Posted on | August 28, 2013 | 97 Comments
We Haitianists invite all PanAfrikans, Black Nationalists, Black Progressives, and other anti-white, noble-minded Black people to join us in celebrating our Afrikan New Year in August of each year. From this day forward, August will officially be “Nat Turner Month” for WOH and it will mark our Afrikan New Year.
Have I got your attention now? Let us examine the rather more articulate racialism of Huffington Post contributor Pascal Robert:
As long as the oppressed group views its oppressor as the fountain from which all approval and validation comes, there can never be any true achievement of justice based on eliminating the authority of the oppressor in that power relationship. . . .
Status quo forces of oppression do not concede rights and political viability to those they oppress because token symbols of achievement and demonstrative humanity have been shown by those on the margins. The oppressor simply keeps dangling the carrot, moving it farther and farther down the road, as you continue to do every seemingly morally upright thing he demands to achieve that coveted “equality.” . . .
You are “the oppressor,” whitey, and in case you haven’t figured it out yet, Pacal Robert is not a reform-oriented liberal Democrat. He is a radically anti-American black nationalist whose allegiance is to Haiti (from which his parents immigrated here) and who blames Haiti’s problems on “constant U.S. intervention and destabilization.”
Pascal Robert is not a “liberal.” He is not merely “prejudiced.” He has an elaborate anti-white ideology, which explains his absolutely shocking Twitter campaign against Dana Loesch:
Several of Dana’s friends on Twitter misunderstood this, calling Robert a “liberal” or “progressive,” but he is neither: He is a racialist who hates America because he hates white people.
Honestly, it is way past time for Americans to acknowledge the extent to which what often passes for “liberalism” is nothing of the sort.
This is simply hate, and Huffington Post is publishing it.