Friday, August 29, 2008
The campaign to stop the presidency of Barack Obama reached a new low today with the announcement that John McCain has selected Sarah Palin, a white woman, to be his vice-presidential running mate.
As a further insult, McCain referred to Palin as being the “next vice president” of the United States as if Barack Obama did not exist or won’t be winning the election this November.
The use of Palin as a political tool is racist and a direct attack on Senator Obama. It is an attempt to reinvigorate the old stereotypes that African men (or Negroes as they were called) are lustful creatures who eye white women as sexual prizes to be claimed.
It is also attempt by McCain to get Senator Obama killed. In many U.S. states it is still illegal for any African man to look at, touch, or speak with a white woman. McCain is trying to set up a circumstance where Obama would do one of the three with Palin in one of these states and have him imprisoned or lynched.
In addition, McCain does this just as a Hurricane is bearing down on New Orleans which was attacked by the Bush regime’s Katrina in 2005.
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
As discussed here many times before, the white man wants to stop or kill Barack Obama any way possible:
- Desperate to stop Obama, the white power structure targets African leaders
- Racism VS Obama
- African politicians being targeted by the white power structure in America
- Will the U.S. government do to Barack Obama what it did to Michael Jackson?
- Will the white power structure target or assassinate Barack Obama?
- Jesus was killed because he was a black African
Monday, August 25, 2008
Saturday, August 23, 2008
The past 24 hours have played host to a series of disturbing developments concerning Barack Obama and his vice-presidential selection. I have advised Senator Obama on this matter and have made the case to him on several occasions on the necessity of choosing a fellow African.
As many of us know presently, it appears that Senator Obama has chosen a white man named Joe Biden to be his vice-president. The disappointment and shock that many of us in the African community feel is too raw to describe in any adequate manner at this moment.
Who is Joe Biden? He is a U.S. Senator from
Biden also insulted Senator Obama by saying that Obama is the only African who is “clean and articulate”.
He has said that people from
Senator Obama, I plead with you. Do not walk down this path. I risk my friendship and partnership with you but I have no choice. The people of Africa and the world deserve better. Joe Biden cannot be trusted. He is not on your side. He does not care about us.
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
There are Africans that Senator Obama can choose and I have discussed this with him on several occasions. While I feel the Senator understands my point of view and what is at stake here historically, I am disappointed that he'll likely be making a political choice and not a moral one.
It is not likely that Louis Farrakhan will be his VP selection but he can be a key advisor to President Obama's administration. Senator Obama has great respect for Minister Farrakhan and I hope he will continue to play a role in his life.
Al Sharpton, Julian Bond, Kweisi Mfume, Maxine Waters, Benjamin Chavis Stephanie Tubbs Jones and Cynthia McKinney would all be fine choices for the Vice Presidency.
Friday, August 15, 2008
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
A white man was recently caught plotting to assassinate Senator Obama, the African mayors of Detroit and Baltimore are being harassed by the white legal system and the American entertainment system creates films such as "Tropic Thunder".
This film is also an insult since it makes light of the fact that the U.S. government forced thousands of African men to take part in its war of aggression against the people of Vietnam.
There is nothing amusing about blackface. It is a highly racist and offensive depiction of Africans. Its sole purpose is to demean us and to propagate the stereotype that Africans are on this Earth merely for the amusement and abuse of the white man.
Sunday, August 10, 2008
Fear is their tactic. Fear is also what consumes the white man for he is at heart, a fearful creature that lashes out at what he does not understand. He does not understand how an African man like Kwame Kilpatrick could be elected mayor of Detroit. Instead of trying to understand, the white man has lashed out at Kwame Kilpatrick.
The mayor was recently jailed on false charges of perjury, misconduct and obstruction of justice.
Meanwhile, the African mayor of Baltimore, Sheila Dixon is also being harassed by white people over "alleged" charges of misconduct.
This is all part of a campaign by the white man to destroy the credibility of African leaders in order to cast doubt on Obama.
Thursday, August 07, 2008
There are unmistakable parallels to the slave auctions that took place in
Additionally, the program intentionally pairs African men with white women as a form of perverse racial sexual indulgence. The only African female dancer (known as ‘Comfort’) was voted off the program. This is symbolic of the destruction of the African family during slavery days when African husbands and wives were separated from each other and their children.
Friday, August 01, 2008
“In the face of the numerous attacks that are made against the African community or the black community by the same US government that you aspire to lead” - such as subprime mortgages that target African Americans, the killing of Sean Bell in New York and the Jena 6 case, Olugbala said, “why is it that you have not had the ability to not one time speak to the interests and even speak on the behalf of the oppressed and exploited African community or Black community in this country?”Senator Obama's response: “He asked a legitimate question so I want to give him an answer. I was a civil rights lawyer. I passed the first racial profiling legislation in Illinois. I passed some of the toughest death penalty reform legislation in Illinois. So, these are issues I’ve worked on for decades. The only way were going to solve our problems in this country is if all of us come together - black, white, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, young, old, disabled, gay, straight - That I think has got to be our agenda,”