House Noam

The liberal double standard is alive and well. They use hate speech to criticize those who oppose them.
The memory that comes to my mind — I don’t want to press the analogy too hard, but I think it’s worth thinking about — is late Weimar Germany. There were people with real grievances, and the Nazis gave them an answer. ‘It’s the fault of the Jews and the Bolsheviks and we’ve got to protect ourselves from them, and that will take care of them.’ And you know what happened… [...]Germany in the 1920s was at the peak of Western civilization. A decade later, it was at the pits of human history.
That's leftist Noam Chomsky talking - forgetting, perhaps, that one of the most important rules in the leftist free speech handbook is not to allow free speech that alludes in any way to Hitler or Nazism. This is what leftists say when a mention of Hitler comes from the other side:
“House Republicans have gone way too far. The NRCC’s despicable promotion of a video comparing Speaker Pelosi’s effort to reform health insurance in America to Adolf Hitler’s extermination of millions is a shocking new low that must be condemned."
A shocking new low replicated by Chomsky. Will he be the recipient of similar liberal outrage? But this is nothing new. If we hadn't figured it out already, liberals don't actually care about hurt feelings - they care about using race and bigotry as clubs to beat to death the free exchange of ideas, to destroy the competition.
Consider Warren Ballentine accusing Fox News regular Juan Williams of being a House negro as the two Black commentators appeared the other night with Bill O'Reilly.
Just before the end of the segment, Ballentine said, “You can go back to the porch, Juan. You can go back. It’s ok.”
Hate speech, pure and simple, if a comment like that is coming from a mainstream American. But from a liberal, even a slippery, disingenuous dodge of responsibility causes no liberal outrage.
Now if you want to take what I said about Juan Williams as racial, you go right ahead. All I said was he could go back to the porch. I didn’t call him a house negro. I said he could go back to the porch. Now if you took it as such, that means you took it as such.
Just as it is common in American Black culture to call one another "Nigger," the most heinous of insults coming from a member of another race, liberals are allowed to use their own dirty words with each other. Those who are not members of their clan, however, are forbidden from stepping into liberal territory.
House Nigger - A black person that does their best to please white people even if it means disowning their own racial identity.
That's why it's fine for the Reverend Wright's of the world to prosper in the realm of race baiting, and even for such a race baiter to be the most important ally Barack Obama had in his 20 year preparation to run for president. Obama is Black, therefor he is allowed, just as it is okay for Sharpton and Jackson, et al, to run their race extortion enterprises.