SHOCKING VIDEO- What the MSM Won't Show You From Shirley Sherrod's Hate Speech

Shirley Sherrod is no saint. Andrew Breitbart and Big Government released video earlier this week showing former Ag employee Shirley Sherrod admitting that she did not assist a poor farmer as much as she could have because of his “attitude” and race. You know the rest of the story. She said it was years ago, she said she learned from her experiences, she said blah-blah-blah… The democratic-media complex slammed Andrew Breitbart and FOX News for showing only a segment from her speech.

Earlier today an anonymous reader sent me this damning video revealing the buried racist remarks from the rest of Sherrod’s NAACP speech.
Of course, the state-run media does not want you to see this:

Shirley Sherrod and the state-run media owe Andrew Breitbart an apology.

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  • tom22ndstate

    Keep up the great work Jim. There is no way in hell we should allow this to stand as is and I shudder as everyone is ready to give this woman a pass.

  • I’m sorry – but the “And now a government official engaging in class warfare…” line made my LOL and spit my lunch out!

    ObowMao does that in his sleep for crying out loud!!!

  • USDA knew about video the Thurs b4 story posted (Mon)-Sherrod emailed copy of video/transcript?: Smells funny…

  • StrngernFiction

    “It’s always about money yo.” This leach would certainly know.

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  • StrngernFiction

    What Ms. Sherrod doesn’t tell her audience here is that the path to the promise land is paved RED. Ask her daughter Russia.

  • I’m sorry – but from the first video shown – where it was cut off – I knew her personal story was of redemption. And in this new clip – I don’t see blatant racism. I see prejudice.

    Can we move on from the Sherrod Charade?

    Come on… I think there’s so much corruption here… and this is a CLASSIC example of why the government has no BUSINESS in our lives. Why does the USDA even exist??? Seriously – there would be no story if not for the USDA.

    Is there a double standard for racism? YES – of course.
    Is it news to any one???

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  • bigbrother0074

    I find it interesting that by the end when she’s talking about her “redemption” and moving on that the audience falls silent. Where did all the affirmations go?

  • pst314

    “Is there a double standard for racism? YES – of course. Is it news to any one??? Can we move on from the Sherrod Charade?”

    No, we cannot. We have to keep pointing this stuff out, we have to keep holding those radical to account for what they say. We cannot afford to stop until they stop. Anything else is surrender.

  • SS is a Race bating marxist liberal operative.
    This needs to be exposed and not be dropped.
    Obummer wants the media to move on, keep exposing this EVERY Day until the elections.

    Keep this on the front page, Jim. They are exposed now.

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  • ProLifer

    I’m bored.

  • donh

    The number of conservative people who want to go easy on Mrs. Sherrod and dump on Brietbart shows just how much power the left has at manipulating our behavior. Still to this day it is extremely difficult to get a unified condemnation of racial bigotry when the offender is a far left socialist. The fact Mrs Sherrod would preach to a crowd of black people that the loud opposition to Obama is based on his black skin color disqualifies her from public service. If she really believes this, anyone who files a complaint with her office is not going to get a fair shake. They will just be dismissed as a racist, or worse be forwarded to the IRS for an audit.

  • bg



    i wasn’t..

    ergo, my repetitive post/question:


    because i’m still waiting for someone, anyone, to tell me
    exactly how what she stated was taken out of context..

    or did we just take their word for it, like we were forced to on the bills THEY DIDN’T READ before they were passed that aren’t what they claimed, surprise not..

    btw: Can the federal government be sued?

    and this is interesting..


  • Katherine Kutchmark

    I wonder if these obama loving people ever consider that he is ALSO WHITE!!! Talk about ‘hate’ the black people do a BOG job on the Chinese people whom they also hate. They just won’t let it go………………Also when they talk about slavery, Thomas Sowell said there were many times more WHITE SLAVES than black ones and the black people also had BLACK slaves themselves in the south.

  • Jim

    It seems like Ms. Sherrod likes to make sweeping statements about people with money in general and about “rich republicans” in particular. I wonder if she considers herself a person with money now that she has won 13 million dollar lawsuit against Mother Fed.

    Perhaps she only means white republicans with money.

    In addition, Ms. Sherrod seems to be making a pitch to her less enlightened (perhaps more racist) colleages in the NAACP. I feel like she might be trying to persuade them to put aside their differences in order to unite with poor whites against the powers that be. (i.e. Ms. Sherrod seems to be advocating Class Warfare)

    In my opinion, Ms. Sherrod seems to fit the profile of a garden variety, race baiting, Marxist, hustler with prediliction for filing frivolus lawsuits against her imaginary oppressors.

    Afterall, it’s all about the money ya’ll.

  • DocScience

    This is what deep seated psychological issues look like.

    Gonna be another generation, maybe more.

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  • The problem with this case, as I see it, is that the NAACP (and those who support it) see no discrimination in judging all white people as a whole, while occasionally singling out individual whites as “one of us” because he’s poor or he’s a democrat or he’s illiterate, etc.

    Reverse this thinking – imagine a WHITE government official blanket condemning blacks (or any other minority) but publicly making exceptions for one individual because he’s rich or successful or highly educated…

    There’d be screams of racism and bigotry from every MSM news source, no matter how enlightened that white official claimed to be.

    The hypocrisy coming from the NAACP and supporters is unbelievable. Having a black president was supposed to put an end to all race discrimination in America. Unfortunately, the left has made it worse than I’ve ever see in my lifetime. Instead of racial equality, there now seems to be an attitude of ‘payback’.

    An even bigger hypocrisy is the NAACP’s association with black Islamists. Muslims were the worst of slave traders, and islamic societies still continue the practice of slavery to this day!

    These people don’t care about racism. They only care about the power they have as a result of racism, real or imagined.

  • mrt

    StrngernFiction July 23rd, 2010 | 11:08 am | #6
    “What Ms. Sherrod doesn’t tell her audience here is that the path to the promise land is paved RED. Ask her daughter Russia.”

    Or her son, Kenyatta.
    No joke.
    Russia and Kenya-tta.

  • dnb

    Does Ms. Sherrod know that Mr. and Mrs. Obama have money, lots of it? Or is democrat money different?

  • kansas

    Apparently you haven’t realized that you have to show all of Shirley’s speeches in their entirety in order to gain proper “context”.

  • bg


    re: bg #15

    ‘you know’ Shirley did say a lot of good things as well, like telling them they have to step up to the plate, i guess one could say she’s a little bit racist & a little bit fair & balanced..


  • kansas

    Oh yes, dnb, democrat and black money is a lot different.

  • Just_Saying

    So, don’t get worked up, now, but in a hundred years, we won’t have to worry about color. There will be no more whites or blacks — just browns. Then, instead of whining about race, the whine will be about shade.

  • averagemelon

    Does anyone else think that judging another person through individual choices and behavior is probably the best way to evaluate another human being? Good Lord, I was taught this in kintergarden.
    My take on Sharrod? Not a very nice person, indeed. I’m white and have done no such thing that she has accused me of. Shame on her and everyone who thinks like that.

  • I might also suggest that we take a few steps back and think about the “New Collective” that she was involved with for so long. And why on earth would a person that was involved in a landmark lawsuit against the USDA, ultimately winning substantial damages, then be hired by the USDA? My great grandfather, who fought on the Union side in the Civil War, was promised money and cheap land, but never received anything, except two wounds. Should I bring suit against my government for this, or should I instead ask for some of the New Collective/USDA loot? The tab is up to $1.2 billion so far. When will this collectivist reparations mindset end?

  • squeaky

    “let that be your last battlefield” star trek

  • There is a connection between Shirley, her husband and Bill Ayers. That would make perfect sense if her children’s names are Kenyatta and Russia. Why was she hired AFTER she sued the USDA? Why were she and her husband awarded $300,000 for pain and suffering and the other plaintiffs in the case were only awarded $75,000? There is so much more to know about Shirley and MSM is treating this woman as if she a female Martin Luther King. Even Fox is walking on eggshells.

  • Don Rodrigo

    The single most important thing is that you’ve got a federal government official blathering on with a race-tinged confessional at a sanctioned gathering of people who belong to a race-conscious political organization.

    She shouldn’t even be there if she’s going to “relate” to this audience. She is not supposed to be there as a representative of the black segment of society from the USDA, because the USDA represents America as a whole.

  • bg


    Just_Saying @ 12:52 pm#26

    re: [the whine will be about shade]

    oh please, that’s been a point of contention
    within the black community for decades..

    albeit’s never going to happen, i’m certain that once Utopia is achieved (oh .. say a gabillion years from now), our IslaMarxist leaders will demand that only they’re zygote’s be cloned & institute a robot replacement program to create a virtual civilization to protect them against the outlying pitchfork mutants, or something like that.. /sci-fi-sarc/


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  • Subadar Lal Kukhri

    Obama, Pelosi and Reid: the Three Stooges and their MSM propaganda organs are waging total war on the private sector economy; private property (it’s theft, they say); and liberty.

    We’re ruined.

  • Obama White House

    Shirley Sherrod wants to sue Andrew Breitbart . I say lets get Hussein the insane to have this prime time, he hussein can be the person that just listens. Why did Democrats and Hussein send $400 Billion to Hamas last month? Is any one listening. Or do we have a terrorist president in the white house?

    Why not give Arizona $400 billion to fight the illegal invasion? But Hussein the anti-democracy hater wants to destroy the USA.

    I think it is time for his gold weekend.

  • squeaky

    July 23rd, 2010 | 1:29 pm | #32
    [Bernard, desperately wanting Lenina’s attention, tries to impress her by taking her on holiday to a Savage Reservation. The reservation, located in New Mexico, consists of a community named Malpais (which in Spanish means “bad country”, one of many Spanish puns throughout the novel). From afar, Lenina thinks it will be exciting. In person, she finds the aged, toothless natives who mend their clothes rather than throw them away repugnant, and the situation is made worse when she discovers that she has left her] shades of “brave new world” maybe – utopia…

  • Chisum

    BURN: Sherrod’s Further Display Of True Plumage

    She is an unreconstructed racist, bigot, and Collectivist.

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  • Auntie Em

    Y’all don’t hate me, but I am starting to see what my grandfather saw, and the reasons he thought the way he did.

    There is a cultural divide greater than ourselves, and we should not try to bridge it, just stay on our side.

  • Shirley….we can’t get past it if you keep dwelling on it and fueling the flames. Just today I wrote the following:Stop feeding the beast-

  • ugh

    “And in this new clip – I don’t see blatant racism. I see prejudice.”

    Agreed. This video doesn’t incriminate her.

    What does incriminate her, are her comments against Breitbart re: slavery, and Fox. She is a race baiting bigot.

  • USMC Thomas

    In Washington DC, there’s every kind of politically correct caucus, except a Congressional White Caucus.

  • John Flemming

    I was invited to this site to get a new perspective on Shirley Sherrod. The video only confirms my belief that this is a women of high integrity and deserves a lot of respect for what she went through in the past, especially the killing of her father, and the manner in which she encourages us to be more tolerant . I can not say the same about many of the comments on this site.

  • ugh

    Auntie Em: “There is a cultural divide greater than ourselves, and we should not try to bridge it, just stay on our side.”

    If you’re talking race, rather than ideology – and with a screen name like “Auntie Em” we can guess – than they successfully baited you. By they, I mean people who plan to us polarization and race/culture wars to spark their radical “revolution”.

  • Auntie Em

    ugh….’UGH’….you are WAY off base.

    Try again.

  • Auntie Em


    You shouldn’t just a screen name by its cover. That gives the troll away. Debate on the content, not your preconceived notions, which in this day and age are almost 100% wrong.

    Have a great day ‘ugh’ and by ‘ugh’ I mean exactly that!

  • Auntie Em

    I meant ‘judge’ not ‘just’…..trolls always make me giddy.

    I hate trolls.

  • willy

    I’m starting to think the woman is not very smart and does not know how to put her thoughts to paper.

  • squeaky

    White House to Impose “Fairness” on Education Spending
    Posted by John Rosenberg
    [The White House, for some reason, appears to have heard her call, for on Tuesday, reported the Chronicle of Higher Education, “White House Official Says Civil-Rights Office Will Enforce Fair State Spending for Black Colleges.”]

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  • jkruofa

    Even if she “learned her lesson” and redeemed herself later, she still admitted to not helping a person because he was white. How many other people did she refuse help before she “learned her lesson”?

  • ugh

    Auntie Em:
    “July 23rd, 2010 | 2:46 pm | #46
    You shouldn’t just a screen name by its cover. That gives the troll away. Debate on the content, not your preconceived notions, which in this day and age are almost 100% wrong.”

    I guess Auntie Em is on your birth certificate?

    We’re talking about race issues, and you’re talking about your Grandfather being right, and “staying on your side”.

    You essentially just cryptically mimicked Sherrod’s racism.

    I love Gateway, but the thinly veiled supremacist comments aren’t cool, and do not match the inclusionary spirit of conservative American ideals we strive for.

  • Leslie

    I saw Ms. Sherrod’s entire 43 minute speech, and it was the strongest and most touching ANTI-racism speech I’ve ever seen. I’ve also seen an interview of the Spooners (the white farmers she helped), and they credit her with saving their farm. They said that she had NOT behaved like a racist.

  • I don’t understand the problem ugh has with the name Auntie Em. It’s Dorothy’s aunt in the Wizard of Oz. What did she ever do to you??

  • Chisum


    I think ugh is suffering from a classic case of projection.

  • Frankly I didn’t really understand what Em meant in her comment, which ugh took exception to, so I can’t say anything about the content of their disagreement, but I just don’t understand why an screen-name allusion to the sweet old lady in the Wizard of Oz made him/her think “race.”

  • StrngernFiction

    John Flemming,

    Just so we know how committed a leftist we are dealing with, perhaps you can tell us if you believe Barack Obama to be a man of high integrity?

  • Bogdan from Australia

    John Fleming, my entire family has suffered from the hands of Germans and Russians during WW2. Desoite that, there has NEVER been any hatred towards ordinary Germans or Russians and I was even able to form a deep and long lastin frendship with the people from both nations.

    That is being called FORGIVNESS! I was being taught about FORGIVNESS by my parents and I was able to apply that in mpractice of my life by sticking to CATHOLIC values that I’ve learnt even if I can call myself an agnostic.

    If you want to learn something about the suffering anf forgivness, read the “God’s Playground – History Of Poland” by the prominent British historian Norman Davies.

    You will acknowledge that the Poles have suffered hundred times more than the American Blacks and yet have the capacity to forgive hundred times bigger than the American Blacks.

    So, please, stop playing the ETERNAL victims. You harm only yourselves.

  • Joanne

    The truth is some black people have a real problem with white people having money – I doubt very much that rich black people have a problem with it as much or at all. There are a lot of white people without money, but some black people seem to focus on the white people who have money. And yes, money does equal power, but then again, it always has, no matter who has the money.

  • Bleepless

    So the silly, pudgy loudmouth segued from Elijah Muhammed to Karl Marx. This is supposed to be an improvement and, to the MSM, undoubtedly is.

  • mary

    I was convinced she was prejudiced against whites and conservatives BEFORE I saw this video. She seems to be a good representation of the’ let’s get-even’ Obama administration. or call it Get Whitey!

  • bg


    John Flemming @ 2:24 pm #43

    slavery was (& still is), a terrible tragedy indeed.. however, many a white man was also hung, shot or somehow murdered defending the black man, those men (black & white) just happen to be members the very party she ignorantly demeans (in a see-saw fashion) throughout her entire racially motivated speech, go figure..


  • Greg

    Bogdan from Australia wrote:

    “You will acknowledge that the Poles have suffered hundred times more than the American Blacks and yet have the capacity to forgive hundred times bigger than the American Blacks.”

    Firstly, we are in the USA, and racism is a US-grown product and export, so in this country, US Blacks have suffered hundred times more than Polish people. And I’m sure the atrocities committed against Poles were addressed in the form of reparations in that fair country and throughout Europe. I have never seen in any historical document that Polish people were enslaved for roughly nine generations, then subjected to 100 years of “de facto” slavery (aka “Jim Crow”).

    Secondly, I do not know of a more forgiving group of people than Black people. (I am not failing to acknowledge Native Americans, but their forgiveness has been all but annihilated, along with their very souls.) Forgiveness is for the giver, not the receiver. But that being said, if an apology for past atrocities is given, it is the first step in moving toward reconciliation, not passing the buck. Don’t think for a minute Blacks did not attempt to procure reparations in the mid-1800’s and beyond. (I wonder why they were never awarded!) But forgiveness is a virtue, and Black folk are truly virtuous in that regard.

    And lastly, I don’t know if some of the posters here actually VIEWED the included clip, when someone as noble as Ms. Sherrod recounts a story about how she overcame her prejudices and helped a situation (which is what her speech was about in the first place), it should be a wonderful lesson of humanity, grace and, yes, forgiveness.

    That is all.

  • Hermes

    Does anyone find it curious that the NAACP itself first condemned her remarks when the Breitbart tape surfaced, but it was their organization that the speech was made to, and they knew all along what was said? My take on this: The NAACP felt “caught in the act”, in this way: Sherrod’s speech is filled with generalities and she finishes with the appeal that we are trying to reach a point where color won’t matter. This has been the typical NAACP message for decades. But they don’t allow themselves to reach it, and here felt caught at that. The woman’s generalities about an undefined “they” trying to “elevate whites” above blacks is anonymous and can be applied anywhere in the mind of the listener. So what it means is that the past & the present aren’t really distinguished if such a need to generalize is accepted. Neither is it distinguished in the present day nor in the mind of the listener, and in the mind of the listener it has less need to. The NAACP condemned her because, with this part of the tape public, they felt exposed in this way. When the rest of the tape appeared, they felt it contained their public message they’ve always offered and provided the basis for accepting the duality. In reality, Sherrod is defending her own advancement in her career. Her speech really reveals that she learned from her position of responsibility to put some opinions behind her – apparently – but here she is freely indulging in reviving a mindset where she handn’t questioned them. It leaves the “lesson” lost for a context or meaning in the present. We all learn in life through experience, but if we find a source that only validates some beginning mindset where we were without question, and are satisfied with that, there eventually becomes no message to convey beyond disappointment. The absence, feeling itself justified without comparison, makes one further leap and assigns dissatisfaction to somthing in the present, or the present itself, attributing it to the past, unchanged as it is unchallenged. So the constant tone of her speech is that she still feels “owed” something – and this is all over the place, in every present topic she looks at, healthcare etc, which suffer her expressions offered as conclusions without analysis. It’s as if she really hasn’t learned anything, and is looking for any excuse to have sentiment taken at face value, and go back to a point where she’s not responsible for what she says. And this is the pattern that so many pressure groups follow, which becomes a pattern of exaggerations and excuses. To this pattern, the individual is insignificant, only a convenience. They condemned her when they felt their excuse was gone & didn’t care that the original speech had been made in front of them.

  • Bogdan from Australia

    Greg says: “US Black suffered hundred times than the POles. And I’m sure that the atrocities commited against Poles were addressed in some form of reparation”.

    With due respect. You betray your ignorance.
    Every memeber of my extended family worked as a slave for Germans or Soviets during the WW2 and many of them died. NONE of them received any sort of reparation.

    In the result of the WW2, Poland has lost 10 million of her cotizens. Practically the entire elite; Scientists, teachers, priests, army officers, police offocers and so on and on…

    It was the state of Israel and some Jews that have received the compensation (Symbolic one one has to say) but not the Poles.

    Appart from that, you don’t know that Poles have been enslaved from 1795 till 1918 by occupying powers of Germany, Russia and Austria.

    Hundreds of thousnads of Polish patriots have been murdered by the occupants during that period.

    Poland was also the country that suffered most during the WW1 as the battles between Germany and Russia have been raging mainly on Polsih soil.

    Read the book and have a moment of reflection.

    Appart from that the slavery was not inclusively American fenomenon. It was widespread around the world and the African and a particalarily Muslim slave traders are even more guilty of that tragedy than the white American slave owners.

    Even more. More than five hundred thousand whited paid with their blood to free black slaves.

    Only the idiot will be tempted to blame the present generation for something that happened two hundred years ago.

    Get over it!

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  • Greg

    Again (since you missed it), I stated that in this country (the United States of America), Blacks have suffered hundred times more than Polish people in the USA. This is the truth…ask anyone.

    From Wikipedia, concerning reparations to Poland:

    “The punishment of Germany for the war was intended to include large-scale reparations to Poland. However, those were truncated into insignificance by the break-up of Germany into east and west. Poland was then to receive her share from the GDR (German Democratic Republic). Even this was attenuated, however, as the Soviets pressured the Polish Government to cease receiving the reparations far ahead of schedule, as a sign of ‘friendship’ between the two new communist neighbors and, therefore, now friends. Thus, without the full deserved reparations and without the massive Marshall Plan, Poland’s postwar recovery was much harder than it could have been.”

    Reports indicate that in 2004, the country of Poland had ceased in its efforts to receive reparations from Germany. It is unfortunate that your relatives did not receive compensation for what they suffered. However, Jewish Poles could be entitled to up to 8 billion dollars in compensation for WWII atrocities and stolen property. So at least there was a serious and somewhat earnest attempt at reparations…something that has been repeatedly shouted down here in the US.

    Many White people did die in the Civil War, but I’m willing to bet my life’s savings that not even a majority of those who died in the Civil War were Polish.

    I did not blame the the present generation for something that happened over 200 years ago. My point is that the formal proceedings that normally happen to a group that has been disenfranchised were never allowed to take place. As the saying goes, “justice delayed is not justice denied”. No blame, but what’s fair should be fair, no matter how long ago it happened. Because slavery was not an “inclusively American fenomenon” does not make the act any less heinous.

    It would have been great that after passing the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments, Blacks were allowed to engage in “the pursuit of happiness”, but then Jim Crow laws were enforced, further disenfranchising a group of people just because of the color of their skin.

    As I would never tell you to “get over” all the violence perpetrated against Polish people, I would never forget what this country did to Black people. It’s an ugly piece of history, but it is history. America has done great things and it has done terrible things, and that is the fabric of America.

  • If you look at the FULL video released by the NAACP, there’s a clear edit at 21.00 minutes. Something was obviously edited out. Makes you wonder what the NAACP is hiding.

  • bg


    testing 123..


  • K~Bob

    I don’t think the speech made her look like a Marxist Racist. Not all by itself. It’s the overall context of this fight on who is, and who isn’t racist.

    Her remarks about Breitbart are a different thing, entirely.

    But that’s the power of millions of small, everyday acts of “unconcern.” That’s how we arrive at the point where it’s just a given that comedians, politicians, and entertainers feel comfortable trashing white, religious, conservatives at any venue, at any time.

    The good news is that this stupid fight over the concept of racism and who practices it, can be seen as the final stage of the diseased concept of “race.”

    Race is a lie.

  • StrngernFiction


    Sheila “we won the Vietnam War” Jackson Lee, Hank “I fear Guam might tip over” Johnson, John “good and welfare clause” Conyers, Barack “57 states” Obama, Charlie Rangel, Maxine Waters, Barbara Lee…………WHAT MORE DO YOU F**CKING WANT FROM US?

  • Chessy T Cat

    @Leslie #54:

    You haven’t been around the block much. Either that or your working for bot central. Because your estimation of the clip was classic, blind, deaf, and stupid liberal drivel.

  • Chris

    “…we are in the USA, and racism is a US-grown product and export…”

    That may very well be the dumbest thing I’ve read in quite some time.

    I’m no expert but I’m 100% certain that hatred for others based on race has existed probably since the beginning of human civilization.

  • bg


    re: bg @ 9:20 pm #70

    ps: Greg @ 8:43 pm #68

    When Europeans Were Slaves


  • bg


    don’t see my original post bg #70 to Greg @ 8:43 pm #68..

    trying again..

    Greg @ 8:43 pm #68

    sorry, but Wikipedia is not exactly the best
    source in the world, never mind the net..

    that said, Blacks suffered most of all
    in their own back yard so to speak

    i also believe your comparing apples
    to oranges (aka: slavery to war)..

    do some research..

    and just a sample for the (fitb) of it:

    The Racist History of the Democratic Party

    [Some called it the Civil War, others called it the War Between the States, but to the African Americans at that time, it was the War Between the Democrats and the Republicans over slavery. The Democrats gave their lives to expand it, Republican gave their lives
    to ban it.

    much more here & here..

    Black Slave Owners

    [The fact is large numbers of free Negroes owned black slaves; in fact, in numbers disproportionate to their representation in society at large.[.]

    The census also determined that there were fewer than 385,000 individuals who owned slaves. Even if all slaveholders had been white, that would amount to only 1.4 percent of whites in the country (or 4.8 percent of southern whites owning one or more slaves).]

    to be continued..


  • bg


    bg #77 continued..

    The Truth May Inconvenience Our Perceptions

    [.] Can we not be legislated into slavery, or simply taxed into it? If many blacks recoil in horror at the thought of tens of thousands of black Confederates fighting and dying under the Confederate Battle Flag 135 years ago, it may just show the extent of their indoctrination, their alienation with the past, and the magnitude of the challenge Southerners face in ending racial hostility.]

    Out of America:

    [E.G. Long: “Africa is a painful reality. Over the past 21 years, I have lived and worked in five African countries: Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Zaire and Nigeria. ..There is nothing in Richburg’s book that I could contradict. I too, experienced the horror, and hopelessnesss of that continent. I read ‘Out of America’ in one sitting… ”

    Steve Wishnevsky: “This is the voice missing from the current race ‘dialogue.’ Mr. Richburg is a courageous writer and clear observer…
    His is an authentic voice and should be listened to closely. America is the only land where the descendants of Africans have anything approaching freedom and economic opportunity.”

    H. Luther: “So much of what you hear about Africa lately is from people who have never been there. People who want to romanticize what is in
    fact chaos and disaster… Richburg has written what he has seen, he has presented reality with great integrity. It is a must read.”

    oh btw:

    The Untold History of the Enslavement of Whites in Early America


  • Cougar

    Is it just me or does Shirley Sherrod strongly resemble Aunt Jemima?

  • Chisum

    I think poor Entitlement Greg’s head will explode when he reads this article. It’s about a Dem who wants to (gasp) end affirmative action.

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  • Chisum

    Leslie @ #54,

    This is for you.

    What’s missing from Sherrod Story?

  • bg


    Chisum @ 7:23 am #79

    thanks, posted that the other day but
    it probably got buried (so to speak)..

    sounds great, and i agree, however, they always say one thing to get elected & another after “we the suckers” vote for them.. at any rate,
    it also probably serves as a step towards the NWO ‘ONE size fits all’
    end game as well..

    re: Affirmative Action by Thomas Sowell..

    The Grand Fraud

    part II

    part III

    part IV

    more TS article’s here..

    ie: Race Card Fraud

    [Credit card fraud is a serious problem. But
    race card fraud is an even bigger problem.


    This year’s target is the Tea Party. When leading Democrats, led by a smirking Nancy Pelosi, made their triumphant walk on Capitol Hill, celebrating their passage of a bill in defiance of public opinion, Tea Party members on the scene protested.

    All this was captured on camera and the scene was played on television. What was not captured on any of the cameras and other recording devices on the scene was anybody using racist language, as has been charged by those playing the race card.


    You want bipartisanship and an end to bickering in Washington? He will say that he wants bipartisanship and an end to bickering in Washington. Then he will shut Republicans out of the decision-making process and respond to their suggestions by reminding them that he won the election. A famous writer– Ring Lardner, I believe– once wrote: “‘Shut up,’ he explained.”


    There is not now, nor has there ever been, anything post-racial about Barack Obama, except for the people who voted for him in the mistaken belief that he shared their desire to be post-racial. When he leaves office, especially if it is after one term, he will leave this country more racially polarized than before.

    Hopefully, he may also leave the voters wiser, though sadder, after they learn from painful experience that you can’t judge politicians by their rhetoric, or ignore their past because of your hopes for the future. Voters may even wise up to race card fraud.]


  • bg


    Cougar @ 6:49 am #78

    which begs the question..

    is it me, or are you an idiot??


  • vieirag

    So… It seems that if you are against Heatlth Care – Big Government own Car Industries, Banks, Schools, Universities and everything else you must be a racist?
    If you don’t vote for Obama to be the President you must be a racist? Please, never compare Obama with Martin Luther King Junior or Moses.

  • Carl Eric Scott

    So she says many Republicans oppose Obama b/c he’s black? And that distinguishes her how from at least 25% of the country? How do we get RACISM out of the typical (and yes, lamentable, illogical, nutty, and potentially dangerous) conservative-hatred that has been deliberately fostered far and wide in this nation?

    In the above video, you’ve got the framing, the interpretive commentary, the “buns,” so to speak…but WHERE’S THE BEEF?

    Just as it ain’t a burger w/o beef, it ain’t a RACISM speech w/o denigrating another race, and strictly speaking, w/o saying that the causal factor was race-specific genetic inheritances.

    Hoft, stop it. You have no more credibility here. If others want to investigate the HIRING of Mrs. Sherrod, fine, that’s a separate and legitimate issue, if pursued appropriately.

    And my fellow conservatives, STOP this automatic lazy-ass following of whatever interpretation of things you see your particular pundit leaders putting out.

  • Cougar

    In reference to BG, #83

    It’s you BG. Thanks for asking.

    I beg to mention you may never need a colonoscopy considering where your head seems to be.


  • Disgusted


  • bg


    Cougar @ 8:46 am #86

    thanks for responding to bg #83 response to Cougar #78..

    albeit Cougar #86 is not a direct answer to the question posed @ bg #83 re: Cougar #78, it’s close enough considering it says more about you than me, who may or may not look like Aunt Jemima..

    troll status confirmed, thanks..


  • David

    Now do you see why they have the Hatch Act,which by the way certain political group wnat to abolish.

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  • Neo

    But in one of its most surprising moves so far, it has done the opposite, proposing what would be the most radical reorganization of the National Health Service, as the system is called, since its inception in 1948.

    Practical details of the plan are still sketchy. But its aim is clear: to shift control of England’s $160 billion annual health budget from a centralized bureaucracy to doctors at the local level. Under the plan, $100 billion to $125 billion a year would be meted out to general practitioners, who would use the money to buy services from hospitals and other health care providers.

    ObamaCare is so .. yesterday

  • AuntieMadder

    July 23rd, 2010 | 8:43 pm | #68

    My point is that the formal proceedings that normally happen to a group that has been disenfranchised were never allowed to take place.
    Pray tell, what are these “formal proceedings that normally happen?”

    It would have been great that after passing the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments, Blacks were allowed to engage in “the pursuit of happiness”, but then Jim Crow laws were enforced, further disenfranchising a group of people just because of the color of their skin.
    The 1964 Civil Rights Act and 1965 Voting Rights Act marked the end of Jim Crow. I was born in 1964 to very young, very poor parents. Until I was six years old, we lived in one of the poorest and most dangerous neighbords in the Dallas area. My best friend was the little black girl who lived with her grandmother who was raising her, two doors down from us. (Her name, coincidentally, was Michelle.) My extended family members on both sides were poor, so poor that they couldn’t afford to oppress anyone, white, black or purple with green Polka dots. For anyone to claim that those of us still living today owe reparations to the descendants of slaves is laughably absurd.

    by the way and fwiw, and I bet it was worth plenty to blacks in northern and western states, Jim Crow laws were enacted only in southern states.

    As I would never tell you to “get over” all the violence perpetrated against Polish people, I would never forget what this country did to Black people.
    Well, I will. Poles, get over it, already. Black Americans, get over it, already. To everyone and anyone else who believes they’re owed something because everyone or anyone else had it better than their ancestors did, get over it, already, and get over yourself, too.

  • AuntieMadder

    July 24th, 2010 | 8:29 am | #83
    Cougar @ 6:49 am #78

    which begs the question..

    is it me, or are you an idiot??

    To get an unbiased opinion, you should ask a third party. I volunteer! Pick me! Pick me! Cougar’s an idiot.

  • kamfet

    This is all you have? keep digging. CNN, showed the whole speech, Ann Coulter has watched it several times and still claims its a beautiful speech about redemption. You lost, Britebar lost, has no credibility. So keep your head in the sand and keep hoping things might come your way.

  • Chisum


    More projection from the left?

    I see you ignored the NAACP’s racism, too.

    Read this:

    So you “keep your head in the sand and keep hoping things might come your way”.


  • As others stated why are we suprised that the
    Marxist NAACP as Dr. King was, would soujourn
    move actively as per their heir King Obama.
    They have “never” been in the arena of equality.
    Yet if there was a NAAWP formed,they government would beat it down in an instant.
    We are not talking supremacy,or race but ethical balance. Fraud with in agencies,the commie media,and phony-cultural groups who need to be slapped back into reality.

    Now we have a black president, many blacks appointed to various positions..for equality purposes, an a (Muslin) presidant who now allows a PLO-terriorist flag to be displayed in or, on our nations soil!!!! If people do not heed these
    warnings…well…what next? in essence..the
    SOUTH WAS RIGHT to fire the 1st shot!!

  • bg


    whether or not MLK was a Marxist is a debatable opinion..

    however, Obama is no Martin Luther King Jr., and he is beyond Marxist..

    Martin Luther King Jr. on Malcolm X

    “For 12 long years I lived within the narrow-minded confines of the ‘straightjacket world’ created by my strong belief that Elijah Muhammad was a messenger direct from God Himself, and my faith in what I now see to be a pseudo-religious philosophy that he preaches…. I shall never rest until I have undone the harm I did to so many well-meaning, innocent Negroes who through my own evangelistic zeal now believe in him even more fanatically and more blindly than I did.”

    ~ Malcolm X


  • bg


    AuntieMadder @ 8:46 pm #93


    you know i didn’t want to come right out & call Cougar a racist,
    because in the Progdemsphere, that would be (gasp) racist.. 😀


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