Today, when calling someone by their nationality or religion is considered racist (“He’s Mexican” or “She’s Jewish”) let’s get wise and set aside what I believe is a ridiculous hyper-sensitivity that distracts from the real thing.  With race cards being played all the time lately it’s important to remember what real racism is.  
This video is a perfect example of real racism.  Too bad no one wants to talk about it.  

Thanks Victoria for finding this great clip.

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  1. cityfarmer

    I wish we had more time to get the word out.

    I received this email this morning….

    “One of the most sinister and insulting accusations hurled at any criticism of Barack Obama is that it is motivated by ‘racism’ – indeed, that if he loses the election this will be due to the incorrigible racism of red-neck America. This email from Huntley Brown, a black concert pianist and committed Christian, gives the lie to that disgusting smear. There are a number of reasons why, following the dictum of Martin Luther King that someone should be judged not by the colour of their skin but by the content of their character, Brown finds he cannot possibly vote for Obama whose views he finds to be anti-Christian. For me, the most telling passage in his email is this:

    Would you support a White President who went to a church which has tenets that said they have a …

    1. Commitment to the White Community
    2. Commitment to the White Family
    3. Adherence to the White Work Ethic
    4. Pledge to make the fruits of all developing and acquired skills available to the White Community.
    5. Pledge to Allocate Regularly, a Portion of Personal Resources for Strengthening and Supporting White Institutions
    6. Pledge allegiance to all White leadership who espouse and embrace the White Value System
    7. Personal commitment to embracement of the White Value System.

    Would you support a President who went to a church like that? Just change the word from white to black and you have the tenets of Obama’s former church. If President Bush was a member of a church like this, he would be called a racist. Jessie Hijackson (I added this) and Al Sharpton would have been marching outside. This kind of church is a racist church… A church can’t have a value system based on race. The churches value system has to be based on biblical mandate. It does not matter if itʼs a white church or a black church it’s still wrong. Anyone from either race that attends a church like this would never get my vote.

    Precisely. As I have been saying repeatedly, the issue that should concern people is not so much Pastor Wright, odious though he is – it is the church to which Obama belonged for two decades, where he regularly worshipped and whose odious racist philosophy to this day he has never publicly questioned, let alone renounced.

    Brown also strikes a big chord with me when he writes:
    I have problems with both candidates, but the differences I have with Senator McCain are pale in comparison with the ones I have with Senator Obama.
    Me too. But now look at what happens when a principled American citizen dares voice such a heresy:
    The sad part is I have been getting hate mail and my family is being harassed. As you can imagine not everyone is happy with my e-mail. God bless you richly.
    And God help America.”

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  2. Joannah

    Excellent video. You know, I really never knew the history of PP until I saw Ben Stein’s Expelled a few months ago. It is just sickening. Worse, is how liberals hold PP like its some holy grail. The world is upside down…

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