Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Black "Intellectual" Tavis Smiley Publishes Column at Time magazine worrying a President Trump will Enslave Blacks...

Have we reached Peak Trump Hysteria? 


But don't forget: the invention of the mechanical cotton-picker made black labor in the southern states obsolete (ushering in the so-called Great Migration of blacks to Detroit, Chicago, Buffalo, Baltimore, Gary, Newark, Washington D.C, New York City, Camden... which helped DESTROY those cities). 
Yes, he was published by Time magazine actually worrying about Trump's election leading to black people being enslaved

It could be argued white America enslaved their progeny when they failed to repatriate blacks back to Africa, forever burdening future generations with a never-ending hustle they must not only tolerate, but fund. [Why I Fear America Could Enslave Black People Again, Time, 10-18-16]:
Donald Trump’s ‘Make America great again’ slogan and this Republican Congress's actions raise unanswered questions 
Recently I appeared at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Penn., for a talk entitled “Making America As Good As Its Promise.” So you don’t confuse the theme of my talk with the slogan of a particular presidential campaign, let me delineate the difference. 
When I hear Donald Trump suggest that he wants to “make America great again,” it always triggers the same three questions in my head. 
One: How is Trump defining “greatness”? I’m not sure he and I share an understanding of what makes a nation truly great. For me, it starts with how you treat the children, the poor, the aged and infirmed, how you embrace equality as you labor for equity. Equality means that everyone gets the same in America, whether they need it or not. Equity says we commit to ensuring that all fellow citizens have the basic resources that will give them commensurate opportunities to contribute meaningfully to our society. 

Two: Since so many fellow citizens have yet to experience the true “greatness” of America for the first time, for whom are we making America great again?And, three: To what specific period of American greatness are you wanting us to return? When black folk suffered segregation after slavery?
When women had no right to vote or control their own bodies? When gay brothers and lesbian sisters felt ceaseless hate? When we stole land from the Native Americans? When we sent Japanese families to internment camps? When America lynched Mexicans? I just need Trump to give me some clarity on the time period he wishes to travel back to. 
I disdain the way Trump is exploiting it, but I actually understand the anger that many of his supporters feel. I believe those questions, in fact, represent their pain better than he does. While I’m not an angry black man, I do have a righteous indignation that burns inside me about the myriad of injustices that result in a daily contestation of people’s humanity. The question is whether that feeling of being left out or left behind will be channeled into love and justice or hatred and revenge? I told the students at Lehigh that evening that I’m going with unarmed truth, unconditional love and being creatively maladjusted to injustice. 
But at the conclusion of my talk, I was introduced to another question that still haunts me. I had handled most of the closing Q&A questions. Then one student hit me with this: 
“Mr. Smiley, do you believe that given the crisis state of our democracy, we black folk could ever find ourselves enslaved again?” 
Whoa. Didn’t see that one coming. Neither did the mostly white audience. A quiet fell over the room. I swallowed hard. 
Looking directly at the student, I could see he was dead serious, and I wanted to treat his question with the soberness it deserved. But, truthfully, I stumbled as I began to respond, not knowing how to properly frame my response. 
My answer? Yes. 
So, could the Constitution be thwarted and black folk end up enslaved again? Legal scholars, of course, will find the question ludicrous and laughable. 
It wasn’t farfetched for the young student who pressed me at Lehigh that evening. 
And, honestly? With the hair-raising, bone-chilling, spine-breaking, nerve-wracking path we’re on right now, I shudder to think where this democracy could end up one sad day, if we don’t get off this low road and make our way to higher ground soon.
Let's call this Peak Trump Hysteria, which will only work to further Negro Fatigue running rampant in America.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

"Knowlege (sic) is power": Black People Protest NAACP Over Charter Schools/School Choice

It's hard not to feel pity for these people, if they weren't actively waging war on what's left of the civilization white people long ago created in America. 

Basically, black people are protesting the NACCP over charter schools and the allocation of money for public schools. [Protesters interrupt NAACP board meeting in Cincinnati, USA Today, 10-187-16]:

About 140 demonstrators from Tennessee disrupted the national NAACP board meeting Saturday, forcing management at the hotel meeting site to call Cincinnati police.
The demonstrators protested the decision by the civil rights organization to call for a moratorium on charter school expansion and the strengthening of oversight in how charter schools are operated.
The board ratified a resolution adopted by delegates in July at the NAACP's national convention in Cincinnati. The charter school resolution was one of 47 adopted Saturday by the board and follows its 2014 support of another delegate resolution that opposes privatization of public schools and use of public money on for-profit charter schools.
One of those black protesters bused in held up a sign reading "Knowlege (sic) is power."

Can we please stop taking these people seriously and realize they represent the impediment to growth, progress, stability and, in the end, whether civilization will exist or not?

Monday, October 17, 2016

A 2nd Police Station in Indianapolis Targeted By Black Shooter

It happened again.

First, it was more than 30 rounds fired at a police station in Indianapolis (only a few months after a Black Lives Matter inspired black male targeted a cops house). 

Well, it happened again. 

[Attacks on 2 Indy police stations are related, officials say, Indy Star, 10-16-16]:

About two dozen government officials and police officers gathered Friday afternoon at the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department's North District headquarters to condemn the recent attacks on city police stations.
The media event offered little in the way of new information about the hail of bullets fired at the police station at 3120 E. 30th St. late Thursday. IMPD Chief Troy Riggs declined to elaborate on security measures, such as whether all stations are outfitted with surveillance cameras, citing concerns about making security measures public.
But Riggs, Mayor Joe Hogsett and U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler said they were prepared to use city, state and federal resources to investigate the shootings. The large showing of officials at the news conference underscored the concerns about safety after the second police station attack. The first came on Oct. 4, when someone fired shots at the Northwest District headquarters. Officials on Friday reiterated that they believe the two shootings are related.
The two incidents come just months after a man was arrested in July, accused of firing shots at the home of an IMPD officer.
Hogsett called the two recent incidents the "act of a coward," promising that investigators will find and arrest the people involved.
Do you understand what's upon us yet?

Sunday, October 16, 2016

There's No Turning Back Now: GOP Headquarters in Orange County, North Carolina Firebombed

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There's no going back, Mr. Trump.... you've changed things. [Pat McCrory: Firebombing ‘an attack on democracy’, Charlotte Observer, 10-16-16]:
Gov. Pat McCrory Sunday called the weekend firebombing of a North Carolina Republican headquarters “an attack on our democracy,” while one GOP official called it an act of “political terrorism.” 
In a tweet, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump blamed “Animals representing Hillary Clinton and Dems in North Carolina.” 
Hillsborough police said somebody threw a bottle of flammable liquid through the window of Orange County’s GOP headquarters, setting campaign signs, supplies and furniture ablaze before burning itself out. 
A swastika and “Nazi Republicans get out of town or else” were spray painted on the side of an adjacent building. No damage estimates were available. 
“The firebombing of a local political headquarters in Orange County is clearly an attack on our democracy,” McCrory said in a statement. “Violence has no place in our society – but especially in our elections. … I will use every resource as governor to assist local authorities in this investigation.”
The next three weeks are going to get exceedingly interesting, with the public relations specialists masquerading as the mainstream media openly hostile to both Donald Trump and those who support him.

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