The Swamp Hermit's Report

Segregated Racism

Posted in Affirmative Action, Afrosphere, Black Liberation Theology, Liberalism, Obama, Racism by Karmi on January 19, 2009

Barack Obama is a supporter of what I call – Segregated Racism, i.e. that Black Racism is OK, but White Racism is not. Barack Obama followed and practiced the racist doctrine of Black Liberation Theology for twenty years. James Cone – considered by many as the main founder of Black Liberation Theology – had this to say about racism:

“It is important to make a further distinction here among black hatred, black racism, and Black Power. Black hatred is the black man’s strong aversion to white society. No black man living in white America can escape it…But the charge of black racism cannot be reconciled with the facts. While it is true that blacks do hate whites, black hatred is not racism.”

One might think that Hate is Hate and Racism is Racism, but that’s not true for Barack Obama, James Cone, Rev. Wright, and black activists. Heck, even the color-blind blogosphere wasn’t good enough for black activists, i.e. they wanted it to be segregated, so they started a Black Blogosphere or Afrosphere.

So much for all the years spent fighting for integration…

Swåmp Hermî†

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  1. Justice58 said, on January 19, 2009 at 7:09 am

    Karmi,

    Stop imagining things. President Barack Obama is a uniter not a divider! He wants to bring this country together. I’m for uniting. You have too much hatred in your heart to see straight. What caused that hatred? Hate is like a cancer, all it does is eat away & destroy.

  2. Karmi said, on January 19, 2009 at 7:13 am

    Hey, I’m not the one who was a member of a racist group for TWENTY-Years, Barack Obama was…

  3. Justice58 said, on January 19, 2009 at 7:43 am

    You most likely were a member of some racist group?! Besides, Trinity Church is not racist. Rev. Wright did a lot for the black community and reached out to all from the Doctor to the down & out drug addict. You’re just mean & so full of hate yourself.

    Point that finger right back at yourself, Karmi.

  4. Karmi said, on January 19, 2009 at 7:56 am

    I’ve never been a racist or even a member of a racist group (like Obama was). I don’t care what Rev. Wright did, he is clearly a racist. The members of his racist church were either racists or supporting racists. Black Liberation Theology is a racist doctrine – promoted and supported by Rev. Wright and TUCC.

    Proof of Wright’s and TUCC racism was given when Obama tossed them ‘Under-the-Bus‘. He did that after spending twenty-years as a member of TUCC, and as a close friend of Rev. Wright. Obama was then allowed to simply walk away scot-free, which also showed Obama’s lack of character.

  5. The Worden Report said, on July 30, 2010 at 10:23 am

    Had Obama resisted using the label of black for political advantage, he could have led by virtue of his person–being multiracial (i.e., beyond the black and white dichotomy).
    See: http://euandus3.wordpress.com/2010/07/29/1034/

  6. Justice58 said, on July 30, 2010 at 11:41 pm

    The Worden Report,

    Resisted? Are kidding me? Why are you having a problem with his identity? He knows exactly who he is. Barack Obama identifies himself as a BLACK man. He embraces his blackness. Get over yourself.

  7. Karmi said, on July 31, 2010 at 9:09 am

    Justice58,

    You are missing Worden’s point, like 90-95% of black Americans often do. I call it Wallowing in Hatred and Blackness, i.e. blacks hate so much that they can’t see themselves as just Americans because their focus is on “blackness” only. With a dominating focus like that, a majority of black Americans are unable to see their own racist behavior…which has been on full display, for all to see, since Obama ran for President.

  8. Justice58 said, on July 31, 2010 at 12:33 pm

    You’re so delusional until it’s really sad. Did you not know at a time blacks weren’t even considered humans in this country, much less Americans? We weren’t even included in the Constitution. It took the 14th amendment for that. It took the 15th amendment to give the black man a right to vote. Not until the election of Barack Obama did we feel like we were really citizens of this counry. But get a clue & go learn what that means.

  9. Karmi said, on July 31, 2010 at 1:48 pm

    Let me add … wallowing in the past along with the previous hatred and blackness. You weren’t even alive back then, and yet you cry about it now…you may not even have been alive during the 60’s (1960’s). Here’s a question: Who was the first group allowed to vote, women or black men?

  10. Justice58 said, on July 31, 2010 at 3:25 pm

    You know, that’s really insulting to ask me something like that. WTF do you take me for? You’re consumed with institutional racism. If you can’t respect me enough to engage in a decent debate, then fuck off!

  11. Karmi said, on July 31, 2010 at 4:28 pm

    That simple question didn’t fit your template, huh. You’re a racist, so having or not having “respect” for you isn’t even involved. Your hatred blinds you from all facts – past, present and future – so you don’t actually want to debate, just wallow…so to speak.


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