Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The lowly nature of white women (Part 5)...The mean-spiritedness of Hillary Clinton...

Hillary Diane Clinton was born Hillary Diane Rodham on October 26th, 1947 in Chicago, Illinois. She was raised in Park Ridge, IL, a picturesque suburb fifteen miles outside of Chicago. She's the eldest daughter of Hugh Rodham, a prosperous fabric store owner, and Dorothy Emma Howell Rodham.

As a young woman, Hillary was active in young republican groups and campaigned for republican presidential nominee, Barry Goldwater. Sources close to Hillary at the time, say she was moved to join the democratic party after hearing a speech given by Martin Luther King jr. Now, when I first read this, it made a lot of sense. Here's why...

If Hillary is nothing else, she's an insightful opportunist. Her heart was, and is, really with the white fascists who call themselves 'republicans'. Now, understand, democrats (or 'dixie'-crats), are no better. They're just more discreet about their true feelings towards Black/Indigenous people. And for anyone wondering why I don't include how democrats/republicans really feel about lations, asians and american indians, it's 'cause I truly don't give a damn about what happens to them...'cause they go out of their way to show, how they truly don't give a damn about us. Moving on...

Hillary's truly a republican at heart, but when she saw how much credibility she could gain by seeing the crowd MLK attracted, she switched affiliations and became a 'moderate' democrat. This way, she could also cloak her covert bigotry behind the guise of becoming a 'woman's rights activist'. And for those who don't know, good 'ole Gloria Steinham, the leader of the 'feminist' movement, was a CIA agent. So this should give you a hint as to what the agenda of white feminist was, and is.

Hillary attended Wellesley College, where she was active in student politics and was elected senior class president before graduating in 1969. She then attended Yale law school, where she met Bill Clinton. 

Now, we all know Hillary's husband Bill, was president from 1993-2001. And he supposedly was a great friend to the Black Diaspora; comedian Chris Tucker actually told Bill he was the 'first Black president' at an awards show. In Arkansas, our people put Bill Clinton in their 'Black Hall of Fame', which is just asinine. 

Seems like we all forgot about pieces of legislation like the 'Omnibus Crime Bill' spearheaded by Joe Biden and Billy Clinton. Which cost taxpayers $30 billion and funded the growth of america's prisons exponentially. And this legislation still effects our justice (or injustice) system today, with measures like: an expansion of federal crimes the death penalty can be applied to (from two to fifty-eight), the 'three strikes' proposal for anyone convicted of three violent felonies, the allowance of juveniles as young as thirteen to be tried as adults, the creation of 'special courts' that can deport people who allegedly participated in 'terrorist activity', etc. 

And for anyone who says, well, Black people just shouldn't commit so many crimes, check out these stats: 60% of violent crimes are committed by white people, but they represent only 23% of violent crime arrests; and Black people represent 14% of overall drug use, but represent 74% of illegal drug arrests. So, when it comes to overall arrests for criminal behavior in Black communities, there's not a double-standard, there's a triple standard. 

Now, what I really want to talk about is Hillary's 2008 run for the american presidency. Anyone thinking that the Clinton's, or Hillary at least, was or is, a friend to Black people, found out who she really was during this run. Firstly, the most dastardly part of her campaign run against Obama, involved her making several statements implying how he should be assassinated.

There was one instance during her 2008 run, on a televised interview, where she quoted: "My husband did not wrap up the nomination in 1992 until he won the California primary somewhere in the middle of June, right? We all know Bobby Kennedy was assassinated in June in California." Now, this was a not-so-subtle call to arms, for white supremacist militias to kill Obama. 

There was also another moment when Hillary showed her true colors, pun intended. And this came after she was asked about Obama posing any real competition to her campaign--to this she replied: "Obama may not be standing...(to campaign against me)" 

Another instance of this, was Hillary's first trip to Africa as the american 'Secretary of State' in 2009. Once again, she let her true self peek through, to Black people no less...ya' know, the group the Clinton's are suppose to like so much. Ms. thing was in Kinshasa, Africa for a press conference, and when someone asked her about what Bill thought about a multi-billion dollar loan to the Congo from China, Ms. Hillary said: "I'm the secretary of state, not my husband." She went on to say: "If you want my opinion, I will tell you my opinion. I am not going to be channeling my husband." And she was obviously pissed when she said this. 

Black feminists take notice!

If you think Hillary's victory is one for you, you've got another thing coming! Moreover, you'd think being that this was her first trip to Africa, she'd want to make at least a decent first impression. But you could tell in her body language and her countenance when she made this statement, that she preferred not to be there at all. And this is how she really feels about us, whether we're in Africa or america. 

Now, the reason I'm writing this post is, the next presidential election is coming up in 2016. And more than likely, the next president WILL NOT BE A BLACK PERSON. Now, I could be wrong, but I don't think I am. And whoever this person is, man or woman, what they're gonna' say to the Black Diaspora especially is, you already had you're guy; if he didn't help you, don't expect a damn thing from me. And...whatever you got under him, I'm taking it ALL back! 

Now, if you're old enough to remember the Reagan eighties, ya' know...aids, crack and 'Reaganomics'; and how much blight that caused in our communities...I'm here to tell ya', we're about to see 'Reaganomics 2.0'!

And you better hope and pray that the next president is not a spanish or asian person, 'cause truth be told, these people hate us possibly more than whites do. 

So I've said all that to say this, it's imperative that the Black Diaspora do everything we can to recondition ourselves out of our self-hatred; cause we're gonna' need each other more than ever, in the coming decade. 

With that said, here's the real question: is the Black Diaspora too far gone to rid ourselves of the self-hatred that's been bred into us? Are we doomed to fail at healing the rift between Black men and women, and ultimately saving the Black 'nuclear' family? Do we even want to acknowledge what white supremacists have done to us individually and collectively?

Only time will tell fam! Unfortunately, that's something we're quickly running out let's get to work!

Ma'at Hotep!

MontUHURU Mimia


Here's the video of Hillary Clinton making the statement: "I'm the secretary of state, not my husband..." in Africa. Again, Black feminists, don't be fooled by what you think a Hillary Clinton win will mean for you...'cause she's already showed you what she thinks about us. 


If you'd like to see parts one, two, three and four of this series, you can do that here: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 


  1. I too noticed her subtle notion to an Obama assassination in 2008.
    I thought it was despicable, but it revealed her true nature for me.

    1. Mandika...

      Barack Obama's true legacy, especially in terms of Black people, will be in his symbolism of how far our diaspora has come.

      And I know people will say this does nothing for us, but symbols are important...just ask white supremacist freemasons!
      Now, with that said, this is ALL Obama can offer us, because if he was really down for his people, they would've killed him a long time ago.

      I wrote this post because so many of us think Hillary might be someone who would empathize with our diaspora against a 'republican' opponent in the next election. Especially Black women who fancy themselves feminists. So, I wanted to forewarn the diaspora about what a low-life Hillary is, and how she really feels about us.

      When Obama won the presidential nomination for the democrats, Hillary didn't even call Obama to congratulate him.

      This women is a real snake.

      So I'm hoping this will make at least one or two of our people reconsider voting for this woman; and if there's not another candidate that's better for our people, then we shouldn't vote, PERIOD.

      What we should concentrate on more, are local elections that produce more tangible results for our communities.

      We've gotta' become more savvy as a community and as a people. Or else!

      Thanks for commenting!

  2. Hey I think you are right about concentrating on local elections, because it seems that local politicians have a lot more to lose than, presidents or prime ministers of countries etc. I am a Canadian black woman and I notice that in my neighbourhood which is primarily native Canadian indian. Filipino and the politicians who are generally white work hard to
    appease their constituents especially the Filipinos who are very united as a culture which has also improved their economic clout. The city I Iive in has few black people.

    Forward thinking Black Woman

    1. 'FTBF'...

      Local elections have a more direct and immediate impact on an ethnic group living in a politician's jurisdiction. So this is how we could see more tangible changes in our communities.

      Now, before Black communities even think about doing this, again, we need to rid ourselves of the self-hatred white fascists have bred into us. Then, we can make any and every change we need to for our benefit.

      One question I'd like to ask you: have you been to america for any length of time, and is the air of tension between ethnic groups indeed better in canada?

      Again, thanks for commenting!