Monday, March 22, 2010

Last Night’s Klan Rally Call


I watched countless white men speak on the Capitol floor whine and complain like they were losing their ability to steal/cheat/lie. Like their world was caving in on them. The velocity of the anger is over the top. They are made ass hell. Ironically, I find it so funny. Scary too.


When I listened to them speak I saw men who may as well put on a white hood and a white sheet. I can't see them as what they are: Congressmen. I see them as men ready to go 'postal'. Their hateful rhetoric incites this image. I believe without any hesitation that many of them are thinking, 'we are losing OUR country to this half-breed Nigger!' Somewhat similar to the hatred they felt when Barack Obama walked out with his family on the stage at Grant Park as The New Black President. For them to witness that probably had them thinking then, 'we are losing OUR country to this half-breed Nigger.'

http://canarypapers.files.wordpress.com/2008/11/obama-first-family2.jpg

Their country?

Think about it: the ancestors of these white men savaged the Native American land in countless ways, threw African men, women, and children overboard ships, lynched well up to 1 million African men/women/in-womb children, sat back while Jewish people were gas-ed, bombed Asian communities, and the list goes on - they did all this to strengthen 'their country' and isolate themselves from the rest of the world - and now a black man is leading the way to change their way of life:

Domestic Imperialism seasoned with brute control at all cost

Who would want to give that up? Would you if you were the most respected species on earth? The White Man. He is pissed. Mad. Feeling what many have felt before: Alone. His ancestors are probably tossing and turning in their slave dug graves unwilling to permit them into THEIR lily white heaven.

The big question remains: Will these white men who speak on behalf of the white men and women who put them in office relent, take their beating, or will they continue to be what their nature dictates?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOdvn2dtM0A 

I have no faith in them changing. They have displayed who and what they have always been on the Capitol's floor Sunday night, March 21, 2010 under the guise of American values and American sanctity.

This has always been about race and will continue to be...unless President Obama gets a little paler.

Written by Brian E. Payne before the vote was taken.

By the way, Republican John Boehner of Ohio is the Grand Wizard.

11 comments:

Muata, The Shadow, The Black Rebel said...

Reader Response:

Your are on point despite all that suppress the idea that RACE and power is at the root of this misgovernment.

-PM

Muata, The Shadow, The Black Rebel said...

Reader Response:

in 2006 after i was diagnosed w/cancer, my insurance told me that they couldn't cover the $275K cost of my chemotherapy because the cancer was a 'preexisting condition' even though it was recently diagnosed. they dropped me. i cried for a moment because i couldn't afford my meds. then i did research and found free coverage offered by non-profits for uninsured cancer patients in GA.

by the end of this year, i'll qualify for coverage under the new healthcare plan. so will anyone who was dropped for preexisting conditions. this has an immediate impact on at least ONE life...

-aj

Muata, The Shadow, The Black Rebel said...

Reader Response:

Lord, have mercy! For they know what they do! Notice, I did not use the biblical term that people say- they "know not what they do." Yes, they know for sure! America will always be this way based on the way it is set up. I am not surprised at nothing. You said this statement correctly, "This has always been about race and will continue to be...unless President Obama gets a little paler."- by Brian E. Payne

-SP

Muata, The Shadow, The Black Rebel said...

Reader Response:

Well written B.

-LE

Muata, The Shadow, The Black Rebel said...

Reader Response:

I agree. Although I do not think The White Man is the most respected species on earth. Btw, Boehner is their voice but to me the Grand Wizard is Good Ole Mitch!!

-AC

Muata, The Shadow, The Black Rebel said...

Muata responds to AC:

I beg to differ. The White man is praised all over the world. Even in the hatred he is still the species folk of other persuasions look to for 'what is right'. Think about it.

-Muata

Muata, The Shadow, The Black Rebel said...

AC responds to Muata:

Not anyone I'm around daily. However I do understand your point ( i.e. others feel I have to speak or act a certain way around the man). To me it is just that subliminal feeling of inferiority! Think about that, agree to disagree.

-AC

Muata, The Shadow, The Black Rebel said...

Muata responds to AC:

Exactly, the white man and his strategic plan to dominate has generated a feeling of inferiority. They have been masterfully at that. They are something to be reckoned with. No other being on earth could have pulled off what they have been able to! I am not praising them. I am highlighting their brutality as an example of power and respect.

-Muata

Muata, The Shadow, The Black Rebel said...

Health Care Reform Backlash: Hatred

Someone actually said to me, "I thought with the election of Barack Obama race would not be an issue anymore." I laughed. Wow! The white woman who said this is not thinking about this: White men still cringe when they have the thought of their daugther bringing home a darkie.

Look at ...these white folk:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3032619/#35992924

-Muata

Muata, The Shadow, The Black Rebel said...

Reader Response:

Some of those fools would lynch Obama if they could. And he is trying to help us all. I see an interesting tie-in with the upcoming Easter holiday...lol Use that in your sermon - Rev. Payne!

-MJ

Muata, The Shadow, The Black Rebel said...

Reader Response:

I find it disturbing but not surprising. Republicans are better politicians thatn democrats but they found themselves Ina hole that only acts of desperation could dig them out of. See Obama promised more jobs and he knew as much as the GOP that no jobs would be created at the same rate as they were lost until the market hit bottom. But he thought he could do job creation and healthcare at the same time. One major problem! It's 2010. The landscape changed politically which made it tough for the dems because Obama lost his momentum and it's re-election time. So what did the republicans do? They rode the wave of anger and outrage so hard that it even got out of control for some of them. They aren't all racist. They are politicians Which means whatever hat they have to wear they will buy it half off and write off the full amount on their taxes if you follow me. Haha


So I'm not shocked by the violence perpetuated by the republicans. I'm not shocked that the country is so divided. I'm shocked that even after the 2004 election debacle that was John Kerry, dems have not figured out how to manuever in Washington and in the public eye. Let em be mad and say racist stuff. I remember being at a track meet and someoen calling me a racist name. I beat them so bad that I was walking back down the track while they came in. For those of us who see this as a mnor victory let's ride this one home.

The battle has just begun. The republicNs won't back down so the dems better be ready.

-LS