Tag: Racism

Trump, Palin, Coulter gaffs: A foolish head weakens the feet

Filed in Current affairs, Politics, US presidential elections by on October 29, 2012 0 Comments
Trump, Palin, Coulter gaffs: A foolish head weakens the feet

Donald Trump, Sarah Palin, and and Ann Coulter seem to believe that they own America and have the right to denigrate the President of the United States. Clearly these people have trouble accepting someone different than a White man in the White House. Why don’t they go into exile and come back after the president’s term […]

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Mugabe’s treatment of farmers like Mike Campbell shameful: Death does not sound a trumpet

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on April 12, 2011 0 Comments
Mugabe’s treatment of farmers like Mike Campbell shameful: Death does not sound a trumpet

Mike Campbell has died. Many of you have never heard about Mike Campbell. This white Zimbabwean farmer was a victim of racism; he was beaten by a Mugabe Black militia group and lost his land. Campbell took President Mugabe to court and won his case, but in a dictatorship, the dictator ignores the law. Mr. Campbell certainly, […]

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Bounty on Arpaio’s head: The higher the monkey climbs, the more it is exposed to danger

Filed in Current affairs by on August 4, 2010 3 Comments
Bounty on Arpaio’s head: The higher the monkey climbs, the more it is exposed to danger

The one million dollar bounty on the head of controversial Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio by the Mexican cartel is great news for supporters of the Arizona immigration laws. It makes their case to those who are against that law. Immigration reform in America is a nightmare for all administrations. Illegal immigration is a complex problem, an American […]

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NAACP,Focus on What Matters: Habit is the sixth sense that dominates the other five.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on July 15, 2010 1 Comment
NAACP,Focus on What Matters: Habit is the sixth sense that dominates the other five.

Despite the NAACP‘s condemnation of the Tea Party movement as racist, their words will never be strong enough to eradicate that gangrene of American society. Racism is like the Mississipi river. It has curves, but you cannot stop its flow. So why does the NAACP have to react anytime that the Tea Party movement coughs hate? […]

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Rand Paul in Hot Water: Clothes put on while running come off while running.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on May 22, 2010 0 Comments
Rand Paul in Hot Water: Clothes put on while running come off while running.

Honestly, if you follow the Tea Party movement, it is not surprising that Rand Paul, the winner of last Tuesday’s GOP primary elections does not support the Civil Rights Act of 1964. He did not misspeak, even though he is claiming now that he “fully” supports the Civil Rights Act of 1964. We recognizes the […]

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White Supremacist Terre’Blanche Killed: If you neglect the pot, it boils over and extinguishes the fire.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Tragedy by on April 5, 2010 0 Comments
White Supremacist Terre’Blanche Killed: If you neglect the pot, it boils over and extinguishes the fire.

Eugene Terre’Blanche, a South African separatist and White supremacist, was killed by two of his farm employees over an apparent wage dispute. This is the worst thing that can happen in South Africa right now, because the country is hosting the soccer World Cup in 10 weeks. Racial tensions have been very high over a song […]

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Pat Robertson and Rush Limbaugh vs. Haiti: The soul of a fool is always dancing on the tip of his tongue.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Tragedy by on January 16, 2010 0 Comments
Pat Robertson and Rush Limbaugh vs. Haiti: The soul of a fool is always dancing on the tip of his tongue.

It’s hard to believe your own ears when Pat Robertson uses insensitive words such as “cursed” and “made a pact with the devil” to blame the victims of the earthquake in Haiti. Likewise, Rush Limbaugh is working to discourage aid to Haiti. They have a total disregard for human life. Poverty is not a choice. Slavery and […]

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Obama forgives Harry Reid: When your neighbor is wrong you point a finger, but when you are wrong you hide.

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on January 12, 2010 2 Comments
Obama forgives Harry Reid: When your neighbor is wrong you point a finger, but when you are wrong you hide.

The attitude of people of color who do not feel offended by Senator Harry Reid‘s racist comments about President Obama is incomprehensible. Clearly, there is a double standard. When a racist comment comes from the GOP, the media makes it a big deal, whereas when a Democrat makes a racist comment, an apology is enough to […]

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Ignorance doesn’t necessarily kill you but it makes you sweat a lot.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on September 26, 2009 0 Comments
Ignorance doesn’t necessarily kill you but it makes you sweat a lot.

This week we had a little break from health care debates. It is time to look back and realize how passion combined with ignorance can lead to extremism. Looking back to the “tea-bag madness” on health care in Washington, I realized that many of those who protested that day did not know why they were […]

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The chief of village does not see the devil.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on September 18, 2009 0 Comments
The chief of village does not see the devil.

The erosion of civility in American politics is depressing. The health care reforms have given an excuse for extremists to show their “disapproval” of being governed by a president of color. When former President Jimmy Carter pointed out the racist character of the protesters in Washington D.C. last week, as usual, many people have reacted, […]

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