Saturday, April 23, 2016

NC: "The Whining Baboon"

Via Cousin John

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Reverend William J. Barber of Goldsboro, President of the North Carolina $NAACP$ and architect of the Moral Monday movement testified at a Congressional luncheon briefing on what he calls the threat of voter suppression Thursday.

The event featured national civil rights leaders, scholars, and top voting experts and was moderated by renowned news journalist Roland S. Martin of NewsOne. Barber, was a special guest speaker on the topic: “How Voter Suppression Efforts Are Threatening Our Democracy”

The briefing was sponsored by the Transformative Justice Coalition (TJC), led by noted civil rights attorney Barbara R. Arnwine, former Executive Director of the Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law, and also sponsored by the National Election Defense Coalition (NEDC).

Barber feels the evisceration of provisions of the Voting Rights Act by the Supreme Court has allowed states to brazenly restrict voting rights.


  1. This uglier than ugly baboon was thrown off a passenger plane
    but you probably already read about it. Sort of like a
    terrorist. Brock, wanted you to see this video of some more
    baboons stealing water from runners. Pretty repulsive:

    1. Thanks.Locals stealing water bottles for London Marathon Runners: Surprised?

  2. No not really. They just can't seem to control their
    uncivilized DNA and it is genetic. They know right and
    wrong but care not.

    1. Pathetic, but country blacks are a completely different breed from these souls and the black cousins who come to my family reunion each year are as conservative if not more so than I.

  3. I am not talking about the good blacks. I worked in an
    establishment which had a dinning room. Two black ladies
    were the cooks - one was sweet as sugar, one, instinctively,
    made people uncomfortable. She was kind of evil. Both
    were in their late fifties at that time.

    1. one was sweet as sugar

      There certainly are many like that and every now and then, I make a comment like above when I realize there seems to never be anything good mentioned about them. Thanks.