Friday, May 26, 2017

Racist

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Mohammed Ali Mosque

As a Nation of Islam heavyweight, boxing legend Muhammad Ali referred to Caucasians as “white devils” and “crackers” and told mosque worshipers that “black women have the best sons and daughters in the world,” according to Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) records obtained by Judicial Watch. Known as Cassius Clay before converting to Islam, Ali also said “programs of integration are useless,” that blacks want separation not integration and that the 1964 Civil Rights Act was a “swindle.” The three-time heavyweight champion also told Muslims during a mosque delivery that “the so-called Negro is the original man and is superior to the white devil” and that he’d rather be with his own people than “blue-eyed devil white people.”

The FBI files present a picture of the late heavyweight champion that is clearly at odds with much of the image portrayed at the time of his death last year. His deep involvement with the Nation of Islam and its racially divisive rhetoric and behavior is part of a record that deserves to be revealed and contradicts Ali’s image as a civil rights icon. The hundreds of pages of documents are related to the FBI’s investigation of Ali for evading the draft and the government’s monitoring of the Nation of Islam, which is described by the agency as an “all-Negro, quasi-religious organization which espouses a line of violent hatred of the white race, Government, law and law enforcement.” The federal surveillance files show that Ali told a Washington D.C. mosque crowd that he preferred “dying outright” or going to jail than going into the Army and at a Cleveland mosque the boxer said the American flag “represented death and destruction” but the “Muslim flag” represents “life and prosperity, justice for all black men.”

The records reveal the great threat the FBI perceived the Nation of Islam to be in the 1960s and that Ali was closely monitored by the agency as a “security matter” due to his associations with Nation of Islam leaders Elijah Mohammad and Malcom X. The Nation of Islam followed Mohammad’s interpretation of the “Koran,” the FBI records say, which taught that white people are “white devils” to be destroyed in a coming “War of Armageddon.”

In April 1964, Ali’s plans to travel to Muslim countries alarmed the FBI and the agency searched his passport files and recorded that while in Accra, Ghana, Ali said he planned to bring four wives back to the US. Ali’s ex-wife, Sonji Roi, informed the FBI that the Nation of Islam received 80% of the boxer’s earnings while he only got 20%. The records also state that Ali was arrested for assault and battery in July 1960 at his parents’ home in Louisville, Kentucky and that his mother witnessed the crime.

Judicial Watch had to sue the government to get the records, which are decades old but come to light as Ali’s family ironically uses his name and legacy to launch a national campaign to end racial and religious profiling. Just weeks ago, Ali’s second wife, Khalilah Camacho-Ali, and son, Muhammad Ali Jr, announced that they’re launching an anti-discrimination initiative called “Step into the Ring.” The inspiration came from getting detained and questioned at a south Florida airport where mother and son claim they were racially and religiously profiled.

The Alis were returning from a Jamaican Black History month event in February and assert that federal immigration officers harassed them. As part of their “Step into the Ring” campaign they traveled to Capitol Hill in March to make a plea to end racial and religious profiling. During congressional testimony Camacho-Ali said this: “Somebody needs to turn this ‘humanity’ switch on because we’re not going to go back to Robert E. Lee,” referring to the Civil War Confederate Army commander. “We must step into the ring and fight this thing and keep fighting it until it’s done because it will be done,” she continued.

When Muhammad Ali died in Phoenix, Arizona last June hordes of media outlets published obituaries rehashing his spectacular boxing career and accomplishments as a civil rights idol. One mainstream news outlet called Ali a “civil rights champion” and “an emblem of strength, eloquence, conscience and courage.” Another wrote that, along with a fearsome reputation as a fighter, Ali spoke out against racism, war and religious intolerance. Then President Barack Obama issued a statement saying that Ali fought for everyone. “He stood with King and Mandela,” Obama said, adding that the boxer “stood up when it was hard; spoke out when others wouldn’t.

His fight outside the ring would cost him his title and his public standing. It would earn him enemies on the left and the right, make him reviled, and nearly send him to jail. But Ali stood his ground. And his victory helped us get used to the America we recognize today,” the former president said in a White House statement that was published worldwide. Ali’s FBI files certainly paint a vastly different portrait of the boxer.

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project veritas action

There is a major donor in North Carolina and a Senate candidate who are going to be in a lot of trouble when people see this new Project Veritas Action Video.

Benjamin Barber is a lot of things. He is a Democratic theorist, and a “Distinguished” Senior Fellow at Fordham University. He writes for the Huffington Post, does TED Talks and does CNN interviews, writes books… and happens to be a racist.

Watch the shocking video to see what this Democratic strategist has to say about black people who disagree with him, and see the reactions from leaders in North Carolina.

The politician in the video is Deborah Ross who running for Senate in North Carolina against Richard Burr.

Currently, Burr is only up .08% according to Real Clear Politics average.

Ross’s comments deeply offended the black Republicans who viewed the videos and her condescending nature is going to be something that hurts her campaign.

On the other hand, the big issue for Benjamin Barber is if he will lose his airtime on CNN? Will he be able to continue to write for the Huffington Post?

Will Benjamin Barber be given back the money he donated to Hillary Clinton?

Barber also donated to Democracy for America (DFA), a left-wing political action committee founded by former DNC chair Howard Dean.

Coincidentally, DFA also endorses Deborah Ross as a candidate for Senate.

This video shows more than just racist comments; it highlights yet another instance of Democrats showing they only care about the black vote and not actual black people.

The same man who compared black Republicans to Jews working for Nazis is also a globalist who wants to remove borders and let mayors rule the world.

No wonder he is fan of Hillary, they both don’t want borders. Apparently he also doesn’t want any black Republicans, but he is proud of the black Democrats.

How do you feel about the racism heard in the new Project Veritas Action video? Let us know in the comments below.

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police

Remember when the world got in an uproar when a couple wouldn’t make a cake for a gay wedding? Well, Walmart just did the same thing towards police.

Walmart employees in McDonough Georgia refuse to decorate a cake featuring the text “Blue Lives Matter”,” because the employees thought the cake was “racist”.

The cake was for an officer who was retiring and the officer’s daughter commissioned the cake.

The un-named police officer’s daughter said, “I didn’t know what to do or say or anything. I was trying not to lose my temper or make a scene. I was so shocked.”

When Walmart was approached with the allegations they said that her most of the woman’s allegations were true.

The employees at the Georgia Walmart were the ones that made the decision to not make the cake. It is not standard policy to deny cakes to police. Walmart made a statement about the incident.

“Our goal is to always take care of customers. But, sometimes we misstep. We’re glad we were able to connect with the family to apologize and make this right.”

The saddest thing about this whole story is that people actually think that a “Blue Lives Matter” cake is racist.

Do you think supporting police is racist? Let us know in the comments below.

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Hillary

Hillary has called Donald Trump a racist during this campaign, but now he is fighting fire with fire.

Donald Trump stood on a stage in Mississippi for a rally and said this…

Those are strong words, but Hillary has called Trump a racist and much more, but is anyone listening?

Right now, Hillary is too busy asking for donations and answering questions about emails to worry about what Trump is doing, but Trump is cruising right now.

His campaign is on an upward track, and what ammo does Hillary have left?

Hillary has already called Trump a racist and now that his immigration policies are softening a little and he has changed his tone, what is there left to call him?

On the other hand, Trump calling Clinton a “bigot” probably won’t get him any more votes from minorities, but it may peel off some of Hillary’s.

After the things that Trump has said and the way the media has portrayed him, it is going to be tough to get African Americans to vote for him, but they may get so disgusted with the process that they stay at home. Either way, that is a vote for Trump.

This campaign is tough on America.

To hear our own candidates speak, minorities should be really upset right now. We will either get a “racist” or a “bigot” in the White House.

Trump is trying to turn around the “racist” persona that Hillary and the media labeled him with, because after all, he thinks that African Americans should “Give Donald Trump a chance”.

Do you think Hillary is a bigot? Do you think Trump is a racist? Let us know in the comments below.

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