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  • Biden pick for AG for Civil Rights is a "Black Supremacist" and anti-Semite

    Kristen Clarke, Biden's choice to head the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division is a unabashed racist who promotes an idea advocated by Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam as well as some sectors of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, which is that blacks are genetically superior to whites (and presumably to light skin blacks as well as light skinned Asians like Japanese, Koreans and most Chinese) because they have more melanin in their skin. The more melanin you possess the darker the pigment of your skin is. She also has a history of being an anti-Semite.

    While an undergrad at Harvard in the mid 1990s Clarke proclaimed in the student newspaper that blacks had greater "mental, physical and spiritual abilities" than whites based upon amount of melanin they have.

    This is also the view of Yusra Khogali, a.k.a. Yusra K. Ali, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Toronto , where the movement is said to have its largest international contingent, who notoriously declared:


    And concludes with

    That's the sort of thinking that Clarke espouses.

    Further, she is a strong proponent of racial quotas for hiring and college admissions and was instrumental in efforts to prevent prosecution of members of the Black Panthers who stood armed with batons on at the entrance to polling places intimidating Philadelphia voters back in 2008.


    Clarke also has a history of being an anti-Semite.

    When she was the president of the Harvard Black Students Association, Clarke invited Wellesley College history professor and author Tony Martin, known for his extreme anti-Semitism (he's a major proponent of the conspiracy theory that Jews controlled the slave trade) and Holocaust denial, to speak on campus defending her decision saying that he is a "black intellectual who bases his information on indisputable fact."

    She now claims that her defense as a parody and wouldn't invite him again, but her record since then gainsays this excuse. Just two years ago she stood in solidarity for and support of Tamika Mallory, who at the time was president of the Women’s March, after her close relationship with Louis Farrakhan and anti-Semitism were revealed. Mallory blames Jews for, in her words, "the horror of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, plantation slavery, Jim Crow, sharecropping."

    Clarke has defiantly declared that she would do it again because she appears to believe that showing solidarity for a fellow "woman of color" is more important than take a stand against hate.


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    Oh, my Lord Jesus, come soon!
    "Neighbor, how long has it been since you’ve had a big, thick, steaming bowl of Wolf Brand Chili?”

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    • #3
      A link to the harvard piece for those interested. Big yikes.

      https://www.thecrimson.com/article/1...-end-to-abuse/

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      • #4
        My wife said, since we're subhuman, we need federal money to compensate us.
        "Neighbor, how long has it been since you’ve had a big, thick, steaming bowl of Wolf Brand Chili?”

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
          My wife said, since we're subhuman, we need federal money to compensate us.
          "subhumxn"

          I'm always still in trouble again

          "You're by far the worst poster on TWeb" and "TWeb's biggest liar" --starlight (the guy who says Stalin was a right-winger)
          "Of course, human life begins at fertilization that’s not the argument." --Tassman

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          • #6
            For the sarcastically impaired the following is said in jest

            Ahhhh....... the sweet smell of unity.

            ...>>> Witty remark or snarky quote of another poster goes here <<<...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by rogue06 View Post
              "subhumxn"
              yeah, no.
              "Neighbor, how long has it been since you’ve had a big, thick, steaming bowl of Wolf Brand Chili?”

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              • #8
                Originally posted by rogue06 View Post
                Kristen Clarke, Biden's choice to head the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division is a unabashed racist who promotes an idea advocated by Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam as well as some sectors of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, which is that blacks are genetically superior to whites (and presumably to light skin blacks as well as light skinned Asians like Japanese, Koreans and most Chinese) because they have more melanin in their skin. The more melanin you possess the darker the pigment of your skin is. She also has a history of being an anti-Semite.

                While an undergrad at Harvard in the mid 1990s Clarke proclaimed in the student newspaper that blacks had greater "mental, physical and spiritual abilities" than whites based upon amount of melanin they have.

                This is also the view of Yusra Khogali, a.k.a. Yusra K. Ali, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Toronto , where the movement is said to have its largest international contingent, who notoriously declared:


                And concludes with

                That's the sort of thinking that Clarke espouses.

                Further, she is a strong proponent of racial quotas for hiring and college admissions and was instrumental in efforts to prevent prosecution of members of the Black Panthers who stood armed with batons on at the entrance to polling places intimidating Philadelphia voters back in 2008.


                Clarke also has a history of being an anti-Semite.

                When she was the president of the Harvard Black Students Association, Clarke invited Wellesley College history professor and author Tony Martin, known for his extreme anti-Semitism (he's a major proponent of the conspiracy theory that Jews controlled the slave trade) and Holocaust denial, to speak on campus defending her decision saying that he is a "black intellectual who bases his information on indisputable fact."

                She now claims that her defense as a parody and wouldn't invite him again, but her record since then gainsays this excuse. Just two years ago she stood in solidarity for and support of Tamika Mallory, who at the time was president of the Women’s March, after her close relationship with Louis Farrakhan and anti-Semitism were revealed. Mallory blames Jews for, in her words, "the horror of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, plantation slavery, Jim Crow, sharecropping."

                Clarke has defiantly declared that she would do it again because she appears to believe that showing solidarity for a fellow "woman of color" is more important than take a stand against hate.
                Yes, this seems troubling on its face, but I would like to see some context.

                More importantly, who we are at 20 is often quite different from who we are at 40 or 60.

                Finally, conservatives are OK with forgetting about things Trump did and said before he became POTUS, but that is different, right? He was a pro-choice Dem. He was fined for racist housing practices, fraud at his "University" and "charitable" foundation and for campaign spending violations. Bragged about escaping STDs and assaulting women. No big deal, right?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by kccd View Post

                  Yes, this seems troubling on its face, but I would like to see some context.

                  More importantly, who we are at 20 is often quite different from who we are at 40 or 60.

                  Finally, conservatives are OK with forgetting about things Trump did and said before he became POTUS, but that is different, right? He was a pro-choice Dem. He was fined for racist housing practices, fraud at his "University" and "charitable" foundation and for campaign spending violations. Bragged about escaping STDs and assaulting women. No big deal, right?
                  But it's the liberals who are big into cancel culture. The hypocrisy is incredible.
                  "Neighbor, how long has it been since you’ve had a big, thick, steaming bowl of Wolf Brand Chili?”

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by rogue06 View Post
                    Kristen Clarke, Biden's choice to head the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division is a unabashed racist who promotes an idea advocated by Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam as well as some sectors of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, which is that blacks are genetically superior to whites (and presumably to light skin blacks as well as light skinned Asians like Japanese, Koreans and most Chinese) because they have more melanin in their skin. The more melanin you possess the darker the pigment of your skin is. She also has a history of being an anti-Semite.

                    While an undergrad at Harvard in the mid 1990s Clarke proclaimed in the student newspaper that blacks had greater "mental, physical and spiritual abilities" than whites based upon amount of melanin they have.
                    Rogue, I have to disagree with you an this I do not believe she is a "Black Supremacist" she is a "Melanin Supremacist" she would have us believe that the more melanin you have in your skin the more superior you are.
                    So lets all go out and het really dark tans, it will make us smarter, stronger and make us closer to God.
                    Last edited by The Pendragon; 01-28-2021, 02:40 AM.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by kccd View Post

                      Yes, this seems troubling on its face, but I would like to see some context.

                      More importantly, who we are at 20 is often quite different from who we are at 40 or 60.

                      Finally, conservatives are OK with forgetting about things Trump did and said before he became POTUS, but that is different, right? He was a pro-choice Dem. He was fined for racist housing practices, fraud at his "University" and "charitable" foundation and for campaign spending violations. Bragged about escaping STDs and assaulting women. No big deal, right?
                      Can't be sure but I think she was on Tucker Carlson apposing the view that we need to look at skin color in hiring because black people are just superior. If true it sounds like she has not changed her view that much.
                      Last edited by The Pendragon; 01-28-2021, 02:53 AM.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by kccd View Post

                        Yes, this seems troubling on its face, but I would like to see some context.

                        More importantly, who we are at 20 is often quite different from who we are at 40 or 60.

                        Finally, conservatives are OK with forgetting about things Trump did and said before he became POTUS, but that is different, right? He was a pro-choice Dem. He was fined for racist housing practices, fraud at his "University" and "charitable" foundation and for campaign spending violations. Bragged about escaping STDs and assaulting women. No big deal, right?
                        Except she hasn't said she change, she's just claimed ir was satire.

                        Your charge of hypocrisy is pointless. The question is do you think a person with those stated beliefs should head up the DOJ civil rights division?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by The Pendragon View Post

                          Can't be sure but I think she was on Tucker Carlson apposing the view that we need to look at skin color in hiring because black people are just superior. If true it sounds like she has not changed her view that much.
                          Sorry this says the opposite of what it should. Spell Checker issues and Fat Fingers should read:

                          Can't be sure but I think she was on Tucker Carlson confirming her view that we need to look at skin color in hiring because black people are just superior. If true it sounds like she has not changed her view that much.
                          "Any sufficiently advanced technology, is indistinguishable from Magic!"
                          -- Arthur C. Clark

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                          • #14
                            Why is half the OP about someone who isn't the topic? It's just plain making stuff up to allege she holds the exact same views as some other random person.

                            Let's imagine your conspiracy theorism is right and that she is a black supremacist. So what? If blacks could survive white supremacists in positions of power in the US for hundreds of years, I think whites will survive one woman just fine. And while many people would say "turnabout is fair play", I seriously doubt this woman in her bureaucratic role is likely to cause any level of harm to whites.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Starlight View Post
                              Why is half the OP about someone who isn't the topic? It's just plain making stuff up to allege she holds the exact same views as some other random person.
                              Your complaint about the OP is spot on. I was going to ask the same question. It does appear that the OP merely says a person holds belief, but offers no actual evidence, and the inflammatory quotes aren't made by the named person. However, Gond has posted a link to the person's beliefs through a link to an article written while at Harvard. Given to you here, for ease of use: https://www.thecrimson.com/article/1...-end-to-abuse/
                              This article shows that the beliefs attributed to her in the OP are rightly attributed, or at least were. While it doesn't change the poor structure of the OP, it does mean that the claim made is accurate, even if it's poorly made.

                              Let's imagine your conspiracy theorism is right and that she is a black supremacist. So what? If blacks could survive white supremacists in positions of power in the US for hundreds of years, I think whites will survive one woman just fine. And while many people would say "turnabout is fair play", I seriously doubt this woman in her bureaucratic role is likely to cause any level of harm to whites.
                              Here, I think you miss the larger question. The question isn't whether or not "whites will survive", it's whether a racist is a good fit for the head of DOJ Civil Rights Division. Would you hire a racist to lead that division?

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