Monday, June 15, 2015

Did you know this about the NAACP?

Rachel Dolezal has upset an apple cart in Spokane, Wash. Like, who cares?

Rachel, white at birth, has decided she is black. Is this like becoming a Christian? Or a Muslim? Or an atheist? Or moving to another town? Can you just decide on your race? Or maybe like Bruce. Does saying so make it so?

All the so-called "news" is elsewhere for your enjoyment (or disgust).

Here's something to test your acceptance of "truth". From comes this: "...regional (NAACP) President Gerald Hankerson ... called the NAACP a civil rights organization first that includes 'leaders from all different ethnicities,' adding that it 'doesn't do a genealogy search on what a person's ethnicity is when they' take a top position."

Why do I think that the NAACP doesn't want whitey at the helm?

Do you think that Cornell Brooks agrees with Hankerson? He's the president and CEO of the NAACP.

And what is the NAACP? It's the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. That's what blacks were called in the U.S. "Black." Then Negroes. Then African-American. What will it be next?

So, if you are colored "white", are you black? Maybe in Rachel's mind. Hey, here's an idea for a new TV series - White is the New Black, starring Rachel Dolezal.

On her own initiative and apparently without consent of the Board of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP, Rachel canceled tonight's chapter meeting. Dolezal was to explain the accusations against her.

Also from, "After the meeting was postponed, the head of the chapter's executive committee criticized the decision. 'I don't see any language in the by-laws that empowers you, or any one member, to arbitrarily cancel/postpone tomorrow's meeting,' Lawrence Burnley said in a letter to Dolezal." 

Maybe the chapter will have the guts to hold its meeting as scheduled. Hop on it, Mr. Burnley. Get word out this morning that the chapter meeting will be held as scheduled. Surely, you can appoint a president pro tem.

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