Monday, November 24, 2008

"Profile in courage"?

Poor Randy Gray, seems he is a little disappointed with his country for electing Barack Husein Obama to be its 44th president. Randy is a self-avowed member of the Klu Klux Klan and he is a very important man in Midland, Michigan. Yes, it seems that old Randy is a precinct delegate for the Republican party in his state. (Why is it that these self declared racist are always republicans? Can one of my African American republican friends help me with this please?)

So anyway, Randy held a one man protest for about 15-20 minutes at a busy intersection in his hometown to protest the election of the "socialist, Islamic negro" (the Klan's words, not mine) while dressed in his Klan robe. I am sure Randy thinks that his little act was a profile in courage. But sorry Randy, I didn't exactly have Tiananmen Square flashbacks while reading about your little episode.

Still, I feel your pain there buddy. And guess what, the field has no problem with you exercising your First Amendment right which was guaranteed to you by our fine Constitution. I am glad that you came out of the KKKloset. People need to know who you are. I just wish that more folks like you would do the same thing. I suspect that in places like Michigan, where the economy is sinking like the Titanic, there are more and more folks signing up for your organization every day. Jobs are scarce, and those Jews own all the businesses; they only recruit the blacks and Mexicans to do all the jobs, so what's a poor white guy to do?

“I feel white people feel more oppressed,”... We’re basically told as white people we can’t have any organizations. We’re ruled by communists...“It’s not just about Barack Obama. It goes deeper than that.”

Well Randy, let's hope that changes. Let's hope that you are free to organize and advocate for your own cause. (Without physically hurting anyone else of course) This is the A-merry-can way. Although it seems that not everyone agrees with you:

“If, in fact, he’s associated with the KKK, [then] yes, it troubles me.”

That was the GOP Chairwoman, Diane Bristol.

Spoken like a true "Nigger lover".


Susan Gray said...

See, field you should have put that pic up sooner. Excuse me while I objectify you! Damn fine! I'm just saying. Mrs. Field is one lucky woman...brains and good looks! Dayum!

Anonymous said...

I co-sign!

The Christian Progressive Liberal said...

Field, you had no right to put your mug up...and make us sistas fall in love with yo' ass.


Now for the Real Deal. I wrote a post about the Negroes who continue to stay in the GOP after they are consistently being told they are not wanted. Shameless blog whoring, I know:

And, NO, you don't get out of your Broad Street run! In fact, I already have my train ticket to catch up with you, cause I don't trust YouTube, either.

RiPPa said...

White folks are scared Field!

They was trying to prep everybody coming out with that whole "post racial" bullshit before the elections. Yeah, that shit was supposed to quell the antics of guys like Randy, and the rest of the clowns around the country who are currently commiting hate crimes in the name of Obama.

Check this out....

"I am telling you that there's gonna be a wholesale firing of competent white men in the United States government up and down the line, in police departments, in fire departments. Everywhere in America, you're going to see an exchange that you've never seen in history, and it's not gonna be necessarily for the betterment of this country."

Those were the words of right wing radio talk show host Michael Savage last week. he's on 35o stations and he's scarin the shit out of white people.


Now I know you know this aint no brand new shit, but do you think McCain and them are partly responsible for this?

What say you Field?

Kristin said...

This type of self-destructive
behaviour is astouding. Some people would rather a party stay in power that clearly does not have their interest in mind. Simply because they are terrified that a man of color is holding an office that they inheritantly believe belongs to them.

rainywalker said...

Field you never cease to amaze me. In fact if someone said to you, "That's amazing," I bet you would tell them, "Yep," I'm in the amazing business!

Jody said...

This dude and others of his ilk are so last century. They are pathetic in their desparation. Not sad, just pathetic.

Seems the rethugs and their right wing mouth pieces still haven't gotten the memo... people want answers and solutions, not fear mongering and hatred and division.

GrannyStandingforTruth said...

Michael Savage is one sick puppie. FCC or whoever is control over broadcasting and television needs to revise rules and regulations and eliminate that kind of talk being broadcasted over the air waves. I believe in freedom of speech, but when it comes to people using that platform to incite hatred of their fellow human beings, it crosses the line of what it right and proper.

Savage, Hannity, Rush, O'Reilly, and Glen Beck are in my book Menaces to Society and need to be dealt with. They plant seeds of hatred and that is not good for our society as a whole. We're trying to move forward, come to some type of racial compromise, take steps towards healing our nation, and come together in unity. We're not workin towards destroying it. People like Savage and the others spitting out poison on national tv and radio make the job harder.

It was people like him back in the early 1900's that caused the destruction of the "Black Wall Street" in Oklahoma. White newspapers instigated and spreaded false rumors and hateful lies. They kept planting the seeds of hatred, until it took root and grew. In the end it was the cause of 600 or more thriving businesses, people's homes burned down to the ground, and innocent people lives were completely destroyed and many of them killed.

Anonymous said...

for over 150 years, blacks were victims of terrorist attacks by the Democrats and their Klan supporters, including lynching, beating, rapes and mutilations

On the issue of slavery, the Democrats literally gave their lives to expand it; the Republicans gave their lives to ban it.

Many believed the Democrats had a change of heart and fell in love with blacks.

To the contrary, history reveals the democrats didn't fall in love with black folks, they fell in love with the black vote knowing this would be their ticket into the white house.

Anonymous said...

Anonymouse, you're talking about the Republican and Democratic parties of 150 years ago. There's no comparison. Lincoln would not recognize today's Republican Party. Heck, Barry Goldwater wouldn't recognize it, either. Your talking point is so yesterday. Didn't you get the memo from Rove HQ?

Michael Savage has every right to say stupid things. But we have every right to contact his sponsors and his stations and tell them we don't like what he said.

? said...

He's probably also dissapointed that there's only a few thousand people left in the Klan and that the group is totally irrelevant.

Malik said...

Tell Randy to eat a d*ck and get over it. There's a brotha in the big house now. Go back to your trailer park and chill.

? said...

BTW, I'm loving the stache! It's about time someone tries to bring back the mustache, even Tom Selleck doesn't rock one anymore :(

Anonymous said...

Sharon Those were not quotes from me or my thoughts they were from a Black Man the Rev Wayne Perryman.

Less us not forget the only person in the Senate today who was a member of the KKK is Robert Byrd of WV, I do not believe he is a Republican.

GrannyStandingforTruth said...

Anonymous 10:59:

I guess you didn't know that those Democrats switched over to the Republican Party back years ago. As for the Democrats not being in love with blacks, well, blacks not asking them to be in love with them. They're asking that they be treated equal, fair, and just like any other tax paying citizens. Blacks pay taxes too, and it's not just white taxpayer's money, it's ALL American citizen's money, and they come in more colors than black and white too. Therefore, ALL have just as much right and say so as any white citizen of the USA. That is one thing that you need to get through your head. America wasn't built solely by white folks. Blacks, Indians, Hispanics, Asians, gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transvesites, males, and females helped build this country as well. Once upon a time, whites might have been the sole power running America, but times have changed, and we all have a stake in this country. So, like the kids say, "You need to get with the program," and start practicing "WE the people of the USA. Because that is what America is suppose to be about. it's not about "Just US Whites folks," anymore, and guess what the majority of Americans agree.

Speaking for myself, I'm not trying to gain a politicians love. The love given to me from my husband, children, grandchildren, other relatives, In-Laws, and friends is sufficient enough for me.

GrannyStandingforTruth said...

Robert Byrd changed his way of thinking back some years ago.

GrannyStandingforTruth said...

BTW, Senator Byrd supported Obama.

SouthernGirl2 said...

Nice pic there Field Negro! Mrs Field is a lucky woman too. I saw a pic that you posted of her some time ago and she is gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

The original targets of the Ku Klux Klan were Republicans, both black and white, according to a new television program and book, which describe how the Democrats started the KKK and for decades harassed the GOP with lynchings and threats.

An estimated 3,446 blacks and 1,297 whites died at the end of KKK ropes from 1882 to 1964.

The documentation has been assembled by David Barton of Wallbuilders and published in his book "Setting the Record Straight: American History in Black & White," which reveals that not only did the Democrats work hand-in-glove with the Ku Klux Klan for generations, they started the KKK and endorsed its mayhem.

"Of all forms of violent intimidation, lynchings were by far the most effective," Barton said in his book. "Republicans often led the efforts to pass federal anti-lynching laws and their platforms consistently called for a ban on lynching. Democrats successfully blocked those bills and their platforms never did condemn lynchings."

Further, the first grand wizard of the KKK was honored at the 1868 Democratic National Convention, no Democrats voted for the 14th Amendment to grant citizenship to former slaves and, to this day, the party website ignores those decades of racism, he said.

"Although it is relatively unreported today, historical documents are unequivocal that the Klan was established by Democrats and that the Klan played a prominent role in the Democratic Party," Barton writes in his book. "In fact, a 13-volume set of congressional investigations from 1872 conclusively and irrefutably documents that fact.

Anonymous said...

Contributing to the evidences was the 1871 appearance before Congress of leading South Carolina Democrat E.W. Seibels who testified that 'they [the Ku Klux Klan] belong to the reform part – [that is, to] our party, the Democratic Party,'" Barton writes.

"The Klan terrorized black Americans through murders and public floggings; relief was granted only if individuals promised not to vote for Republican tickets, and violation of this oath was punishable by death," he said. "Since the Klan targeted Republicans in general, it did not limit its violence simply to black Republicans; white Republicans were also included."

Barton also has covered the subject in one episode of his American Heritage Series of television programs, which is being broadcast now on Trinity Broadcasting Network and Cornerstone Television.

Barton told WND his comments are not a condemnation or endorsement of any party or candidate, but rather a warning that voters even today should be aware of what their parties and candidates stand for.

His book outlines the aggressive pro-slavery agenda held by the Democratic Party for generations leading up to the Civil War, and how that did not die with the Union victory in that war of rebellion.

Even as the South was being rebuilt, the votes in Congress consistently revealed a continuing pro-slavery philosophy on the part of the Democrats, the book reveals.

Three years after Appomattox, the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, granting blacks citizenship in the United States, came before Congress: 94 percent of Republicans endorsed it.

"The records of Congress reveal that not one Democrat – either in the House or the Senate – voted for the 14th Amendment," Barton wrote. "Three years after the Civil War, and the Democrats from the North as well as the South were still refusing to recognize any rights of citizenship for black Americans."

He also noted that South Carolina Gov. Wade Hampton at the 1868 Democratic National Convention inserted a clause in the party platform declaring the Congress' civil rights laws were "unconstitutional, revolutionary, and void."

It was the same convention when Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest, the first grand wizard of the KKK, was honored for his leadership.

Barton's book notes that in 1868, Congress heard testimony from election worker Robert Flournoy, who confessed while he was canvassing the state of Mississippi in support of the 13th and 14th Amendments, he could find only one black, in a population of 444,000 in the state, who admitted being a Democrat.

Nor is Barton the only person to raise such questions. In 2005, National Review published an article raising similar points. The publication said in 1957 President Dwight Eisenhower, a Republican, deployed the 82nd Airborne Division to desegregate the Little Rock, Ark., schools over the resistance of Democrat Gov. Orval Faubus.

Further, three years later, Eisenhower signed the GOP's 1960 Civil Rights Act after it survived a five-day, five-hour filibuster by 18 Senate Democrats, and in 1964, Democrat President Lyndon Johnson signed the 1964 Civil Rights Act after former Klansman Robert Byrd's 14-hour filibuster, and the votes of 22 other Senate Democrats, including Tennessee's Al Gore Sr., failed to scuttle the plan.

GrannyStandingforTruth said...

Okay, now let me tell you why Eisenhower did that. It was because he has an argument with another government official that took the liberty of telling him what he had and better not do. That pissed Eisenhower off, so he did the opposite to prove a point the he was in charge. It wasn't because he all of a sudden felt this overpowering urge to do what was right. Go back and read some more.

GrannyStandingforTruth said...


Blacks will never ever vote for Republicans, except for those few blacks that were their flunkies such as Jesse Lee Peterson. There is nothing Republicans could do to change that, because how they have treated blacks in the past and things said while Obama was running for President will forever stay imbedded in their minds. Palin put the icing on the cake in turning blacks away forever. Everyday, the Hannity's, Rush's, and Savages of the USA have really convinced and made believers out of black folks that Republicans hate black folks. I don't care what Republicans do to try to convince them, nothing will ever change what they did and said.

Anonymous said...

White people feeling oppressed? I'll believe it when they're refused service in a restaurant because of their skin color. Until then, these rednecks need to STFU.

GrannyStandingforTruth said...

BTW, Al Gore Sr was Al Gore's father, not him.

Anonymous said...

Can't nobody rock a mustache like a black man. ;0)

I wonder how that guy James T Harris feels about this 'demonstration' by one of his fellow republicans. lol I heard that gun sales shot up (no pun intended) after Mr. Obama was elected. Let's see how many of these yahoos are the victims of accidental discharges.

Jmee said...

Awww Sooky Sooky there is a hottie in the Field and he is all suited up. I hope he isn't auditioning for the house.... j/k :)

Anyway, Randy was keeping it real, so real that he had his hood up for all to see and I hope people took a good gander. Randy and his ilk are trying to get the KKK going again, but they don't realize that hoods,swatiskas, hoses and German Shepherds don't work on us anymore. That shit just pisses us off.

I can guarantee that Randy would catch one if he actually tried something. As long as he keeps his ass on that side of the street, I guess he is cool to rattle whatever verbal garbage is coming out of his racist, pasty, crusty mouth.

GrannyStandingforTruth said...


Yeah, he keeping it real alright...real silly, childish, and ignorant. I dunno know what is wrong with him and his ilk. They must be caught up in a time warp or something, because times have definitely changed. I just pray that they'll go and sit down somewhere with that mess,learn how to adapt, and live in peace with their fellow citizens before they get hurt real bad.

nyc/caribbean ragazza said...

Go on and rock that mustache!

I agree with Jody, poor Randy is so last century.

Now Savage on the other hand...

Jade Star said...

Was I wrong for laughing at poor Randy?

Black Diaspora said...

Michael Savage quote @RiPPa:

"I am telling you that there's gonna be a wholesale firing of competent white men in the United States...."

Yeah, the remedy for those whites that voted for Obama--scare them straight!

For those whites with their eyes wide shut--a little fear goes a long way.

For the others, they'll look at the makeup of Obama's new cabinet and know that "a wholesale firing of competent white men" is not the new norm, especially since Obama has appointed so many "competent white men" and women to his administration.

Savage and others like him are as passé as Jesse Jackson, and it's killing them--they've got to get their loyal, racially focused followers back, and fear seems to be the best avenue since every thing else has failed.

A memo to the Savages of this nation--fear didn't win out in this election, and its not going to win out now--the people, black and white, are too hip to how fear has been used in the past to manipulate and control their emotions and their behavior, and they're not going to take it anymore.

The torch has been passed--Americans are seeking change, and that change spells doom to the America that wasted so much of its vital energy suppressing the hopes and aspirations of a large segment of its people, energy that should have been used to free itself from its dismal and stagnating past, and to blaze new trails of mutual trust and progress.

Black Diaspora said...

Randy represents the last pathetic gasp of a culture of fear, distrust, and racial separation that's quickly coming to a crashing end.

He looks pitiful and anachronistic out there in his pointy white hood, waving a flag that no longer represents him and his glory days, but a nation more diverse, and more racially tolerant than it was in his heyday.

And I couldn't be happier!

Anonymous said...

Field, great picture, but I'm still waiting to see your broad street dash.

Its the least you can do for your loyal readers.

In fact, you might end up with a whole lot more readers.......

I keep checking to see if you have "dashed" yet.

Anonymous said...

It never fails...mention Republicans and the Klan and some wingnut dickhead jumps in with 50 to 100 year old stories about Republicans being freedom fighters and Democrats (in reality Dixiecrats) being Klan. These are usually the same clowns that accuse the Nazis of being socialist because they were the "National Socialist Party". There must be some wingnut website where they get these talking points from and accept them without any critical thought. Then again lack of critical thought is what makes them who they are.

BTW...I live in western Michigan which is pretty rightwing Republican and several of my neighbors (many of which I assumed were Republican) came up to me in the days after the election and told me they voted for Obama. These Klan dudes are truly the lunatic fringe, but they are represented by rightwing talk radio, most of which qualifies as hate speech. The Republican Party panders to these fools during election years, even while they are shipping more of their jobs overseas.

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Hey Field Negro!

Is that really you in the sidebar???

Naaaaaah, can't be. You don't look the way I thought you did.

That photo makes you look like a shy and wholesome husband who brings peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and milk to the office in a Spidey lunch box...

Your posts convey an entirely different persona...

Is that REALLY you?

I saw a photo of you somewhere and I thought it was you... and the person looked more like a Mandingo/Boris Kudjoe combo....

Are you kidding us... or is it YOU for real?

Remember when you put up a photo of you and your wife and she found out and ummmm...a "situation" occurred...for ummm...a period of time? {chuckles} Well THAT photo is not the same one as the one in the sidebar...

What gives? Do you have a fraternal twin in Philly?

field negro said...

Jade you were not wrong for laughing at old Randy.

Thank goodness there are folks in the majority like Jody who are helping to make clowns like Randy irrelevant.

Are people really still trying to convince us that is is the democrats and not repubs that represent the Randys of the world in 2008? Come one now.

Rippa, I feel you.

Granny, nice try, but you will never convince some folks, no matter what.

Classical one. Us brothas never stopped rocking the "stache" :)

Sfd928,Sharon, & Justice, your checks are in the mail. LOL!

And yes black women...,that's me. The pic you saw with Mrs. Field was me with hair. The LA Times pic with me with a goatee. LOL!

Still, I do think I have an evil twin around here. :)

And of course I am going to make that run; thus the pic. Come on now folks, do I look like the kind of guy who would weasel on a bet?

Hathor said...

Blacks in the south, those under Jim Crow who could vote, voted their interest. After the depression, many black people had become to despise Hoover and revered FDR. It was poverty that moved many blacks to vote Democratic.The Reconstruction pretty much decimated the Republican party in the south, even so there were many blacks that were still Republican into the late 50's. Black people help elect Eisenhower, but after Strom Thurman moved the Dixiecrats to the Republican party and the Republicans moved away from the party of Lincoln and started the southern strategy, there intention was to alienate black folks to get the southern racist vote. Goldwater may have been president if it hadn't been for his stand on Civil Rights as a States Rights. That was the last straw.

Christopher said...

What these dumb fucks don't understand is, the current economic mess created by the new world order and the globalists oppress everyone except the tiny 1% at the top.

So members of the Klan and other extremist groups like the Mormons, see the problem in terms of race or social issues like gay marriage.

Throughout history, going back to Austria and Germany and the rise of Hitler, nationalism and religious extremism always climbs in response to bad economic times.

Anonymous said...

It's 45 years and 3 days since November 22, 1963. I was 12 years old, in a junior high classroom in Dallas. Our teacher came in and told us that Kennedy had been shot. My first question was, "Not here, right? In Ft. Worth?" (where the entourage had spent the morning). JFK's death, and later RFK and MLK, changed our country in ways that we are still only beginning to understand. I think that's one of the reasons that Barack Obama's campaign and election has generated such enthusiasm and, yes, euphoria (or O-phoria, as David Brooks has coined), and why Ted Kennedy's symbolic passing of the torch meant so much to me. I feel like we are coming out of a long dark tunnel back into the light. Finally we again have a leader who is both pragmatic and inspirational, who assures us that we are all in this together and we will be okay if we just stick together. My own fears have been calmed considerably each time I hear him speaking in that calm, confident, competent voice.

In one of JFK's last speeches, the commencement address at American University, he said, "So, let us not be blind to our differences--but let us also direct attention to our common interests and to the means by which those differences can be resolved. And if we cannot end now our differences, at least we can help make the world safe for diversity. For, in the final analysis, our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this small planet. We all breathe the same air. We all cherish our children's future. And we are all mortal."

He was talking about the Soviet Union, but he might just as well have been talking about our internal divisions. It's been a long time since we've heard sentiments like that from any of our leaders, of any party. Until now.

earlgrey said...

As a jew by birth and an atheist by choice, I figure old randy almost hates me as much as you Field. Honestly if parts of white America are afraid a bit, good. Racism and hate does not respect lines of faith, class or, well race. The fear may just be because of the guilt that deep down, or not so deep, they were part of the problem all along.

Jody said...

Anon 11:58 & 12:00

First, you are talking about people who are almost all now DEAD. History is important, no doubt. But as important is what happened after that history. the DixieCrats became republicans and we have what we have TODAY.
Let's talk about today shall we?
Did you notice that the Black candidate was a democrat? Did you notice that the crowds that came to the democratic candidates rallies were the most racial and age diverse crowds EVER for a presidential candidate? Did you see how white and old the crowds for the republican candidate were?
How would you explain that?

Anonymous said...

So Field, it's getting colder outside. You gonna make your nudie run or not?
Let's hope the locals don't shoot your dick off when you cross the street. don't worry about a youtube video; youtube has standards. Youporn might be more suitable.

In any case, these Klan elements are like the Baahists- deadenders clinging to a dying regime. It's not surprising that many of them have guns and military backgrounds.

Anonymous said...

I still don't get why white men are so angry? They still have all the power and privilidges in this country.

Anonymous said...

Damn Field! You're a handsome negro. I wasn't expecting a guy as smart as you to be easy on the eyes too.

Ah Randy, Diane...there's a new world order, and it's a good thing.

Swiff said...

“If, in fact, he’s associated with the KKK, [then] yes, it troubles me.”

E fucking gads.

Jody said...

Anon..... care to comment about this? Unlike your examples, this was an article from 2006:

Monday, July 10, 2006
KKK Disbands Claiming GOP Has Co-opted All Of Their Ideas

Pulaski, Tennessee - The Ku Klux Klan officially disbanded today claiming that the Republican Party has co-opted all of their ideas concerning race, immigration and religion and that there was no longer any need for their existence.

In a jubilant and sometimes rowdy ceremony, Grand Wizard Floyd T-Bone Perkins said, "We consider it a measure of our success that the Republicans have picked up our torch and carried it across the entire country. We were especially pleased with what the Republicans did in Florida in the elections of 2000. The way they kept the coloreds from voting was awe inspiring. And then they did the same thing in Ohio in 2004. Hell, their techniques were a whole lot better than ours. You might say, they learned from us and did us one better. But, that said, the most important thing is that the Republican Party has restored the country to what it is meant to be, a white Christian nation."

Most Klan members present supported the move to disband the KKK and said that they had felt welcome in the Republican Party for a long time. White House spokesperson Tony Snow was unavailable for comment.

Javier said...

I personally find the comments of Michael Savage disgusting for their brutish, racist tone. Savage would have us believe that what defines us is the pigmentation in the largest organ of the human body. First and foremost we have the capacity for reason. We can dissect a complex idea and reorganize it in our minds in such a way that allows us to create new ideas from it. This is what defines human beings.

What bothers me most about Savage's comments is the lack of intellectual weight inherent in the ideas in which he shares. Claiming that the President-elect is an "affirmative-action candidate" without so much as a thread of proof that he was voted in by the majority of Americans based upon his skin color is an ignorant thing to do. To further claim that the President-elect received his education because an allowance was made for him only proves that perhaps Savage has a brain aneurysm that may be slowly leaking into his head. Equally abhorrent is to share your ignorance with others in such a way that places a spotlight firmly upon your lack of intellectual prowess.

The only thing these men seem to do is further marginalize their audience by lowering the caliber of intellectual debate among them. It is no wonder we no longer talk about politics or religion amongst ourselves. When we are spoon-fed ideas that have the smell and taste of crap anyone would be ashamed of opening their mouths for fear of offending someone with their stupidity.

Christopher said...

I agree 100% with "J."

Michael Savage is more than a rightwing bloviator.

His real name is Michael Alan Weiner and he was born into a Jewish family.

Despite his rabid, anti-Semitic rants both on-air and in the oddities he's satisfied to call political treatises, he's a self-loathing Jew.

Savage -- I mean Weiner, is the type of man who would've sucked up to (and sucked off) Hitler's stooges in order to get an extra blanket and a extra piece of bread.

He refers to gay people as "sodomites" and he once said Jesse Jackson had missed the evolutionary arc (clumsy code to try to say Jackson is an ape.)

Michael Alan Weiner is an angry, vicious man.

No wonder people like Weiner, and Limbaugh, and Coulter, and Hannity, and Billo, so fear the return of the Fairness Doctrine.

vdubjb said...

lmao @ the Paedobear approved 'stache.. Ving Rhames looking mofo indeed, ha ha..

Shanita Waters said...

Hi. This is my first time here. I found your page through Keith's honorable mentions. You have a very interesting post here. I can't believe in this day and age that people can still be so ignorant. I'm with you. I wish everyone else that feels the way he does would come out of the "Kloset" and say so so that they can be exposed for who they really are.

Nan said...

So, are you waiting for colder weather and a snowstorm (fewer witnesses) or for Spring so you don't freeze your sensitive parts?

Both major political parties have at various times exhibited morally reprehensible behavior. Remember, even tho' American mythology now credits Lincoln with ending slavery, the Emancipation Proclamation actually only applied to slavery in the states in rebellion. It makes more sense to judge the Republicans and the Democrats on their current behavior and/or recent history, e.g., the Republicans' recent glorification of white victimhood and bigotry, than to look back 100 years and wonder why a party that once seemed to hold high ideals is now happiest when it's playing in the mud. Long term party loyalty makes no sense because parties change.

Anonymous said...

Field great blog!...My first but def not my last time visiting your blog.

It is great that Big Brotha O is now watching over us, but i speak for every negro in the "field" :), when I say, we are still waiting on our 40 acres (and...forget the mule) but compound the interest on the land...!

TrueBlue said...

I still don't get why white men are so angry? They still have all the power and privilidges in this country.

Let's see. There are 210 million adults in the U.S., and 155 million of them are white, which means about 75 million adult white men. By the law of averages, roughly 2 million of them are batshit crazy, and maybe another 5 million of them are on the verge.

The guy in the photo is probably part of the 5 million, because it takes a certain level of mental organization just to obtain the robe and pick a street corner to stand on, although who knows, maybe if someone talked to him we'd find out that he's in the howlin' at the moon category.

Okay, so that leaves, what 68 million adult white men. For the vast majority of those guys, "white privilege" looks pretty damn theoretical, and even remote. Some of the people who comment here on white privilege seem to think that there's a Skull & Bones chapter in every hamlet. I'm going to let you in on a little White Secret: There isn't.

Plenty of white people, men and women alike, struggle hard for not a hell of a lot of reward. I think it's better to find ways to join forces with those people, but then I'm a dreamer.

Marc B said...

"There's no comparison. Lincoln would not recognize today's Republican Party. Heck, Barry Goldwater wouldn't recognize it, either."

The Republican party is currently run by open border, big government, free trading globalists just like the Democratic party. BOTH parties have been infiltrated by Frankfurt school Communists, using the Fabian left/right paradigm. JFK would not recognize the far-left Democratic party today that his drunk ass baby brother represents today.

TrueBlue said...

Field, is that you in the suit under the headline about being "outed?" It's kind of fuzzy picture, so I could be way off, but from here I'd say "Separated at birth: Field and Willie Brown." How'd I do?

Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

11 25 08

You look better than Willie Brown. Whoa! I have always been curious about your appearance. Thanks for sharing it. And about the story, some people seem to have devolved.

Sharon from WI said...

Rippa: Those were the words of right wing radio talk show host Michael Savage last week. he's on 35o stations and he's scarin the shit out of white people


The Fairness Doctrine can't be implemented soon enough for me to give Savage, Limbaugh and their ilk a run for their money with views other than theirs.

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Sharon from WI said...

Jody:Did you notice that the crowds that came to the democratic candidates rallies were the most racial and age diverse crowds EVER for a presidential candidate? Did you see how white and old the crowds for the republican candidate were?

Thank you.

earlgrey said...

LOL at Grinder. First I grew up accross the Bay from Da'Mayor and you might be onto something there. Second....sounds like a Marxist revolution!! Let the classes unite!! All we need to start it is the socialization of the economy......

TrueBlue said...

Maybe Willie Brown's younger and thinner brother. Ha!

Anonymous said...

FN, love the pic. :^) You look like a man who don't take no shit. LOL

Hathor said...

What would someone like Savage say if there wasn't Affirmative Action, they would say what they said before Affirmative Action; that the Commie (Dhimmi) university gave that Negro a chance so that the Commies (Islamist) could take over America. This is what people like Ward Connerly don't get, you can not use the argument, that AA causes whites to question your intelligence, ability and credentials. If he had of been as sensitive to racism as he says, while growing up, he would know that racist don't need a reason to question accomplishments of black folk.
Why else would there be Randy Gray?

She Draws said...

Field...I'm sorry I'm one of your Black Republican Friends that cannot answer that question for you hun! It probably goes hand and hand with the political stance each party takes that seperates the black from the white...who knows hun.


Go b.

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Off topic. Pirate follow up.
It turns out India did not sink a Pirate Mother ship. The ship belonged to Thailand and most of the crew members are unaccounted for except fo one. Looks like they drowned with the ship. It also looks like the Thai ship was under attack by Pirates when the Indian Vessel came onto the scene and assumed it was being fired at prompting them to hit it.
SO much for aggression.

TrueBlue said...

Well, so much for the Indian navy. Back to target practice, I'd say.

Javier said...

Posted by Grinder: "Plenty of white people, men and women alike, struggle hard for not a hell of a lot of reward. I think it's better to find ways to join forces with those people, but then I'm a dreamer."

This is the problem with the majority of Americans regardless of their skin tone. Our fears are played upon by the people whose interest lie in acquiring as much wealth as is humanly possible. That wealth is built upon the backs of all the shades of working America. We are controlled by fostering distrust and disgust with real or perceived wrongs the smallest minorities of our various ethnic groups purport upon society. When there is no racial dialogue in this country their is no understanding; no understanding, no tolerance. Yes, it is that simple. When we begin to see that white (wo)man at work doing the same heavy lifting as the black (wo)man or the brown (wo)man or red or yellow, then the scales will fall from our eyes and we will see the forces and mechanisms being put in place to economically subjugate the working class. It is and always will be about class warfare not race. Until we see that we are doomed to be dogs fighting over the scraps.

Lola Gets said...

So you finally put a pic, and the whole world gets to see the "real" field; aint he handsome??


field negro said...

An "atheist Jew"? Earlgrey, I knew there was something I liked about you.

A Go Bytch, thanks for giving it the old college try.

Marc B, I agree with you on one thing; BOTH parties have pretty much sold us out.

Sharon from WI, and Rippa, I have mixed feelings about the "fairness doctrine". On one level I would love to slam Limp-Boy and Sean Insanity, but I understand that it's a slippery slope. I don't like any type of government censorship. The market should decide some things. If conservative talk radio thrives, so be it. Libs will just have to do a better job of marketing. Yhe thing that does bother me is when FAKE NEWS calls themselves "fair and balanced". There are some truth in advertising issues there.

Lola and I have actually hung out in D.C. and in Philly. (Thanks for keeping that on the low for all these months)Lola is good people. And folks, check out her blog. Lola can be a do we say...blunt! Now about that car.:)

SagaciousHillbilly said...

One moron standing on a corner in some backwater of the midwest.
Fuck him. Don't even make like he exists.

Bob said...

The enemy we don't know is more dangerous than the enemy we do know. So thank you, Randy, for revealing yourself.

changeseeker said...

"I am glad that you came out of the KKKloset. People need to know who you are. I just wish that more folks like you would do the same thing."