Black People Politics : Hatred for Obama continues

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  1. dunwiddat

    dunwiddat Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I was on another networking site this morning, and I was shocked to see someone call the president a Marxist scumbag:eek::oops:...If people can used these terms I would not have any doubts that there are people who would try to kill him.

    The response was in connection with the below article.

    WASHINGTON, D.C., November 2, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Obama administration is engaging in a form of cultural imperialism by promoting hyper-sexual ethics in the Third World, according to a new documentary.
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    “There is a whole movement in which many people in the Obama administration are involved— Hillary Clinton at the forefront — that is pushing the ‘sexual rights’ agenda,” said Sharon Slater, producer of Cultural Imperialism, The Sexual Rights Agenda.
    Slater explained to LifeSiteNews.com that “broad elastic term” is used by Western governments to push “contraception, sex-change operations, same-sex marriage, homosexual, bisexual, and transgender behavior, prostitution, and comprehensive sexuality education for children.”
    “The sexual rights ideology believes that the most fundamental human right is the right to unrestricted sexual pleasure,” said Slater, who is the president of Family Watch International, a UN watchdog organization that advocates for traditional family values.
    “Anything that is seen as a barrier to sexual pleasure is viewed by them as a violation to human rights,” she said. “Sexual rights is basically about promoting sexual anarchy, especially to children.”
    Slater said that she made the half-hour documentary as a response to African, Islamic, and Caribbean United Nations (UN) delegates who “constantly complained” to her organization about pressure from the “U.S. government, UN agencies, and other rich Western countries” to endorse a pan-sexual agenda.
    The documentary makes the case that the West’s imposition of “sexual rights” on these countries erodes their religious and cultural values, leading to the demise of the natural family unit and resulting social chaos.
    The documentary presents evidence that the Obama administration “blackmails” poor countries into implementing laws and policies that advance “sexual rights” by threatening to withhold aid.
    One piece of evidence presented in the documentary is a December 2011 White House memorandumissued by President Obama that calls all “heads of executive departments and agencies” to “engaged abroad to ensure that U.S. diplomacy and foreign assistance promote and protect the human rights of LGBT [lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender] persons.”
    Section three of the memorandum on foreign assistance states: “Agencies involved with foreign aid, assistance, and development shall enhance their ongoing efforts to ensure regular Federal Government engagement with governments, citizens, civil society, and the private sector in order to build respect for the human rights of LGBT persons.”
    Slater argues that “what the Obama directive actually does is to direct all U.S. agencies to pressure countries to not only legalize and destigmatize LGBT sexual behavior, but to also encourage countries to embrace LGBT lifestyles.”
    “They were being blackmailed, bribed, and bullied into accepting sexual rights that run counter to their religious and cultural values,” she said.
    The documentary includes interviews with Dr. Norman Hearst, a family medicine specialist with emphasis on HIV prevention; Dr. Edward Green, former director of Harvard’s AIDS Prevention Research Project; Sarah Flood-Beaubrun, former St. Lucia Delegate to the UN; and many more.
    Various UN delegates from developing countries speak out in the documentary about how they are being bullied by the West into accepting the full gamut of “sexual rights,” despite overwhelming resistance within their countries.
    “Sexual rights is a Trojan horse term that puts pressure on countries to change their laws and to advance these kind of behaviors and to protect them,” Slater said.
    Watch the five minute trailer and the full documentary here.
     
  2. cherryblossom

    cherryblossom Banned MEMBER

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    http://destee.com/index.php?threads/racism-in-football.73527/
    Sister Dunwiddat, what I am about to say is said with love and concern; and I hope you accept it and receive it in the vein I give it.

    With that said....

    I am always disturbed to hear any African descendant, anywhere in the Diaspora express sentiments of "shock" or "dismay" over examples of racism anywhere in the world.

    This is a view I expect from white people because many of them think that "racism" is supposed to be "dead."

    THEY think, because Blacks have obtained and attained so much, that Blacks have, indeed, "Overcome."

    THEY think, because it is no longer legally nor morally acceptable in modern society to abuse, insult, and murder Blacks because of their skin color, that "racism" is "over."

    THEY think that publicly expressed derogatory views of and racial slurs towards Black people is "ancient history."

    THEY think, because LAWS have been repealed and enacted to protect Black people from racial abuse, that "racism" has been "conquered."

    THEY think, because Blacks fought against government-sanctioned inequalities, that the Civil Rights Movement in America and the end of Apartheid in South Africa define and epitomize the GLOBAL "defeat" of "racism."

    Sister, as a Black woman, surely you can not be this surprised at 21st century racism.
    Are you truly that naive?
    Do you just prefer to view the world with "rose-colored glasses" and rather be in denial to the realities of racism?

    Now, I understand that you do not live in the U.S. but in Barbados. So, I can further understand that you are not personally familiar with and therefore not intimately privy to the history of racism in the U.S.----Likewise, I am not personally familiar with the racist history of Barbados; but I have no doubts that it does still exist there in some shape, form, fashion.

    Surely, as a Black woman living in Barbados you know the history of Black people there.
    To some degree, you know your family's history there as well as the histories of other Black and White families there.
    And you also know how Black people in Barbados are still treated with prejudice by more COVERT and PASSIVE methods than in the more OVERT and AGGRESSIVE methods of years-past.

    Well, it's the same way in the U.S. and all over the world.

    So, why are you so "APPALLED" when you see RACISTS take off their hoods and suits and false faces to reveal their TRUE thoughts/views/and intentions towards Black people?

    Actually, I prefer that they do so.
    That way, I know just who and what they are.
    That way, they are exposed, out in the open, not leading double lives by PUBLICLY presenting one persona and hiding their "dirty racist secrets" in the closet, all the while SUBVERSIVELY planning to sabotage and harm Black people any way they can.

    You see, unlike you, I am NEVER shocked by racism.

    I have NO DOUBTS that I could go anywhere in the U.S. or anywhere in the world and be threatened and discriminated against just because I am Black.

    I have NO DOUBTS that I could go anywhere in the U.S. and anywhere in the world, in any setting, among any socio-economic group and be insulted with racial epithets in English and any other language.

    Again, Sister, why are YOU so distressed to see RACISM in any form, anywhere in the world?
     
  3. Asomfwaa

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    I think her 'surprise' is more a facade to promote the Anti-Obama literature/documentary than a statement of her views.

    Just notice how the article has nothing to do with her comments. And she links to the anti-Obama documentary.
     
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    Also, I'm really trying to get where you're coming from with this thread....The very TITLE you used denotes that you are ALREADY AWARE that Pres. Obama is "HATED" and that it is an ON-GOING state, i.e., "CONTINUES."

    But, then you go on to express "SHOCK" over this insult to him and "dismay" that, yes, some people would try to kill him.

    So, just what discussion did you hope to generate with this??---The very real "HATRED" of Pres. Obama and those who would seek his death??

    (However, Blacks in the U.S. are also very aware of this. Over the years, during THIS term in office and his FIRST campaign, the media has reported numerous threats made towards Obama, his wife and his children. So, this is nothing new to Blacks in the U.S.)

    ......OR.....A discussion on this article linking Pres. Obama with a documentary titled "Cultural Imperialism: The Sexual Rights Agenda?"

    ----Yet MORE "Obama-BASHING" in the news.

    So, just what is the intent/purpose of this thread? :10500:

     
  5. dunwiddat

    dunwiddat Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Cherryblossom you have made your point and I agree with everything you have said. The statement was a comment made in connection with the article, I do not see the need to have a drawn out discussion on this issue. I do not sweat the small stuff. Let it end there.
     
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    This is no surprise.
    They had their bull eye's place on him every since he announce his acceptance for presidency.
    Believe it or not we are more hated than all people of the world.
    I will never know why,but that's the way of the world.
    We were once great people, but we let deceit,treachery, and lies corrupt our ways.
    They can not deal with the idea that a True African is in their "White house".

    They thought people especially us will be fooled though by his issuing in as President would change our behavior and attitude towards the Caucasian community, but it just made things worser because the very thing he tried to do to bring us together further divided us.
    Every time he tried to address issue's in our community, it was shot down by the republicans.
    It not the issue of his skin color, it was a issue of him doing things to please the same racist who already said, "They will not pass any legislation from him".
    Things that will help everyone, is when they all show their true color.
    I hope he does win because it is not his fault for majority of things not getting done, it was his oppositional constituents across the isle in the HOUSE.
     
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    Don't fool yourself. Barack Obama is no "True African", and I say this knowing that he would be classified and/or viewed in the place of his Father's birth, Kenya, as a half-caste, under colonial and perhaps tribal law.

    This might be different if his mother was a Kenyan national. But she was not. She was a white woman from Kansas.
     
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    No Wahalas. (no problems)

    The only reason I made such note of it was due to your expressed "SHOCK" and thoughts that others would seek to kill Obama.----You even boldly highlighted that part in red.

    And I was perplexed as to why you were affected so and your desire to SHARE it.

    Good to hear it. :toast:

    Perhaps, in the future, examples of racism like this and in that football thread of yours will no longer so strongly "SHOCK" you to see racism in 2012.

    So, after-all, this is too "small" to even discuss, huh.

    Agreed.
     
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    Please,...lets not allow the hatred for Obama or any other person of color, continue to harden our hearts. We must through love and understanding stop the in fighting among us. LOVE IS THE ANSWER! I think we as a community take things too personal. Differences of opinion is the lifeblood of this site. That is the only way we can continue to learn and grow. Love, Peace and Harmony to all my fellow Destee site lovers.
     
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