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From Rich P.
SENATOR LOTTÂ¹S OFFICE ISSUES CLARIFICATION
forwarded by Rich P.
This statement was issued yesterday by the office of Senator Trent Lott (Dixiecrat-Mississippi)
The micro-firestorm of unreasoned criticism of Senator Lott for his remarks praising Senator Strom ThurmondÂ¹s 100th birthday party merely serves to prove his point — namely, that our national debate is being poisoned by hate-filled voices gargling up from mongrelized rabble addled by 64 years of Affirmative Action, Bill Cosby sitcoms and Harry Belafonte records. Senator Lott stands by his statement, to wit:
“When Strom Thurmond ran for president, we voted for him. We’re proud of it. And if the rest of the country had followed our lead, we
wouldn’t have had all these problems over all these years either,” end quote.
And whatÂ¹s the big crime here? All Strom ever said during his 1948 campaign was “All the bayonets of the Army cannot force the Negro into our homes, ourschools, our churches.”
So what are “all these problems over all these years” we could have avoided had Strom Thurmond been elected as a Dixiecrat in 1948?
â‚¬ AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN OUR SCHOOLS — The Dixiecrat platform put it so well in 1948 — “The Negro is a native of tropical climate where fruits and nutsare plentiful and where clothing is not required for protection against the weather … The essentials of society in the jungle are few and do not include the production, transportation and marketing of goods. [Thus] his racial constitution has been fashioned to exclude any idea of voluntary cooperation on his part.”
Does this sound like the kind of people who should be cluttering up our institutions of higher learning? Except for our football programs and marching bands, of course…
â‚¬ AFRICAN-AMERICANS VOTING — Two words — BILL CLINTON! Enuff said.
â‚¬ AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN THE MEDIA — You want to know just how bad itÂ¹s gotten? When an black woman (admittedly a “hi yaller” kinda gal) Halle Berry smooches it up with a white man (Pierce Brosnan) in the new Bond movie, we canÂ¹t even get a decent boycott going! What the heck is going on here! Oh, the humanity!
â‚¬ AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN GOVERNMENT — Do think olÂ¹ Strom would have had not one but TWO of “them” in the White House — not as maids and servants who know their place, but as — gag, choke — ADVISERS? HereÂ¹s Condi Rice whispering who knows WHAT into DubyaÂ¹s ear, and hereÂ¹s that foxy rascal Colin Powell trying to bollix up our President by whispering a lot of “appease Saddam first” nonsense (typical of the race — cowering, instead of being courageous like, oh, say, Nathan Bedford Forrest)
Senator Lott specifically excludes Clarence Thomas from this list. Thomas isthe prototypical “Good Negro” — the one who knows his place, averts his eyes when his betters enter the room, and knows how to truckle. Justice Thomas knows that when Senator Lott calls him “boy” and “orders” him to fetch him a julep and sing one of them good ol’ “darkie” songs, itÂ¹s all in good fun.
â‚¬ AFRICAN-AMERICANS EVERYWHERE!!! In our swimming pools…in our shopping malls…in our movie theaters…do you honestly think any of this would have happened if Strom had been elected????
Strom Thurmond believed, as I do, in STATEÂ¹S RIGHT. He knew that once the Fox of the federal government was in our state Henhouse, that Federal Fox would be telling us who we could let into our schools, who we could educate,and who we could (or could NOT) lynch.
As usual, as with slavery, the lefty-liberal media isnÂ¹t telling BOTH SIDES of the segregation issue, just like they never told both sides of the slavery issue. Segregation benefited BOTH SIDES — the kindly, avuncular,wise white man, and the confused, child-like black man. Now, thanks to the meddling of Northern liberals, that relationship is been rent asunder, never to be sutured.
Senator LottÂ¹s esteemed predecessor, Mississippi Senator Theodore G. Bilbo, put it best in the conclusion of his seminal reference work on this matter, “TAKE YOUR CHOICE — SEPARATION OF MONGRELIZATION?” Take your choice – separation or mongrelization. The America of tomorrow – white or mongrel? Let us pray that Almighty God will guide our feet upon the road to a white America which will continue to lead the world in civilization and culture.
For further study of this issue, I heartily recommend that outstanding documentary film by a great Kentucky filmmaker, D.W. Griffith, The Birth of A Nation. When the KKK rides to the rescue to save the flower of white womanhood from being savaged by a group of crazed darkies, Senator Lott and all his supporters still get the vapors.
This should clear up Senator LottÂ¹s position. Now can we get back to the real business of this nation — talking about how much John KerryÂ¹s haircut costs?