Friday, March 29, 2013

Liberals Obsess With Congressman Don Young's "Wetback" Remark, Ignore Alabama State Rep Joe Mitchell's Genocidal Anti-White Remark

The double standard between Black and White in America is alive and growing. On March 29th, 2013, the Council of Conservative Citizens brought to our attention an inflammatory anti-White racist remark directed by Black Alabama State Rep. Joe Mitchell, who in response to an e-mail from a White constituent who politely asked Mitchell not to support gun control, replied “Your folk never used all this sheit (sic) to protect my folk from your slave-holding, murdering, adulterous, baby-raping, incestuous, snaggle-toothed, backward-assed, inbreed (sic), imported criminal-minded kin folk.” The C of CC noted that "If this was a white politician it would be a MAJOR national media event!"

And how right the C of CC is, because the proof is unfolding even as we speak. Alaska Congressman Don Young, who is White, is under fire from both within and without Alaska because of a similar BUT MUCH MILDER remark he made during a radio interview with KRBD in Ketchikan, AK. This incident is described in much greater detail on my companion Alaska Pride blog, but the jist of it is that Don Young said, in reference to his upbringing on a ranch in central California, “My father had a ranch; we used to have 50-60 wetbacks to pick tomatoes. It takes two people to pick the same tomatoes now. It’s all done by machine.” Later, Congressman Young's office later issued a statement which wasn't a typical abject apology, but a clarification of his remark.

Update: Congressman Young has now issued a full apology, saying "I apologize for the insensitive term I used during an interview in Ketchikan, Alaska. There was no malice in my heart or intent to offend; it was a poor choice of words. That word, and the negative attitudes that come with it, should be left in the 20th century, and I’m sorry that this has shifted our focus away from comprehensive immigration reform." This shows the power of political correctness in the U.S.; even a crusty old warhorse like Don Young can be bullied into an apology.

Nevertheless, the left began to mob him, not only in the comments section to various Alaska media outlets, but criticism also came from various Hispanic spokespersons and liberal Congressmembers such as Nancy Pelosi. Even the so-called "right" has taken shots at him, with demands for a more abject apology coming from House Speaker John Boehner and Senator John Cornyn (R-TX). However, some Alaskans are rallying to Don Young's side in comments to the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, with a number of people insisting that the term "wetback" was not originally intended to have a racist or ethnic connotation, but simply to describe an illegal immigrant who swam across the Rio Grande to get to the United States.

Support is also expressed by white racialists on Stormfront and the Vanguard News Network Forum, who have decided to set aside the fact that Congressman Young was married to an Alaska Native lady for 46 years. On Stormfront, Skumsmasher88 wrote, "He would get my vote. I am sick and tired of the political pandering to latinos and want to hear the side screaming out against them and calling for them all to be deported if they are illegal, undocumented or support illegal immigration in any way including, employment and hiding of illegals. He should run for president!" And on VNN Forum, Dan Smith wrote, in part, "I really would not be surprised if the republicans orchestrated this little blip as an attempt to woo wetbacks to vote for Republicans in the future. Look for more little blips in the future where Republicans get a chance to 'stand up for Latinos!'".

While Congressman Young has neither the interest nor intent to run for president, he does intend to run for re-election to the U.S. House in 2014. And chances are he will win, because Alaskans respect Don Young's tough talk against cheechakos who try to tell Alaskans what to think and do, and because of his matchless ability to "bring home the bacon". If ZOG/Babylon the Third and Final is going down as a growing number believe it will, we Alaskans might as well tear our fair share of meat from its carcass.

As for Rep. Joe Mitchell, he has not apologized, and does not intend to do so. The only discernible criticism has come from the mainstream right, as published on The Blaze, and from the racialist right, as published on Occidental Dissent and American Renaissance. In a play on "Django Unchained", the Birmingham News refers to him as "Joe Mitchell Unchained".

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

No dice.

Any white man that sees the truth about our racial-dispossession and THEN squeals out an "apology" afterward is WORSE than a white man who was never on our side to begin with.

Join the Northwest Front!

Anonymous said...

Come on, everyone knows what "wetback" refers to, and how offensive it is to ZOGs PC society. No point in trying to defend the term. He had to know it would cause problems, and he ended up apologizing, no shock there.

He was married to a "native" woman? No free pass from me. Should we stick up for "Mr. so proud to be Scotch Irish but married a gook he brought back from 'Nam," Senator Jim Webb if he ever says anything un-PC? Nope.

That nigger in Alabama wont apologize cuz he knows he doesnt have to. If the races were reversed, yeah, it's be a huge media event and his career would be done.

But we SHOULD all know the rules by know. Same sh*t, different day.
Not sure why anyone who is WN would put much stock in any crap spewed from the 2 party ZOG system pig-sty.
Also not sure why some on Stormfront and VNN would support this race mixer just because he said "wetback." Big deal.