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Black Unborn Baby Lives Matter

ALmost buried in the horrifying news of Planned Parenthood’s fetal liver-farming racket is the disporportionate rate of certain livers being farmed.

Black livers (and hearts and lungs):

Why are Black women over 3 times more likely to obtain an abortion than White women? Even though African Americans are only 12.6% of the population, they received 30% of the 1.2 million abortions in 2008 (latest available statistics [in 2012 when this was written]), killing 360,000 Black babies at a rate of nearly 1,000 per day. More than 16 million African American unborn babies have died from legalized abortion, which suggests that the current Black population of 39 million would have been more than a third larger without abortion. This scourge is the leading cause of death for African Americans, more than all other causes combined, including AIDS, violent crimes, accidents, cancer and heart disease. African Americans have been disproportionately hurt by abortion because they have been targeted from the beginning. This is truly a case of Black genocide, and Planned Parenthood is one of the major players in this tragedy.

Life Issues Institute’s recent analysis of 2010 Census Bureau data shows that Planned Parenthood continues to strategically place the majority of their surgical abortion facilities in locations that target Black Americans for abortion. This analysis shows that 62% of Planned Parenthood abortion facilities are within walking distance (2 miles) of relatively high African American populations.

To be fair to PP (why?), it’s not clear to me whether they’re perpetuating black genocide, or merely servicing it. But remembering Margaret Sanger’s attutude toward the “Negro” race, it’s at least suspicious that they hunt down black neighborhoods so consistently.

These census results reveal the extent of Planned Parenthood’s purposeful presence near African American neighborhoods. But it doesn’t stop there. Hispanic women also appear to be a target, as they are nearly twice as likely to obtain an abortion as White women.

When looking at both minorities in combination, the data reveal that 79% of Planned Parenthood abortion facilities are located near either an African American or a Hispanic neighborhood and 45% are placed so that they are within walking distance of both types of minority neighborhoods.

What a coincidence!

Liberals love abortion in general, but what they really love about it is that it gives poor people a chance at killing off any extra mouths to feed. We even had a reader here once who praised the brave black women who offed their babies rather than give birth to ones they couldn’t care for. Only I thought we had an alphabet soup of welfare plans to take care of that—not to mention the overwhilming majority of human history has been populated by poor peoplee. Are liberals saying we’re starving poor black babies in particular—or that black people in particular are incapable of raising their children?

PS: “If I had a son,” Obama once said, “he might have looked like Trayvon Martin.” I didn’t see the relevance then, but I think I do now. Barack Obama sees himself in every murdered black man (or boy). No wonder he never talks about PP’s holocaust against the “Negro” race. It must be too painful even to think about.


White People Tax

There are at least a couple of sane people left in America…

– Aggie

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Revisiting Those Church Fires

We had this a few days ago, but it bears repeating:

A fire that destroyed a Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal church in Greeleyville, South Carolina, on Tuesday was from natural causes and not linked to a spate of fires at similar churches across the South, state police said.

The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating the fires and has so far determined that one was an electrical fire and two others were from natural causes. The fires were being investigated against the backdrop of the June 17 shooting of nine black churchgoers at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina.

“Based upon the scene examination, the fire debris analysis, witness statements and a lightning strike report, the cause of the fire was best classified as natural,” the statement said.

I don’t know how man fires make “a spate”, but this makes the fourth (unless it’s the third) fire not to be included.

All church fires are bad, arsons worse than accidents, but have the facts before you go “spating” or “waving”:

Federal law-enforcement agencies have concluded that recent fires in black churches in the southeastern U.S. are unrelated.

“To date the investigations have not revealed any potential links between the fires,” Justice Department spokeswoman Melanie Newman told Reuters.

The wave of fires began on June 21 with a fire at College Hill Seventh Day Adventist in Knoxville, Tenn., and continued across at least four states in the southeastern and central U.S. Three fires have been officially declared arson and at least two were deemed to have been the result of natural causes.

Three fires is three too many, but it’s not seven. I question whether three unrelated arsons even make a “wave”.



How many characters do I get? 140?


The names of every black employee at Twitter could fit into a few tweets.

The tech company has only 49 black employees in an American workforce of 2,910, according to the company’s latest Equal Employment Opportunity report.

Across the board, its employment of most minorities deserves a “#dismal” hashtag — whites and Asians comprise 93.8% of Twitter’s workforce, with all other ethnicities represented by only a few dozen employees, if that.

This comes afer the company’s vice president of diversity and inclusion declared in a blog post last summer Twitter is “making diversity an important business issue for ourselves.”

Ironically, black users dominate the medium itself — 27% of black adults use Twitter, compared to 21% of white adults, according to the Pew Research Center. In 2015 especially, Twitter has proven an essential tool for the “Black Lives Matter” movement and the promotion of causes and demonstrations tied to it.

The company’s whitewashed employment stats have already drawn outrage from one black leader.

“I am very disappointed,” the Rev. Jesse Jackson told the Guardian Wednesday.

“Black people are greater users of the product and capable of doing the jobs, but there has not been an adequate commitment to hire, train and maintain (them).”

He added: “They hire people they know, they trust and like. We’re not in that the circle.”

OMG!!! Are you saying, Jesse, that Twitter folk don’t “trust” or even “like” black people?


Anyway, you’re not alone in being alone:

Twitter’s stats also shows a striking gender imbalance, with men making up 70% of its workforce.

There is a higher percentage of black Republican candidates for president than black employees at Twitter. And a higher percentage of women at


PS: Alas, Aggie and I are as white as Rachel Dolezal, lol, but we do have self-identified blacks and Native Americans among our readers.


Michigan Wolverine

Snarling, nasty, vicious—yup, Juan Cole lives up to type:

Juan Cole, a professor of history at the University of Michigan, claims right-wing Jews and an “Islampohobic network” were “a key influence” to Dylann Roof’s rampage that killed nine people at a black church in Charleston, S.C.

“The Muslim-hatred of the Geert Wilders and Marine LePens in Europe, for which Daniel Pipes, and Pamela Geller, and the whole Islamophobic network are cheerleaders and enablers, was a key influence on Dylann Roof, according to his manifesto,” Cole writes on his popular blog, Informed Comment.

I suspected that a Aryan Nation-inspired mass-murder was influenced by Jews, but there was only one problem:

[A]s The College Fix points out, and one commenter noted, Roof’s manifesto makes no mention of Pipes, Geller, Wilders, Muslims, or Islam.

But Jews, yes:

“In my opinion the issues with jews is not their blood, but their identity. I think that if we could somehow destroy the jewish identity, then they wouldnt cause much of a problem. The problem is that Jews look White, and in many cases are White, yet they see themselves as minorities. Just like [the N word], most jews are always thinking about the fact that they are jewish,” Roof wrote.

He added: “The other issue is that they network. If we could somehow turn every jew blue for 24 hours, I think there would be a mass awakening, because people would be able to see plainly what is going on.”

But who wants to hear from a crazy, hate-filled kook?

I do!

Previously, Cole has written on his blog arguing that recognizing Israel as a Jewish State is racist.

Is there something in the water in Ann Arbor?

Susan J. Douglas hates Republicans and wants you to know about it.

When Douglas is not busy working as a professor and chair of Communications Studies at the University of Michigan, she writes a column for In These Times, a progressive news magazine which receives financial backing from labor unions.

It was there on Monday that Douglas dropped a hate-bomb aimed squarely at the modern-day GOP.

“I hate Republicans,” Douglas writes in an article entitled “It’s Okay to Hate Republicans.”

Just kidding, Michiganders. You can and do find this hate speech on any American campus.


Unite the United States of America?

Ask me how!

CHARLES OGLETREE, HARVARD PROFESSOR: I’m glad that Mitt Romney has spoken out on it already. He was our governor here in Massachusetts, very forward-looking governor. I think when you realize what it’s doing to the people here, it has to be brought down. And we see that movement across not only in the state where it’s now prominent but when I see the governor, the mayor, when I see prominent folks in that state saying, bring the flag down, it means things to me. I’m a member of the AME church, too. I put my sympathies out to the families who lost people in that destructive explosion in the church of all places.

And I think that those of us in AME church understand that we’ve suffered a long time. But you know what? We’re going the fight back through prayer and through public ways to make sure that things happen. I think as soon as that flag is taken down all of us will breathe a sigh of relief and say, my God, this nation is one. All of us are together. We all support the right of freedom and opportunity for everybody and no room for bigotry, racism, sexism, anything that might in a way interfere with our rights to be citizens of the United States of America.

I agree with Abraham Lincoln (safe course): he was hard on the Confederacy, soft on Confederates. Rebellion against the Union could not be tolerated, but once they surrendered, the rebels were literally and figuratively Americans again.

So, I don’t hate the South or Southerners. But I can summon no sympathy for the Stars and Bars. It stood for insurrection—and unavoidably it stood for the crime of slavery. To the extent it stood for the crimes of Reconstruction and Jim Crow, it is even more despicable. You can own one privately, you can paper your walls with it—but fly it over the seats of state government? Not anymore, and probably shouldn’t have for the past 50 years.

But Ogletree takes things too far. Just ask Cornel West:

CORNEL WEST: You can’t talk about wealth and inequality, you can’t talk about education, you can’t talk about massive unemployment and under employment and you can’t talk about drones being dropped on people in other parts of the world without talking about white supremacy and its ways in which it operates. It doesn’t have to be overt. The president is right about that.

But too many black people are niggerized. I would say the first black president has become the first niggerized black president.

CNN ANCHOR: What do you mean by that?

WEST: A niggerized black person is a black person who is afraid and scared and intimidated when it comes to putting a spotlight on white supremacy and fighting against white supremacy. So when many of us said we have to fight against racism, what were we told? ‘No, he can’t deal with racism because he has other issues, political calculations. He’s the president of all America, not just black America.’ We know he’s president of all America but white supremacy is American as cherry pie.



Obama Says “Nigger”

Not me. I never would. N-word, maybe. Ni**er, when feeling edgy.

But I quote the President of the United States, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, the chief executive of the Executive Branch: “nigger”.

President Obama appeared comfortable dropping the controversial n-word during a “WTF” Podcast with Marc Maron.

Obama used the word during a conversation about racism in America, in which he challenged the notion that just because it wasn’t polite to use the word in public, the nation no longer had to struggle with it.

“The legacy of slavery, Jim Crow, discrimination in almost every institution of our lives, you know, that casts a long shadow, and that’s still part of our DNA that’s passed on,” he said.

“We’re not cured of it … it’s not just a matter of it not being polite to say ‘n****r’ in public. That’s not the measure of whether racism still exists or not. It’s not just a matter of overt discrimination.”

Oh, come on! He said it! Quote him!

“Racism, we are not cured of it. And it’s not just a matter of it not being polite to say nigger in public,” Obama said. “That’s not the measure of whether racism still exists or not. It’s not just a matter of overt discrimination. Societies don’t, overnight, completely erase everything that happened 200 to 300 years prior.”

Thank you, CNN (words I never thought I’d type). If it’s good enough for Democrats like Robert Byrd and George Wallace—and Barack Obama—it’s good enough for me.

Well, actually, it’s not; I’ll stick with n-word and ni**er when compelled to use the word.

But Obama has a penchant for it. Along with “motherfu**er”, “sh*t”, “bullsh*t”, “b*tch”, and “big butt”. You can hear for yourself.

On the matter of racism, I agree with him. We are not “cured” of it. I didn’t know anybody thought that was a realistic goal. It’s wrong—always—but enough a part of human nature to come out one way in Dylann Roof (a “sorry-a** motherfu**er” as Obama would call him) and quite another way in most of the rest of the three hundred-plus million of us. We can and have legislated and adjudicated against racism; we can and have taught our children how wrong it is. And yet there is Dylann Roof. Maybe it’s insensitive to mention so close to his atrocity, but there is only one Dylann Roof; while there is everyone else—black and white—devastated and sickened by his actions (“terrorism”, if you like).

Where I can and will continue to disagree with the president (and anyone else who suggests it) is whether America is worse than any other country. I see overwhelming evidence to the contrary.

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Blue People

Not that we need any more evidence that Dylann Roof was a sick, sick, sick young man—but we’ve got it:

In my opinion the issues with Jews is not their blood, but their identity. I think that if we could somehow destroy the Jewish identity, then they wouldnt [sic] cause much of a problem.

The problem is that Jews look White, and in many cases are White, yet they see themselves as minorities.

Just like ni[**]ers, most Jews are always thinking about the fact that they are Jewish. The other issue is that they network. If we could somehow turn every Jew blue for 24 hours, I think there would be a mass awakening, because people would be able to see plainly what is going on.

Blue skin, yellow star—same idea.

Moving on…

Hispanics are obviously a huge problem for Americans. But there are good Hispanics and bad Hispanics…..They have respect for White beauty, and a good portion of Hispanics are White…..

There is good White blood worht [sic] saving in Uruguay, Argentina, Chile and even Brasil [sic].

But they are still our enemies.

He also stated that East Asians are racists.

But in an image that will endear him to liberals across the fruited plain:

If any liberal is offended by our likening of this mad man to their political philosophy, now you know how it feels.

PS: Gold’s Gym must be throwing up in its mouth.


Par for the Course

Another horrific killing; savagery beyond imagining.

Must be time for a round of golf:

In one sense, it’s just another Coachella Valley visit — the fifth since 2013 — for President Barack Obama when Air Force One lands in Palm Springs on Saturday, June 20.

But this excursion comes just three days after a gunman with reportedly racist motives killed nine people at a prominent African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina.

And while the White House hasn’t announced whether the president will play golf this weekend, his spokesman already is fielding questions about the appropriateness of hitting the links given California’s drought and mandatory water cutbacks.

Obama is scheduled to arrive at Palm Springs International Airport around 11 a.m. Saturday, according to the White House press office. He is expected to depart for Washington, D.C., at 1:20 p.m. Sunday.

Even though it’s Father’s Day weekend, he will be without first lady Michelle Obama and their daughters; the three are traveling in Europe.

Yeah? So? Are you implying that a black man can’t play golf on the water-hogging courses of drought-plagued southern California—while the rest of his family slums through London, Milan, and Venice? Because that’s what it sounds like.

It is true, however, that any holiday—or any atrocity—is an excuse to hit the links:

Obama last visited the Coachella Valley on Valentine’s Day weekend to golf with friends at Sunnylands Golf Course and a course at billionaire Larry Ellison’s ranch. In prior visits, he has used the Sunnylands estate in Rancho Mirage to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Jordan’s King Abdullah II.

If Obama plays golf, critics could accuse him of vacationing as the nation mourns Charleston.

“President Obama could argue that a chief executive needs to relax. But by playing golf during times of crisis or mourning, a president risks looking insensitive,” said Jack Pitney, a professor of politics at Claremont McKenna College. “In Fahrenheit 911, (director) Michael Moore flayed George W. Bush for doing just that.”

What makes the criticism “particularly biting” are remarks Obama made in 2006 suggesting he would not take any vacations as president, Pitney said.

“(Obama) hit the links minutes after a somber address about American journalist James Foley’s beheading by ISIS; and went fundraising after giving a brief statement about the Fort Hood mass shooting. We could go on and on and on,” read a commentary on the website [Town Hall].

“Optics matter, and Obama still hasn’t learned that, or just doesn’t care.”

Obama later admitted on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that he “should have anticipated the optics” of golfing after making a statement on Foley’s death.

To say nothing of his bizarre shout-out to “Dr. Joe, the medicine Crow”, or whomever, before actually mentioning the 13 deaths at Fort Hood. Or that the Commander-in-Chief was AWOL as the Benghazi attacks were happening, too busy preparing for a Las Vegas fundraiser the next day.

Is it too pessimistic of me to worry that if (when) the Obamas hit Martha’s Vineyard this summer, we should all be looking over our shoulders? Maybe it’s just coincidence that every time the president indulges his 1% tastes, innocent people die. Or maybe it’s not, as both the indulgences and the deaths are so frequent.

PS: To be fair to the First Lady, she is traveling, in part, to promote her Let’s Move and Let Girls Learn initiatives. Please pay no attention to my cynicism if I wonder why she isn’t promoting Let’s Move in, say, Perth Amboy, NJ, or Let Girls Learn in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

PPS: It’s true Obama swore off vacations as president.

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Donald Trump Shot Nine Black People???

Pretty neat of Hillary Clinton to link some crazy mofo’s slaughter of nine black people to Donald Trump’s entrance into the race for president. I don’t see the connection, but…

“[A] recent entry into the Republican presidential campaign said some very inflammatory things about Mexicans. Everybody should stand up and say that’s not acceptable. You know you don’t talk like that on talk radio. You don’t talk like that on the kind of political campaigns. I think he is emblematic. So I want people to understand, it’s not just him, it’s about everybody. The second thing is guns. Let’s just cut to the chase – it’s guns.”

“It’s about everybody.” No, it’s about one crazy mofo.

“It’s guns.” No, one gun. That belonged to a crazy mofo.

I just can’t understand how banning guns from licensed, law-abiding, sane people who want to protect their families can protect us from crazy mofos who want to slaughter black people. But there’s so much about Hillary I don’t get, so I have to ask: can “you…talk like [this] on the kind of political campaigns”(whatever that means)?

I bet there were shootings of black people after each of these intemperate outbursts (albeit almost certainly by other black people). Why wasn’t “it” about her and her big mouth?



And yet:

A white gunman killed nine people during a prayer meeting at one of Charleston’s oldest and best-known black churches Wednesday night in one of the worst mass shootings in South Carolina history.

Heavily armed law enforcement officers scoured the area into the morning for the man responsible for the carnage inside Emanuel AME Church at 110 Calhoun St. At least one person was said to have survived the rampage.

Police revealed no motive for the 9 p.m. attack, which was reportedly carried out by a young white man. Charleston Police Chief Greg Mullen said, “I do believe this was a hate crime.”

State Sen. Clementa Pinckney is the church’s pastor and was believed to be inside during the shooting. Authorities would not confirm that he was wounded, but church members, friends and political colleagues said he was among the dead.

Riley said city police were being assisted by sheriff’s deputies, the State Law Enforcement Division and the FBI.

Mullen pledged to put all efforts, resources and energy into finding the gunman.

“This is a tragedy that no community should have to experience,” he said. “It is unfathomable that somebody in today’s society would walk into a church when people are having a prayer meeting and take their lives, and I can assure you that we’re going to do everything in our power to find this individual, to lock him up and to make sure he doesn’t hurt anyone else.”

Church members at Emanuel AME were gathered for a prayer meeting when gunfire erupted in the 19th century building. A female survivor told family members that the gunman initially sat down in the church for a bit before standing up and opening fire, according to Dot Scott, president of the Charleston NAACP.

The gunman reportedly told the woman he was letting her live so she could tell everyone else what happened, Scott said.

Police spokesman Charles Francis described the suspect as a 21-year-old white man in a gray sweatshirt/hoodie and jeans with Timberland boots. He has a slender build.

He will be caught, and then God have mercy on his soul. Maybe.


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Speaking Of Racism, Speaking Of Obama…

Obama misses “white” Israel

Before we start, a few facts. Somewhere between 5-10% of the Israeli population are Jews who fled persecution in Ethiopia. They are what we in America would call “black”. (I reject this; they are simply Jewish, but let that go.) Something like 45% of the Israeli population is comprised of Jews who fled persecution and/or were forced to flee by government policy from places like Libya, Egypt, Iraq, Morocco, etc. They are either “brown” or “black”. Again, that is an American hang-up; they are simply Jewish. So Israel is more than half “people of color”. It is also true that the “people of color” married “people of pallor” so that most Israelis are a blend of the imaginary color spectrum.

Barack Obama, race obsessed as always, wishes we had the old socialist/communist group in power, the “white guys” who somehow survived the Holocaust. And, of all people, the Washington Post is calling him out for this.

Oh, the irony. Here’s an excerpt from the president’s interview with Jeffrey Goldberg:

Obama: And I care deeply about preserving that Jewish democracy, because when I think about how I came to know Israel, it was based on images of, you know—

Goldberg: We talked about this once. Kibbutzim, and—

Obama: Kibbutzim, and Moshe Dayan, and Golda Meir, and the sense that not only are we creating a safe Jewish homeland, but also we are remaking the world. We’re repairing it. We are going to do it the right way. We are going to make sure that the lessons we’ve learned from our hardships and our persecutions are applied to how we govern and how we treat others.

To understand how this sounds to someone sensitive to the history of various historically disfavored groups in Israel, imagine a foreign leader had said “I came to know America based on images of Dwight Eisenhower, Harry Truman, the American Federation of Labor, the Daughters of the American Revolution…” Each of these individuals and groups had their virtues, but lots of us would think, “Geez, you’re nostalgic for an America dominated by White Protestants, and you aren’t even sensitive enough about the course of American history to recognize it, or assumedly you wouldn’t say it.”

The Israel of kibbutzim (kudos to Obama for using the proper Hebrew plural), Dayan, and Meir, was perhaps a more idealistic, and certainly more socialistic Israel. But it was also an Israel dominated by a secularized, Ashkenazic elite.

Mizrahim (Jews from Arab countries), though more than half the population, were marginalized at every level of society. Discrimination was to a large extent institutionalized; the governing Labor Party was run by socialistic Ashkenazim, and given that state capitalism dominated the Israeli economy one’s political and social connections (protectsia in Hebrew) went a long way toward determining one’s economic prospects.

Most Americans don’t understand this, but the duo that Obama supported in the Israeli election last March, Herzog and Livni, are the children of powerful Ashkenazi politicians. They are the Hilary Clinton types of Israeli. Jews who either directly fled the slaughter of Muslim countries, whether in Africa or the Middle East, are a whole lot less naive about the tactics and intentions of Israel’s enemies. They understand them, having lived among them for generations. Obama wants the old socialist, kibbutznik leadership because he believes he can manipulate them. I don’t think they are that stupid, but that is what he is saying in this section of the interview.

And there’s more at the link. We are a dumb country being led by a real dolt.

– Aggie

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