Liberals’ Use of Black People (Part II)


This is by Walter E. Williams in Town Hall.


Last week’s column focused on the ways liberals use blacks in pursuit of their leftist agenda, plus their demeaning attitudes toward black people. Most demeaning are their double standards. It was recently reported that Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.), the House majority whip, spoke at a 2002 gathering hosted by white supremacist leaders when he was a Louisiana state representative. Some are calling on Scalise to step down or for House Speaker John Boehner to fire him. There’s no claim that Scalise made racist statements.

Hardly anyone blinks an eye at the Rev. Al Sharpton’s racist statements, such as: “White folks was in the caves while we (blacks) was building empires. … We built pyramids before Donald Trump ever knew what architecture was. … We taught philosophy and astrology and mathematics before Socrates and them Greek homos ever got around to it.”

Sharpton again: “So (if) some cracker come and tell you ‘Well, my mother and father blood go back to the Mayflower,’ you better hold your pocket. That ain’t nothing to be proud of. That means their forefathers was crooks.” Sharpton also offered, “If the Jews want to get it on, tell them to pin their yarmulkes back and come over to my house.”

Despite such racism, President Barack Obama has made Sharpton his go-to guy on matters of race. But not to worry. Obama himself spent 20 years listening to the Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s anti-Semitic and racist sermons. The news media and intellectual elite don’t condemn Sharpton or Obama, because they have two standards of behavior: one for whites and a lower one for blacks.

The news media’s narrative about the police shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, is that a white cop shot and killed an unarmed black man who was holding his hands up. Their New York City narrative is that a white cop used a chokehold that killed a black man. The news media people and their liberal allies know the facts, but they need to promote the appearance of injustice to keep black people in a state of grievance.

During grand jury testimony about the Ferguson incident, seven black witnesses testified that Michael Brown was charging the policeman when he was shot. The autopsies, performed by three sets of forensic experts, including one representing Brown’s family, confirmed Officer Darren Wilson’s version of the event. The news media’s narrative of Eric Garner’s death in New York is that he died because a chokehold had stopped his breathing. He actually died later, in an ambulance, where his heart stopped while being taken to a hospital. The chokehold was instrumental in triggering Garner’s pre-existing health problems of acute and chronic bronchial asthma, obesity and heart disease, but he was not choked to death as claimed by the media. Both Brown and Garner would be alive today if they had not resisted arrest. But pointing that out would not serve the purpose of keeping blacks in a perpetual state of grievance.

I’m old enough to remember the racist lynching mentality of yesteryear. Regardless of the evidence, if a white woman merely accused a black man of raping her, the man was all but dead. Emmett Till, a Chicago teenager visiting relatives in Money, Mississippi, during the summer of 1955, was accused of flirting with a white woman. Klansmen took him to a barn. They beat him and gouged out one of his eyes. Then they shot him in the head and tossed his body in the Tallahatchie River.

The New York Times published the street name on which Officer Wilson lived. Had the frenzied mob caught up with him, regardless of evidence, he might have suffered the same fate as Till.

Multiethnic societies are inherently unstable, and how we handle matters of race is contributing to that instability. Decent Americans should see the dangers posed by America’s race hustlers, who are stacking up piles of combustible racial kindling, ready for a racial arsonist to set it ablaze.×9&widgetId=2&trackingGroup=69017


Obama renews vow to ‘stamp out’ racism

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This is from The Hill.

I will believe Obama is serious about racism when he denounces Al Sharpton,Jessie Jackson,Jeremiah Wright and himself.



President Obama marked the 60th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education ruling by recommitting to “the long struggle to stamp out bigotry and racism in all their forms.”

On Friday at the White House, the president hosted lead attorneys, members of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and some relatives of the thirteen Topeka, Kan., families who sued over their school district’s racial segregation policies in the landmark 1954 civil rights case.

Obama said in a statement that the ruling was “the first major step in dismantling the ‘separate but equal’ doctrine that justified Jim Crow,” the racial segregation laws that were in place at the state and local level across the South.

“As we commemorate this historic anniversary, we recommit ourselves to the long struggle to stamp out bigotry and racism in all their forms,” Obama said. “We reaffirm our belief that all children deserve an education worthy of their promise. And we remember that change did not come overnight, that it took many years and a nationwide movement to fully realize the dream of civil rights for all of God’s children.”

First lady Michelle Obama marked the anniversary Friday by visiting Topeka, Kansas, the site of the lawsuit that sparked the case. In a rousing speech, the first lady told Kansas high school graduates they could keep the legacy of the Brown v. Board of Education decision alive by battling everyday racism, from stereotypes to hateful jokes.

“When you encounter folks who still hold the old prejudices because they’ve only been around folks like themselves, when you meet folks who think they know all the answers because they’ve never heard any other viewpoints, it is up to you to help them see things differently,” the first lady said.

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The 25 Stupidest Liberal Quotes Of The Last Decade

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This is from Joe For America.

This says it all.



25) Seniors love getting junk mail. It’s sometimes their only way of communicating or feeling like they’re part of the real world. — Harry Reid

24)The number one job facing the middle class, and it happens to be, as Barack says, a three-letter word: jobs. J-O-B-S. — Joe Biden

23) I took a poo in the woods hunched over like an animal. It was awesome. — Drew Barrymore

22) Hillary Clinton and Barack Hussein Obama cannot win, and they are put in place to assure a victory by Mitt Romney… this is the plan of all the insurance companies that are owned by Mormon interests. It is unfolding as the Mormon Church planned over the last fifty years. —Roseanne Barr

21) I do believe that it’s the first time in history that fire has ever melted steel. I do believe that it defies physics that World Trade Center tower 7 — building 7, which collapsed in on itself — it is impossible for a building to fall the way it fell without explosives being involved. World Trade Center 7. World Trade [Center] 1 and 2 got hit by planes — 7, miraculously, the first time in history, steel was melted by fire. It is physically impossible. — Rosie O’Donnell talks Trutherism

20) Isn’t it a little racist to call it Black Friday? — Joy Behar

19) A good place to start a more civil dialog would be for my Republican colleagues in the House to change the name of the bill they have introduced to repeal health care reform. The bill, titled the “Repeal the Job Killing Health Care Law Act,” was set to come up for a vote this week, but in the wake of Gabby’s shooting, it has been postponed at least until next week. Don’t get me wrong — I’m not suggesting that the name of that one piece of legislation somehow led to the horror of this weekend — but is it really necessary to put the word “killing” in the title of a major piece of legislation? — Chellie Pingree, Congresswoman (D-ME)

18) The Republican Party is saying that the President of the United States has bosses, that the union bosses this President around, the unions boss him around. Does that sound to you like they are trying to consciously or subconsciously deliver the racist message that, of course, of course a black man can’t be the real boss? — Lawrence O’Donnell

17) Herman Cain is probably well-liked by some of the Republicans because it hides the racist elements of the Republican Party, conservative movement and tea party movement. People like Karl Rove like to keep the racism very covert and so Herman Cain provides this great opportunity so he can say, ‘Look: This is not a racist anti-immigrant, anti-female, anti-gay movement. Look: We have a black man.’ And look he’s polling well and he won a straw poll. — Janeane Garofalo

16) If we want to keep our reproductive rights, we must be willing to tell our stories, to be willing and able to say, “I love my life, but I wish my mother had aborted me.” — Lynn Beisner, the Guardian

15) Is there such a thing as a man-made stroke? In other words, did someone do this to (Democratic Senator Tim Johnson)? …I know what this [Republican] party is capable of. — Joy Behar on The View

14) Civil rights laws were not passed to protect the rights of white men and do not apply to them. — Mary Frances Berry, former Chairwoman, US Commission on Civil Rights

13) Now, people when I say that look at me and say, ‘What are you talking about, Joe? You’re telling me we have to go spend money to keep from going bankrupt?’ The answer is yes, that’s what I’m telling you. — Joe Biden

12) Those flowers were picked by illegal immigrants. And they’re not voting for you, b*tch. — Joy Behar after receiving flowers from Sharon Angle

11) During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet. — Al Gore

10) Every month that we do not have an economic recovery package 500 million Americans lose their jobs. — Nancy Pelosi

9) Watching both the health care and climate/energy debates in Congress, it is hard not to draw the following conclusion: There is only one thing worse than one-party autocracy, and that is one-party democracy, which is what we have in America today. One-party autocracy certainly has its drawbacks. But when it is led by a reasonably enlightened group of people, as China is today, it can also have great advantages. — Thomas Friedman

8) I root for hurricanes. When, courtesy of the Weather Channel, I see one forming in the ocean off the coast of Africa, I find myself longing for it to become big and strong–Mother Nature’s fist of fury, Gaia’s stern rebuke. Considering the havoc mankind has wreaked upon nature with deforesting, stripmining, and the destruction of animal habitat, it only seems fair that nature get some of its own back and teach us that there are forces greater than our own. — James Wolcott, Vanity Fair

7) Over the last 15 months, we’ve traveled to every corner of the United States. I’ve now been in 57 states? I think one left to go. — Barack Obama

6) The government lied about inventing the HIV virus as a means of genocide against people of color. The government lied. — Jeremiah Wright

5) How do we know when someone like Hasan is going to make his move and do we know he’s an Islamist until he’s made his move? He makes a phone call or whatever, according to Reuters right now. Apparently he tried to contact al-Qaida. Is that the point at which you say, “This guy is dangerous?” That’s not a crime to call up al-Qaida, is it? Is it? I mean, where do you stop the guy? — Chris Matthews

4) The medical term for Down Syndrome is Trisomy-21 or Trisomy-g. It is often shortened in medical slang to Tri-g. Is it not perfectly possible that the very name given to this poor child, being reared by Bristol, is another form of mockery of his condition, along with the “retarded baby” tag? And does the way in which this poor child was hauled around the country on a book tour, being dragged out in front of flash photographs in the middle of the night, barely clothed, suggest someone who actually cares for children with special needs, or rather sees them as a way to keep the spotlight on her? — Andrew Sullivan

3) I propose a limitation be put on how many sqares [sic] of toilet paper can be used in any one sitting. Now, I don’t want to rob any law-abiding American of his or her God-given rights, but I think we are an industrious enough people that we can make it work with only one square per restroom visit, except, of course, on those pesky occasions where 2 to 3 could be required. — Sheryl Crow at the Huffington Post

2) Had a powerful meditation just now — caused an earthquake in Southern California. …Was meditating on Shiva mantra & earth began to shake. Sorry about that. —Deepak Chopra thinks his meditation can cause earthquakes

1) My fear is that the whole island (of Guam) will become so overly populated that it will tip over and capsize. —Democrat Congressman Hank Johnson

Jeremiah Wright Compares Tea Party to Lynch Mobs

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This is from Town Hall.

Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.would be deeply hurt  by the racial hatred being preached by Wright and Obama.

If the Tea Party is a lynch mob 2.0  wasn’t Jereimah Wright lynched in 2008 after this speech became known?

It is elementary my Dear Watson the Tea Party does not have

nor never will have a lynch mob mentality.

To “celebrate” Martin Luther King Day, President Obama’s former pastor, Jeremiah Wright, preached a little hatred:

To “celebrate” Martin Luther King Day, President Obama’s former pastor, Jeremiah Wright, preached a little hatred:

From Delaware Online:

“Tell your children we have some unfinished business on the agenda with the voting rights bill gutted by a right-wing dominated Supreme Court … with mass incarceration robbing black and brown communities of any positive future … with jobs being shipped overseas … with one branch of the tea party being nothing but a 2.0 upgrade of the lynch mobs … with some folks doing everything they can to get that black man out of their White House.”

Given that President Obama sat in this man’s church for twenty years, was married by him, and allowed him to baptize his children, perhaps it’s not surprising that the President, too, seems to see far too much of the world in terms of racial animus.

One wonders what Dr. King — a man who struggled with grace and nobility against real racial animus — would think of both of them.

We must never forget Jeremiah Wright’s hate filled rant we learned about in 2008.

VIDEO: Rev. Wright Trashes Obama At Chicago Union Event

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This is from the Shark Tank.

It seems Obama’s chickens are coming home to roost.

Jeremiah Wright seems to have fallen out of love with Obama.


President Obama’s former pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, gave a controversial speech to the Chicago Teachers Union on Wednesday. His fiery speech, which was meant to commemorate the life of Martin Luther King Jr., was partly aimed at Obama.

This comes as a surprise to many, since Wright and Obama were once very close.

One attendee managed to record a small part of Wright’s speech, even though cameras were not allowed in the event:

Wright allegedly said, “We need to teach the truth about our politicians, from Bush to Barack. Because very clearly it is not about the person, it is about the policies of this government. King said ‘I have a dream.’ Barack said, ‘I have a drone.’”

He then responded to one attendee and said of Obama, “That’s not the man of peace that you just talked about. That’s a man controlled by government.”

Wright went on to discuss Obama’s alleged kill list, which the White House checks “every Tuesday” and “decides who they’re going to kill this week.”

According to FOX reporter Griff Jenkins, who was present at the event, Wright only said negative things about Obama.

Appearing on Greta VanSusteren’s FOX show, Jenkins said, “No, there were no complimentary remarks whatsoever. We haven’t seen Reverend Wright in a while. He is back and he is just the same as always, fired up, very incendiary.”

So fired up, in fact, that Wright even slammed Abraham Lincoln at the event. According the Sun-Times, the preacher said, “Abraham Lincoln liked to tell darkie jokes. He liked to hear darkie jokes and he used the N-word incessantly.”

Race War in America – Fomented by Our President?

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This is from Clash Daily.

Obama has done more to destroy The Dream and

Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Will an all out race war happen?

Lets pray relations improve before that happens.


Racism:  poor treatment of or violence against people because of their race; the belief that some races of people are better than others.

Have you noticed we’ve stopped talking about ways to overcome racism?  We appear to have allowed the problem to overwhelm any consideration of solutions.   Most of our talk these days focuses on making accusations, on race-baiting, on using race as a way to control or demonize or manipulate others. Moron talk in the NFL consumes the air waves, not as a basis for exploring remedies, but merely for entertainment value.  Racism is no longer a social ill.  It’s a political weapon.

dream-to-nightmareDr. Martin Luther King, Jr. never pulled a punch speaking about injustice, but he didn’t leave it there, like so many do today.  No, instead he moved the discussion forward, emphasizing two parallel subjects: non-violent activism, and racial reconciliation.

Why did he do that?  Moved by the Spirit, he was an agent of true progress, a patriot and a man of God, interested in everyone’s betterment, regardless of race.  He urged us to live up to our ideals and form a more perfect union, saying character was far more important that skin pigment, so that’s where our focus should remain.

Do we have that kind of leadership today?

In 2008 there was a glimmer of hope.  Even though I knew Barack Obama was a dyed-in-the-wool communist and radical community organizer hostile to America and Christianity, when he spoke about race back then, I was inspired.   He spoke about having the tough conversations.  He challenged black men to take responsibility.  He asked that we all engage a new conversation about our prejudices and honestly work out our differences for the sake of future generations.  He sang the glories of our Constitution and our Founding principles.

Now we know it was all smoke and mirrors, just another head fake.  Now we understand his only purpose was to salvage his campaign, because his prospects had dimmed given revelations about Jeremiah “G**da*n America” Wright.  Now we realize Obama sat under Wright’s authority for 20 years applauding teaching that encouraged fear, bigotry, division and hatred.  Now we perceive Wright and Obama are people willing to aggravate racial tensions to achieve political goals.

Today, we understand Obama’s hostility toward whites, planted in him at an early age, was brought to full flower by the likes of Saul Alinsky and Jeremiah Wright, that Obama’s hostility and prejudicial thinking toward whites is as racist as any hostility directed toward blacks by white racists.  And never forget, Obama called his own grandmother a racist, calling her a “typical white person” when she expressed fear of blacks.  Read Obama’s books.  He tells you flat out what he thinks about whites.

His tragedy is this: he is so steeped in this rancorous thinking, it imprisons him.  Notice how he never takes responsibility, he never acknowledges fault, yet he is quick to demonize all opposition.  He cannot change his mind or truly apologize, because he believes he is thoroughly correct.  His distinct lack of humility is what makes him especially dangerous.  Worse, he displays a lack of conscience. People are just pawns.
As to his attitudes toward blacks . . .

In the wake of Obama’s 2008 speech on race, Jesse Jackson was caught making an astounding remark.  In an unguarded moment, not realizing a hot microphone was nearby, Jackson said Obama “talks down to black people.”  Jackson was so angered by this, he said: “I’d like to cut his nuts off.” (Threatening this kind of violence is a crime.  You can be sure, had a white man threatened to cut Obama, he would have been arrested.)

Referencing the definition of racism above, and in light of Jackson’s remarks, it is not a stretch to say Obama considers himself superior to most black people, for only one harboring an attitude of superiority “talks down” to others.   That attitude of superiority pegs Obama as one harboring racist attitudes toward blacks in America, people with whom he has no real affinity, raised as he was in Hawaii attending private school, provided all the advantages, and suffering few of the experiences personally that blacks have encountered for decades.

But there is more.  Please notice that Obama’s comments about race these last five years have rarely, if ever, addressed the lofty goals and ideals he expressed in 2008, expressions akin to those of Dr. King.   Rather, his remarks have tended to aggravate tensions.  From the Trayvon Martin tragedy to the incident involving the Cambridge Police Department, or in endorsing Eric Holder’s prejudicial enforcement policies involving the Black Panthers, Obama has jumped in with words and deeds that separate people, turning them against one another.

Waves of black on black violence have gone unattended by this administration.  The vast increase in black on white violence seen in the wake of the Trayvon Martin verdict, all ignored by this President and his people.  Obama has not said one word about the excesses of an Al Sharpton or a Louis Farrakhan.  He has done nothing to solve problems.  He has done many things to aggravate them.

And why?

There can only be one reasonable explanation, and it is found in the dark thoughts germinated in Obama’s mind by adults who used him and prepared him to fulfill their grand communist vision.  From Obama’s mother to his grandparents to his “mentor” to his teachers and fellow students, to radical Jihadists introduced to him early on, and communists like Saul Alinsky and Bill Ayers, Obama has been inculcated with the attitude that America is evil, and capitalism is only an enslavement tool of the oppressors.  Based on those presuppositions, the “fundamental transformation” of America involves the destruction of America, and capitalism, to make way for a socialist state leading to a communist utopia.

Those have been and always will be the goals of the Obamas and all their cohorts.  They truly believe by sheer human will and intelligence they will create a central government so benevolent and so steep in social justice that all will have the same income, and the same outcomes, except the elites, of course.  All the great dictators have shared these same beliefs.  Saul Alinsky merely translated them into application as coaching points for community organizers.

The strategy is: conquer from within.  The tactics: infiltrate to divide and conquer, any means are justified to achieve the end.

Obama is the greatest infiltrator of all time.  Remarkably, given his bigotry toward whites and indigenous blacks, he is perfectly situated to pit one group against another.  Divide and conquer.  Who better to foment a race war than a racist cutting both ways, especially if armed with 60 million voters and a vast war chest?

As Stalin said, you have to break a few eggs to make an omelet. In Stalin’s case, that meant starving 10 million Ukrainians, and lining up tens of thousands more in front of firing squads.

In Obama’s case, it means taking his teachers’ advice seriously — any means to achieve the end — even if it means starting a race war.   And despite the fact blacks in America are far worse off economically thanks to Obamanomics, the vast majority of them continue to support him only because of the color of his skin, no matter how many times he “talks down” to them, issues false promises, and encourages them to ignore Dr. King, to everyone’s injury.

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THE NEW ANT and the Grasshopper

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This came in an email.

It is an oldie but it is oh so true.


Please read the old version and then be SURE to read the new version.  Kinda shows us where we are headed.
THE NEW ANT and the

Grasshopper, Two Versions:

The ANT 

This one is a little different….

Two Different Versions …

Two Different Morals 


The ant works
hard in the withering heat all summer

long, building his house and laying up supplies for the


The grasshopper 
thinks the ant is a fool and laughs

and dances and plays the summer away.

Come winter, the ant is warm

and well fed.

The grasshopper has
no food or shelter, so he
dies out in the cold.


Be responsible for



The ant works hard
in the withering heat and the rain all

summer long, building his house
and laying up supplies for the


The grasshopper thinks the ant

is a fool and laughs and dances and plays

the summer away.

Come winter, the shiveringgrasshopper

calls a press conference and demands to

know why the ant should be
allowed to be warm and well fed while he

is cold and starving..

and ABC show up to
provide pictures of the shivering
next to a video of the ant

in his comfortable home with a table

filled with food.
America is stunned by the sharp


How can this be, that in a country of such

wealth, this poor grasshopper 
is allowed to suffer so?

Kermit the Frog appears
on Oprah 
with the grasshopper 
and everybody cries when they sing, ‘It’s

Not EasyBeing Green …’

Occupy the Anthill stages
a demonstration in front of theant’s

house where the news stations film the

SEIU group singing, We shall


Then Rev. Jeremiah Wright

has the group kneel down to pray for the
grasshopper’s sake,
while he damns the ants .

President Obama condemns theant 
and blames
President Bush 43, President Bush 41,

President Reagan, Christopher Columbus, and the

for the grasshopper’s 

Nancy Pelosi & Harry Reid

exclaim in an interview with Larry

King that the ant has
gotten rich off the back of the

grasshopper ,
and both call for an immediate tax hike on

the ant to make him pay his fair share.

Finally, the EEOC drafts

the Economic Equity &

Anti-Grasshopper Act 
retroactive to the beginning of

the summer.

The ant is fined for failing to

hire a proportionate number
of green bugs and,
having nothing left to pay his retroactive

taxes, his home is confiscated by the Government Green Czar 
and given to the grasshopper


The story ends as we see the
and his free-loading friends finishing up

the last bits of the ant’s food while the government house he is in,

which, as you recall, just happens to be the ant’s old house,

crumbles around them because the
grasshopper doesn’t maintain it.

The ant has disappeared in the

snow, never to be seen again.

The grasshopper is found dead in a

drug related incident, and the house, now abandoned, is taken
over by a gang of spiders who

terrorize the ramshackle, once prosperous   and peaceful,


The entire Nation collapses

bringing the rest
of the free world with it.


Be careful how you vote in 2014 and


I’ve sent this to you because I believe

that you are an ant 
not a grasshopper !

Make sure that you pass 
this on to other ants .

Don’t bother sending 
it on to any grasshoppers 
because they wouldn’t 
understand it, anyway



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This is from Breitbarts Big Holly Wood.

It is time to tell PepsiCo to drop Lil’ Wayne as their spokesman

for Mountain Dew.

If the keep this little pos we will boycott all of their products.

Hopefully he will shoot himself  again and get it right.

I was emailed by PepsiCo. they have dropped Lil’Wayne.

The Rev. Jeremiah Wright may have a new favorite rapper.

Lil’ Wayne’s video for the song God Bless America features the outspoken star stomping on the American flag, according to footage taken during the video shoot. That’s not all Lil’ Wayne has to say about his homeland. The song’s lyrics are equally blunt in their distaste for the country.

My country, tis of thee / Sweet land of kill them all and let them die / So God bless America, this so Godless America.”

Time magazine once called Lil’ Wayne the best rapper alive. The star’s life outside the recording booth has been less than tranquil. He once accidentally shot himself in the chest, got arrested on felony drug charges and served an eight-month sentence on weapons charges.

Fanning the flames of left-wing violence

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This is from Clash Daily.

The left does daily what it accuses the right of doing spreading hate.

The left is constantly fanning the flames of hatred.

The Southern Poverty Law Center spreads lies and disinformation.

They lied about the Family Research Council being a hate group.

The SPLC fanned the flames of hatred in the heart of Floyd Corkins.

That hatred led to the shooting of Leo Johnson at the Family Research Council.

While Floyd Corkins is solely responsible for firing the shots.

The Southern Poverty Law Center started the fire of hate.


To borrow from President Obama’s Black Nationalist mentor, Jeremiah Wright, the Southern Poverty Law Center’s hate-baiting chickens “have come home to roost.” The hard-left group has become everything it presumes to expose.

On Wednesday, homosexual activist Floyd Corkins entered the Washington-based Family Research Council (FRC) armed with a gun and a backpack full of ammunition. He also had 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches (FRC recently defended the food chain’s COO Dan Cathy for pro-natural marriage statements).

The only thing standing between Corkins and mass murder was FRC facilities manager and security specialist Leo Johnson. As Corkins shouted disapproval for FRC’s “politics,” he shot Johnson who, despite a severely wounded arm, managed to tackle Corkins and disarm him (of course, this is all impossible as it’s illegal in Washington, D.C., to carry a concealed weapon).

Of Johnson’s actions, D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier said, “The security guard here is a hero, as far as I’m concerned.”

I agree.

Upon hearing of Leo’s selfless act of heroism, I was reminded of John 15:13: “Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friends.”

But according to the SPLC, Leo’s heart is, instead, full of hate. In fact, everyone at FRC is hateful. After all, in 2010 the SPLC, with much fanfare, “officially certified” FRC as a “hate group” for its orthodox Christian positions on marriage and family.

Alongside violence-charged photos of actual hate groups like the Aryan Brotherhood and the KKK, the SPLC lists on its website the decidedly mainstream and always peaceful FRC.

It’s a clever strategy, dishonest and reprehensible though it may be. By juxtaposing FRC and other Christian organizations with violent extremist groups, SPLC has engaged in intellectual sloth at its worst (the organization has repeatedly declined to debate FRC President Tony Perkins over its “hate group” smear).

Rather than debating – on the merits – mainstream Christian groups with which it has ideological disagreement, SPLC has chosen, instead, the coward’s way out: demonization and marginalization through false guilt by association.

It’s a scheme not only slimy, but extremely dangerous.

If ever there were a time I’d prefer not to have been right, now is that time. Back in November 2011, I essentially predicted both the FRC shooting and the SPLC’s undeniable complicity therein.

With a column headlined, “Liberal violence rising,” I wrote, “The SPLC’s dangerous and irresponsible (‘hate group’) disinformation campaign can embolden and give license to like-minded, though less stable, left-wing extremists, creating a climate of true hate. Such a climate is ripe for violence.” (If anyone deserves to be taken out – rationalizes the unbalanced SPLC dupe – its members of this or that evil “hate group” whom, as he’s been repeatedly told, mean him great harm.)

That was before the fact. After the fact – one day after the shooting – Tony Perkins addressed exactly that which I forecast:

“Let me be clear that Floyd Corkins was responsible for firing the shot yesterday,” he told Washington reporters. “But Corkins was given a license to shoot an unarmed man by organizations like the Southern Poverty Law Center that have been reckless in labeling organizations hate groups because they disagree with them on public policy.”

The SPLC “should be held accountable for their reckless use of terminology that is leading to the intimidation and what the FBI here has categorized as an act of domestic terrorism.”

Regrettably, Mr. Perkins finds himself in a uniquely credible position to make this charge.

Still, although there remains a vast ideological divide between the SPLC and the tens of millions of Christian Americans represented by the Family Research Council, the Southern Poverty Law Center now finds itself with a brief window of opportunity to both do the right thing and rehabilitate its badly damaged reputation.

To the SPLC, I say this: Your cynical efforts to dehumanize Christians and equate biblical truth to “hate” are working better than I think even you expected. It’s now within your power to right a horrible wrong and restore a sense of peace and security to the rattled folks at FRC. What a gift that would be.

I appeal to your sense of goodwill. This is not a game. Lives are at stake. I know you have good employees (I’ve met some) who believe they’re doing the right thing; so, please, validate that belief. It’s time to remove your metaphorical “hate group” Star of David from mainstream Christian organizations before another of your ideological allies spills blood.

And to homosexual activists and other liberal groups, I say this: Rise above the fray. Let’s come together. Here is something on which even we can agree. Publicly encourage SPLC to lift this veil of fear.

Media, you, too, are on notice. Remember Wednesday’s shooting next time you even think about repeating SPLC’s “hate group” brand while addressing the Christians upon whom it’s tattooed. You also have share in the blame.

SPLC, hear me now: If, God forbid, something like this – or even worse – happens in the future and you have yet refused to retract and apologize for your “hate group” propaganda, then your hands will forever be stained with the blood of innocents.

Still, either way, we Christians are commanded to speak the truth of Christ “even unto death.”

FRC will not be deterred. “We’re not going anywhere,” Tony Perkins told reporters Thursday. “We’re not backing up; we’re not shutting up,” he vowed. “We feel that – we don’t feel, we know [that] we have been called to speak the truth. Speak it in love, but to speak the truth nonetheless – and we will not be intimidated, we will not be silenced.”

“I was there as [Leo] came to from the anesthesia,” said Perkins, “and I told him, ‘Leo, I want you to know you’re a hero.’ And he thought about it for a minute and he said, ‘You know, this hero business is hard work.’”

Heroes don’t work for “hate groups,” and FRC’s hard work is heroic indeed.

I’m proud to count them my friends.

You should be, too.



Classmate: Obama Sr. Was Soviet Sympathizer

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This is from The Washington Examiner.

Now you can see where Little Barry got his attitude about  Capitalism.

This is one of the facts about Little Barry every Conservative knew.

We also new about Frank Marshall Davis, Saul Alinsky, Cloward and Pivens.

We also knew about Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayers, Bernadine Dorn.

We also knew about all of his radical views and associations.

Most others are the Johnny come lately’s to Obama’s agenda.

‘Viewed communism as a savior’

A former classmate of President Barack Obama’s father claims that as a student, the Presidential sire viewed the Soviet Union as a “liberating force.”

The recollections of Naranhkiri Tith are published in Barack Obama: The Story, a new biography by Washington Post reporter David Maraniss released today.

Tith, the son of a former Cambodian Prime Minister, was a close friend of Barack Obama Sr. in the early 1960s, when as classmates the two carried on what Maraniss describes as “a debating road show on communism.”

Tith tells Maraniss, “I never was a rightist person, but I definitely did not believe in any kind of too-strong propaganda, so that saved me from the communist movement.” Maraniss goes on:

On the other hand, BARE-ick, as he called Obama, seemed taken by the anticolonialist stance of the Soviet Bloc and ‘saw it as a liberating force.’

Tith tells Maraniss he does not “think [Obama Sr.] ever belonged to the Communist Party, but he definitely had a hopeful view of communism….And we shouldn’t forget that he was a minority Luo in Kenya, so he felt a double fight, also with the Kikuyu. It was double jeopardy for him. In any case he felt oppressed twice over.”

President Obama’s father was born in Kenya.

Tith explains Obama’s communist sympathies as a product of the continued British colonization of Kenya. Because Cambodia had achieved independence a decade earlier in 1953, Tith says he “did not feel that kind of pressing issue [Obama Sr.] still felt.”

“So therefore [Obama Sr.] viewed communism as a savior,” Tith tells Maraniss, “whereas my view of communism was totally the opposite of what his was.”

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