From the "Surprise! Black people don't agree on everything (even Obama)"

  • free_mind12

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    Apr 13, 2011 2:11 AM GMT

    Al Sharpton represents the section of the African-American community in the U.S., who have resorted to mafia type tactics to get their own way and accomplish their agenda, not realizing that this hypocritical stance makes them no different from their Caucasian-American counterparts, who practice this method. The truth of the matter is that President Obama is a product of the Caucasian-American elite and beholden to them, to think that he was anything else was just plain delusional. A lot of people have been silenced, some viciously for their critique of President Obama, yes the masses have been hoodwinked-bamboozled as they say.

    The African-American community has been split, it has been that way for a long time, a result of divide and conquer tactic by the Caucasian-American elites, so it turns out that the same religious (for all the claims of good, religion is an enslavement tool of the worst kind-enslavement and subjugation of the mind)) identity African-Americans base their existence upon is also the cancer of it's destruction. There needs to be a knew collective identity established in order to move beyond the "black vs Black" divide.

    That is why I removed myself early on from the realm of civil rights advocacy USA, because these organizations such as the NAACP etc are inefficient and obsessed with religion almost to the point of zealotry.

    As for me I will not support Mr. Obama because I am well aware what he hass done, we are definitely not on the same wave length.
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    Apr 13, 2011 2:19 AM GMT
    Al Sharpton isn't Black, he's a disease.
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    Apr 13, 2011 2:48 AM GMT
    Certainly, Sharpton is not without his faults and neither is Obama, but both men have done a lot of good for the African American community in particular and the US as a whole.

    I find this divisiveness silly as it only serves to make everyone in the AA community more vulnerable to the predations of the racists, the economic fascists and others who actively work to keep black Americans down.
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    Apr 25, 2011 4:41 AM GMT
    And we all know many caucasians do not like any of the black so called leaders especially when they speak out on racism...because we all know that it does not exist anymore (sarcasm).