Racism & Bigotry Abounds in the #ALpolitics State Democratic Executive Committee
Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Sunday, July 12, 2015
A person who shows or feels discrimination or prejudice against people of other races, or who believes that a particular race is superior to another.
bigot: A person who is intolerant towards those holding different opinions.
As a noun, racism is “a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human racial groups determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one’s own race is superior and has the right to dominate others or that a particular racial group is inferior to the others.”
Yesterday – Saturday July 11, 2015 – the State Democratic Executive Committee of the Alabama Democratic Party met in Montgomery. The ostensible purpose of that meeting was to elect members to fill vacancies in the party.
Things didn’t go well.
But then again, things haven’t gone well for the Alabama Democratic Party for quite some time.
The reason why is quite simple, and can be summed up in one word: Mismanagement.
Chairwoman Nancy Worley, former Secretary of State, and former teacher from New Hope, in Madison county (in the northernmost part of the state, bordering Tennessee), has actively presided over a failing party and permitted – perhaps even encouraged – manipulation within the party by Joe Reed, who has treated the party and SDEC as his own private fiefdom, and in the process, significantly – if not single-handedly – contributed to dissension within the party, and by extension, destruction of the same.
I desire you would use all your skill to
paint my picture truly like me,
and not flatter me at all;
but remark all these roughnesses, pimples, warts, and everything
as you see me,
otherwise I will never pay a farthing for it.”
Lord Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658) on having his portrait painted, as quoted in “Anecdotes of Painting in England” (1762) by Horatio “Horace” Walpole, 4th Earl of Orford (1717–1797) p444
Some didn’t take well to my portrait of Joe Reed as a Negro racist bigot.
And they asserted that seeing things as they truly are – rather than through some hallucinogenic rose-colored glasses – would be damaging to the party, and its ideals.
But, if by “ideals,” they mean only Negroes hand-picked by the racist Negro bigot Joe Reed can serve serve on the Alabama Democratic Party State Executive Committee, then ideals it is… albeit racist bigoted ideals.
Joe Reed is a Negro racist bigot.
And the Alabama Democratic party is misled by an incompetent fool whom similarly permits Joe Reed’s bigoted racism manipulation.
The manipulative racist bigotry of the Alabama Democratic Party was in its full glory Saturday when Madam Chairman Nancy “Stuck-On-The-Commode” Worley ramrodded her selfish, self-centered personal agenda through, and stood idly by as Joe “Mo Powah’” Reed and his hand-picked evil cohorts, one-by-one, continued their decimation of the party. Those rotten bastards will not be satisfied until they are in absolute and utter control. (May they receive from their own hand the reward justly due them… upon Earth, and more so in Hades.) Enemies of freedom deserve what they want others to have.
This is not merely my opinion exclusively, but others’ similarly.
“I am embarrassed, I am appalled, I am ashamed to call myself a member of the SDEC. What I have witnessed here today is a travesty.
“And I know my late husband, former President Pro Tem Senator Michael A. Figures is looking down upon us and saying ‘that same person is up to his same acts.’
“I have set by, sat down and shut up for too long watching the Democratic party of the State of Alabama be destroyed! We are supposed to be a party of everybody coming together and working together.
“And we have allowed this person to disintegrate the Alabama state Democratic party. And we all know who that is!
“It’s a dog-gone shame that we come here together to fill vacancies in districts where people live – and they know the people who live in their district, and who they want to nominate – and they be denied to put their person to put that seat to represent that district.
“But yet, there’s a yellow sheet – that if your name is not on this sheet – that means that these people must be people who do not want to ‘kiss the ring.’ And we all know what ring that is.
“Throw me out of the Democratic Party if you want to, Madam Chairman, because I work for the people, not the party!
“And unless we change things, we are never going to get any Democrat elected to any statewide office!”
Everyone who follows news of Alabama politics knows that the Alabama Democratic Party has become decimated almost single-handedly by Joe Reed to the point in which it is not merely a laughingstock, but harbinger of racially motivated hatred, fostering fear, festering veritable smoke-filled-back-room deals reminiscent of the bad old days of the “good old boy” system in which bigoted racists in cloak and hood operated the party.
Witness as evidence the writing of AL dot com political columnist Kyle Whitmire, who wrote “If you want to see racism at work, attend an Alabama State Democratic Executive Committee meeting. Here’s how bad it is: AL Dem black caucus just blocked an employee of SPLC for a vacant seat because she’s not one of theirs. Disgusting. The message here is clear and painful. Joe Reed’s coalition doesn’t want any more white people in the AL Dem Party.”
Similar evidence is witnessed in the comment, “I have ALWAYS considered Joe a racist bigot. His voting record proves as much. What gets me are the people saying ‘oh, it’s OK because he was oppressed.’ Well, I was oppressed at (_x_). So, if I go on a killing spree with former classmates and take out their families, is that hunky dory? NO!!! And I despise PC.”
Joe Reed is a racist bigot whom is playing the race card to the hilt, and is imagining that no one will call his hand on it because of his skin color. Yet by his actions, he is precisely calling attention to his skin color, and therefore promoting disharmony, disunity, division, dissension, discord, dissonance, disputation, disagreement, antagonism, conflict, detestation, hatred, hostility, malevolence and more.
Joe Reed practices a more “civil” version of the tactics of the Ku Klux Klan, and though he is a Negro, by his actions is endeavoring as much to implement the exact same practices and principles as the Ku Klux Klan. He is the veritable “wolf in sheep’s clothing” and is killing the Alabama Democratic Party from within.
So for me to post an image of his face in a Ku Klux Klan suit is not merely apropos, it is 100% accurate, and spot on.
Racism, is racism, is racism, is racism.
Joe Reed is the face of Modern Racism in America.
He just also happens to be a Negro, not Anglo.
And Joe Reed is a racist.
The Alabama Democratic Party will continue to be nothing as long as that POS is allowed to manipulate and control the party to suit his perverted ideologies which have only resulted in one thing… destruction of the party from within.
AUTHOR’S NOTE: I purposely choose to use the properly accurate, and dignifying terms “Negro,” and “Anglo” to identify ethic origins, rather than the words “black” and “white” because those words (‘black’ and ‘white’) are neither accurately descriptive, are color-based polar opposites, serve only to engender strife, do nothing to create harmony, exemplify a separating mindset of division, and are purely dissimulating.