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Muslims' and blacks' 'oppression' racket

Muslims’ and blacks’ ‘oppression’ racket
by Erik Rush
Posted: June 10, 2010
1:00 am Eastern

© 2010
For centuries, it has been Muslims’ standard operating procedure to build mosques in the places of conquered enemies’ razed churches, temples, government buildings, palaces, etc. This bit of historical trivia and its implications are not being reported by the establishment press, however. It has been left for others to call the mosque slated to be built within a stone’s throw of Ground Zero in New York City what it is: a massive wad of germy, gelatinous phlegm launched directly into America’s face.
Last month, when they should have been beaten in the street for even considering the approval of the mosque’s construction, New York City’s Community Board 1 unanimously approved the plan for Cordoba House, a 15-story “mosque, museum and cultural center.” Apparently, the duplicitous Imam Feisal Abdula Rauf (a principal of the Cordoba Initiative) managed to convince the Manhattan intellectuals on the Board that this effort will help to “heal” the rift between Muslims and New Yorkers.
Sort of like erecting a statue of Adolf Hitler in Tel Aviv might have improved the relationship between Germans and Jews in the late 1940s, I suppose. Rauf is also a member of the Free Gaza Movement, which helped bankroll the flotilla intercepted by the Israeli navy on May 31.
On June 6, author/activist Pamela Geller, director of Stop the Islamization of America, appeared on CNN with Muslim journalist Ahmed Soliman to discuss the local uproar that arose following the city’s approval of the project. As Gellar calmly explained what an affront this disgrace would be and why, the insipid CNN anchorette absolutely could not restrain herself from defending the scheme and repeatedly interrupting Geller. The smarmy Soliman obviously knew he was in a friendly country.
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Americans are not being informed of the fact that it is Islamic practice to build over “conquered territory” as well as lie to infidels, much in the same way a law-enforcement official might lie to a seasoned criminal during an interrogation; in the case of jihad, this sort of action is considered quite moral.
Moderate-appearing Muslim leaders lie regarding their radical intentions, and Americans buy it because CNN anchorettes tell them to – much in the same way they habitually misrepresent subversive machinations in general these days.
Meanwhile, there is a symposium being organized by the New Black Panther Party, some of its satellite organizations and old-school black radicals for this fall in New York – this, of course, unless they all manage to gun each other down in the interim. At first blush, I’m sure many a reader will muse as to why an outfit such as the New Black Panther Party (whose slogan is “Freedom or Death”) even exists, but it does.
“The 2010 Black Power Convention” will be put down as political eccentricity to some, but it represents a potent anti-American, anti-white and anti-Semitic creed that is more dangerous in some ways than the 1960s brand of radical black nationalism. Given the duration and consistency of the “black oppression” message as it has been advanced by career civil-rights activists since desegregation, many blacks – particularly young ones – are even more cynical and jaded today vis-à-vis their future, their place in America and whites than were their grandparents.
Malik Zulu Shabazz, national chairman of the New Black Panther Party, and “Minister” Hashim Nzinga, the party’s national chief of staff, are advertised as “the conveners” of this event. Neither of these gentlemen – and I use the term loosely – appears old enough to have experienced any meaningful instances of racism in America, yet their rhetoric more than suggests that blacks are in imminent danger of outright enslavement once again.
So, what’s the tie-in between a proposed mosque in New York and an NBPP hate-fest in the fall?
Well, when superstar athletes are paid tens of millions, or even hundreds of millions of dollars in endorsements by multi-billion dollar merchandisers, people ask in astonishment how these corporations can justify bestowing such princely sums upon these people.

We all niggas now!

We all niggas now!
By Erik Rush
Posted: June 24, 2010
1:00 am Eastern

© 2010
On a recent visit to New York, I had occasion to attend services at a predominantly black church. It boasts a very large congregation (well, it has a large congregation; they don’t necessarily boast about it, but you know what I’m getting at), and I surmise that those congregants and members who are not black attend due to the overwhelmingly positive energy there. Race, as it has come to be understood in America, is simply not a significant issue.
This church and its pastor are well-known in ecumenical circles, some would even go as far as to say famous. I am preserving their anonymity here because I wouldn’t want anyone there to catch flak for associating with an infamous “race traitor,” the label some in the black community insist upon ascribing to me and other black conservatives.
In any case, the service was spectacular; the band and choir were magnificent. Their pastor, an extremely well-educated and spirit-filled gentleman, delivered a moving and uplifting sermon. I dare say it was inspired.
Nowhere in the sermon did I hear the phrase “social justice,” however, nor witness any meanderings into the realm of black victimization or white oppressors. In fact, the only reference to race at all was an offhanded remark concerning people of color developing an increasing amount of economic power, which is certainly true.
It’s quite a different tune form the message that is being delivered in churches that espouse social justice and Black Liberation Theology, which I have asserted are apostasy. Such constructs are Marxist in nature and were contrived by far-left radicals to indoctrinate Christians into a subverted version of Christianity. One must consider the pre-eminence of Christians in America to understand this political imperative.
In my book, “Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal – America’s Racial Obsession,” I point out that the protocol executed by the Left toward compromising the social and cultural viability of black Americans is identical to that which was later (and is currently being) used to transform the rest of America into a society sufficiently hedonistic, ignorant, dependent and deluded that it might be easily and effectively hoodwinked into voting away its liberties.
This has very nearly occurred. Due in part to certain sensibilities circumscribed in my book, as well as stellar marketing, propaganda and a complicit press, Americans reflexively cast votes for a dedicated communist as president of the United States. Every facet of Barack Obama’s presidency – his Cabinet, proposals, policies and machinations – smack of old-school Marxist dogma combined with ’60s radicalism. Every move appears to be calculated to compromise America economically, politically and socially.

This appearance is with good reason, because indeed every move is calculated to compromise America economically, politically and socially. This has resulted in a popular backlash that is being addressed by the president’s supporters on many fronts as – you guessed it – racism.
As has become clear to millions of Americans, since the end of the civil-rights movement, issues of racial tension and cultural balkanization have never been about Americans being incapable of peacefully coexisting. They have been about weakening our perception of ourselves as Americans, thus resulting in squabbling amongst ourselves, rather than addressing our common enemy (the political Left) and being ripe for the aforementioned hoodwinking.
This emerging clarity, if you will, has led to more Americans becoming engaged with each passing week, because they can now see that the crises held before them have been nothing but smoke. Race is not an issue for most Americans, and they’ve learned that it really isn’t much of an issue to the political Left either, despite the inordinate emphasis placed on it for the last several decades.
For all practical purposes, our neighbors have realized that in our leaders’ eyes, “we all niggas now!”
Erik Rush is a columnist and author of sociopolitical fare. His latest book is “Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal – America’s Racial Obsession.” In 2007, he was the first to give national attention to the story of Sen. Barack Obama’s ties to militant Chicago preacher Rev. Jeremiah Wright, initiating a media feeding frenzy. Erik has appeared on Fox News’ “Hannity and Colmes,” CNN, and is a veteran of numerous radio appearances. He is the author of several books; his latest, “Annexing Mexico: Solving the Border Problem Through Annexation and Assimilation”, was a 2007 New York Book Festival winner in the “Best Nonfiction” category.

It's the sabotage, stupid!

It’s the sabotage, stupid!
By Erik Rush
Posted: June 17, 2010
1:00 am Eastern

© 2010
This is really getting a little tedious.
Along with millions of Americans, on Tuesday night, I watched President Obama’s Oval Office address to the nation on the subject of the Gulf oil spill and the “multitude of challenges” our nation currently faces. I happened to be in the “green room” of a network-news studio with a bunch of pro analysts; the opportunity to gauge their reactions proved quite valuable.
Of course, I already have a good idea of what average Americans are thinking (as opposed to pro analysts); I hear from them all the time. And it wasn’t long at all before the American people – in interviews, the blogosphere and messages to their favorite pundits – began delivering their own analysis. This, not surprisingly, was very similar to what I had heard from the pros – prior to their having even hit the airwaves.
The American people – like me and those celebrated analysts – believe that Obama is simply using the Gulf oil-spill crisis to further his agenda, that being the comprehensive government takeover of as many areas of the private sector as possible and implementing big-government collectivism. Some call this communism.
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Although the president appears to be ignoring what the capriciousness of his actions suggests, it was not difficult for even the least attentive viewer of his speech to discern that his plan to create additional bureaucracy to oversee the oil industry, penalize British Petroleum for its part in the crisis and tout alternative energy solutions is merely a tissue-thin ruse for exploiting the situation toward further advancement of his malevolent program.
We can’t afford not to change how we produce and use energy. …
– President Obama, June 15
I was almost shocked that Obama stooped to employing this overused multilevel marketer’s platitude as part of his rationale. Well, we did ask for transparency, and Tuesday night’s oratory was about as transparent as this president is going to get. His hawking the necessity for America to begin the wholesale use of inefficient, expensive alternative energy sources was clearly Obama-speak for passing cap-and-trade, which promises to do for America what it did for Europe – transfer massive amounts of taxpayer wealth to governments and their chosen energy-industry bed buddies for a hundred years to come.
The transition to clean energy has the potential to grow our economy and create millions of good, middle-class jobs. …
– President Obama, June 15
The president is well aware that this statement is rubbish. The so-called transition to clean energy has the potential to create millions of government jobs for former ACORN employees and volunteers, and other individuals of their questionable character, and little more than this in the short term.

With each of Obama’s speeches and each action that appears imprudent, his poll numbers drop. Every time it is reported that yet another health-care-reform perk has fallen apart behind the scenes, his numbers drop a little more. More and more Americans are finding it hard to hang on to his flimsy substance. Unlike Bill Clinton – who lived and died by polls – however, this doesn’t seem to matter to Obama.
Well, I have said it before, but it bears reiteration. Serving the American people is the furthest thing from this administration’s collective mind. We’re dealing with a bunch that creates crises, exploits crises and has been working toward the fall of the republic since their youth. Discounting their capitalizing on tragic (but timely) occurrences, it’s pretty much sabotage. Pointing out this president’s ineptitude, or his failure to be “a leader” and act before the Gulf crisis was 60 days out, is pretty much specious.
I don’t think the Deepwater Horizon oil rig itself was sabotaged to cause this disaster – but it has no doubt been perceived as most convenient by the administration. The hitch is that, unless Obama plans to seize power through a coup, Americans are already so disgusted with him that they’re likely to be ready to run him out of Washington on a rail by November 2010, let alone 2012.
So, while visions of cars from “The Jetsons” dance in some Americans’ heads, let us remain focused on communicating to our neighbors what this administration is really about and doing our part to derail the obscenity that is cap-and-trade.


Erik Rush is a columnist and author of sociopolitical fare. His latest book is “Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal – America’s Racial Obsession.” In 2007, he was the first to give national attention to the story of Sen. Barack Obama’s ties to militant Chicago preacher Rev. Jeremiah Wright, initiating a media feeding frenzy. Erik has appeared on Fox News’ “Hannity and Colmes,” CNN, and is a veteran of numerous radio appearances. He is the author of several books; his latest, “Annexing Mexico: Solving the Border Problem Through Annexation and Assimilation”, was a 2007 New York Book Festival winner in the “Best Nonfiction” category.

Erik Rush

Erik Rush was born in New York City on January 1, 1961, the first child of a white father and black mother. For many years his family lived in the same neighborhood as Betty Shabazz (Malcolm X’s widow) and her children. His mother also founded a prominent African dance and drum troupe in New York; thus, Erik grew up keenly aware of the unfolding cultural issues of the day.
From 1975 to 1985, Erik worked as a studio, club, and stage musician and in biomedical research. In 1986, he relocated to Colorado and became a Christian in 1989. In 1996, one of his short stories won a Chrysalis first place award for short fiction; in 2002 his novel, “The Angels Fell,” was released.
Having been cognizant of sociopolitical issues since his youth, as he wrote, Erik began to lean toward expression of his beliefs concerning the mind- and spirit-stultifying developments and conventions that he saw in America.
Erik is currently a contributor of social commentary to and various other print and online publications. He has appeared on Fox News, CNN, and is a veteran of innumerable radio appearances and speaking engagements. His 2007 book, “Annexing Mexico: Solving the Border Problem Through Annexation and Assimilation” was New York Book Festival winner in the “Best Nonfiction” category.
In February of 2007, Erik was the first to break the story of President (then Senator) Barack Obama’s ties to militant Chicago preacher Rev. Jeremiah Wright on a national level.
Erik has studied various Eastern philosophies, martial arts, politics, military history and business. He enjoys family time, playing music, and refinishing guitars. In addition to biomedical research, he has worked in

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