Saturday, October 24, 2015

Obama Speaks Out (Again), in Support of Terrorists



By Nicholas Stix

Try and count the lies in the following “report.”

It is fit and proper that Darlene Superville should have acted as the mouthpiece of the John Doe calling himself Barack Obama. Superville is the black Nina Burleigh.

Back in the 1990s, alleged reporter Burleigh declared to the world that she would gladly give Bill Clinton “a blow job,” if it would lead him to continue protecting “a woman’s right” to kill her unborn child. During the 2008 campaign, “Obama” gave a private presentation for a racially segregated audience of black “journalists.” Superville’s immediate, breathless account suggested that “Obama’s” touching her hand, as he’d gone through the crowd, had been a sexual experience for her.

Obama defends Black Lives Matter movement
By Darlene Superville
Oct 22, 5:51 PM EDT
Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Defending the Black Lives Matter movement, President Barack Obama said Thursday the protests are giving voice to a problem happening only in African-American communities, adding, "We, as a society, particularly given our history, have to take this seriously."

Obama said the movement, which sprung up after the deaths of unarmed black men in Florida, Missouri and elsewhere, quickly came to be viewed as being opposed to police and suggesting that other people's lives don't matter. Opponents have countered that "all lives matter."

At the conclusion of a White House forum on criminal justice, Obama said he wanted to make a final point about the nexus of race and the criminal justice system before launching into his defense of the movement.

"I think everybody understands all lives matter," Obama said. "I think the reason that the organizers used the phrase 'Black Lives Matter' was not because they were suggesting nobody else's lives matter. Rather, what they were suggesting was there is a specific problem that's happening in the African-American community that's not happening in other communities.

"And that is a legitimate issue that we've got to address."

Police relations with minority communities and the deaths of unarmed black men have been topics of great interest since the shootings of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in 2012 in Florida and 18-year-old Michael Brown in 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri. Those deaths, and others of black women, have inspired protests around the country under the "Black Lives Matter" moniker.

Obama paired his defense of the Black Lives Matter movement with praise for police and other law enforcement officials. Some police groups have been unhappy with Obama's response to the deaths of the unarmed black men. The president lately seems to be making the extra effort to publicly praise police officers for willingly taking on a dangerous assignment.

He did so while participating in a forum on drug abuse Wednesday in Charleston, West Virginia, and next week he's scheduled to address the International Association of Chiefs of Police.

At the White House, Obama said there are specific concerns about whether blacks in certain areas are treated unfairly or are more frequently subjected to excessive force by police.

But the president said people should also "understand the overwhelming majority of law enforcement's doing the right thing and wants to do the right thing" and "recognize that police officers have a really tough job and we're sending them into really tough neighborhoods that sometimes are really dangerous and they've got to make split-second decisions."

He said people shouldn't be "too sanctimonious" about situations that can sometimes be ambiguous.

"But having said all that, we as a society, particularly given our history, have to take this seriously," Obama said. "And one of the ways of avoiding the politics of this and losing the moment is everybody just stepping back for a second and understanding that the African-American community is not just making this up."

"It's not just something being politicized. It's real and there's a history behind it and we have to take it seriously," he said.

In a separate development, the Black Lives Matter organization on Thursday rejected a town hall-style forum it had been offered by the Democratic National Committee, in lieu of a sanctioned debate it had requested. The group said a town hall wouldn't "sufficiently respond to the concerns raised by our members." The DNC said it has approved only six debates, and all have been scheduled.
Associated Press writer Jesse J. Holland contributed to this report.
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Anonymous said...

Whatever "problems"blacks have with police now is from at least two generations of a refusal to follow a few basic rules of civilized society:
1)getting educated (if you re capable).Many are not.
2) If not capable of education, you can still be trained to work at SOME job.A packer, a janitor, a bus driver.Something LEGAL.
3)Living a decent life.By that I mean certain things white people do without having to think about it.Keeping your car radio down, parking on the correct side of the street in the right direction.The other part of living a decent life is obeying the law.No drug dealing, pimping, B&E, rape, murder, gang b.s.Guess what? You live a decent life---YOU DON T GO TO JAIL.
4) Black crime is so much a part of their culture it now seems normal to them.Bad behavior is passed from generation to generation.They can t complain about incarceration rates for the simple fact that they commit most of the crimes.
5) Seth Rogan was on Fox news today complaining about incarceration."It must be cut down".
Let him live in the ghetto anywhere and see what he says after ONE DAY!!! Of course that will never happen.
Complaining about black lives should really be a complaint of how blacks LIVE.Obama should be pointing out what blacks do wrong--and stop making excuses for them.He s obviously out of touch with reality.He should join Rogan in a part of town a few blocks from my house and get educated.They d sing a different song then.

Joshua Sinistar said...

Obama is the gift that keeps on giving. Bull Connor could have used this guy. He's the Anti-MLK. Every single time with this guy its always pointing out the one sided hypocrisy. He's always supporting black. He always finds the worst examples and shows everyone how hypocritical this whole Civil Rights sham is in practice. If he was a White Supremacist trying to make blacks look bad on purpose he couldn't do it any better than this! I wonder what those blacks like Revrum Jackson think when they see this guy in action? Are they happy?