The black supremacist NAACP wants to remove the national anthem. Like everything else American, they say it’s racist. The NFL field thugs claimed their protests weren’t aimed at…
We were told in their efforts to portray themselves as something they’re not that the reason that the field thugs of the NFL were protesting the national anthem had nothing to do with the anthem, the flag, our military or respect for our nation. It was supposedly a gesture to draw attention, with the anthem merely a prop for their political free speech.
Now the thin veil has fallen off of that hoax with the black supremacists at the California NAACP calling for the removal of the Star Spangled Banner as the national anthem. Maybe something along the lines of rappers spitting out “F” Donald Trump would be more to their liking and more representative of the truly pathetic condition they have ushered our nation into.
As with anything else that they can contort into an assault on their fragile and prone to victimhood blackness, the NAACP is calling the anthem “racist and anti-black” and is demanding that Congress “replace it altogether.”
The perpetually butt-hurt representative of the black supremacist NAACP, Alice Huffman, says of the American anthem, “This song is wrong, it should never have been there. And just like we didn’t have it until 1931, it won’t kill us if it goes away.” Certainly it won’t kill her, patriotism and love of this country are foreign to her and her organization. We need more fundamental transformation.
She says, “This country is a country that has shared values and the more that we respect each other, the better off we’ll be as a country.” Her actions and demands say that respect is a one way street and she and those who look like her are directing the traffic.
She wants respect for her interpretation of one line of the words that are vague and could be interpreted in a number of ways, intent on taking the national anthem down the path they have successfully dragged other American symbols that they don’t like, the Confederate Battle Flag and Civil War monuments, for example. [VIDEO BELOW]
The same supposed need for respect and unity was cited in those instances when the NAACP and other black supremacists refused to respect the rights of others and acted in a divisive manner. White people are about tired of hearing you whine and name call that everything you don’t like is race-based and you’re inevitably the victims.
The NAACP is a racist organization that should be eliminated long before our national anthem is modified in any way. Alice Huffman might need to get a real job and see what it’s like to have to work for a living rather than sitting on her plump race-baiting behind, on her nice, comfy couch and throw abuse at others based upon the color of their skin.
The third verse lyrics are below. Were it not for the word “slave” she and her comrades would have never identified it as having anything to do with slavery and seems more like the author, Francis Scott Key, was running out of “ave” words that fit into the context of the poem that became the anthem. He’s describing, in poetic language, generally what he saw in 1814 in the defense of Fort McHenry in the Battle of Baltimore during the War of 1812. He was not foretelling the future and saw no slaves from his position as a guest aboard a British warship.
And where is that band who so vauntingly swore,
That the havoc of war and the battle’s confusion
A home and a Country should leave us no more?
Their blood has wash’d out their foul footstep’s pollution.
No refuge could save the hireling and slave
From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave,
And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.
It’s time for these agitators to end their manipulation of the differences between us and their incessant attempts to capitalize on every one of them as an opportunity to make false or outdated accusations in pursuit of a political or racial advantage. Shut up and just be an American and quit attacking the rest of us.
She says “It won’t kill us if it goes away.” The same could be said about her. We don’t care about her situation, either as it is or as she chooses to embellish it. If the agitators can’t handle it here in America, there’s a whole world of other choices outside our borders. And please, don’t hurry back.
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