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PoliCon
11-19-2008, 12:15 PM
DUBAI: Calling US President-elect Barack Obama a "house negro", al-Qaida number two Ayman Zawahiri has warned him against sending more troops to
Afghanistan, in an Internet audio message released on Wednesday. ( Watch )

Zawahiri insulted Obama and other black Americans who have held high office in the US administration with the term used by the late black militant leader Malcolm X.

"It is true about you and people like you ... what Malcolm X said about the house negroes," he said, naming former secretary of state Colin Powell and the current secretary, Condoleezza Rice.

An English transcript of the speech purportedly by the al-Qaida number two was provided by Al-Qaeda's media arm As-Sahab.

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http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Al-Qaida_threatens_Obama_calls_him_house_negro/articleshow/3733449.cms

Speedy
11-19-2008, 12:21 PM
BWAWAWAWAWAWA! The Al Qaeda that the DUmmies love so much because it was an enemy of Bush called their guy an house ******! Just wait. They will be calling him a plain "******" before long. Arabs have no love of Blacks, muslim or not. They are just useful.

PoliCon
11-19-2008, 12:23 PM
BWAWAWAWAWAWA! The Al Qaeda that the DUmmies love so much because it was an enemy of Bush called their guy an house ******! Just wait. They will be calling him a plain "******" before long. Arabs have no love of Blacks, muslim or not. They are just useful.They forget that the first black slaves sold to Europeans were sold by North African Moors, Berbers, and Arabs.

Speedy
11-19-2008, 12:44 PM
They forget that the first black slaves sold to Europeans were sold by North African Moors, Berbers, and Arabs.


People should google the term "slave castles" and they would be surprised at what they would learn about Muslims and the African Slave trade.

noonwitch
11-19-2008, 12:59 PM
One of the late Coleman Young's best quotes used that term, or a variation of it.

He went to visit Jimmy Carter in the White House, probably to get the money for the People Mover in downtown Detroit. Carter sent a black undersecretary down to meet him and bring him up to the Oval Office. Coleman told the man:

"I didn't come here to see the house ni---. Get me the man!".

PoliCon
11-19-2008, 01:13 PM
Amusing along side this issue is how when Powell was part of the Bush administration he was a house negro to the left - specifically Harry Belefonte - but now that he's backing Barry he's keeping it real.

Speedy
11-19-2008, 01:47 PM
Amusing along side this issue is how when Powell was part of the Bush administration he was a house negro to the left - specifically Harry Belefonte - but now that he's backing Barry he's keeping it real.

Colin Powell has respect and standing among the Conservatives and Republicans. He lowered himself to House ****** status to serve Obama. People forget, Black slave owners had house ******s too.

xavierob82
11-19-2008, 02:32 PM
Since Al Qaeda is a right-wing conservative religious terrorist organization, it is not surprising they would be more hostile to a liberal Democrat than a conservative Republican president.

Democrats, after all, share more in common with Western European and Western civilization's secular humanist worldview (which Islamic fundamentalism inherently opposes). Whereas Republicans who are basically theocrats and religious fundamentalists. Just like Al Qaeda.

And not to mention the Democratic Party is percieved overseas as the party of the Jews.

Sonnabend
11-19-2008, 02:45 PM
Whereas Republicans who are basically theocrats and religious fundamentalists. Just like Al Qaeda.

:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

PoliCon
11-19-2008, 02:53 PM
Since Al Qaeda is a right-wing conservative religious terrorist organization, it is not surprising they would be more hostile to a liberal Democrat than a conservative Republican president.

Democrats, after all, share more in common with Western European and Western civilization's secular humanist worldview (which Islamic fundamentalism inherently opposes). Whereas Republicans who are basically theocrats and religious fundamentalists. Just like Al Qaeda.

And not to mention the Democratic Party is percieved overseas as the party of the Jews.does it hurt?

CueSi
11-19-2008, 03:01 PM
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Fixed for accuracy.

~QC

Molon Labe
11-19-2008, 03:08 PM
Since Al Qaeda is a right-wing conservative religious terrorist organization, it is not surprising they would be more hostile to a liberal Democrat than a conservative Republican president.


Anarchy is the extreme of the right.
Educate yourself on political type. Any organzation of a collective nature is by rule of the left. Al Qaeda, Communists, Nazis....Neocons.......it matters not. They are all collectivist SOBs.

They will be quite cozy with other collectivists. It's individualism that they fear.