Comment’s by Jim Campbell
March 18, 2019
This is not intended to be a racist piece, it is being written to show how blacks use racism to further their cause in Congress while the most its members bring down the overall I.Q. of the entire congress.
I will continue to up date this tab as more absurdities are put forth by those who could not get a job in the private sector.
Remember it was Jackson who arranged for both of his sons to acquire beer company franchises.
He was also Bill Clinton’s “Spiritual Advisor,” when “Helping him.” with multiple acts of sexual deviancy including alleged rape.
While doing so, Jackson, then married fathered another child out of wedlock with another woman.
In 1969 he brought the world up close and personal with political corrected when he created the term, “African-American.”
I refuse to use the term, I call blacks what they are, black.
Notably there have been numerous blacks who didn’t get in line with this nonsense, Professor of Economics, Thomas Sowell comes readily to mind.
We can’t forget the efforts of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s peaceful march for civil rights through the streets of Selma, Alabama, Rosa Parks and others.
The contributions of Black Soldiers fighting in every war the U.S. has become involved is also well known.
Does Waters need to be bitch slapped or what?
The commies on the left have their Congressional Black Caucasus, it’s time for the average white person to be represented.
Finally, she showed her true colors!
Charlie Rangel’s recent conviction on 11 ethics violations brought to my attention the fact that Rangel was a founding member of the Congressional Black Caucus.
I hadn’t realized that there were racist groups allowed in the U.S. Congress, but sure enough, there it is.
But wait: In all fairness, the fact that Congress allowed the “Black Caucus” in the first place most certainly has to do with different times, times in which black people were fighting for equal civil rights.
Just another black racist, seriously worth viewing to get a better clue as to who these folks are and their true agenda which at the moment is to bring down the Trump Administration by impeachment, with no grounds to do so.
It’s understandable in this American’s eyes how the Black Caucus came to be, considering it was created in 1969.
The question in my mind is why it still exists today.
Current laws make racial discrimination illegal.
Many of these laws were not in place in 1969 when the Congressional Black Caucus was created, but over the years laws were put into place which leveled the playing field between blacks, whites, Asians, Hispanics and Native Americans.
Racism is now against the law.
Hallelujah for that, right?
Let us not forget Congressman Hank Johnson, know primarily for his Guam tipping over, is not calling President to Hitler.
A profound presentation, which he likely didn’t write is lucky we have a First Amendment allowing him to spew lies and hatred.
If not, he would be a candidate for president, for making his treasonous remarks on the record.
Then why do Americans continue to allow it? Guilt? Shame?
A lack of collective self-esteem, perhaps?
There are many reasons why a person would turn a blind eye to racism, although none of those reasons have anything to do with practicing principles.
Quite the contrary, in fact.
Most assuredly this issue points to a complete lack of principles on the part of all Congresspersons, white, black and whatever color they might be.
A lack of courage is the most obvious.
None of our Congressional representatives have the courage to point out that racism is racism.
In fact, none in our Judicial system has that kind of courage either, as Black Chambers of Commerce, Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People are all still in existence today, while no one, white, black, brown or red has the courage to point out that these are all racist organizations.
And do we even have to say one word about “La Raza,” the most blatantly racist organization of all? Yet, no one says a word.
There is no Congressional White Caucus.
Nor is there a White Chamber of Commerce or a National Association for the Advancement of White People.
Why not, you might ask?
Because those would be considered “racist” organizations, would they not?
If white people, rather than Hispanics, created a national organization or non-profit called “The Race,” would everyone be okay with that?
Yet Hispanics have done it and mum’s the word.
White people are not allowed to create organizations designed to support themselves in America.
I have to wonder, aside from the obvious (that liberalism is another word for raging codependence that has been mislabled “Political Correctness”), why white, black, Asian or Hispanic Americans allow this racism to continue.
After momentary consideration, I guess I can see why black, Asian and Hispanic folks don’t complain about this racism. They are the beneficiaries of this kind of blatant racism.
That, of course, points to a plethora of principles being ignored and even trampled on, such as honesty, courage, integrity, truth, love, self-discipline, honor, acceptance, humility, confession — the list of principles being ignored and not practiced is long when it comes to those who quietly allow and support racism in America.
This, of course, is just another example of why America is experiencing such difficulty right now, collectively speaking.
Without the courage to be honest and forthcoming, to talk about the truth, to humble ourselves one to another and admit when we are wrong (any organization which defines itself by race is “racist”), to support each other when our rights are trampled (whites, for example, don’t have the same rights as blacks, Asians and Hispanics when it comes to public or private organizations — whites cannot create a Congressional White Caucus or a White Chamber of Commerce, yet blacks can — fair? No.).
It might not seem like a problem to blacks, Asians and Hispanics yet, at least, even if they can personally admit they see the racism going on, they are clearly as unwilling as white people are to bring it up and point it out.
No, it may not seem like a problem yet, but, as Pastor Martin Niemöller pointed out “In Germany they came first for the Communists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Communist.
Then they came for the Jews, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Jew.
Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a trade unionist.
Then they came for the Catholics, and I didn’t speak up because I was a Protestant. Then they came for me, and by that time no one was left to speak up.”
The U.S. government and apparently we, the people have said nothing about white people’s rights being taken away, rights all other races have, enjoy and exercise openly in identifying themselves and promoting their own race’s causes.
If we allow racism to continue in America — and we do today — we can expect racism to get worse.
It’s that simple.
If we aren’t willing to stand up for one another and level the playing field when it comes to racial discrimination, then let’s stop pretending that all of that fighting over civil rights did anything but turn the victims into the oppressors and the oppressors into victims.
Ask yourself: Would you support a Congressional White Caucus?
Probably not. I wouldn’t.
Then why have you said nothing about the Congressional Black Caucus or the Congressional Hispanic Caucus?
Racists support racism.
Think about that, perhaps…and then think about what a principled individual might say or do about this.
And then say it and do it.
I have no problem with people of any races, as my family is a cornucopia of mixed races. I love them all and I am not concerned with their race, but rather with their character, which defines them as individuals.
I have a problem with racism.
I think you should, too.
We should all have a problem with racism and racist organizations by now.
© Don Cobb
Predictably, because the racist black woman was reflecting the CNN strategy the interviewer didn’t interrupt her rant and challenge her.
It’s sad to see another gorilla escape from the jungles of Africa.
Perhaps we can start a fund to purchase a one way ticket to where she belongs.
I’m looking for a longer version where the white guest was likely going to challenge her and his comments ended up on the cutting room floor.
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