The NAACP has gone off the deep end. First they got mad at Hallmark for making a graduation card with a solar system theme that refers to “black holes.” The NAACP said the card demeans black women. Now they have declared the Tea Party movement racist. The NAACP seems to find racism all around them, but they can’t recognize their own!
From their own website, the NAACP proclaims:
“…From the ballot box to the classroom, the thousands of dedicated workers, organizers, leaders and members who make up the NAACP continue to fight for social justice for all Americans.”
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Perhaps we need to check the citizenship of Ken Gladney, the black Conservative who was attacked by the two SEIU thugs. As Big Government showcased in the press conference by the NAACP in St. Louis. Gladney was mocked by the NAACP spokesperson. The organization that “fights for social justice for all Americans” called Gladney an Uncle Tom. Gladney was ‘right on color, but wrong on politics.’
Ironically, one of Gladney’s attackers was white. So it seems that in the NAACP’s Hierarchy of Worth, black Conservatives rate lower than the white thugs who would attack them.
And if that wasn’t enough, there seems to be no outcry from the NAACP when the Black Panther voter intimidation case was thrown out by the InJustice Department. Apparently protecting the rights of those colored “white” is not in the purview of the NAACP…the group “fighting [sic] for social justice for all Americans.” Does the NAACP condone the belief of the Black Panthers that, “Crackers are about to be ruled by a black man!”?
The little known part of that story was that black GOP election officials were threatened, called “race traitors,” and told that there would be “hell to pay,” when they left the precinct. This injustice didn’t manage to make the NAACP website.
Neither did comments made by newly exonerated NBPP spokesperson, Minister King Samir Shabazz, the very same Black Panther who was intimidating people at the polling precinct in PA, when he said, “You want freedom? You’re gonna have to kill some crackers! You’re gonna have to kill some of their babies,” Perhaps like the NBPP, the NAACP is about the “total destruction of white people.” I think it would be safe to add the black “race traitors” to that list.
More recently we have the NBPP threatening Tea Partiers and getting “ready to rumble.” Rumble over what? The Tea Party movement stands for limited government, fiscal responsibility and accountability. The Tea Party movement is about empowerment. Giving power back to the people. Maybe that’s what the NBPP and the NAACP are afraid of?
Despite not a single piece of evidence, the NAACP sells racism about the Tea Party movement to black people, like bootleg DVDs. Says the NAACP according to this article:
“Tea party supporters also have a distorted view of race relations, the resolution says, citing poll data that found that 25 percent believe that the Obama administration’s policies favor blacks over whites…”
If 25% believe something, doesn’t that mean 75% don’t?! Nevertheless for the NAACP, black people are obviously at the mercy of the 25% of Tea Partiers who actually “believe their lying eyes.” This minority of Tea Party supporters has witnessed Obama’s policy of redistribution, his reparations mentality, and they have the nerve to speak out. Here again, speaking out against policy is now racism as well.
Another black group—the Congressional Black Caucus called the Tea Party movement racist. There were claims by the CBC that they were spat on, and call the N-word. Allegations remain unsubstantiated, though Andrew Breitbart has offered a six-figure bounty for proof. Though that’s a lot of cheddar, Breitbart’s money is safe, I assure you.
The real truth is these unsubstantiated racist incidents brought forth by the CBC couldn’t draw enough attention the so-called racism of the Tea Party movement. So the NAACP was needed to step in and hopefully escalate to Defcon Four. It doesn’t matter that there is no proof, because the lie is the proof.
Going against the Tea Party movement is today’s “Bushism.” It’s the cheap comedian joke, and nirvana for Liberal fundraising.
It is unfortunate that a group founded in 1909 by Republicans has degenerated to the level of what the NAACP represents today. They are little more than one of the hierarchical levels of race hustlers, at best a Ponzi scheme for blacks. At worst, the NAACP is simply the new and improved KKK. Their new motto: Blacker and Badder Than Ever.
That’s my rant!
Kevin Jackson is the author of The BIG Black Lie, and The Black Sphere blog. Kevin appears on Fox News, and his articles appear in American Thinker, Townhall magazine, and other mainly Conservative publications.