Saturday, December 7, 2013

Chris Matthews, Al Sharpton, and South Africa

It is perhaps no surprise that Chris Matthews still tingling all over from his love fest with Obama, Should find a way to tie American Partisan politics into the Orgy of obsequiousness over the demise of The Bolshevik turned peace hero, Nelson Mandela. Now he is comparing F. W. de Klerk, favorably to Mitch McConnell.
New busters quote Matthews as saying.
 " CHRIS MATTHEWS: I haven’t heard anything as smart as what I heard Reverend Sharpton say a couple minutes ago in five years. That is the most perceptive thing I’ve seen. It just rocks me. The difference between the way F.W. de Klerk handled the need for change and inevitable election, democratic election of Nelson Mandela, a legitimate election, truly legitimate for the first time - he was never legitimately elected - for him to recognize his role in history which was to be a patriot at that point is so different than the way Mitch McConnell handled the election of Obama. So different.

To set it up that way, the juxtaposition, they were willing, the McConnell people on to the far right were willing to destroy the country in order to destroy Obama, whereas to succeed in a country he loved, F.W. de Klerk was willing to see it transformed to black rule so that it could be done successfully so that he would have his country have a better future"
Murder of missionary familiy peformed by Mandela allies in Rhodesia
the media is perfectly willing to forget them.

Matthews has become a sterling representation of what is no doubt one of the more loathsome creatures of our time the Self-loathing white liberal. For him the thought that the Republicans and McConnell would have even ran a candidate against Obama is unthinkable. The republicans should have just gotten out of the way so America could presumably be "transformed to black rule". Is he saying that Obama only represents the minorities, true but not something I thought he would admit. The liberal ethos is rooted in what the late Dr. R. J. Rushdoony called the politics of guilt and pity. They have conditioned themselves to believe that white Europeans are to blame for the worlds problems and anything from the 3rd world is defacto superior.

I"ve always found it intriguing that the only place the left believes in majority rule is South Africa.
They don't believe in it in Northern Ireland or the rest of Europe and apparently not in America.

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