Friday, July 16, 2010

Obama Environmental Czar Says U.S. Was Apartheid Regime

TEL AVIV – The U.S. was an "apartheid regime" that civil rights workers helped turn into a "struggling, fledgling democracy," according to President Obama's controversial environmental adviser, Van Jones.
In a video screened by WND, Jones also called for a new "theology of resistance" and "theology of liberation" aimed at transforming American society. 

At the conference, Jones, speaking on the theme of transforming American society, called for a "new myth, we need a new theology of resistance, we need a new theology of liberation rooted in another part of the book."
"Might I humbly suggest Noah and his wife. Why Noah? Because there is a crisis coming ... there has got to be an ark, its got to be able to accommodate diversity on a massive scale." 

Um, Mr. Jones? Back when I was a kid, the only black people I knew were treated the same way as non-black people were treated. Granted, this was in the northeast, and probably the midwest, and southwest, and far west, and most everywhere come to think of it except for some lingering enclaves of racism that pretty much exist everywhere in the known universe.
Bearing that in mind, where in all hell do you get off calling the entire country an apartheid regime. Where does one get the stones to insult 99% of another race. 

I'll tell you where; in the Obama administration. Where racism is alive and well and in fact thriving under the leadership of one of the most racist presidents ever.

Pictured as if posing for Animal Crackers: Czar Van Jones

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