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G17Jake
04-10-2012, 18:46
A reminder....

http://www.stop-obama.org/?p=123

Check out the quote from Obama's book. It is from page 75. I think it is the 17th shaded quote.

It starts as - The minority assimilated into the dominant culture, not the other way around. ....
[Dreams from My Father, pg. 75]

There are plenty of other examples of Obama's messed up point of view on the page.

And for Michelle - http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/01/michelle_obama_and_stokely_carmichael_on_collective_white_guilt.html

Big Mad Dawg
04-10-2012, 23:32
I am waiting to go home and find the book in a garage sale but it will have to be a free throw in with other junk. I’m kidding I have less than zero interest in zeros book.

But to answer the question they are hateful racist criminals from Chicago.

juggy4711
04-10-2012, 23:38
Maybe it is just too late at night and I'm too tired, but I can't even figure out what that passage is supposed to mean aside from the Obama's thinking all white folks think they are nothing but n*****s based only on their complexion. In other words that all white people are racist which given their track record would not surprise me and would actually make themselves racists.

snerd
04-11-2012, 00:01
....... In other words that all white people are racist which given their track record would not surprise me and would actually make themselves racists.
That's exactly what they think. His beloved mentor, and first tenured black Harvard professor, Derrick Bell, ranted and raved on just such idiotic theories as "The Critical Race Theory"...............

Derrick Bell is best known as the founding father of Critical Race Theory, an academic discipline which maintains that society is divided along racial lines into (white) oppressors and (black) victims, similar to the way Marxism frames the oppressor/victim dichotomy along class lines. Critical Race Theory contends that America is permanently racist to its core, and that consequently its legal structures are, by definition, racist and invalid. A logical derivative of this premise, according to Critical Race Theory, is that the members of “oppressed” racial groups are entitled—in fact obligated—to determine for themselves which laws and traditions have merit and are worth observing. Such a perspective’s implications for the ability of civil society to function at all, are nothing short of monumental.

Further, Critical Race Theory holds that because racism is so deeply ingrained in America’s national character, racial preferences (favoring blacks) in employment and higher education are not only permissible but necessary as a means of countering the permanent character flaws of white people who, as Bell put it, seek to “achieve a measure of social stability through their unspoken pact to keep blacks on the bottom.”[1] Asserting that “few whites are ready to actively promote civil rights for blacks,” Bell—right around the time Obama was praising him at the Harvard rally—believed that “racial discrimination in the workplace is as vicious (if less obvious) than it was when employers posted signs ‘no negras need apply.’” Bell complained, in fact, that most white employers were loath to hire African Americans for “any position above the most menial.”[2] Nor did the professor look kindly upon his black colleagues who failed to share his enthusiasm for affirmative action. Indeed, Bell was among the first critics to condemn the June 1991 nomination of Clarence Thomas to the U.S. Supreme Court, stating (http://www.wnd.com/2012/03/obama-harvard-prof-abolish-white-race-as-social-category/): “To place a person who looks black and who, in conservative terms, thinks white, is an insult.”

Ideological conformity among blacks was of the utmost importance to Bell, since wherever he looked, he saw white racism. Lamenting that “no African Americans are insulated from incidents of racial discrimination,” Bell excoriated “a white society that condemns all blacks to quasi citizenship as surely as it segregated our parents.”[3] Claiming that racism was “an integral, permanent, and indestructible component of this society,” Bell went so far as to state: “The fact that, as victims, we suffer racism’s harm but, as a people, [we] cannot share the responsibility for that harm, may be the crucial component in a definition of what it is to be black in America.”[4] On the premise that “black people will never gain full equality in this country” due to the unending evils of the white “oppressor class,” Bell advised African Americans to squarely confront “the otherwise deadening reality of our permanent subordinate status.”[5] This gloomy view of black destiny was reflected most vividly in the title of Bell’s 1992 book, Faces at the Bottom of the Well: The Permanence of Racism.

By Bell’s reckoning, “the racism that made slavery feasible” was “far from dead.” He added: “Slavery is, as an example of what white America has done, a constant reminder of what white America might do.”[6] Bell also railed against the racism that motivated acts of white-on-black crime, lamenting that “even our lives … are threatened because of our color.”[7] That claim did not square with the fact that more than 90 percent of African American murder victims nationwide are actually killed by fellow blacks, but it made for a nice sound bite. And in fact, Bell did not entirely turn a blind eye to the epidemic of black-on-black crime. That phenomenon, he explained, was itself a reaction to white oppression: “Victimized themselves by an uncaring society, some blacks vent their rage on victims like themselves.”[8] In other words, whenever something bad happens, it is always the fault of whites.

As Bell saw things, white malevolence knew no bounds. In one of his writings, he mused that if scientists were to someday develop a magical pill that could transform any black person who consumed it into a perfectly law-abiding individual, whites would undoubtedly conspire to destroy it so as to prevent such an effect. Why? Because black crime, he explained, benefits many whites such as those who profit from the manufacture of prison uniforms.[9] Wholly disgusted by the white race, Bell predicted that eventually America would witness the rise of charismatic new black leaders who, in the interests of retribution, would “urge that instead of [African Americans] killing each other, they should go out in gangs and kill a whole lot of white people.”[10] Presumably this was some of the lofty “scholarship” that so impressed Barack Obama........

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/2856742/posts

snerd
04-11-2012, 00:02
Yes, his beloved mentor Derrick Bell...............

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/03/08/article-2111679-12131408000005DC-390_634x475.jpg

juggy4711
04-11-2012, 00:09
That's exactly what they think. His beloved mentor, and first tenured black Harvard professor, Derrick Bell, ranted and raved on just such idiotic theories as "The Critical Race Theory"...............

Even if that was the point it was poorly stated. Besides don't be silly, everyone knows black folks can not be racists. There must be something else to it.

Big Mad Dawg
04-11-2012, 00:50
The Critical Race Theory just one more example of lack of personal accountability and blaming it all on white people. What next the devil made me do it?

It’s hard to take this BS serious from cry baby professional victims.

snerd
04-11-2012, 02:06
http://oklahoma-online.com/race.jpg

G17Jake
04-11-2012, 05:10
I am waiting to go home and find the book in a garage sale but it will have to be a free throw in with other junk. I’m kidding I have less than zero interest in zeros book.

But to answer the question they are hateful racist criminals from Chicago.

That sums it up nicely.

Too bad so many white people feel guilty enough to vote for Barry.

I also have no plans to read his book, but I want people to be aware of who these people are. Romney is far from perfect, but these two are hateful, vindictive, anti-capitalist, anti-American thugs.

snerd
04-11-2012, 08:51
It's amazing the information out there on the president's friends, acquaintances, ideology and background. None of which the MSM deemed fit for it's viewers to know about beforehand. And most of his supporters "still" don't want to know about it.

JBnTX
04-11-2012, 09:19
That book leaves no doubt in anyone's mind that Barack Obama is a racist of the highest magnitude.

When has any other American president ever written a book so focused on race?

It's clear, from his own words, that Barack Obama has an axe to grind with white America.

teumessian_fox
04-11-2012, 10:28
That book leaves no doubt in anyone's mind that Barack Obama is a racist of the highest magnitude.


But, so are his constituents. He's still got an 80 to 90 percent approval rating among blacks. And white liberals are racists because of their whole self-loathing white guilt thing.

The fact that zero is racist is a plus among blacks and liberals.

brickboy240
04-11-2012, 12:25
Hard to forget that...but most of us knew who they were in 2008