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  1. 29 Mar '12 19:34
    Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department
    author: Christian Adams

    The following is an excerpt from Injustice,

    For much of his life, Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. carried around something peculiar. While most people keep cash, family photos and credit cards in their wallets, Holder revealed to a reporter in 1996 that he keeps with him an old clipping of a quote from a Harlem preacher, Reverend Samuel D. Proctor. Holder put the clipping in his wallet in 1971, when he was studying history at Columbia University, and kept it in wallet after wallet over the ensuing decades.

    What were Proctor’s words that Holder found so compelling?

    "Blackness is another issue entirely apart from class in America. No matter how affluent, educated and mobile (a black person) becomes, his race defines him more particularly than anything else. Black people have a common cause that requires attending to, and this cause does not allow for the rigid class separation that is the luxury of American whites. There is a sense in which every black man is as far from liberation as the weakest one if his weakness is attributable to racial injustice."

    When asked to explain the passage, Holder replied, “It really says that… I am not the tall U.S. Attorney, I am not the thin United States Attorney, I am the black United States Attorney. And he was saying that no matter how successful you are, there’s a common cause that bonds the black Unites States attorney with the black criminal or the black doctor with the black homeless person.”

    Has anyone ever asked Holder what exactly is the “common cause” that binds the black attorney general and the black criminal? More important, what should the black attorney general do about this common cause? Should the black criminal feel empathy for the black attorney general, or more likely, do the favors only flow in one direction?

    Holder’s explanation of Proctor’s quote offers some key insights into our attorney general’s worldview. First, being “more particular” than anything else, skin color limits and defines Americans – in other words, race comes first for Holder. Second, despite Americans’ widespread belief in trans-racial principles such as individual liberty and equal protection, blacks are expected to show solidarity with other blacks. And third, black law enforcement officers are expected to show this solidarity toward their racial compatriots, including black criminals.

    It may seem shocking to hear these racialist views ascribed to America’s top law enforcement officer. But to people who have worked inside the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice, these attitudes are perfectly familiar. In fact, Holder’s revelation is small stuff compared to the racial bias and leftwing extremism that pervade that institution.


    Just finished this book. I give it a positive review. Has anybody else read it here ? If so, opinions ?
  2. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    Just another day
    30 Mar '12 19:08 / 1 edit
    Yeah, black people are special, just like everyone else 😉

    I haven't read the book.

    This reminds me of:

    [i]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Nuwaubian_Nation_of_Moors

    York, Malachi Z. “This is your message Najwa and Davina, Kirsten” (letter) 10 November 2004

    The Caucasian has not been chosen to lead the world. They lack true emotions in their creation. We never intended them to be peaceful. They were bred to be killers, with low reproduction levels and a short life span. What you call Negroid was to live 1,000 years each and the other humans 120 years. But the warrior seed of Caucasians only 60 years. They were only created to fight other invading races, to protect the God race Negroids. But they went insane, lost control when they were left unattended. They were never to taste blood. They did, and their true nature came out.…
  3. 30 Mar '12 20:32
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    Yeah, black people are special, just like everyone else 😉

    I haven't read the book.

    This reminds me of:

    [i]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Nuwaubian_Nation_of_Moors

    York, Malachi Z. “This is your message Najwa and Davina, Kirsten” (letter) 10 November 2004

    The Caucasian has not been chosen to lead the world. They lack true ...[text shortened]... ere left unattended. They were never to taste blood. They did, and their true nature came out.…
    Lovely message. If thats not a hate based group I dont know what is.

    Their founder,
    Dwight York (born June 26, 1935, also reported as 1945), also known as Malachi Z. York, Issa Al Haadi Al Mahdi, et alii, is an American black supremacist and leader of the Georgia-based "Nuwaubian" movement, currently imprisoned on a 135 year sentence for child molestation.
  4. 30 Mar '12 21:43
    Originally posted by utherpendragon
    Lovely message. If thats not a hate based group I dont know what is.
    I do. Birthers and Teabaggers.

    Bog off to the Politics forum, buster. This has nothing to do with culture.

    Richard
  5. 30 Mar '12 22:12
    Last time I checked literature is a culture topic.

    There is no debate here, thats why it is not in the debates forum sonny Jim.

    I suggest you avoid this thread if you are not interested in discussing the book which is subject of the OP.
  6. 30 Mar '12 22:50 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by utherpendragon
    Last time I checked literature is a culture topic.
    Literature is. Racist
    (and by the way, that is how you spell that word, not "racialist")
    USAlien Republican Teabagger propaganda is not.

    Richard
  7. 31 Mar '12 03:27
    No Republicans or tea partiers here.
    Any how, have you read the book yet ?
    I really think you would enjoy it.
    Come back and let us know what you think of it.
  8. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    Just another day
    31 Mar '12 10:17
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    Literature is. Racist [hidden] (and by the way, that is how you spell that word, not "racialist") [/hidden] USAlien Republican Teabagger propaganda is not.

    Richard
    Racist and racialist are two different words with different meanings.