African-American “ACTIVISTS” – aka Black RACISTS
America just elected Barack Obama as President, and African-American “ACTIVISTS” are already whining about “inequality between blacks and whites” and “disparities between the majority whites and black Americans” … etcetera.
The election of Barack Obama as the first black U.S. president should help revive America’s image abroad as a land of opportunity for all.
But some analysts fear Obama’s win could actually undermine efforts to tackle inequality between blacks and whites in a country where racial segregation in the south prevented blacks from voting as recently as the 1960s.
These same African-American “ACTIVISTS” – aka Black RACISTS – ignore the fact that Barack and Michelle Obama spent 20-years as members of a ‘Church of Hate’ that promoted the racist doctrine of Black Liberation Theology. Hatred and Black RACISM is being taught in African-American churches, and these so-called “ACTIVISTS” dare to complain about “White AmeriKKKa”?!?
Here’s a clear example of what these African-American “ACTIVISTS” – aka Black RACISTS – are actually about:
Illinois State Sen. James Meeks, who moonlights as the pastor of Chicago’s Salem Baptist Church — may have quotes from Scripture always handy, but are theologically closer to Karl Marx and black nationalism, than to Christianity.
Many African-Americans are worse than ‘Spoiled Children’ who are always wanting their way … who are always wanting more. Black children are being taught to HATE soon after they are born, and to blame “White AmeriKKKa” for all of their problems.
Michelle Malkin has an informative post on this topic – So much for “AmeriKKKa”.
If we live in such a racist country, as the friends and fellow travelers of Barack Obama have argued vehemently throughout this campaign season, how did AmeriKKKa end up electing The One?
Black Americans need to ‘Look-into-a-Mirror’ for a change, and start accepting responsibility for the problems that they themselves have created! Learning the Three R’s – “Reading, Riting, and Rithmetic” – isn’t that difficult … IF they are being taught correctly, and … IF they are an early focus of education. Drop the teaching of HATRED, Socialism, and ‘Victimization’, and focus on the Three R’s!
Yes, Racism exists in America; however, African-Americans represent the clear majority of Racists here in America!