|Mr Ben “Delusional” Stein|
Ben Stein, never to be confused with Einstein, has spoken from Mount Caucasus — better known as Fox Nation — stated his opinion that President Obama is the most racist president ever.
Me, personally, I am rolling with Ben (a pseudo economic guru) is purposely stirring the pot. He intentionally wants the already pissed off Obama haters to be further antagonized.
Why do I think so?
First, the Ivy League educated Stein used to be a speech writer for President Nixon; and Nixon was never shy in sharing his racism or anti-Semitism:
Take a phone call with Henry Kissinger on April 19, 1973 about an upcoming U.S.-Soviet summit. Nixon was concerned someone would cause problems, and if they did, they would pay for it, he said: “Let me say, Henry, it’s gonna be the worst thing that happened to Jews in American history.”
Nixon continued, “If they torpedo this summit — and it might go down for other reasons — I’m gonna put the blame on them, and I’m going to do it publicly at 9 o’clock at night before 80 million people.” (“I agree completely,” Kissinger, who is Jewish, said. “They brought it on themselves.”)
Then Nixon really got going about the Jews. “I won’t mind one goddamn but to have a little anti-Semitism if it’s on that issue,” the president says. “They put the Jewish interest above America’s interest and it’s about goddamn time that the Jew in America realizes he’s an American first and a Jew second.”
In a June 14, 1973 Oval Office meeting with Anne Armstrong, counselor to the president, Nixon said black people couldn’t run Jamaica. “Blacks can’t run it. Nowhere, and they won’t be able to for a hundred years, and maybe not for a thousand. … Do you know, maybe one black country that’s well run?”
Second, several Presidents supported genocide or forced removal of Native Americans. Arguably, President Andrew Jackson was the most passionate Native American hater of all presidents. In 1830 Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act.
“Andrew Jackson was a wealthy slave owner and infamous Indian killer, gaining the nickname ‘Sharp Knife’ from the Cherokee,” writes Amargi on the website Unsettling America: Decolonization in Theory & Practice.
“He was also the founder of the Democratic Party, demonstrating that genocide against indigenous people is a nonpartisan issue. His first effort at Indian fighting was waging a war against the Creeks.
President Jefferson had appointed him to appropriate Creek and Cherokee lands. In his brutal military campaigns against Indians, Andrew Jackson recommended that troops systematically kill Indian women and children after massacres in order to complete the extermination. The Creeks lost 23 million acres of land in southern Georgia and central Alabama, paving the way for cotton plantation slavery. His frontier warfare and subsequent ‘negotiations’ opened up much of the southeast U.S. to settler colonialism.” Read more
Third, five presidents embraced and exalted the KKK as members:
President Warren G. Harding, President Woodrow Wilson, President McKinley, President Calvin Coolidge, and President Harry S. Truman. source
Next, several Presidents were slavers (good ole George owned over 300): source
1) George Washington, 1st President, Virginia
2) Thomas Jefferson, 3rd, Virginia
3) James Madison, 4th, Virginia
4) James Monroe, 5th, Virginia
5) Andrew Jackson, 7th, South Carolina/Tennessee
6) Martin Van Buren, 8th, New York
7) William Henry Harrison, 9th, Virginia
8) John Tyler, 10th, Virginia
9) James K. Polk, 11th, North Carolina
10) Zachary Taylor, 12th, Virginia
*) James Buchanan, 15th, Pennsylvania
11) Andrew Johnson, 17th, North Carolina
12) Ulysses S. Grant, 18th, Ohio
So, if Stein is remotely privy to the above info, what is he basing his charges on? Perhaps, in his circles, Obama is the most racist president in history because he failed to make the Lindsey Graham pledge:
“If I get to be president, white men who are in male-only clubs are going to do great in my presidency.” read more