Sony execs Obama emails: White liberal hypocrisy revealed in all its glory

Malcolm X, during his Nation of Islam radicalism, once said white conservatives are not friends to black people but “at least don’t try to hide it.” The separatist minded Malcolm X had even harsher words for white liberals. He judged them to be “more hypocritical than the conservative.” He accused white liberals of “perfecting the art of posing as the Negro’s friend and benefactor” while using black people as a “pawn or tool” in their political fight with white conservatives.

  • tom_billesley

    White liberals think they have blacks in their pocket and have moved on to mahometans.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Obama is a 100% pure mercenary. He doesn’t care if they hate him as long as the checks keep coming. And come they will.

    • Frau Katze

      I suspect you’re right.

  • Just a thought

    Thank you mal-X for your honest admission of your racist contempt for all Whites, you seditious scum-bag. (being a white conservative, I wouldn’t want him to think I was sugar coating my assessment of him)
    ASIDE – When I was in the Navy there was only one Back guy who was sincere, and likeable. He always had a friendly greeting, and never a harsh word, one of my favorite people to this day. Ironically, his name was Mr. White.

  • Pete_Brewster

    A great column bitterly spoiled by the boilerplate about Sony execs’ alleged right to privacy. On the contrary—exposing and shaming scum is an underrated means of forcing them to behave.

    • Says the guy who comments under pseudonyms and anonymizes his IP.

      (I have no problem with that, incidentally. Believe it or not “Black Mamba” isn’t my real name, and short of actual criminal or threatening behaviour I wouldn’t out any commenter no matter how I felt about him even if I could. But the hypocrisy is stunning.)

      BTW, Juan Williams is black, so I think you’re supposed to be calling for him to be shipped off to Liberia, not liking his column.

      • Pete_Brewster

        On the contrary, he’d make a fine minister in a Liberian government.

        • And you’d make a fine replacement for Ian Paisley. Your ancestors haven’t been here for 8 generations.

          • Pete_Brewster

            In any case, Mamba—the hypocrisy is all on the side of our masters and their bought and paid for media, who respect the right to privacy only of themselves, probably because they’re the ones most likely to have secret bank accounts stuffed with the money they don’t bother paying taxes on—along with terabytes of kiddie porn. Saying “come back with a warrant” is only an option to those who can afford to retain Marie Heinen.

            You and I can be spied on with impunity and pictures of our houses plastered all over the internet for the edification of all who might will us ill. That’s why you use a pseudonym, and that’s why I do the same. We don’t live in a world where we can put our names to what we think. Pray that one day we might.

            And I am grateful for your indulgence, Mamba. I don’t know how you feel but I’d take a bullet for you or any of Team BCF for that.

        • Frau Katze

          Why Liberia? Surely you are not saying that every single black person is undesirable? That’s a bit harsh, no?

          • Pete_Brewster

            Any black American, once in Liberia, will be allowed to apply for a visa to live and work in the US, just like any other foreigner. If his admission is truly in the best intetest of the American people, he shouldn’t have trouble.

            Wouldn’t there at least be some people like this? I suppose there might. Do I expect there would be many? I can’t say I do.

          • They’re not foreigners.

      • Frau Katze

        Using fake names is understandable. I prefer names that clearly are inventions (like yours and mine).

    • Frau Katze

      It was foolish of them to use their work email system.

  • Frau Katze

    What surprises me is that they wrote this AT WORK on their WORK EMAIL system. That’s insane…they’re just asking for trouble.