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Thursday, October 2, 2008

What's worse: Black or A-rab?

...Apparently, Barack Obama is both. Or at least on "there" side.

All mankind is from Adam and Eve, an Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab nor a non-Arab has any superiority over an Arab; also a white has no superiority over black nor a black has any superiority over white except by piety and good action.
-The Prophet Muhammad's (PBUH) Last Sermon

I place the following picture up because I want you to see how Barack Obama is just like you and I. He is a product of the United States of America. He is a family man. He shares genuwine concerns with the majority of Americans: economy, education, health care, international relations. Those issues that really matter in our current society. I encourage you to REWATCH HIS BIOGRAPHY.

We should aslo be aware of those who are ignorant. Yes, just plain ignorant. We should be aware that there are those who dislike others based upon a name, skin color, or nationality. We should be aware that there is still racism in this country and it may not be a suttle as you might think. Issues can only be addressed when they're seen as a problem.

"We want to vote for somebody with the name like Barack Hussein Obama? Why are we electing an A-rab when we're at war with Iraq and Iran??....Tell 'em about cutting his head off Sarah..."

I will leave you with the following clip in order that you may understand how to combat evil with good. How to fight ignorance with education...and lies with truth.

Warning: The following may be offensive to some...and DOES include SOME foul language towards the end of the clip.

Redneck Woman Rails on Obama - Watch more free videos


Anonymous said...

Notice that among White voters, the educated Middle class are stronger supporters of Obama than the working class.

These hillbillies are much more ignorant than the average blue collar White worker, but I think you get my point.

thelegacymaker said...


Thanks for the shout out and comments. I think once you get your laughs out at the video and watch it again for criticism, you can really see how political opinion is largely influenced by class even more than race. She even noted that race was not as much of an issue to her (even though her associates let out a few n-words).

What was more important was what she said at the end..."These Colors don't run". She probably values winning the war over a desire for social respectability, economy, or the quality of her education (if any).

She (as most all Americans) is primarily driven by what Edward Bernays calls "unconscious desires and fears" and fails to recognize those policies that directly affect her lifestyle. She goes with what "feels" or "sounds" good according to her values...and obviously Hillary made her feel independent and proud as a woman.

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