Black Patriot On Liberal Racism

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Thanks to IMAO, I just discovered a brilliant dude named AlphonZo Rachel, who just happens to be black — and Christian, and conservative, and a patriot! (Check him out at his website HERE.) 
In this video for PajamasTV, Zo perfectly articulates everything boring conservative pundits have been saying about liberal elites’ racism and how the Democrats are not just not helping blacks, they’re killing blacks via their pro-abortion policy. Highly recommend!

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37 responses to “Black Patriot On Liberal Racism

  1. Wow. This guy has considerable courage. He’s also done his homework. He really nailed the real distinctions between the American left and the American right, particularly the inherent antichrist secularism that is the real platform of the liberal eliets. Well said, and well done.

    • Wow Eowyn if I knew you never heard of him I would have linked you. I’ve been a listener of ZO for close to 2 years now he is great!!!

      • Wow. Is Zo on radio? If so, where? when?
        He’s terrific!

        • No Zo only does the internet he says that it let him be free to say what he wants without constraints of being PC. I am a subscriber to PJTV as well where you can catch his counterpart Steven Crowder.
          Zo is very deep but he catches hell from the so called true Blacks who calls him a sellout because he does not tow the victim line and the fact that his wife is White (which is a BIG no-no for a few of my folks)
          A lot of people has been begging him to go cable or do a guest spot on Beck, Cavuto or O’Reilly but he said “He respects them but he got his thing and they got theirs.”
          Go to

          to see all his works or subscribe to PJTV its free and I encourage everyone to watch ALL of his stuff.

    • A warm welcome to the Fellowship, William! 😉

  2. This guy is amazing! I am sending his video to everyone I know. He is telling the absolute truth.
    Will – how ya doing?

  3. He’s got my vote.

  4. It seems that Rachel didn’t pay much attention to history in school, or else he would know that the Republican Party of today isn’t the same one that freed the slaves, nor is the Democratic Party of today the same one that spawned the Ku Klux Klan.
    Blacks supported the Republican Party in the late 1800s/early 1900s but abandoned it during the Depression. During the Reconstruction Era, all black Congressmen were Republicans. This changed with the election of FDR, whose “New Deal” programs allocated at least 10% of their budgets to aid black people . During the 1930s, black voters began shifting their allegiance from the Republican to the Democratic Party.
    After Democratic President Harry S. Truman (NOT Dwight D. Eisenhower, as Rachel claims) ordered the desegregation of the armed forces in 1948 and endorsed civil rights, some Democrats, led by then-governor Strom Thurmond, formed their own party, the States’ Rights Democratic Party. These “Dixiecrats” were racist conservatives who supported segregation. Many Dixiecrats, including Thurmond and Jesse Helms, later joined the Republican Party. Thurmond’s racism was so deep that he never publicly acknowledged his half-black daughter during his lifetime. Helms, of course, was an outspoken racist throughout his political career.
    Margaret Sanger wasn’t pro-choice, she was an anti-abortionist who believed that contraception was the answer to unwanted pregnancies. She was also anti-euthanasia. Planned Parenthood didn’t offer abortions until several years after Sanger’s death.
    And yes, the Republican Party is still racist. Rachel is in deep denial by claming that it isn’t. In 2008, buttons reading “If Obama Is President…will we still call it The White House?” were sold at the Republican state convention in Texas, and a California Republican group circulated “Obama Bucks” featuring Barack Obama surrounded by fried chicken, ribs, Kool-Aid and watermelon. Rachel says he loves the tea parties that are now controlled by Republicans and apparently doesn’t mind the racist signs displayed by participants, nor does he seem to have a problem with white supremacist groups recruiting new members at these events. The Council of Conservative Citizens, one such group, sponsored a Mississippi tea party. Even the founder of was photographed holding a sign stating “Taxpayer = N*ggar (sic).”
    “The right wing fights for one nation under god”
    No, it fights for imposing one religion (Christianity) upon all Americans, which is NOT what the Founding Fathers intended.
    “The right wing loves peace and freedom enough to fight for it.”
    Suuure…that’s why they started and support the unnecessary war in Iraq, and do their damndest to deny women reproductive freedom and keep gays from having the freedom to marry.
    After 9 years in the Republican Party, I finally saw it for the prejudiced organization that it is, and quit in disgust. I hope that Rachel wakes up one day and realizes the same.

    • Nothing personal Monte but you don’t seem to get it or you get in and don’t care. I was raised in the poorest areas in NYC and I’ve seen what those so called wonderful democratic polices done for my folks – all that great welfare, low income housing, and let’s not forget that always awesome public education.
      “If Obama Is President…will we still call it The White House?” yeah I guess we can put that statement with Spike Lee and others who were dry humping calling the White House the “Black House” or calling Washington DC “Chocolate city” but it’s okay though because only White people are racist.
      As for the founder of the Tea-party movement holding that sign, can you link me to it or a matter of fact send the picture to Eowyn then she can post it. I’m sure that photo was such and abomination you made a copy of it. Not doubting you but remember what they say: “A picture is worth a thousand words.”
      What the hell is with you people who are always under the impression that it is impossible for a Democrat to be a racist or sexist? Do you honestly believe that the GOP is the baker and seller of that sour bread. Get real.
      You said after 9 years of GOP rule you finally saw the prejudiced organization for what it is, can you tell us what exactly what you saw and tell me how it differs from the Dems because I can tell you what the Dems did for us and I have proof. Go to Bed-Sty, Crown Heights, East New York, Flatbush, all in Brooklyn, and look and behold all the wonders the Democratic party has done for us in all its glorious wonders. And all it cost us was decades of voting Democratic. WHAT A BARGAIN!
      But since the Dems control the Senate, House and the Presidency, I’m still waiting for the sunshine and happiness where we all sh*t brownies and piss lemonade, where Majority leaders don’t make negro remarks about how Obama can shut off his negro side when he has to. Damn, those Dems are Epic. All this post racial stuff is more than I can stand.

      • Way to go Will, Love your insight.
        Keep it coming, God Bless You!

      • Oh, I do get it. Rachel bought the same bovine excrement that the Republican Party sold me nearly 30 years ago.
        You said after 9 years of GOP rule you finally saw the prejudiced organization for what it is, can you tell us what exactly what you saw and tell me how it differs from the Dems because I can tell you what the Dems did for us and I have proof.
        I voted for Reagan twice. I believed him when he said that cutting taxes for the rich from 70% to 28% would “trickle down” to the rest of us. What happened? The gap between the rich and the poor widened during the 1980s.
        I supported Reagan’s decision to grant amnesty to 3 million illegal immigrants in 1986. What happened? It caused a backlash both within and outside the party that led to MORE discrimination against Latinos.
        I didn’t agree with Reagan’s support of apartheid in South Africa, but I looked the other way because they weren’t Americans; their situation wasn’t my problem.
        I campaigned for Bush the Elder in 1988. When I made calls to registered Republicans to encourage them to vote, the main issues discussed were crime and the drug problem. Bush’s race-baiting Willie Horton ads stirred up hatred for blacks and other minorities; I can’t begin to tell you how many racists I spoke with. Of course, they never knew they were talking to a non-white person. Some of my fellow volunteers “complimented” me on my ability to speak English well. I recall hearing two people make derogatory remarks about Mexicans, then one looked at me and quickly said, “Oh, we don’t mean you.” I also remember being asked to bring Mexican food to a staff-only potluck. I was very anti-Dukakis, though, and tolerated this treatment because I didn’t want that man running the country. Oh yes, I was quite the obedient “token brown person.”
        By 1992, the Republican Party was completely dominated by Christian extremists, which also turned me off. The party platform unofficially became, “Freedom for some, but not for others.” Abortion rights, once supported by Reagan in the late 1960s and by Bush the Elder during the 1970s, were threatened. “Family values” were promoted by hypocritical Republicans who didn’t practice what they preached.
        I quit the party that year. I’ve been an independent voter ever since.
        I’ve seen what those so called wonderful democratic polices done for my folks – all that great welfare, low income housing, and let’s not forget that always awesome public education.
        Do Democrats force black people to have children they can’t afford to raise? Do they force them to go on welfare or live in public housing? Are they responsible for making black children pay attention in class, respect their teachers, and do their homework, or is that the parents’ job?
        I grew up in a lower-middle-class, primarily Latino community. My parents taught me and my brothers the importance of education at an early age. All three of us learned to read before we attended kindergarten. We didn’t attend movies often, but we visited the public library every week. The public schools I attended certainly weren’t top-notch, but they did have programs for honors students. Both of my brothers and I attended college; most of our friends did not.
        As for the founder of the Tea-party movement holding that sign, can you link me to it
        I’m surprised you haven’t seen it; it’s all over the Internet.
        If you’re OK with that, fine, that’s your choice. Personally, I think it’s sick.

        • Monte,
          I truly am at a loss why you continue to mistake The Fellowship for some GOP shill. We stated in “About” that we are independent conservatives, unaffiliated with either of the two major political parties. So, if you want to use your time and energy to continue to rail against the GOP, hey, The Fellowship has an open comment policy. But I will no longer waste my time and energy debating you — and I suggest that my colleague & dearest friend, Steve, do likewise!

          • I’m responding to Will’s defense of the GOP. I felt that I was used when I belonged to that group, and I am more than a little irritated when I see others naively falling for their lies. I am not accusing you of belonging to that party. And I do appreciate your “open comment” policy.

    • Monte,
      I will not debate Republican and Democrat Parties now and then with you, I’m not educated enough in the history of political parties. I will say, The Tea Party IS NOT part of the Republican Party.
      The comment you make about women’s reproductive freedom has no merit. No one is denying women Reproductive Freedom. Women are free to abstain from sex until they are ready to have children, or use contraception so as not to get pregnant until they so desire to. Abortion is not contraception!!!!! Abortion is the terminating of a viable LIFE!!!!
      As for keeping Gays from Marrying, I always vote NO WAY!!!! Marriage is the union of a man and woman period. I don’t care what two consenting adults do behind closed doors and I won’t tell someone how they have to live. Marriage is not about tax benefits or Insurance premium rates or perks of any kind. To allow gay marriage would totally demean the institution of marriage. We are ONE NATION UNDER GOD and have been since we were created. You don’t have to be Christian to believe in GOD, and you don’t have to believe in GOD to be an American citizen, but the founding fathers believed that for our country to succeed we owed it to GOD to acknowledge his supreme authority.

      • Abortion is the terminating of a viable LIFE!!!!
        Most abortions in the U.S. are performed during the first trimester of pregnancy; fetuses don’t become viable until at least the 24th week of pregnancy. Third trimester abortions are rare.
        Killing innocent Iraqis and denying people access to affordable health care terminate viable lives. Discuss.
        I won’t tell someone how they have to live.
        That’s EXACTLY what you’re doing when you deny people the right to marry because they’re gay.
        To allow gay marriage would totally demean the institution of marriage.
        In what way? I’d really like to know.
        The Conservative Case for Gay Marriage:
        We are ONE NATION UNDER GOD and have been since we were created.
        No, we aren’t. That phrase doesn’t appear in the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution.

        • Monte,
          Abortion, by definition, Merriam Webster Collegiate Dictionary tenth edition.
          “1: the termination of a pregnancy after, accompanied by, resulting in, or closely followed by the death of the embryo or fetus: as a: spontaneous expulsion of a human fetus during the first 12 weeks of gestation — compare MISCARRIAGE. b: induced expulsion of a human fetus. c: expulsion of a fetus by a domestic animal often due to infection at any time before completion of pregnancy — compare CONTAGIOUS ABORTION. 2: MONSTROSITY. 3: arrest of development (as of a part or process) resulting in imperfection: also: a result of such arrest.”
          Once pregnant, if left to complete gestation, all are viable Lives!
          “That’s EXACTLY what you’re doing when you deny people the right to marry because they’re gay.”
          When a woman can impregnate a woman I’ll change my vote! When a man can give birth, I’ll change my vote! Until then gay marriage does not get my vote!
          “The Conservative Case for Gay Marriage:”
          Just so happens I read this article before coming to the Fellowship today. Maybe you need to absorb why this guy and his case are nuts!
          Marriage is an institution that is created by GOD. Homosexuality is a sin to GOD. I will talk no more about this subject……..
          “No, we aren’t. That phrase doesn’t appear in the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution.”
          Yes we are! ONE NATION UNDER GOD is in the Pledge of Allegiance!!
          The declaration of Independance refers to a “SUPREME JUDGE”, the founding fathers knew this to be GOD! It also refers to “DIVINE PROVIDENCE”, which comes from GOD!
          Anything else I can help you with?
          Respectfully, Bob A

          • Once pregnant, if left to complete gestation, all are viable Lives!”
            “Viability” in this case means ” the ability of a fetus to survive outside of the uterus without artificial support.” This doesn’t occur until at least the 24th week of pregnancy. Claiming that abortions performed during the first trimester of pregnancy terminate viable lives is just plain incorrect.
            Marriage is an institution that is created by GOD. I will talk no more about this subject
            Only according to the Torah, Bible, and the Koran, which are written by humans.
            The institution of marriage predates these books by thousands of years. Did you know that the custom of giving an engagement ring to one’s future spouse originated with the ancient Romans?
            Homosexuality is a sin to GOD.
            Only male homosexuality, according to the book of Leviticus. The same book also says that adultery, cursing one’s parents, eating fruit from trees less than five years old, cutting one’s hair at the temples, trimming the edges of one’s beard, getting tattoos, eating meat with blood still in it, and consulting fortune tellers are also sins to God, yet most states don’t have any laws forbidding those practices.
            ONE NATION UNDER GOD is in the Pledge of Allegiance!!
            The original version of the Pledge, written by Christian Socialist Francis Bellamy in 1892, does not contain that phrase. The words “under God” were not officially added to the Pledge until 1954, at the height of the McCarthy era.
            The declaration of Independance refers to a “SUPREME JUDGE”, the founding fathers knew this to be GOD! It also refers to “DIVINE PROVIDENCE”, which comes from GOD!
            Several of the Founding Fathers were Deists, not Christians. Deists believe that a supreme being created the universe and reject the idea of scriptural revelation. Thomas Jefferson, for example, accepted the teachings of Jesus Christ but did not believe that he was the son of God, nor did he believe that he had supernatural powers. “Nature’s God,” “Creator,” “Providence,” and “Supreme Judge” are all Deist terms.
            Anything else I can help you with?
            Yes. Please explain to me how allowing gays to marry would demean the institution of marriage.

    • Monte,
      Will rebutted you so well and so thoroughly that my response is hardly needed. Instead of repeating the excellent points he made, I’ll just make two observations about your comment:
      1. You make the fundamental mistake of generalizing from individuals to an entire institution. Your examples of alleged racism by a regional GOP organization or some tea party (assuming they are true) do not equate to the entire GOP or all tea parties being racist. Our fallen human nature means that there will always be individuals who are racist, but you make the epistemological mistake of then generalizing to the whole group/institution. That strategy works only to your disadvantage because we can always find instances of racism among Dems, which Will exactly did.
      2. The main point of Zo (in the video) and Will (in his comment) is that the Democratic Party’s POLICIES of welfare and victimhood have not helped blacks. Respond to that, instead of lecturing to us about the historical GOP vs. Dem!
      3. You conveniently did not address Margaret Sanger being an elitist eugenicist. You also miss the entire point of Zo about abortion, which is the high rate of BLACK abortion made possible America’s present pro-abortion laws. Since 1973, black women’s share of abortions has consistently been at least twice their share of live births, with rates of abortions higher than whites or other minority groups. In 2000, blacks accounted for 17% of live births but 36% of abortions. For whites, it was 78% live births & 57% abortions; for non-black minorities, it was 7% live births vs. 5% abortions.,2933,348649,00.html
      Here, I am reminded of that curious statement made by liberal Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a July 2009 NYT interview:
      “Frankly I had thought that at the time [the 1980] Roe [v. Wade] was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”

  5. Will – I’m hanging in there, too. Great response to Monte. I am so sick and tired of people calling “racism” at the drop of a hat. MLK – content of character. That’s what matters to me.

  6. Monte, I have nothing against you, but you need to stop with the GOP is evil crap. It will do you no good here. For years my family has voted Democratic and I voted Democratic as well (Bill Clinton twice!)
    For so long we’ve waited and waited for something to be done, all the promise, while hearing the same “Evil Republicans are holding you down vote for us.” And then as soon as we pulled the lever to vote them in, they “pull” a disappearing act and vanish until the next election.
    But it’s okay because they at least let us have our “Leaders” — some one to guide and uplift us with encouraging words like “No justice, no peace” and “White man holding us down”; useless marches; blackmailing companies into give them money, claiming that money was going back into the “hood,” but money our neighborhoods never see.
    The media liked to call them “Leaders” of the Black communities but I quickly learned a new word for them. Monte, you know what that word was? — Overseers, and Monte, these Overseers were paid quite handsomely in keeping us in check, making sure we didn’t get too smart and stray off the reservation. They have a unique weapon: guilt and intimidation.
    Once you start to question these Overseers, they call you White man’s N****r, Sellouts, Uncle Tom, Porch Monkey. Most of us are so humiliated we fall back into line, and let’s be honest, what Black man/woman want to be called a traitor to their race? So we ease back into the fold like little good little colored folks and just take our crumbs and hobble back into our one bedroom apartments with five other family members and wait for the miracle they keep telling us is on the way.
    I hate them, Monte, with every breath I take. I hate them with every waking moment. I get up, I hate them. And until my dying breath, I will curse them even if it cost me an eternity in Hell. If I can just drag one of those so called “Leaders” or Democrats with me for what they’ve done to our people, it would be time well spent.

  7. Gay rights should not be determined by popular vote, not when it clearly states in the Constitution that “all men are created equal.”
    I assume you’re young and full of ideals and fire in your gut………that’s good
    Heh…I’m a year younger than our President!
    Have you ever heard of this quote by Winston Churchill?
    “If you’re 20 and not a Liberal, you have no Heart, and if you’re 40 and not a Conservative, you have no Brains”

    I have, but Churchill never uttered nor wrote those words. Source:
    The quote that has been erroneously attributed to Churchill is acutally a distortion of this quote by French statesman Francois Guizot:
    “Not to be a republican at 20 is proof of want of heart; to be one at 30 is proof of want of head.”

    • Some Mormons in this country have more than 4 wives. It’s ridiculous to equate gay marriage with incest, bestiality, or child rape. Two unrelated adults of the same sex should have the same right to marry as two unrelated adults of different sexes.
      you either call everyone a racist, revert to checking spelling or grammar, correcting my Churchill quote, or just not answer the question put to you.
      No, I don’t, but at this point in time, there certainly is more racism in the Republican Party than in the Democratic Party.
      As for the quote that wasn’t made by Churchill, I felt that it was my civic duty to put that myth to rest. 🙂
      You my dear, are just another Kool-aid drinker who will watch your socialist party and dreams go down once and for all in the ash heap of really bad ideas.
      Whoa, now who’s calling names?? I’m not a member of the Socialist Party, and I prefer green tea. 😀

  8. This thread is dead to me.

  9. I’m jumping in late here but this whole gay marriage thing…
    Gay rights should not be determined by popular vote, not when it clearly states in the Constitution that “all men are created equal.”
    If this was what the Founding Fathers intended then why wasn’t it made a law back then? Why is it not already commonplace? This country doesn’t need to go with the flow of the “world”. We are the best thing going for a reason, and the libs want to lower our standards to what the “world” see’s as right.
    I say we need to get back to basics, the basics that made this country the greatest the world has ever seen.

  10. Comment deleted as per BobA’s request.

    • you admit male homosexuality is a sin.
      No, I wrote that in the book of Leviticus, it is considered to be a sin.
      Look to Nature, What species of mammal is perpetuated by a single gender? NONE!!!!!!!
      Correct, but what species of mammal DOESN’T display homosexual behavior? None!
      Now I will tell you what I think, You are a Lesbian, You have had an abortion, You are butch, You want to marry your partner. Right or wrong? These are the only conclusions I can come to about why you are debating so strongly on these topics.
      To paraphrase Steve, tell me how you REALLY feel! 😀
      With the exception of rape, why would a lesbian need to have an abortion, anyway??
      I won’t tell you what my sexual orientation is, because I think it’s more fun to keep you guessing. I will say this, though: I’ve never been pregnant, like wearing makeup and very feminine clothing, and have about twice as many male friends than female. Make of that what you will. 🙂
      I can’t put into words to satisfy you as to why letting gays marry is demeaning to marriage. It is insulting to me that gays want to equate their relationships on the same level as heterosexual marriage relationships!
      Adultery is demeaning to marriage. Why, then, are you not equally insulted by those who are guilty of that offense? If you voted for John McCain in 2008, you condoned adultery by supporting a man who not only cheated on his wife, but dumped her in order to marry a young heiress.

  11. Steve,
    I’ve said it before, what 2 consenting adults do behind closed doors is their business. I’m not a bigot, I have opened my home to gays and lesbians in the past, I have a cousin who is gay. I have learned that I cannot change who they are or understand why they are.However, when Walt Disney World had gay days, I snapped.
    I apologize for my comment about who I felt Monte is to all the readers of this blog and Monte. I was unable to go back and remove the comment after it posted. I thought I had already edited it out.

    • BobA,
      Let me know via an e-mail if you would like me to delete your previous comment!

    • No apology necessary, Bob. It doesn’t bother me if you think I’m a leather-clad, combat boot-wearing, muscle-bound, deep-voiced bull dyke on steroids with a green mohawk and a bit of a mustache. If anything, you’ve made me painfully aware of the fact that I haven’t done enough to live up to the stereotypes conservatives have of liberals. 🙂
      We’re all entitled to our opinions. I’m a strong supporter of First Amendment rights for everyone.

      • Thank You Monte.
        I am sorry, but, I have no picture of you as anything other than one of GOD’s children.
        Don’t look to me to be an example of how Conservatives view Liberals, My education only extends to a high school diploma and often say things that are totally inappropriate. My nickname is really S-O-B. I have been made painfully aware that I still haven’t learned to shut up soon enough for my own good.
        I am still waiting for equal rights also. Affirmative Action prvented me from being able to get a college education because of quotas of white males allowed to be enrolled. I am not rich and did not have the greatest grades, didn’t matter that they were better than the minorities grades.
        I concede the debate to you!

        • Bob,
          It pains me to see you devalue yourself in any way because of the absence of a college diploma. Long ago, when I was teaching in the rainy Northwest, I learnt from the department secretary (& my friend) — a woman of at best average intelligence who was the sweetest nicest person I’d ever met — that intellectual achievements can be greatly overrated.
          As the great Professor Albus Dumbledore said to Harry Potter: “It is not our abilities that make who we are, it is our choices.
          I’ll always go for goodness over intelligence. Afterall, Adolf Hitler was no dummy, nor were his henchmen. But they were unquestionably evil!
          Nor does the absence of a college degree signify a lack of intelligence. And you, BobA, are BOTH intelligent and a most decent human being — qualities that are evident to all on this Fellowship!

  12. The issue may be near and dear to Monte’s heart, or just a cause, kinda like save the whales
    You can’t say that we are “the land of the free” or that this nation has “liberty and justice for all” if some people don’t have the same rights as others. It’s as simple as that.
    I have a friend who has a “Nuke A Gay Whale For Christ” t-shirt (yes, he’s gay). He gets a big kick out of offending everyone. 🙂


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