On the 95th birthday of Nelson Mandela, who is recovering after a stint in a South African hospital, the so-called Rev. Jesse Jackson shamed himself and Mandela calling Florida an “apartheid state.” You can view the interview with Jake Tapper roughly 3 minutes into this clip.
Jackson blamed the fact that the prosectors were white, that there were no blacks on the jury, and displayed a complete lack of reverence for a woman’s ability to serve on a jury. As Pollack of Breitbart pointed out:
By his logic, only white can judge whites, blacks can judge blacks, and so on–the opposite of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream. The only apartheid is in his own mind and among those who seek constantly to divide America against itself.
Mandela, who turned 95, was adamantly opposed to the tactics used by race-mongers, such as Rev. Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton. Nelson Mandela lived an enormous part of his life behind bars to suppress black empowerment, while Rev. Jackson’s son spends time in federal prison for corruption due his effort to strip blacks of empowerment.
This is why Africans, who have had to put up with an enormous amount of suffering, generally cannot stand the American leftist civil rights leaders. Even Obama’s own brother, who wrote a book arguing that colonization benefited Africa, does not agree with this liberal insanity.
Thankfully Mandela is still with us, as it is clear more than ever that we are still – unfortunately after all of this time – in need of positive examples to follow and juxtapose to Rev. Jesse Jackson. What a sham this man is, and instead of tearing a country to pieces, he should be putting his own family back together.
Earlier in Data From Race Relations In America Show Enormous Incentive For Racial Profiteers, I examined the pre-trial positive race relations trend in America, which clearly is a threat to those ever-fearing irrelevance, such as Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rev. Al Sharpton.
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