NAACP Planning To Give Awards To At Least Two Democratic Party Racists Next Month

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The press will of course only talk about the racist whose skin color is white. Not the one who promotes ethnic violence.

in August 1991, a Jewish driver accidentally ran over a 7-year old black boy named Gavin Cato in Crown Heights, Brooklyn and an anti-Semitic riot broke out in which Jewish rabbinical scholar Yankel Rosenbaum was stabbed to death. Instead of calling for calm, Sharpton incited the rioters, leading marches in the streets that included chants of “No Justice, No Peace!” and “Kill the Jews!”

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17 Responses to NAACP Planning To Give Awards To At Least Two Democratic Party Racists Next Month

  1. bobmaginnis says:

    Meet Al Sharpton, “Confidential Informant No. 7.” The longtime agitator, civil-rights activist and TV host was exposed Monday as an alleged former key FBI informant whose tips helped take down some of the biggest names in New York Mafia history.

    http://nypost.com/2014/04/07/al-sharpton-secretly-worked-as-an-fbi-mob-informant-report/

    And in 2004, Sharpton appeared to be working for the Republicans:
    Roger Stone, the longtime Republican dirty-tricks operative who led the mob that shut down the Miami-Dade County recount and helped make George W. Bush president in 2000, is financing, staffing, and orchestrating the presidential campaign of Reverend Al Sharpton.

    http://www.villagevoice.com/2004-01-27/news/sleeping-with-the-gop/full/

    • _Jim says:

      What!!? Nothing about Tawana Brawley?

      Once again, bobmaginnis gives us only HALF the story …

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      Al Sharpton’s Long Bill of Goods, From Tawana Brawley to Primetime

      The Tawana Brawley case that captivated New York in the late eighties is a shocking reminder of the toxic mix racial exploitation and personal ambition can produce. The New York Times and Retroreport.org have just released a new 15-minute documentary on the despicable hoax, which should be required viewing for the NBC News executives who are heavily invested in rehabilitating a key culprit of this loathsome episode: the Rev. Al Sharpton.

      Brawley was 15 years old in 1987, when she was found in her hometown of Wappingers Falls, New York, with “Bitch,” “KKK,” and “Nigger” written on her stomach, her jeans burnt in the crotch, feces in her hair, and her tennis shoes sliced open. She said that she had been abducted and raped by a group of white men.

      A trio of increasingly prominent, and radical, New York City black activists represented her and her family: attorneys Alton Maddox and C. Vernon Mason and the Rev. Al Sharpton. Brawley told them said that a cop had been one of her attackers, and Sharpton named that officer as Harry Crist Jr., a police officer from a nearby town who had committed suicide shortly after Brawley was found. Sharpton also named a local prosecutor, Steven Pagones, as one of the attackers. He offered no proof.

      Gov. Mario Cuomo dispatched a veteran prosecutor, Jack Ryan, to handle the case. Brawley and her advisers refused to cooperate in any way with Ryan and his team. “That was the decision of the lawyers,” Sharpton says defensively in the Times interview. When asked why Brawley’s team would not meet with New York State Attorney General Robert Abrams, Sharpton said it would be “like asking someone who watched someone killed in the gas chamber to sit down with Mr. Hitler.” Sharpton later accused Ryan of kicking a blind man in a scuffle with demonstrators. Ryan was nowhere near the scene.

      After a six-month investigation a grand jury found that the entire episode had been a hoax, with Brawley having defaced herself to avoid the wrath of her stepfather after staying out late to visit a boyfriend.

      Subsequently, both of her attorneys had their law licenses revoked (Mason for unrelated reasons) and Sharpton was found guilty of defamation in a lawsuit brought by prosecutor Steven Pagones, who quickly had been able to establish he had been nowhere near the scene of the alleged crime.

      The Times documentary shows a wild-eyed Sharpton responding indignantly to a reporter’s question of what proof he had of the policeman’s guilt: “I have Tawana Brawley’s words,” he sneers.

      Instead of apologizing, Sharpton still asserts, a quarter century later, that he deserves credit for standing by the teen, asserting darkly in the Times documentary, “something happened.”

      The Brawley case inflamed racial tensions in America and left victims like the falsely accused Pagones in its wake. But it helped launch Sharpton’s career. Instead of an isolated incident of bad judgment and hysteria, Sharpton’s behavior in the Brawley case is part of a life-long pattern.

      Sharpton was a key player inflaming the 1991 Crown Heights riots following the death of a young African-American who was hit by an ambulance driven by a Hasidic driver. Sharpton called Jews “diamond merchants” with “the blood of innocent babies” on their hands. A mob subsequently attacked and murdered an innocent Hasidic Jewish student visiting from Australia. (Twenty-five years later, he wrote a mealy-mouthed not-quite apology for his rhetoric.)

      A few years later, an African-American Pentecostal church asked a Jewish tenant of a church-owned property, Freddie Fashion’s Mart, to evict one of his subtenants, an African-American-run record store. Sharpton led protests crying, “We will not stand by and allow them to move this brother so that some white interloper can expand his business.” One of the protesters attacked Freddie Fashion Mart, shot several customers, and started a fire that killed seven employees.

      There are a lot of angry, twisted individuals in America and Sharpton is hardly alone in having spent decades vomiting hate, leaving innocent victims in his wake. What distinguishes Sharpton is the willingness of powerful people and organizations to look past the hate when they believe it may benefit them.

      The Democratic Party and its candidates for president in 2004 were perfectly content to have Sharpton appear in presidential debates. Not one candidate called Sharpton out for his outrageous history of hate.

      And today one of the great American news organizations, NBC News, is spending millions of dollars to rehabilitate and promote Al Sharpton. Americans have been pretty good at sniffing out and discarding haters, but here is Al Sharpton on NBC and MSNBC being promoted as a credible source of information. Sharpton has gone from manipulating the news with vile accusations to delivering the news for NBC. When the Boston-bombing story broke, there was Al Sharpton delivering breaking news for MSNBC.

      “You would think that if he sold you such a terrible bill of goods for such a giant story that dominated the news for such a long time,” says former Village Voice journalist Wayne Barrett in the Times documentary, speaking to his journalist brethren, “that you would not show up at his next news conference with a camera.”

      NBC has gone far beyond showing up. They have made the ethical and news judgment that Al Sharpton should be a credible news source for Americans. They have the right to make that decision, but what about the reason?

      Here’s a simple test that doesn’t involve market research or complicated board meetings. If you are an NBC exec and have kids, sit down with them and watch the Times documentary on Tawana Brawley. And when your kids ask why your colleague Al Sharpton is working for NBC, you can explain to them why everything you’ve tried to teach them about honesty, fair play, and decency is wrong and Al Sharpton is right.

      Good luck.

    • _Jim says:

      BTW, bobmaginnis, any word on what it was the feds had on Rev. Al Sharpton to make him turn into a stoolie, a rat, informing on anyone and everyone he came in contact with?

      Drugs? Slave trade? Income tax evasion? Insurrection? Child porn production?

      What?

    • Jl says:

      “The mob that shut down the Miami-Dade recount and helped make Bush the president.” And here I thought it was the Supreme Court that said recount all counties, not just the ones Gore wanted. Anyway, if Gore had won his home state of Tennessee, Florida wouldn’t have mattered. Lost Clinton’s home state of Arkansas, also. There’s your reason why EGore lost.

      • _Jim says:

        JI, you just don’t get it! It was the Supreme court that gave Bush the election. Everybody knows that. It’s fact – known fact! Just look it up! From dKos, DemUnderground, HuffPo, to MSNBC hosts, just choose your source!

        /bobmaginnis logic and reasoning

  2. omanuel says:

    Is there Divine humor in message on humility in The World’s Greatest Joke . . .

    that began in 1945 when frightened world leaders decided to save the world from nuclear annihilation by hiding the source of energy that destroyed Hiroshima . . .

    Neutron Repulsion, the source of energy in the core of the Sun that:

    1. Made our elements
    2. Birthed the solar system
    3. Sustained the origin and evolution of life
    4. Controls over every atom, life and world in the solar system today, and
    5. Certainly controls the changing climate on the water-covered planet that orbits one astronautical unit (1 AU) away.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Chapter_2.pdf

  3. _Jim says:

    “SNITCH” MANAGEMENT — LOOKING AT INFORMANTS THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

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    Confidential informants are like the black hole of the criminal justice system.

    - Ellen Yashefsky, Benjamin Cardozo Law School, quoted in Aubrey Fox, “Delving the Murky World of Police Informants,” Gotham Gazette, February 20, 2008.

    It is rarely possible to guess accurately from what corner the informer will emerge. For this reason, a delicate relationship, little understood by the public, exists between law enforcement officials and individual members of the underworld. These men we hunt down are always possible allies who may come over to our side for some consideration of sentence, for some promise to protect their wife or family. My attitude has been to use any means available to cut narcotic violations to a minimum, and where criminals or addicts will cooperate with us to that end I will deal with them…Whether he comes voluntarily or because he is shown that it is his best way out, whether it is a one-time deal or a source of inside information that may continue for months, the informer provides the solution for ninety-five percent not only of narcotic offenses but of all types of crime.

    - Harry J. Anslinger and Will Orsler, The Murderers (New York: Avon Books, 1961), pp. 121-122.

    Informants are more than mere witnesses to crime and are less than law enforcement officers.

    - John Madinger, Confidential Informant: Law Enforcement’s Most Valuable Tool (Washington, DC: CRC Press, 2000), p. 12.

    “No informant, no case.”

    That aphorism has become almost universally accepted among investigators of racketeering and drug crimes. But some doubt it.

    Harry J. Anslinger believed in the value of informants, as the quote above demonstrates.

    Anslinger — the other J. Edgar Hoover — was the first Commissioner of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Narcotics. Although the rap is variously pinned on Richard Nixon or Ronald Reagan, Anslinger was the original architect of the American war on drugs. Some of his prose on the evils of marijuana is … entertaining … to say the least. (“Google” him if you are interested. This is a more or less family-friendly blog.)

    Every street cop, federal agent, and prosecutor battling the toxic corrosion of the illegal drug trade–and its local retailers, street gangs–also knows the value of the informant.

    ‘’The big secret of detective work is that you’ve got to get somebody else to tell you what happened,’’ NYPD Lt. John Cornicello told The New York Times in 2006.

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    MORE – see link above

  4. _Jim says:

    Secret Justice: Criminal Informants and America’s Underground Legal System
    by Alexandra Natapoff

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    I. Introduction

    Although it is almost invisible to the public, the use of criminal informants is everywhere in the U.S. justice system. From street corners to jails to courthouses to prisons, every year the government negotiates thousands of deals with criminal offenders in which suspects can avoid arrest or punishment in exchange for information. These deals typically take place off-the-record, subject to few rules and little oversight. While criminal informants—sometimes referred to as “snitches”—can be important investigative tools, using them has some serious costs: informants often continue to commit crimes, while the information they provide is infamously unreliable. Taken together, these facts make snitching an impor-tant and problematic aspect of the way America does justice.

    When police rely on criminal informants, innocent people can pay a heavy price. Acting on a bad tip from a local drug dealer-turned-informant, Atlanta police sought a no-knock warrant for the home of Mrs. Kathryn Johnston. In order to get the warrant, the officers invented an imaginary snitch, telling the magistrate judge that a non-existent “reliable confidential informant” had bought crack at Mrs. Johnston’s home. While executing the warrant on November 21, 2006, police shot and killed the 92-year-old grandmother.

    Criminal informants often continue to commit crimes while working for the government. [I wonder if Al Sharpton fell into this category]

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    MORE – see link above

  5. _Jim says:

    Five Families of New York City, List of NY Mafia Rats/Snitches/Informants/Turncoats

    No mention of Sharpton on this list; not sure into which ‘family’ he would fit, perhaps …

    .

  6. _Jim says:

    Perhaps the pièce de résistance –

    Ex-NY Cop Bo Dietl: Informant Sharpton Known as ‘Fat Rat’

    Former NYPD detective Bo Dietl told Fox News on Tuesday the Rev. Al Sharpton was known as “the fat rat” — and that the MSNBC host had likely been turned into an FBI informer after he was filmed allegedly trying to buy cocaine. …

  7. Justa Joe says:

    Donating the dough and then receiving an NAACP award is kinda like buying an AlGore carbon credit.

  8. philjourdan says:

    Kind of redundant saying “liberal” and “racist”. Every time you find a racist, it turns out they are liberal.

  9. matayaya says:

    You aging, white guy cranks have a totally distorted view of American history. You don’t have a clue about what slavery was all about. You think that is just a faded footnote of American history. You can’t be a racist if you don’t come from the dominant, entitled class.

    • Justa Joe says:

      Are you strying to abet racial strife? Your concept is so absurd it seems that the only reason for posting it is to get people riled up.

      If a racial minority hits somebody over the head with a brick motivated by racial reasons it’s not racism, but if a white skin head hits a racial minority over the head with a brick it is racism even if the skin head is just as broke and dienfranchised as the minority?

      #1 Doesn’t that diminish the humanity of the racial minority because it implies that he’s not capable of acting on his own free will? His actions are forever only dictated by the machinations of the white powers?

      #2 Does it hurt any less if you’re a white guy getting hit over the head.

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