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    Well Sandy Banks, Blacks are Irresponsible and Dysfunctional for Making Heroes Out of Misfits like Barack Obama, Maxine Waters, Herb Wesson, Mervyn Dymally, Mark Ridley Thomas, Yvonne B. Burke, Kwame Kilpatrick, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Jr., etc.



    Well Sandy Banks……

    ……… It  is not racist to say that Black voters are irresponsible and dysfunctional for continuously voting for elected officials who have contempt for the Constitution and U.S. citizens or legal immigrants, and/or for making heroes or naming parks, streets, or schools after past or present disgraceful and treasonous individuals such as:



    President Barack “the Magic Negro/Illegal Alien Bootlicking/Food  Stamp President/Lying/Talking Down to Black men while doing nothing to serve law abiding U.S. born blacks” Obama




    Deceitful and Corrupt Congresswoman Maxine “Kerosene” Waters


    No good deceitful Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr

    Marion Barry


    No good Los Angeles City Councilman Herb “Sleazy Wesson Oil” Wesson





    "Charter School for Scandal (page 1)How a controversial academy scored millions in state education funds" By Howard Blume and Kevin Uhrich Wednesday, Aug 12 1998



    “Dymally was an "old friend" of Peoples Temple founder Jim Jones.   When Jones decided to move his congregation to Jonestown, Guyana, Dymally "wrote the Guyanese prime minister to reassure him that Jones was an upstanding citizen." The Jonestown compound would be the site of the mass suicide of over 900 people on November 18, 1978”


    YouTube: "The Truth about JIM JONES and Jonestown"by Uploaded by tlthe5th on Mar 18, 2008

    Selected excerpt from the LA Times Article:  "At what is now Cal State L.A. he (Mervyn Dymally) earned the first of several degrees and he (Mervyn Dymally) became a naturalized American citizen in 1957."

    Good friend of Reverend Jim Jones fraudulent Merv “Deceitful Illegal Immigrant” Dymally (I’ve been a registered voter for almost 40 years, and the article entitled “Mervyn Dymally dies at 86; former lieutenant governor, congressman and legislatoris the first time, meaning after the death of Merv Dymally, that it has ever been published that Mervyn Dymally is a U.S. citizen.

    Prior to this article the Los Angeles Times, the Los Angeles Sentinel, and other newspapers or reputable sources only published that Merv Dymally is a native of Trinidad……native of Trinidad and U.S. citizen or legal immigrant not being synonymous terms…..meeting U.S. citizenship status and residency requirements being very important issues for any responsible voter in deciding the fate of any candidate who runs for political office.



    Former Congresswoman Diane Watson


    Why The Black Caucus Looks The Other Way On Immigration-


    YouTube: Yvonne Burke Lives in Brentwood Uploaded by Gregory Flap Cole on Jul 27, 2007

    Past and present members of the Congressional Black Clueless….AKA….the Congressional Black Caucus.


    Etc., etc., etc.



    ““First AME's new pastor preaches forgivenessThe Rev. J. Edgar Boyd replaces John J. Hunter, who was reassigned to San Francisco after a controversial tenure that included a sexual harassment lawsuit and federal tax investigation.” by Angel Jennings, Los Angeles Times, November 5, 2012

    Comments Section:

    “this church holds regular giveaways during the holidays and summer events food etc.   beginning to see more Latinos there than blacks,   then right after the backpack and food giveways...you see the Latinos holding yard sells of the same items.     Another issue I see here is the money blacks putting into the basket  is the money use to support the others in the community and the blacks stay on the bottom after getting visit from democratic leaders.” by Darrell Nelson

    Indeed, Darrell Nelson, the hypocrisy of FAME and our own no good black elected leaders, kicking U.S. born blacks to the curb and beyond, while the sheer ignorance of a primarily black congregation serves and feeds Hispanic illegal aliens, etc., etc., who take full advantage of every opportunity, including the ignorance of FAME…..which explains why U.S. born blacks remain and stay at the bottom, socially, politically and/or economically.



    ………it is not racist to say that Blacks are irresponsible and dysfunctional for continuously making heroes out of misfits such as well-known poverty pimps and jackleg preachers or hypocrites such as:

    Reverend Al Sharpton


    YouTube:  "My Problem with the Black Church"Uploaded by SpadeProject on Mar 23, 2008


    Reverend Cleflo Dollar

    Reverend John Hunter

    Danny Bakewell, Sr.


    “Conviction for assault

    In 1971, Karenga "was sentenced to one to ten years in prison on counts of felonious assault and false imprisonment". One of the victims gave testimony of how Karenga and other men tortured her and another woman. The woman claimed to have been stripped and beaten with an electrical cord. Karenga's former wife, Brenda Lorraine Karenga, testified that he sat on the other woman’s stomach while another man forced water into her mouth through a hose.

    A May 14, 1971, article in the Los Angeles Times described the testimony of one of the women:

    "Deborah Jones, who once was given the Swahili title of an African queen, said she and Gail Davis were whipped with an electrical cord and beaten with a karate baton after being ordered to remove their clothes. She testified that a hot soldering iron was placed in Miss Davis' mouth and placed against Miss Davis' face and that one of her own big toes was tightened in a vise. Karenga, head of US, also put detergent and running hoses in their mouths, she said. They also were hit on the heads with toasters."


    Ron Karenga and fake Kwanzaa, etc., etc.




    Lying under oath Julius Butler (Julius Butler is a member of First AME, where the black middle class congregate) which resulted in the wrongful imprisonment of Geronimo Pratt and other black men wrongfully convicted and incarcerated.

    Etc., etc.


    Kumbaya era unravels in campaign against Obama, Election of the first black president hasn't loosened nation's grip on prejudice, particularly with GOP's call for a return to American values.

    Sandy Banks, November 3, 2012

    Republican vice presidential candidate Rep. Paul Ryan ( R-Wis.), right, with Kid Rock, who sees President Obama's election as a failed experiment. (Paul Sancya / Associated Press)

    She seemed embarrassed to tell me that she's voting for Mitt Romney, as if the admission might suggest that she'd been hiding racist leanings during our long friendship.

    Four years ago, she voted for Barack Obama and made sure then that I knew it. She was proud to vote for the black man, to celebrate the history-making and imagine an America breaking free of racist roots.

    This time, she said, it's not about race: Been there, done that. Now we can all go back — with a feather in our cap — to politics as usual.

    That's the party line, anyway. And that's what we'd like to believe.

    But whether you do may depend on the color of your skin.

    Our reporters hear it often on the campaign trail, at Republican rallies that are blindingly white and steeped in patriotic calls to return the country to American values with a real American at the helm.

    When those flag-waving voters are asked what they mean, their take on the president makes it clear: He's Kenyan-born, he's a closet Muslim, he has European-socialist tendencies.

    No one is using the N-word these days. The "foreign" label is its proxy — a signal that Obama is the "other" in a nation trying to come to grips with seismic economic changes and unsettling demographic shifts.

    My friend, who's white, doesn't see it my way. A few nut jobs with "birther" banners don't tarnish the Republican Party, she says. People feel scared and dislocated. There's something comforting about businessman Mitt, with his five-point plan and promise to return us to simpler days.

    But I feel betrayed by the contempt displayed in this campaign; our kumbaya era has unraveled with stunning ferocity.

    It's not just the cutting "send Obama back to ... Kenya" comment by the campaigning son of Wisconsin's former governor. Or Sarah Palin's patronizing "shuck and jive" line about Obama's handling of the consulate attack in Benghazi. Or the guy in the "Put the White Back in the White House" shirt at a Romney-Ryan rally.

    One of my Facebook friends keeps a running tally of racially insensitive remarks; the watermelon jokes may have diminished, but the "you people" stuff is going strong.

    It descends to the absurd sometimes. Like the claim that Gen. Colin Powell, a Republican stalwart, endorsed Obama only because they share the same skin color.

    Obama's race does indeed mobilize black voters; his vision coincides with our interests. But black voters don't always lean black. Ask Clarence Thomas or Herman Cain about that.

    That's the sort of stereotyping that makes it so hard to talk openly about the impact of race on our actions and thoughts.

    Listen to Kid Rock stumping for Romney-Ryan at a Detroit-area college last month: "I also wanna be clear that I'm very proud to say that we had elected our first black president, all right. I'm sorry he didn't do a better job. I really wish that he would have."

    Nothing unfactual about that. Obama is black. He could have done a better job. Kid Rock and I apparently share, at least, a sense of pride that Obama was elected at all.

    But he sees the black president as a failed experiment. And I see a leader who was shackled from the start by the GOP's chest-thumping pledge to block him from success.

    It's hard to complain about racial slights without sounding thin-skinned. Just living life as a minority can breed a certain paranoia, a sensitivity to being dissed because of religion, nationality or skin color.

    Still, it's not my imagination that Obama's ascent did little to loosen our nation's grip on prejudice.

    Racial animosity has actually increased in the last four years. A recent poll on racial attitudesby the Associated Press found "anti-black sentiments" in 56% of voters, up from 49% in 2008.

    Republicans were more comfortable expressing overt disdain; 79%, compared to 32% of Democrats, agreed with statements like "I think blacks are irresponsible." But the poll found that 55% of Democrats and 64% of Republicans harbor hostile latent feelings about black people.

    If you've never been on the receiving end of those sentiments, you have the luxury of believing they don't exist. But I understand now what my mother meant when she used to say "I know it when I see it."

    It's hard to explain to my white friends why I get teary-eyed sometimes just watching Barack Obama stride — like he owns the place — across the lawn of the White House.

    My parents were raised in the segregated South. My father's family fled Georgia just ahead of a lynch mob. My mother came to Cleveland from Alabama, and used to marvel at the sight of "white and colored" socializing together.

    And I still remember childhood visits to my grandparents' farm — being told to drink only from "colored" fountains and warned not to try on clothing while shopping.

    I marvel at the road we've trod. How, in the space of just 50 years, has my country come so far?

    In 2008, I didn't think it had. I didn't trust the polls putting Obama ahead. I drove to Inglewood on election night, because I couldn't bear being disappointed in Northridge. And when the winner was declared, every person in that restaurant cheered and applauded.

    Some, stunned by the sight of a first family that looks like us, just grabbed the stranger next to them and bawled.

    Those moments of pride overcame a lifetime of doubt.

    Now four years later, my friend complains that hope has faded and not enough has changed to give Obama another chance.

    And in the midst of this deeply polarized election, bound to reflect a race-based tilt, we're being asked to believe that the ugly Republican campaign rhetoric has nothing racial to it.

    I don't. There's hope. But real progress will only come when we are willing to deal honestly with uncomfortable, homegrown truths.


    Copyright © 2012, Los Angeles Times



    "Dr. Boyce: Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and the Black Agenda – It’s Time for a Unified Front" bowatkin.

    One particular comment:

    "I have to agree with you here. You have not mentioned what Obama has done for the black community- which is considerable. I am sure that you speak for us as well, but please acknowledge some of the good things that Obama and any other candidate has done for AA’s, too." by Deborah.

    "You have not mentioned what Obama has done for the black community- which is considerable".

    And flocks of birds fly backwards against a strong tail wind too!


    "Some of you blacks are straight idiots. You vote for a man, don’t state your demands but expect change! Numbers don’t lie, 1 in 4 black babies are aborted=genocide, 46% of black folk drop out of high school, the unemployment rate is 14% for blacks vs 7% for whites and blacks males make up 35% of the prison population. Keep in mind we’re only 13% of the U.S population. You d**n right I expect Obama to address those issues, especially being a black male. Black folk need to hold this negro feet to fire and demand change by any means necessary!" by Enlightened Blackman.

    Indeed, Enlightened Blackman.



    U.S. born blacks must have more than a few screws loose in the "old noggin" for voting for Barack Obama and continuously aligning with the Democratic Party, when both Barack Obama, the Obama Administration, and the Democratic Party have contempt for U.S. born blacks.


    Why The Black Caucus Looks The Other Way On Immigration-By Joe Guzzardi on May 9, 2003.


    Illegal Aliens, Homosexuals, and misfits have "Buck Dancing Al Green Singing Talking Down to U.S. born black men" Barack “the Magic Negro” Obama, the Obama Administration, and the Democratic party serving them.....while U.S. born blacks receive nothing but empty promises and further oppression.




    “Dr. Boyce: Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and the Black Agenda – It’s Time for a Unified Front”

    "These men have been doing a disservice for black people for 40 and 50 years.

    Jackson has never had a JOB he is a shakedown artist, back in the day he talked us into boycotting different companies and he kept the money paid to him to call off the boycott. He is a rhyming womanizing clown.  Al is an even bigger joke! Al was given the TV program to help insure blacks do not think for themselves and tote the Democratic party line. What do we do? Believe something must be true because they said it! Why have we not gone further as a people, Jessie and Al keep us with our hands out begging for rumbs. They got young people thinking if they can Dance, Rap, play a Sport they will be a success. Hey Al and Jessie, when will you pay back the money you stole when they told you to run for President to keep the blacks in their place?" by Onesilverbac

    Well said Onesilverbac



    .......you neglected to mention other well known information, such as married and disgraceful Jackleg Poverty pimping Jesse Jackson and Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr.'s mistresses.


    "Read more: $40K Rolex, post-election plea deal for Jesse Jackson Jr.?" Thursday, November 8, 2012 - Bill Kelly's Truth Squad by William Kelly

    ....and Reverend Jesse Jackson, Jr. is just as disgraceful. After reading the comments that commend Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and other misfits, some black people continue to have a bad habit of making heroes out of disgraceful individuals, etc., etc.



    "Four years later, South L.A.'s zeal for politics has faded" by Angel Jennings, November 4, 2012, Los Angeles Times.


    President Barack Obama thinks that he has the "black electorate" in his corner.

    This time, Barack Obama will receive a huge awakening, because it won't be business as usual. Unlike 2008, many black voters who supported Barack Obama in 2008, are not willing to make the sacrifices to promote or vote in Barack Obama this time.


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