Today, our country, now in steep decline, is not so fortunate as to have a civil rights leader like King. Rather, sitting atop our corrupt government is a bigoted anti-white socialist, who it has become clear not only despises Caucasians, but also Christians and Jews of all stripes. He is a black Muslim in the subtler mold of Louis Farrakhan and Malcolm X – only repackaged and warmed over to have duped enough Americans to have voted him into the presidency in 2008 and 2012. This destructive and evil man, Barack Hussein Obama, is more dangerous than Farrakhan or X; he is the nominal leader of the free world, an ironic position given that his view of governance is hardly one that fights for and preserves freedom, but instead through words and deed seeks to snuff out liberty for nearly everyone whose skin color and inherent Muslim faith does not match his own.
Instead, along with his black comrades, the likes of Attorney General Eric Holder and black activist colleagues and friends like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, he runs a divisive racist cabal that is designed to tear the nation apart at its seams. In so doing, they hope to create enough anarchy and chaos to wage a revolution against not just whites – who they feel must pay blacks back for the years of invidious discrimination – but also Jews and white Christians in particular. This, along with his Muslim roots, which he inherited from his anti-Semitic Kenyan father, helps explain Obama’s hostility toward Israel, the land of the Jewish people and the birthplace of Jesus, and the president’s favoritism toward everything black and Islamic.
My words today may at first seem extreme. They are not. They must finally be said, given the sad state of affairs we now find ourselves in – with time running out to confront and defeat Obama and his pliant leftist goons. More and more, Americans are starting to see these black racists for what they are. Fox News’ Megyn Kelly, Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity are now calling it like it is, but even ordinary Americans, also liberal ones, are also beginning to talk more clearly and openly about this threat to our formerly civilized society.
The scary saga of black mob violence in Ferguson, Missouri, this week, where a cop was not indicted for the killing of Michael Brown – a young thug who robbed a convenience store and then attacked the arresting officer – unmasks in greater detail the frightening racial divide and criminal reverse racism among many black Americans incited by the Obamas, Holders, Sharptons and Jacksons of the world. This lot, and their minions, has triggered a racial war – only one that is one-sided. White Americans and others of non-color have been slow to react and fight back, for fear of being branded racists and ostracized from their social and political communities. Indeed, if white Americans and their ilk would again act in this fashion – as they did to an extent in the old South and elsewhere in the middle years of the 20th century, by burning and looting stores, setting afire buildings and mugging innocent people based on their race – then they would be branded as modern-day versions of the Ku Klux Klan and prosecuted by Obama’s Justice Department, among other law enforcement agencies under his direction and control.
The now well-known and publicized volatile words of Obama and his black comrades like Holder, Sharpton and Jackson have fanned the flames and stoked the frightening violence in Ferguson and other cities around the country this week. They can no longer be ignored and rationalized as justifiable given past discrimination against blacks. African-Americans, no more than white Americans, cannot be allowed to explain away present racist actions as a simple reaction to past events and conditions. And, while conservative and truly religious Christian blacks like my esteemed friends Alan Keyes, Niger Innis, Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson and others have been brave to speak out, whites in particular have largely acted as cowards in confronting this growing lawless anarchy.
That there is a political and revolutionary method to Obama and his leftist enablers’ racist madness can be seen in the words of a “respected” black Clemson University assistant professor who just last Friday joined in a call for African-Americans to disrupt shopping on what ironically has come to be known as Black Friday, the commercial bonanza that historically occurs the day after Thanksgiving. Fox News reported on what occurred at a shopping center in Manchester, Missouri, as suburb of St. Louis, with regard to attempts to disrupt commerce at Walmart and other stores.
“At the Manchester Walmart, about two dozen people chanted ‘no justice, no peace, no racist police’ and ‘no more Black Friday’ after officers warned protesters risked arrest if they did not move at least 50 feet from the stores entrance …
“The mostly black group of protesters chanted in the faces of the officers – most of whom were white – as shoppers looked on.
“‘We really want the world to know that it is no longer business as usual,’ said Chenjerai Kumanyika an assistant professor at Clemson University. He added although part of the aim in disrupting Black Friday was to call attention to disagreement with the grand jury’s decision and the way the case was handled, Kumanyika said it was also to highlight other forms of injustice.
“‘Capitalism is one of many systems of oppression,’ he said as the group cleared out of the parking lot.”
This is just the latest indication of the war we are now in. If we do not fight back against this leftist-inspired black racism, with Obama at its helm, we risk losing the nation our Founding Fathers risked and gave their lives to win. And, that is why I have offered to represent the victims of mob violence in Ferguson and other cities around the country free of charge. It is time to no longer put our heads in the sand for fear of being branded racists against African-Americans and, instead, be fearless in waging the counter-revolution against racism of all types – racism that has larger designs and evil motives to transform the United States into Obama’s vision of a socialist utopia.
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