Obama's handlers did not see this one coming! Black Leaders Support the NRA and NO gun control.

Vatic Note:  This was excellent and informative.  There were things mentioned that I did not know and I studied the "Controlled version" of history, I just discovered.  This version  of history of Gun  Control  and its impact, is new to me.

I had never known that any blacks were for the second amendment.  These were very articulate proponants of the second amendment and exhibited a clear understanding of the issue since they were once victims of it shortly after the civil war.

I did not know that some white slave owners would not release their slaves, when the law was passed and that it became a big enough issue for those recently freed slaves to have to arm themselves. Slavery is wrong for anyone, regardless of who they are.  It should never be tolerated.

Once we accept such for anyone, we accept it for ourselves and that is never going to happen, once we take a stand "UNITED" against it. Now is the time to do exactly that, UNITE IN ONE CAUSE FOR ONE NATION AND ALL ITS PEOPLE WHO CHOOSE THEIR BIRTH COUNTRY, AMERICA,  OVER ANY OTHER.

[SHORT VERSION] Black conservative leaders discuss how the NRA was created to protect freed slaves

Published by DAFRUSA on Feb 23, 2013

Black conservative leaders discuss the reason the NRA was founded and how gun control is an effort to control people.

The Center for Urban Renewal and Education (CURE) hosted a group of prominent figures from the African American community at 9:45A.M. on Friday, February 22nd at the National Press Club to speak out against gun control legislation currently being considered on Capitol Hill.

CURE is the largest black conservative think tank in the nation and is headquartered in Washington, D.C.

CURE organized the news conference in response to concerns shared by black conservatives that the Senate proposed laws will restrict their ability to defend themselves, their property and their families. They are also concerned that the proposed gun control legislation puts too much power in the hands of politicians.

"I believe that it is our duty to stand together and challenge the proposals currently on the table in the Senate, which invoke painful memories of Jim Crow laws and black codes," said CURE president and founder, Star Parker. "Black history is rife with government demands for background checks in order to qualify for constitutional rights. All Americans should be concerned."

Star Parker, a nationally syndicated columnist and other noted thought leaders, authors and speakers will make the case against the type of gun control measures President Obama and his liberal allies are proposing. While the group believes that Sandy Hook was a national tragedy, they oppose its use as an opportunity to advance government control and strip any American citizens of their constitutional rights. In the middle of Black History Month, CURE is calling for a serious national dialogue about the impact of gun control on the black community.


"We want to inform United States senators that we will be notifying urban pastors, business leaders and other black voters of their legislators' position on the Second Amendment—especially blue senators in red states currently up for re-election." The news conference is to rally behind the tradition of former slave and great American orator Frederick Douglass who said, "A man's rights rest in three boxes: the ballot box, the jury box, and the cartridge box."

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Anonymous said...

The ASSUMPTION that a few speak for all in the black community continues to persist. Does Jerry Falwell speak for all whites? Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and Louis Farrakhan, contrary to popular opinion do not speak for all people of color. Yet white America continues to portray these people as the few voices that represent what all black people must think and believe.

Unfortunately, by and large the conservative movement in this country is laced with a lot of negative racial overtones, and stereotypes.

Vatic Master said...

I think you have a very valid point about Jerry FAllwell and others speaking for the entire white community is the same as a few black leaders considered only those speaking for the black community.

I believe you are right on about that and it should be reconsidered based on your very valid points.

Having said that, I do not agree that this automatically shows racism. It simply shows that we are stupid for believing a hand full of people speak for all the people and that is true of our government that does not speak for any of the people. And I am not racist about white people either when I say that about our government, which is primarily whites in key decision making positions.

Anonymous said...

The second comment was independent, yet related to the first. I was not trying to immediately throw out the race card. What I meant was that while a lot of blacks in the black community have more conservative views, that segment of the community is not really shown, and when it is those individuals are labeled sell-outs, not black, etc... The conservative movement in America does not seem to really accept blacks.

The article posted is one of few that actually points out the fact that there are conservative blacks.

I think we agree.