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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Black Race Activist in Ferguson, Missouri Insists to Journalist that He Wears the Colors of Genocidal Black Supremacism Only Because He Thinks They Look Cool, Not Out of Any Political Motivation

 

Black supremacist Tabari Coleman (note the Garveyite stripes on the bill of his cap) holding his daughter, whom he claims is “biracial,” before asserting, “Society decides who's black, who's white, who's not. I don't get to make that decision for her.” Coleman is “project director at the Anti-Defamation League’s World of Difference Institute. He believes that [white] vulnerability is the key to empathy, and empathy is the key to understanding others from diverse backgrounds.” True enough. It’s hard to kill off whites, if they don’t first disarm themselves.
 

By Nicholas Stix

In response to Read the Exclusive Summary of Missouri Governor Jay Nixon’s Ferguson Commission Report.”
 

“Tabari Coleman said...
Nicholas, this is the first time I've ever responded to a post and I choose to today to give you an opportunity to make right some misinformation you posted about me.

I have no issue with you commenting on my words and opinions, where I take issue is with the label black supremacist because I wore a hat with colors that are also used by the NBPP. I dont call people racist, sexist, etc unless I know that for sure and besides a hat I think looks cool your label is unfounded.

There's good and bad in every race, I make no judgements, even towards you.i wont be responding to any follow up comments but I wanted to respectfully ask that you not misrepresnt who I am. Judge my words, but dont assume cause I wore some colors you connect with black power that that tells you anything about my views. I dont assume bald white men are skin heads just because the look is also associated with that movement.

“Nicholas, this is the first time I've ever responded to a post and I choose to today to give you an opportunity to make right some misinformation you posted about me.

“I have no issue with you commenting on my words and opinions, where I take issue is with the label black supremacist because I wore a hat with colors that are also used by the NBPP. I dont call people racist, sexist, etc unless I know that for sure and besides a hat I think looks cool your label is unfounded.”

Tabari—apparently, we’re on a first-name basis, like with my good friend Mark Potok, of the SPLC—I’m glad you gave me this opportunity “to make right some misinformation.”

I wasn’t aware that the Nation of Islam’s New Black Panther Party division was sporting the colors of the genocidal, Garveyite, Pan-African flag, but that’s not important. The flag and its color scheme are generations old. The act of wearing those colors entails the wearer identifying himself as a genocidal black supremacist. For a black racial activist to claim that he wears those colors but is not a genocidal black supremacist, is as phony as a three-dollar bill. If you really are not a genocidal black supremacist, you’ll have to stop identifying yourself as one by your uniform.

I suppose you figured that as long as you spouted the slogans of white racial socialists, you were safe with your ADL paymasters. No can do.

“Judge my words, but dont assume cause I wore some colors you connect with black power that that tells you anything about my views.”

You’re lying again.

“I dont assume bald white men are skin heads just because the look is also associated with that movement.”

That’s a ridiculous analogy, and you know it. The proper analogy is to white men who wear Nazi swastikas. (And I’m not talking about campy homosexuals, unless they’re fans of Ernst Roehm.)

Are you next going to tell me that if you see a white racial activist wearing a Nazi swastika that you assume nothing about his views? Oh, I just remembered: You “wont be responding to any follow up comments.” (Yeah, right.)

It’s really simple: If you’re not a genocidal black supremacist, you can’t wear that color scheme. But you knew that already.

1 comment:

sondjata said...

Since both you AND Tabari are misinformed, let me correct the BOTH of you. The Red, Black and Green (in that order) is the tri-bar colors given to us (Africans) by Marcus Garvey who founded the UNIA-ACL (Universal Negro Improvement Association- African Communities League). The Red stands for the blood shed by our (African) people, The Black stands for the signifying color of the people. The Green for our homeland (Africa).

You will find not a single reference to "genocide" or any such mass killings of any people advocated by Mr. Garvey or the organization he founded. Other parties have used (and abused) the symbol of the Red Black and Green. These parties rarely if ever even have a clue what Garveyism is and was about, nor do they know of, or abide in the general teachings of Marcus Garvey.

I challenge you to find ANY direct quotations from ANY written or recorded work of Marcus Garvey that advocates the mass killings (genocide) of any people. And when you don't find that reference, please cease and desist from calling Garvey a "genocidal black supremacist" since you will be writing something you KNOW you cannot prove.