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« on: August 24, 2010, 09:27:06 am »

NAACP Resolution Designed to Wreck Tea Party Movement by Playing Race Card

Kurt Nimmo
July 13, 2010

Before Obama was selected to be the next front man for the ruling elite, we said race would be used to shut down any opposition to government. During the NAACP convention this week, that is precisely what is happening.

NAACP president Ben Jealous accuses the Tea Party movement of
racism (see video below).

During its annual convention in St. Louis, the NAACP will consider a resolution that will “repudiate the racism of the Tea Parties” and stand against the movement’s attempt to “push our country back to the pre-civil rights era,” according to Fox News.

The resolution calls on “the leadership and members of the tea party to recognize the historic and present racist factions within it and to repudiate those factions,” and says the movement has opposed government programs that help working people and people of color, NAACP spokeswoman Leila McDowell told the Washington Post.

The highly factionalized Tea Party movement uniformly opposes record deficits and a national debt designed to destroy the nation. According to the Treasury Department, the deficit stood at $94.3 billion in June. For the fiscal year to date, the budget deficit totaled $1 trillion, Bloomberg reports.

Spending for the entire government for June increased 3.2 percent from the same month a year earlier to $319.5 billion, according to Bloomberg. Spending by the Defense Department year to date rose to $499.1 billion from $472.8 billion in 2009. Outlays by the Social Security Administration increased to $564.2 billion for the fiscal year to date from $544.7 billion. Spending by the Department of Health and Human Services, which administers the Medicare and Medicaid programs, climbed to $631.4 billion.

On March 20, Democrats and the corporate media launched a misleading propaganda offensive claiming Tea Party protesters in Washington spat on Missouri Democrat Emanuel Cleaver and hurled racial epithets at members of the Congressional Black Caucus as they walked to the Capitol to cast a vote on Obama’s authoritarian health care bill.

In fact, as reported after Cleaver and others accused the Tea Party of racism, the spitting incident never occurred. The “N” word cannot be heard (see videos here) during the confrontation in opposition to Obamacare. Democrats invented the incident and the corporate media has used it repeatedly since to denounce and discredit the popular Tea Party movement.

Democrat operatives and other miscreants have infiltrated Tea Party rallies around the country with racist and other provocative placards designed to discredit the movement. In April of 2009, in San Antonio, Texas, a man with a “Save White America” placard was outed as a racist provocateur.

In April of this year, Jason Levin of Portland, Oregon, launched a website with the explicit purpose of crashing to Tea Party movement.

Levin encouraged people to “dismantle and demolish” the Tea Party movement he declared consists of “racists, homophobes, and morons.” Levin admitted his purpose was to “disrupt and derail” the movement. The FBI used similar language when it created COINTELPRO to destroy the civil rights and anti-war movements in the 1960s and 70s.

The establishment media will naturally provide the NAACP resolution with plenty of coverage and attempt to further the agenda of the ruling elite to destroy the movement with innuendo and lies at all cost. MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann wasted little time exploiting the NAACP vote (see video below) to assert the movement is chock full of racists.

The effort is likely to fail miserably. In late 2009, it was reported that the Tea Party movement boasts higher favorability ratings than either the Democratic or Republican parties, according to a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll. In fact, so popular are the political ideas of the Tea Party movement — less government, lower taxes, and constitutional values — the Republican party has engaged in a concerted [and largely successful] effort to take over the movement.

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