Skip to comments.Harry Reid Cites "Lincoln" And "Django Unchained" At Rosa Parks Ceremony
Posted on 02/27/2013 11:40:12 AM PST by drpix
The Senate majority leader said, It's significant that 150 years after President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, we are still considering in film, in photo, in art, and activism how to eradicate slavery's unsavory successors. Reid was speaking at a ceremony unveiling Rosa Parks' statue in the Capitol...
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Merriam-Webster Dictionary: "successor: one that follows; especially: one who succeeds to a throne, title, estate, or office."
Who are the Americans that Harry Reid is "considering...how to eradicate?" Could it be the same Americans that he and his party are trying to disarm?
Did Senator “Mob-Connected” Harry Reid deliver his speech in a negro dialect?
For those who do not know, Harry Reid is of the breakaway Salt Lake Sect of mormonism founded by Young.
“how to eradicate slavery’s unsavory successors”
Well, in the context of “Django”, I guess the answer would be to shoot all the white people.
***”...we are still considering in film, in photo, in art, and activism how to eradicate slavery’s unsavory successors.***
Lincoln unlocked the chains, but the slaves refused to unshackle them, preferring Massa’s plantation to the freedom of the real world.
Thank you for posting this since the lionization of many of these so-called "civil rights" icons conveniently overlooks the reality. At worst, the tentacles of communism was intertwined with the disruptive leftist agitators, including the notorious Highlander School. At best, so much of what happened was staged as was the case with this carefully orchestrated Rosa Parks "spontaneous" incident in which Martin Luther King, Jr. played his part in this choreographed drama.
And lest we forget, the "Reverend" King rarely preached the actual Gospel of the Bible since the vast majority of his sermons were focused on the false doctrine of social justice. Likewise, King's last action in Memphis of 1968 wasn't to instruct on Christ's plan of salvation but to the advance the cause of an destructive, far-left government union, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).
The one black of history who rightly deserves recognition for his part in racial healing is Booker T. Washington. But like other Conservatives of his complexion, such as Clarence Thomas and Allen West, they are dismissed as Uncle Toms or oreos. These are the authentic heroes but they are swept under the rug by the communist-inspired "leaders" of today: Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Lil' Skippy Gates and the rest of that rogue's gallery of race hustlers.
Reid is the 2nd biggest moron in politics, after Biden.
This is what happens when you get young, hip, cool people to write your speeches for you, instead of actually having enough integrity to say what you believe in.
“Slavery’s Unsavory Successors” used to be, still are and will continue to be DEMOCRATS..
and also control any blacks, asians and hispanics stupid enough to have not learned any HISTORY..
Not that american high schools even teach history anymore..
The teacher unions are seditious and malefactors of the highest degree..
with the Police and Firefighter Unions not far behind..
Considering how they treat those who try to think for themselves, the successor to the institute of slavery would be the political patronage of the Democrat Party.
Thank you, thank you, thank you. Americans are completely unaware of the “put-up job” this was, and that Parks was no mere humble seamstress who was just too tired to move. People are completely unaware of the communist connections of many of the “Civil Rights” players. The communists latched onto race as an avenue to undermine American institutions and they’re still doing it to this day.
I remember the black man who bragged about being “the one who robbed Rosa Parks” when he was caught later while robbing a church. He broke into her house, asked if she was Rosa Parks, and proceeded to beat and rob her.
thank you for a fascinating read!
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