Katrina, Obama, Race and ENOUGH!


Bill Cosby made waves during his address May 17, 2004, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka (rendered May 17, 1954 (entry page to both opinion and syllabus here). He asked an excellent question:

“What the hell good is Brown v. Board of Education if nobody wants it?”


Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans August 29, 2005.


Juan Williams published “Enough…The Phony Leaders, Dead End Movements, and Culture of Failure That Are Undermining Black America–and What We Can Do About It” in 2006.

All of the above are interconnected. They are also connected with our current presidential campaign, for the most part on the democrat side, less so on the Republican side.

The “latest” controversy are “racial comments” made by Hillary and Bill (Hillary talking about speeches made by JFK and MLK and speeches were fine but didn’t achieve action) and Bill commenting about Obama’s “fairytale” campaign. Boo-frickin-hoo, blacks had their feelings hurt and they’re upset (the comments were “hurtful”). And, of course, Bill’s “begging for absolution” from the shuck and jive master, Sharpton. Yeah, I went there.

Please. About as hurt as they always are over anything that smacks of the truth.

Of course, BET Founder Robert L. Johnson is now slamming Obama (like Johnson has a lot of room to talk with his own exploitation of his own race).

Let’s get down to some real honesty here.

The BLACKS have NO ROOM to talk about racism or accuse ANYONE of “keeping them down”. Right now, other than the illegals, they are the biggest racists, the biggest exploiters of the race card, in this country. They keep THEMSELVES down, aided and abetted by “their own”, such as Robert L. Johnson, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, et. al, promoting and promulgating an entire culture of helplessness by advocating “authentic blackness” through crime, lack of education, music, drug abuse, single parenthood, child abandonment, etc.

They certainly have no room to bring MLK into their current arguments.

I may not have agreed with everything MLK did in his private life; however, he stood for something, he believed passionately in a better way, he advocated non-violence and he was assassinated for it. He stood and fought for what he believed in, he didn’t back away from his convictions. He meant something.

It’s easy for Jackson and Sharpton to fall back on the MLK meme. But, in reality, what have they done with the inroads MLK made? What have they TRULY done? Not a damn thing, except continue the nonsense and perpetuate the stereotypes MLK stood against. Jackson’s famous excuse is always “It’s how we survive”.

Neither of them advocate personal responsibility or accountability. They advocate relying on “government programs” or “the man” to “take care” of the blacks (of course while continuing the drumbeat of “the man” is to blame for all the blacks woes).

Well, the blacks are to blame for their own woes at this point in time. They have had 53+ years of education opportunity, courtesy of Brown v. Board of Education. Yet today, any black child showing intelligence and a love of learning is made to feel as if they aren’t “authentically black” and are “sellouts”. It’s considered “cool” to be educationally retarded. Without the foundation of an education, the children have nothing to build on. Nothing.

The statistics speak for themselves regarding crime, violence, drugs, murder, single mothers, etc. And it’s all on them and their continued adulation of the pornographic filth coming out of their so-called leaders, Jackson, Sharpton and exploiters like Johnson. Yes, I said pornographic filth. If anyone is working to “keep them down” it’s these two and the exploiters in entertainment.

It’s the government programs and the nanny state telling them it’s okay to father twelve children by twelve different girls and abandon them because the state will take care of them–that’s what welfare is for. It’s okay to drop out of school and not get an education, even though a 9 year old girl, surrounded by the military upon her entry into a white school, fought for the right to a good education for all blacks. It’s okay to throw all the civil rights advancements aside–yet claim discrimination at the drop of a hat.

Which brings us to Katrina.

I am SICK TO DEATH of hearing about Katrina. ENOUGH already. Get off your lazy black, drug dealing, hip-hopping, bling wearing asses and do something for yourselves. Every other weather/natural disaster since Katrina has received far less publicity and far less money thrown at it. Yet, New Orleans and her blacks can’t seem to do a damn thing themselves to get back on their feet. Towns have been destroyed by tornados, floods, snow storms and fires, all over the country.

We don’t hear about the aftermath too much–because the townspeople roll up their sleeves and DO SOMETHING FOR THEMSELVES. They rebuild. They are responsible and have insurance (for the most part). The biggest reason we don’t hear about those disasters is they happened to whites and the whites aren’t sitting on the remains of their porch stoops, slugging down a 40, rolling a joint and screaming about where’s my welfare check while bitching about conspiracy theories that GWB engineered Katrina to get rid of “them”.

Yesterday, Vanderleun published a post here called “Cutting Through the Katrina Krapola”. In it he reveals NOLA citizens are now suing the government for $3 quadrillion dollars. Yet, he also provides this information:

The city and its long line of corrupt citizens and politicians have already managed to hoover $127 billion out of the federal government and that, as they say, should be enough for any cluster of crooks. On a per person basis that comes to $425,000 for each of the 300,000 fools still living in that pulsating pustule on the bayou.

Wow. $425,000 for EACH of the 300,000 people still living there. From all the noise we hear constantly, you’d think they hadn’t received enough for a loaf of bread. Vanderleun also has this to say regarding the $3 quadrillion number:

This chunk of legalized slunk trading may or may not include the Washington con job currently being floated in Swampy Bottom — “Louisiana Senator, Mary Landrieu (D), is presently asking the Congress for $250 BILLION to rebuild New Orleans. Interesting number.” But it hardly matters.

I’m done with feeling sorry for people who were too damn stupid to listen to a radio or watch a tv news report and get themselves out of danger when they had the chance. I’m also done with listening to how it’s all “the man’s” fault the blacks among us refuse to grasp opportunities they’ve had for over 50 years to educate and better themselves and their lives–the same opportunities every other American has. I’m done with listening to assholes like Jackson and Sharpton continue to incite race separation by their bullshit. I’m done with listening to people who want the government to support them from cradle to grave while they do their damndest to ruin neighborhoods and families. I’m tired of my taxes paying for those who consider themselves “authentically black” to turn cities, schools, neighborhoods into war zones. I’m done listening to the idiots who want to pull the race card/victimization card for everything.

Does this mean I’m against all blacks? HELL NO. Resoundingly HELL NO. Countless blacks have taken advantage of the strides made, they hold excellent jobs, they have intact marriages, they have taken the promise they were given and literally run with it. I honestly can’t see ANY black who has taken the responsibility for their lives being any more happy with the race/victim card players and the leeches in their race than anyone else. I know families who are disgusted with their racial brothers and sisters and what they’ve done with their opportunities. Flat out disgusted.

It’s those blacks who need to speak up though. In all aspects–politics, welfare, education, accountability, family, morals, values–all of it. It can no longer be the shysters and shuck and jive masters speaking for them, men who are the epitome of the problem rather than a part of the solution. Unfortunately, one man did. He was ostracized for it. That man was Bill Cosby.

Cosby was interviewed for the book “Enough”. The book in an of itself is a revealing look at the so-called black leadership. While the entire book is an exceptional read, there were two paragraphs which stood out for me:

“…When it comes to creating the good life themselves, too many of the poor are acting against their own best interests–they are hurting themselves and the black community.

Why? Again, the heart of the answer is that the poor are not getting important information from civil rights leaders, from politicians and from their culture (their music, their movies, their fashion). There is no trusted source with a pulpit or a microphone telling people in need about the path to a better life. There is no one calling this situation a crisis. that is why it was so exceptional for Cosby to raise his voice and say to poor black people ‘we didn’t come from giving up…we came from surviving!’

The nation’s leading civil rights groups are missing in action in this effort to get out the good news. They claim to be too busy to get the message out. They are locked into arguing that ‘the system’ is causing the continued high level of poverty in black America. Their goal seems to be to get government money for programs, grants and scholarships for the black community. That money has done some good. But at this point a blind pursuit of government money to help the poor is a tired, failed strategy, It encourages patterns of dependency among black people. It leads to cynicism about what has become the civil rights movement. In its finest hour the movement appealed to the conscience of the nation, to its ideals, by seeking justice. Now the movement has descended to using racial guilt trips, basically to extort government money for bigger budgets for programs that show no sign of working. The disdain for this shadow of a formerly great movement is so deep that many Americans, including Cosby, identify these black leaders with their hands out on behalf of the poor as ‘poverty pimps'”.

So, Obama? Bill and Hill? Sharpton, Jackson and NOLA Katrina leeches?

STFU and STFD.

Get off the race/victim cards, begging for absolution from the “poverty pimps” themselves and do something for yourselves. You’ve extorted enough from the American public. And we’re tired of hearing you use the civil rights meme as your excuse. Get off your asses and do something for yourselves for a change.

As Cosby so eloquently put it, “What the hell good is Brown v. Board of Education if nobody wants it?”

Also posted at Grizzly Groundswell here and Real Clear Politics here.

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Katrina, Obama, Race and ENOUGH!


Bill Cosby made waves during his address May 17, 2004, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka (rendered May 17, 1954 (entry page to both opinion and syllabus here). He asked an excellent question:

“What the hell good is Brown v. Board of Education if nobody wants it?”


Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans August 29, 2005.


Juan Williams published “Enough…The Phony Leaders, Dead End Movements, and Culture of Failure That Are Undermining Black America–and What We Can Do About It” in 2006.

All of the above are interconnected. They are also connected with our current presidential campaign, for the most part on the democrat side, less so on the Republican side.

The “latest” controversy are “racial comments” made by Hillary and Bill (Hillary talking about speeches made by JFK and MLK and speeches were fine but didn’t achieve action) and Bill commenting about Obama’s “fairytale” campaign. Boo-frickin-hoo, blacks had their feelings hurt and they’re upset (the comments were “hurtful”). And, of course, Bill’s “begging for absolution” from the shuck and jive master, Sharpton. Yeah, I went there.

Please. About as hurt as they always are over anything that smacks of the truth.

Of course, BET Founder Robert L. Johnson is now slamming Obama (like Johnson has a lot of room to talk with his own exploitation of his own race).

Let’s get down to some real honesty here.

The BLACKS have NO ROOM to talk about racism or accuse ANYONE of “keeping them down”. Right now, other than the illegals, they are the biggest racists, the biggest exploiters of the race card, in this country. They keep THEMSELVES down, aided and abetted by “their own”, such as Robert L. Johnson, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, et. al, promoting and promulgating an entire culture of helplessness by advocating “authentic blackness” through crime, lack of education, music, drug abuse, single parenthood, child abandonment, etc.

They certainly have no room to bring MLK into their current arguments.

I may not have agreed with everything MLK did in his private life; however, he stood for something, he believed passionately in a better way, he advocated non-violence and he was assassinated for it. He stood and fought for what he believed in, he didn’t back away from his convictions. He meant something.

It’s easy for Jackson and Sharpton to fall back on the MLK meme. But, in reality, what have they done with the inroads MLK made? What have they TRULY done? Not a damn thing, except continue the nonsense and perpetuate the stereotypes MLK stood against. Jackson’s famous excuse is always “It’s how we survive”.

Neither of them advocate personal responsibility or accountability. They advocate relying on “government programs” or “the man” to “take care” of the blacks (of course while continuing the drumbeat of “the man” is to blame for all the blacks woes).

Well, the blacks are to blame for their own woes at this point in time. They have had 53+ years of education opportunity, courtesy of Brown v. Board of Education. Yet today, any black child showing intelligence and a love of learning is made to feel as if they aren’t “authentically black” and are “sellouts”. It’s considered “cool” to be educationally retarded. Without the foundation of an education, the children have nothing to build on. Nothing.

The statistics speak for themselves regarding crime, violence, drugs, murder, single mothers, etc. And it’s all on them and their continued adulation of the pornographic filth coming out of their so-called leaders, Jackson, Sharpton and exploiters like Johnson. Yes, I said pornographic filth. If anyone is working to “keep them down” it’s these two and the exploiters in entertainment.

It’s the government programs and the nanny state telling them it’s okay to father twelve children by twelve different girls and abandon them because the state will take care of them–that’s what welfare is for. It’s okay to drop out of school and not get an education, even though a 9 year old girl, surrounded by the military upon her entry into a white school, fought for the right to a good education for all blacks. It’s okay to throw all the civil rights advancements aside–yet claim discrimination at the drop of a hat.

Which brings us to Katrina.

I am SICK TO DEATH of hearing about Katrina. ENOUGH already. Get off your lazy black, drug dealing, hip-hopping, bling wearing asses and do something for yourselves. Every other weather/natural disaster since Katrina has received far less publicity and far less money thrown at it. Yet, New Orleans and her blacks can’t seem to do a damn thing themselves to get back on their feet. Towns have been destroyed by tornados, floods, snow storms and fires, all over the country.

We don’t hear about the aftermath too much–because the townspeople roll up their sleeves and DO SOMETHING FOR THEMSELVES. They rebuild. They are responsible and have insurance (for the most part). The biggest reason we don’t hear about those disasters is they happened to whites and the whites aren’t sitting on the remains of their porch stoops, slugging down a 40, rolling a joint and screaming about where’s my welfare check while bitching about conspiracy theories that GWB engineered Katrina to get rid of “them”.

Yesterday, Vanderleun published a post here called “Cutting Through the Katrina Krapola”. In it he reveals NOLA citizens are now suing the government for $3 quadrillion dollars. Yet, he also provides this information:

The city and its long line of corrupt citizens and politicians have already managed to hoover $127 billion out of the federal government and that, as they say, should be enough for any cluster of crooks. On a per person basis that comes to $425,000 for each of the 300,000 fools still living in that pulsating pustule on the bayou.

Wow. $425,000 for EACH of the 300,000 people still living there. From all the noise we hear constantly, you’d think they hadn’t received enough for a loaf of bread. Vanderleun also has this to say regarding the $3 quadrillion number:

This chunk of legalized slunk trading may or may not include the Washington con job currently being floated in Swampy Bottom — “Louisiana Senator, Mary Landrieu (D), is presently asking the Congress for $250 BILLION to rebuild New Orleans. Interesting number.” But it hardly matters.

I’m done with feeling sorry for people who were too damn stupid to listen to a radio or watch a tv news report and get themselves out of danger when they had the chance. I’m also done with listening to how it’s all “the man’s” fault the blacks among us refuse to grasp opportunities they’ve had for over 50 years to educate and better themselves and their lives–the same opportunities every other American has. I’m done with listening to assholes like Jackson and Sharpton continue to incite race separation by their bullshit. I’m done with listening to people who want the government to support them from cradle to grave while they do their damndest to ruin neighborhoods and families. I’m tired of my taxes paying for those who consider themselves “authentically black” to turn cities, schools, neighborhoods into war zones. I’m done listening to the idiots who want to pull the race card/victimization card for everything.

Does this mean I’m against all blacks? HELL NO. Resoundingly HELL NO. Countless blacks have taken advantage of the strides made, they hold excellent jobs, they have intact marriages, they have taken the promise they were given and literally run with it. I honestly can’t see ANY black who has taken the responsibility for their lives being any more happy with the race/victim card players and the leeches in their race than anyone else. I know families who are disgusted with their racial brothers and sisters and what they’ve done with their opportunities. Flat out disgusted.

It’s those blacks who need to speak up though. In all aspects–politics, welfare, education, accountability, family, morals, values–all of it. It can no longer be the shysters and shuck and jive masters speaking for them, men who are the epitome of the problem rather than a part of the solution. Unfortunately, one man did. He was ostracized for it. That man was Bill Cosby.

Cosby was interviewed for the book “Enough”. The book in an of itself is a revealing look at the so-called black leadership. While the entire book is an exceptional read, there were two paragraphs which stood out for me:

“…When it comes to creating the good life themselves, too many of the poor are acting against their own best interests–they are hurting themselves and the black community.

Why? Again, the heart of the answer is that the poor are not getting important information from civil rights leaders, from politicians and from their culture (their music, their movies, their fashion). There is no trusted source with a pulpit or a microphone telling people in need about the path to a better life. There is no one calling this situation a crisis. that is why it was so exceptional for Cosby to raise his voice and say to poor black people ‘we didn’t come from giving up…we came from surviving!’

The nation’s leading civil rights groups are missing in action in this effort to get out the good news. They claim to be too busy to get the message out. They are locked into arguing that ‘the system’ is causing the continued high level of poverty in black America. Their goal seems to be to get government money for programs, grants and scholarships for the black community. That money has done some good. But at this point a blind pursuit of government money to help the poor is a tired, failed strategy, It encourages patterns of dependency among black people. It leads to cynicism about what has become the civil rights movement. In its finest hour the movement appealed to the conscience of the nation, to its ideals, by seeking justice. Now the movement has descended to using racial guilt trips, basically to extort government money for bigger budgets for programs that show no sign of working. The disdain for this shadow of a formerly great movement is so deep that many Americans, including Cosby, identify these black leaders with their hands out on behalf of the poor as ‘poverty pimps'”.

So, Obama? Bill and Hill? Sharpton, Jackson and NOLA Katrina leeches?

STFU and STFD.

Get off the race/victim cards, begging for absolution from the “poverty pimps” themselves and do something for yourselves. You’ve extorted enough from the American public. And we’re tired of hearing you use the civil rights meme as your excuse. Get off your asses and do something for yourselves for a change.

As Cosby so eloquently put it, “What the hell good is Brown v. Board of Education if nobody wants it?”

Also posted at Grizzly Groundswell here and Real Clear Politics here.

Islamophobia or the Jihad Against American Society?

Although the FBI announced this month that hate crimes reported by Muslims have decreased significantly since the year of the September 11, and that harassment against Jews outnumber incidents against all other religious and ethnic groups, American Muslims have launched a major PR war against “Islamophobia.”

Obviously, the great majority of Americans are not Islamophobic, but they are deeply concerned that moderate American Muslims have failed to step forward to condemn and to end the radical Islamist take over of Islam – at least in America. American Muslims have had five years since 9/11 to stand up and show where their loyalties lay. It is no longer tolerable to most Americans that American Muslims give lip service to the condemnation of terrorism while shielding terrorists within their own communities. It is obscene that American Muslims should choose to play the role of victim while their major mouth-piece, the terrorist linked Council on American Islamic Relations, wages jihad against American society.

Ultimately, the decision about whether America becomes Islamophobic lies in the hands of American Muslims. It is now time for American Muslims to speak out against the Islamists in their midst. As Martin Luther King Jr. said, “We will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.”

FYI: Islam is the fastest growing religion in America.

Read Jihad comes to Small Town, USA

Must See Video Clips

“Obsession is without exaggeration one of the most important films of our time. ” — Glenn Beck CNN Headline News

“Obsession is required viewing for everyone. ” — Howard Gordon Executive Producer “24”

Click Here to Watch Obsession

Click here to watch Obsession (Abridged Version)

Other important videos you must watch:

Iran Undercover: The Hidden Revolution
In the Name of God
Jihad in America
Relentless
Lifting the Veil: Zarmina’s Story
American Jihad: The Terrorists Living Among Us
Islam: What the West Needs to Know
“A Great Series On The History Of Jihad”

Cross posted excerpt from Spruce Goose

Iran Press News: One of the many regime-run news agenciesAyandeh’yeh Roshan reported:
“Those who obstinately refuse to accept religion will have the sword of the Imam will decisively come down on their neck.”

Update: Read all about the
Transportation Security Administration’s “Muslim Sensitivity Training” program.

Tracked back to:
Woman Honor Thyself
Iowa Voice
Foundation For The Defense of Democracies
Jihadi Du Jour
TZI198
American Patriot Journal
E.O.