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« on: September 27, 2011, 04:11:41 pm »

Black Panther Threatens Student Activist for Passing Out Constitutions

These young Americans give me hope. We must not give the system what it wants which is division and violence. At the same time this crap must not stand. We must expose this. Take note of the lady "is this a white supremacist group? It looks like one"     

Black Panther Threatens Student Activist for Passing Out Constitutions
 
 

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VIDEO: Black Panther Threatens Conservative for Passing Out Constitutions
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By Brittney Morrett, on Sep 23, 2011

Are students that promote the black panther ideology and the Office of Diversity in league together at the University of Minnesota - Duluth (UMD)?

It would would appear so in the video below. The events took place last week as one young man, Phil Cleary, handed out pocket Constitutions on campus in honor of Constitution Day. He had a table with literature promoting Youth for Western Civilization, a group dedicated to traditional values and western civilization, and engaged in students and faculty passing by.

Then, the leftists showed up to heckle.

The young man in the video, Blair Jordon Moses, threatened to "exercise" his 2nd amendment rights if  he perceived that there was any kind of threat to the Multicultural Center. He did not define what a threat would constitute but suggested that the existence of the group Youth for Western Civilization would count.

Blair was wearing a pin on his jacket picturing Huey P. Newton carying a gun. For those of you who don't know, Newton was a founder of the Black Panthers. The Black Panthers is a violent and ethnocentric organization that promotes racial divides and anti-American rhetoric.

What prompted this approach? Blair states that blacks in America are not free and that he does not believe in the Constitution.

At the same time, a faculty member approached the group. She took some of the literature and asked Phil, "Is this a white supremacist group?" Phil answered "Absolutely not." To which the woman replied, "It looks like one."

Who is this woman? Susana Pelayo - Woodward, Director of the Office of Cultural Diversity.

Instead of promoting cultural diversity, which is part of her job, she chose to show her bias against a group that would promote western culture and tradition. She had no problem with the leftist students heckling the conservative, but actually seems to agree that freedom, the Constitution, and western civilization is all tied into white supremacy.

Campus Reform reached out to Ms. Woodward for comment. Here is how the conversation went:

    Campus Reform: "Would his group, Youth for Western Civilization, be welcomed in the Multicultural Center? "

    Susana Woodward: "If his organization follows the process - the student orgs at the multicultural center they have to fit the mission of the organization and at this point we don't have any more space for student groups."

    Campus Reform: "Theoretically his organization being a western cultural organization, would they be welcome in the Multicultural Center?"

    Susana Woodward: "We are in a western country too so I don't see what would be the difference."

After multiple attempts to find out if the group would be wel.  come on campus, after fulfilling all of the requirements, she still did not answer the question.

Campus Reform encourages anyone who supports the Constitution and the right to assemble to contact Ms. Woodward at (218) 726-8444 or swoodwar@d.umn.edu. Tell her that any group that promotes western culture and traditional values should be welcome on campus just like LGBT groups, environmental groups, and ethnic based groups.

Are you interested in starting a conservative group on your campus? Contact your Regional Field Coordinator today! Follow the author of this article on twitter at @bmorrett.Follow the activist behind this story on twitter at @mnphilcleary.

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« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2011, 06:12:31 pm »

What a bunch of silliness!

Vol, why do you continue to post this tripe???
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« Reply #2 on: September 28, 2011, 12:41:31 am »

Yeah, all around the country, Republican legislatures are passing laws to suppress people from voting and he picks this to be concerned about.  Bright!  I guess because the people are black, it makes all the difference to him.
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« Reply #3 on: September 28, 2011, 05:12:27 am »

I guess Vol thought the Second Amendment was only for white people, right?
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« Reply #4 on: September 28, 2011, 04:21:43 pm »

Where did I say I am excusing the red-Globalist Party for Gerrymandering against minorities ?

If that is still happening then by all means post a topic in the civil rights forum.

The 2nd Amendment is for everyone, even the haplophobes.   Wink
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« Reply #5 on: September 28, 2011, 11:43:39 pm »

Here you go, be sure to read the whole thing and then try and tell me that there's no difference between the two parties.  Dems want people to vote, Repugs try and suppress them, especially minorities:

http://atlantisonline.smfforfree2.com/index.php/topic,29216.new.html#new
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« Reply #6 on: September 29, 2011, 04:13:32 pm »

Republicans try to supress the vote and Democrats try to get minorities to vote to further a socialist agenda.

Then conservatives mobilize a vote to stick Republicans back in when an area is fed up with the socialist politicians...

...and on & on & on.

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« Reply #7 on: October 01, 2011, 04:02:02 pm »

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Republicans try to supress the vote and Democrats try to get minorities to vote to further a socialist agenda.

Then conservatives mobilize a vote to stick Republicans back in when an area is fed up with the socialist politicians...

...and on & on & on.

Democrats try to get more people to vote because people should control the future of the country, not big corporations. The conservatives can onlhy win elections by rigging the rules so people CAN'T VOTE.

And what "Socialist" policies have the Dems passed that you don't like? You don't like Social Security, Medicare, minimum wage or unemployment insurance?  Fine, don't take any of it.
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« Reply #8 on: October 04, 2011, 02:29:13 pm »


Democrats try to get more people to vote because people should control the future of the country, not big corporations. The conservatives can only win elections by rigging the rules so people CAN'T VOTE.

And what "Socialist" policies have the Dems passed that you don't like? You don't like Social Security, Medicare, minimum wage or unemployment insurance?  Fine, don't take any of it.

These policies and programs are okay, the problem is they keep on pushing other programs that keep getting voted down on all the time.  Like battered women's tax, government daycare, convicts to college, carbon-taxes, fuel-taxes, liquor tax, and every other form of wealth-redistribution program to the un-deserving.
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« Reply #9 on: October 16, 2011, 06:43:18 pm »

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These policies and programs are okay, the problem is they keep on pushing other programs that keep getting voted down on all the time.  Like battered women's tax, government daycare, convicts to college, carbon-taxes, fuel-taxes, liquor tax, and every other form of wealth-redistribution program to the un-deserving.

Who is to say who is 'underserving?'  I think most people who inherit their wealth are 'underserving?"  Do any of the rest of us get a voice in this?

Carbon taxes were a REPUBLICAN idea.
Fuel and liquor taxes have been around a long time.
Government daycare is a GOOD idea.
Convicts get Vocational Ed, it is not college.
And I have never heard of any 'battered women's tax.'
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