Skip to content

Uncle Tom Ben Carson Next Will Explain How Jews Misunderstood The Gas Chambers

March 7, 2017

When James told me what Ben Carson said about slaves I nearly dropped the groceries.  I was bringing them to the back door from the car and James was alerting me to the words from the current HUD Secretary.  It was shocking since I, unlike Carson, do understand history.  I should since I have been reading it for decades.

First up lets be clear about a most obvious fact.  Slaves, or those who “came here in the bottom of slave ships,” were not immigrants.   Not even close.

Immigrants are those who travel from one place to another place more or less by choice.  That travel may occur for a chance of a better life with better jobs, or to escape the ravages of war. How Carson could miss the point slaves were forced to come to America and had no choice in the matter is stunning.  To not have Carson concede in his meandering. half-baked monologue that slaves were severely abused is beyond belief.

But Uncle Tom Ben Carson did not stop there.

He continued by saying these were people who “worked for less”.  That is completely unprecedented!  GOOD LORD! Slaves worked because they were forced to, and a majority of slaves were treated worse than animals. It is beyond any level of understanding why Carson would ever choose a narrative about slavery to try and paint a positive picture for America.  Next up Carson will try to explain how Jews really misunderstood the gas chambers.

What Carson said about slaves is the most incredible pile of horse manure–and that is saying a lot as he is noted for being bat-crap crazy.  Which is exactly where this post is categorized.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. March 8, 2017 10:36 AM

    Raptor, here is the difference as I view it.

    Carson referred this week to the slaves themselves. If Obama had done the same he would be equally wrong. But Obama did not. Obama is referring to the freed descendants of slaves. In the sense that Obama speaks of them he does so as immigrants in the sense that African-Americans were never accepted fully into American society until the 1960s and even now in certain ways continue to fight for equality. Obama is referring in the comment you cite to “those of African heritage”, not the slaves themselves, but those who followed. Notice he stated immigrants faced “discrimination and poverty”, without mentioning slavery, and you and I both know that there is no doubt slavery would have been a far worse hardship than “discrimination and poverty”. That tells me from the cite you provided that he was not referring to slaves themselves.

    Thanks for commenting.

  2. Raptor permalink
    March 8, 2017 8:43 AM

    here is Obama quote from 2015
    “Certainly, it wasn’t easy for those of African heritage who had not come here voluntarily and yet in their own way were immigrants themselves. There was discrimination and hardship and poverty. But, like you, they no doubt found inspiration in all those who had come before them. And they were able to muster faith that, here in America, they might build a better life and give their children something more.”

    whats the difference?

  3. March 7, 2017 12:44 PM

    You are using a racial epithet to express your disagreement with Dr. Carson? I expected more from you, Deke.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: