Skip to comments.Caught on Tape: Racist NAACP Leader Says, "Kenneth Gladney Not Black Enough", An 'Uncle Tom'
Posted on 07/09/2010 10:43:14 AM PDT by Nachum
On May 5th, 2010 The Missouri NAACP hosted a press conference and rally on behalf of Perry Molens and Elston McCowan, demanding the county prosecutor drop assault charges stemming from an attack outside Russ Carnahans townhall in South St. Louis County on Health Care last August. Molens and McCowan were arrested after the staged Carnahan event in August after they beat, kicked and stomped on black vendor Kenneth Gladney. The two Russ Carnahan supporters and SEIU members also called Kenneth the n-word as they bashed him into the cement.
This press conference in May was intended to drum up political pressure to prevent the jury trial of the two SEIU staff members arrested for attacking Kenneth Gladney in the presence of three witnesses.
Video of the entire press conference was posted online in eight parts and includes speeches by Harold Crumpton (NAACP national board member and president, St Louis City branch), Mary Ratliff, (NAACP state president, Missouri), progressive blogger Adam Shriver (cited as their legal expert), Elston McCowan, Perry Molens, and emceed by Zaki Abruti, UAPO. Also attending the event were a host of self-defined socialist agitators and a self-proclaimed Huffington Post reporter, Jeanine Molloff.
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Diversity is cool and we’re all the same.
I can’t imagine someone saying another person isn’t white enough. And I can’t imagine what other people would think about the person who said it. The black community should ostracize someone who says things like this. They won’t, but they should. It makes them look stupid.
Racial harmony brought to you by Obama’s Post-Racial America.
If you Google “Kenneth Gladney” you get nothing but old articles and I have been unable to get any current information on what is happening on his court case.
Is anyone seeing this too or am I just not researching this properly?
I would interested in any and all comments on this.
Actually, I run into white people everyday who don’t act white enough, or white at all for that matter. Forced diversity has created a new group of super ghetto trash that sickens me.
I love going to the grocery store and hearing a young white cashier talk in ghetto accent to a black person and then talk in actual English to me. Makes me laugh and cry at the same time.
Missouri NAACP has a web site with a “contact us” button. I just used it.
White LOL Hey NAACP Mental Cripples look at the Whitey Reverend Wright!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Just one of a huge number of examples I have seen lately of the simmering rage on both sides of the racial divide in this country.
It won’t take much to kick off the festivities, and when it finally happens, and it will, there will be blood in the streets.
Civil War 2.
no kidding. I wonder how many of them even know who Uncle Tom is.
Interesting how some people on UrbanDictionary.com defined “Uncle Tom”
Uncle Tom 1477 up, 614 down
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A black man who will do anything to stay in good standing with “the white man” including betray his own people
Leroy is such an Uncle Tom; he told the boss I took a 2 hour lunch; I had to go see my baby momma
by Kimdiggity Jun 10, 2003 share this
2. Uncle Tom 1683 up, 892 down
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Uncle Tom is a term used by black people to try to convince other black people that working, education, living well, and setting a good example for their children is selling out.
“De Shawn got a job? At Ameritech? He’s a Tom”
by Pud Jun 21, 2005 share this
Funny how "Uncle Tom, a fictional character who saved two runaway slaves and was tortured to death for it by the plantation owner's black slave overseers" didn't make the cut.
Imagine that, the NAACP not supporting the legal rights of a black man.
It’s the NAALCP, just like it’s the NOLW. These are leftist organizations first and ONLY. The black/female parts only exist if those they defend or speak for are also leftists.
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