Hat tip to Rebel Pundit who has the courage and vision to give us the true story of what’s happening in our inner cities.
Listen to Chicago activists Paul McKinley, Mark Carter, Joseph Watkins and Harold “Noonie” Ward deliver a message to black communities across the country. Their message sheds light on who are the “real oppressors” of their community — Black liberal democrats — the overseers of the white liberal progressive socialists.
Please watch this powerful video and share with others to combat the abhorrent Democrat use of lynching images to intimidate blacks into staying on their economic plantation.
But woe betide those who stand against the overseers and the massa. A Chicago black pastor named Corey Brooks of the New Beginnings Church has received threatening phone calls and had his church offering box robbed — $8,000 stolen — all because he has endorsed the GOP candidate for Governor in Illinois, Bruce Rauner.
As reported by USA Today, ” Rev. Corey Brooks, who has backed Republican Rauner in his tight race against Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn, said about $8,000 was taken from a collection box from his New Beginnings Church this weekend. The money was earmarked to help the prominent church on Chicago’s South Side establish a new community center near the congregation hall. Brooks, who has appeared in a political advertisement backing Rauner, says he received threatening messages by phone and over social media on Friday because of his support of the venture capitalist Rauner. In one audio recording that Brooks shared with WGN-TV, a caller left an expletive filled message in which she called “Uncle Tom” and Rauner’s “puppet.”
All this is happening in Barack Hussein Obama’s “hometown” — if he cares this little for them, you know how much he cares about Detroit, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Dallas, or Washington DC — where he cancelled the DC school voucher program.
Yesterday we shared the 82-year-old black grandmother who is fed up — perhaps the black community is finally realizing that slavery does not just come in physical chains of bondage. It can also happen by way of economic bondage. It’s time to rise up and break those chains.