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Sunday, 28 February 2010

Racist 'Operation Black Vote' welcome Jesse Jackson

Jesse Jackson has followed Al Sharpton on a visit to the U.K to encourage Black people to vote. He told OBV Blog that moves to publish a Black Manifesto shortly were “good for the healing of the whole nation” because the lesson from the civil rights struggle was that when you help the segregated you also help the segregators.

What is he talking about? What exactly is a black manifesto? And why do the racist OBV love the failed presidential nominee Jesse Jackson so much?


Lets look at some of Jackson's history

Don't forget me...I have a dream too.

When King was assassinated on April 4, 1968, in Memphis, Tennessee, the day after his famous "I’ve been to the mountaintop" speech at the Mason Temple, Jackson was in the parking lot one floor below. Jackson's appearance on NBC's Today Show, wearing the same blood-stained turtleneck that he had worn the day before, drew criticism from several King aides; some King associates also dispute Jackson's description of his personal involvement and also of the sequence of events surrounding the assassination.

Beginning in 1968, Jackson increasingly clashed with Ralph Abernathy, King's successor as chairman of SCLC. In December, 1971, they had a complete falling out. Abernathy suspended Jackson for “administrative improprieties and repeated acts of violation of organizational policy.” Jackson resigned, called together his allies, and Operation PUSH was born during the same month. The new group was organized in the home of Dr. T.R.M. Howard who also became a member of the board of directors and chair of the finance committee.

In 1995, Jackson made headlines again when he wrote to the Fox network protesting an episode of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers in which one protagonist, the "White Ranger," appeared to extol the virtues of "White Power". Jackson later retracted his statement, but Fox nonetheless censored the line in future airings.


Remarks about Jews

Jackson used "Hymies" to mean Jews and "Hymietown" to mean New York City while talking with the Washington Post reporter Milton Coleman in January 1984. Jackson denied making the remarks and then said Jews were conspiring against him. When he finally did acknowledge that it was wrong to use the term, he said he did so in private to a reporter. Finally, Jackson apologized during a speech before national Jewish leaders in a Manchester, New Hampshire synagogue, but continuing suspicions have led to an enduring split between Jackson and many Jews.

Note: Operation Black vote want everyone to get involved apart from the indigenous British and Jews.



It becomes clear why OBV are so fond of Jesse Jackson when you look at his presidential campaign platform.


Presidential Platform

In both races, Jackson ran on what many considered to be a very liberal platform. Declaring that he wanted to create a "Rainbow Coalition" of various minority groups, including African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Arab-Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans, family farmers, the poor and working class, and homosexuals, as well as European American progressives who fit into none of those categories, (straight white men and women not required) Jackson ran on a platform that included:

Giving reparations to descendants of black slaves (great way to fix race relations in America)

Ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment (more affirmative action)

Supporting the formation of a Palestinian state. (No mention of an Israel state)

One wonders if Simon Wholley (Head of OBV) supports reparations for slave descendants?




2008 presidential election

In March 2007, Jackson declared his support for then-Senator Barack Obama in the 2008 democratic primaries. Jackson later criticized Barack Obama in 2007 for "acting like he's white," in response to the Jena 6 beating case.

On July 6, 2008, during an interview with Fox News, a microphone picked up Jackson whispering to fellow guest Dr. Reed Tuckson:"See, Barack's been, ahh, talking down to black people on this faith-based... I want to cut his nuts out." Jackson was expressing his disappointment in Obama's Father's Day speech chastisement of Black fathers. Only a portion of Jackson's comments were released on video. A spokesman for Fox News stated that Jackson had "referred to blacks with the N-word" in his comments about Obama; Fox News did not release the entire video or a complete transcript of his comments. Subsequent to his Fox News interview, Jackson apologized and reiterated his support for Obama.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesse_Jackson

Clearly OBV is an anti white, hypocritical organisation. It is no wonder they have put a halo above Jesse Jackson's head. Strange they are silent on Obama these days. Could it be they are secretly critical of him? Do they agree with Jesse Jackson's comment "He's acting like he's white"?

OBV is a apparatus to demoralize and antagonize the indigenous British. It's about time we made our voices heard, and demand the end of this organisation and others like it.

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