Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Rosa Parks, entitlement queen

Moonbats are weeping crocodile tears over the death of Rosa Parks, a flagrant lawbreaker whose illegal action on December 1, 1955 sparked the communist-backed "civil rights movement" and the eventual Civil Rights Act, denounced by prominent, decent US citizens like Robert Bork and David Duke.

Parks was a classic case: her sense of entitlement (to a seat on a bus, when the law clearly dictated otherwise) was seized upon by organizations with an axe to grind: the NAACP, for example, for whom she worked, was only too happy to have her volunteer to break the law. They stood, and continue to stand, for the repulsive, leftist concept of “racial equality” (thank God The Bell Curve has put the boots to that communist-inspired nonsense), and it is obvious that confronting the enlightened separate but equal policies of the state of Alabama, amusingly called Jim Crow, called for unwitting pawns who were unaware of the NAACP’s true agenda--racial equality.

Here are the ugly facts about the communist-supported Rosa Parks:

Parks' personal history has been lost in the retelling. Prior to her arrest, Mrs. Parks had a firm and quiet strength to change things that were unjust. She served as secretary of the NAACP and later Adviser to the NAACP Youth Council, and tried to register to vote on several occasions when it was still nearly impossible to do so. She had run-ins with bus drivers and was evicted from buses. Parks recalls the humiliation: "I didn't want to pay my fare and then go around the back door, because many times, even if you did that, you might not get on the bus at all. They'd probably shut the door, drive off, and leave you standing there."

Anyone can see through this. It was obvious that Parks had decided to work for the NAACP just for the money, or maybe even as a communist infiltrator, and that their Kremlin paymasters enlisted her to be the poster girl for Negro Black “integration” that later, inevitably, led to affirmative action, the erosion of the US Constitution, and the widespread entitlement mentality that caused the levees to break in New Orleans.

I am pleased that even Canadian commentators like Richard Evans have seen through the propaganda and cut, in record time, to the truth: this uppity lady wasn’t uppity after all--she was put up to her defiance of the law by even more sinister* folks for whom uppitiness was their only credo and constant goal.

Like Tommy Douglas, Rosa Parks isn’t dead enough.


*It is reassuring to note that the educational standards at Ole Miss have been maintained even after the James Meredith debacle. Note the spelling of the URL.

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