Michelle’s rant and the orchestrated racial crisis

By Erik Rush

The White House finally had a cop-on-black-citizen tragedy occur right in their backyard in Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old who died in police custody last month, and so the administration was able to exploit it to the fullest. Not only is Baltimore geographically close to Washington, D.C., but its municipal government is chock-full of uber-left, affirmative-action, Obama-worshiping characters.

The city’s “investigation” into six Baltimore police officers who arrested and transported Gray on April 12 was sketchy, yet on April 30, Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced numerous charges against the officers.

On April 28, recently confirmed Attorney General Loretta Lynch stated that the ongoing crisis involving police and urban black populations is “one of the most challenging issues of our time.”

Spoken like a true apparatchik… and why not? We already know that Lynch is a radical with no professional ethics whatsoever, as substantiated by evidence that emerged during her confirmation process.

The president has been catching flak for having honored Freddie Gray by sending three White House representatives to his funeral, and similarly honoring Michael Brown last year, while neglecting to send anyone to the funerals of several police officers killed in the line of duty in recent months. One would have to be profoundly gullible to believe that these instances of “careless disregard” were oversights.

So, the White House loves thugs, hates cops, and no one seems to care. What else is new, right?

Well, now I’m wondering precisely what the Obama White House working protocol is relating to these funerals: Is it four White House representatives if you were a real bada– black thug, three if you were an “average” black thug, maybe two for a dead white thug of some repute, one for a black cop, whereas white cops slain in the line of duty get nothing?

I guess we’ll see when they get around to memorializing Liquori Tate, the black Hattiesburg, Mississippi, police officer who was fatally shot, allegedly, by young black vermin during a traffic stop on May 9.

I’ll have to admit that First Sasquatch Michelle Obama outdid her husband concerning racialist gaffes in one fell swoop over the weekend, when she bloviated at length before a lectern at Tuskegee University. Her so-called commencement address was largely a stream of self-pitying, self-righteous, bitter, paranoid racialist propaganda.

Whining ad nauseum about such horrors as having been mistrusted, talked down to, underestimated and perennially under some suspicion, all because of the color of her skin (at least this was her perception), Michelle O underscored it all with audience identification aplenty, and intimations that “it ain’t over yet.”

And how she and Barack suffered over the years under the yoke of institutional racism! From staff who allegedly “kept a close eye” on them in department stores, to those who still question their “love for America,” the couple’s self-esteem has been under unremitting assault for decades.

If the level of contrivance here hasn’t utterly overpowered, let’s take a closer look:

“The road ahead is not going to be easy. It never is, especially for folks like you and me. Because while we’ve come so far, the truth is that those age-old problems are stubborn, and they haven’t fully gone away.” – Michelle Obama, May 9

Let’s compare this to a line from the president’s April 28 speech on the same subject:

“This has been going on for a long time. This is not new, and we shouldn’t pretend that it’s new.” – Barack Obama, April 28

Translated: Hey, you darkies know nothin’s changed since 1955, don’t ya?

And how uncannily similar.

The tragic dynamic at work here: When you have blacks exploiting other blacks in this manner, the exploited are uniquely vulnerable. The reason for this is that given the history of blacks in America, most simply can’t imagine another black individual sinking that low.

But that’s who Marxists are; their quest for power trumps race. The bigger picture shows that what is happening comes from an even lower realm …

“[T]hose claiming to have the solution will ultimately create the racial tension they ostensibly seek to eradicate … which is exactly what they want.”

“Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal – America’s Racial Obsession,” by Erik Rush, page 85

Although some of us have been bringing what follows to light for some time, the processes have definitely stepped up since the 2014 Ferguson riots. Based on this administration’s character and agenda, and our knowledge of what’s going on behind the scenes, it is plain that this crisis of escalating racial tension is being deftly orchestrated by the White House itself.

In 2009, WND’s Jerome Corsi practically prophesied what is developing right now when he wrote (quotes I also included in “Negrophilia,” by the way):

“Advancing their socialist revolutionary aims, Cloward and Piven explained the crisis they sought ‘can occur spontaneously (e.g., riots) or as the intended result of tactics of demonstration and protest. …’

“The Cloward-Piven strategy sought to apply the tactics of the revolutionary civil-rights movement, including urban riots, to the poor as a whole. …”

Once again: All of this is going toward catalyzing sufficient civil unrest to justify nationwide federal intervention. Some of the methods are less subtle than others, and I have identified many in this space over the last few years.

Considering the foregoing, we should not take it at all lightly that the Rev. Al Sharpton has been openly advocating for a national police force simply because he’s a buffoon. Like Obama and other key players in this tragic comedy, Sharpton has long-standing ties to old, well-established, powerful New York communists who aided in his dubious rise to prominence – which is definitely no coincidence.

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