Skip to comments.Black conservative leaders discuss how the NRA was created to protect freed slaves
Posted on 02/08/2014 3:32:09 AM PST by chicagolady
Black leaders Discuss Gun Control and the Constitution. Wake up call!!
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Most have thier bread buttered by zippy so they tend to lean in this direction, those who speak the truth are still uncle toms
LAID (Legally Armed In Detroit) Celebrates Black History Month: General Laney
This is incredible, people who dare to teach history as it actually happened and who are wide awake.
I haven’t been to the site recently, but last year The Black Republicans site had a lot of history on it....and gave Conservatives the credit for their freedoms and civil rights....exposing some of the former Democrats that opposed them. Those may still be there.
I challenged them to not take my word for it, but to look it up. Several actually did. Despite this, most of the class (mixed races) is still experiencing severe dissonance.
That is sad. All the money we spend on education and yet our kids can get all the way to college before anyone teaches them the truth.
I will never forget this quote from General Laney from about twenty five years past.
“When someone burns a cross on your lawn, the best firehose is an AK-47!”-General Laney
Gun laws were born of racism.
In 1927 Detroit, Dr Ossian Sweet (A black man) was acquitted of murdering a white man who had attacked Sweet’s home as part of a white mob intent on driving Sweet out of “their” neighborhood.
Within weeks legislation started to appear in Lansing calling for various forms of gun control and within a few months county gun boards were created which excluded blacks near exclusively.
They behaved exactly like the Trayvonites.
Gee why don’t we hear about folks like these in the MSM?
I’ll bet that the Black Chamber of Commerce is not a proponent of amnesty.
The best way to subjugate people is to take away their ability to defend themselves.