Saturday, September 03, 2005

In Katrina's wake, a tidal wave of blind hatred spewing from the mystical Left

I am getting sick tonight reading these responses...These people are clearly seeking to incite violence - an uprising against a "racist" America. True colors are coming out - but those colors can also be very scary.

According to Drudge:
KANYE WEST ON NBC FUNDRAISER: 'GEORGE BUSH DOESN'T CARE ABOUT BLACK PEOPLE... They're saying black families are looting and white families are just looking for food...they're giving the (Army) permission to shoot us'... Actor Mike Myers asked people to donate... then Kanye West went on a tirade about Iraq... MORE...


Self-proclaimed human rights advocate Randall Robinson calls America a monsterous fraud.
My hand shakes with anger as I write. I, the formerly un-jaundiced human rights advocate, have finally come to see my country for what it really is. A monstrous fraud.

Was George Bush the one who was looting? Was it Karl Rove raping children? Was Condi Rice the person shooting at rescue vehicles? Asking such questions to the kind of person who believes that this country is a "monstrous fraud" is useless.

These people harbor a disease of mysticism - this disease blinds them with a hatred that is nearly equivalent to that which foments inside the mind of a radical islamist. The need to blame something, anything, for their insecurities and self-loathing in the face of something they can not explain trumps all other desires.

Emboldened by a mainstream media that has subtly hinted that racism is the root cause of this catastrophe, it is hardly surprising in an era where voices of all sorts have the loud microphone of new media to trumpet their ideas, that the crazies being heard. Those who are guided by reason, now more than ever need to step up to match and pound down the voices of the desperate, though still dangerous, mystical anti-american Left.

Update: Here is a link to the Kanye West video (click the image).

"George Bush Doesn't Care About Black People"


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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bush hugged a colored person today at a Photo-op with the media present. So that proves he loves colored people. We are told he even has a negro servant clean up for him at the white house. The servant named Uncle Tom said today in a interview "Yah Suh, Da Prazident duz surly luv us coloreds. Weez jes can't un-duhstand whys heez wants us to bein shot down like dem dogs en Nuh Owlins for feedin dems babies?"

MPH said...

Why not attach your name to your racist comment, you piece of trash?

King John Middleton said...

Really, post your name... MPH posts his when he posts cut-and-paste racist comments on blogs!

C. Warren said...

Was Kayne West right? No, of course not.

But there is a fractured logic hidden within his ignorant statement, and it deals with the very essence of the political divide: what is it to care?

If caring is helping/providing even when it creates dependence, then liberals care more.

If caring, instead, is "teaching a man to fish... yadayada," then conservatives care more.

Personally, I don't think either side gives two shits because we're all just making excuses for our own apathy.

And that would include the Christian right in their padded pews... pews I personally sit in every Sunday.

Cobra said...

Louisiana is a state that saw David Duke, ex-KKK Grand Wizard not only get elected to the state legislature in 1988, but win 55% of the white vote win he ran for governor a few years later, so don't tell me a racist mind set doesn't still exist there.

Second, we have a President that stopped in the middle of his last vacation, and few across the country in the dead of night to sign an unconstitutional law for ONE PERSON, Terri Schaivo, with the proclaimation, "We must err on the side of life."

But here, we have a President who can't even show up within five days to perhaps the worst natural disaster in U.S. History, one that saw hundreds of thousands of blacks and poor whites in imminent threat of death, with no visible assistance, in worse than third world conditions.
On Friday, all of a sudden, relief trucks can drive through water-logged roads. On Saturday, all of a sudden, thousands of troops magically appear and fly in via helicopter and evacuate thousands.

Maybe this sudden change happened because the usual right winged tactics of blaming everything on black people and liberals couldn't SPIN what people around the world could plainly see with their own eyes 24 hours a day for the entire week--that there was NO SENSE OF URGENCY to help these victims, who happened to be predominantly black, and that the ultimate responsibility lies with the President of the United States. It comes with the JOB. Maybe because FINALLY, even conservative editorial boards on the Washington Times or the New York Daily News would no longer defend him unconditionally in light of the human tragedies.

You can go ahead and make up your excuses for Bush and his cabinet's attrocious behavior this week (Cheney can't be found. Condi's watching "Spamalot", buying thousand dollar shoes and playing tennis with Monica Seles, the head of FEMA patting himself on the back for the "excellent relief effort". I've heard it all before.

This time, it's not like Iraq. The journalists are NOT embedded, and are free to document the horrors of the situation without the filter of administration handlers and military leaders.
We're going hear the first hand accounts of selective neighborhoods like the French Quarter being defended while more impoverished sections were left out of control. We're going to hear the first hand accounts of prioritizing rescue and evac resources to tourists at luxary hotels, by-passing critically sick and ill minorities at shelters.
We're going to get COURT CASES with sworn testimony to accounts that volunteers with air boats who could've saved scores of lives in the inundated city were held back by Federal officials due to "monetary concerns".
If you say, "conspiracies"...moonbat...sorry...not this time. The whole WORLD is watching this one buddy, and no amount of talk radio sloganeering will get Bush a pass on this one.


I'm just glad that in America, there are MILLIONS of decent, good-natured citizens of all races and creeds who responded immediately to the crisis, like those ANGELS at the Charity Hospital, the sportsmen who used their bass boats to pluck out survivors, and many of the NOPD who didn't abandoned their posts, although they were hopelessly overwhelmed by the events around them.

They're the hope of this nation in this hour of darkness, a hope that this administration failed to provide.

--Cobra

Black Ambition said...

Relax. No one is trying to incite a race war.

That statement is interesting to me, because everytime I hear someone on the internet talking about a "race war" they are usually white. Is this something that is feared in the white community?

I think that people do not realize the affect that America's racial climate has had on white Americans. I have noticed that each group has chosen to deal with the issue differently.

Minorities tend to acknowledge issues of race, because it affects their daily lives. They cannot afford to ignore the issue.

Whites, on the other hand, are more likely to get uncomfortable with the issue, avoid it, or become openly hostile when the issue is discussed. This is because whites can afford to ignore the issue.

We will never move forward as a country if one segment of the population spends alot of energy denying race is a serious issue in America, refusing to discuss it, or discrediting anyone who brings it up.

When will America start dealing with race again? (this time without peaceful protests and violent opposition)

Whose interests does it serve to ignore these issues?

Kayne West said something that is probably true. I wish he would have said something even more accurate, which is that American society generally has never cared about its black citizens. This sentiment runs deep among many black americans. Kayne said something alot of people agree with.

mojoala said...

Racism is very deep there in Louisiana. I lived there for 3 years. Livingston Parish(county for the rest of you) is off limits to blacks. Very deep kkk territory.