Civil Rights Activist Who Marched With Martin Luther King Posts Blunt Billboard About ‘Black Lives Matter’


This is from The Blaze.

How long before the assaults and death threats being against Fred Davis?

“Black lives matter. So let’s quit killing each other.”

One man feels so strongly about that message that he put it in big bold letters on a Memphis, Tennessee, billboard, just steps from where he goes to work everyday.

Image source: WMC-TV

“We’re going to have to wake up. We’re going to have to say to ourselves that black lives matter, and we’re going to have to refrain from killing each other out of our own frustration,” civil rights activist Fred Davis told WMC-TV.

The sign was put up at Airways Boulevard and Park Avenue southeast of downtown. Davis said he wanted to get the message across to people because he was a part of the history.

“I think that gives me a license as an experienced observer to push and to advocate to the black community – let’s stop it,” Davis added.

Image source: WMC-TV

Davis is an Army veteran who served in France for two years. He was also the first black man to receive a masters of business administration degree from the University of Memphis, the first black chairman of the Memphis city council, and walked alongside Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. when the iconic civil rights leader made his last march in Memphis in 1968, the year of his assassination.

Today, Davis has his own insurance agency at the same intersection where he put up the billboard.

Image source: WMC-TV


The message plays off the “black lives matter” phrase that has become a rallying cry across the country in the wake of the deaths of several young black men, some at the hands of white police officers.

Much of the national debate has largely centered around white-on-black shootings and in many cases has failed to mention the number of blacks who die at the hands of other blacks every year. But for the black members of this Memphis neighborhood, the sentiment isn’t quite the same.

“I feel like it’s a great deal for the community,” one man told WMC-TV.

“I feel great about this,” another said.

This isn’t the first time Davis has attracted a lot of attention for a billboard message. In 2013, he put a sign at the same intersection to encourage people to pull up their sagging pants.

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Army Sergeant Has a Simple but Powerful Message for Those Rioting in Baltimore

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This is from Joe For America.

Cue the leftist hate in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.


Some people still have guts in this country – and Army Sargent Marcus Rogers is one of them. His brave, succinct words are something we all need to hear- and a breath of fresh air.

Staff Army Sgt. Marcus Rogers posted a video on his Facebook page on Monday directed at those who are rioting in Baltimore.

Regardless of the circumstances surrounding the death of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old man who died while in police custody, Rogers’ message was clear:

“If you’re out there rioting, you’re out there breaking people’s businesses that they worked hard to build, causing chaos in the streets, you’re out there throwing rocks at police and destroying police cars, do you understand that you’re actually doing more damage than good?

If Martin Luther King were here, a real civil rights leader … he would be disappointed in what you guys are doing. First of all, it’s hypocritical; you pick and choose when you want to stand up for what’s right:

More black people are killing black people through gang violence and abortions than anything else. But you don’t march about that, you don’t post on Facebook about that, you don’t be an activist about that. … You give them a pass …. even though that’s an actual bigger problem.

We need [to be] looking in the mirror, keeping it real, stop making excuses, stop trying to blame everybody else. Let’s fix ourselves first.

Marcus told IJReview he was concerned about what the reaction to his video might be:

“I am just worried about the Army giving me problems because I was in uniform.”

Well, aside from being in uniform, this was pretty awesome. Good words from a good person. Thank you Sgt. Rogers. The world needs more people like you standing up for what is right!

The video can be seen on his Facebook.

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H/T: IJReview

Save the planet: Kill the Muslim Third Reich

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This is from World Net Daily.

Cue the venom from the left in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.


Exclusive: Ted Nugent warns, ‘This rabid, voodoo threat is very real’

Though left-wing apologists, denial cultists and excuse-making whiners will most assuredly try to claim this following NugeBlog is an anti-Islam screed, it is not.

It is purely and simply an anti-rabid dog common-sense Teditorial that will be embraced by people with but a modicum of historical perspective, goodwill, intellect and decency.

Let’s clear the air: I personally don’t care if you stand on your head and recite Shakespeare backwards, marry your beagle, stack BBs, French kiss rattlesnakes or swan dive into a shallow vat of goat urine. If that’s what turns your religious crank, party on. Just do it downwind of me, and don’t bill me for your rehab.

But when it comes to the pure demonic evil of murderous savage Islamist terrorists, the line is universally drawn by good people worldwide.

We all know instinctively that there is no virtue in slaughtering innocent people. No God smiles or rejoices in this.

The only people who smile and rejoice in killing innocent people are those pure evil rabid dogs who kill innocent people. Hitler was evil. Stalin was despicable and evil.

So was Pol Pot, Mao Zedong, Idi Amin and other such subhuman mass exterminators. The world is better off with these rabid dogs off the planet.

Now, I’ll admit I’m not opposed to putting hollow points to the back of the heads of human cockroaches and various other vermin who wish to imprison me with their braindead, toxic “values.”

Truth is I want to eliminate them from planet Earth and erase them from the history books of the human race.

To show you how radical I am, I want carjackers dead.

I want rapists dead. I want burglars dead.

I want child molesters dead. I want the bad guys dead.

Let the victims defend themselves in a timely, efficient manner. Double tap center mass. No court case.

No plea bargaining, no parole. No time off for good behavior, no early release. I want ‘em dead.

Their victims know who they are and what they are doing. Blow ‘em away and let the crows pick their carcasses clean.

That’s radical in today’s poisonous world of political correctness. So be it.

As Martin Luther King said, “The question is not whether we will be extremists, but what kind of extremists we will be. …”

Indeed, in the vacuum of politically correct circles, I’m rather proud to be an extremist for wanting to exterminate rabid dogs.

Everyone knows there is no cure for rabid dogs except a bullet. The question the free world needs to ask is whether we are going to shoot the rabid dog or have the rabid dogs chew our faces off.

My advice: Kill ‘em all and let Satan sort them out. That’s my policy.

Think “Old Yeller.” When he brings us the newspaper and protects us from vermin, give him a biscuit and a hug.

When he foams at the mouth and snarls, well, you get the picture.

Make no mistake; the world is in a race to the finish with crazed, rabid, radical Muslims. The choice is simple: Its religious freedom – or subjugation, persecution or death.

Radical Islam is a global cancer. Shariah law should be seen as the hate speech that it is.

Its very essence is a criminal act of sedition, advocating the overthrowing of the U.S. government, punishable by hanging.

It must be dealt with now, not tomorrow or next week, or surely this religious cancer will consume the host and darkness will indeed cover the Earth.

Keep an eye on what used to be Europe.

To truly understand the vitriol of radical Islam, read “The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism: Adolf Hitler and Haj Amin Al-Hussein”

No more kicking the can down the road for the next generation. There comes a time for all good men and women to rise up and oppose evil. That time is now.

It is our time. Americans must show the world the difference between respecting choices in lifestyle versus bending over and welcoming an evil takeover.

This rabid, voodoo threat is very real and right in front of us. We must not shoot just one or two rabid dogs, but to save the human race, we must kill them all.

Right now, it’s the freedom of the world that is at stake. We are all being slandered, maligned and killed, as so-called leaders scramble in a feeble, soulless, dishonest attempt not to hurt someone’s feelings, when life itself is at stake.

Our generation doesn’t have goose-stepping fanatical fascists or Bataan death march goons to exterminate.

The threat the entire free world faces right here right now are fanatical Muslims who will not rest till all the non-Muslims are wiped out. These freaks deserve the same fate as the Third Reich and the kamikazes.

Is there a leader somewhere who knows this, will admit it and actually do what is right? We are waiting.

Meanwhile smart Americans do not go to the Jewish deli of the reading room unarmed and helpless. We are waiting there, too.

The Race Card Cometh Yet Again (Again)

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This is from Town Hall.

The DemocRats are the masters of playing the race card.

I found this picture on Facebook it explains why DemocRats need the race card.


When it comes to life’s guarantees, there’s death, taxes, death taxes, the tides, the Chicago Cubs not winning a World Series, and the race card being played by Democrats as an election approaches.

With less than two weeks to go before this year’s mid-term elections, that last guarantee is in full effect.

Polls show Democrats aren’t very excited at the prospect of voting next month. They’re disappointed by the president’s failures and the fumbles by their candidates. But make no mistake – they will vote, and they will vote for the Democrats.

Polls on enthusiasm are interesting but irrelevant in terms of results. The vote of people who march into a polling place with a smile on their face and all the hope in the world in their hearts counts the same as the vote of someone reluctantly sulking in the booth next to them.

It’s down to headcount now – who can get people to show up and vote.

To that end, Democrats are starting to panic. Without President Obama on the ballot, many reliable Democratic voters simply don’t care about the election. The party must do whatever it can to get those people to the polls.

Democrats worry most about black turnout, so we’re seeing efforts to “inspire” black voters to go to the polls. Their tactic is humans’ greatest motivating force—fear.

In Georgia, where Democrat Michelle Nunn is battling with Republican David Perdue, Democrats are circulating fliers telling voters to vote if they “want to prevent another Ferguson.” This reference to the shooting of an unarmed black man by a white police officer was roundly condemned by everyone except Democrats. Nunn refused to disavow it. She hopes this race-based appeal will motivate more black voters to the polls than it will turn off.

In North Carolina, a shadowy group supporting Democratic Sen. Kay Hagandistributed fliers on cars at a black church that warned, “If Kay Hagan doesn’t win! Obama’s impeachment will begin! Vote in 2014.” Those words were superimposed over an actual picture of a lynched black man and a crowd of white onlookers. The message is clear – vote for the Democrat to stop the black president from being lynched. Ironically, the white men in the picture most likely were Democrats, given the party’s history of segregation and racism.

Those events took place in states where Republicans routinely win statewide, but this disgusting phenomenon isn’t relegated exclusively to red states.

Two of these events took place this week in Maryland, one of our bluest states.

The race for governor of Maryland was a formality, or at least that’s what conventional wisdom told us. Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown was all but assured victory, running in a state with a 2 to 1 voter registration advantage over Republicans. Brown had the added advantage of history, running to be the first black governor in a state with a large black population.

But Brown is an uninspiring candidate running an uninspiring campaign in a state weary of the failures of the previous eight years of Democratic rule. Moreover, he is best known for being in charge of setting up Maryland’s Obamacare exchange, a process that failed so miserably the state abandoned the effort and purchased a system from Connecticut. And he’s running against a successful small businessman in Larry Hogan, who has a vision for the state. In an election experts predicted would be a double-digit Democratic victory, it’s a 1-point race.

That closeness explains why the Democratic Party turned to race this week.

First Democrats sent out a mailer to black voters that invoked segregated waiting rooms and anti-civil right marches and equated voting for Brown with Martin Luther King’s March on Washington. (Seriously, take a minute, click here and see for yourself.)

The next day, black voters got another flier drawing a direct line from Martin Luther King to Barack Obama to Anthony Brown. Worse, it used the racially charged events in Ferguson, Mo., as an example of ways Republicans are “still trying to hold us back.” (Again, take a minute, click here and see it for yourself. I ask you to share both on Facebook and Twitter because people need to see the depths to which Democrats will go to scare people to win.)

These examples of depravity and desperation are not the actions of a confident party. Democrats are worried, and rightly so. But if conservatives, libertarians and Republicans sit out Nov. 4 to either “send a message” or because of apathy toward the party or a candidate running in their state, these tactics will be rewarded with governor’s mansions and maintained control of the Senate. And, ultimately, more control over your wallet, your liberty and your life.

If that happens, two years from now there will be nothing to stop more thinking like this from moving into the White House. The choice is yours.


A CITIZEN’S RESPONSE: Muslim Participation In American History

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This is from Clash Daily.

This one has been around for some time yet it is so true.


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Have you ever seen a Muslim hospital?

Have you heard a Muslim orchestra?

Have you seen a Muslim band march in a parade?

Have you witnessed a Muslim charity?

Have you shaken hands with a Muslim Girl Scout?

Have you seen a Muslim Candy Striper?

The answer is no, you have not. Just ask yourself, WHY?

Barack Obama, during his Cairo speech, said: “I know, too, that Islam has always been a part of America ‘s history.”

Here is and American Citizen’s Response:

Dear Mr. Obama:

Were those Muslims who were in America when the Pilgrims first landed?  Funny, I thought they were Native American Indians.

Were those Muslims that celebrated the first Thanksgiving day?  Sorry again, those were Pilgrims and Native American Indians.

Can you show me one Muslim signature on the: United States Constitution? Declaration of Independence ? Bill of Rights? Didn’t think so.

Did Muslims fight for this country’s freedom from England ?  NO, THEY DID NOT!

Did Muslims fight during the Civil War to free the slaves in America ?   No, they did not.

In fact, Muslims to this day are still the largest traffickers in human slavery.  Your own half-brother, a devout Muslim, still advocates slavery himself, even though Muslims of Arabic descent refer to black Muslims as “pug nosed slaves.”  Says a lot of what the Muslim world really thinks of your family’s “rich Islamic heritage,” doesn’t it Mr. Obama?

Where were Muslims during the Civil Rights era of this country? Not present.

There are no pictures or media accounts of Muslims walking side by side with Martin Luther King, Jr. or helping to advance the cause of Civil Rights.

Where were Muslims during this country’s Woman’s Suffrage era? Again, not present. In fact, devout Muslims demand that women are subservient to men in the Islamic culture.  So much so, that often they are beaten for not wearing the ‘hajib’ or for talking to a man who is not a direct family member or their husband.   Yep, the Muslims are all for women’s rights, aren’t they?

Where were Muslims during World War II? They were aligned with Adolf Hitler. The Muslim grand mufti himself met with Adolf Hitler, reviewed the troops and accepted support from the Nazi’s in killing Jews.

Finally, Mr. Obama, where were Muslims on Sept. 11th, 2001? If they weren’t flying planes into the World Trade Center , the Pentagon or a field in Pennsylvania killing nearly 3,000 people on our own soil, they were rejoicing in the Middle East.  No one can dispute the pictures shown from all parts of the Muslim world celebrating on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC and other cable news network’s that day.

Strangely, the very “moderate” Muslims who’s asses you bent over backwards to kiss in Cairo , Egypt on June 4th were stone cold silent post 9-11.   To many Americans, their silence has meant approval for the acts of that day.

And THAT, Mr. Obama, is the “rich heritage” Muslims have here in America

Oh, I’m sorry, I forgot to mention the Barbary Pirates.  They were Muslims.

And now we can add November 5, 2009 – the slaughter of American soldiers at Fort Hood by a Muslim major who is a doctor and a psychiatrist who was supposed to be counseling soldiers returning from battle in Iraq and Afghanistan .

Also, don’t forget the Boston Marathon bombing on April 15.2013 was done by 2 Muslim Brothers. That, Mr. Obama is the “Muslim heritage” in America

Sen. Leahy on NSA spying: We need to stop government from controlling American people [VIDEO]

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This is from The Daily Caller.

Old Leaky Leahy is talking a good game, but I say we need to see action.

Will anything be done about the NSA spying on the American public or will it be just talk?

Sadly, I think it will only be just talk.


Sen. Patrick Leahy says the American people are at risk of being controlled by their government due to the expansive surveillance powers of the National Security Agency.

Speaking on “Fox News Sunday,” the Vermont Democrat and chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee told host Chris Wallace that the nation’s lawmakers must act to return control of the government to the people.

“I think that we are going to maintain our ability to protect the United States,” Leahy began. “That’s extremely important.”


“The concern everybody has is allowing our government to have such a reach into your private life, my private life, and everybody else’s, that we are, we have the government controlling us instead of us controlling the government.”

“And that’s what both Republicans and Democrats are joined together on the Hill to try to change,” Leahy concluded.

Earlier in the program, Leahy suggested that viewers consider history when deciding whether the government should have so much access to the private communications of American citizens.

“I just think that there should be oversight,” Leahy said. “Think back in the history of this county, in J. Edgar Hoover’s day and all — if he had had the power when he was spying on protesters and those against the Vietnam War and Martin Luther King — if he had had the power that’s in here, think what might have happened. We Americans believe in our safety. We also believe in our ability to be private.”

“You still have to have some checks and balances before you have a government that can run amok,” Leahy said.

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C’mon, Admit It: This Column Is Racist


This is from Clash Daily.

If this column is racists then I am racists also.


“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.” — Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

An NFL player says team owners treat players like slaves. The player, a Black man, will make $10 million this year. He could not be reached for clarification. He is touring Africa on a goodwill trip. A little good will goes a long way.

new-black-panthersAccording to Obama, the Cambridge Police “acted stupidly” trying to protect a homeowner’s property. When the homeowner showed up, a Black professor, he turned on the police, refused to obey orders, then insulted them. Acting strictly according to procedure, they arrested the guy, but the President said they acted stupidly. Once Obama finally obtained the facts, he seemed to back down, but never apologized.

According to the President and his friends, Jeremiah Wright and Louis Farrakhan are heroes, but George Bush and his kind are criminals. Just ask Percy Sutton, attorney for Malcolm X, and big Obama cheerleader. Just ask Khalid al-Mansour, mentor to Black Panthers, Jew hater, Christian hater, so-called professor who encourages Muslims to attack and maim white people, and big Obama cheerleader, one who helped Obama get into Harvard, a real boy scout. (, “The Obama-Mansour Connection.”)

Jesse Jackson calls for war in Madison, Wisconsin, after fomenting racial tensions in Portland, Oregon last year, but it’s all about the colors of the rainbow.

A black “professor” out of North Carolina actually says the only solution is killing all white people. No kidding. (, “Professor: exterminate the white people,” Oct. 22, 2005)

Al Sharpton says school choice is racist. Of course. You can’t be allowing people the freedom to use their own tax money to educate their own children as they see fit. How blatantly un-American can you be to suggest such a thing? Obviously racist. (The latest in Sharpton shooting blanks.)

Speaking of Sharpton and Jackson, who could forget a few years back the Duke University lacrosse players accused of rape and racism and raked over the coals by the mainstream media for at least a year, only to be exonerated by DNA evidence in the end? (, “Racism 101 at Duke,” April 12, 2006)

Remember this gem: Black Panthers standing outside a polling place during the 2008 presidential election in Philadelphia. One has a truncheon. Its only purpose is cracking skulls. The Panthers taunt voters. One says: “That’s why you’re gonna be ruled by a black man, Cracka!” (, “New Black Panther Party President admits to Philadelphia voter intimidation,” July 9, 2010).

The Panthers were convicted. Obama’s AG Eric Holder declined to follow through with the penalty phase. Holder says enforcing the law without regard to race, his sworn duty, would demean “his people,” in this case, and, he says, it’s a lie his Justice Department is racially motivated. Really?

A civil rights lawyer weighs in decrying the incident and criticizing Holder and the Obama administration. He must be a racist. Anyone who highlights the incident is a racist, a mere political opportunist. (Fox video on YouTube, “Eric Holder Drops Charges on Black Panthers for Voter Intimidation.”)

Notice, the civil rights attorney identifies the Black Panther Party as a hate organization, so designated by the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center. The Black Panther Party, dating from the 1960s, has always been a Marxist group promoting violent overthrow of the U.S. government. Saying so makes you a racist.

In the wake of Katrina a Black singer said, “Bush doesn’t care about black people,” accusing Bush of being a racist.

If you opposed the power of public employee unions and their unholy alliance with radical leftists using tax revenue to finance political activism, well, you are obviously a racist according to Charles Rangel. (, “Rangle Abolishing collective bargaining akin to slavery,” March 1, 2011)

If you want to hold hearings to determine the threat level posed by radical Islam domestically, you’re a racist, according to Black legislators weighing in at the hearings recently.

If you suggest government affirmative action housing programs interfering with the private mortgage industry led to the financial meltdown, you are a racist.

If you suggest universal healthcare is not a constitutional right: racist.

If you think turning a blind eye toward illegal immigration is not such a great idea: racist.

If you suggest we must reform welfare and entitlement spending if the nation is to survive: racist.

If you don’t swing with the green agenda promoted by Van Jones: racist.

If you suggest affirmative action actually works against the best interests of Black Americans: racist.

Anyone who levels legitimate criticism of President Obama is a racist.

Anyone who hits the streets to protest government spending, waste, fraud and mismanagement is a racist.

Write a column like this: racist.

You know, it is difficult to extend the hand of friendship when it keeps getting chopped off.

Haven’t we learned by now that playing the race card indiscriminately only stirs up violence and resentment, the exact opposite of what Dr. King would have us do?

So then, who is the real racist?

Bonus material: a real solution from a black man who experienced real slavery, Frederick Douglass:

“I have one great political idea … the best expression of it I have found in the Bible. It is in substance, ‘Righteousness exalteth a nation; sin is a reproach to any people’ [Proverbs 14.34]. This constitutes my politics, the negative and positive of my politics, and the whole of my politics.”

Parting shot: So-called “progressives” attending a recent Common Cause event said Justice Clarence Thomas should be “sent back to the fields”, or should be “strung up.”

Now, now. These were not racist comments. They weren’t even reported in the MSM. No. These were merely the statements of frustration uttered by enlightened citizens concerned about social justice and the plight of all oppressed people. (Christian Hartsock, ‘“Progressive Ralliers Call for Lynching of Clarence Thomas,” YouTube video, Feb. 2, 2011)

Ask these people about the vicious, insulting treatment they’ve received, not so much for being black as for being black and Conservative:

Larry Elder
Janice Rogers Brown
Walter Williams
Alphonso Rachel
Condoleezza Rice
Thomas Sowell
Anne Wortham
Ken Blackwell
Lt. Col. Allen West
Michael Steele
Herman Cain
Shelby Steele
J.C. Watts
Armstrong Williams
Star Parker

[From the book, The Cross & the Constitution in the Age of Incoherence, 2012, Tate Publishing]

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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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Obama: “Islam has Always Been a Part of America’s History”

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This from Patriot UpDate.

These spawns of Satan were involved in American History as barbary coast Pirates

then Satan’s spawn became involved in American History on September 11,2001.

The smelly goat humpers flew airplanes into The Twin Towers and the Pentagon and crashed

Flight 93 in a field in Pennsylvania as result 3,000 Americans died.

But no other time have the Moose Slimes had any involvement in American History. 

Recently I gave a speech to a regional Republican group.  After my speech I took questions from the audience.  One of the questions had nothing to do with the topic of my speech, but it was an excellent question nonetheless.  I was asked to comment on the accuracy of President Obama’s statement made during a speech in Egypt that “Islam has always been a part of America’s history.”  My response was simple. I said the President’s comment was “absurd” and that I would like him to explain what significant role in America’s history Muslims have played.  In this column I take a closer look at the President’s comment.

If the President’s comment was accurate, one would expect that Muslims played a role in the founding of our country.  Let’s examine that contention.  Fifty-six Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence and, although they were all religious men in various degrees, not one of them subscribed to the Islamic religion.  On the contrary, the signers of the Declaration of Independence included 32 Episcopalians/Anglicans, 13 Congregationalists, 12 Presbyterians, 2 Quakers, 2 Unitarians, and one Catholic.

President Obama is a highly-educated man.  Surely he would not claim that “Islam has always been a part of America’s history” without first checking the facts.  Maybe George Washington had a regiment or two of Muslim troops during America’s War of Independence. After all, the British had their German Hessians as mercenaries.  I checked.  General Washington had no Muslims under his command, mercenaries or otherwise.  In fact, it looks like the prayers that were lifted up from Valley Forge were all directed to the God of the Holy Bible.  Not all of George Washington’s troops were devout Christians, but not one of them was a Muslim.

But let me give the President the benefit of the doubt.  If Muslims played no role in the development of the Declaration of Independence or in helping win our War of Independence, perhaps one or more of the framers of the Constitution subscribed to Islam.  I looked into this possibility. The principle author of the Constitution was James Madison but other framers also played significant roles including John Dickinson, Gouverneur Morris, Edmund Randolph, Roger Sherman, James Wilson, and George Wythe.  The work of Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and Thomas Paine influenced the framers of the Constitution but these three stalwarts played no direct role in the development of the document.  Not one of these men was a Muslim.

Still giving President Obama the benefit of the doubt, I thought that perhaps Muslims helped the Allied cause during World War II.  After all, the war encompassed the entire globe including the Islamic countries of the Middle East and Northern Africa.  I thought that perhaps the President was on to something, so I checked the historical record.  It turns out that Arabs were indeed involved in World War II and although their record is mixed, they leaned heavily in favor of Adolph Hitler and the Nazis.  In fact, the Grand Mufti, Haj Amin al-Husseini, actively collaborated with the Nazis.  Once again it appears that the president’s fact checkers were a little lax in the history department.

Still wanting to be fair, I thought that perhaps President Obama was referring to a major role Muslims played in helping win the battle for Civil Rights in America. After all, the Civil Rights movement was a watershed moment in America’s history. Maybe Muslims helped Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. slay the dragon of Jim Crow during his epic battles against bigotry in Montgomery, Birmingham, and Selma.  Once again I referred to the historical record.  Sorry, Mr. President.  I found nothing about Muslims lending a hand to the Civil Rights leaders.  In fact, those people walking arm-in-arm with Dr. King during the Civil Rights battles were Jews, not Muslims.

It appears that President Obama is guilty of inventing history as a way to please his Egyptian audience.  What is even worse than the President’s inaccurate and misleading statement about the role of Muslim’s in America’s history is how the mainstream media simply ignored it.  Had the President been a Republican, mainstream media mavens would have suddenly become experts in American history and taken him to task for making inaccurate, misleading, and undocumented statements in front of a foreign audience.  But holding the President’s feet to the fire concerning his public statements no longer interests the mainstream media.  When a Democrat is the subject of controversy, journalistic ethics go out the window.

March on Washington’s 50th anniversary commemoration draws tens of thousands

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This is from CBS News.

The 50th Anniversary of Dr.King’s march was desecrated by the 

appearance of Obama,Holder,Jackson and Sharpton,Lewis and MLK lll.

They all stand for everything the Dr.King was fighting against race baiting

racism and hatred.

While John Lewis marched with Dr.King John now stands for every thing

Dr.King opposed.

Dr.King would be heart broken by His son MLK lll  racism.


Tens of thousands of people gathered on the National Mall Saturday to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.‘s 1963 March on Washington, listening as political and civil rights leaders reflected on the legacy of racial progress over the last half-century and urged Americans to press forward in pursuit of King’s dream of equality.


The event, which was sponsored by the Rev. Al Sharpton‘s National Action Network, Martin Luther King III and the NAACP, featured a roster of speakers, including King, Sharpton, Attorney General Eric Holder, Newark Mayor Cory Booker and Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga. They spoke from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, where 50 years ago this month King delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech.

Many of the speakers addressed race relations in optimistic terms, describing America’s progress as encouraging but incomplete, but they also delved at times into more controversial fare like the Supreme Court’s recent decision overturning parts of the 1965 Voting Rights Act and the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.

Martin Luther King III paid tribute to his father’s legacy. “Five decades ago my father stood upon this hallowed spot” and “crystallized like never before the painful pilgrimage and aching aspirations of African-Americans yearning to breathe free.”

King’s message was not a “lament” or a “diatribe,” his son said, but a call to action – and a reminder that the work always goes on.

“The task is not done, the journey is not complete,” he said. “The vision preached by my father a half-century ago was that his four little children would no longer live in a nation where they would judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”

“However, sadly, the tears of Trayvon Martin’s mother and father remind us that, far too frequently, the color of one’s skin remains a license to profile, to arrest and to even murder with no regard for the content of one’s character,” he said, calling for “stand your ground” self-defense laws to be repealed in states where they have been enacted.

Martin’s parents attended the march, and his mother, Sybrina Fulton, briefly addressed the crowd.

King also slammed the Supreme Court for having “eviscerated” voting rights protections, calling for citizens to “fight back boldly” to restore those rights.

Sharpton, looking back on the original marchers, said, “They came to Washington so we could come today, in a different time and a different place, and we owe them for what we have today.”


Still, he added, “Today we face continuing challenges.” Sharpton was especially outraged by the court ruling on voting rights and by the efforts of state legislatures around the country to erect new voting restrictions, such as voter identification laws. “Our vote was soaked in the blood of martyrs, and you can’t take it from us,” he said, promising to march in each state mulling voting restrictions.

Lewis, who was the youngest speaker at the original march, urged Saturday’s audience to continue marching on behalf of equality. “Fifty years later, we cannot wait, we cannot be patient,” he said. “We want our jobs and we want our freedom now … we cannot give up. We cannot give out.”

He reserved particular outrage for the recent high court decision on voting rights. “I gave a little blood on that bridge in Selma, Alabama, for that right to vote,” he said, referencing the police brutality against civil rights demonstrators in Selma in 1965. “I am not going to stand by and let the Supreme Court take the right to vote away from us.”

His message to Congress, which has mulled adjustments to voting laws in the wake of the court decision: “Fix the Voting Rights Act.”

Booker, a Democratand rising African-American political star who is seeking a Senate seat in New Jersey, noted that he was not alive during the original march, urging his younger generation to remember that their freedoms were “bought by the struggles and the sacrifices and the work of those who came before.”

His generation can never pay back that contribution, Booker said, “but it is our moral obligation to pay it forward.” He cautioned the audience against becoming “dumb, fat and happy, thinking that we have achieved freedom.”

“There is still work to do,” Booker said, naming gun violence, discrimination in the justice system and the continuing effects of poverty as issues in need of redress.

Holder, whose Justice Department has led the charge against voting restrictions in states across the country, emphasized the need to protect the rights of eligible citizens to vote “unencumbered by discriminatory or unneeded procedures, rules or practices.”

Holder, the first African-American attorney general, credited the work of civil rights activists of the past 50 years with President Obama’s election and his own ascension to the top of the Justice Department.

“Those who marched on Washington in 1963 had taken a long and difficult road,” he said. “As we gather today, 50 years later, their march is now our march, and it must go on.”

In today’s America, Holder noted, the march for justice has broadened to include women, Latinos, Asian-Americans, members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and others.

Indeed, despite the abiding focus on race in America, several speakers managed to sneak in a plug on behalf of a variety of progressive causes. Women’s reproductive rights, gay rights, climate change, public education, organized labor, gun violence, immigration reform, student loan debt forgiveness – all received an airing during the speeches, making the rally something of a clarion call for left-wing activism.

After the speakers concluded, the rally was scheduled to march east from the Lincoln Memorial to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, which was dedicated in 2011, becoming the first memorial on the National Mall dedicated to an individual who wasn’t a former president. From there, the crowd was to proceed to the Washington Memorial before dispersing.

Despite the fanfare of Saturday’s rally, which packed the mall from the Lincoln Memorial back to the World War II Memorial, it was only a prelude. The actual anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington will occur on Wednesday, and it will be marked by another rally on the mall, including a speech from Mr. Obama.



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