Saint Shirley's Husband Caught On Tape Pushing Black Separatism (Video)

Another Sherrod video surfaced today.
This latest video shows Saint Shirley Sherrod’s husband Charles making a black separatist speech, to supporters in January.

Riehl World View posted the revealing video:

Kristinn added this on the video:

Charles Sherrod’s comments are unambiguous in their anti-white, black separatist sentiments.

The four-minute-thirty-three-second excerpt, apparently unedited, shows Sherrod talking about the $13 million settlement by the USDA for the racial discrimination lawsuit brought by Sherrod, his wife and their black farmer cooperative New Communities.

Sherrod says one of the purposes of the Georgia-based cooperative was to feed “our people in the North” of the United States. He goes on to urge young blacks to use their money for the “total liberation” of blacks and to find a way to trust each other so that their riches don’t end up in the hands of whites.

The video ends with Sherrod appealing, “We must stop the white man and his Uncle Toms from stealing our elections.

Young people, you will be making more money than we ever dreamed of. Please find a way, find a way that we can trust each other so that our moneys can work for our total liberation.

We have ideas, inventions, athletic talent. But our labor and our moneys and our contracts usually end up in the white folks’ hands and pockets.

When will we trust our own?

“Finally we must stop the white man and his Uncle Toms from stealing our elections. We must not be afraid to vote black. And we must not be afraid to turn a black out who votes against our interests.”

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