Black Male Blackmail
The lamestream media told you:
Harriet Christian, a Hillary supporter, made national news when she spoke out publicly about the odd goings on within the Democrat party leadership in deciding to selectively admit and reject votes from Michigan and Florida. This was termed "punishment" for people making up their own minds about how to vote during caucuses. Her rant at the DNC received nearly a million hits on YouTube within 48 hours, and an exclusive interview on FOX-TV.
One of her claims, that people asked "Is the country ready for a woman as president," but didn't ask "Is the country ready for a black as president," has led some to claim she is a racist, but she was only repeating what people everywhere were saying.
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
As guest columnist Craig Cantoni made clear recently, "racist" and "racial" are not synonyms. Asking questions about race are racial questions, perfectly normal and legitimate in civilized conversation.
Harriet's point, long avoided by lamestream outlets, points to blatant racism and support of that racism by some blacks and some other people "of color," who effortlessly promote inequality and unequal treatment for themselves, self-imposed segregation, racial benefits and entitlements, and exclusionary practices that would receive fiery attacks if done by other groups, especially whites.
The racist hatred spewed from the pulpit of Obama's church -- and especially the wildly exuberant acceptance of it by the flock -- is a prime example, and has received some attention, finally forcing Obama to withdraw from his church of 20 years.
The issue though has not yet reached the endemic racist nature of structures like the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, The United Negro College Fund, The National Council for The Race ("La Raza," a Hispanic group), Black History Month, Black Entertainment TV, or literally thousands of groups that place their race at the heart of their activities, instead of their activities at the heart of their activities.
People who examine these issues are traditionally attacked as racists, primarily by ethnic clusters of real racists, without examining the substance of the arguments.
Tags: The United Negro College Fund, Hillary Clinton, Black Entertainment TV, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, racism, The National Council for The Race , Black History Month