Sunday, October 19, 2014

When liberals cry racism, you know that there is more to the story then what they are claiming.












This is the photo that is popping up on Facebook and Twitter by black and white progressives. Thomas Duncan was a citizen of the West African nation of  Liberia. Liberia is one of the hardest hit nations in the Ebola outbreak. For the past few days I've had to listen to the conspiracy theories put out by Thomas Duncan's family and certain blacks in general that the reason Thomas Duncan died is because he was black thus his healthcare was inferior to that of the white Missionaries who were treated two months prior. With progressive minded people especially black ones, everything has to be racially related, and I do mean everything. They are obsessed with race, and they call others racists if they don't see things through the same racially cracked lenses as they do.I have been reading the blogs and watching videos of racially paranoid people spewing baseless allegations that the only reason Thomas Duncan died was due to racism in how he was treated more so then the actual Ebola infection that he had. I will keep repeating this saying motto, because again it holds true. When people think with their skin , they always come off sounding like utter fools.. The nephew of Thomas Duncan told CNN that he believed Mr. Duncan's death was contributed to racism.



With the racially paranoid conspiracy crowd, racism will always be around every conceivable corner. With these people it's always about the "allegation" more so then it's ever about actually presenting evidence to validate the charge of racism. Thomas Duncan should not have even been allowed to set one foot on American soil. He's a Liberian citizen

who lied to his home country's health ministry on exit documents from the country in saying that he was in good health and that he didn't not come into contact with no Ebola infected people

Thomas Duncan put countless people at risk including his own family in Texas in an attempt to try and save his own life.The racial conspiracy folks leave that bit of information out. Also,

 the experimental drug Z Mapp which was attributed to saving the lives of the two white missionaries ran out in August, two months before Duncan can to the U.S states.

That is why they had to treat him with another drug.. Again, the racial conspiracy mongers left that important bit of information out as well. Also, the two white missionaries were flown to Emory University Hospital which specializes in treating highly infectious diseases like Ebola. Texas Presbyterian is just a regular hospital. Oh wait, there's more. Texas Presbyterian Hospital was equipped to deal with patients with Ebola before they weren't. That isn't a John Kerry moment. Texas Presbyterian Hospital had an Ebola machine to diagnose patients  but thanks to the Federal Food and Drug Administration guidelines they weren't allowed to use it, because it wasn't FDA approved. In an odd twist, the same device is being used in Africa by U.S Military doctors!!!

So maybe the racists are in Obama's Food & Drug Administration? Doctor Gary Weinstein who has treated all three Ebola victims responded to the baseless charges of racism playing a role in the death of Mr. Duncan as "Remarkably Insulting"
The charges of racism are not only insulting, they are just stupid and comes from very gullible and simple minded people. Many of these people who are making these claims also believe that the Federal Government created the AIDS virus to kill off blacks and gays. Oh can't forget that they also believe that George  Bush wanted to drown black people in New Orleans and used Hurricane Katrina as a cover to do it. Racism to black and white progressives is "any outcome that doesn't turn out the way they want it." That goes from Officer Darren Wilson not being charged, George Zimmerman not being convicted to something like this. The problem with the left and their constant baseless charges of racism is that people are starting to tune them out as paranoid racial fanatics who are prone to say that any situation that doesn't give them a favorable outcome as being racist. Unfortunately crying fake racism can take attention away from when a true incident or racism is shown but nobody will believe it.

11 Comments:

Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Which is worse- racializing Ebola or politicizing Ebola? If your so-called "boogie men" (Jesse Jackson and Duncan's nephew) scream racism, how much harm or even good can it do? Yet, if politicians and pundits scream "it's Obama's fault" and a a U.S. Senator that initially blocked funding to combat the disease, how much harm or good could that do?

Frankly, it's obvious that politicians and pundits could do much more harm politicizing the disease. However, I am of the opinion that the Ebola issue should not be neither racailized or politicized. This disease is not a left vs. right, or white vs. black issue. Its a "HUMAN" issue. Ebola doesn't choose who to infect.

If you want to blame the president for not acting fast enough to stop the spread in West Africa its a fair and just assertion. The fact is that the outbreak has to be dealt with there. If some kind of system is not put in place to stop the spread of Ebola in Africa, it could become a catastrophic epidemic, possibly of global proportions.

Although some may see it as such, from my point of view, this is not a racial issue. Complaining about the race of someone who died from the disease doesn't help. Nor can it (and really shouldn't) "hurt" anyone. Liberals crying racism won't prevent Ebola from spreading across Africa. But politicians and the government playing political games, arguing, complaining, and blaming, and not taking the appropriate steps to stop the spread most certainly "will not!"

11:07 PM  
Anonymous Vince said...

Seems time treatment is started is critical. I believe those who survived were not hiding their illness.

Isn't judging negatively someone's motivations and actions based on their skin color the epitome of racism? Or has the left twisted it into something else I simply can't understand?

7:24 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

p allen "Which is worse- racializing Ebola or politicizing Ebola? If your so-called "boogie men" (Jesse Jackson and Duncan's nephew) scream racism, how much harm or even good can it do? Yet, if politicians and pundits scream "it's Obama's fault" and a a U.S. Senator that initially blocked funding to combat the disease, how much harm or good could that do?"

My comments are in "RESPONSE" to the racial mongering of Thomas Duncan's death allen. As for politicizing this, Obama appointed a crony lawyer who worked as under Biden and Clinton as an "Ebola Czar". As of today only two people have been infected with Ebola on American soil and those two were infected as a result of treating Thomas Duncan who wasn't a citizen of the U.S So we need an Ebola Czar just because of that? Politicizing it?lol Ive been hearing the talking points by Democrats that Republicans blocked funding for Ebola. That's laughable and so lame. 1. How could the lack of funding or even an increase in funding have prevented Thomas Duncan from arriving on American soil and ultimately infecting two Americans? 2. Ebola is an African Issue, mainly West Africa. It's the job of the United Nations along with the African nations to deal with this issue.

p allen "Frankly, it's obvious that politicians and pundits could do much more harm politicizing the disease. However, I am of the opinion that the Ebola issue should not be neither racailized or politicized. This disease is not a left vs. right, or white vs. black issue. Its a "HUMAN" issue. Ebola doesn't choose who to infect."

It must going to snow early. For once we actually agree. Personally, I am sick of hearing about Ebola. The nation doesn't need to freak out, because only two people were infected who were in contact with Duncan. This isn't like the movie Contagion. Once the two Texas Health workers are in the clear after the 21 day monitoring period. That's it, there would be no more need to even cover this.

p allen "If you want to blame the president for not acting fast enough to stop the spread in West Africa its a fair and just assertion. The fact is that the outbreak has to be dealt with there. If some kind of system is not put in place to stop the spread of Ebola in Africa, it could become a catastrophic epidemic, possibly of global proportions."

There are a ton of real issues in which to blame Obama for that were of his own doing, this isn't one of them.Obama can't stop the spread of a disease in another country. That's just common sense. Those who believe that he can have issues.He can however issue a travel ban to the US for the nations with the Ebola problem. Now that he can do but is refusing to do, and that is cause for justified criticism,

12:10 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Vince said...
"Seems time treatment is started is critical. I believe those who survived were not hiding their illness."

You're right Vince, they weren't. The two missionaries contacted the U.S Government and told them of the situation. When the medical doctors came to bring them back to the U.S, they were given the Z Mapp Ebola medicine in Africa before boarding the plane back to the U.S. Time is of the essence in treating any potential fatal disease.

Vince "Isn't judging negatively someone's motivations and actions based on their skin color the epitome of racism? Or has the left twisted it into something else I simply can't understand?"

Progressives love conspiracies especially ones dealing with race. With conspiracies, they can be repeated to death and believe by many but they can never be proven as the truth. Think about the 911 truthers, they will go to their grave believing that George Bush orchestrated 911. If George Bush was a Democrat, they wouldn't have thought this. These people are squirrelly in their thinking. Rationality, analytical thinking needs not apply with these people, and that goes for the same who believe Thomas Duncan wasn't given top notch care to save his life, because he was black.

12:19 PM  
Anonymous Indigo said...

Dr. Brantley, in the first of your three posted photos, is a member of the church of Christ, a Christian, who throughout his ordeal was helpful, truthful, and thankful, and gracious. He also was able to and did in fact PRAY TO GOD for help to all concerned. And Dr. Brantley lived. Thomas Duncan, as you noted in the post, lied about Ebola to Liberian officials on his exit documents, and put at risk plane passengers and then even his own family. He lied, and he died. It has nothing to do with color of skin, but with the content of character. Once this Ebola matter broke, Duncan or any other commercial passenger from Ebola hot spots should have been banned from travel visas into the USA. On that point, Dr. Ben Carson and Sen. Ted Cruz agree with me. This would be the best way to prevent a multuplying outbreak. Once again - as with ISIS, jihad, murder-breathing mosque imams, duped irresponsible taxpayer-parasite black fathers and mothers and children - our commander in chief, Pres. Barack Obama, has been MIA (missing in action) on the Ebola matter. Ebola is also a big media smokescreen to hide real major issues until Nov. 4 voting day.

1:35 PM  
Blogger renee xuereb said...


You know that old idiom "you can't teach an old dog new tricks"? Well I am convinced that you cannot reason with a dumb black individual on any given issue"! Remember how the predominately black Democrat voting community reacted when hurricane Katrina was unleashed upon an area which was comprised of mostly Democrat supporting blacks who by the way, were governed by incompetent Democrat controlled political hacks?

Even though the residence were alerted of the impending disaster which was eventually about to take place within the coming days, the mostly government dependent black Ray Nagin supporters decided to chance the natural disaster while later blaming George Bush for their collective & juvenile decision in remaining in harm's way until "The white man came to save them"!

So there is really no conclusion in which any intelligent person can concede when trying to understand the thought process of arrogant, vocally belligerent blacks who believe that "Obama speaks for them"! God will continue to unleash as many natural disasters & diseases such as Aids & Ebola as He pleases in order to try to obtain the obedience of His earthly residence without any thought of the divisive liberal tool of "race"!

3:43 PM  
Anonymous Indigo said...

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/oct/20/ted-cruz-outlines-10-priorities-for-a-gop-led-cong/
Ted Cruz outlines 10 priorities for a GOP-led Congress: ‘We should lead boldly’
Therein can conservatives be on the move, on offense, and not just defense and doing nothing.
About. Time.

10:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CB-“The charges of racism are not only insulting, they are just stupid and comes from very gullible and simple minded people.”

Suppose if the bubonic plague that swept Europe were to hit today? And some white, European immigrant coming from the region that was affected and lied about his condition before coming into the county. He dies under the same care. You think anyone would give a care about the plague victim’s race? I wonder how Jesse Jackson, who stirred up the racial pot, and the family felt when two of the nurses who treated Thomas Duncan, who gave them the Ebola virus, turned out to be one being black and the other being Asian? Jackson probably tucked his tail in between his legs and went off into hiding.

CB-“Texas Presbyterian is just a regular hospital. Oh wait, there's more. Texas Presbyterian Hospital was equipped to deal with patients with Ebola before they weren't.”

Just because it is a hospital, and no matter how sophisticated it looks, does not mean that it deals with and specializes in ALL maladies that a patient comes in with. Suppose if the patient needing a transfusion and it turned out he had a rare blood type and the hospital did not have any in suppl? Or a patient coming in bit by a venomous, exotic animal and they did not have the proper anti-venom to counteract the effects of the venom coming from the animal? My mother who is a retired nurse who worked in a small-town hospital used to tell me some horror stories about some people who came into the ER who was in such terrible shape that the hospital did not have the proper equipment to deal with the patient’s condition. In some cases she would describe it as a bloodbath. All what the ER doctors and nurses can do is to try and stabilize the patient and to airlift them to the hospital or wait for a doctor that specializes in the patient’s condition. No matter how sophisticated, the hospital is, some of the time they are ill-prepared about dealing with the condition of the patient, such as Thomas Eric Duncan coming in with Ebola. Do you think all hospitals across the nation have the equipment to for such a case?

-BP

5:20 PM  
Anonymous Indigo said...

Amother story on race: Serena Williams calls “sexist” but also “racist,” when Russian tennis official called Williams sisters “Williams brothers.” Obviously he was jesting about looking mannish. But there was nothing about race in his remark. Serena exposed weakness in her own psyche when she charged “racist,” by herself ADDING mannish to a stereotype of black women. Interestingly, Would it have been “racist” if he had made the same comment about Martina Navratilova, a caucasian Czech who was muscular as well as lesbian; And guess who came to Serena's “defense?” Yep, Navratilova. “O the tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.”

10:03 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Indigo "Ebola is also a big media smokescreen to hide real major issues until Nov. 4 voting day."

Of course it is. Democrats are facing another 2014 style beat down in less then two weeks. This is all about misdirection. The problem Democrats face is that there are no more Ebola infected patients to divert attention, and people are starting to refocus on the elections. Even with the Ebola scare, people were still mad at Obama for not wanting a travel ban to the infected countries.

renee xuereb "Even though the residence were alerted of the impending disaster which was eventually about to take place within the coming days, the mostly government dependent black Ray Nagin supporters decided to chance the natural disaster while later blaming George Bush for their collective & juvenile decision in remaining in harm's way until "The white man came to save them"!"

It was a sight watching dim witted blacks actually blaming Bush who was in Washington DC instead of blaming their own Governor Blanco and their Mayor Nagin for what happened.It's poetic justice in away knowing that Ray Nagin is now in prison. Some blacks were smart enough to have left knowing that a major hurricane was coming.The legacy of Katrina and it's true lasting message is that bad things can happen when you become too dependent on government. All those school buses that were flooded which could have been used to transport those folks to higher ground but weren't. This was more so about the incompetence of the local and state government then anything else.

1:22 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Indigo "Ted Cruz outlines 10 priorities for a GOP-led Congress: ‘We should lead boldly’
Therein can conservatives be on the move, on offense, and not just defense and doing nothing.
About. Time."

Ted is right. The GOP will probably win the Senate not because people are excited about the Republicans, they just can't stand the Democrats. It's like winning by default actually which isn't good. It's hard for the Republicans to champion a platform when these days they are trying to emulate the Democratic Party. The GOP will attack a person like Ted Cruz who is trying to save them from themselves before they would ever utter an ill word towards a liberal Democrat. Newt Gingrich and the GOP'S Contract with America was inspiring to people, it displayed a clear contrast between what the GOP stood for and was going to to do vs that of what Democrats have done and stood for. The GOP better realize that the day after the midterms, people are going to expect them to actually do something and it won't be acting like Democratic lite.


1:30 PM  

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