Slavery and chains in Tea Party essay
Granted these remarks aren’t from an elected official on the campaign trail, just some blogger at teaparty.org in July 2010 (on page 250 of their archives) So the uproar from the right over the use of a slavery reference in political speech is apparently a recent development.
A few confused Black groups tell you ‘the white man is our enemy’ when it is a small befuddled raiment of the Black community. These confused Black organizations have no power, if they were really honest, they would tell you they get their money from the same table they so hate, the table the white man dines at as well…
In the world of the ‘Sell Outs’ everyone is on welfare, lives in the project and eats government cheese. There is no need for education because the government will tell everyone what they need to know. There will be no need to work because the government will take care of everything. There will be no way to worship God because that gives men hope and hope is the last thing the god of Washington wants anyone to have.
The truth be told, the modern NAACP is nothing but a sock-puppet for those who drives the agenda of new slavery. This new slavery is without chains, but the Black community will be shackled never the less.