

2:15 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Joe Conservative "No comment... it speaks for itself."

lol, that guy is just another "enlightened progressive useful idiot." Sure are a lot of them out there.


anon "For the past 20 years I have seen the NAACP act like a racist organization. "

The NAACP is a racist organization. They use to be a civil rights organization once upon a time.

anon "The NAACP should just disband already. Like all minorities, Asians and Hispanics included, black people have all the opportunity they need to make something of themselves."

The NAACP is living on borrowed time anyways. They've become largely irrelevant.

2:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am not a racist and I don't associate, cohort, or pal around with any type of racist organizations. What I am is a proud white man of German and Dutch heritage.

I am an active member of the Madison Heights, Michigan Tea Party Patriots. What I'm sick of is the pandering fear demonstrated by too many whites when liberals accuse the Tea Party of racism. It didn't take long for me to see the light.

I recently read an extremely enlightening and outstanding book by radio talk show host, James Edward titled "Racism Schmacism: How Liberals Use the 'R' Word to Push the Obama Agenda."

Edwards explains why whites should embrace the term. When you read his book you will understand why it makes perfect sense to accept being called racist.

"Many average folks came to realize that “a racist is a white person” when they saw that race was not finally vanquished by the election of Obama, as his supporters exulted. Instead of transcending race, Obama has proved that his whole life has been a quest to seek validation from his black kin. Discrimination against whites has only intensified. The Attorney General felt perfectly at ease in calling us a race of cowards, despite the fact that we have bled ourselves dry to accommodate and assimilate diversities. White people who thought that electing Obama would end their status as second-class citizens have had a rude awakening. Even Rep. Steve King of Iowa (the state where early white support for Obama ended Hillary Clinton’s campaign) is stating publicly that Obama favors the black race."

“A racist is a white person.” More specifically, a racist is one who:

1) is white,
2) loves being white,
3) loves the country he inherited from his ancestors,
4) wants his children and grandchildren to be like him and his ancestors, and
5) doesn’t believe that any of the above is replaceable."


Tell all Tea Party members to read this book!

2:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've finally got a chance to watch the video. I don't know where these people are getting their information, the NAACP I presume, but I can tell that they've been brainwashed.

As for the last guy in the interview, any white, Tea Party member who disagrees with Obama is a racist. Hmmm. As I recall, many Obama supporters, did not agree with George W. Bush. Does that not make them racist?

It was racist that we dropped atomic bombs on Japan to end World War 2. I couldn't care less if the bombs were dropped on Germany, who started all the chaos in the first place.

During the interview, when they said that Michelle Bachman said that blacks were better off during slavery, I could not find any evidence to support this claim.

I go on YouTube, and I google this claim and most of them were posted by the liberals.

Tyrone, I have a confession to make: I was once like these people. Thank you and the Savage Nation for opening my eyes.

5:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CB Brother said: I wish I could ask him that question just to gauge his response, but I wouldn't want to make him more confused and angry then he already is.

Tyrone, next time the Tea Party movement comes to Baltimore, or any part in your area, and you see one of these "yahoos" claiming that the Tea Party is racist, take your camera with you and interview them.

I could use a good laugh out of what their reaction would be.

The last guy made me laugh. Stupid people are so funny.

5:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To P. Anthony Allen:
If some people claim that the Tea Party is racist, I have seen shady characters showing up in neo-Nazi outfit with a Confederate flag. Those people soon were told to leave and never to come back.
As for the guy flying the Confederate flag, I'm from Georgia, and I fly my Confederate flag for Southern Pride. How dare people like him desecrate it to promote hate. That goes for those who fly our national flag upside down.

5:49 PM  
Anonymous Adrian said...

I think we're missing the big picture here. P. Anthony Allen finally got some airtime to speak his mind. He just wants us to be as proud as he is of the moment he was finally caught on video saying the same things he says on this blog. Kudos P. Anthony, your ignorance was finally aired before a live audience. *slow clap*

8:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Only whites can be racist because it is genetic!"

You know how racist that sounds? That last person is a racist himself.

I have seen people of all backgrounds, whites, blacks, Asians, Hispanics, who act really bigoted.

2:05 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Adrian:"P. Anthony Allen finally got some airtime to speak his mind. He just wants us to be as proud as he is of the moment he was finally caught on video saying the same things he says on this blog".

Really? F.Y.I., I live in Detroit, MI., more than 2500 miles from South Central L.A. I was in L.A. 15 years ago and haven't been back since.

Another F.Y.I.; All Black people don't look alike, or think alike. Next time ask a question before attempting sarcasm. Sarcasm works when it's done properly, and it will also appear as though you know what you're doing.

2:07 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Anon;"I am not a racist and I don't associate, cohort, or pal around with any type of racist organizations. What I am is a proud white man of German and Dutch heritage".

Not a racist...really?

Anon, I Googled a few lines from your text and found this included as part of the text...the part you didn't post;

"If we [Whites] fail to turn this tide, we will be well on our way to extinction in 20 years, impotent and oppressed minorities in the country we inherited from our own brave fathers. Most of our kinsmen still fail to realize this, but with each passing year more of them become aware".

How many here believe that only "White people" are the inherent's of this country?

"wants his children and grandchildren to be like him and his ancestors, and doesn’t believe that any of the above is replaceable"

Would you care to explain exactly what that means?

Lo' and behold, further Google search turns up this;

The book is being promoted by none other than The Council of Conservative Citizens!!

Thanks for the "heads up" Anon...

2:57 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Adrian "I think we're missing the big picture here. P. Anthony Allen finally got some airtime to speak his mind. He just wants us to be as proud as he is of the moment he was finally caught on video saying the same things he says on this blog. Kudos P. Anthony, your ignorance was finally aired before a live audience. *slow clap*"

lol lol lol lol lol lol lol I love it!!!! I'm sure allen doesn't disagree with that guy one bit. So it might as well have been him.

anon "Tyrone, next time the Tea Party movement comes to Baltimore, or any part in your area, and you see one of these "yahoos" claiming that the Tea Party is racist, take your camera with you and interview them. "

When the Tea Party events start back up next year, I'm sure there will be some events held in Baltimore and Annapolis. If one of the tin foilers try to use the racist tag, I will bust their chops quick, count on it.

p allen "Another F.Y.I.; All Black people don't look alike, or think alike. Next time ask a question before attempting sarcasm. Sarcasm works when it's done properly, and it will also appear as though you know what you're doing."

You were attempting to be sarcastic allen, hmmm, it might need work. lol

4:02 PM  
Blogger Mr. Tent Trash said...

wow! who is the racist here?

4:54 PM  
Anonymous Liz said...

Why do you call him a progressive? He is a democrat.

11:48 AM  
Anonymous Liz said...

Isn't is so fun being called racist by the party of slavery--- Democrat.

11:51 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Liz "Why do you call him a progressive? He is a democrat."

I should have just called him for what he truly is, a brainwashed, pathetic fool. You are right Liz. A progressive can be either a democrat or a republican, and not even a black progressive republican would think along the line as that clown.

9:22 PM  

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