Danny Glover : Global Warming Causes Earthquakes – 2nd Amendment Was To Enslave Blacks

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19 Responses to Danny Glover : Global Warming Causes Earthquakes – 2nd Amendment Was To Enslave Blacks

  1. Streetcred says:

    Whatever gave ‘actors’ the idea that they were knowledgeable or had expertise on any thing other than ‘acting’. Ever noticed how they all have ill-informed opinions about everything that they have no idea about ? We should all do as they say … good, how about they lead by example and voluntarily pay enhanced tax on their incomes and whilst they are about it, calculate that on gross incomes before they’ve had a chance to implement their avoidance schemes. How does that feel, bloke ? What’s good for you is only good for you and nobody else … capiche, Mr Glover ?

  2. Bob Honiker says:

    Industrial grade stupid!

  3. MikeTheDenier says:

    She (Former Sec. of State Condoleezza Rice) understood this crucial benefit of the 2nd Amendment.) said she remembers her father protecting her and the rest of the family with a shotgun: “My father and his friends defended our community in 1962 and 1963 against white night-riders [by] sitting there armed. And so I’m very concerned about any abridgement of the Second Amendment.”


  4. Robertv says:

    we are gonna die tomorrow.

  5. ralphcramdo says:

    Guns didn’t stop Glover from making the four Lethal Weapon movies that were crammed with gun fire.

  6. Mike Mangan says:

    If he was any dumber they would have to water him twice a week.

  7. gator69 says:

    “This month we will examine some of the cases where Blacks used their Second Amendment right to own and carry guns to advance the cause of securing their other civil rights.

    In Monroe, North Carolina, in 1958, Mr. Robert Williams reopened a local chapter of the NAACP. He enlisted the help of Dr. Albert Perry, a physician and leader in the Black community. These two men created an active and robust local chapter of the NAACP and worked for equal rights for the Black population.

    However, Monroe was KKK country. The Klan included in its membership the sheriff, most police officers, several judges and every elected official in the county. As the Black population grew more organized the Klan became more brutal.

    Mr. Williams was a former U.S. Marine who understood that force must be met with force, so in 1960 he turned to the nation’s oldest civil rights organization for help. He applied to the National Rifle Association for a local charter. The NRA issued him the charter and supplied firearms training material.

    Officially sanctioned as the Monroe NRA Rifle Club Mr. Williams recruited other Black veterans. The group armed themselves and started training with their guns. This further infuriated the Klan but it also inflamed the white liberals who had previously supported Mr. Williams and Dr. Perry.

    The liberals were no more interested in seeing Black men exercising their Second Amendment rights than the Klan was. The White liberals were only interested in the Black population attaining some rights, not in securing the full rights afforded all free men by their creator.

    The Klan was quick to recognize that the Blacks no longer enjoyed the support of the White liberals and increased their harassment of the Black community. Armed Klansmen regularly drove through the Black section of town shooting into homes and shooting at anyone unfortunate enough to be out after dark. Frequently, these drive-by shootings were preceded by a police patrol car that scouted targets for the Klan.

    Unable to disband either the local NAACP branch or the local NRA branch, the Klan decided to mount a full, armed assault on Dr. Perry’s home. They thought they could bring down the groups by eliminating their most influential leader.

    The local NRA branch heard about the planned raid and quickly called a meeting to be held at the doctor’s house on that night. Well armed men showed up at the doctors house and prepared for the assault they knew was coming.

    When the Klan arrived, instead of finding the good doctor alone with his family they found the house fortified with sandbags and guarded by armed men who knew how to use their weapons. A firefight ensued.

    The Klan and their police support were no match for the local NRA members. The NRA members drove off the attackers inflicting unknown causalities on the raiders.”


  8. Chuck L says:

    Dazzling stupidity!

  9. gator69 says:

    “The historical record provides compelling evidence that racism underlies gun control laws – and not in any subtle way. Throughout much of American history, gun control was openly stated as a method for keeping blacks and Hispanics “in their place,” and to quiet the racial fears of whites. This paper is intended to provide a brief summary of this unholy alliance of gun control and racism, and to suggest that gun control laws should be regarded as “suspect ideas,” analogous to the “suspect classifications” theory of discrimination already part of the American legal system.”


  10. Andy DC says:

    Gun Control=We have all the guns and you don’t

  11. klem says:

    Whoa there Danny ol’ pal, I like your movies but you’re starting to sound like another lunatic actor who recently killed his career Mel Gibson. Gibson used to be a big star, now he can’t pay people to see his movies. Danny you could end up in the same place, take it easy.

    Just a heads up.

    • gator69 says:

      Danny gets an automatic pass, he is not white.

      • Brian says:

        Arnie’s big comeback is only going to make about 7.5 million this weekend. I guess the conservative audience decided not to show up because he cheated on his wife. =(

        But the truth that outside of the LW movies I would say very few ever went to the movies to see him. I mean, he is more of a supporting actor.

      • Brian says:

        Talking about Glover of course.

  12. Old Wolf says:

    And the great irony of the position: The second amendment was generally limited by those people who *WERE* racists, to *CONTROL* the blacks. Arguments were made as early as the 1830s on the ‘privileges and immunities’ clause, claiming that the African-American citizens deserved the privileges and immunities precisely because they were guaranteed. Dred Scott was the culmination of this, and the fourteenth was passed directly in response to the wording of the decision, and the fact that the 1866 Civil rights act was judged not to have the power under the 13th, and therefore, they passed the fourteenth, then passed the 1871 Civil rights act. They criminalized the taking of the privileges and immunities and rights of citizens.

    The KKK got into power in congress, and in the enforcement end of things, and prevented the application of the law in the judiciary. Filibusters, and fraud were the watchwords of the day, the Jim Crow laws passed by southern democrats, and the civil rights acts of the 50s were attempted to be filibustered… by the Democrats, in each case. The Firearms acts of the 60s were in response to this, in order to deny the African-American citizen his rights.

    Yes, I concur, that the nation’s response to the second amendment is related to slavery… but it’s related to slavery in those who would prevent the ex-slaves, and now everyone else, from having those rights that allows resistance to oppression and tyranny.

    The law remains on the books, from 1871… title 18, section 242.

    Whoever, under color of any law, statute, ordinance, regulation, or custom, willfully subjects any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured or protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States, … shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both; and if bodily injury results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include the use, attempted use, or threatened use of a dangerous weapon, explosives, or fire, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; and if death results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include kidnaping or an attempt to kidnap, aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to commit aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to kill, shall be fined under this title, or imprisoned for any term of years or for life, or both, or may be sentenced to death.

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