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Monday, August 09, 2010

Black "Tea Partiers" Fight Racism Charges

Black defenders of the U.S. Constitution, speak at a press conference at the National Press Club on August 4, 2010 challenging the NAACP on its charges of racism within the "Tea Party".

17 Comments:

Blogger Jim said...

god bless these patriots. this is badly needed to show other black americans that the tea party represents all legal americans. all americans has essentially the same hopes and desires for our families and country. like the saying go's united we stand divided we fall. the powers that exist now want us divided. we must not let that happen.

5:17 AM  
Blogger Skwerl said...

Despite what the moonbat media says, the Tea Party aren't some lily white hyperconservative Grandmas. They are young, old, black, white, nerdy, hip and in some cases [like myself] tattooed, pierced and listening to speed metal. We are a diverse crowd. We came together through our mutual disgust for business as usual in DC and our common bond as Americans- period. Freedom & Liberty are eternal ideals- it knows no physical constraint.

5:20 AM  
Anonymous Corey Herlickson said...

What a group of fantastic Americans. When I saw this it made me proud to be an American and it made me happy to know there are people fighting for the truth. God Bless the Tea Party Express.

8:01 AM  
Blogger Canterbury Atheists said...

Questions that come to mind watching this video:

1.)Does ‘The Tea Party Express’ do a decent Cappuccino? Who dreamt up this infantile name? The Children’s Television Workshop?
2.)That lady in white brides-maids dress and hat. Is it normal for her to attire herself like she’s on the way to fancy-dress party, or just special occasions?
3.)Has the black-guy in a ten-gallon hat been watching too many Charles Bronson movies?
4.)What the hell is in that glass being supped by the guy in the t-shirt and black cap? He keeps on coughing and spluttering all the time? Most suspect.

All this proves is there are black-people as well as white, who don’t know how a republic functions.

All the best.

Paul.

10:08 AM  
Anonymous Spellchecker said...

You may want to work on your spelling before you click the post button there Canterbury...you words only show your true feelings. Criticizing their dress and behavior rather than what they are actually saying shows how correct their words are.

11:34 AM  
Blogger KatieSilverSpring said...

I don't think that Paul the Canterbury Atheists should criticize what someone wears; it is clear he does not understand church women outside his own little world. She was not dressed as a bride's maid but a well dressed Church woman. How sad you criticize and not even consider what she was saying.

12:11 PM  
Blogger Canterbury Atheists said...

Ha, ha, speaking of spell-checks when you guys post on a site where English is a first language, and crudely attack a native English speaker you really need to remember that criticize is spelt ‘criticise’ and behavior is actually ‘behaviour’.

As to me being some-how insensitive to overt bad taste in dress sense - this clip was shot in a Press-Club and not a figgin’ church.

Still I confess, I could be ignorant about Ameri-kan Kulture (I'm not into rap and country music nor Hollywood) and indeed by U.S standards New Zealand is a ‘little world’ as you so eloquently and succinctly put it.

Is it say Afro-American custom to rudely intercede when someone is speaking as in this clip?

I keep on reminding Trevor 90% of Americans wouldn’t know where New Zealand was and have never traveled outside their own borders and day after-day, post after post you keep on giving me ammunition.

Still I don't know what else to expect when you have a schooling system which not only bastardises The English language but also teaches kids evolution is down to an invisible God called Yahweh and planet-earth is 6,000 years old.

Have a great-day from here in New Zealand (as you know we are close to North Korea)

Paul.

1:06 PM  
Anonymous Nancy said...

Paul/Canterbury Atheists: You are so boring. Please go away.
Thank you Trevor, for all you are doing!

1:21 PM  
Anonymous Shocka said...

Well this black Tea Partier thanks you Trevor for all that you do. Onward and upward!

3:12 PM  
Blogger Canterbury Atheists said...

You guys, particularly those of Afro American/Non White origin need to take a rain-check and read some of those rabid-rightwing, numb-skull placards that turn-up at Tea Party (hard to type the name Tea Party without laughing it's just soooooo juvenile) rallies.

They are both amusing and frightening at the same time.

The signs say it all:

“Respect are country speak English”

“Obama my forefathers were Christian and yours were from Kenya. That explains a lot”

“Obama Lier in Chief”

“Preserve the Sactity of Marriage”

“I’m a Mavrik what about you?”

“Keep The Tea Party Dump The Polititions”

“Socilism is not my Cup of Tea”

“Stop Waisting my hard earned tax money”

“Congress = Slave Owner = Taxpayer = Niggar”

"Don't mortage my childs future"

“Don’t take rights I’m still useing them”

“Stop taking from hard wroking people”

“Obama where is your birth certifiet”

“We are not rascists you are all illegal”

“Taxed Enoungh Already”

Is there a new English dialect just for Tea Party members? One I’m not familiar with? Perhaps it was stolen from a tribe from the jungles of Papua New Guinea? Can I suggest a seperate Tea Party Dictionary (spelt dicinary)?

Nice chatting and sharing a laugh with you all.

Paul.

4:28 PM  
Blogger Lisa G in NZ said...

Don't worry about people like pitiful Paul C.Atheist, he'll never spell correctly or understand American exceptionalism.

More and more American (and NZ) conservatives, of any color are speaking out.

From a comment at Breitbart: "Truth, honesty, courage, empathy, personal responsibility, self reliance, ethics, hard work, limited government, fiscal responsibility, freedom and free markets - these are things every American should be able to stand for regardless or sex, color, national origin, or age."

America is a center, right nation and now we (previously known as the 'silent majority') are speaking out which includes T.E.A. party members (Taxed Enough Already). (go look up what the 'Boston tea party' was about so you can understand...)

Are you a proud Kiwi and proud of your Anglo-Saxon heritage?

You think if Europeans and others didn't migrate to NZ, that NZ would exist as it does today? You think the skirt wearing, hostile haka Maori would have created NZ into the prosperous multi culture country it is? Or would you have ended up like a touristy-beachy Fiji or Tonga-like place with facial tattoos?

Go ask the Maori race based separatist party why they even exist... Get ready to give up the foreshore and seabed to Maori who are not true indigenous and only 15% of the population. Minority rule and ownership, awesome!

ta ta now

9:12 PM  
Blogger Canterbury Atheists said...

Wow reading this tirade Lisa, it’s easy to see how The Tea Party (never fails to amuse me that name) has been labeled as a bunch of rabid, right-wing, racist numbs-skulls with the average spelling level of a six year old New Zealand child.

For starters I have Maori heritage and I have been to Boston. I suggest I’ve been to more states in American than most of your countrymen.

My points are simple:

1.)Most Americans could not place New Zealand on a map and for that matter most Americans could not name a famous Englishman. They are myopic to the point they come-across as being arrogant & plain stupid (there’s a term for arrogant and stupid = American Exceptionalism) The Tea Party is a morphed manifestation of stupid & arrogant Americans getting together in large groups.

2.)Americans do not know how a Republic works. I thank my European ancestors for introducing Parliamentary Democracy into New Zealand and for successive generations having the sense to retain its vestiges.

Finally if you are going to live in New Zealand Lisa at least have the civil decency to use English whilst you are on our shores.

Color!

Center!

All the best.

Paul.

8:00 AM  
Blogger Lisa G in NZ said...

Jibber and jabber all you want, Paul ... all day long... noone in America cares... ("there are vikings in NZ, right?")

you.don't.get.it.
why.are.you.here.

4:36 PM  
Blogger Canterbury Atheists said...

You care Lisa.

Care so much every-time I post something you make ad hominem attacks on poor little moi.

Thanks for caring so much, I’m flattered and it's great to see you embracing the twisted view of 'American Freedom of Speech' on this blog.

By the way Trevor I keep telling-you no one in America gives a rats-arse about New Zealand & here you have one of your regular posters, a current resident in N.Z and biggest supporters telling you so much in black and white.

Say after me Lisa's mantra “no one in America cares about New Zealand"

I gather that according to The Tea Party ‘Dicionery’ (sic) no one is spelt noone? Lisa can you check your copy and confirm this?

Trev, keep repeating this "No one cares" business tonight as you go to bed and then re-evaluate why you want to take-on a crusade for a people who don't care about you and me.

Have a great day.

Paul

6:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Paul,

You are a small, self-important, jealous, sad person. I pity you.

8:53 PM  
Blogger Lisa G in NZ said...

Paul: how come you never hear about conservatives turning into liberals but many liberals are now converting to conservativism in droves?

its called growing up...

your mom called, dinner's ready

9:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow what a wonderful group of young people. They do our country proud and their parents proud for raising them with the great attitude that they have. I know with all young people who share in this mind set - our country is in good hands. Cindy, Louisiana

4:58 AM  

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