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Racist NAACP leader says “Kenneth Gladney not black enough” to protect – He’s an “Uncle Tom” (Video)

On May 5th, 2010 The Missouri NAACP hosted a press conference and rally on behalf of Perry Molens and Elston McCowan, demanding the county prosecutor drop assault charges stemming from an attack outside Russ Carnahan’s townhall in South St. Louis County on Health Care last August. Molens and McCowan were arrested after the staged Carnahan event in August after they beat, kicked and stomped on black vendor Kenneth Gladney. The two Russ Carnahan supporters and SEIU members also called Kenneth the n-word as they bashed him into the cement.

This press conference in May was intended to drum up political pressure to prevent the jury trial of the two SEIU staff members arrested for attacking Kenneth Gladney in the presence of three witnesses.

via http://gatewaypundit.firstthings.com/2010/07/caught-on-tape-racist-naacp-leader-says-kenneth-gladney-not-black-enough-to-protect-hes-an-uncle-tom-video/

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  • wf922

    Sadly its this mentality that brought about the death of hundreds of thousands in Rwanda, this type of tribal mentality, your not one of my kind. I thought we were all Americans I guess not to the NAACP and its SEIU supporters, seems to me we have a racial problem in America: Blacks are the true racist, I know I come from the inner city, growing up in the ghetto I can tell you I have never heard more racially charged language than that of the black community. The sooner the rest of America figures this out the sooner we can start to address this problem.

  • jonavark

    NAACP has transcended its agenda. It’s over. They’re just a racist political machine now and should be treated as such. Not Black enough my ass. SO what is “Black” ?

  • redstater

    Well, I guess it’s official now: Black isn’t a skin color or race, it’s a political ideology. Got it.

    • bluechevy

      You’re just now figuring that out? This is awful.