Posted 1 year ago on April 21, 2012, 9:15 p.m. EST by gnomunny
from St Louis, MO
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I was cruising (city boys 'cruise,' we don't 'surf') the interwebs last night and came across an item on the SHTFplan website about the 'New Black Panthers' party and an alleged incitement of a race war:
I bring it up because it reminded me of a snippet from a piece I'd read last year from a guy named Ulsterman (any of you guy familiar with him? Crazy? Spot-on? Somewhere in between?) about our President and his 2012 election plans (link below). I didn't listen to the audio in the article; didn't have to. I was young at the time, but I'm a little familiar with the late-'60's political climate, and it seems to me, if they didn't get a race war going then, why would they now? This year? During an election. I'm not buying it.
Then, there's the fact that the New Black Panther Party, well, turns out, it ain't the Black Panther Party. Two completely different, ahem, animals, it seems:
Could be just a random group of people. Probably is. But somewhere around halfway thru the Ulsterman piece (in which he's talking to one of his "long-time Washington insiders"), the insider mentions the possible use of the "race card" by the reelection committee like its never been used before. Most interestingly, the need to get the "Hispanics involved in the race issue."
Which brings me, apologetically, to Trayvon. And something FDR said when he was kicking it with the beltway crowd before there was even a beltway: "In politics, nothing happens by accident." Love him or hate him, FDR, a politician from a family of politicians, "knew whereof he spoke."
Then there's this article in the UK Telegraph in which Zimmerman is described as a "white Hispanic," helping to ensure 'white' is kept in the equation, and an option conspicuously absent from any form I ever filled out:
And why, exactly, is this a UN matter? You tell me. If you're about to say 'human rights,' I already thought of that option. There were almost fifteen thousand murders in the US in 2010, the latest available year. I doubt the crime rate's gone down too much since. I'm sure a fair number involved two or more 'races.' This one's a human rights violation demanding UN intervention? Anyway, I ramble. Here's the Ulsterman link:
It's a good read. Check out the description of Obama behind closed doors. Apparently, he's just a 'regular guy.'