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Showing posts with label Klayman. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Klayman. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

EBOLA: Fear And Loathing New GOP Shtick

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We start with the Neo-American King of Racism, Larry Klayman.  Klayman so hates an African-American in the White House he doesn't bother to even cloak his racism.  

Klayman: Obama Must Be 'Taken Alive' For Bringing Ebola To America To Afflict White People

SUBMITTED BY Brian Tashman on Tuesday, 10/14/2014 10:40 am
Conservative legal activist Larry Klayman has filed a lawsuit against President Obama for “providing material support and aid to international terrorism and facilitating terrorism” by not implementing a travel ban on people from countries facing an Ebola outbreak. 
Health experts have advised against enacting a travel ban, explaining that such a move might actually increase the risk of an outbreak, but Klayman has his own idea as to why the Obama administration hasn’t enacted a ban: anti-white racism. 
Klayman writes in his weekly column that “Obama has favored his African brothers over the rest of us by allowing them free entry into this country” and “relegating whites and others who are not black or Muslim to the back of the bus has become an invidious form of reverse discrimination. This was not right when blacks were subjected to this treatment, and it is not right now – particularly given its deadly implications.”

Does Klayman have a scientific explanation of how Oabma's strategy to infest white people with Ebola will be deployed without real prospect of infesting African- Americans, Latinos, Asians and Original First Nation native Americans? 

Would you like to see the impetus behind the recent surge in conservative media oozing over Ebola.  

Washington Post-ABC News poll 

Excerpt 
While 65 percent of the respondents say they are concerned about a possible “widespread” U.S. epidemic, nearly 8 in 10 with a high school diploma or less education say they are very or somewhat concerned. Among respondents with advanced degrees, about 4 in 10 say they are concerned. Just over 6 in 10 white respondents say they are concerned, compared with 74 percent of nonwhites. And while majorities of all partisan backgrounds express concern about a U.S. epidemic, Republicans express significantly more worry than Democrats.
When the demagogue earns millions via spewing fear, EBOLA is the "Perfect Storm."

Let's Proceed (Governor).....







Top Republican demagogues have fields day with fear and death.  

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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Vet Marchers Drew The Tea Party and Racist! Palin and Cruz Also Joined The Seditious Acts

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If the Vet Marchers want to have a clean slate on their motives, they should disavow this racism.
If you have been near a television set over the past two days, you may know of a Veterans Million Man protest at the World War II Memorial.  The Vets Marchers protest fell far shy of even 1,000 participants and apparently opportunistic conservatives (tea party anarchist and racist) turned an "alleged" protest event into a maelstrom of racist acts and racist rhetoric. 

Doesn't the tea party and racist infestations seem to happen all too often. Any mention of the word "conservative" results in infestations of Obama Derangement Syndrome (ODS) haters and Fox New sycophants.  

Derangement unarguably based in race.

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A brief journey into Obama Derangement Syndrome unparalleled by most racist.

The alleged 'conservative veterans group' has written and published an open letter to CNN railing about coverage of the event and disavowing the tea party invasion. The National Memo published the open letter.  
Dear CNN, 
The Million Vet March on the World War II Memorial was amongst the largest, most compelling, inspiring and inventive acts of civil disobedience in American history... and you knew it and you blew it. 
You knew it because your reporter Shannon Travis, a very cordial gentleman who was wearing a stylish purple tie was present at the rally. He told Special Operations Speaks before an interview that he loved the passion of the rally. Mr. Travis undoubtedly observed the make up of the attendees of the crowd as 80-90% veterans and 10-20% veteran supporters. 
In your feeble and failed attempt to mute the national enthusiasm for the Vet March you reported the event as a "tea party like rally".  
Not speaking for all veterans, Special Operations Speaks embraces and admires the Tea Party’s support for our nations veterans and points out that not one occupy, amnesty, union, Democratic or liberal organization showed up to stand with the Vets… just the tea party. 
If your editors must label this group, we insist that you label us “Vet Marchers”. 
Labeling the Million Vet March as "tea party like rally" because some tea partiers showed up with “yellow Don't Tread On Me flags” [btw, someone really ought to inform your writer that they are called Gadsden flags; look it up] doesn't mean it was a "tea party like rally". 
If one follows that logic, one might state that because some of CNN's executives, editors and reporters lean so far to the left, that CNN is a 'Communist-like News Network'. That would not be a fair assessment, would it? 
Special Operations Speaks does not mind the ridicule from your network and other left leaning news organizations. We have grown quite accustomed to it and find it amusing. We simply ask that if you ridicule us, you get our name right. 
Please in the future call us Vet Marchers or next time we remove the barricades from the war memorials, we just might bring them to your doorstep. 
Now, why would the Vets Marchers writer keyboard the letter with the breadth and scope of the Sunday exhibition as a backdrop of the event?  Why not publicize the unacceptable nature of the exhibition completely of abhorrence and discouragement for future events? The organizer's silence is revealing.


From my perspective the letter is full of misstatements, obvious affinity for the people who led the disgraceful exhibition, and the letter never once mentioned infiltration by racist event speaker (Klayman) and the confederate flag waving racist.

A few excerpts from the letter worthy of exploration.
A.) In your feeble and failed attempt to mute the national enthusiasm for the Vet March you reported the event as a "tea party like rally". 

Not speaking for all veterans, Special Operations Speaks embraces and admires the Tea Party’s support for our nations veterans and points out that not one occupy, amnesty, union, Democratic or liberal organization showed up to stand with the Vets… just the tea party.  

If your editors must label this group, we insist that you label us “Vet Marchers”.
How many US Vets do you feel find satisfaction and solace in the obviously racist use of the confederate flag flying next to a Marine Corp. flag and flying outside the White House? The president is African-American, thus the racist with the flag was delivering a clear message. A message that is at the core of the tea party. Since there is no outcry from GOP establishment about such exhibits, I have to assume their approval of such racist acts at the core of the GOP.

The writer validates his (and his organization) affiliation with the racist in  the tea  party via his lengthy list of non-supporting groups. If the Vets march billed itself as conservative vets in protest about the closed memorial, why would any of the stated groups take part? As we know how the event ended, the majority of American should be proud of the targeted groups that did not support the "tea party" event.
If Sarah Palin, and Ted Cruz showed as booked event speakers why would either of the stated groups have interest? These two people are documented media hounds, and frankly, social losers who appeal to a more dogma-driven low information population.
B.) Labeling the Million Vet March as "tea party like rally" because some tea partiers showed up with “yellow Don't Tread On Me flags” [btw, someone really ought to inform your writer that they are called Gadsden flags; look it up] doesn't mean it was a "tea party like rally".   
If one follows that logic, one might state that because some of CNN's executives, editors and reporters lean so far to the left, that CNN is a 'Communist-like News Network'. That would not be a fair assessment, would it?
The writer makes a feeble and very frail attempt to disassociate the use of the Gadsden flag and its more common use since Barack Obama was inaugurated in January 2009: A tea party crest. CNN like most Americans realize the tea party adopted the Gadsden flag for its very basic, "Don't Tread On me," message.  Use of the flag has become as commonly accepted as the chant "USA, USA, USA" by right wing crowds when any steps outside their conservative and often illogical paradigm. In fact, I heard the USA chant very much prevalent as unpaid park officials attempted to stop the tea party induced shenanigans at the White House. 


The writer's comments about CNN's alleged lean to the far-left is seriously revealing.  First, it is an inane slam and is not based in fact. Once CNN hired Jeff Zucker as president, any thoughts of CNN and its former 'neutral' model went out the door. Zucker has brought a decided conservative slant to CNN. One only as to watch the many conservative guests on CNN to know, a "far left' producer would book as such. Yet, the Vet's writer exercised an opportunity to throw a snowball at CNN.  A snowball that evaporated well before it hit is mark. 

Another point regarding the writer's snowball and his remarks about 'far-left.'  Isn't the remark factually revealing regarding the writer's television and probably radio preferences.  Which television network broadcast such that a guy like Klayman would feel spewing racist and anti-Islamic remarks at the event.? Which network do you believe the writer holds dear if Sarah Palin and Ted Cruz spews ridiculous oratory at the event? We know the answers to those rhetorical questions don't we?
C.) Please in the future call us Vet Marchers or next time we remove the barricades from the war memorials, we just might bring them to your doorstep.
The writer seems oblivious to the very visuals his organization may have relished as he and his organizers planned the protest.  How can the writer not see overt racism associated with his protests?  How can the writer not understand how his group could be lumped into a generic association with the tea party?  He declared it a conservative protest, he did not fight to tear down that confederate flag and he certainly relished Klayman's racist tyrant.  

If a person is going to write a letter in complaint, the person should ensure their house is in order by cleaning out the trash. If the trash remains, it tends to make its surrounding stink.  

Racism stinks, especially when applied to the highly esteemed office of the leader of the free world. How about closing with a poignant comment from Chris Matthews, MSNBC, via the Rachel Maddow show.


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