Tuesday, March 8, 2011

No Justice in the DOJ

 This administration continues to divide America but yet pronounces anyone who disagrees with them as "racist". If the following does nothing else, it proves just exactly who the "racist are and that "Justice" is only for the chosen. 

  Thanks to Peter Morrison , fellow Texan and writer of the Peter Morrison Report. Agree or disagree with what or how Morrison has to say, he makes some very valid points in regard to "Justice" being trampled upon and set aside for a chosen few by this administration.

On March 1st, US Attorney General Eric Holder appeared before the
House Appropriations Committee.  During the session, Rep. John
(R-Houston) confronted Holder about the infamous New
Black Panther Case from 2008.  To refresh your memory, that was the
case where a couple of members of the New Black Panther Party stood
outside a Philadelphia polling place on Election Day in
paramilitary garb, brandishing night sticks, and using racial slurs
in a blatant attempt to intimidate white voters.  Bartle Bull was a
direct witness to these intimidation efforts.  Bull has a long
history of activism on behalf of liberal Democratic candidates, and
he fought for black voting rights in the South back in the 1960s as
a young  lawyer.  He says one of the New Black Panthers told him
"Now you will see what it means to be ruled by the black man,

Other people besides Bull witnessed this blatant racial
intimidation, and a Philadelphia TV news crew caught it on film.
The Department of Justice under President Bush immediately filed
voter intimidation charges against the New Black Panthers, but,
unbelievably, Eric Holder dismissed all charges after the Obama
administration took over the case.  The only "punishment" meted out
was that one of the men agreed not to possess a deadly weapon near
a polling place until after 2012.  Apparently Eric Holder's Justice
thought it would be too harsh to prohibit him from
brandishing a night stick at voting sites after 2012. 

When Holder's DOJ dismissed the charges, millions of Americans were
shocked, and there was a huge uproar at this blatant and outrageous
double standard.  It isn't hard to imagine what would happen to a
pair of white thugs brandishing night sticks outside of a polling
place on Election Day while hurling racial slurs at black people.
Needless to say, charges would not have been dismissed in a case
like that. Americans only grew angrier after a couple of
whistleblowers from the Justice Department said that under Eric
, it is now official policy to refuse to prosecute cases of
discrimination or civil rights violations when the victims are

In fact, the US Civil Rights Commission was so disturbed by these
allegations that it launched an investigation, but the Justice
Department refused to cooperate.  This is why Rep. Culberson
confronted Eric Holder during the recent hearing, to find out why
Justice Department officials were stonewalling the Civil Rights

Eric Holder denied these charges, but his denial simply weren't
believable.  After all, this is the same man who testified before
the Senate back in 2009 that white people are not protected by
"hate crimes" legislation.  He said that "hate crimes" laws were
created to protect only "historically oppressed"  minority groups,
such as non-whites, Jews and homosexuals.  According to Holder,  if
a white person is attacked on account of his race by a Hispanic or
black person, that is not a hate crime.  Holder also declared that
it wouldn't be a hate crime to assault a Christian pastor because
of his religious beliefs.  These are without a doubt the most
shocking words ever uttered by an Attorney General of the United
States.  To the average American, it's inconceivable that laws
should be written specifically to benefit select groups of people,
while treating the majority of Americans as second class citizens
unworthy of the law's protection.  Yet this is what America's top
law enforcement official openly declared to the Senate.

Eric Holder went even further in his indignant response to Rep.
:  "Think about that, When you compare what people endured
in the South in the 60s to try to get the right to vote for African
Americans, and to compare what people were subjected to there to
what happened in Philadelphia, which was inappropriate, certainly
that to describe it in those terms I think does a great disservice
to people who put their lives on the line, who risked all, for my

This response was even more telling, as Eric Holder made it clear
he doesn't feel the slightest need to cover up his favoritism
toward black people, and his contempt for the rights of white
Americans.  He referred to black Americans as "my people," and
thinks that armed black militants using racial slurs against whites
at a polling place is merely "inappropriate."  He can't even bring
himself to say that what the New Black Panthers did was illegal.  
As Attorney General, Eric Holder's job is to enforce the laws
fairly, without favoritism, to protect all Americans.  One would
think that America's top law enforcement official would only use
the phrase "my people" when referring to all Americans.  To see
Holder use this phrase in a racially exclusive way was truly
jarring, and should serve as a wake up call to all Americans. (What
makes it even more outrageous is that Holder's roots aren't even
African-American - his father immigrated from Barbados, and so did
his maternal grandparents.)

America is rapidly becoming much more racially diverse than it has
been historically.  According to the Census bureau, in 2042 the
American population will become majority non-white, and it's
expected that this year or next more non-white babies will be born
in America than white ones.  In an increasingly multiracial America
it will be redundant and pointless to refer to some races as
"minorities", since every group, including white people, will be a
minority of the population.  It's nice to think an America where
everyone is a minority will be a country where no one is favored or
penalized because of the color of his skin, and everyone is treated
equally.  If the Eric Holders of America have their way though, our
multiracial future will be nothing like that.  Instead it will be a
nightmare of racial hostility, pandering and favoritism, where some
Americans, in George Orwell's famous phrase, will be "more equal"
than others due to the color of their skin.  We should thank Rep.
Culberson for exposing Eric Holder's vicious double standard when
it comes to race, and showing us what the future has in store for
us if left wing radicals have their way.


GM Roper said...

Yesterday, as I waited in line at a local Bar-B-Que place for takeout, the car in front of me had several "political" stickers on it. One read "African-Americans For Obama" and another "Latinos For Obama." I wonder if Holder would have objected if someone had a "White Americans for McCain" sticker on their car?

Anonymous said...

I just tried to send an email to Rep. Culberson, and the message was "kicked out", because I don't reside in District 7. Shame, I only wanted to thank him for standing up to this racist in charge, and ask if he might be instrumental in helping remove the racist from office.

Old Rose

Brenda Bowers said...

And the beat goes on.....! Just one more reason to get rid of Obama. BB

Ticker said...

Oh yea GM you would be a Racist of the worst kind don't ya know.

Rose, he has another address that I think you can use on his website. Google his name and I think it will work. You can also send it to Pete Morrison's website as well and ask him to forward it.

BB, spot on. And the reasons keep adding up. Now just hope that people won't turn stupid as they did in 08 and stay at home because "their candidate" didn't get nominated or wasn't conservative enough. Too much talk like that going on already. Looks like some have forgotten what doing such got us in 08. Consequences are hell to pay sometimes. Pray it doesn't happen again.

Always On Watch said...

Eric Holder denied these charges, but his denial simply weren't believable. After all, this is the same man who testified before the Senate back in 2009 that white people are not protected by "hate crimes" legislation.

The Obama administration has an attitude of "It's our turn now."

We shouldn't be in the least surprised that Holder doesn't see it that the DOJ is supposed to enforce the law equally.

Debbie said...

The think about this that really bothers me is, since nothing was done you know this is a green light for more voter intimidation in the next election.

Right Truth

Chuck said...

Impeach him

Faultline USA said...

Whites will soon become the unrecognized minority unless they learn to demand their rights.

With regard to Obama's man Eric Holder, thanks for reminding us all that "this is the same man who testified before
the Senate back in 2009 that white people are not protected by
"hate crimes" legislation."

Ticker said...

AOW--The Obama administration has an attitude of "It's our turn now."
Exactlly! Remember this? "I won. So I think on that one, I trump you."

Debbie, as usual you are right on the money. Rumblings are already being heard in this respect in South Dallas and in areas of Atlanta where shall we say Holder's "my people" didn't fare well in last Novembers election.

Chuck who has the guts to bring charges? So far the GOP has remained silent as usual and allowed Obama and minions to "get away with murder".

Faultline, folks of the Caucasian persuasion have allowed their rights to be eroded by the leftist and the leftist media since the 60's and they had better wake up real soon.

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Ducky's here said...

Let's review:

The Bush administration’s Justice Department — not the Obama administration — made the decision not to pursue criminal charges against members of the New Black Panther Party for alleged voter intimidation at a polling center in Philadelphia in 2008

The Bush administration DOJ chose not to pursue similar charges against members of the Minutemen, one of whom allegedly carried a weapon while harassing Hispanic voters in Arizona in 2006

Now we know the Minutemen have been involved in some nasty stuff and a few of these psychos recently bagged the death penalty in Arizona, so their intimidation beef may have had more merit.

The moron Prince Shabazz was outside a polling station and someone dimed him. Cops come, tell him to leave and he leaves. Now what do you solons charge him with. Nobody is claiming to have been intimidated. So just what are the charges.

Ticker, if I didn't know better, I'd say you're "afraid of the dark".