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Video Proof: The NAACP Awards Racism-2010

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posted on Jul, 19 2010 @ 08:04 PM
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Video Proof: The NAACP Awards Racism-2010
In this piece you will see video evidence of racism coming from a federal appointee and NAACP award recipient and in another clip from the same event a perfect rationalization for why the Tea Party needs to exist.

But first the context:
For the past week, Americans who consider themselves aligned with the Tea Party movement have suffered the indignity of being falsely labeled racist by the NAACP and their pro-bono publicity managers, the main stream media. The constant calls to “repudiate the racists from your ranks” have not only been insulting, but have also served to force a false standard upon America’s fastest-growing and most vibrant political movement that no other group could ever live up to nor would ever be asked to live up to.
While the media has chosen to do the Democratic Party’s bidding in allowing for the NAACP to negatively and falsely brand the millions strong, loosely affiliated tea party phenomenon as “racist”, the moral indignation over race and racism has taken center stage in a summer of economic and political discontent.
The NAACP, an undeniable weapon in the Democratic Party’s arsenal, was more than happy to exploit this nation’s sensitive racial schism for possible political gain. The Democratic Party and the NAACP, needless to say, are playing with fire.




posted on Jul, 19 2010 @ 08:18 PM
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I am not sure if this is the right forum for this, however, here is the point:
There are racisit in all groups, and here is proof that the NAACP, a group who is suppose to be against racist comments where they are backing a case of reverse discrimination, where the victim is white and the perpertator is black.
Has the country gone in full circle to where now the victims are now the people doing the exact same thing that a generation ago, their parents and grandparents were the exact same victim of.
Justice needs to be blind and the law equal to all people, not ignored in favore of one group or the other. And it is an act of hypocrisy when a group that is suppose to be against discrimination, to turn a blind eye when it the very group of people that they are suppose to be helping out. It is my belief that comments and actions like this is what keeps the idea and acts of racism and discrimination continuing on, as the very groups who condone such often are not taking a firm stance and looking at every one as equal. It damages their credibility and leads people to wonder if the organization really represents the very ideas that it is sworn for such.
This is the second time where the NAACP has been shown that it speaks out against racism when it come to a white person doing such, but fails to step up when it is an african american does such. That is just wrong and should not be allowed. I think that they should look at the country as if they were justice and be blind, speaking out about such no matter who says it or what group they may or may not represent.
Racism, no matter who is doing it, is just wrong. And what is even worse is that this time it is someone who worked for a federal department in the US government. It damages the credibility of the federal government, that can not afford any more issues like this.



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