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Francis Rice (a black man) below tells the story that needs to be told (or raises the question that needs to be asked) about Obama, though he may be missing apoint. I am not sure whether Obama is racist, or worse, whether he is being employed by those behind the scenes (see www.themoneymasters.com) who will use race or any other thing they can get their hands on to control other people.
See also (black) Thomas Sowell's article below Rice's. Two black opinions on 1/2 black Obama -- who apparently despised his mother's white color.
Antonio Gramsci in the 1930's popularized (among the government-centralizers and control-minded) the strategy of "the long march through the institutions" of a society to subvert it and then take it over. Creating confusion about race is one good way of doing it, creating intense guilt among gullible whites, and resentment among equally gullible blacks. Both sides are being used by those "at the top" of this ugly mess to destroy all resistence to their globalist intentions. The deeper issue is power struggle, not race. The globalists are super good at creating conflict which is actually a diversion from the real issue, encroaching tyranny. Get everybody fighting about something, and then slyly take over. Well, we need centralized government to stop all this fighting, right???
Either we recover our Biblical view of life, or we become just another secular/pagan country - slaves on a government plantation. They cannot win, Jesus is already appointed Lord over heaven and earth. E. Fox ]
By Frances Rice
How do we decide who is a racist? The dictionary tells us a racist harbors feelings of antagonism and superiority based on biological differences, such as skin color. So, what demonstrates that President Barack Obama harbors such feelings toward white people?
Glimpses of Obama’s mindset can be obtained from reading his two books, “The Audacity of Hope” and “Dreams from My Father” where Obama describes his animosity toward white people.
In “Dreams from My Father” Obama wrote: "I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother's race." This book also contains an explanation of why Obama joined and remained for 20 years in Trinity United Church of Christ, the church of black liberation theologian Rev. Jeremiah Wright who preached hatred against whites. Obama wrote: "It came about as a choice and not an epiphany". The core of black liberation theology is black separatism, a movement that, for more than a century, has been opposed to racial integration. Equally troubling is Obama’s church giving a lifetime award to one of our nation’s most racist men, Louis Farrakhan.
Obama’s belief system on race was on full display during the 2008 campaign when, on a Philadelphia radio sports program, he described his grandmother as a "typical white person" who fears blacks.
From the roots of Obama’s enmity toward white people sprang his gratuitous
attack on Cambridge Police Sergeant James Crowley. Obama declared that the
sergeant “acted stupidly” while doing his duty, when all Obama knew, admittedly,
was that the sergeant was white and the person arrested, Obama’s friend Harvard
Processor Henry Gates, was black. Without bothering to learn the facts,
Obama used the power of his position as President of the United States to
demonize an American citizen because of his race. Details of the arrest
are in the article “Obama Plays the Race Card” by Ronald Kessler that is on the
video featuring the testimonial of two black officers in support of Sergeant
Crowley, including the comments of Officer Kelly King who states that she
supported and voted for Obama, but would not vote for him again, is posted on
Obama, in his rush to judgment, ignored pertinent facts, such as one of the arresting officers is black, the Cambridge Mayor is black and the Massachusetts Governor is black. From his lofty perch as the leader of the free world, Obama focused like a laser beam on the skin color of one man and engaged in grievance mongering about “racial profiling,” a charge that hampers law enforcement in black communities and was not even a factor in the Cambridge case. In an instant, Obama abandoned any pretense of being “post racial” and, before our very eyes, was transformed into our “race-baiter-in-chief”.
How ironic that the wrongs against blacks that are the genesis of Obama’s racial hostility were committed by the whites who supported the racist agenda of the Democratic Party (not that many years ago), the party Obama now heads. During his research, author Wayne Perryman uncovered documents which reveal that the Democratic Party was once proudly called the “Party of White Supremacy”. According to Perryman, Democratic Party campaign posters issued from 1868 to the early 1900’s declared: "This is a white man's country - let the white man rule". Perryman further pointed out that Democratic Senator Ben Tillman in 1909 said: "We reorganized the Democratic Party with one plank and only one plank, namely, that this is a white man's country and the white men must govern it."
Today, Obama is changing the Democratic Party into a party with the sinister
premise that America is a black man’s country and the black men must govern it.
Perhaps this is why Obama refused to prosecute Black Panthers who wielded
weapons, hurled racial insults at voters and blocked the entrance at a
Philadelphia polling place during the 2008 Election. “Protecting Black
Panthers” is an editorial by “The Washington Times” that reveals how Jerry
Jackson, one of the Black Panther defendants, is an elected member of
Philadelphia's 14th Ward Democratic Committee and was a credentialed poll
watcher for Obama and the Democratic Party. That article can be found on
the Internet at:
The intimidation tactics by Black Panthers are a chilling reminder about how the
Democrats not long ago used the Ku Klux Klan, the terrorist arm of the
Democratic Party, to intimidate and terrorize Republican voters, black and
white. Democratic Party racism is precisely what Dr. Martin Luther King,
Jr., a Republican, was fighting against. In Obama’s world, the civil
rights accomplishments of Dr. King have been abandoned, and we are now
encouraged to judge people by the color of their skin, not the content of their
character. An analysis of Obama’s embracement of racial bigotry is
provided in the article “How Our Post-Racial President Uses Race Card As Both
Sword And Shield” by Larry Elder and is on the Internet at:
The article “A Post-Racial President?” by Thomas Sowell reveals in stark relief how destructive to our national fiber is Obama’s racial politics and can be found on the Internet at: http://townhall.com/columnists/ThomasSowell/2009/07/28/a_post-racial_president?page=full&comments=true
Frances Rice is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, a lawyer and chairman of the National Black Republican Association. She can be contacted at: www.NBRA.info
A Post-Racial President?
By Thomas Sowell
Many people hoped that the election of a black President of the United States would mark our entering a "post-racial" era, when we could finally put some ugly aspects of our history behind us.
That is quite understandable. But it takes two to tango. Those of us who want to see racism on its way out need to realize that others benefit greatly from crying racism. They benefit politically, financially, and socially.
Barack Obama has been allied with such people for decades. He found it expedient to appeal to a wider electorate as a post-racial candidate, just as he has found it expedient to say a lot of other popular things-- about campaign finance, about transparency in government, about not rushing legislation through Congress without having it first posted on the Internet long enough to be studied-- all of which turned to be the direct opposite of what he actually did after getting elected.
Those who were shocked at President Obama's cheap shot at the Cambridge police for being "stupid" in arresting Henry Louis Gates must have been among those who let their wishes prevail over the obvious implications of Obama's 20 years of association with the Reverend Jeremiah Wright. Anyone who can believe that Obama did not understand what the racist rants of Jeremiah Wright meant can believe anything.
With race-- as with campaign finance, transparency and the rest-- Barack Obama knows what the public wants to hear and that is what he has said. But his policies as president have been the opposite of his rhetoric, with race as with other issues.
As a state senator in Illinois, Obama pushed the "racial profiling" issue, so it is hardly surprising that he jumped to the conclusion that a policeman was racial profiling when in fact the cop was investigating a report received from a neighbor that someone seemed to be breaking into the house that Professor Gates was renting in Cambridge.
For those who are interested in facts-- and these obviously do not include President Obama-- there has been a serious study of racial profiling in a book titled "Are Cops Racist?" by Heather Mac Donald. Her analysis of the data shows how this issue has long been distorted beyond recognition by politics.
The racial profiling issue is a great vote-getter. And if it polarizes the society, that is a price that politicians are willing to pay in order to get votes. Academics who run black studies departments, as Professor Henry Louis Gates does, likewise have a vested interest in racial paranoia.
"community organizers" as well, racial resentments are a stock in trade.
President Obama's background as a community organizer has received far too
little attention, though it should have been a high-alert warning that this was
no post-racial figure.
What does a community organizer do? What he does not do is organize a community. What he organizes are the resentments and paranoia within a community, directing those feelings against other communities, from whom either benefits or revenge are to be gotten, using whatever rhetoric or tactics will accomplish that purpose.
To think that someone who has spent years promoting grievance and polarization was going to bring us all together as president is a triumph of wishful thinking over reality.
Not only Barack Obama's past, but his present, tell the same story. His appointment of an attorney general who called America "a nation of cowards" for not dialoguing about race was a foretaste of what to expect from Eric Holder.
The way Attorney General Holder has refused to prosecute young black thugs who gathered at a voting site with menacing clubs, in blatant violation of federal laws against intimidating voters, speaks louder than any words from him or his president.
President Obama's first nominee to the Supreme Court is, like Obama himself, someone with a background of years of affiliation with an organization dedicated to promoting racial resentments and a sense of racial entitlement.
An 18th century philosopher said, "When I speak I put on a mask. When I act I am forced to take it off." Barack Obama's mask slipped for a moment last week but he quickly recovered, with the help of the media. But we should never forget what we saw.
Thomas Sowell is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institute and author of “The Housing Boom and Bust”.
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