Belafonte to Obama: Lock up Opponents

Michael Thompson, WND, December 13, 2012

“The only thing left for Barack Obama to do is to work like a Third-World dictator and just put all of these guys in jail.”

Entertainer Harry Belafonte, a longtime leftist activist, told MSNBC’s Al Sharpton this was the solution for dealing with those who stand in the way of Barack Obama’s second-term goals.

On the Monday edition of MSNBC’s “PoliticsNation” show, Belafonte appeared in a segment with Kerry Kennedy of the RFK Center for Justice.

Sharpton asked Belafonte: “All right, Harry. You fought for decades for some of the quote, ‘entitlements’ that the right wing wants to try and balance this budget, balance the deficit off of. As you look at this, Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security, [you’ve] been an activist leader from Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt through Dr. King, through Mandela, to Obama. How do you view this and what is the challenge for those that are on the field today?”

Belafonte responded: “What I think has most attracted me through this whole process is watching the political maturity of the American people. There was a great question during the first election as to whether or not Barack would even be elected. And after the turnout show emphatically, would put him in the presidency, it’s interesting to watch the second term.”


Belafonte said “what fascinates me, is that the face of millions of Americans expressing their desire. The whole political establishment defining its game, that there should be this lingering infestation of really corrupt people who sit trying to dismantle the wishes of the people, the mandate that has been given to Barack Obama.”

“And I don’t know what more they want,” he said. “The only thing left for Barack Obama to do is to work like a third-world dictator and just put all of these guys in jail. You’re violating the American desire.”

In 2006, Belafonte called then-President George W. Bush “the greatest terrorist in the world” when he was part of delegation with actor Danny Glover and Cornel West to visit Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.

He praised Chavez, saying, “No matter what the greatest tyrant in the world, the greatest terrorist in the world, George W. Bush says, we’re here to tell you: Not hundreds, not thousands, but millions of the American people … support your revolution.”


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  • Francis Galton

    There’s just one little problem, Mr. Belafonte: most third-world dictatorships don’t have a 1:1 citizen to firearm ratio. I know that your political genes (literally, genes) make you and your dusky brethren amenable to “big man”/”strong man” dictators, but we “real” Americans with First-world genetic endowments prefer a relatively hands-off executive, thank you very much.

    • Michael_C_Scott

      Lee Harvey Oswald had such an approach to Executives. I think anyone would have to admit that 88 yards is “hands off”.

      • StillModerated


        This comment is neither, racist, nor republican, nor hateful.

  • Hirschibold

    Once again, a black man with a significant admixture of white blood trumping all the other blacks with his ‘hate whitey’ rhetoric. Someone once said that second- and third wave feminists were just women who were simply angry that they weren’t born men. Black people like Jeremiah Wright, Belafonte, Obama, and Susan Rice are merely frustrated that they are mulattoes, rather than fully white. Close, but no cigar.

    • Wait, I thought it was that mulattoes were “over-compensating” for not being all black. But I guess it’s whatever suits your delusions, right? So, why are white Americans angry? Is it because they are not “pure” white or is it because they want to be black/Latino?

    • whitney5158

      No one hates white folks like the half white.

      • Mr. Belafonte is angry at his black side for being black and jealous of his white side because his black side prevents him from being truly white.

        • OlderWoman

          He’s married to a white woman. Wonder what he thinks when he looks at her? Does he still think he’s getting back at Whitey?

          • josh

            No. Belafonte is a Judeo-phile. He claims–with pride no doubt–that he is 1/4 jewish. He is also Scotts. His latest wife is is Pamela Frank, I am guessing she is Jewish; if not she is surely a Philo-Semite like him. He is deep into the Black/Jewish civil rights mutual admiration society. The past adventures that the Jews had involving slavery have slipped from Harry’s mind; he is focused,as is the entire civil rites blob,on hatred of the white proletariat.

  • Some Guy

    “….the mandate that has been given to Barack Obama.”

    What is it with blacks and power. Once one of them is put in charge of ANYTHING they immediately let that power go straight to their heads. What do they think Obama is now because of his reelection, the Lord Inquisitor?

    • The__Bobster

      50.8% (which included a lot of fraudulent votes) is a mandate?

      • Joseph

        He’s using the Detroit Public School System math method.

    • Power to blacks is the same as malt liquor to them. Both go straight to their heads.

      • josh

        WHICH head????

    • It’s like I say, once you go black, you’re not allowed to go back.

      Blacks seem to believe once they make it to ‘the top’ of any political system or business or neighborhood majority that they now own the position and it can’t and shouldn’t be taken from them.

      An historically black neighborhood or school musts remain black while an historically white neighborhood must be made black. And once it ‘s black, you’re not allowed to go back.

      • OlderWoman

        Look at his imdB pages. His ‘accomplishments’ and his ‘resume’. Funny how he could get such a big head over such maudlin credits. But, then he is an ACTOR.

    • Svigor

      It’s one of the same major factors that contributes to their low capability for civilization; they are present-oriented and largely incapable of empathy, i.e., controlling their urges and seeing fair dealing as a good way to run a society. They wants what dey wants and dey wants it now; steal the shiny bike that catches their eye, blow their paycheck on rims, turn any political office they inhabit into a graft machine, etc.

      • josh

        But when they have power over women and what are to them attractive males,they never abuse it.The idea of using their place and position to influenece younger people to have sexual relations with them is anathema to the black male. Its his inner decency.Theyre very Puritanical and straight-laced and family oriented. (Haw haw haw haw haw haw haw haw haw haw haw haw haw haw!!!!!!!!)

  • Nothing new from belafonte. He’s been a white hating bum his entire life.

    • OlderWoman

      …married to a white woman.

      • OlderWoman

        …and talentless.

      • Indeed, an African “loving” a White woman is nothing but another manifestation of White-hating.

    • StillModerated

      Hey Mr Tally Man tally me banana …
      Dere’s a hole in my bucket dear Liza dear Liza …
      Oh never mind. I thought the silly fool was dead.

      • Pelayo

        You forgot “Brown skin girl stay home and mind baby. He blamed the United States Navy for impregnating ISLAAHHND girls and then deserting them. Of course he’s be outraged because Black men NEVER do that to their brown skin girls.

        • john

          The Korean star rapper PSY went ape at Americans,advocating killing American kids etc,(esp sick in light of todays school mass shooting),after an Army truck killed a Korean kid(s). I wonder the race of the truck drivers? And what was their state of sobriety? Its well known that the black service”men” on Okinawa cause endless trouble with their rape of local women and children.

  • Dr. X

    This type of thing reinforces the fact that the past 140 years of American policy since the Civil War has been entirely wrong, and that the Supreme Court actually got it right in Dred Scott v. Sandford. Here you have a man of African descent who has been granted the white man’s freedoms — the Bill of Rights, Due Process, habeas corpus rights, and trial by jury. His millions of dollars are protected by the white man’s rule of law and centuries of well-established property rights.

    And what does he do? Advocate that the president of the United States act like an African dictator and summarily arrest his political opponents.

    Just goes to show — you can take the savage out of the jungle, but you can’t take the jungle out of the savage.

    • The__Bobster

      Well, Abe Lincoln did just that. Was that fact included in the latest Spielboig movie?

    • Svigor

      Reading the quotes from Belafonte and Sharpton, it’s hard to know what most of that gibberish is supposed to mean. And these are the smart ones.

    • Dave4088

      Both Barry and Mickey Obama have reaped the benefits of the set asides the white man willingly gave them. They’ve lived in the lap of luxury most of their adult lives, and yet they loathe white people and America as do the majority of blacks. Mother nature is trying to teach the white race some important lessons regarding racial differences, but most prefer to remain deaf, dumb and blind.

  • You Are Now Enriched

    Why is Diversity so openly telegraphing to the White community what their plan is for us?

    Because they know that we are so timid and defeated that even in the face of a hateful future, we will just go back to our football, booze, porn, games, and drugs and figure that the troubles will visit somebody else and not us.

    “If you can sleep at night in times like these, you don’t deserve to.”

    • purestocles

      “Because they know that we are so timid and defeated”.

      I wanted to say this in response to that French Sperm Count Story of a couple of day ago which generated much speculation as to its cause.

      There is a phenomenon in the animal kingdom in mating behavior when males fight for territory (the arena) and hence the privilege of mounting willing females. That the losers of these fights loitering on the sidelines could conceivably gang up and overwhelm the dominant male but don’t. There seems to be a hormonal castration that occurs in the losers.

      And it seems to me that when governments, like France for instance, ruthlessly subjugate their white male majority and support the errant rights and will of the Muslim minority who then violate the standards of acceptable behavior of the native White culture, then those men undergo a similar hormonal shift that could explain their lowered sperm count. They are in effect being castrated by their government and their feelings of being “defeated” and therefore “timid” are entirely appropriate.

      • refocus

        Maybe something is in the water too?

        • GeneticsareDestiny

          Women in most First World countries like France are peeing out tons of birth control every single day. I don’t know much about the chemicals in it, or whether water filtration can remove all of it, but if there is something in the water, it seems a good candidate.

      • 5n4k33y35

        The word you’re looking for is “emasculated” and it is a real phenomenon. But each man is responsible for his own dignity and there are no excuses for losers.

        Death before dishonor is the motto for those who would not live as second class citizens, no matter the consequences. Some things are worth fighting for, and freedom is one of them.

        Also, keep in mind, that article is part of a greater campaign of psychological warfare. You can simply ignore it.

    • Joseph

      I think it is just the usual cocky jungle bravado now completely uncorked because a brutha is in the White(man’s) House tellin’ YT what to do.

      Not a new phenom, just more brazen. They believe that their ship has come in.

  • guest

    Those who voted for Obama (again) wanted him as president again, and now they’re about to suffer for it. Unfortunately, so will every other American who did not vote for him.

    • mike

      I’m a race realist who was raised in Detroit and know better than most how basically unintelligent and incompetent blacks are on average. Additionally based on Obama’s statement concerning Travon Martin and his uninformed criticism of a Cambridge, Massachusetts police officer I believe he is racially prejudiced as is his Attorney General. Nonetheless I still voted for him and really find it offensive that so many posters on this site somehow automatically assume the Republicans are going to save us. In case you didn’t notice, by the end of the last Presidential campaign Romney was endorsing his own version of the Dream Act, had us just about ready to bomb Iran for Israel and didn’t have any more specifics on how to balance the budget or save the economy than Obama. So in spite of my race realism I am a realist about others things too, such as; unemployment continues to drop under Obama, the stock market is almost up to pre crash levels, economic growth continues, we are out of Iraq, on the way out of Afghanistan and have actually put Netanyahu back in the bottle. Sorry you may have to “suffer” some more of this under Obama, but what the heck I suffered for 8 years under Jorge Boosch, his attempt at amnesty, his “no child left behind” stab in the back of whites and his economic stewardship which was as much a joke as his foreign policy. In short the white realist vote will simply be taken for granted if we just vote for any one other than the black.

      • OlderWoman

        Wow, just wow. You’ve had MORE than your share of kool-aid. Wow! I don’t know whether to laugh or cry after reading your comment.

      • I wouldn’t blame you at all for not voting, but I think you display a real lack of understanding by actually casting a vote for a black person to be President.

        1. We know the Republicans won’t save us as they are currently constituted.

        2. We also know that Romney was basically open borders. Yes, he pretended to be for immigration restriction just as long as he needed to in order to win the Republican nomination, by embracing Kris Kobach as an immigration adviser. But as soon as he clinched enough delegates, he ditched Kobach. I can’t yet say how I know this, but I know for a fact that Romney and Kobach didn’t have any lengthy conversation about immigration or anything since early March. It’s pretty odd not talking to your chief immigration adviser about immigration for six months.

        3. Obama’s going to take us into Syria. Ships loaded with Marines are on the Mediterranean Sea, just waiting for the order to land.

        4. The unemployment drop under Obama is legerdemain. It’s either fudging people out of the workforce, counting people as “employed” using very loose definitions of “employed,” swelling government employment rolls, and what few gains there are in the private sector largely go to non-white immigrants.

        5. The stock market only seems to be doing well because of quantitative easing. And even if it was, so what? The stock market is nothing more than a market in long ago issued shares of common stock in larger corporations. Unless you own a lot of stock, it is basically irrelevant to the average person.

        6. The only reason the economy is “growing” is because GDP = C + I + G +E, i.e. consumption plus investment plus government spending plus exports. Back out Obama’s profligate spending, and the GDP is actually shrinking. Median household income is actually on the long term wane.

        7. We may be out of Iraq, but not enough out of Iraq. We still have tens of thousands of people there trying to keep a lid on the sectarian violence. If the stuff hits the fan very soon, we’ll be right back in. Needless to say, we should have never been in Iraq to begin with.

        8. This is one thing I will grant you — Our efforts against Afghanistan should be from the air using drones and air strikes rather than ground troops. That was one of Obama’s best moves. It fits perfectly into my ideal of we win they lose.

        9. We shouldn’t have Netanyahu or any other Israeli leader in a bottle, nor should we coddle him or her. We should be neutral. And, if we believe that Israel is a white country and Jews are white, (a debatable proposition), we should be no more or less pro Israel than we are pro Italy or pro Ireland or pro Iceland. If we don’t think they’re white, then we shouldn’t care at all.

        10. Uh, hello? Obama’s for amnesty. He actually enacted a form of amnesty via executive order. Not even Bush was dumb enough to try that.

        11. NCLB was pure idiocy. Obama has doubled down with Race to the Bottom.

        • Daisy

          I am a recovered democrat, as are many whites increasingly. I even ardently campaigned for the party at times. The first I ever voted for a republican top of the ticket was in 2008 although it was more of a protest vote.

          This year I voted for Romney in spite of all the legitimate points Mike makes I made this decision to be pro-active for myself and my people for two basic reasons: 1) i refuse to vote myself into prison, torture and rape as a white woman and 2) I believe that Romney is a pragmatist and one who would have gotten our economy going more quickly than Obama. I even believe that to stop the war on whites is best for everyone in the US, and I think it’s sad Mike that you turned against yourself, your people this November. Romney at heart is a moderate in his governing and the republican far right likely lost him the election.

          I’m not a big believer in race as a scientific category, but am a race realist in my own way. Not everyone digs the republicans here. Maybe you need to hear about what the democrats do to white women, white middle and lower classes…no party that commits such atrocities is ever in the moral or pragmatic right.

          • Romney at heart is a moderate in his governing and the republican far right likely lost him the election.

            I’d like for you to make the case for that. Most of the “far right” (I guess that’s a “shot” across my bough) tried to drag the useless clod across the finish line, and only because we share a common race and the other person on the ballot was black.

          • Unfortunately, voters don’t want pragmatism anymore. It’s an abstract to them. They want promises of ‘things’. Free healthcare. Free college. Free birth control. Free abortions on demand. Free immigration policies. And others.

            We’re no longer talking about “Civil Rights”. The ‘progressive’ left has defined these and others as “Human Rights” issues.

            It can only get worse from here because money and funding are not the issues. The issue is personal responsibility which the ‘progressive’ left denies is a legitimate concern.

          • Daisy

            I still want action, and think more of us would benefit by getting some in motion. Whom are we educating? Everyone on here knows there’s a problem. I want to reach those who still aren’t fully cognizant or aware at all, even change some who have drunk the left’s kool aid, and make our voice heard by the government. We have to exercise the power we do have before we lose it completely.

          • SLCain

            “I’m not a big believer in race as a scientific category,….”

            Why not? It is as valid a category as anything else in biology.

          • Daisy

            I’ve never seen convincing evidence that there’s a separate race of this or that ethnicity or regional ethnicity. I believe in white people as an ethnicity and culture.

          • Svigor

            I’ve never seen convincing evidence that you have a clue what you’re talking about.

          • SLCain

            So you see no difference between caucasoids, negroids, and mongoloids? Two black people in Africa could have a caucasian baby? Then why does this never happen? Race is everybit as meaningful a biological category as is family. Do families not exist? Race is a consequence of darwinian evolution. If you don’t believe in the former, then you don’t really believe in the latter either.

          • François

            Well, scientists are working on the decoding of the human genome, and I think it will be very interesting to one day see what they actually discover. I wouldn’t trust CNN to give us the whole story, tough.

            When it comes to plants, fish, insects, etc, biologists compare the genomes of two different subgroups within the same species, and if those differ by more than a certain percentage of the total number of genes of their respective genetic materials, the decision is made, that the two subgroups are distinct RACES , within one same species.

            The criteria for the final decision, are a bit arbitrary, yes, but I would not go so far as saying that the kind of biological evidence you refer to, does not exist. But if it does indeed, the Powers That Be, might do a lot, to hide it from the general population. I mean, think of the implications…

            One thing is probable, I think: the pseudo-scientific notion of race being PURELY a social construct, will some day go pretty quickly through the window!

        • majordomo

          Excuse me, but what does NCLB stand for? And what do you mean by not having Netanyahu or any Israeli leader in a bottle? Don’t assume that all people should automatically know what you are talking about. Does it not matter to you that Israel is our sole loyal ally in the region or that the Arab Muslim world is seeking to complete Hitler’s Final Solution?

          • 1. No Child Left Behind

            2. As for your other questions, this should answer them as well as I ever can:


          • François

            Are they really your loyal ally, or a country that is very happy to have the US Army fight its own wars in its place? And could that have anything to do with the fact that many Jews living in the US have considerable influence and power, in the States?

            What about the incident involving the USS Liberty, in 1967? Quite a way to treat an ally, wouldn’t you agree?

      • jackryanvb

        Well said Mike. At least under Obama and BIll Clinton and Lib Dems, we have a lot less Neo Conservative, pro Israel war mongering. It’s a fallen world, try to make the best of things. Go local and deal with non White crime, immigration, anti White media, anti White schools in your area. Look at the bride side, nobody watches anti White TV anymore, there is Netflix. Only Mitt Romney wants to bring back the cold war against….

        THE RUSSIANS?!!

        • I wish that was the case, but under Bill Clinton, we had:

          1. Serbia, to put down a crypto-WN movement of sorts (I know Milosevic was far from perfect, please don’t start that discussion again)

          2. Half of Somalia (Bush 41 started it in December 1992, after Clinton won the election) — Hell, that and that alone is the reason why Minneapolis, and Lewistown, Maine, and other cities, are still filling up with Somalians

          3. Air strikes against Iraq in the 1991-2003 interbellum period, to enforce no-fly zones

          As far as the antagonism that Romney and the lamestream conservative foreign policy establishment have/had toward Russia, for the life of me, I can’t come up with a good valid logical reason why. The least bad reason I can come up with is that anti-Sovietism was a staple of Republican electoral victories back in the day, as the bruthas would say, and old habits die hard. The next worst theory is that Jewish neo-conservatives who have a fairly dominant voice in the Republican establishment are fuming still because USSR-era Russia purged Jews, but if that was the case, liberal Democrat Jews (which are most Jews) would and should also be mad at Russia, and by and large, they are not. Be that as it may, there’s no reason for the hostility now. Moscow can be a very good ally on a lot of things. And, if we decide that we need a nuclear missile defense shield, we should do it in cooperation with Russia, not isolating them on the geopolitical chessboard. Of course, I happen to think that the whole concept of a nuclear missile defense shield is nothing more than a giant boondoggle for the MIC, and that our real and best nuke defense shield is our nukes to begin with.

          • 5n4k33y35

            USSR purged Jews? According to what credible source?

          • That’s my point, and why I can’t and haven’t bought the theory on which that is predicated.

          • 5n4k33y35

            Yep. There is a difference between oppression and persecution. Jews were oppressed just like Christians and Muslims, but they were not persecuted by the doctrine of the USSR.

            If anything, Jews were more within their own element under the USSR, because they are natural bureaucrats by acculturation. Also, Jews clung more stubbornly to their separate identity than those of Christian or Muslim background.

            All kinds of Russians were purged during Stalin’s era of political paranoia. That’s what you get from autocratic rule, totalitarianism, nihilism, with Atheism as the state religion.

            The reality is, Russian Jews heard the call of Zionism and left Russia for Israel. Stalin didn’t want the brain-drain of Jews leaving for Israel. He didn’t like the Jews clinging to to their separate identity. He felt betrayed by the Russian Jews who left the USSR.

            But Stalin sure as hell didn’t purge Jews specifically. Stalin was the one who imposed the death penalty for anti-Semitism. He compared anti-Semitism to cannibalism.

          • I’m not that familiar with the history, but I think some supposed Jewish animosity toward the Soviet Union that is the supposed cause of the supposed hard feelings that supposedly is driving them to drive lamestream conservative irrational hatred toward modern day Russia supposedly happened during the Khrushchev/Brezhnev era, not Stalin.

            But you see? I have so many “supposeds” here that I can never grok the theory that “the Joos” have this eternal anger toward the USSR/Russia for whatever “purges” are said to have happened.

            The theory that being against Communism and its main practitioner used to be a big vote farm for the American Republican Party ergo old habits die hard is a much better one.

          • Michael_C_Scott

            One of my Jewish friends grew up in what used to be the USSR. Her late husband was summarily executed for being drunk in Moscow. The Russian “Christian” policeman who widowed my friend was never charged.

          • David Ashton

            Very complicated, partly by definitions – Jews, Zionists, Cosmopolitans. See e.g. William Korey, “Russian Antisemitism, Pamyat, and the Demonology of Zionism” (Routledge, 1995). There was in my view a lot of US and Israeli Jewish pressure against the “evil empire” (where Jews had long lost internal influence) particularly on the emigration, “prisoners of Zion” and “human rights” issue; I was aware of this first-hand as an anti-communist researcher and analyst. By the time we got to Yeltsin the influence of post-Soviet “capitalists” and US advice had brought some Jewish influence back to the Russian sphere. The position of Putin and his “ex-“KGB circle re the oligarchs is ambiguous, but there is a lot of criticism of present-day Russia from Jewish quarters and particular interest in retrospectively attacking Stalinism (which had been an asset during the Hitler period).

          • 5n4k33y35

            Under the Stalin’s USSR, Jews were neither purged specifically, nor were they were exempt from being purged if they were part of a greater conspiracy against Stalin’s power. Long story short, there was no Soviet purge of Jews, nor any organized persecution of Jews, they oppressed just like everyone else, then many left for Israel.

        • Francois

          I guess his campaign was at least in part designed so as to appeal to total idiots.

      • “I’m a race realist who was raised in Detroit and know better than most how basically unintelligent and incompetent blacks are on average. Additionally based on Obama’s statement concerning Travon Martin and his uninformed criticism of a Cambridge, Massachusetts police officer I believe he is racially prejudiced as is his Attorney General. Nonetheless I still voted for him”


        “and really find it offensive that so many posters on this site somehow automatically assume the Republicans are going to save us.”

        You must not come to this site often.

      • Those are good reasons to not have voted for Gov. Romney. His bulging eyes and increasingly frenzied promise to “defend Israel” was over the top. He might have though he was winning votes but the majority of Americans didn’t want another war in the middle east. I’m sure many voters were turned off (as I was) and were part of the group that stayed home.

        However, the one thing we’re going to have to contend with for decades to come is Obama’s supreme court nominations.It’s likely he’s going to make one if not two. More ruling on affirmative action and disparate impact.

        • I would like to think that enough American voters are getting isolationist enough to grasp these nuances, but I still can’t settle on the explanation that Romney didn’t win because people don’t want another war, because I don’t grok that the average voter is that in tune. Remember, we’re living in a continuously looping episode of Entertainment Tonight.

          I still come back to the explanation that Obama won this election more than Romney lost, and Obama won because his whiz kid data miners were the straws that stirred the ground game drink. And they turned out the gibsmedat voters big time, perhaps “too big,” if you know what I mean. To wit: There were 100,000 more black voters in Ohio in 2012 compared to 2008. How is that even possible but for fraud?

          Back to invade the world invite the world, as long as the Republican Party is predominated by low church Protestants and Mormons, both slinging millenarian theologies of some sort, it will be an invade the world party at heart. I would like to think the solution is as simple as getting good German Lutherans and Catholics from the Kraut Belt of America to the forefront of party leadership, the kind of Christians who don’t interpret Revelation literally, and therefore feel no spiritual or political need to “stand with Israel.” BUT…Paul Ryan, upper Midwestern Catholic, with some German ancestry, was an invade-the-worlder. And the Lutherans and Catholics are worse than any religious group on refugee resettlement.

          • Romney’s position on defending Israel wasn’t the defining factor but the margin of voters was tight. He lost enough voters with that position making it difficult to close the gap. The wiz-kid data miners are a good example here. They knew starting another war in the middle east was a contentious issue and used it to their advantage.

            There are other reasons Obama won which is where the data miners and speech writers came into play.

            If you listened to Obama’s speeches, he kept making vague references to issues such as saying, ‘a college student shouldn’t be crippled with debt when he or she graduates’. He never talked about or promised loan forgiveness for college grads but just talking about it in a way that made him sound sympathetic to their plight won him their vote.

            He made the same vague comments about illegal immigrants. He never promised amnesty but his comments made it appear that he was sympathetic to illegal aliens and he would do something.

            These positions and others were driven by the work of data miners.

            And the MSM played along. No one asked Obama specific questions about what he would actually do. Contrast this with how they pummeled Romney with specifics.

            The data miners found issues Obama could appear sympathetic, the speech writers wove this vague promises into his speeches, and the voters felt and believed Obama was on their side and was going to do something to help them.

            All Romney had was that he was going to help businesses by giving them tax relief. While businesses have money, they’re a small percentage of the voting population.

            Romney promised to help businesses. Obama ‘promised’ to help everyone and everyone is a larger voting bloc than businessmen. .

          • If you listened to Obama’s speeches, he kept making vague references to issues such as saying, ‘a college student shouldn’t be crippled with debt when he or she graduates’. He never talked about or promised loan forgiveness for college grads but just talking about it in a way that made him sound sympathetic to their plight won him their vote.

            And of course both of us and most people reading these words know that most Democrats are the cause of college getting expensive, because academia is an arm of the Democrat Party, and we also know that the typical Republican is too feckless to try to explain this to anyone.

        • Daisy

          This is key, absolutely crucial for every pro-white person to grasp and form some strategy to combat. We need action. I need to examine the stats on the makeup of the senate and congress and see how realistic it would be to try to seriously block Obama’s picks until the coward is forced to give up his crusade to totally obliterate white rights. I think we should be organizing grassroots political organizations to try to shape the mid-term elections. There’s a lot of smart, wise people (and some not so) on this site but what I see lacking is any movement to translate our thoughts into actions and results.

          I have asked that we be allowed to exchange private messages as the start of local networking and want to encourage other posters to lobby for this with the moderators of AmRen.

        • François

          «His bulging eyes and increasingly frenzied promise to “defend Israel” was over the top. He might have though he was winning votes but the majority of Americans didn’t want another war in the middle east.»

          No, but Mitt knows who injects big money into his campaigns, and he also knows what they want to hear him say, when he delivers a speech!

      • Joseph

        If you think that there is grand support for the Repubs, especially Bush(s), you need to read more of the postings here is all I can say. Many are really pi$$ed off for just the reasons such as you cite.

      • SLCain

        a race realist…..

        Nonetheless I still voted for him….”

        Then your actions are entirely inconsistent with your opinions.

        “….really find it offensive that so
        many posters on this site somehow automatically assume the Republicans
        are going to save us.”

        You are also easily offended. Nobody here thinks that. Nobody. Even those here who strongly advocated a vote for Mitt Romney did so, not under the illusion that he would really help white people, but only because it was the least worst option. I was not one of those, by the way – I voted third party – but I understand, and do not condemn, those who voted for Romney.

        But rest assured that, in voting for Obama, you have indeed abetted your own disenfranchiement, by actively supporting those who WILL undermine you. If somebody says “I am your friend”, you should not automatically assume that they are. But if someone says “I am your enemy”, I would advise taking them at their word.

      • Svigor

        Romney is obviously head and shoulders a better human being in every way than 0bama. He was also obviously far more qualified for the job.


      • Bill

        Your voting for Obama is just about as idiotic and myopic as a Jew voting for Hitler in 1933. And for the same reason. Exactly the same reason.

      • Mike

        I agree.

    • StillModerated

      Indeed, it rains fire and brimstone on the just and the unjust.

  • What mandate? The country was split pretty evenly.

    “Lingering infestation of corrupt people to dismantle the wishes of the people.”

    So now we’re an “infestation”. The solution to an “infestation” is generally “extermination”.

    Of course, when Mr. Sharpton heard the statement, he grinned ear to ear. ‘You’re speaking to the choir, brotha’.

    This is why they (people like Chris Matthews) keep saying they know the real motives of white people. They’re just projecting their own genocidal fantasies.

    • Joseph

      Is Matthews actually white or just a very light negro?

      Enquiring white minds want to know.

      • He’s Irish and there is a segment of the Irish community that HATES WASPs. Ted Kennedy and likely most of the Kennedy clan are a great example.

        Joseph Kennedy was driven to success because of his hatred for WASPS. He wanted to crush them at their own game. First in business then in politics.

        • Joseph

          I think that you could stop at business. Political power further serves to enhance financial power. It is seldom an end in itself.

          No matter what they are talking about, they’re talking about money.

    • Svigor

      The mandate where millions fewer voted in the recent election than the one previous, I guess.

  • So CAL Snowman

    Locking up and killing political dissidents is a hallmark of african rule and it has worked out so well in Zimbabwe right?

    • refocus

      And it was done in other places too… Honkyville many times.

      • SirKevin1231

        Show one instance of this happening in “honkyville”. I know you can’t.

    • Germanacus
      • OlderWoman

        She ignored her intuition. When will women ever learn not to be with black men without a second person with her for added protection?

        • purestocles

          This from the article, “Integra staff members are trained that if they are ever concerned for their safety, they can have other staff accompany them on their visits.”

          Maybe, in the interests of economy, social workers could pair up with pizza delivery people when visiting these savages.

      • ageofknowledge

        Wow! I’m surprised he didn’t drag the body home and eat it. What are these people doing amongst us?

    • One man, one vote, one time.

  • longing4abetterworld

    Day-O, Day-O…black man come and whitey go home.

  • OlderWoman

    Harry needs money. His ‘career’ has been dead for decades. His imdb activity is dull, his resume even duller. It claims Harry has a foundation, but if I google it, it only shows a yelp site with three stars. No description, nothing.

  • GeneticsareDestiny

    Wherever there are Africans, there is Africa.

    • Similar to my adage: wherever there’s noise, there’s usually black people.

  • MikeofAges

    Old saying, Mr. Belafonte. He who tries to ride the tiger ends up in the tiger’s belly. This guy has a track record of idiotic pronouncements that would make a 23-year-old airhead junior college dropout actress-activist just plain jealous.

    • François

      Well, if you listen to the lyrics of his répertoire, they should give a pretty good idea about the man’s intellectual level… What’s that song that was included in the soundtrack of the comedy, Bettlejuice, again…? That «Day-O» thing… I rest my case.

  • Jefferson

    Harry Belafonte sounds like a Black version of commie fascist Kim Jong il, when he says people who disagree with Obama on political issues should be put in prison.

    Harry Belafonte is a scum Negro Human Being. So much for the myth that liberals cherish the right to freedom of speech and Human rights.

    If the liberal Harry Belafonte was POTUS, he would run this country like as if he was Idi Amin.

  • I personally love when they show their hands like this. What Belafonte means is he wants white people locked up for opposing black rule. His shiny brown head is transparent enough to see what’s going on inside it.

  • IKantunderstand

    Hey Harry! I got news for you pal, AMERICANS did not vote for Obama. Residents of the U.S., legal or non -legal citizens voted for this obamination. Belafonte’s right about one thing: the United States of America is now figuratively a third world country. Soon to be followed by being literally a third world country. Our founding fathers must be so proud. The White men who founded this country, men who were so brilliant and exceptionally brave and stalwart, men who fought to create this country, a constellation of brilliant stars, whose thinking, deep ruminations and sometimes acrimonious debate, resulted in a country the likes of which the world had never seen. But, according to Mr. Belafonte, (you know, that deep thinker, who although he supports Black whatever , thinks he is a genius, has done nothing but accept Marxist views. (You know, as in Karl Marx, that famous White Jewish German). Can’t Blacks come up with any kind of an original idea? Seriously, Black liberation theology? Uh, White Christianity coupled with White marxism. Well, Africans never did manage to come up with a written language. Or the wheel. And yet, we Whites have turned out to be the dumbest on the planet. We are creating conditions to remove ourselves (and not in a go to another planet good way). So, I think, we now must ask, was Charles Darwin really correct about his theory? Are Whites willingly allowing themselves to be replaced and race mixed, because this is in fact the ultimate survival tool of Caucasians? The only way for Caucasian DNA to be transmitted into the future? By an admixture of Caucasian genes and African genes and Asian genes? Is this the survival of the fittest?

    • Michael_C_Scott

      Blacks have come up with a few original ideas: “penis theft” by “sorcerers” is one.

  • I’m not watching Jamie Foxx any more and will never listen to another Harry Belafonte song. There’s lots of good stuff out there, so it’s no loss.

  • And why isn’t Al Sharpton in jail?

    I have just two words: “Tawana” and “Brawley.”

  • Zapp Branigan

    Anybody want to bet that there will be a movement to amend the constitution to allow Obama a third term, or even unlimited terms?
    Africans and representative government do not mix, anywhere, why should they do so in America?

    • MikeofAges

      Somebody will bring it up. They did with Reagan and Clinton as well. But it won’t happen. 2/3 of both houses and 38 states required. If anything we need to limit the president to one four-year term. That could happen, but the senators and representative will never vote to submit an amendment to limit their own terms. Lifetime appointments for the Supreme Court are another mistake, but one which will never be corrected.

  • Eurobeing

    blacks give em a fur coat and a cigar and they think they own the world

  • shmo123

    Heyyyyyyyyyyyyy Oh.
    Time to send the Calypso Clown back to Jamaica on a banana boat.

    • OlderWoman

      Harry was born in New York City. Nothing exotic about him other than his melanin. He’s best friends with Sidney Poitier, another 60’s token in Hollywood.

      • shmo123

        Thanks Older. I stand corrected. I read on Wikipedia that he spent several years in Jamaica as a kid living with his grandmother. I think he should go back and stay. Permanently.

  • Not Politically Correct

    It is deplorable what he siad, but how is this any different than many of you posters who routinely espouse mean spirited rhetoric as well as encourage and condone violence against your opponents, especially Black opponents, on this website?

  • mobilebay

    Well, Mr. Day-O, looks like you’re biting the hand that’s fed you very well. We bought your records, paid an admission to see your movies and applauded the humanitarian acts you performed. What happened along the way? When did you decide you hated the country that’s been so good to you, and why?

  • Michael_C_Scott

    I wish the Belafonte clown would try to explain in public what part of the US Constitution allows the “Occupy the White House” simian to arrest people without charges.

  • PesachPatriot

    Gee harry…some guys named Assad and Hussein in the middle east were also constantly locking up and executing their political opponents and things worked out just swell for them. If Mr. Belaphoney wants to live somewhere that presidents just lock up anyone who disagrees with them he would absolutely adore living in Robert Mugabe’s paradise of Zimbabwe….this should all be dismissed as the senile rantings of a deranged old man….giving him attention is exactly what he wants.

  • rebelcelt

    Spoken like a true black man. Kill and imprison whoever stands in your way, no regard to rule of law. Then blacks wonder why black countries are always hellholes.