Discussion in 'Race Relations/Racism' started by random3434, Aug 8, 2008.
White supremacists hope Obama win prompts backlash - Yahoo! News
Hey, white racists and black racists can finally agree on something. I bet Wright and Pfleger are having a fit over agreeing with whitey.
In what way is Rev. Wright a black racist? Do you feel good attacking a war hero? (been waiting all year to use that line)
Ya' know...this doesn't entirely surprise me.
One of the tenents of the early Russian Communists seeking to bring down Czarist Russia was the theory that a truly reactionary government minister was better than a liberal one since their actions would so enrage the people, thus bringing on the revolution sooner rather than later.
This sort of pragmatic (somewhat cynical) thinking is not uncommon in dedicated revolutionaries, regardless of their political stripe.
Given what those White Supremecists believe about O, given their world view of the White'Black divide in America, I can see how they might be thrilled having a Black POTUS.
Every problem that he doesn't solve, will be his fault.
They might be right.
A Black POTUS will be a lovely scapegoat for them to point to as the root source of all problems.
Turnabout's fair play, eh?
Has anyone considered the backlash Bush should cause! He will be the last white man ever elected.
That sounds mighty familiar. hmmmmmmm-now where oh where have I heard of people with that kind of attitude before?
Are you kidding me? A war hero? He never served in combat. He was a freaking EMT to Lyndon Johnson. That's his notable military service.
A war hero? Don't make me fucking laugh.
As for being a black racist, again, don't make me laugh. The man is the epitomy of black racism.
Rev. Jeremiah Wright, a True Patriot
By Lawrence Korb And Ian Moss
"In 1961, a young African-American man, after hearing President John F. Kennedy's challenge to, "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country," gave up his student deferment, left college in Virginia and voluntarily joined the Marines. In 1963, this man, having completed his two years of service in the Marines, volunteered again to become a Navy corpsman. (They provide medical assistance to the Marines as well as to Navy personnel.)
The man did so well in corpsman school that he was the valedictorian and became a cardiopulmonary technician. Not surprisingly, he was assigned to the Navy's premier medical facility, Bethesda Naval Hospital, as a member of the commander in chief's medical team, and helped care for President Lyndon B. Johnson after his 1966 surgery. For his service on the team, which he left in 1967, the White House awarded him three letters of commendation. What is even more remarkable is that this man entered the Marines and Navy not many years after the two branches began to become integrated.
While this young man was serving six years on active duty, Vice President Dick Cheney, who was born the same year as the Marine/sailor, received five deferments, four for being an undergraduate and graduate student and one for being a prospective father. Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, both five years younger than the African-American youth, used their student deferments to stay in college until 1968. Both then avoided going on active duty through family connections."
Lawrence Korb and Ian Moss: Rev. Jeremiah Wright, a True Patriot
Sherwood Ross: In Defense of Reverend Wright
Multi-Culturalism is so deeply ingrained in our society that it doesn't matter what the KKK think anymore
White supremecy is dead in the United States.
Poor Jefferson Davis
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