Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Reverse Racism- "do as we say, not as we do"

So how much of a chance would a non-Black American have, of joining the NAACP?
I suppose that would depend upon whether the applicant had any African blood running in their veins.

Barry Obama would qualify, since his dad was Kenyan. Likewise, Yankees' shortstop Derek Jeter and top golfer, Tiger Woods. Both of these men are bi-racial, including African.

Recently, the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) rejected the application for inclusion within their club, of Congressman Steve Cohen, lilyWhite Dem., TN., saying, "Mr. Cohen asked for admission, and he got his answer. He's white and the Caucus is black. It's time to move on. We have racial policies to pursue and we are pursuing them, as Mr. Cohen has learned. It's an unwritten rule. It's understood."

That's pure Racism: Rejection based solely upon skin color.

Yet, five members of the CBC, plus Bawney Fwank, Q-MA., have just written a letter to Atty. General Eric Holder demanding a Civil Rights investigation of Oklahoma's Five Civilized Tribes' rejection of application for tribal membership of black descendants of Freedmen.
"Descendants" being the operative word here; regardless of any intermarriage with Indian tribal members.

Lovingly lifted from the Cherokee Phoenix (Talequah):
Rep. Dan Boren, D-Muskogee, called the request "an affront to tribal sovereignty." Rep. Tom Cole, R-Moore, said it was "abhorrent and unfair." Tribal representatives also took issue with the request that U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder investigate whether the tribes are illegally barring descendants of former slaves from full citizenship.

The Five Tribes, once known as the Five Civilized Tribes, are all based in Oklahoma. They are: the Cherokees, Choctaws, Chickasaws, Seminoles and Muscogee (Creeks).The controversy centers on the descendants of slaves once owned by tribal members. Some contend that an 1866 treaty compels the tribes to allow the freedmen to be full tribal members.

More information is Here, on the CBC Democrats' efforts to overrule and dominate Indian Tribes.

The treaty in question, to which my great-great grandfather, John Malcontent* was both a Choctaw and Chickasaw representative and signatory, included only the Freedmen, slaves previously owned by Indians.

Nowhere in the document does it spell out Tribal membership of Freedmens' descendants!

Members of the Cherokee Nation (similarly, to the CBC) voted in 2006 to limit tribal rolls to those with Cherokee blood. The move is the subject of two federal lawsuits and spawned Capitol Hill interest in the freedmen.

There are no more Freedmen!!
They are all dead now, you bloodsuckers.
This is the first volley, the first shot to be fired, in the long-expected 'Black reparations' legislation, friends. And therefore, everyone should be concerned.
I'm pretty angry right now, so I should shut up.

3 comments:

Jungle Mom said...

Your great grand father was signatory? How cool is that!

Most Rev. Gregori said...

What the Democrats are trying to do does not surprise me because if they have a desire to control everything and everyone in the United States, why should it be a surprise that they want to control the Native Americans as well?

All of the kissing up that Obama did, during the campaign, to the native Americans, was nothing more then a Judas kiss. There isn't a single Democrat that I would trust as far as I could throw them.

I loved that information on your great grandfather.

Mike said...

It's the old "40 acres and a mule" deal.

The issue of reparations was the very first online argument I ever participated in. I had become "friends" with a lady in a TalkCity chatroom and she was the author of several articles proposing some sort of settlement.

I never could understand why she'd do that, esp. as she was a Canadian citizen of Asian heritage.

If black folks want reparations, I suggest they go all the way back to the ones who sold them into slavery, namely their fellow blacks and Arab slave traders.

There was but one generation, barely two, of slaves in the U.S. Anyone a slave prior to the United States being a country was a slave of British, French, Spanish, etc. citizens. Slavery only existed in the US from 1776 to 1865.

As a conservative, I'd like to sue "somebody" for a century of having my rights infringed upon.