Possibly. But hitherto all we know is that he’s cynical.
So why all the charges of racism?
Let’s take a look at some of the charges with an eye out for a common thread or line of reasoning that seems to be coherent and based on empirically verifiable data (e.g. McCain’s words and conduct).
And he’s a bit confused. Here are some of his words:
I think a university or a college should be able to take into account race, but they should also be able to take into account class and hardship and difficulty in making assessments about whether or not a young person is deserving of opportunity.
Obama’s ideology stems from a false premise, namely, that American institutions are inherently and by nature biased against those of a certain race or races or “class” (whatever he thinks “class” is in today’s America). (more…)
Nas has been forced to change the title of his latest album from N**** to “Untitled.”
This reminds me of This is Spinal Tap where Tap has to change the cover of their “Smell the Glove” album and instead of a new concept they go for an all black record jacket with no text.
Funny… Nas is an Obama supporter,
Barack Obama’s latest unofficial anthem will get its official release this week – and it’s not an Obama Girl song.
Women wearing hijab in accordance with the way they practice their faith were discriminated against by the Barack Obama campaign on Monday. The two Muslim women were told that they could not sit near the podium where Obama would be speaking. The campaign does not officially state that women wearing hijab should not be associated in any way, shape or form with Obama but in practice the campaign discriminates against these American Muslim women at, what one assumes to be, the will of Obama himself.
In this YouTube video Michelle Obama calls Barack Obama her “babies daddy” or her “baby’s daddy” but according to Salon and the Urban dictionary that is a racist slur.
Fact Of The Day | UPDATE: MICHELLE OBAMA, WIFE OF BARACK OBAMA: “My baby’s daddy Barack Obama. Yeah!”
Unless DNA testing proves otherwise, Michelle Obama is Barack Obama’s “baby mama.” Thus, FOX News has correct in the following video clip: (more…)
Oh, please, please… Let this be true!
I know it’s from PRESS TV, but they’re sometimes correct, right?
Finkelstein faces Israeli deportation
I’ve mentioned the European crypto-/overtly-fascist parties, the British National Party BNP and the (French) Front National FN, in the past. And I’ve remarked that, while some don’t see these groups as acting irrational or extreme, I do. I believe that they use fear mongering to rally up “national” support (and we’re talking about White Nationalism here). These parties are racist and incompatible with the 21st century international community.
So what are these fascists, racists and bigots up to now: (more…)
Every time I check in to see what our good buddies at MPACUK are up to I find more borderline extremist rhetoric. For example, in this rant the MPACUK radicals accuse Muslim authorities in Britain of failing to live up to their duties as Muslims. The proof that this is the case? Well, because Islam does not dominate all of Britain of course! How else could an Islamophobe be elected? Yes, MPACUK seems to be just about ready to pronounce Muslim authorities kuffar and subject them to the treatment of apostates:
Boris Johnson called Islam “the problem” and has now been elected Mayor of London. Islam is not the problem. Boris Johnson is not the problem. Our Muslim leaders ARE the problem.
I guess the insane Brothers over at MPACUK have more in common with GWB than they thought:
The BNP gained a major victory, winning power with its first ever seat on the 25 member London Assembly by the narrowest of margins – just 0.3% – that’s approximately 6,500 votes. Every single Muslim who did not vote against the BNP is responsible for the fact that this racist Islamophobic party has now gained power over the lives of nearly 1 million Muslims in London. (more…)
Yes. I know. “Islamophobia Watch” is supposed to be my ideological enemy. However, I don’t always think how I’m “supposed” to think.
I feel that some legitimate concerns are raised is the following article. In fact, I have raised similar concerns myself in my meanderings in these interwebs.
Anyway, here’s the (rather long, ‘cuz I know most of you won’t click the link) excerpt:
There’s not much to say about a situation like this. Obviously this was a result of cultural practices and ways of thinking that date back to pre-Islamic times which have since been crystallized by Muslims for whom it is unthinkable to innovate the traditional customs and practices.
I’m not saying that all Muslims practice Islam the same way, that would be false and absurd. I’m just saying it’s tragic to hear of occurrences like this, where the people involved still put “religious laws” or their “Muslim society” above all else.
Disturbing news from the Brothers at MPACUK:
A pro-Israel pressure group is orchestrating a secret, long-term campaign to infiltrate the popular online encyclopedia Wikipedia to rewrite Palestinian history, pass off crude propaganda as fact, and take over Wikipedia administrative structures to ensure these changes go either undetected or unchallenged. A series of emails by members and associates of the pro-Israel group CAMERA (Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America), provided to The Electronic Intifada (EI), indicate the group is engaged in what one activist termed a “war” on Wikipedia.
That’s right. The Zionist-Crusaders have moved to the internet. MPACUK has copies of Zionist emails that have prove the malicious intent of the Zionists. Thanks to the Electronic Intifada for exposing the Zionists! Masha’Allah!
Just look at what the Zionists plan on doing:
You have probably not seen this footage before. It’s material that France2’s Charles Enderlin edited out of footage of Muhammad al-Dura’s murder by the IDF.
More on this later, but clearly, there are only two possible conclusions.
1) The boy has risen! That’s right, like Jesus, Muhammad al-Dura was resurrected from the dead! Meaning:
1.1) The boy is the incarnation of God! or
1.2) Resurrections are not miracles. and
1.21) Jesus was not the incarnation of God :(
2) France2, Enderlin, the al-Duras et al. lied.
Either way, the original report of Enderlin was used for propaganda purposes across the world and Muhammad al-Dura’s death was used to rally Palestinian children to die in shaheed operations.
The basic points of his speech are the following:
I put this post up a few hours ago, but as I started trolling around the interwebs I discovered that, due to my being so busy the couple of days, I missed out on Hitler’s B-day. So here’s a big ol’ Nazi post of some disgusting people and politicians. But first, the shananigans of the anti-Nazis/neo-Stalinists:
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Here’s a disappointing event.
Crazed leftists get violent with police and break laws while trying to disrupt a Neo-Nazi protest against immigration.
Why are these idiots making me state the following?
Via Jihad Watch
Survey: Nasrallah is the most admired leader in the Arab world
Hezbollah chief Sheikh Nassan Nasrallah is the most admired leader in the Arab world, according to a poll released recently by the Anwar Sadat Chair for Peace and Development at the University of Maryland.
Wow. If the terms “most admired” and “Peace” don’t call to mind the man featured in the videos below, I don’t know what will!
The term ‘Islamophobia” is thrown around a lot (I say too much) lately. And, just as some might complain that the term ‘Islamofascist’ is vague and ambiguous so too, we might say, is the term ‘Islamophobe.’
I use the term ‘Islamofascist’ to denote regimes that govern in accordance to a theological view derived from Islamic texts, and therefore, in accordance with an Islamic political ideology (e.g. Iran).
I’ve probably been called an Islamophobe, however, I don’t recall taking too much offense (again, since the term is poorly defined and over used). Lately, some have been claiming that there is no such thing as Islamophobia. I have to disagree with this claim right off the bat, of course someone could be irrationally hateful or scared of Islam, there’s no reason why this condition should not exist. But if the term is abused then, like all words, it will lose its meaning.
I like the way Haider Ala Hamoudi explains what he considers true Islamophobia (possibly because I don’t think I qualify ;) ):
I’m not sure why this surprises me. It shouldn’t.
“I’ve been meeting with Hamas leaders for years,” Carter said.
Many Muslims don’t like Robert Spencer.
I can’t imagine why? There is nothing that he says in this clip that is not factual.
If anyone disagrees with the assertion I made above, I request that he or she kindly point out Spencer’s mistake.
We all know that top CAIR officials support terrorist organizations such as HAMAS and Hizb’ullah. Many have suspected that CAIR is an extremist organization itself, covertly trying to make the likes of HAMAS and Hizb’ullah legitimate representatives of the Palestinian people in the eyes of the US.
So this is no surprise:
Yousef al-Khattab, who runs RevolutionMuslim.com from his home in Queens, told FOX News that he also wants the U.S. to embrace Islam and Sharia Law, which prohibits alcohol and can include stoning to death or severe flogging for pre-marital sex and adultery.
But that’s restrictive, violent, and Draconian, it seems to me that Yousef is confused and is portraying Islam in a negative light:
We already know that Saddam had connections to mujahideen in al-Qaida, HAMAS and other known Islamic terrorist organizations.
But what about the claim that there were WMD in Iraq?
The Guardian: “Really?”
Snoop: “YES… They was one of his biggest supporters.”
TG: “I’ve never heard that.”
Snoop: “YES. Why wouldn’t they be? … ” (more…)