Monday, October 23, 2017

Another of Wealth & Privilege Vying For Crazy Negro Comment of the Week Award

Take Your Meds and Have a Little Nap, Harry. 

DT - Harry Belafonte is most famous for “The Banana Boat Song” which means that unless you are 60 years or older and love calypso music, you probably don’t even know who he is. He is also a black activist who has a problem with any white President of the United States. While he has laid into George W. Bush in the past, it was nothing compared about what he had to say about Donald Trump.

Over the weekend Belafonte made, what he announced as, his last public appearance at Carnegie Music Hall in Pittsburgh. Ever the entertainer, he really went out with a bang. According to The Guardian, he started out by saying the country “made a mistake” in electing Donald Trump and then dropped this:
"I think the next mistake might very well be the gas chamber and what happened to Jews [under] Hitler is not too far from our door."
Many on the left have compared Trump to Hitler, but that’s usually in the context of the President enforcing our immigration laws, protecting us from foreign terrorists, or calling out the fake news liberal media. What Belafonte has done is on a completely different level. He’s accusing the freely-elected President of the United States of preparing to commit genocide against his own citizens. Of taking steps to eliminate an entire race of people.

What is this based on? I have no idea. This is still the US and we still have the Constitution in place that limits the President’s powers, including any sort of genocide plans. Also there is that thing where Trump’s racism is based entirely on liberal lies and leftist hysteria, but they’re not going t admit to that.

The reality is, the leftist Resistance shares more in common with fascists.  They want to disarm the people. They want to silence any ideas they disagree with. They want to force people to conform to their ideology. They are perfectly fine with using violence to get their way and to crush dissent. The biggest comparison between leftists and fascists however is that they are all lemmings who go along with whatever crazy and violent thing their party leaders say.  And no one bats an eye when Belafonte says, “Trump is Hitler and wants to kill all black people.”

Note: Speaking as a good leftist that he is, (inspired by the singer, actor and Communist activist Paul Robeson) on December 9, 2012 in an interview with Al Sharpton on MSNBC, Belafonte expressed dismay that many political leaders in the United States opposed the policies of President Obama even after his re-election: "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."

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