Thursday, August 11, 2011

This is Obama's Violent, Racist America

Story here.

It's only going to get worse.

Because Obama wants this stuff.

He doesn't bother to tell folks that they're stupid when they're stupid, or that they aren't entitled to be racist and violent.

More...

"If you want …anybody else to respect you and not be afraid when they see you walking down the street, then leave the innocent people who are walking down the street minding their own damn business. Leave them alone," Nutter told a mostly black congregation at Mount Carmel Baptist Church in West Philadelphia, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.  

Nutter, the city's third black mayor, spoke after a mob attack July 29 in downtown Philadelphia during which 20 to 30 black youths allegedly beat and robbed innocent bystanders, according to law enforcement. Several people were injured, including one man who was reportedly hospitalized for a fractured skull, and police arrested four people.

What is Obama saying or doing to stop this racist violence?  NOTHING!

He promised to stop racism in America.

He only facilitates it!  He encourages black skinheadism.

30 comments:

balbulican said...

Boy, you sure pinned that one right.

But you're not going far enough. I think the riots in Britain and Greece were his fault too. Oh, and Vancouver. AND the growth of China.Also the last half century of conflict in the Middle East.

It really takes a special kind of guy to look at urban violence in one of the most conflicted cities in the US and blame his favourite Scary Monster - the kind of guy who takes WND seriously, I guess.

Canadian Sentinel said...

Haha...

balbulican said...

"He promised to stop racism in America."

Did he? Gosh, I guess I missed that. Got a link?

Canadian Sentinel said...

Your ignorance of the propaganda campaign back in '08 is astonishing.

What part of his "post-racial President" slogan do you fail to understand?

He was all about "bridging the races".

Or was that just the media's propaganda which he let them spew?

Come on. Readers know. Don't make a fool of yourself Balb.

He knew he was being marketed as a man who would bridge the races and bring inter-racial peace.

He enjoyed the label. Well, he's done the opposite.

balbulican said...

Heh.So to sum up: he never promised to stop racism in America, and you just pulled that ridiculous exaggeration our of your...umm...fevered imagination.

Thanks, dude. Just wanted to make sure it was just you fibbin' again, and not my memory.

Canadian Sentinel said...

I'm getting tired of the personal derision going on here. Let's quit it.

So if you disagree with something, or if you have proof that something is incorrect, I welcome mere "I disagree" statements or proof that I'm wrong, or the link is wrong.

That'd be nicer than the silly playground insults we're still blabbing around... ;)

balbulican said...

All righty.

However, this argument isn't exactly about "disagreement".

You stated specifically that Obama promised to stop racism in America.

He didn't. And he wouldn't, because it's no more possible to eliminate racism in America than in any other country.

Canadian Sentinel said...

I maintain that he essentially did.

He let the propagandists on his side keep on saying he'd bridge the races and bring peace and harmony.

He knew. He HAD to have known.

Otherwise he was utterly clueless.

(If he's a clueless idiot, then ok, I'm wrong, but, hey, we were led by is peeps to believe he was gonna bridge us all and bring peace and harmony)

He didn't tell them to stop. So people voted partly based on the belief they were given about this new supposed savior for America.

Am I wrong?

Canadian Sentinel said...

"Obama's public message is that race doesn't matter and that transracial alliances should be built on shared political and cultural values."

http://townhall.com/columnists/dineshdsouza/2008/09/01/obama_and_the_end_of_racism

Just one example. ;)

Canadian Sentinel said...

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=8438

"In his speech, Sen. Obama credited the civil rights movement for the progress we have made in overcoming racism. "But race is an issue that I believe this nation cannot afford to ignore right now," he said,"

"He said, "It requires all Americans to realize that your dreams do not have to come at the expense of my dreams; that investing in the health, welfare, and education of black and brown and white children will ultimately help all of America prosper.""

-----Well, he has FAILED MISERABLY.

And he has said nothing about the increase in black racist violence under his watch.

balbulican said...

"Am I wrong?"

When you claimed that Obama promised to eliminate racism in America, yes, you were, with all due respect.

balbulican said...

Thank you for that long series of quotes. Obama didn't even come close to claiming that he would eliminate racism in America in any of them, which is what you claimed he said.

Perhaps you might consider restricting your observations to what people actually say. If you continue to rely on misquotations or hyperbole, I fear you may weaken your reputation for honesty and integrity we all respect so much.

Canuckguy said...

Ah jeez, this is painful to observe, it's like watching a fox in a chicken coop.

balbulican said...

Fish. Barrel. Bang. Sushi.

Canadian Sentinel said...

Behold Canuckguy, Balbulican's biggest fan... ;)

Canadian Sentinel said...

Canuckguy loooooves Balbulican sooooo much that he doesn't bother to think... ;)

Canadian Sentinel said...

I stand by my contention as written above. (Do read ALL my writings above, not just the condensed version of the contention).

So Blabs and CG disagree. That is their right. Not my fault that they don't pay attention to what the MSM says about Obama, or they can't process the information properly to understand the patterns apparent in MSM propaganda. Or perhaps they're just old dudes who forget. Nothing wrong with that. Even young dudes like me forget shit, too. But I haven't forgotten the 2008 pro-Obummer propaganda of the MSM.

Canadian Sentinel said...

If the media promoted Obama as a kind of savior for America and Obama didn't pour cold water on those expectations, that is tantamount to Obama allowing voters to believe he's a savior.

And that's tantamount to a... LIE.

Think about that.

This is how Obama lied about himself.

His propaganda army, a proxy mouthpiece of his, said all kinds of wonderful things about him and he let them.

Then he went on to be the opposite of what he allowed voters to believe about him.

What does this make Obama?

If not a "liar" outright, then what?

balbulican said...

So...although Obama didn't say what you claimed, some folks around said stuff that sorta suggested an exaggerated version of what you said he said, so actually, you're right?

Sentinel, here's a little test. Can you distinguish between these two thoughts?

a) Stephen Harper promised to work to strengthen the Canadian economy.

b) Stephen Harper promised to eliminate poverty in Canada.

Does that seem like the same statement to you? Just curious.

Canuckguy said...

@Sentinel:
I doubt Balbul sees me as a fan but I do enjoy the shrapnel he shreds your arguments with. It's a fun read. It's mainly why I visit.

Sentinel, I am afraid you're one of those right wingers that give that ideology its crazy tone. And yes, I know there are plenty of fuzzy thinking nutty left wingers to match.

balbulican said...

Actually, Canuckguy, I see you as a semi-amiable troll. You cruise around looking to stir up fights, and you've decided on this site you'll have more fun "supporting" me than attacking me. That's okay - you're not a malicious guy.

∞ ≠ ø said...

I'm quite sure the fellatiations we are seeing here are not mere symbols.

Canadian Sentinel said...

Well, Canuckguy, I think you're a foolish "libertarian" who loves to be different and dissident simply at whim. It's silly.

Canadian Sentinel said...

And you, CG, give "libertarians" a bad name yourself. ;)

Canuckguy said...

@Balbul:
Yeah, that kind of sums me up.
But you're the master at stirring up fights, your visits here are proof of that.

∞ ≠ ø said...

"@Balbul:Yeah, that kind of sums me up."

Swallowing.

"But you're the master at stirring up fights, your visits here are proof of that."

Ego fluffing.

(If you don't know what a fluffer is, look it up.)

When these two show up, add soft jazz to their dialogue and you'll get the picture.

Canadian Sentinel said...

I think Canuckguy might have a hidden, perhaps subconscious, crush on the Blabster... never know. Perhaps it's like Robin and Batman...

∞ ≠ ø said...

Ha! Better!

http://video.canadiancontent.net/28132365-the-ambiguously-gay-duo.html

http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/ambiguously_gay_duo/1327429

Canuckguy said...

Maybe we should get a room.

∞ ≠ ø said...

Eeeesh!