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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Video: Tenured Black professor Derrick Bell says Tenure only given to "White Boys"

In 1993, Derrick Bell, the man whose words Barack Obama wanted everyone to open their hearts and minds to in 1991, complained that only "white boys" can get tenure. Small problem. Bell was tenured (and black) at the time he said it. At what point can racists be called "racist" regardless of their skin color?

Via Weasel Zippers:

Another Eye-Popping video from radical Derrick Bell

As you watch this interview with Prof. Derrick Bell in 1992, keep in mind that just one year earlier, Obama told a Harvard audience to "open your hearts and open your minds to Prof. Derrick Bell." The two men then embraced in a very close hug. Now, the interview Bell gave to the University of Washington TV (UWTV) in 1992. In it, he explains that white racism is institutionalized and intended to help the middle white class feel superior whenever they feel inferior compared to the upper white class.

When Critical Race Theory (CRT), a practice Bell championed, is applied, blacks sought to reverse this phenomenon completely by doing it in reverse. It is this kind of thinking that leads Attorney General Eric Holder to drop charges against the New Black Panther Party (NBPP) when they intimidated voters with uniforms and a billy club outside a polling station.

The relationship Barack Obama had with Derrick Bell is shaping up to be a very big puzzle piece to the true agenda of this administration.

Via Verum Serum:

'Critical Race Theory' may force Romney to say 'Outrageous things about the President'

Earlier this week, during an interview with Larry Kudlow, Mitt Romney promised that he would "not say outrageous things about the president" but that was before the first in what promises to be a long line of bombshells about Obama come out that will serve to do what Romney has said he will not do - identify the president for who  he is.

First up, the video with Kudlow via RCP:

Last December, while appearing on the O'Reilly Factor, Romney refused to call Obama a "socialist" when given the chance:

Now, with the release of the first Breitbart video, we have the strongest evidence yet that Obama was an advocate of Critical Race Theory. According to former Justice Department Attorney, J. Christian Adams, CRT seems to explain a lot about the racially biased nature of the Obama administration in general and the Justice Department in particular.
Critical Race Theory does not view the law as applying equally to all Americans, but advocates for racially unfair implementation of the law to right past injustice.

Most of the crackpot racial grievance you hear today has a philosophical foundation in Critical Race Theory.  It is a counter-American, collectivist idea. Reparations, race-based hiring and excusing New Black Panther voter intimidation are some of the evil fruits of Critical Race Theory.

Bell’s history might be insignificant if he kept it to himself.  But he didn’t. He used his professorship to export this worldview to students--students like Obama, who later used their teaching posts to bring Bell's views to the next generation.

In the Obama tapes (that have been revealed so far), we find the future President calling on Harvard students to “open up your hearts, and your minds to the words of Professor Derrick Bell.”  Race relations in our country are worse off because too many people followed Obama’s advice.
Romney is obviously planning to move to the center and use the same hands-off approach to Obama that John McCain used relative to Obama's ties to Jeremiah Wright. In light of what's coming out about CRT and Obama's ties to radical professor Derrick Bell, Romney may be forced to abandon that lame strategy.

More here.

CNN Anchorette Soledad O'Brien loses it over Breitbart Video #1 of Many

It's always refreshing to see liberal propagandists masquerading as objective reporters rip their masks off on live television. The latest example comes courtesy of CNN host Soledad O'Brien during her interview with Breitbart's Joel Pollack over the first of many videos expected to come out of Barack Obama in his college days.

This interview starts out with CNN playing the short excerpt of Obama introducing radical Harvard professor Derrick Bell in 1991. Once it's finished, O'Brien's gradually grows increasingly defensive in her exchange with Pollack.

Great stuff because the left wing media has no clue what's still left to come out.

I'll bet "snarky" Soledad needed a nap after this.

Via Breitbart:

What's up with that Kony 2012 Video?

Back in October of 2011, the Obama administration made news by announcing that it would be sending one hundred military advisors to Uganda to deal with one of the most evil men in the world - Joseph Kony.  It was a puzzling decision when we were already engaged in military actions in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Libya at the time.

Here is an excerpt from the White House letter on the subject, written to Speaker John Boehner:
In furtherance of the Congress's stated policy, I have authorized a small number of combat equipped U.S. forces to deploy to central Africa to provide assistance to regional forces that are working toward the removal of Joseph Kony from the battlefield. I believe that deploying these U.S. Armed Forces furthers U.S. national security interests and foreign policy and will be a significant contribution toward counter LRA efforts in central Africa.
More than anything else, the move and subsequent announcement seemed bizarre.

Less than six months later, a YouTube video pops up called Kony 2012 by a charity that goes by the moniker, "Invisible Children." After just two days, the video garnered more than 25 million views. Some sources are asking questions about the group's funding.

At first blush, the video comes off as extremely noble and calls for a mass, international movement to remove Kony by December of 2012 while leveraging the new social media in order to do it. As you watch though, other questions arise. Who or what is really behind the success of this video? What made this one take off so quickly? Who are the producers of the video? Is it wise for them to be touting the International Criminal Court as the final authority? Is there a political agenda that involves arresting Kony at around the same time as the elections? Is there any connection between the Obama administration's sending troops there and the timing of this video's release? Was there any communication or coordination between those troops and the producers of this film? Part of the video features what appears to be members of "Invisible Children" in the Uganda war zone. Were U.S. troops nearby?

This is clearly a concerted effort to use social media in much the same way as it was used in the Arab Spring uprisings and the OWS protests. In this particular case, it's being used against a very evil man but what if it works? Is it a model that could be used against political enemies instead of just evil men? Also, what's up with the circular peace sign used by these protesters? It's a left wing symbol, which indicates a left wing movement, potentially. Video of young people raising clenched fists can be seen as well. Again, that too is a symbol of left wing unity and solidarity.

Another interesting aspect to Kony is that he is not a Muslim. With the increase in persecution of Christians all over the Middle East taking place at the hands of the Muslim Brotherhood, why this monumental effort to focus on Joseph Kony? Again, I cannot stress enough that this guy is one evil dude but what is going on here? Is this international community organizing? Is this a civilian international security force?

If this movement is an attempt solely to remove Kony, it'd be a very good thing. If it's an attempt to use his arrest as a political springboard, it quickly becomes something else entirely. If mobilizing millions of people all over the world results in granting the ICC more power, the long-term consequences could be quite dangerous.

Is this an attempt to open Pandora's box by doing so in the name of a good cause?

Coincidentally, at about the same time the Obama administration's letter to Boehner was issued, a film about the heroic story of Sam Childers - starring Gerard Butler - was released. Childers, a man with an ugly past, made saving the children of Sudan and Uganda his life's work. The courage of Childers is beyond immeasurable. Known as the Machine Gun Preacher, he converted to Christianity and built orphanages for Kony's victims. The work he's done in the region is the stuff of legend. I wrote about it at the time here and here.

Video: Obama's hero, Derrick Bell portrayed Reagan as Alien Slave Trader

Uh, where does one go with this? Professor Derrick Bell - the man Barack Obama embraced after exhorting the crowd to "open their hearts and open their minds" to his words - wrote a short story entitled "Space Traders." HBO once aired an adaptation of that short story. In it, Ronald Reagan was portrayed as a space alien who wanted to give America gold and other forms of wealth in return for all of its black people.

Ladies and gentlemen, open your hearts and open your minds to the insane beliefs of Derrick Bell.

Via Breitbart:

"I spent a lifetime fighting against Ronald Reagan's policies." - Barack Obama

Video: Obama in 1991 embracing Radical professor

Here is one of the opening salvos in Breitbart's campaign to vet Barack Obama between now and the election. As he promised before his death, Andrew Breitbart was indeed in possession of videos that provide a look into Obama's radical past. This short video is of Obama in 1991, introducing - and embracing - a very radical professor named Derrick Bell after telling that audience to "open your hearts and open your minds to the words of Prof. Derrick Bell."

Beyond that, once that video stops, the camera zooms out to reveal the man who was showing it to an audience in 2011. That man is Barack Obama mentor Charles Ogletree. Take note of what he says. He tells the audience that the video was kept hidden before the 2008 election.

Via Breitbart:

Ok, so why would Ogletree want to hide this video before the election? Apparently, the relationship between Bell and Jeremiah Wright was quite close as well.

Again, via Breitbart:
This is a close associate of Jeremiah Wright, a man who was quoted by Jeremiah Wright regularly. This is a man who posited that the civil rights movement was too moderate because it accepted the status quo, and believed that the entire legal and constitutional system had to be transformed in radical fashion. This is a man so extreme that, as we’ve reported, he wrote a story in 1993 in which he posited that white Americans would sell black Americans into slavery to aliens to relieve the national debt, and that Jews would go along with it.
About one year prior to Obama's introduction of Bell in the above video, Thomas Sowell appeared on Book TV with Brian Lamb. Here is more evidence that ideology trumps race. Check out what Sowell had to say about the radical professor; he compared Bell to Hitler:

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