CBC asks that Issa be stripped of gavel
The Hill ^ | March 6, 2014 | Bernie Becker
Posted on Thursday, March 06, 2014 2:15:27 PM by jazusamo
VIDEO: 4 minutes – Rep. Marcia Fudge’s oral presentation of the privileged resolution on House floor. Read more…
Dear Patriots (Reaching over 2-thousand Thanks to You & thru You- Permission to forward),
Included as well is George Bush the ‘First’s’, first reveal of The New World Order 20 years earlier.
I remember how the Society was excoriated 20 years ago when we reported this (when VIDEO’s were NOT available) and how Washington’s various 5th column lackey’s portrayed us as hacks and a ‘people’ with an over-zealous imagination for the extreme.
Their Lame Street Media had a field day with us for simply telling the Truth and demanding answers to what has become, CLEARLY, a Political Doctrine whose Ideology is anything BUT what America once stood for and represented.
Of course, remaining steadfast to our Confederate Identity allowed them to take even further dalliance with us via the Racist Card providing them with even greater room for distortion & deception resulting from the Revisionist History they had long imposed & built upon over the previous 130 years- To the Victor Always Goes the Spoils of War!
Black Racism Unchained… (“Jesse Lee Peterson declares, ‘It’s time for whites to speak out’ White Americans are under assault, and with the re-election of President Barack Obama, black racism is on the rise!”)
Exclusive: Jesse Lee Peterson declares, ‘It’s time for whites to speak out’
There’s no better example of black racism than when actor Jamie Foxx hosted “Saturday Night Live” and joked about his new film, “Django Unchained”: “I get free. I save my wife and I kill all the white people in the movie. How great is that?” He went on to say, “My president, President Obama, is back up in the White House for four more years. How black is that?”
How dumb is that? Just imagine if a white actor joked about how much he enjoyed shooting black people. And what if that same actor gloated about how great it is to have a white president like George W. Bush back in the White House? The NAACP, the godless Congressional Black Caucus, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and the rest of the liberals would be marching in the streets.
The Engineered Storm of The Century
Oct 27, 2012
Alex covers the storm of the century, Hurricane Sandy, as it moves ominously toward the east coast.
…..The notion that criticizing or merely refusing to vote for Obama is a racist act has become increasingly prevalent in the last few months, most recently after the debate on Tuesday night when MSNBC host Chris Matthewsaccused Romney voters of being fueled by “racial hatred.”
Retired officer warns: Obama victory may spark civil war… (Col Sellin) – National Policy & Issues | Examiner.com
…..According to Col. Sellin, most American institutions, including the military, have been tarnished by political corruption.
“Through the blatant careerism of senior officers like the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Martin Dempsey, even the American military has been politicized to further the goals of the Obama Administration by submitting to the agenda of radical Islam, attempting to suppress free speech, and undermining public trust in the military by allowing active duty personnel in uniform to engage in partisan politics through their participation in a gay pride parade,” he said.
But things are far worse than that, he said.
(“There’s an ad, talking about [how] the president is too cool, [asking] is he too cool? And there’s this music that reminds me of, you know, some of the blaxploitation films from the 70s playing in the background, him with his sunglasses,…”) Prison Planet.com » CBC staff: Opposition to Obama is racist
Angela Rye, Executive Director of the Congressional Black Caucus, argued that President Obama has struggled during his first term due to racially-motivated opposition from conservatives who dislike having a black president.
“This is probably the toughest presidential term in my lifetime,” Rye said during CSPAN’s Q&A yesterday. “I think that a lot of what the president has experienced is because he’s black. You know, whether it’s questioning his intellect or whether or not he’s Ivy League. It’s always either he’s not educated enough or he’s too educated; or he’s too black or he’s not black enough; he’s too Christian or not Christian enough. There are all these things where he has to walk this very fine line to even be successful.”