Thursday, April 12, 2007

White Man's Pilgrimage

I don't get it.

A white man makes a racial slur and then goes groveling to one of this country's most well-known racist? First it was Michael Richards, now it's Don Imus.

Will an apology no longer be accepted unless you prostrate yourself to the king of racism...Mr. Al Sharpton?

Don't get me wrong, Don Imus is a jerk and his statement in reference to the Rutgers women's basketball team was reprehensible and racist. He needs to apologize...but not to Al Sharpton.

Let's take a look at the black version of David Duke. His history is filled with race baiting and polarizing events. He has turned racism into a career path.

Did Imus ever go out of his way to share a stage with the likes of Khalid Muhammad -- a gay-bashing, Jew-hating, anti-Catholic racist -- or praise him as "an articulate and courageous brother?" Of course not. But Sharpton did.

Nor did Imus ever go on the radio to demand that a "white interloper" -- the Jewish owner of a Harlem clothing store -- be forced out of business, or whip up a racial protest that ended with seven people dead in a horrific arson attack. But Sharpton did.(1995)

Did Imus lead a vitriolic campaign to vilify the young white woman raped and viciously beaten in the Central Park "wilding" case in 1989 -- a campaign in which demonstrators chanted her name in public when most of the media refused to print it and accused her boyfriend of being the real assailant? Sharpton did.

Other key Sharpton missteps:
1987 Tawana Brawley hoax.
1991 Yankel Rosenbaum stabbed to death.

If Sharpton were a white skinhead, he would be a political leper, spurned everywhere but the fringe. But far from being spurned, he is shown much deference. Democrats embrace him. Politicians court him. And journalists report on his comings and goings while politely sidestepping his career as a hatemongering racial hustler.

I don't get it.


At 9:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I totally agree. We've become so politically correct we have to say the "N word" instead of just saying Nigger, and we have to sidestep around it. Meanwhile, blacks call each other niggers.

I don't get it.

At 10:13 AM, Blogger Freedomnow said...

Reverse prejudice could almost be understandable in the 60s, but times have changed.

At 10:19 AM, Blogger Urban Infidel said...

Still waiting for Jesse Jackson to apologize for his 'hymie town' comment.....

At 10:20 AM, Blogger American Crusader said...

It's a double standard that's getting old. I'm tired of these so-called "Reverends" getting away with it.

At 10:34 AM, Blogger Brooke said...

I'm still waiting for the apology to the Duke players!

At 10:34 AM, Blogger Urban Infidel said...

Exactly, AC.

Nothing but us 'white intelopers' messing things up, right "Rev. Al"?

At 11:27 AM, Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

This post should be published AC...its sickening and maddening how the black and self hating white community embrace this thug!

At 11:48 AM, Blogger beakerkin said...


Freddy's Fashion Mart and White Interlopers.

I want to point out nobody said a word about Rosie O'Donnel talking about 9-11 conspiracy theories. Her comments were not made in jest either.

At 5:22 AM, Blogger Gayle said...

I find what Imus said despicable, but I agree he should not be apologizing to the king of bigotry! The fact that he did is nearly as despicable as what he said.

I only hope that something good will come out of all of this. If the rapp industry is taken to task, and others such as O'Donnell, perhaps we will have Imus to thank for it.

At 8:00 AM, Blogger Mad Zionist said...

Brilliant minds think alike...I posted on the same topic.

At 1:48 PM, Blogger benning said...

Yup! PC gone mad!

Imus is a twit, as is Howard Stern. But you don't listen to them to get insight. You listen to giggle guiltily.

Sharpton is a pig. CBS and MSNBC are simply Leftist shills anymore. *sigh*

At 7:11 PM, Blogger Brooke said...

Did anyone else catch Jackson on Fox calling Imus a "political figure?"


At 6:06 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Don Imus touched the nerve of festering integration of college sports, by
mocking the mostly Negress, female basketball team at Rutgers University,
but instead of standing his ground, he shuffled off to the Apologists' Hall of
Shame, where he joined Trent Lott in begging and groveling, in vain, to
placate the minority-bloc. Imus, a former drug-addict and hippy-type, who
boasted of supporting the unsuccessful Senate-candidacy of Negro Harold
Ford, had made a career of spewing profanity as a talk-show host, in the
tradition of Joe Pyne and Alan Berg. Although he had featured an array
of Negroes and Jews on his early-morning, New York City broadcast,
none of those he had idolized came to his rescue, when he was fired for
alluding to the physical-characteristics and sexual-proclivities of Negroes.

The litany of apologies, commenced by Imus, recollected Lott, who
appeared over the Black Entertainment Television channel to profusely
apologize for defending the 1948 vote of Mississippi for segregationist
Presidential-candidate Strom Thurmond. Lott's constituents immediately
appeared on the streets of Jackson with "Trent the Traitor" signs, demanding
that Lott be fired from his Senate-majority-leader position. Imus followed
suit, by appearing on the Al Sharpton radio-show, incessantly apologizing,
but only reinforcing the image of himself as a cowed and foolish "traitor"
to his own people. Rutgers-alum Richard Barrett said that the long-haired
Imus got what he had coming. "You dance with the devil of integration
and you wind up getting pitchforked," Barrett observed.

Instead of "apologizing," Imus could have mentioned that nearly
ninety-percent of Negroes in America are born out-of-wedlock and that using
his description of "hoes" for the "inner-city" genre was apt. He could have,
also, pointed out that the "nappy-headed" element is responsible for more
crime, slums and degradation that ever in the history of the world. Rutgers had
been a largely white, "ivy-league" institution, until it hired Eugene Genovese,
an avowed Communist, who attempted to force integration during the Sixties.
The effort was largely a failure, until the Negro-riots in Newark decimated
the local campus. When whites evacuated, as they have left the capital of
Lott's home state, Negroes intruded. Negroes, today, make up the bulk of
basketball teams from New Jersey to Mississippi.

In contrast, in Portland, Jake Laskey, 26, refused to apologize for throwing
a rock at a group of Jews and was sentenced to ten-years in prison. Laskey
said that he had "had enough" of "corrupt courts, lying politicians and
injustice" and "will not renounce the cause of my people, my blood, my
family and my country." Even Judge Michael Hogan said that he was
forced to concede to Laskey's "constitutional right to freedom of expression."
On the other hand, Alex Curtis, 26, was given "leniency," receiving a three-year
sentence for passing out anti-Israel literature, after he issued a public apology
to Negroes and Jews. Meanwhile, Paige Fitzgerald, prosecuting James F.
Seale, 71, appeared in federal-court in Mississippi with a copy of the "All
The Way," containing a 1964 segregationist manifesto, written by Seale.

Fitzgerald seemingly was enticing Seale to "apologize" for being a staunch
anti-Communist by waving the patriotic periodical in his face. But, Seale only
smiled. A long list of segregationists has gone to the grave, rather than apologize,
including J. B. Stoner, Byron de la Beckwith, Sam Bowers, Ernest Avants, Frank
Bryant, Kenneth Painter and Bobby Cherry. An even longer string has evacuated to the suburbs,
since the takeover of urban institutions. Meanwhile, Negroes have tried to
straighten their kinky hair in order to "look white," as was evident among the
Rutgers basketballers, sometimes even applying lye. But, Negro-entertainer
Chris Rock, asked if he would "apologize" for using the "N-word," quipped that
he never uses it. "I just say 'nigger,'" he laughed. If Imus had been so honest,
he might have had a future.
© 2007 The Nationalist Movement

At 6:18 AM, Blogger Obob said...

As I say over and over, we expect our media to take a real stand on something rather than attack "soft" targets. Taking out Imus gives the quiet reconcilation of not attacking the racist policies that existed for years past. In fact, they can use the Imus affair to deflect attention from the shaprtons and jacksons who deserve their "unrelentless" attacks. As log as they dare not offend

At 10:40 AM, Blogger ttueoop said...

Double standards. That's what this whole "racial" and "equality" argument has come to be.

Jackson, Sharpton, Farakhan, et. al. are so full of themselves, their "self righteous" attitudes. They're hypocrites and so damned self serving! Nothing more than the very bigots they're claiming to be ridding the world of.

I suggest they be truly exposed for what they are! But how???

At 11:44 AM, Blogger David Schantz said...

Not much difference between Sharpton and the Klan except color.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.

At 6:42 AM, Blogger American Crusader said...

ttueoop said...
I suggest they be truly exposed for what they are! But how???

They have been exposed...nobody cares!

At 11:03 AM, Blogger Gayle said...

Well AC, we conservatives care, but no one cares about what conservatives care about anymore. That's what's wrong with this country. :(

At 7:15 PM, Blogger Life Hiker said...

It makes me feel so good to agree so completely with you on this post. It almost proves that any two people can share at least one opinion despite their differences on others. If Imus is out, Sharpton should be outer.

At 3:09 PM, Blogger American Crusader said...

life hiker...I think that's twice we've agreed.


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