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4/9/2013

Touré and His History of Militant Anti-White Crusades

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 10:36 pm

(I warned you about my newfound learning on creating memes.)

Charles C. Johnson and Ryan Girdusky have a piece at the Daily Caller about Touré’s history of militant anti-white opinionating:

MSNBC host Touré founded a student newspaper dedicated to black liberation theology while he was a college student attending Emory University from 1989 to 1992.

Touré’s flagship publication, The Fire This Time, lavished praise on famous anti-Semites, black supremacists, and conspiracy theorists whom Touré helped bring to campus. Before he became an intense-but-sardonic TV personality, Touré also decried “the suffocating white community” and defended a nationally famous fake hate crime.

The article quotes the budding racist saying: “The Black tribe is possibly the strongest of all the tribes and Black students who choose not to be a part pay a heavy social price.” It describes a list of people that Touré’s group brought to campus and described as “role models” including anti-Semites (one blamed Jewish “bloodsuckers” for creating holes in the ozone layer and another said Jews functioned as mass murderers of people of color to stay in Israel) and violent people (one had served time for robbery and is now serving a life sentence for murdering a cop).

His career as a budding Al Sharpton was cemented when he championed the cause of a student who claimed to be the victim of a vicious racist incident — and who later admitted it was a hoax. Touré continued to champion the cause after she admitted the controversy was fraudulent — and said it didn’t matter whether it had actually happened.

And . . .

And . . .

Oh, why do I bother? I could be talking about the President of the United [several expletives deleted]ing States and nobody would care. And this guy is just another racist on MSNBC. (Remember: it’s not racism if they hate the white guy.)

Sorry for wasting your time.

UPDATE: Touré ripped to shreds by an obvious racist.

BOOM.

Thanks to Steve57.

42 Comments

  1. I’m telling you: quickmeme.com.

    Why did it take me so long to find it??

    Comment by Patterico (9c670f) — 4/9/2013 @ 10:41 pm

  2. Y’all are going to get real tired of these memes real quick.

    Unless, of course, you start submitting them on your own!

    Comment by Patterico (9c670f) — 4/9/2013 @ 10:41 pm

  3. One thing that has come to the fore with electing Obama is that the general public has been exposed to some of the more common crazy ideas that have been promulgated amongst the black “community” for some years.

    I knew about some of it but I didn’t realize the extent and the people involved in spreading and who believe in this nonsense.

    Most all of it can be reduced to the absurdity that it is just by replacing the spokesperson with a white person and reversing the races named.

    You can immediately see it all for the Black Racism that it is and understand the for many blacks, the civil rights movement isn’t about becoming equal but about getting even.

    Comment by Jcw46 (0af03c) — 4/9/2013 @ 10:43 pm

  4. Patterico, could you link to the “it doesn’t matter if the racial incident really didn’t happen” for my files on intellectual hypocrisy?

    It’s almost as bad as a Black religious leader—kind of a famous one—preaching that white scientists had invented HIV to kill Black people. Strange that people don’t remember that.

    Comment by Simon Jester (1cac84) — 4/9/2013 @ 10:48 pm

  5. Toure is just another segregationist race pimp who makes a living off perpetuating division.

    Resist we much.

    Comment by daleyrocks (bf33e9) — 4/9/2013 @ 11:06 pm

  6. Patterico, could you link to the “it doesn’t matter if the racial incident really didn’t happen” for my files on intellectual hypocrisy?

    It’s in the Daily Caller article linked in the post.

    Comment by Patterico (9c670f) — 4/9/2013 @ 11:29 pm

  7. FYI: Toure’s last name is “Neblett”.

    Comment by myiq2xu (0ddb17) — 4/9/2013 @ 11:47 pm

  8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eudgDI-peAs&feature=youtube_gdata&imagePerPage=18

    PJTV: Why Liberals Like Touré Love Racism

    AlfonZo Rachel of ZONATION destroys what he calls the “the snitch for Democratic plantation party.”

    Comment by Steve57 (be3310) — 4/10/2013 @ 12:00 am

  9. There’s a good living to be made in the race-hustling industry, especially if you don’t really have anything else to offer to society.

    Comment by JVW (4826a9) — 4/10/2013 @ 12:03 am

  10. People suck.

    Comment by mg (31009b) — 4/10/2013 @ 12:40 am

  11. Touré is dummerer than a sack of Perrys.

    Comment by JD (b63a52) — 4/10/2013 @ 5:29 am

  12. Great bunch that S.E. Cupp is hanging around with, Rush banning chick, this rocket surgeon,

    Comment by narciso (3fec35) — 4/10/2013 @ 5:33 am

  13. I had a friend on FaceBook, a person with multiple Ivy league degrees, touting Toure as an intellectual.

    Comment by JD (b63a52) — 4/10/2013 @ 5:36 am

  14. Meanwhile, you know how many places flag this site.

    Comment by narciso (3fec35) — 4/10/2013 @ 5:43 am

  15. Rich private school upbringing, who dropped out of college to be a full-time race-baiter.

    Comment by JD (b63a52) — 4/10/2013 @ 5:53 am

  16. Call him by his last name; I think it is Nebit.

    Not gonna play his really stupid game of “look at me, I go by one name”.

    You’re not a South American soccer player as***ck.

    Comment by kinlaw (f7a8e6) — 4/10/2013 @ 6:36 am

  17. Meanwhile, you know how many places flag this site.

    Whatcha mean? That one went whoooosh over my head.

    Comment by Patterico (9c670f) — 4/10/2013 @ 6:42 am

  18. How does SE Cupp figure here?

    Say it isn’t so!

    Comment by kinlaw (f7a8e6) — 4/10/2013 @ 6:43 am

  19. Protein Wisdom too, trips a firewall,

    Comment by narciso (3fec35) — 4/10/2013 @ 6:48 am

  20. Not gonna play his really stupid game of “look at me, I go by one name”.

    You’re not a South American soccer player as***ck.

    This is magnificent.

    Comment by JD (b63a52) — 4/10/2013 @ 7:25 am

  21. Every elite university is required to have at least one standard-issue radical black student leader. At Penn in the late 80′s we had Conrad Tillard who, along with newspaper columnist Eric “The Truth” Williams, helped to bring Louie Farrakhan to campus. Over the course of several years, Tillard became, no lie, Conrad X, Conrad Muhammad, Conrad X Muhammad, Conrad X Tillard, and now apparently Reverend Conrad Tillard, Christian minister. Williams is apparently now highly embarrassed if you mention to him that he stoked and fueled the infamous “water buffalo” incident on campus. Maybe turning 40 cures some people some of the time.

    Comment by Jack Klompus (2b072c) — 4/10/2013 @ 7:53 am

  22. racist tics and words
    8th grade vocabulary
    Teh Touré Syndrome

    Comment by Colonel Haiku (39b448) — 4/10/2013 @ 1:15 pm

  23. Comment by Simon Jester (1cac84) — 4/9/2013 @ 10:48 pm

    It’s almost as bad as a Black religious leader—kind of a famous one—preaching that white scientists had invented HIV to kill Black people. Strange that people don’t remember that

    You mean Farrakhan? People in a position to tell the stoiry just didn’t want to repeat it.

    I think Farrakhan was trying to help drug dealers. Drug dealers did not want people to stop injecting themsleves with heroin. So he supported the meme that AIDS was being caused by (Jewish) doctors injecting or infecting people they thought were bad people. Which could have seemed to be true for a while because a lot of bad people were coming down with AIDS.

    Comment by Sammy Finkelman (d22d64) — 4/10/2013 @ 1:23 pm

  24. 3. Comment by Jcw46 (0af03c) — 4/9/2013 @ 10:43 pm

    One thing that has come to the fore with electing Obama is that the general public has been exposed to some of the more common crazy ideas that have been promulgated amongst the black “community” for some years.

    That happened with the campaign in 2008.

    But nobody wanted to say that the stuff the Reverend Jeremiah Wright was saying was somewhat common. Obama certainly wasn’t going to point that out. And neither did his opponents because they wanted the problem to be particular to him, and saying it was around would tend to excuse him.

    I knew about some of it but I didn’t realize the extent and the people involved in spreading and who believe in this nonsense.

    Most all of it can be reduced to the absurdity that it is just by replacing the spokesperson with a white person and reversing the races named.

    You can immediately see it all for the Black Racism that it is and understand the for many blacks, the civil rights movement isn’t about becoming equal but about getting even.

    Comment by Sammy Finkelman (d22d64) — 4/10/2013 @ 1:26 pm

  25. http://qkme.me/3tu1rz

    Comment by Colonel Haiku (39b448) — 4/10/2013 @ 1:34 pm

  26. I had a friend on FaceBook, a person with multiple Ivy league degrees, touting Toure as an intellectual.

    It’s this type of confusion that causes them to label conservatives as “anti-intellectual”.

    Comment by Rob Crawford (49918b) — 4/10/2013 @ 6:25 pm

  27. It’s almost as bad as a Black religious leader—kind of a famous one—preaching that white scientists had invented HIV to kill Black people.

    Farrakhan also teaches that whites were bred in a laboratory by a mad scientist.

    Comment by Rob Crawford (49918b) — 4/10/2013 @ 6:27 pm

  28. You can immediately see it all for the Black Racism that it is and understand the for many blacks, the civil rights movement isn’t about becoming equal but about getting even.

    I’m reminded once more of the defendants in an embezzlement case in Cincinnati saying it was “their turn” in way of defense.

    Of course, I’ve been told that even remembering that is “racist”.

    Comment by Rob Crawford (49918b) — 4/10/2013 @ 6:31 pm

  29. I might have been bred in a lab.

    Comment by SPQR (768505) — 4/10/2013 @ 6:42 pm

  30. Not a good week for Mr. Neblett.

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/toure-savages-ll-cool-j-over-accidental-racist-song-no-im-not-going-to-forget-slavery/

    Touré Savages LL Cool J Over ‘Accidental Racist’ Song: ‘No, I’m Not Going To Forget’ Slavery

    …“If you wear that out in public, as LL says in his verse, you’re going to make me uncomfortable.”

    Apparently Mr. Neblett feels he has the right to go through life without anyone ever making him feel uncomfortable.

    …“My God, LL Cool J talking about ‘forget the slavery mentality?’” Touré exclaimed. “Mama should knock you out!”

    Watch the clip below via MSNBC:

    The video is at the link.

    Apparently the difference between LL Cool J and Neblett is that LL Cool J doesn’t have to rely on the keeping the grievance industry going as Cool J has talent.

    That, and unlike Neblett he’s not a whiny pencil necked geek.

    http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/celebrity/rapper-ll-cool-j-captures-burglar-at-his-home-20120823-24ncp.html

    Comment by Steve57 (b238b6) — 4/10/2013 @ 7:45 pm

  31. I’m thinking Mr. Neblett never experienced the horrors of slavery but like Senator Aristoslacker, they are seared into his brain.

    Comment by daleyrocks (bf33e9) — 4/10/2013 @ 7:51 pm

  32. daley, when your meal-ticket hangs by a single precarious thread I’m guessing things you imagineered to get where you are get seared into your brain right quick. Whatever it takes.

    Comment by Steve57 (b238b6) — 4/10/2013 @ 7:59 pm

  33. I’m thinking Mr. Neblett never experienced the horrors of slavery but like Senator Aristoslacker, they are seared into his brain.

    What do you want to bet that if we traced back his family history we would find that Neblett’s ancestors were the African chieftains who gave up members of their tribal village to the slave traders in return for various trinkets?

    Comment by JVW (4826a9) — 4/10/2013 @ 8:21 pm

  34. Tourè was a privileged child, growing up in Milton CT and attending Milton Academy.

    Comment by JD (b63a52) — 4/10/2013 @ 8:27 pm

  35. Ted Kennedy also went to Milton, coincidence

    Comment by narciso (3fec35) — 4/10/2013 @ 8:30 pm

  36. Touré is the biggest race-baiting tool in all of history.

    That said, the “Accidental Racist” song IS pretty much an abomination.

    Comment by Icy (cfe637) — 4/10/2013 @ 8:49 pm

  37. brad’s gotten very gimmicky I don’t think he has the right people around him

    Comment by happyfeet (8ce051) — 4/10/2013 @ 8:51 pm

  38. Neblett is a fool, he shoulda finished skool.

    Comment by daleyrocks (bf33e9) — 4/10/2013 @ 9:16 pm

  39. Will Marshall is president and founder of the Progressive Policy Institute (PPI), a centrist political think tank.

    That cracked me up

    Comment by JD (b63a52) — 4/10/2013 @ 9:28 pm

  40. JD, just imagine if PPI was a “left leaning political think tank.”

    Comment by Simon Jester (05fd83) — 4/10/2013 @ 9:58 pm

  41. Agreed, Mr. feets. Someone along the way should have stopped him and said “Uh, really bad idea!”

    Comment by Icy (cfe637) — 4/10/2013 @ 10:05 pm

  42. JD#34: I call these people Marxists in 300 dollar shoes.

    Amazing.

    Comment by Simon Jester (05fd83) — 4/10/2013 @ 10:21 pm

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