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White Devils Strike New Orleans (Whacko Moonbats Alert)
FrontPageMagazine.com ^ | September 15, 2005 | Ben Johnson

Posted on 09/15/2005 2:07:51 PM PDT by Jacob Kell

White Devils Strike New Orleans By Ben Johnson FrontPageMagazine.com | September 15, 2005

Weeks after leftists began claiming President Bush’s environmental policies and budget cuts caused Hurricane Katrina’s devastation – and that Bush did not dispatch federal aid workers to Louisiana more quickly because of the victims’ skin color – the Left’s politics of perpetual demonization have reached their logical conclusion: one seasoned race-baiter has accused the president of ordering one of New Orleans’ levees dynamited to kill black people.

“I heard from a very reliable source, who saw a 25-foot deep crater under the levee breach,” said Louis Farrakhan, spiritual leader of the Nation of Islam (NOI). “It may have been blown up to destroy the black part of town and keep the white part dry.” Minister Farrakhan made the charge Monday in Charlotte, North Carolina, where many of the hurricane’s evacuees had been taken (at federal expense).

Farrakhan was in town to drum up support for next month’s “Millions More Movement,” a 10th anniversary tribute to the “Million Man March,” which is scheduled to take place at the National Mall one month from today. As FrontPage Magazine columnist Don Feder noted in an exclusive story, this follow-up rally has been endorsed by no less than Bill Clinton, who called it “a very positive idea.” (No word on whether the first black president was Farrakhan’s knowledgeable source.)

Farrakhan had been active in New Orleans itself before the hurricane, having trained a contingent of his security corps, the “Fruit of Islam,” there. The elite, all-male FOI claims to guard NOI events and low-income housing projects, although some claim the organization is a paramilitary force. (Not without foundation. NOI’s Abdul (William) Sharrieff Muhammad once clarified, “We have a military structure that we train our men into.”)

Other radical black leaders have joined Farrakhan on the ground in exploiting the hurricane’s victims and spreading their hateful ideologies. In an official press release, racial separatist Malik Zulu Shabazz, head of the New Black Panther Party, describes New Orleans thus:

“Wholesale police brutality is being waged against the victims of this natural disaster.” The police (sniper units) are using tactics to provoke attacks by Black residents as to substantiate their reasons of opening fire on groups of black males randomly and indiscriminately…According to Shabazz, “this is more of a racist occupation of subjugation rather than a relief effort.”

Shabazz also wondered why Bush didn’t accept Fidel Castro’s goodwill offer to send Cuban medics to tend Katrina’s casualties.

The NBPP takes the president’s mother to task, as well. Its press release states MSNBC’s “Keith Oberman” reported that Barbara Bush said, “the conditions in the Dome are sufficient enough for those people [the evacuees] since they were underprivileged anyway.” You can read the former First Lady’s actual words here. (To be fair, Olbermann is probably sorry he didn’t fabricate the quotation first.)

CNSNews.com sums up, “The (N)ew Black Panther Party said the system is designed [in Shabazz’s words] ‘to keep non-white people in state of subjugation on all levels and they are viewed as expendable in order to protect the interest of the system.’”

Such sentiments are sadly not reserved to fringe figures like Farrakhan and Shabazz. Political figures, foreign and domestic, share their off-the-wall views. Foreign leaders, particularly from Africa, have voiced similar critiques. Chen Chimutengwende, the acting Information Minister of Robert Mugabe’s Marxist kleptocracy, Zimbabwe, said, “This hurricane has once more exposed the racism of the American administration against black people because if it had been white people affected, they would have moved faster.”

News outlets have quoted an unnamed Kenyan official, who decided Bush is guilty until proven innocent: “There is no evidence to prove that the U.S. government delayed to assist the people of New Orleans because they were blacks, but given the history of the U.S., everything points at racial profiling…[A]t the moment, unless we are given a watertight excuse, it is racism at its worst.”

At least one well-known Democratic Congresswoman shares these conspiratorial sentiments, expressing them in her own familiar, over-the-top cadences. In a floor speech last week, Rep. Cynthia McKinney, D-Dementia, favorably quoted former Black Panther Party member Malik Rahin as an authoritative source of information, reading into the Congressional Record Rahin’s allegation that the authorities allowed roving gangs of white vigilantes to roam the streets of New Orleans “unchecked,” to the verge of starting a “race riot.”

This was, indeed, an underreported phenomenon.

She belittled “the ruthless sybaritic power player elites” running the country, before weeping, “As I saw the African-Americans, mostly African-American families ripped apart, I could only think about slavery, families ripped apart, herded into what looked like concentration camps.”

McKinney – who once intimated President Bush had advance knowledge of 9/11 and balked at voting for a resolution to condemn Farrakhan – stated the new lynch mobs of New Orleans were perhaps the last in a long series of anti-black conspiracies led by the federal government:

In about 20, 25 universities around the country we have got biodefense labs studying I do not know what. I can remember the Tuskegee Study. I remember MK-Ultra as an African American. I remember Paul Robeson. But Tulane University is under water, and Tulane University houses one of these biodefense labs. We need to know what the heck was in that lab, what was going on in that biodefense lab.

She then discovered a heretofore unknown plot to suppress C-SPAN...because the network allows her to speak. “Thank goodness, I can come to the floor of the House and speak my piece,” she said. “And as long as C-SPAN cameras are running, well, it will not be cut off, but I understand there is even an effort to try and limit C-SPAN's access to American households.”

She ended an incredibly disjointed speech – even by her standards – by endorsing conspiracies qua conspiracies:

I will just conclude by saying that on the United States State Department website is [an item entitled], “How to identify misinformation.” [It asks:] Does the story fit the pattern of a conspiracy theory?

Her remarks echoed and endorsed by name rapper Kanye West. NBC cameras cut away from West at a celebrity fundraiser for Hurricane Katrina victims on September 2 after the gangsta launched into an unscripted political rant. “George Bush does not care about black people,” he said. Like Rahin and McKinney, West would say the government has “given [National Guardsmen] permission to go down and shoot us.”

Influential Princeton professor, rap artist, and honorary Democratic Socialists of America chairman Cornell West also seconded West’s remarks. In an op-ed published in the UK Observer (owned by the same company as the far-Left Guardian newspaper) on 9/11, West concluded, “When Kanye West said the President [sic.] does not care about black people, he was right.”

Now we see how far the Hate Whitey Left will go to popularize the fiction of bloodthirsty racist Republicans: charges of genocide in the aftermath of one of the worst natural disasters in modern history.

This would offer a spectacular “Sister Souljah moment” to any responsible politician on the Left seeking higher office in 2008. It would seem there is no such person, judging by the deafening silence.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ben Johnson is Managing Editor of FrontPage Magazine and author of the book 57 Varieties of Radical Causes: Teresa Heinz Kerry's Charitable Giving.


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The black comunity needs to get rid of these deranged demagogues and find some conservative black Americans to serve as their leaders.
1 posted on 09/15/2005 2:08:08 PM PDT by Jacob Kell
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To: Jacob Kell

Farracommie is such a joke, I can't believe anyone actually wasted energy to ype that.


2 posted on 09/15/2005 2:09:59 PM PDT by mothball
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To: Jacob Kell
Speaking as a white devil, I can say unreservedly that I do not remember the subject of blowing up the levees coming up at any of our cabal meetings. Perhaps it was on the agenda of the trilateralists...?

Perhaps the REV-rund Farrakhan has some snapshots from the MotherWheel that will provide some elucidation on this matter....

3 posted on 09/15/2005 2:10:50 PM PDT by atomicpossum (Replies should be as pedantic as possible. I love that so much.)
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To: Jacob Kell
Farrakhan... Oh, jeez.

No, we don't need any leaders. What we need is for black individuals to look into their mirrors and be brutally honest with themselves. If someone needs a leader, that reflection is it. No one knows what an individual wants moreso than that individual. And it is up to that individual to make it happen.

No shorts. No losses. No excuses.


If you want a Google GMail account, FReepmail me.
They're going fast!

4 posted on 09/15/2005 2:13:25 PM PDT by rdb3 (I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me. --Philippians 4:13)
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To: Jacob Kell

Was that "very reliable source" the commander of the Mother Wheel?


5 posted on 09/15/2005 2:14:41 PM PDT by Roccus (BEWARE of stupid people in very large numbers.)
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To: atomicpossum
Wow! All I can say is nineteen. Once again:

Nineteen.

6 posted on 09/15/2005 2:14:48 PM PDT by Alas Babylon!
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To: rdb3

I am thankful that the vicious rumor of your departure from FR was untrue


7 posted on 09/15/2005 2:15:53 PM PDT by clamper1797 (Proud member of the Tonkin Gulf Yacht Club 1972-1973)
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To: Jacob Kell
Wholesale police brutality is being waged against the victims of this natural disaster.” The police (sniper units) are using tactics to provoke attacks by Black residents as to substantiate their reasons of opening fire on groups of black males randomly and indiscriminately

Ok, which is it? One, there are no black police in NO. Or two, only white police returned to their duties.

8 posted on 09/15/2005 2:15:59 PM PDT by mtbopfuyn (Legality does not dictate morality... Lavin)
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To: Jacob Kell
Calypso Louie still must be looking for another gig.
9 posted on 09/15/2005 2:16:54 PM PDT by dts32041 (Shinkichi: Massuer, did you see that? Zat˘ichi: I don't see much)
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To: atomicpossum
gee I missed that one too in all my vast right wing conspiracy, gun nut meetings, darn.



The Homeland Support Team
10 posted on 09/15/2005 2:18:15 PM PDT by chiya (If Hitler had ruled India, Ghandhi would have been a lampshade.)
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To: Alas Babylon!
Wow! All I can say is nineteen. Once again: Nineteen.

Shhhh....ixnay on the ineteenay.

11 posted on 09/15/2005 2:18:31 PM PDT by atomicpossum (Replies should be as pedantic as possible. I love that so much.)
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To: Jacob Kell

Wacko moonbats isn't strong enough - this needed a double bagged barf alert as well.

As for the person - treason is a little used charge in this nation. He should be arrested and tried on the charge.


12 posted on 09/15/2005 2:20:19 PM PDT by kingu (Draft Fmr Senator Fred Thompson for '08.)
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To: mothball

Oh, no. The honky devils appeared alongside the Elvis clones as the spaceships descended upon New Orleans to zap the levees with magic rays.


13 posted on 09/15/2005 2:20:50 PM PDT by pcottraux (It's pronounced "P. Coe-troe.")
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To: Jacob Kell

So, if there's such wholesale slaughter of the black people in New Orleans, where are all the bodies? Why aren't we hearing on the news about the gunfire? Is there a website we can go to that will show us the "truth" about it?

Or is there a conspiracy theory about that as well?


14 posted on 09/15/2005 2:21:04 PM PDT by serpentineshel
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To: Jacob Kell

bump


15 posted on 09/15/2005 2:23:55 PM PDT by NW Mike (Proud member of the VRWC since 1972 -- who the hell are you calling 'neo'?)
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To: Jacob Kell
“It may have been blown up to destroy the black part of town and keep the white part dry.”

LOL! My favorite.

The CIA also installs radio transmitters in the gold teeth of all black Americans to control them.

16 posted on 09/15/2005 2:24:24 PM PDT by zarf (***)
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To: Jacob Kell
God I love this stuff!

It makes me appreciate the US of A, where even a raving lunatic can get up and speak "the truth"

I haven't watched a sitcom in years. Real life is sooooooooooooooooooooooo much more interesting with nut-cases like this among us :)

The only thing missing is the photograph of newt Gingrich shaking hands with a space alien on the White house lawn.
17 posted on 09/15/2005 2:28:03 PM PDT by taxed2death (A few billion here, a few trillion there...we're all friends right?)
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To: Jacob Kell
Farrakhan had been active in New Orleans itself before the hurricane, having trained a contingent of his security corps, the “Fruit of Islam,”

It might have been these Fruits of Islam that were firing at the rescuers and the press.

18 posted on 09/15/2005 2:30:36 PM PDT by DrewsDad
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To: Jacob Kell

Oh yea....."Influential Princeton professor, rap artist, and honorary Democratic Socialists of America chairman Cornell West also seconded West’s remarks."

This dudes an absolute hoot to listen too!

He uses a lot of REALLLLYYY BBIIIIGGGGG WOOOOORRDDSSSSS.



LOL.


19 posted on 09/15/2005 2:31:08 PM PDT by taxed2death (A few billion here, a few trillion there...we're all friends right?)
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To: Jacob Kell; mhking; rdb3
First I'd like to sincerely apologize for any off-color or racial content in any of my posts since hurricane Katrina. I have not meant to broad-brush the African-American community for the actions of a few, or for the problems in New Orleans.

It is statements like this one from Louis Farrakhan, and from Cynthia McKinney, from Al Sharpton and from Kanye West that just make me mad. Mad enough to forget reason and courtesy at times.

It's bad enough that we have such a widespread natural disaster, then there are the very legitimate questions that arise from extreme poverty and inept government actions.

But all these people who want to claim malicious, racially-motivated murder and neglect are just beyond the pale. I'm mad as hell! What do they want, for racism to continue eternally as they try their best to incite us to hate and suspect one another? Simply despicable comments. And the great minds over at DU are all over such comments.

20 posted on 09/15/2005 2:32:46 PM PDT by Sender (Team Infidel USA)
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