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What Is “Negrophilia” and Why Does It Matter?

June 25th, 2010 . by TexasFred

What Is “Negrophilia” and Why Does It Matter?

If people keep sending me great stuff like this, I could become a very lazy blogger. My very good friend Bill from Basti Says sent this my way. He seemed to think I would like it. He is right!

By Sylvia Thompson

I recently finished reading the book “Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal–America’s Racial Obsession,” by Erik Rush, a black American author whose articles sometimes appear on ChronWatch. I thought it worth sharing what this term means in the context of what is happening in America. The information in Rush’s book needs to be disseminated throughout the country if we are to survive Barack Hussein Obama.

If I may paraphrase, the condition of negrophilia, spawned from political correctness (PC), is the irrational state of refusing to see evil in some blacks and attributing to all blacks a mythical “holiness.� Sort of a twisted reasoning that blacks can do no wrong because they have suffered so much. Never mind that other races and groups have suffered as much or more, whites (even the sane ones) have been so indoctrinated through PC that they can’t see the idiocy in this thinking. That is deadly.

Consider these examples.

Obama has tried as best he can to put obstacles in the way of efforts to protect the Gulf coastline from the oil spill. He literally denied state officials the resources that they needed and requested. Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana went around him. Equipment is now being employed to dredge the oil away from the shore. Obama (through the Coast Guard) recently stopped the dredging. The excuse is that moving the sand harms the environment. The oil, of course, will do more damage to the environment and the economies of the states affected.

Why then would conservative leaders, such as Newt Gingrich, still be attributing the abysmal responses on Obama’s part to “incompetence.� Any right-minded person can see that these actions are by design. They are to destroy the oil industry and eventually the nation. Why can’t a man as intelligent as Gingrich grasp this fact? I think negrophilia fits here. Gingrich can’t bring himself to admit that Obama is an evil, disturbed man, because Obama is half-black.

Obama and his sycophants posed a six-month drilling moratorium until they can determine how to prevent another spill of this magnitude. Newsflash: As long as humans run an endeavor, there will always be accidents and mishaps. The evil in this move is glaring. Thousands of Americans will lose their jobs. If they do receive the shakedown money stolen from British Petroleum (BP), what are they to do after six months? The jobs won’t be there; they will go to foreign countries. These people are self-sufficient workers; welfare does not work for them.

Why won’t the Republican conservative leadership get behind the people taking legal action against Obama on this issue? Why aren’t they announcing broadly that the behavior is not against BP but against average Americans? What besides a disorder such as negrophilia can possibly account for this craven weakness in the opponents of Barack Obama?

Governor Jan Brewer and the citizens of Arizona decided that they would take action to protect themselves against the incursion of illegal aliens. Attorney General Eric Holder and Obama (both black men) immediately attacked their actions, without first having read the law that Arizona citizens proposed. Why was there such a tepid response from Republican leaders on this behavior? As an American, it shamed me that there was not more damaging outcry from so-called leaders.

Further, why is there not an actionable response to Obama’s disrespectful treatment of Governor Brewer? He simply ignored her as she pleaded for assistance. What white president could get away with that kind of crap? Not one. Yet the fear of Obama’s blackness, the disorder of negrophilia in play, ensured that the airwaves would be silent of people who could actually do something about the behavior: political leaders. I am livid witnessing the degree of spinelessness in face of such unprecedented lawlessness from Obama. It’s enough to make a sane person do something drastic–like join a militia.

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Betraying our dead

September 12th, 2009 . by TexasFred

Betraying our dead

Eight years ago today, our homeland was attacked by fanatical Muslims inspired by Saudi Arabian bigotry. Three thousand American citizens and residents died.

We resolved that we, the People, would never forget. Then we forgot.

We’ve learned nothing.

Instead of cracking down on Islamist extremism, we’ve excused it.

Instead of killing terrorists, we free them.

Instead of relentlessly hunting Islamist madmen, we seek to appease them.

Full Story Here: (Highly recommended reading)
Betraying our dead

Those few words above are the inspiration for this post. You see, I AM ANGRY!

Actually, I am far past the definition of angry. I am incensed! I am enraged! I am filled with a burning desire to see wrathful vengeance served upon those that brought this war to our shores. I want retribution against those that try to force us to submit to their way of believing. Those that have sworn to kill us if we don’t. We don’t try to force OUR way of life on them. I don’t, and that is a certainty.

I have said, many times, after the attacks of 9-11, I was totally in support of our going, in force, to Afghanistan. I was NOT in support of the move to Iraq. I felt then, and still do, Iraq has been a waste of time and took our focus off of the real target, radical Islam and it’s roots in Afghanistan.

The move to Iraq astounded me. Many DO believe that Iraq was the right decision, that’s their right. I don’t agree with them, in ANY way. I am still of the opinion that we have yet to address the REAL enemy of the United States, the true sponsor of 9-11. The House of Saud.

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Saudi Arabia acknowledged for the first time that 15 of the Sept. 11 suicide hijackers were Saudi citizens, but said Wednesday that the oil-rich kingdom bears no responsibility for their actions SOURCE

Of course the Saudis denied any and all knowledge of these attacks. That would be the proper way for the Saudis to proceed. Osama bin Laden, the chief suspect in the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks that killed more than 3,000 people, was Saudi born but stripped of his citizenship in 1994 according to the article.

The Saudis are a loose bunch, they tend to look the other way when money is involved, as long as they are the recipients OF that money. Osama bin Laden, and his family, have plenty of money.

The Saudis may not have been directly involved in the attacks of 9-11, but it is my opinion that they were, at the very least, a financial supporter and spent much behind the scene time and money as well. But that’s OK, right? George W. Bush welcomed them into HIS home and kissed the bastards. I guess we’re supposed to accept the Saudis as our friends too if the example set by Bush was any indicator.

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