Sunday, May 04, 2014

Obama Quick To Denounce Donald Sterling Racism, But No Comment About Oprah, Sharpton, Jay-Z

Richard Milhous Obama was quick to denounce LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling for racist comments, and applauded the NBA's banning of Sterling.

But Obama has not had a problem having many of his high profile supporters utter racial or other derogatory comments.

Take the phony Reverend Al Sharpton, who Obama recently used his bullhorn to deliver a heap of racial demagoguery.

Remember how Sharpton has called Jews "diamond merchants" who could "pin their yarmulkes back and come over to my house." as well as "white interloper?"

Sharpton even used racist language to attack black New York City Mayor David Dinkins:

David Dinkins, you wanna be the only nigger on television, only nigger in the newspaper, only nigger that can talk. Don't cover them, don't talk to them, 'cause you got the only nigger problem. 'Cause you know if a black man stood up next to you, they would see you for the whore that you really are.
Shapton used the following language on Morton Downey Jr's TV show:

And even said the following...

White folks was [sic] in caves while we were building empires…. We taught philosophy and astrology and mathematics before Socrates and those Greek homos ever got around to it.
And he also attacked "Chinamen" and Koreans about fried chicken and watermelon.


Obama's big early supporter and friend Oprah Winfrey has even mulled becoming owner of the LA Clippers.

But Oprah has shed her image of being a racially transcendent personality by attacking whites, including false claims of racism, and even going as far as stating racism will end when old white people die.

Not to be outdone, Obama has had fundraisers held for him by (c)rapper Jay-Z, who even admits he and the Racist in Chief text each other.

Jay Z was recently seen at a basketball game wearing a racist symbol (Breitbart).

Jay-Z sported a large circular pendant, a golden symbol of Five Percent Nation, while catching a Nets game at Barclays Center. The group embraces unusual positions regarding religion and race. Five Percent Nation, according to NPR, believes:
Ten percent of the people of the world know the truth of existence, and those elites opt to keep 85 percent of the world in ignorance and under their controlling thumb. The remaining percentage are those who know the truth and are determined to enlighten the rest. They are the Five Percent Nation.
In 1963, a student minister named Clarence 13 X founded the Five Percent Nation when he split with the Nation of Islam. He was a student of Malcolm X, but left his mosque because he disagreed with the Nation of Islam over the nature and identity of God.
The Nation said its founder, W. D. Farad Muhammad was God. But Clarence reasoned that only a pure black man could fill that role — and to him, there was nothing "purely black" about Muhammad, who was bi-racial.
When Jay-Z was asked by a reporter if the group's symbol meant anything to him, he responded, "a little bit."
But of course, no one will hold Obama to any standard, because to do so would be RAAAAACIST!

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