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October 27, 2011

True Words From A Black Tea Party Patriot

Courtesy of Apostle Claver Kamau-Imani, founder and chairman of Raging Elephants, we have these observations about the Democrat Party.

“If anybody is racist it is the Democratic Party,” he said. ”They’re the racists, the party of the Ku Klux Klan, the party of Jim Crow, the party of Bull Conner, the party of segregation.”

Let’s face it – every word Kamau-Imani said is true.

The KKK was founded by Democrats and was the party’s paramilitary terrorist wing. It was used to control and punish black men like Kamau-Imani who believed they were as good as a white man, who attempted to exercise their full rights as citizens, and who dared to espouse and act upon views contrary to those accepted by the Democrat Party.

Every Jim Crow law in this nation’s history was written by, adopted by, and enforced by Democrats.

Bull Connor was a leader of the Democrat Party on the local, state, and national level as he engaged in brutality against those who sought their civil rights. He was never sanctioned by his party despite his deeds.

Segregation was the default approach of the Democrat party prior to the civil rights revolution that was encouraged and supported by the GOP, and remains that party’s position today. The only difference is that what was enforced de jure is today encouraged as the de facto default position of the Democrats as they seek to divide America based upon race and ethnicity and adopt policies that distribute and deny opportunity based upon the recipients membership in such groups rather than their knowledge, skill, or character.

In other words, the Democrats were the party of racism in the past and remain the party of racism today. After all, racism is racism, even if the professed intent is benign – as it has been in the years 1850, 1880, 1950, and 2011.





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Rhymes With Right: and so to many blacks it seems the only legitimate choice to support the "party of something for nothing" over the party of "work hard to earn it".

Most black Americans believe in working hard to earn it.

Rhymes With Right: The real reason is that they have been bought and sold by the race-conscious policies of the Democrats.

So the vast majority of blacks have sold out, while white voters are above all that. (No wonder even conservative blacks rarely vote for the more conservative Republican party.)

|| Posted by Zachriel, October 28, 2011 05:33 AM ||

If someone tells you you can't compete without special help and that those opposed to special help want to hold you back, then how do you vote?

Even though those insisting you need the special help are the real racists.

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, October 28, 2011 04:49 PM ||

So, the person who said this is a racist?

“Whenever this issue of compensatory or preferential treatment for the Negro is raised, some of our friends recoil in horror. The Negro should be granted equality, they agree; but he should ask for nothing more. On the surface, this appears reasonable, but it is not realistic. For it is obvious that if a man is entering the starting line in a race 300 years after another man, the first would have to perform some impossible feat in order to catch up with his fellow runner.”

|| Posted by Zachriel, October 29, 2011 09:30 AM ||

Nice try with the King quote, but I'm not biting. What may have been reasonable and appropriate as a temporary measure back in the 1960s is not in 2011.

After all, we have a black president, and a black CEO running for that office. We have blacks in congress and on the judicial benches of the nation. Affirmative action cannot be a permanent feature of America, lest it become the very sort of badge/emblem of slavery and inferiority that Amendments 13, 14, and 15 are designed to eliminate.

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, October 29, 2011 04:50 PM ||

Rhymes With Right: Even though those insisting you need the special help are the real racists.

Rhymes With Right: What may have been reasonable and appropriate as a temporary measure back in the 1960s is not in 2011.

So supporting affirmative action in 1964 is not racist, but supporting affirmative action in 2011 is racist. Your previous statement didn't seem to leave much wiggle room. Let's return to your original point.

Rhymes With Right: The real reason is that they have been bought and sold by the race-conscious policies of the Democrats.

So African Americans voted overwhelming for Democrats in 1965, and have ever since. You say it is because the vast majority of blacks have sold themselves for a pittance—unlike whites apparently—, even though most blacks do not receive government benefits and still experience significant discrimination (as supported by numerous studies).

|| Posted by Zachriel, October 30, 2011 06:50 AM ||

Let's spell it out for you.

When affirmative action meant taking steps to seek out and find qualified individuals for educational and employment opportunities, that was not racist. Neither was the requirement that hiring and admissions decisions be race neutral.

However, affirmative action has morphed into something else since that time, wherein race-neutrality is no longer the operative requirement. Instead, we have a paradigm where race consciousness in those decisions is the de facto (and implicitly the de jure) requirement. After all, if a disparity in employment/admissions is treated as prima facie evidence of discrimination, then the obvious solution is to create a quota system wherein benefits and burdens are distributed based upon race.

Oddly enough, you seem to start talking about welfare benefits. I don't understand why -- I'm not.

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, October 30, 2011 05:18 PM ||
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