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Obama's "N-Word" Moment Was Him Looking in Mirror

June 29, 2015

My late grandmother explained to me that, “a nigger was a lowdown, dirty, dishonest person you could not trust” and skin color had nothing to do with it. With that thought in mind I cannot point to two more “lowdown, dirty, dishonest persons” than the Obamas. Using the Ku Klux Klan as the standard for racism, the KKK are comparable to a Wal-Mart trunk sale compared to the Obamas.

Despicable and contemptible are not harsh enough words to define Obama. He is beyond Erebusic, and yet the mainstream media waits breathlessly, with bathroom tissue in hand, to clean up his every mess.

[highlight]The lengths Obama will go to foment racial unrest and immiseration cannot be overstated.[/highlight] Just as being paid tens of millions of dollars for hitting or shooting a ball does not prevent many being compensated same from behaving as though they were still living in the low-income housing projects – being elected to the White House hasn’t prevented the Obamas from carrying on their racist agenda. In fact, being elected has given them more of a license to accuse America of being a racist nation.

Obama’s latest soilure on the office he holds was when he told Marc Maron, that the “legacy of slavery, Jim Crow, discrimination [is] in almost every institution of our lives.”

I say the best example of the legacy he references is embodied in the hearts and souls of the majority of blacks. Blacks given the opportunity go out of their way to exact revenge against whites. For example, in Greensboro, Alabama blacks were caught red-handed in a poorly conceived and even more poorly executed acts of massive voter fraud.

When confronted with his ill-deeds, black pro-bate judge Arthur Crawford allegedly responded to the effect that blacks committing fraud and conspicuous race-based discrimination is okay because blacks were wronged in the past, thus in his mind it is permissible for blacks to wrong white people today.

Is that the legacy Obama was talking about or perhaps it was the black woman at the SouthWest Airline Desk in Florida who beamed as she told me, she had refused to assist a frantic flyer ahead of me at the service counter, because “he was white and thought he could just tell people what to do;” this after she had gone out of her way to assist me. Oh, the other traveler’s crime was his frenzied insistence that he had a situation that demanded he get another flight ASAP because he had a situation at home.

Obama claimed that the legacy of slavery and Jim Crow “casts a long shadow, and that’s still part of our DNA that passed on. [Americans] aren’t cured of it…racism, we’re not cured of it.”

Folks, this is the so-called president of the Untied States. This is the half-Kenyan who was elected twice by majorities of white voters. And this is the bigoted accusatorial race-mongering bilge he uses to poison the psyche of America. He overlooks that not one black politician holding elected office today is there based singularly upon black votes. Every black elected politician in office today has counted upon the money and votes of white voters to get elected.

As if those fallacious allegations were not enough Obama said: “And it’s not just a matter of it not being polite to say “nigger” in public. That’s not the measure of whether racism still exists or not. It’s not a matter of overt discrimination. Societies don’t, overnight, completely erase everything that happened 200 to 300 years prior.”

I am without words to define how offensive I, as an American, find his comments. They were appallingly amoral to the point of necessitating immediate calls for Congress to take up action for his removal from office.

Does he include in his asphyxiating toxic well-planned and purposeful racist soliloquy the fact that the Justice Department under his leadership has become nothing more than the black Ku Klux Klan? Does he include that under his administration the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department has made it unequivocally clear that there would be no civil rights cases brought forward unless the plaintiff was black? Does he include that he has sanctioned Al Sharpton and paid rioters and looters to rein mayhem and destruction that destroys entire neighborhoods because law enforcement dares to do its job? Does he include that under his administration the federal law enforcement agencies have given domestic terrorist groups like the New Black Panthers tacit permission to call for the murder of all white babies and to solicit wire funds across state lines to be used to kill George Zimmerman, police officers, and to cause insurrection?

Typically, Obama’s interviews and speeches are tantamount to verbal encopresis sans micturition directed to those who rank at the bottom of a Flesch-Kincaid test. But he surpassed that in this speech. He chose to use the pain and suffering in Charleston to encourage young blacks to be angry. It is for that reason and that reason alone that he chose the outlet to make the statements he did.

Many of the pompous, politically correct, talking heads are fully aware of what he intended but will cover for him nonetheless.

This is my country and I am outraged by the accusations this neo-Leninist destructor made about my country. I am even more outraged that I am the only one not afraid to call the Obamas what they are, i.e., the absolute personification of what my late grandmother defined as “lowdown, dirty, dishonest people” that you cannot trust.

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Mychal Massie

Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here

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