Sunday, March 13, 2011

Texas Rep. Al Green (No, Not That Al Green!): Investigating Moslem Terrorists in America=“Defending the KKK”

By Nicholas Stix

REP. GREEN: I hope you won’t defend the KKK.

REP. GREEN: I hope you won’t defend the KKK.

REP. GREEN: I hope you won’t defend the KKK.

REP. GREEN: I hope you are not going to defend the KKK.

REP. GREEN: Be as curious as you like, but do not defend the KKK.

REP. GREEN: Do not defend the KKK.

REP. GREEN: Do not defend the KKK.

REP. GREEN: You’re newspaper is going to defend the KKK tomorrow, I see.

(Audio) “CBC Congressman: KKK bigger threat than Muslims,” by Kerry Picket, Washington Times, March 10, 2011.

The above statements were all made by Texas Cong. Al Green, to Washington Times reporter Kerry Picket. I removed Picket’s occasional attempt at speaking (“But I’m just...”; “But I’m just curious...” —which Green always interrupted with more racist intimidation).

Cong. Green’s torrent of intimidation immediately followed Picket’s question, in reference to Rep. Peter King’s (R-NY) hearings into Moslem terrorism in America, “It’s been reported that of all the 126 terror indictments all of have been Muslim. Do you think that should be considered in this particular hearing?,” but I’d hardly call his bullying a “response.”

I’ve seen such intimidation by racist black public figures before, including academics such as Johnetta Cole, the former president of segregated Spelman College, and tenured propagandist Michael Eric Dyson. They seek to refuse to permit any white, or even “insufficiently black” opponent to speak. Dyson once unsuccessfully tried that shtick with Pat Buchanan. (By the way, although Dyson looks light, bright, and white, don’t tell him that!)



Note that although the KKK has been repeatedly investigated, even in recent years, why would someone want to stop an investigation into contemporary domestic terrorism, and instead substitute one into attacks from 50, and even 100 years ago? And considering how many times the KKK has been investigated, and how many books have been devoted to it, wouldn’t it make more sense to investigate the Nation of Islam, a domestic terrorist organization which has probably murdered more people, which is more active today, which has, to my knowledge, never been the subject of a Congressional investigation, which religiously justifies itself, and to which so far only one legitimate book has been devoted?

Larry Auster described Cong. Green, and congressmen like him, as “irredeemably stupid and unappeasably anti-American,” and while Auster is correct in those judgments, those characteristics are merely consequences of Green’s irredeemable, unappeasable racism. He fancies that because sometime, somewhere, a white harmed a black, all blacks may terrorize all whites for eternity. Since Arab Moslem terrorists in America seek primarily to murder white Americans, Green supports them. His is a voice of black supremacist race mania.

After graduating from law school, Green co-founded and co-managed the law firm of Green, Wilson, Dewberry and Fitch. In 1977, he was elected Justice of the Peace, Precinct 7, Position 2, where he served for 26 years before retiring in 2004. Throughout his career, Green has earned the respect of his colleagues and a wide cross-section of community leaders who have praised his legal skills, impeccable character and innate ability to communicate skillfully with people of diverse backgrounds.

[NS: I guess that “people of diverse backgrounds” means blacks and Hispanics.]

For nearly ten years, Green served as president of the Houston Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Under his leadership, the organization grew to unprecedented heights, increasing membership from 500 to 3,500 and the staff from one to twenty. Congressman Green would become known as an unwavering defender of equality and a champion of all people.

“Biography of Congressman Al Green, Representing the 9th Congressional District of Houston, Texas,” Cong. Green’s Office Web site, accessed on March 12, 2011.

Whites cannot engage in “dialogue” with such people, and must—without apologies—do everything possible to protect themselves from living under black rule, because what one sees from the likes of Al Green is the face of black rule. And though the John Doe calling himself “Barack Obama” may be a smoother operator than the Greens of the world, “Obama’s” bedrock belief, as an adherent of Black Liberation Theology— “divine love as expressed in Black Power, which is the power of black people to destroy their [white] oppressors here and now by any means at their disposal”—is no different.

Someone is bound to point out that, given the realities of massive legal and illegal Hispanic immigration, my concern with black racism is so… well, actually, there has never been a public dialogue on black racism, which makes my concerns as fresh as tomorrow’s news from Japan. However, since every group seeking to destroy America, including Hispanics, continues to ape the civil rights movement, demanding just about everything that black revanchists have demanded, including reparations (e.g., all of America), and blacks’ demands alone are insatiable, if patriots are going to have any chance of saving America, they must directly confront black racism, and the totalitarian black will to power.


Hirsch said...

My own favorite embarrasment from Michael Eric Dyson came when he was promoting his book on Tupac. And I quote: "When Tupac said "nigga" he meant "Never ignorant getting goals accomplished."

Jules M said...

Instead of the struggling against blacks, we should give them a territory of their own, a stretch of US land of modest width but considerable length that borders between the remainder of the US and Mexico. Blacks have demanded their own "state" for some time now and usually those demands center around the south, the west, or the southwest US anyway. If a black face and 'hope and change' could convince ~95% to vote Obama, then you could probably convince the overwhelmingly vast majority to go. It would solve two problems, because they could deal with the Hispanic invasion with less illusions about 'strength in diversity' than we have. If not, perhaps we could set up another 'back to Africa' movement. If Farrakhan believes that the rightful place of blacks is in their African homeland among Islamists, then by all means, they should go. Let them find out how tolerant the 'religion of peace' is to the Nation of Islam's interpretation of the koran and Islam.

jeigheff said...

Back when I was a student in Pittsburgh, there was an brash Puerto Rican guy named Neptali [sp?] who was in many of my classes. At a party, he once said that black and brown people had to fight together against whites. He didn't say why, or to what end. But Neptali wasn't being flippant or silly when he made this remark. His comment gained nervous laughter from the mostly white party-goers around him.

I was surprised myself, but maybe not as much as the others. I was familiar with how some Puerto Ricans felt about America, thanks to the time my family had lived there in the 70s.

I'm sorry to see white-hating forces link arms in this country myself. It's no joke.

Anonymous said...

All of this hinges on the central hate myth that keeps the left in power - blacks are oppressed. Blacks aren't oppressed in America, they live far above their abilities by sponging off of whites. They are parasites. Every white person in America pays the "white tax", in money, in annoyance, and occasionally in blood to support these people at an artificially high level. (That artifially high level include more personal and political freedom than in their own homelands, as well.) The same applies to other minorities in this country. Moving here is pretty much an admittion of cultural inferiority. If it didn't pay, they wouldn't be here.