Thursday, July 8, 2010

Hate Crime Laws and Equal Enforcement

If the progressives are going to have hate crime laws in place, then anyone, regardless of race should be subject to its ground rules.
During the 2008 presidential election, New Black Panther Party members stand in front of a polling location in Philadelphia in Black Panther uniform wielding batons like what law enforcement officers carry. A complaint was, of course, filed for intimidation at a voting poll place, specifically Samir Shabazz and Jerry Jackson. The US District Court in Philadelphia found them guilty and a sentence was supposed to have occurred in May of 2009. It never happened because the Department of Justice, headed by US Attorney General Eric Holden filed a notice of voluntary dismissal of the lawsuit on behalf of the two defendants. Here is what Samir Shabazz (photo left courtesy of Gates of Vienna) stated in a video clip:
I hate white people — all of them. Every last iota of a cracker — I hate him. Because we're still in this condition. We didn't come out here to play today. There's too much serious business going on in the black community to be out here sliding through South Street with white, dirty, cracker whore (expletive) on our arms. You want freedom? You're going to have to kill some crackers. You're going to have to kill some of their babies. Let us get our act together.

Here are the videos:

Remember President Obama’s Independence Day speech talking about equality and freedom for all? That hypocrisy falls right in line with his promise of government transparency and other diatribe in order to get elected as a senator in Congress and President of the United States. No experience, questionable affiliations and a dedicated Marxist, he became the Democratic poster boy, the political token of a party who wrote the book in that political party’s history when it comes to inequality and racial prejudice and who has embraced socialism and Marxism in its political ranks since the 1930s. Their senior congressional member, Robert Byrd of West Virginia who recently died at the age of 92 was a member of the hated KKK
 – William J. Clinton actually mentioning it at his funeral claiming that he was just a good old southern boy trying to get elected.
I couldn’t imagine a member of the Republican, Libertarian, Constitutionalist, or independent politician getting away with those remarks or a senator being the longest-serving member of Congress in American history with a record of being a segregationist and member of the Ku Klux Klan. Not just a member, by the way, but an officer of high standing.
While people can forgive someone who has changed their ways, as Senator Byrd apparently did; as well as respect for his knowledge of Roman history, the US Congress and its traditions – but to say that he was just trying to get elected despite his racism is far fetched and should be an insult to the American system of government. A statesman must represent ALL the people.
Unfortunately, not only is it not an insult to the modern politician who cannot possibly call themselves statesmen and stateswomen, but clearly shows how diluted and delusional and dangerous our supposed representatives in our government have become.
Eric Holden should have been fired for dropping the charges against a clear racist action and an unforgivable action of intimidating voters at voting poll place.
That is not America. That is not what the Founders had envisioned nor did the architects of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Martin Luther King, Jr., envision in the quest for true equality for all.
The media mainstream should have hit upon this, but as usual, if it concerns the Democratic Progressive party of the United States, it is shelved out of discussion.
Welcome to the new America of Hope and Change, as off track as the new Black Panther Party and as despicable as any white supremacy organization.
Hate crime laws are not necessary and will lead to hate speech laws - which has already been established within the European Union; but if Americans insist that hate crime laws remain on the books, they must be enforced no matter where the hate crime originates. Frankly, it is a law that is redundant - there are already laws against crimes of violence, no matter what the reason - and crimes of violence are enacted because of some sort of hatred.
Racism from either side of the fence is unacceptable and will never see reconciliation or repression of racism.

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