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Old 10-01-2005, 06:36 AM
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Many of you may have already read about this faux pas committed by ex-Secretary of Education William Bennett on his daily radio show. I would also remind you that this is the same person who published a moral tome for children entitled "The Book of Virtues", just before he revealed a severe gambling addiction problem that put him several hundred K in arrears to the Vegas mob. I point all of this out just to reinforce the point of what a convoluted and conflicting set of values and mores that Illuminati operatives exude:

Abort Black Babies and Cut Crime Says Bennett

[quote]Abort all black babies and cut crime, says Republican
Dan Glaister in Los Angeles
Saturday October 1, 2005
The Guardian

George Bush has distanced himself from comments made by a leading Republican crusader on moral values who declared that one way to reduce the crime rate in the US would be to "abort black babies".

Speaking on his daily radio show, William Bennett, education secretary under Ronald Reagan and drugs czar under the first George Bush, said: "If you wanted to reduce crime, you could, if that were your sole purpose; you could abort every black baby in this country, and your crime rate would go down."

Abort all black babies and cut crime, says Republican

Dan Glaister in Los Angeles
Saturday October 1, 2005
The Guardian

George Bush has distanced himself from comments made by a leading Republican crusader on moral values who declared that one way to reduce the crime rate in the US would be to "abort black babies".

Speaking on his daily radio show, William Bennett, education secretary under Ronald Reagan and drugs czar under the first George Bush, said: "If you wanted to reduce crime, you could, if that were your sole purpose; you could abort every black baby in this country, and your crime rate would go down."

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He went on to qualify his comments, which were made in response to a hypothesis that linked the falling crime rate to a rising abortion rate. Aborting black babies, he continued, would be "an impossible, ridiculous and morally reprehensible thing to do, but your crime rate would go down".

The comments brought condemnation from all sides. The White House press secretary, Scott McClellan, said: "The president believes the comments were not appropriate."

Democrats called for Mr Bennett to withdraw his comments, and for his radio show to be dropped. "Republicans, Democrats and all Americans of goodwill should denounce this statement, should distance themselves from Mr Bennett," said Jesse Jackson. "And the private sector should not support Mr Bennett's radio show or his comments on the air."

Mr Bennett subsequently defended his words, saying that it should not be taboo to talk about race and crime. "There was a lot of discussion about race and crime in New Orleans," he told ABC news. "There was discussion - a lot of it wrong - but nevertheless, media jumping on stories about looting and shooting, and roving gangs and so on.

"There's no question this is on our minds," he added. "What I do on our show is talk about things that people are thinking ... we don't hesitate to talk about things that are touchy. I'm sorry if people are hurt, I really am. But we can't say this is an area of American life [and] public policy that we're not allowed to talk about - race and crime."

Mr Bennett served as chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities under Reagan from 1981-85, and as secretary of education from 1985-88. He became "drug czar" under the first President Bush in 1989.

Since leaving government in 1990, Mr Bennett has built a career as an author and public figure promoting conservative values. He has written or co-authored a string of highly successful books including five on virtues and faith for children and young people.

But his image was tainted by revelations two years ago that he had a multi-million dollar gambling habit, spending hours in casinos in Las Vegas. Reports at the time estimated that he had lost $8m (£4.5m) in 10 years. He responded that he had won more than he had lost.His most recent books include, The Death of Outrage: Bill Clinton and the Assault on American Ideals; and Why We Fight: Moral Clarity and the War on Terrorism.

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Old 10-01-2005, 08:43 AM
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What about all the white collar crime which

is almost exclusively committed by whites ?

No race has a monopoly on crimes.
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Old 10-01-2005, 09:04 AM
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What about all the white collar crime which

is almost exclusively committed by whites ?
Good point, nomad.
Not only that, but all of these conservatives who want to point out the high crime rates indigenous to Black America also blatantly ignore the underlying causes such as drugs and gang warfare and who instigated these changes within the black communities -- namely the shadow government that finances its black ops through the revenues generated from drug sales and other inner city vice; and controlled by Bush I and other white collar criminals who served in and supported the same administrations as Bennett himself.
If as Bennett claiims "...we don't hestitate to talk about things that are touchy", then why not touch all of the levels of the things we are discussing? :-x
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Old 10-01-2005, 09:54 AM
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I agree with your views NOMAD and FREEMAN but what of personal responsability?

No one shoves the coke and crack into their hands and says sell it. No one tells them to sell out for cash to make music video's extolling the virtues of "Bling Bling Gangsta Rap"..."bust a cap in your ass nigga"..."hey bitch i gunna tap your fine ass mutha fucka".

Get out the DVD "Biggie And Tupac" and tell me if you still harbour the same views on the "poor hard done by blacks in da ghetto".

They could at least take a leaf out of Pablo Escobar's book and pour the profits back into their communities but they cant even do that they're so stupid and ridiculously shallow and superficial. So over the top pathetically singing of their love for "dere babies" and how they love "dere mamma's" while destroying their communities with their shit.

They make me sick*.
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*The author advises he may just be tired and projecting hatred at black people becoz he cannot dance. He also advises that he hates rap/hip hop music with a divine passion so intense he once through a stapler at the telly putting a crack in it when MC Hammer came on one time to many in the late 80's.

He does however like Eminim...coz he takes "da piss outta imself" using doggie puppets.

P.S..this Bennett guy sounds like a complete whacko or an obvious stooge. Even if you truly believed it, why would you say it in public?
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Old 10-01-2005, 10:11 AM
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TB we have to consider that the NWO likes to

pin people to a corner and then give them

damaging options ... ie ... many areas of the US

have been purposely targeted for massive

unemployement in order to give the youth a

false "free will" choice of joining the Army in

order to get ahead ... Bill Bennett made a choice

of giving millions up to gambling houses instead

of helping thousands of people with the same

money and he considers himself sinless since he

can afford to gamble in the millions ... my point

is that no one race is to blame for the woes of

mankind ... we all have sinned and fallen short

of the glory of God.
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Old 10-01-2005, 11:25 AM
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I agree with your views NOMAD and FREEMAN but what of personal responsability?
I have this argument ongoing with Barbara as well.
Of course, personal repsonsibility factors in, but until you have really experienced and researched the unique phenomeonon known as the American ghetto, you cannot understand just how much a single group of people can be so subjugated and oppressed.
Here is a response I made on another thread describing what happened when one group of black people rallied to change the situation in their neighborhood and the result:

real poverty

I personally witnessed this situation, too.
Some black people do rise about the self-destructive culture of their communities, and for that they deserve double credit for fighting a war on two fronts -- both aginst the poverty in which they are trapped and against the elite-controlled system which resists any attempts at escape or change.
Every black leader who wised up and tried to throw off the chains of the white welfare state was eliminated and/or assassinated, including Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Stokely Carmichael and to a lesser degree even Louis Farrakhan.
The Tupac syndrome that you describe was, if you research it thoroughly, instigated with the same covert white elite banker money that financed the civil rights movement and every other destructive special interest group.
Just as we white folk were shamelessly duped by the Federal Reserve hoodwinking of 1913, so was a thriving albeit less profitable black subculture replaced with a dysfunctional, crime and vice-ridden welfare state under the sublte auspices of equal rights and affirmative action, as I believe we discussed in another thread.
I know for a fact that there are many black people who do agree with you and Barbara in principle -- just show them where and how to start to reclaim their neighborhoods. It's not as easy as it looks.
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