Monday, July 27, 2009

Prof Gates Exposed In Rev Wright-Style Racist Rant

Via WND...

Expect this video to soon be censored by YouTube on pressure from the Obamite Sturmabteilung force of intimidators and threatenors.

"We are trying to end what we call the one n-gger syndrome – you know, this place ain't big enough for more than one of us," said Gates in the video, which was filmed in 1999 in the All Souls Church in Washington, D.C.


"We in the academy have to know that our people, those of us who practice African-American studies, have to know that our people are under assault,"

"Newt Gingrich can come in, that contract for America is serious. You know what those guys have said? 'Somehow, while we were asleep, all you white women and all you black people got into the middle class.'"

"'We are not sure how it happened. But the first thing we are going to do is we are going to shake the tree and any of y'all who can't hold on, you're all going back. And the second thing, we are going to set up barriers so no more of you all can get in here.'"

I told you this guy's a paranoid racist. Just like Obama's other good buddy, his pastor of two whole decades, Jeremiah Wright. How can the reasonable person not realize what a paranoid, delusional racist this guy is?

This guy must see a racist in every single "white" person he sees. Every single one. Yep, all "whites" are racists, just because of the color of their skin.

Just another of Obama's buddies. Is it me, or does Obama have a lot of buddies who say stuff that ordinary people find shocking? Why does Obama associate with so many paranoid extremists? Perhaps because Obama is also a paranoid extremist?

For the most detailed account available of the encounter with police that rocketed Professor Gates to national prominence, FrontPage's article Who's The Real Racist? is the most useful I've seen, as the Big Media isn't interested in telling the whole story and prefers to just give a little taste of reality (usually distorted, often in line with their tendency to push their special agenda).

There's also some history of Professor Gates' apparent worldview, including:

Gates has long tried to popularize his views about white racism at Harvard. After joining the Harvard faculty in 1991, for example, one of Gates’ first acts was to hire filmmaker Spike Lee as a guest lecturer at the university. Lee has claimed that white “racism is woven into the very fabric of America,” and by his own admission is “convinced [that] AIDS is a government-engineered disease, and that blacks are incapable of being racists because they lack social, political, and economic power.”

In 1993 Gates lured Professor Cornel West away from Princeton University, to join him on the Harvard faculty. A Marxist who has branded the U.S. a “racist patriarchal” nation where “white supremacy” continues to define everyday life, West contends that “a profound hatred of African people … sits at the center of American civilization.”
I believe it's clear who the real racist is. Not the police officer who only wanted to make sure that no one had broken into the Professor's house, and only wanted to ensure the Professor's safety. But rather the Professor. The facts are there, and his history is there as well for all to see.

It's unhelpful for anyone to go around defaming entire groups of people as Professor Gates has made it his life's mission to do so. It's also unhelpful to claim that America's such a horrible country, as the Professor does. It's hard not to strongly disagree with his extreme worldview.

One must also wonder how much Obama knows about his friend the Professor, and whether he agrees with his extreme worldview. Just as one wonders how much Obama agrees with Rev. Jeremiah Wright's worldview, with which Obama is obviously completely familiar, having attended his fiery, paranoid, racist, anti-Semitic, anti-American sermons for two whole decades.

It's simply overwhelming, the number of paranoid extremists with whom Obama is friends. Simply overwhelming.

One must ask, "Who is Obama, really? Why is he such good friends with so many folks who hold such shocking, scary, dangerous worldviews?"