Tuesday, July 13, 2010

NAACP Unanimously Passes Resolution Condemning Tea Party As "Racist", But Ignores The Racism Of The New Black Panther Party

On July 13th, 2010, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) once again showed why critics sometimes refer to them as the National All-African Communist Party. During their convention in Kansas City, they passed a resolution effectively condemning the Tea Party as being "racist". Their resolution called for “all people of good will to repudiate the racism of the Tea Parties, and to stand in opposition to its drive to push our country back to the pre-civil rights era.” The resolution itself is not available online because the final wording must be approved by the NAACP's national board of directors during its meeting in October.

In response, Tea Party activist Alex Poulter, who co-founded a Kansas City-area group called Political Chips, disputed the allegations. He said the movement is made up of a "diverse group of folks who are upset with what is going on with this country." Poulter said he has seen no evidence of racism within the movement. In addition, the St. Louis Tea Party published a resolution calling upon the NAACP to withdraw their resolution and recommending that the Internal Revenue Service re-visit the tax-exempt status conferred upon the NAACP.

The Council of Conservative Citizens also condemned the NAACP resolution, denouncing the foundational premises as being false. The CCC notes that the resolution references claims by some Black congressmen which have been proved to be false; the events were captured on camera and show that the Black congressmen fabricated the stories of being spit upon by Tea Party activists. The CCC also notes that the NAACP resolution makes a disingenuous slippery-slope argument that since the Tea Party movements attacks Obama, and Obama is Black, the Tea Party movement must be “racist.” The CCC does imprecisely state that "the NAACP was founded in 1909 by white members of the American Socialist party"; the fact is that, according to Wikipedia, the NAACP was actually founded by Jews; the first five presidents of the NAACP were all Jewish. But that disconnect does not detract from the validity of the CCC's criticism of the NAACP resolution.

Conspicuous by its absence is any NAACP criticism of the New Black Panther Party. Recently, NBPP warlord Malik Zulu Shabazz was quoted as saying "The real terrorists have always been the United Snakes of America," and "Kill every goddamn Zionist in Israel! Goddamn little babies, goddamn old ladies," and whose protégé likes to wax eloquent on "kill[ing] some crackas" and "kill[ing] some of their babies." Not a peep of protest from the NAACP.

The New American points out that although the Department of Justice played race politics in favor of the militant New Black Panther Party, whose members have violated civil rights by engaging in voter intimidation and calling for the murder of white Americans, the NAACP failed to repudiate that behavior. And in August 2009, when black Tea Partier Kenneth Gladney was viciously beaten and called the "N" word by radical SEIU members, the St. Louis Chapter of the NAACP took the side of the assailants and labeled Gladney an “Uncle Tom” for espousing conservative ideologies. The Missouri NAACP even pressed for the St. Louis prosecutor to drop the charges against Gladney’s two attackers.

By promoting entitlement over empowerment, the NAACP has degenerated into an apologist organization for black extremist thuggery. They encompass the Black community in psychological chains more insidious and far more dangerous than the physical chains worn as slaves prior to the Civil War. The NAACP is just like a porn star who can't get it up any more; their rhetoric merely disguises their political impotence.


  1. The Tea Bag Party are just “haters not debaters” or as others have dubbed them “screamers not dreamers”, with their failed attempts at stopping Healthcare reform, they say they respect the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence but they do not mind passing laws, through weak Governors (no one voted for this crazy) who only cares about getting elected Governor, on the backs of undocumented workers, that will not pass Constitution muster.

    Brewer signed into law;
    1. S.B. 1070,
    2. No permit conceal weapons law,
    3. The famous Birthers law,
    4. Banning Ethnic studies law,
    5. Banning human-animal hybrid (aren’t most GOPers crossed with the Reptilian race?)
    or are they just giving Laurence Gonzales, some great promotion material for his new book “Lucy”.

    6. Could she be behind the Mural in Prescott, Arizona, ordered to be whiten,
    7. On deck to pass, no citizenship to babies born to undocumented workers,

    8. If she can read she should look up Arizona’s House Bill 2779 from two years ago (which was un-constitution and failed when legally challenged),
    9. The boycotted Martin Luther King Day, what idiots don’t want another holiday? Yes, you guessed it Arizona.

    Well Arizona, you can boycott new holidays and keep passing crazy laws and the rest of us will continue to challenged them in a court of law and continue to add cities to our Boycott of your state.

    I real cannot believe anything that comes out of Brewer’s mouth, in an interview she first said her father had died in Germany fighting the Nazi in World War II (war ended 1945) but of course we find out the truth that father was never in Germany and died in California in 1955. But we are suppose to believe everything else she says, right! No one voted for you for Governor, yet you keep listening to the tiny brains of the crazies and signing into law everything that comes into their feeble minds, it only make you look dumb, stupid or racist, or maybe all three.

    As for the Tea Bag Party, their phony patriotism is sickening; they are just racists going by another name. We all know you are just itching to put a sheet on their head? Let’s face it the Republicans had eight years to deal with health care, immigration, energy (remember Cheney’s secret meetings with oil companies where loosening regulation and oversight were sealed), climate change and financial oversight and governance and they failed. It appears that the Republican Party is only good at starting wars (two in eight years, with fat contracts to friends of Cheney/Bush) but not at winning wars as seen by the continuing line of body bags that keep coming home. The Republicans party will continue turned inward to their old fashion obstructionist party (and their Confederacy appreciation roots) because they continue to allow a small portions (but very loud portion) of their party of “birthers, baggers and blowhards” to rule their party. I will admit that this fringe is very good at playing “Follow the Leader” by listening to their dullard leaders, Beck, Hedgecock, Hannity, O’Reilly, Rush, Savage, Sarah Bailin, Orly Taitz, Victoria Jackson, Michele Bachmann and the rest of the Blowhards and acting as ill programmed robots (they have already acted against doctors that perform abortions). Yee Haw!

  2. Hope you feel better now that you've got all of that off your chest :sarcasm: You got all the left-wing talking points down pat; Keith Olberman must have briefed you well.

    Actually, Brewer had nothing to do with the mural controversy in Prescott. That was strictly a local rebellion against political correctness.

  3. The problem is this. Tea Party candidates will win a number of these congressional races because local districts are often safely partisan in nature. They can make their wild, unfounded claims, crazy accusations, etc., and win. That means not only are we likely to see an increase in Republican seats in both houses, we're likely to see more antics, more insanity, more stupidity. At the same time they're going to do everything they can to derail Obama's policies which will likely mean high unemployment, a moribund economy, and more compromises on policy positions that make no one happy.

    That could literally mean that if the Republicans put up a legitimate candidate in 2012, they could win. Such a result is bad enough, but the likely response for the Democrats is to move further to the "middle" to placate voters. As we've seen over the last decade, the "middle" in American politics is basically on the verge of being an 80s Republican. Increasingly that means we'll have a political landscape of a conservative party and ratfuck insane parties. The former, given it's track record, slowly moving to the right, the latter, given it's track record, loudly screaming "socialism, communism, fascism!!!"

    If we continue on this course, privatization will be socialism.