RACIAL RACKET BALL

Al Sharpton has declared an emergency meeting of his Diversity Panel since all of this year’s Best Actor / Actress and Best Supporting Actor / Actress nominees are white. In his latest Firewall, Bill Whittle shows the history of this Racial Racket Ball, leading back to its inventor, Jesse Jackson. It’s a long, long way from these racial grievance hustlers to the subject of SELMA.

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36 Responses to RACIAL RACKET BALL

  1. libby says:

    Boycott professional athletics that exclude people of palor whether the exclusion is deliberate or not.

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  2. smiley says:

    ” I cast my bread upon the waters long ago. Now its time for you to give it back to me – toasted and buttered on both sides.”
    Jesse Jackson

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  3. amwick says:

    Call me stump stupid, but their money trail is wide and deep. How do they get away with this? Again and again and again. SMH. Racial equality might have a chance if someone closes down the print shop that has been spitting out those cards I keep hearing about. Thanks for posting this video.

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  4. texan59 says:

    I would wager that most folks don’t know that 2-J-‘s is receiving money from the NBA, NFL, MLB, and even NASCAR. Probably not surprised. Sharpton gets the crumbs, but is still able to make a pretty good living working the hustle. Trust me, there will always be an injustice as long as they are walking the planet. I’m interested to see who will be following behind them. Thanks to Whilttle for actually saying it out loud.

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  5. doodahdaze says:

    New award needed to prevent this. Best Black Whiner.

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  6. doodahdaze says:

    Dear Al. The movie sucked and the acting sucked. You suck. Go away.

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  7. lovemygirl says:

    My father told the “Reverand” to shove it when he tried his extortion routine on his company many years ago and he won. I wonder if more executives had stood up to Jesse and Al if things might have played out differently. Part of the problem is not just fear of being labeled a racist but that the corruption goes both ways. Those that play the charlatan’s game also get a little something in return.

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  8. czarowniczy says:

    Oh lordie, lordie – is the 2016 DemocRATic convention gonna be the most bestest since 1968 or what? The thing should be held in Chicago just for old times sake – maybe Ayers and his 60s confederates (can we use that term with them?) could get their portable Geritol dispensers, grease up the wheels on their walkers and whip up them crowds of Gimme-Guerrillas like they did in less arthritic times. “MORE FREE STUFF!!!!!!MORE FREE STUFF!!!!!!” I can hear the crowd exhorting (extorting?) the last few productive workers in the diminishing workforce to pay more so the proles can roll.
    Maybe the BGI can cage some of their urban guerrillas long enough to export them to the convention site where they can conduct urban grievance theater by throwing themselves upon the well-stocked tables in high-class restaurants where the DemocRATic elite will meet to eat? We could always issue the top RAT tier tasteful signs they can hand around their necks that would say: ” DNC member – do not steal, eat or otherwise take end redistribute my sh*t!”. Perhaps the POtuS could have some of his Taliban friends come over to play a game of Buzkashi with an irrelevant taxpayer plucked from the ranks of the bitter clingers – mo’ x-citin than racket ball.

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    • jello333 says:

      Yeah, but we can’t compare ANYTHING these idiots are currently “protesting” with what was going on back then. The world was a much different place back then, and the grievances were much more honest and real and justified. Actually I think that’s a big reason why we see so much phoniness today… the current crop of “protesters” are jealous… they KNOW they’re a bunch of frauds.

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  9. elvischupacabra says:

    I’d like to see the racial, ethnic, religious, boxer/brief, soda/pop make-up of Owl Shawptn’s diverrrrrr-sity</> panel.

    Yeah. I thought so.

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  10. Solomon says:

    BGI term is being used mainstream now. Don’t know if it started here but I see it all over in blogs and some news. We have to repeat the process in spades. Use the same tactics against them to neutralize. For example if everyone would refer to them as communist, for that’s really what they are . If members of congress would…hype communism, point out their connections, and in reality who they work for, maybe the tide will turn. Some folks are a bit weak in the knees at the thought of arrests of these treasonous swine so fight fire with fire. Of course there is the big reset as an option. Enough said. I have to go plan my Super Bowl party.

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  11. boudicabpi says:

    Reblogged this on BPI reblog and commented:

    RACIAL RACKET BALL

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  12. No Agenda says:

    Honestly? It’s so frigging obvious to anyone paying attention that the Haters on the Left are freaking out because Clint Eastwood just made a MONSTER OF A MOVIE. That is all this really is about. Let it go Al. You are embarrassing yourself 🙂

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  13. jello333 says:

    Wow, I just watched the “racist” Toyota commercial with the white family “rapping”. Seriously? THAT is what they were complaining about? It was in some way rayyyccciiiisssss??!

    These people are just embarrassing themselves now.

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  14. Sharon says:

    Al Sharpton and JJ just need to say out loud that they firmly believe that Martin Luther King was wrong about skin color not being the primary issue. They won’t because it would make them irreleventer. (not a misspelling – a new word contributed here and now by myself)

    Free speech, such as that beautifully exhibited by Bill Whittle in this video, isn’t worth a whole lot in a culture soaked through with self-deception, populated by greedy liars, and ruled by those who are themselves ruled by greed and deception.

    Free speech is worth everything to those who choose to exercise it but it does not deter the mob, and I think we are getting closer to flagrant mob rule by the day.

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  15. rashomon says:

    My first run-in with Jesse was almost forty-five years ago when he, presumptuous egotist that he is, assumed the mantle of Martin Luther King without any of the sensitivity of a civilized person. Instead, he resorted to thuggery then and continues, perhaps because he is rewarded, to use thuggery to this day. The result is an entirely new generation or two who think thuggery is standard operating procedure.

    It’s not going to improve until the black leadership who have found success by conducting themselves with integrity get together and publicly humiliate these dregs of their society. Aren’t they embarrassed? Apparently not.

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    • jello333 says:

      Not that he was necessarily your typical “leader”, but he was at least listened to…. Bill Cosby. Does anyone really believe that all the recent “revelations” about Cosby’s past conduct with women are just coincidental? Just as he was beginning to get more noticed in his comments about problems in the “black community”, up pops all these “revelations”. Umm… sure.

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      • pspsst says:

        The Herman Cain category of democrat skullduggery. The ex-CEO of McDonald’s was to be admired for leading a fastfood institution down the tubes with stale Big Macs while the ex-CEO of a pizza franchise was smarred as a gratuitous, self-serving food industry bus boy, black Unk Tom.

        Sharon is right, AS is largely irrelevant now. The blogospheres are succeeding because sooner or later, truth reveals itself, and Ferguson showed us that thugs want a younger, rabble-rousing ebonics leader. It’s Rwanda they want if they can’t have it all.

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        • Sharon says:

          Even though AS is “largely irrelevant” as you say (with regard to supposed injustices against blacks) he is not irrelevant to the transformation of the United States: he’s still useful for other purposes.

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