Black Liberals Call Dr. Ben Carson a “Clown”

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This is from The Black Sphere.

Black Liberals are the clowns not Dr. Ben Carson or Justice Clarence Thomas.

Black Liberals are helping to keep blacks on the DemocRat Plantation.

Ahh, the age old question that begs an answer: how can Black Liberals be so stupid?

Meet Drew, a man and not a Black Liberal. Admittedly, he says he didn’t have the poverty experience when growing up. He still rightfully claims that he is indeed a Black man. And as such, he’s seen the bad things happening in the Black community: bad or absentee parenting, drugs, violence, disease, unwed pregnancies, and so on, objectively.

Dr. Ben Carson is from that community. He became a pediatric neurosurgeon despite being born into poverty. And as they have done with Justice Clarence Thomas, the Black and Liberal community ridicule him.×9&widgetId=2&trackingGroup=69017

Touche for Drew pointing out the obvious. Black people who will riot for Michael Brown or Freddy Gray, dare call Dr. Ben Carson a clown?!


If Black Lives Matter Why do Blacks Treat Themselves and Each Other so Badly?

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This is from Patriot UpDate.

Black lives only matter when they involve a thug with a lengthy criminal record gets killed by a white police officer.

I find the “Black-Lives-Matter” movement confusing and even a little hard to take. We now have demonstrators showing up at any event where they might garner free publicity carrying signs and wearing t-shirts which read “Black Lives Matter.” The obvious implication of the signs and t-shirts is that black lives don’t matter. Thus the demonstrators are forced to take to the streets to protest this outrage. The problem with the presumption behind the “Black-Lives-Matter” movement is that it seems that black lives do matter to everyone except blacks.

Dr. Ben Carson was asked for his thoughts concerning “Black Lives Matter” as he strolled through the streets of Harlem recently. I suspect his response was not what the audience gathered there wanted to hear. His response is summarized succinctly by the title of this column: “If black lives matter why do blacks treat themselves and each other so badly?” Carson turned the question around on the individual who asked it and gave a pointed lecture on personal responsibility and the destructiveness of government dependence.

I thought Carson’s lecture to that crowd in Harlem was the perfect antidote to those who carry signs and wear t-shirts displaying the message that “Black Lives Matter” but do nothing to demonstrate the fact. Consequently, I would like to ask the leaders of this movement several questions:

  • If black lives matter, why are so many young black men killed every day in America by other young black men? The “Black-Lives-Matter” movement grew out of several instances in which police officers shot and killed young black men in circumstances some black leaders found questionable (e.g. Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri). But the hard truth is that in cities such as Chicago, New York, Detroit, and Baltimore to name just a few, young black men kill more black people in a week than all of the police officers in America kill in a year. Further, whereas the majority of instances in which police officers kill black men can be classified as justifiable homicide, when young black men kill each other the incident typically amounts to murder. Can the BLM demonstrators really claim that black lives matter to black people when black-on-black murder is the leading cause of death for young black men?
  • If black lives matter, why are so many black babies aborted every year? Since 1973 more than 13 million black babies have been aborted. On average, 1,876 black babies are aborted every day in America. Black women are five times more likely to have an abortion than white women. Take away abortion and the black community in America would now number more than 52 million people instead of the current 36 million. This incredible loss of human resources represents more than just a self-inflicted wound, it is genocide by choice. It amounts to blacks killing blacks. When black women choose of their own free will to abort 1,876 black babies every day, can the BLM demonstrators continue to pretend that black lives matter to black people?
  • If black lives matter, why do so many black men father children and then abandon them? The overwhelming majority (72 percent) of black children are born to unmarried mothers. Consider what is widely known about young people who grow up without a father: a) 63 percent of youth suicide victims are from fatherless families, b) 90 percent of all homeless children and runaways are from fatherless families, c) 85 percent of children who display behavioral disorders are from fatherless families, and d) 80 percent of rapists with anger problems are from fatherless families. With these facts widely known, how can BLM demonstrators claim that black lives matter to black people?

Other questions concerning crime, dropout rates, and drug use could also be asked, but the point has been sufficiently made. The Black-Lives-Matter movement is misguided and even hypocritical. Those who carry the signs and wear the t-shirts have no credibility because they are aiming their anger at the wrong people. If they are angry because they believe black lives do not matter, they need only look in the mirror to see why this is the case. If BLM demonstrators want to protest, let them carry their signs in front of abortion clinics that kill black babies every day in epidemic numbers. Let them march through inner-city ghettos where young black men from rival gangs shoot each other down with regularity. Let them take their demonstrations to those irresponsible cowards who father babies and then abandon them. Do these things and maybe black live s will begin to matter as much to other blacks as they do to the rest of us.

Dr. Ben Carson: Ebola Patients Should NOT Be In The United States for Treatment Warning Graphic Images


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When I heard the Ebola patients were being brought to America I said is Why the Hell is this happening?

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Dr. Ben Carson on Fox News says that he would NOT have brought the two medical missionaries in Africa back to America for treatment.

His position is that viruses can undergo mutation and be transmittable in other ways..
He said the people who contracted this virus KNEW the risks when they agreed to the mission work they were involved in and also knew how to protect themselves yet they still contracted the virus.

He also said the virus can stay alive up to two days outside the body.
In addition he said that the health and well being of the population of the United States must be given first priority.

Dr. Carson says we should have treated the individuals there and only returned them back to the states when they were well.
Carson criticized the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) pointed out we could send a hospital equipped plane or set up a properly equipped hospital on location in Africa.

The former director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins University and Hospital, explained a simple medical mistake could cause the disease to spread within the borders of the United States because the bodily fluids of an infected patients remain infected for many days.

When questioned whether the fear in the Untied States is a valid, Carson answered, “It is very real. It is a highly contagious disease and all it requires is some infractions in procedures and all of a sudden you have got more spread and that’s what I’m afraid of.”
Then there’s this:

Dr. Carson emphasized that bringing the virus here also introduces the risk of someone selling contaminated lab work from the patients for a large sum of money and releasing it to cause an outbreak in America.

There there is this..

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Here are a few examples of the effects of ebola on patients.


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Ben Carson’s Outrage

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This is from World Net Daily.

Dr.Ben Carson is so right on.

Could he be elected president?

If we ever forget that we are One Nation Under God, then we will be a nation gone under.

Ronald Reagan


Saul Alinsky or Alexander Solzhenitsyn? Whose path will America follow?

Dr. Ben Carson, a noted author, brain surgeon and possible Republican candidate for president, says the country has already gone far down the path of Alinsky, but it’s not too late to pull back from the brink of authoritarian socialism.

As Americans prepared to celebrate their freedom this Independence Day, Carson sat down with WND founder and CEO Joseph Farah and offered a sobering view of the current state of the country.

In the light of NSA spying, government taking over health care and the IRS intimidating tea-party activists, Farah asked if there were any lessons that could be drawn from Solzhenitsyn’s experience living under Soviet communism during the Cold War.

“I remember back in the day, Solzhenitsyn was asked ‘what went wrong in the Soviet Union’ and what made it the nightmare police state that it was?” Farah said. “And he said, ‘We forgot about God.’”

Carson agreed with that assessment. He said he encourages people to read the works of not just Solzhenitsyn, but those of his historic adversaries – Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and Alinsky.

“They asked themselves what it would take to bring America into alignment, to achieve their one-world vision and their utopian society,” Carson said.

The answer became obvious. Attack, attack, attack, at the nation’s soul, and stir up divisions at every level of American society – women against men, old against young, race against race, rich against poor.

“They said, you know, the problem with America is that they’re too strong. They have a couple of very strong pillars. The family, the traditional family, and their Judeo-Christian values,” Carson said. “You need to attack those things constantly, bring them down, and you will level the United States. You see the constant attacks in our country now.”

A pre-fascist or pre-revolutionary society typically breaks down into warring factions that stop talking to each other. That seems to be the place America has fallen into, and Carson addresses those divisions in his new book “One Nation: What We Need to Do to Save America’s Future.”

Carson seemed most impassioned when he was talking about how conservatives can stay engaged, stay informed and win back the country from those who would seek to “fundamentally change” its system of representative democracy under limited government.

“I emphasize in that book the importance of people using their sphere of influence. That’s how you get around the liberal media. You need to talk to your uncle, who hasn’t voted in 20 years, about what’s going on. You need to start talking to your neighbors, even if they’re liberals, talk to them,” Carson said. “Because, what happens is, a lot of people who are liberals really haven’t thought their positions through. And they listen to their leaders who try to demonize people. They listen to those people who believe in the Saul Alinsky philosophy. One of his rules: Never have a conversation with your adversary, because that humanizes them. And your job is to demonize them. They don’t want you to talk.”

Carson said that philosophy is on full display in the halls of American universities, which were once bastions of open dialogue and free thought. Now, they’re more like intellectual prisons ruled by thought police.


“That’s why, at your universities now, they say, ‘we don’t want to hear this person, we don’t want anybody to hear them,’” Carson said. “If they have a business we want to tear it down, if they have a reputation we want to get rid of it.

“This is pre-fascist thinking. A lot of the liberals don’t realize that. They don’t know that they’re being used. As Lenin said, you know, useful idiots. We can use these people to actually change America and they won’t even know that they are our puppets and we are using them.”

Carson likened the pre-fascist state to a married couple heading toward divorce. First they stop talking to each other, “then the next thing you know their partner is the devil incarnate.”

Separation and divorce follows. When it’s a nation involved, this pre-fascist condition can lead to chaos and lawlessness.

But when people begin to have conversations, and actually talk about the kind of America they would like to pass on to their children, walls break down.

“And a lot of people will begin to realize, hey, you know, you are not my enemy. My enemy is this person, who is trying to fundamentally change America and change it for my children and my grandchildren,” Carson said.

He cited “The Naked Communist,” a book written in 1958 by Cleon Skousen, as laying out the strategy of those who want to usher in this new America.

“It lays out the whole agenda including getting people in important positions in the mainstream media so they could drive the agenda and that’s what’s happening now,” Carson said. “The media does not have the answers. We need to just move around them.”

Carson said most people who hold fast to traditional Judeo-Christian values tend to fold their tents too quickly and bow to the forces of political correctness.

“Part of the problem is we back down too easily,” he said. “I remember some years ago the lawyers came to my wife and me and said ‘you can’t put your ‘Think BIG’ banners up in public school because each of the letters means something and the G stood for God and there can be no government support for religious expression.’ I said ‘the Constitution also says there can be no government suppression of religious expression.’ So we had a vigorous discussion.”

He was later allowed to put up his banner.

A lack of leadership

Carson also cited a vacuum of spiritual leadership in the land. He called out American clergy, many of whom he said tend to shrink from their duty to preach the word of God. He said it’s easy to avoid the issue of decaying morals that are eating away at the American family.

“The clergy in our nation has largely adopted a go-along to get-along attitude,” he said. “We don’t want anyone to see us as bad guys, so you know, what the word of God says, eh, that’s old stuff. We want to talk about the modern era, without really looking at the consequences.”

People with Judeo-Christian values, “have to be willing to stand up for what they believe, because the secular progressives will keep pushing until they meet resistance,” Carson said. “They will never stop. So, if you have adopted a go-along to get along attitude, then they win by default. You continue to lose ground, forever. That’s what’s happening to the values in our country right now.”

He said many cultural conservatives feel beaten, but in his travels across the states he is seeing signs that people who had given up are starting to reawaken.

“Basically, if you look in our public schools and in our universities, they teach, well, there’s not really any right, there’s not any wrong. It’s all relative. It’s a matter of how you look at it. Those were the exact things that happened to the Roman Empire. They lost their identity, they lost their value system. They lost their vision. They lost their nation.”

So while those with traditional values may still make up the silent majority, silence won’t get the job done, he said.

Fear seems to be paralyzing a lot of hard-working Americans who know something’s not right in the country.

“They’ve been beaten down. They’ve been beaten into submission, (wondering) am I going to lose my job? Am I going to get an IRS audit? This is not America when that’s going on,” Carson said. “I can’t tell you how many people I run into from Eastern bloc countries who say, they’re terrified. Because they came here to escape that. Now the same thing is happening here.”

So the key is to defy the Alinsky divide-and-conquer strategy and resist the loud voices on the mainstream media.

“There are elements that don’t like our system. They want to change us into the, quote, utopian society, and in order to do that they have to make what we’re doing now seem as though it doesn’t work. So, they drive wedges into every little crack to create a war,” Carson said.

“There’s a war on women, race wars, age wars, income wars, religion wars. You name it, there is a war on it. All of which is straight out of the pages of ‘Rules for Radicals’ by Saul Alinsky.

“What we have to do is rise above it. Stop allowing ourselves to be so easily manipulated.

“And one of the best ways not to be easily manipulated is to be educated. You have to actually know stuff.”

Speaking from a position of knowledge is always more effective, and that takes time and effort.

“The founders of our nation said our system of government and our freedom is dependent on a well-informed and educated populace,” Carson said. “They knew if we weren’t like that the nature of the country would drastically change quite quickly. Along would come slick politicians, dishonest media and people who don’t have a good base of knowledge could be easily manipulated.”

What’s lacking is the desire to inform one’s self, he said.

“Go on the street and ask who sings the appy song, and most of them will know,” Carson said. “But you ask about Benghazi and they won’t know about that. Is that a singer? It sounds like it could be a singer.”

Most people go into the voting booth looking for a “D” or an “R” or a recognizable name, he said. “So a country that doesn’t have a vision, that is kind of forgetting who it is, will naturally kind of deteriorate into a bunch of factions. When we throw away those values that made our country great, you’re going to see a concomitant deterioration.”

Yet, the media focuses on the distractions of the day.

Instead of Benghazi, Americans are subjected to chatter about the merits of the Washington “Redskins” and whether the team’s name might “offend” someone.

Marijuana is now considered good, but sugar is taboo.

“Why are they talking about how much sugar is in the beverage that you are drinking? Not that that’s not important but we need to look at the things that are truly having a deleterious effect on our country,” Carson said. “And stop this subterfuge. Why so much distraction.

“Why are we more concerned about the trademark issue with the Redskins? Give me a break. When we’ve got Benghazi going on, and Fast and Furious going on, and the IRS going on. And we’re talking about a trademark for the Redskins?

“It’s the whole idea of political correctness. I talk a lot about it in the book, because I think it’s destructive.”

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