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Rosa Parks the Communist

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posted on Nov, 9 2005 @ 08:11 PM
Rosa Parks was a Communist

Found it on the site.

I thought it was interesting. Mind you--I do NOT approve of Jim Crow laws--but this is something to make you go HMMMM.

posted on Nov, 10 2005 @ 05:12 AM
Yeah, "Hmmmm, some people really are bigots, they just don't know it"

Seriously, "Save the Males" qouted DAVID DUKE in the article.

At least you waited until her corpse was cold, before you defiled her memory. But, that would require tact.

posted on Nov, 10 2005 @ 05:24 AM
Jeez you just have to wonder about the mentality of some people these days... Obvious that racism is not always obvious but hidden in other tones and words..

posted on Nov, 10 2005 @ 06:36 AM
I'm not a racist. Honestly every time someone says something negative about a black person everyone's eager to jump on the "THAT'S RACIST!" bandwagon.

Which in itself is racism!

I tossed this out in the hopes of INTELLIGENT discussion. The problem is, people are put up on a pedestal when maybe they shouldn't be.

The response here reminds me of the Bushbots sticking up for their "Christian" president no matter what.

posted on Nov, 10 2005 @ 06:46 AM
Ah well you were posting a rational reply until your last line. As i am not from the US i take offence at you tarring me with your implied brush.
I am quite happy to be taken to be taken to task for what i have posted -but not for whatever political views you think i have.My reply was to the web link posted,you are the one adding a political tone to it.

posted on Nov, 10 2005 @ 06:56 AM
I just don't appreciate being called a racist, is all.

Let me tell you--I am part Native American and Native Americans got a much worse deal than blacks. I wonder why blacks complain that The Man keeps them down when the natives have it worse.

I had ancestors who fought in the Union Army during our Civil War--the side that was AGAINST slavery.

I'm just willing to bet that had I posted a similar article about a white person, I wouldn't have gotten quite this response. I'm really tired of that knee-jerk reaction.

I think Rosa Parks did the right thing--but not necessarily for the right reasons. I think it's absurd that a person wouldn't be allowed to sit at a certain place or enter a certain place due to their DNA.

posted on Nov, 10 2005 @ 07:01 AM
BTW here's a clip from that article people apparently missed during said knee-jerk reaction:


I find racial prejudice, discrimination and segregation repugnant. Mankind is a family of races, each gifted and bringing something unique to the potluck.

At the same time, a balance must be found. Racial and national groups have a right to protect their racial character. I find it odd that countries like Israel, China and Japan can do this without criticism but countries in Europe and North America cannot. Blacks, Jews and Hispanics can do this but Europeans cannot. I also believe discrimination in favor of a "minority" is as bad as discrimination against.

[edit on 11/10/2005 by Amethyst]

posted on Nov, 10 2005 @ 07:03 AM
As i have said i was replying to the article.I apologise if you thought i was referring to you,i should have made that clearer in my original post.

posted on Nov, 10 2005 @ 07:22 AM
I didn't respond to this thread to defend the honor of Mrs. Parks for she is dead and whatever you think of her now is purely work for an idle brain. I am in this thread because of this nonsense.

Honestly every time someone says something negative about a black person everyone's eager to jump on the "THAT'S RACIST!" bandwagon.

did you read the article? because even if you don't support the views in it you must've known that its going to cause a stir up in here when you post an article that quotes a well known racist as a major source.

Honestly, I'm sick of something too...I'm sick of the race baiting on this freaking board! Don't pretend you are innocent in this and don't give us that "intelligent discussion" bs. if you really wanted to add this article to as a piece of "intelligent discussion" there are several ongoing threads about Mrs. Parks that you could've added it to. Instead you post a new thread that's open ended--with no substance then come back yelling when folk read into your intentions. Mo race baitin'.

Wouldn't it be more practical to just create a thread where you can shout about not being able to criticize black folk without being called a racist? Then, you wouldn't have to quote racist to get ya point across. It'll be all you. But, I guess it's easier to hide behind the guise of "intelligent discussion".

please carry on.

posted on Nov, 10 2005 @ 04:09 PM

Originally posted by Amethyst
I'm not a racist. Honestly every time someone says something negative about a black person everyone's eager to jump on the "THAT'S RACIST!" bandwagon.

You're not racist, you just don't like uppity blacks.

How exactly did you believe that you would be percieved, when you post an article that qoutes Klansman, and white supremacist, David Duke? When you make a gossipy - arbitrary - post belitting the the social good that this woman did?

You do not approve of Jim Crow laws??? You shouldn't tolerate their very existence in a civilized society. But, then again, you read "Save the Males", so civil rights and social progress aren't exactly high on your barometer of merit.

posted on Nov, 10 2005 @ 07:55 PM
"Save the Males" basically takes on feminism/communism and its role in the NWO.

If "women's lib" is progress may I never see regression. Progress to what, pray tell? I don't want to progress to barbarism and moral relativism.

I don't care if black people are successful. Good for them! I'm just tired of the ones who expect to get something for nothing just because their ancestor was a slave. Come to think of it, I'm tired of people in general wanting something for nothing.

I believe that all people are equal before the law. Period. People are not all equal--we all have different talents, we're all different--but we're equal as far as the law is concerned.

I'm pointing out that something that's believed to be good by everyone should be examined more closely. Things are not always what they seem. If you read the article you'd see that black people are wondering if the civil rights movement just made things worse!

BTW I don't care for the KKK. They can take a hike. These black/white supremacist groups are just out for one thing--instigating racial wars.

Please note--I hate using the term African-American. Not all blacks are from Africa. And not all people from Africa are black--think South Africa.

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