This is one of the rare times I wasn’t even sure how to pose the question for the day, let alone how to add anything to this story…other than just to present it to all of you and let you decide what you think about all of the brouhaha that took place at panel discussion at CPAC13 the other day. – Of course, you can be sure the leftist-loons were anxiously waiting to pounce on this and make a huge racial ordeal out of this against the conservatives that were present and those participating as well.

From what I can gather from about three different reports I’ve read, there were two men that had intentional plans to disrupt the event…see what you deduct from this. – Here’s a report from TB:

A session at the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) focused on the GOP reaching out to minorities descended into chaos Friday afternoon after a male audience member asked what Frederick Douglass’s former slave master had to be sorry for: “For giving him food and shelter?”

“It seems to be that you’re reaching out to voters, in the method and program that you’re offering us, at the expense of young white Southern males like myself — my demographic,” 30-year-old Scott Terry of North Carolina said during a question and answer session during a discussion called, “Trump The Race Card: Are You Sick And Tired Of Being Called A Racist When You Know You’re Not One?”

He went on to say that as a student of literature, he’s come “to love my people and my culture.”

“I feel like my people, my demographic, are being systematically disenfranchised,” he added.

“My problem is: Why can’t we be more like Booker T. Washington Republicans, and his famous statement: Let’s be unified like the hand but separate like the fingers,” he said.

Presenter K. Carl Smith, of Frederick Douglass Republicans, started to answer by mentioning a letter that Douglass had sent to his former slave master, forgiving him for all the wrongs he had done to him.

Terry then followed up with a reply that dwarfed his previous statements in terms of outrageousness: “For giving him food and shelter all those years?”

The crowd erupted and the people in the room looked absolutely shocked. The far-left website reports that “several people in the audience cheered and applauded Terry’s outburst,” however, the video certainly does not reflect that. Other than disapproving gasps and disbelief, just one person can be heard clapping following the statement and it certainly could’ve been Terry’s colleague.

Terry was accompanied by Matthew Heimbach, founder of the White Student Union at Towson University. TheBlaze spoke to Heimbach Friday to verify the statements were in accurate and in context. Terry is also a member of the White Students Union at Towson.

Heimbach told TheBlaze that Terry was attempting not to spread ideas of “racism” but of “race realism.”

“He isn’t excusing the abuses of slavery,” Heimbach said.

However, Heimbach also complained about the disenfranchisement of the white race, saying “freedom of association” is only racist when whites try to practice the concept. He also argued that the left’s history of slavery is “propaganda” and doesn’t match up with what really happened in history.

Shockingly, Heimbach refused to say whether he disagreed with the idea of “forced segregation,” telling TheBlaze that the states should be able to decide what’s best for their affairs.

There are a number of other unverified claims made on, including that Terry muttered under his breath, “why can’t we just have segregation.” The site also claims they interviewed Terry and he told them he would be fine if blacks were permanently subservient to whites.

Terry, the man who initiated this firestorm, told TheBlaze in a phone interview Friday that he never said he would be “fine” if blacks were subservient to whites permanently, calling ThinkProgress’ quote “completely false.”

“That is being completely taken out of context,” he added.

All Americans should have the “freedom of association,” Terry explained, but did say he disagrees with “forced segregation,” unlike Heimbach who wants the states to decide on the issue. He also said he doesn’t support slavery and recognizes that blacks suffered a lot of injustice and abuse during the slavery-era.

The White Student Union at Towson University is openly racist and even harbors some seemingly anti-Semitic views. Here’s an excerpt from a blog post on the Towson White Student Union’s blog announcing they will be represented at CPAC:

The Republican Establishment will be trotting out only the best and brightest to tell the white socially conservative working class base why they need to support homosexual marriage, corporatism, blank checks for Israel, and amnesty for criminal border jumpers. None of us can be surprised that the GOP Establishment has once again decided to declare that the destruction of our people, our nation, and our industrial livelihoods somehow are what the Founding Fathers wanted.

It is clear that both Heimbach and Terry attended CPAC with the intention of causing a stir and offending people as they openly admit that they dislike the GOP establishment and the conservative conference.

Here’s Heimbach appearing on Russia Today discussing the “Jewish question”:

Jameson Cunningham, a spokesman for the Tea Party Patriots, provided a statement from K. Carl Smith regarding the incident to Talking Points Memo:

I was invited by the Tea Party Patriots to conduct a breakout session entitled: “Trump The Race Card” and share the Frederick Douglass Republican Message. In the middle of my delivery, while discussing the 1848 “Women’s Rights Convention,” I was rudely interrupted by a woman working for the Voice of Russia. She abruptly asked me: “How many black women were there?” This question was intentionally disruptive and coercive with no way of creating a positive dialogue.

In addition, a young man who wasn’t a Tea Party Patriot, made some racially insensitive comments, he said: “Blacks should be happy that the slave master gave them shelter, clothing, and food.” At the conclusion of the breakout session, I further explained to him the Frederick Douglass Republican Message which he embraced, bought a book, and we left as friends.

Here’s one other report about this subject. – BUSTED: ‘Supposed ‘Racist Event’ at CPAC 2013 a Big Media Lie – Here’s the Truth

So friends…how do you see this? Racism…or not?

Throw in your two-cents…Fire Away – Inquiring Minds Want to Know!

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  1. Amen, amen, right on, Scott, you just may be one of the ones who step forward to save this country. IMHO, there is no doubt that the WASP male is being marginalized/destroyed/disenfranchised and made to look to be a generally ridiculous genetic type. But, watch your six, they’re gonna be after you bigtime, even alleged allies.

  2. Quick call Eric Holder, someone not a coward to talk about race, I offer no apologies for the slaves my Great Grandfather owned or for the Yankees he killed.

  3. I will have to paraphrase because google and bing have removed all evidence but the radical black panther Stokely Carmichael said in effect, liberals are in favor of everything that will in no way affect them. This truism has stood the test of time with examples such as; busing (the judges kids went to all white private schools), affirmative action (no effects to the elite and well connected), …….I’ll let you add your own…e.g. green energy, war on coal, high gas prices…

    I’d say even a mentally challenge liberal would find it hard to find an ethnic, cultural, gender that has endured more discrimination than a rural working class white male christian in the past forty years.

    • Snake Oiler says:

      This may be it, but if anyone goes here, be sure and bring your Lysol…

      • You are a sumtin. Thanks dude. I knew I wasn’t dreaming. I had 20 graduate students in an American Studies seminar thinking I made that up one night. I had the quote in a paper I’d written years ago but couldn’t site it at the time. They had every right to question my unsubstantiated statement (in fact I encourage that in grad students, how quaint) but the disbelieve and outright nastiness they displayed was an eye opener. The government schools couldn’t have done a better job of indoctrination if they tried…oh wait?!…

        • Snake Oiler says:

          My pleasure.

          “I am not absentminded. It is the presence of mind that makes me unaware of everything else.”
          ― G.K. Chesterton


    Standing up for our 2nd AMENDMENT opposing any form of GUN CONTROL and opposing the UN SMALL ARMS CONTROL TREATY which should be totaly rejected

    • Spur…

      Good points all…but what does that have to do with the subject in the post? – Just curious.

  5. Here is someone after my own heart…….I have thought all along that forced integration and the multiculturalism of the libs is what is ruining the country……..

    Just because someone is for their own people, loves their own heritage and their own culture these dumb-ass liberal sons-a-bitches want to label that person a racist………..To these libtards anyone who doesn’t agree with them is a nasty racist…….

    It’s about time their was a white student union…..hope to see them spring up all over the universities and represent white student’s interest…….it’ll certainly go a long way to begin to counter act the 110% libtardation of our universities……liberalism is an infection and this movement may be some of the first beginnings of the cure on college campuses………

    The third worldization of our country is in full swing and it is changing our country into something we can’t even begin to recognize as American……….It’s about time to take steps like this and lead the way back to what America once was, and get off the road to Zimbabweism……we don’t need to become and don’t want to become a third world sh!thole…….and the only people who can keep America on the right path is white people….we are the only ones that can do it………

    In defense of the most ridiculed and unappreciated being on the planet…THE WHITE MALE

  6. bluffcreek1967 says:

    I don’t care how you slice it, enslaving blacks from Africa was the worst thing Americans ever did (well, aside from accepting liberalism). It was just plain wrong, evil and dumb! Repeat after me: ‘We should have picked our own cotton!’

    Consider the enormous problems we brought upon ourselves because we wanted cheap labor (sound a little familiar with all those illegal Mexicans urged to mow our lawns and clean our homes?). Consider the expense Americans have paid for welfare entitlements to blacks. Consider how every major American city has been victimized by black crime. Consider how the contemporary descendants of these slaves have divided our nation, and essentially helped turn whites against themselves. All of this because we thought it was a good idea to import the least intelligent race in the world to pick our cotton and clean our homes!? What utter fools we were!

    I tend to think that part of God’s judgment upon our nation for the sin of slavery was the horrible aftereffects that would occur and that we have been seeing for quite some time. If only John Wilkes Booth had NOT killed President Lincoln, we might have seen all of them shipped to Liberia which was his plan. If I had known of Booth’s intentions, I would have killed him myself! Now, we are stuck with these people.

    Good lord, if we ever experience national secession, I hope we have the sense to not invite them. Otherwise, we will find ourselves engaged in the same racial battles all over again. I know it sounds cruel and ‘racist,’ but I’m done with these people. I no longer care.

    • Good point about slavery. We are still practicing it via illegals from many countries. We pay them dirt wages which creates an artificial economy. They go on welfare to survive and we pay them more. We would be better off allowing only immigrants into the country on an as needed basis, which means skills. Mow your own frigging lawn or pick your own lettuce. You would grow less grass save water $$$, pay $2-3 per head of lettuce and not pay welfare bills and hire Americans to do work. If your rich enough or lazy enough for a housekeeper pay an American to do it. Cheap labor is never cheap in the long run.

    • Bluffcreek… Just for the record, “we” didn’t “enslave blacks from Africa”! “We” bought the blacks who were already slaves when they came here. Many of them were “slaves” to their kings and Tribal Leaders for generations before any of the European slavetraders ever set foot on that continent! Where do you think the Europeans got the idea? Explorers to the Great Wild Continent who met with the rulers there and showed them treasures they had never seen, were offered many workers/servants/slaves in return for their trinkets. And soon there were networks set up by the Chiefs and the most enterprising of the white men, to find buyers for all of the slaves that the chiefs could round up! Yes, I’m sure there were many American Slaveholders who were vile proud vain even inhumane creatures who abused their slaves for their own personal narcissistic and masochistic self-gratification. But all of the descendants of slaves and of slaveowners that I know talk about how well they were treated, how the white men were in fact GOOD to their slaves compared to the African Rulers, and how they begged to stay and not be kicked out of their homes and their jobs when that Lincoln made them all homeless and on their own!!! What that Terry guy said was not off base!

      • Nail on head. ~

      • bluffcreek1967 says:

        Good points, but there are a few qualifiers needed. First, I was speaking of the end product (so to speak) of what some (not all) Americans were doing – namely, purchasing African slaves for their fields and other work-related reasons. My purpose was not to get into the minutiae of how the African slaves got into the hands of their American slave owners, but to point out that the entire enterprise was wrong from the outset.

        Secondly, yes, many of the Africans were already slaves to their tribal chiefs, sometimes as the spoils of war between feuding tribes and sold to the slave traders. However, this was not the case with all of them. Africans, on behalf of the slave traders, would frequently capture other Africans of neighboring tribes and sell them for whatever of value they desired. American white slaveowners were often the last in the entire process as solely the buyers. Still, they were buying humans and treating them as property and this was immoral. And even if they did not do the deed directly, they were guilty of purchasing stolen property.

        Thirdly, there were some vile slaveholders in America no doubt, but most of them were generally humane and decent. The last thing they wanted to do was destroy or injure their own ‘property.’ Often deep bonds developed between slaves and their slaveowners. But guess what? It doesn’t really matter because it was dead wrong no matter how you slice it. And time as well as what we were left with (namely, the black undertow) has proven that it was terribly wrong.

        Finally, Scott Terry made some good points. But there’s a way of stating your case and it’s NOT by asking: “For giving him food and shelter all those years?” The former slaveowner of Frederick Douglass should have apologized to him because he was wrong to have purchased other humans in the first place and thus contributed to the evils of slavery. Hell, I wish he would also apologize to every American for buying slaves and indirectly contributing to the ruin of all our inner cities of America. I think you know what I’m trying to drive at.

        Just my two cents.

    • Snake Oiler says:

      I understand your sentiments, but….

      The existence of African slavery in America can be traced directly to the commercial interests of Europe. The first English colony in America was founded in 1607 at Jamestown, Virginia. Approximately thirteen years after Jamestown was founded, a ship claiming to be Dutch brought twenty Africans to the colony. The slaves were not requested by the colony but were offered for sale and were subsequently purchased.
      Most people concentrate on the fact that this was the first time African slaves were brought to America. Another equally important point to realize is that property as well as commerce in slaves was considered legal by the European powers. The Spanish, Dutch, English, and eventually the Yankees would take part in this “legal” commerce. The slave trade and ownership of slaves was protected by international law. Indeed, the slave trade was introduced into the New World in 1503 by the Spanish and in 1562 by the English. Today we find it hard to understand this system of forced labor. However, two hundred years from now, future generations will probably find it hard to understand social conditions that we take for granted today. Slavery existed in other parts of the New World before it was introduced into the English colonies. So, the purchase of slaves in Jamestown was not an unusual transaction. The African slave trade was so lucrative that the English strove to gain the largest share of the trade, which they achieved with the signing of the Asiento Treaty with Spain in 1713. This near monopoly was to be held until the Crown opened it to all Englishmen in 1749. At that time the New England Yankee quickly joined the ranks of the most infamous traders in the world – the trans-Atlantic slave trader.

      English commercial interests were the main drivers of the North American slave trade. There are some very interesting stories as to how the Virginia House of Burgesses had attempted to halt the slave trade, but were overruled by the royal governor. It’s also interesting to note that later on, the entire operation was, by and large, a wholly Yankee enterprise. A little ironic, that.

      • bluffcreek1967 says:

        Yes, I understand this Snake. There is indeed a wide and varied history in regards to slavery. The entire weight of it doesn’t fall on the shoulders of the American slaveowner.

        However, the point I was attempting to stress was that it was morally wrong. Yes, slavery was a commonly accepted practice during that era, but even then the civilized Western world (Europe and America) was already awakening to the fact that it was horribly misguided at best. Men of higher intelligence had already known it was not right. Even some of our Founding Fathers had expressed concerns over it and had longed for the day when it would be abolished.

        Again, it was not only morally wrong, but it helped give us our modern ‘black problem’ that we’ve been experiencing for the past 50 years or so years (actually, it’s been much longer than that).

        Whenever whites (or anyone for that matter) tries to bypass the process and get something for practically nothing – whether it’s African slaves or illegal immigrants – it NEVER works out for good. I hope we never forget that.

    • Snake Oiler says:

      In 1820, Commodore Sir R.G.Collier presented his report on the status of anti-slavery efforts: “England, certainly, the whole world must acknowledge, has most faithfully abandoned the trade. America must be considered next in good intentions.” He reported that the United States had sent naval units to Africa and elsewhere and “is engaged in its suppression with great sincerity.” In other words, the English-speaking world was expressing is best self by struggling to suppress the Atlantic slave trade at considerable expense to itself in money and lives.

      All of this is noteworthy for several reasons. First of all, you probably weren’t taught these facts in school. Your children have an even smaller chance of being taught these truths. It is not politically correct to explain to children that white Europeans and Americans invented institutional anti-racism and were the heroic vanguard in the struggle against the ancient and once universally accepted institution of slavery. At no time did black Africans mount any organized effort to suppress the slave trade. On the contrary, after England abolished slavery throughout her empire and France did the same in 1848, the tribal leaders of Gambia, the Congo, Dohomey, Senegal and other African nations sent delegations to London and Paris to vigorously argue for the continuation of slavery. The black Africans felt that the very foundation of their traditional way of life had been called into question. They fretted that anti-slavery efforts by Europeans would destabilize their world. Africans never opposed slavery in principle, they only opposed their own enslavement. One English anti-slavery activist in the Sudan found Africans completely unreceptive to moral persuasion: “It was in vain that I attempted to reason with them against the principles of slavery. . .they thought it wrong when they were themselves the sufferers, but were always ready to indulge in it when the preponderance of power lay upon their side.”

      An excellent example of this African perspective was unintentionally laid before us by the artistry of the oh-so-liberal director-as-educator Steven Spielberg in his somewhat fictional docu-drama Amistad, which purports to be the true story of a slave ship that dropped anchor in a New England harbor. What was to be done with the slaves aboard the ship? Were they children of God, endowed by their Creator with an unalienable right to liberty or were they just some guy’s property? Well, duh! Many fine and completely fictional speeches later, the radiantly beautiful center of attention, the slave Cinque, is set free in accordance with the highest moral principles of the New Englanders. The curtain falls. There isn’t a dry eye in the house. But what Mr. Spielberg concealed from you, and what history records, is that the beautiful Cinque returned to Africa and, in the best African tradition became a slave trader. This film is shown in American classrooms where it serves to fuel the demand for reparations, even as it conceals the African lust to keep the slave trade thriving.

      • As usual Snake…excellent information for all. Real history must remain mum…reality doesn’t fit the agendas for those in power.

        • Snake Oiler says:

          That piece is very effective, it works every time.

          • bluffcreek1967 says:

            Snake, with all due respect, all you’ve essentially demonstrated is that slavery was common during the 17th and 18th centuries, that it origins date back even earlier (actually, since the dawn of man), that its practice was not universally seen as evil, that many slaves were treated well by their slave owners, and that Americans did not themselves initially capture the African slaves, but were only the last in a series of events/people to purchase those same slaves.

            I totally agree with this, and I never said anything contrary to it. Again, my point was that the practice – regardless of how acceptable it was viewed – was morally wrong. Some argue against this, but most of us would not prefer their state or circumstances. All of us, in some form, would see it as a great evil against our personhood and dignity no matter how some might attempt to sweeten its image.

            Moreover, its practice caused a series of chain events within the U.S. that permanently left us with a large, black undertow. It’s one that’s only progressively become worse over time.

            I think whites need to be careful in how they express the entire slavery matter without (1) falling into the error of downplaying its crime or sin, (2) making it appear worse than it really was, and (3) being afraid to call out the criminal character and actions of many blacks because of past instances of slavery.

            Sorry for going on so long.

    • It must be noted that Americans did not invent slavery by bringing blacks to the new world. Cultures from antiquity used slaves for generations. The great Egyptian civilization was built by slaves ( Africans enslaving Africans, and Jews and others). It is hardly ever said that Americans ended slavery in the New World.

      • Hammurabi a Babylonian king was the first man to codify slavery into law, it should be noted modern day Iraq is the geographical center of that extinct empire.

        It is estimated that 1.4 percent of White Confederate Americans were slave owners prior to the civil war, however Black Freemen in New Orleans who owned slaves were estimated at 28 percent.

        Most African and Arab nations were still practicing codified (lawful, regulated) slavery until the 1960’s.

        And legal slavery is still practiced by these same cultures today in African nations that have yet to abolish the practice of human subjugation.

        And I’ll give you a hint, those practicing slavery today in Africa ain’t descendants of Western European, Christian, White, Southern, Redneck, Males.

        Instead of crying for reparations, right thinking Black Americans should be on ships, with gun in hand, whose sole mission is to correct their wayward Brown Brothers in Africa still practicing slavery.

        That is why I laugh every time the Black Community call President Obama their leader and savior.

      • In these parts first slavers were red skins.
        They would kill ‘captives-slaves’ to show how rich they were.

        • Yes I agree Native Americans were not the peaceful, tree hugging hippies, Hollywood makes them out to be.

    • I think that the point is not that “they did it too” as a moral equivalence argument, but that why should whites, uniquely, have to pay for a historical practice which every race has engaged in? No other race is held to the standards-in practical ways-which whites are held to (or hold themselves to), in having to fork over real assets as reparation. Welfare payments, entitlements, affirmative action, lowered standards for the same job or academic opportunity, discrimination against white males, etc. Is it merely a case of whites having been uniquely successful, thereby making us the targets for a cynical standard which less successful races are not held to, simply because being successful, we have the assets?

  7. Michael, I see you’ve never actually hired or competed for work against illegals. They don’t work dirt cheap anymore. They charge about the same as White contractors do. They just do quick shoddy work and live 20 to an apt so they can afford to undercut folks like me just enough to steal all the work away from white contractors who have to actually guarntee our work because we don’t just slip back into Mehico or move to another state and change our names from Jose to Javier!!!


    Black History month in fibuary 28 days to spread lies and half-truths and one extra day to spread lies in a leap year

  9. Many excellent posts on this topic, but going back to the original speaker in this matter, he is just stating what many whites feel, “negro fatigue”. We have been constantly barraged with the “black experience” verbiage for about fifty years now. The playing field has been leveled, Black President, Black Supreme Court Judge, Black Secretary of State, Black Generals, etc. But all of this “progress” has been at the expense of whites. Affirmative action has given blacks a giant springboard over many better qualified whites. I and many other whites ask, where is the thanks? We didn’t have to free blacks, we didn’t have to give them affirmative action, we didn’t have to allow their racist organizations, and we did not have to give them a disproportionate number of government jobs. Do we ever hear a thanks for all that has been given by whites? As a group they commit the most crime, use a disproportionate amount of safety net programs, and refuse the honor the sanctity of marriage by producing millions of out of wedlock babies with no father to provide.

    I understand the young white man when he feels others progress has been at the expense of whites. It is white people who freed the slaves and elected BO, so where is the thanks? He asked the right question. Oh, yea must be racist.

  10. Snake Oiler says:

    Abraham Delano Messiah Obama?

    The political Left (which includes almost all journalists in America) just can’t make up its mind over whether Barack Obama most resembles Lincoln, FDR, Jesus Christ — or some combination thereof. All during his campaign many of his supporters kept referring to him as “The Messiah”; there is much talk of how he will immediately propose the re-adoption of many of FDR’s government interventions (that only made the Great Depression worse); and we are told (constantly) that he intends to make use of Lincoln’s rhetoric, especially in his first inaugural address. He has been studying Lincoln’s speeches, we are told by his handlers. If so, we are in for a lot of doubletalk and lies bordering on the psychotic.

  11. Fed and sheltered slaves? I don’t know about that statement. It’s my understanding that slaves were also whipped and treated very badly in some cases, I don’t know, I wasn’t there.

  12. majorityofone says:

    Slavery is a very ancient practice, at least as old as what we call civilization. Anybody that can trace their family tree back far enough will find either slave owners or slaves and more than likely both.

    Our present problems stem not from the fact that slavery was once legal in this country but from a conscious decision in the 1960s to put blacks on the liberal plantation via welfare. And anybody else foolish enough to bite the poisoned apple of welfare I might add.

    I long for the day we can judge people on the content of their character but in the case of liberals, there is no character and not much content.

  13. Don’t make it easier for the marxist media to characterize the GOP as racist. It’s self-defeating and a big dead end. When you write something racist, think about what the Democrats did to Clarence Thomas and then think again. Not all whites are tax-paying Republicans, and most blacks work for a living.

    • bluffcreek1967 says:

      I see what you mean, but it all depends on how you define ‘racist.’ If that means telling the truth about the black undertow, well I guess then most of us would be labeled ‘racist.’ The Marxist media is ALWAYS going to label white Republicans as racist no matter how politely we state things, and no matter how much we ‘play nice’ with them. There’s gotta be a point when we stop endlessly qualifying, toning down and using flowery words to say the obvious about blacks.

      Whites in America are constantly worried what blacks and the media are going to think of them. But they forget one very important detail: Most blacks and the entire MSM already hate the white man and blames them for virtually everything. We’ve got to reach a point where we stop worrying about the opinions of other groups, and start worrying about our own racial survival.

      • Ditto those thought….you’re spot-on in every way.

      • Snake Oiler says:

        You are 100% on target. At least for some people, objective reality is ‘racist’. Empiricism is ‘racist’. Facts are ‘racist’. This quote from Jim Goad is a pretty good summation:

        “Are you a racist?” is about as quantifiable a question as “Are you a witch?”

        And a couple of excerpts from Di Lorenzo’s article:

        The welfare state has destroyed the work incentive of millions and caused the break-up of untold numbers of families. (The basic mechanism here is welfare and child support payments that are generous enough to create millions of deadbeat dads who abandon their children without the social stigma of having left them in dire poverty).

        The system of unlimited democracy that Americans now slave under can be defined as follows: Moochers and parasites hiring/electing professional looters to steal from producers.

        And which party will the overwhelming bulk of said moochers and parasites vote for? Draw your own conclusions.

  14. Mr. Grumpus says:

    A very young nation of immigrants that had recently fought free of their overlords in Britain. Three or four generations later they fought the bloodiest war possible against their own brothers partially over the issue of slavery. Over 150 years later, the blacks still hate the white man for making them equals in our civilization, and giving them many hands up along the way.

  15. Rothman did a great job with his write-up here. Joy-Ann Reid is one racist witch herself…and of course Tingles eggs her on. I despise them both, but she takes the cake.

    Noah summed it up well. ~