Racism is an obsession with one’s race. As an obsession, it dominates the thought and life of the racist. He seeks and finds opposition in anyone outside his race, and his worst epithet is to call them that which he is most guilty of: “Racist”.
The Attorney General is a member of the President’s Cabinet and is the lawyer in charge of the prosecution of offenders of Federal law. He has a large staff in Washington, D.C., in addition to prosecuting attorneys and their staffs in the larger cities across the country.
He directs all activities, selecting which cases are to be prosecuted and which cases will be dropped. Recently, one of his white prosecutors in D.C. resigned to protest a decision to drop the prosecution of the most egregious violation of voter’s rights this country has ever seen. The perpetrators were black skinned, as is our President, and as is the Attorney General who dropped all charges for lack of evidence. Most TV viewers in America saw the crime on their sets.
The evidence was overwhelming. This malfeasance was compounded when the Attorney General ordered all cases of racism by blacks on whites were not to be pursued or prosecuted. This grotesque outrage is of epic proportion. It can easily be interpreted by the black criminal element as their license to operate with impunity.
The NAACP is trying to tag the T-Party Movement as racist. We must do nothing to justify that charge. Our course must be toward November 2, Election Day. The bloodless revolution that is developing can be supported by registering conservative voters, telephone networking, and talking to anyone about the danger our country faces if we do not vote the liberals out of Congress in November. If you can afford it, send money to the candidates where you see the need.
We must win in overwhelming numbers to offset the votes that will be stolen, because the stage is set up for vast voter fraud. Remember Minnesota and Al Franken? In order to have the volume of votes to intimidate politicians for decades, everyone must vote. Take someone with you to the polls. Our country, our way of life hangs in the balance.
From the editor: Mr. Pemberton is referring to the resignation of J. Christian Adams, a trial attorney with the Department of Justice’s Voting Rights Section, who accused the department of racial bias in its handling of a case against the New Black Panther Party in which the Party had been accused of voter intimidation in 2008.