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The following is my conversation with the Racists Billy Roper. This conversation started from my disagreement with the NAACP in their effort to label various Racists individuals as Tea Party “Leaders.” Billy Roper, head of the Arkansas based White Revolution, responded to my tweet. This is that strange conversation…
From me on 10/20/2010 - NAACP in regards 2 Extremists in the Tea Party. we have a problem when the majority of the TP stand silent & doesn't condemn that behavior.
From me on 10/20/2010 - Would the NAACP release the same statement about moderate Muslims.
From me on 10/20/2010 - The NAACP is rt. Moderates must always stand up 2 extremists. But the 6 individuals the NACCP lists as Tea Party extremists R not TP leaders
I feel that these are very valid questions. I have not heard or seen (I even Googled it) the NAACP discuss the need for moderate Muslims to stand up against the radicals in their religion. The Tea Party did stand up to these crazy racists, but only after pressure from various groups including the NAACP. To be fair, I do give credit to the NAACP. Racists and the groups that support them must be exposed, but I think it is more likely that Tea Party was not aware of or chose to ignore these individuals. Probably, they thought that if they exposed them that the media would try to cast the shadow of racism from these individuals over the entire party. That and the party is and was very decentralized with no single leader or actually any real leader at all.
From me on 10/20/2010 - Have you heard of Billy Roper and Karen Pack. Are they really "leaders" in the movement if we have never heard of them?
I had never head of this idiot until I read the NAACP report. They were never leaders in the movement.
From Billy Roper on 10/20/2010 - @RightofCenterAm http://whiterevolution.com/?p=2206 NAACP Attacks Candidate Roper
I was very surprised that he would respond to my tweet. After Googling him and his organization, I was disgusted by him and angry at the NAACP for linking him to the Tea Party. It proves how partisan and unfair the NAACP has become since the 1970s.
From me on 10/20/2010 - everyone shoud stand up to racists RT @RoperBilly: @RightofCenterAm http://tinyurl.com/2cyz6ukNAACP Attacks Candidate Roper
Billy Roper on 10/26/2010 - @RightofCenterAm Is Jim Keet a racist since he is an advisory board member of the racist United Negro College Fund?
I had to do a quick search for Jim Keet. I did not find anything to suggest that he is a racists or even an extremist. One does not have to read too deep into Roper’s Tweet to see where is trying to go. The United Negro college fund is a private organization that has been set-up to help a group of Americans that are and have historically been disadvantaged. This disadvantage has come from many factors including our history of slavery and racism that has created an economical and educational cycle of destitute.
Jim Keet is not quite the same as someone who sees superiority in the color of one’s skin.
From me on 10/26/2010 - @RoperBilly what? No! 140 characters is not enuf to explain how crazy you are. A private org that funds less fortunate is a good thing.
Billy Roper on 10/26/2010 - @RightofCenterAm So you'd have no problem with a United White People's College Fund, to be fair?
From me on 10/26/2010 - @RoperBilly if whites had a graduation rate 20% lower than blacks. No different than college funds for poor, disabled, or smart young adults
Billy roper can start a United White People’s College Fund if he wants. The problem is, I suspect that he would be able to raise about $15 per year and the only applicants for college scholarships wouldn’t be accepted into college.
From me on 10/26/2010 - @RoperBilly poor education is a soft bigotry that must be corrected. Education is the key to ensuring America's greatness.
Billy Roper on 10/27/2010 - @RightofCenterAm You cannot correct inequality of genetics through education. Can you educate a poodle to be a pit bull, or vice-versa?
A lack of education and ignorance breed racists. A lack of understanding what you have learned breeds ignorance. If we all come from Africa and the Middle East, how can lighter skinned individuals be superior to darker skinned individuals?
From me on 10/27/2010 - @RoperBilly you really are a worthless individual and contribute nothing of value for society.
I was just disgusted with this guy.
Billy Roper on 10/27/2010 - @RightofCenterAm My views on race are the same as Thomas Jefferson's.
So, after more than 200 years, you have not evolved or learned anything? As a political philosopher, Thomas Jefferson was brilliant. That does not make him an expert on anything else.
Billy Roper on 10/27/2010 - @RightofCenterAm But at least I'm not an anonymous liberal with a purposeful misnomer and an ignorance of history and genetics, eh?
From me on 10/27/2010 - @RoperBilly I'm now liberal because I'm not racist?By your lack of logic, 99.999999% of Americans who vote for GOP are liberal.Ur an idiot.
From me on 10/27/2010 - @RoperBilly I'm always willing to listen to opposing arguments in pursuit of knowledge but In this issue I am sure that I am 100% correct.
Billy Roper on 10/27/2010 - @RightofCenterAm By our founding fathers standards, you are the one who is undeducated or embarrassingly naive. Weze all beze equalZ, eh?
Racists can always find an obscure, out-of-context quote that supports their view. America’s founding Fathers were brilliant political philosophers, but they didn’t know what wasn’t known.
Billy Roper on 10/27/2010 - @RightofCenterAm So you disagree with Thomas Jefferson on the issue? And Abraham Lincoln? And forensic anthropology? And human history?
From me on 10/27/2010 - @RoperBilly yes. I certainly disagree with human history. Science is absolute that no race is superior to another race.
I am not sure why Roper believes that because forensic anthropology can determine one’s superiority. Early human history would actually discount Roper’s argument.
Billy Roper on 10/27/2010 - @RightofCenterAm No scientific IQ tests have ever resulted in an equal end result for the races. Nor have they contributed equally.
Billy Roper on 10/27/2010 - @RightofCenterAm Superiority aside, like Jefferson and Lincoln I believe that the races should be separate physically and politically.
From me on 10/27/2010 - @RoperBilly Im not familiar w/what you refer too, but IF you have statement suggesting as much, it was probably due to political feasibility
From me on 10/28/2010 - @RoperBilly I am pretty sure I could find a quote from anyone and take it out on context to make it mean whatever I want.
From me on 10/28/2010 - @RoperBilly many views throughout history have been wrong. Views on race, gender, religion, etc. Red hair was enough to make a witch.
From me on 10/28/2010 - @RoperBilly taking a quote about separate but equal when this country was fighting to end slavery does not support your crazy views.
Billy Roper on 10/28/2010 - @RightofCenterAm You're not familar with Jefferson and Lincoln's views on race relations? That is the epitome of ignorance.
Billy Roper on 10/28/2010 - @RightofCenterAm Do some research, and read the full quote of Jefferson's which was edited for his memorial. Not very well educated, are ya?
Panel One:"We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, that to secure these rights governments are instituted among men. We . . . solemnly publish and declare, that these colonies are and of right ought to be free and independent states. . . And for the support of this declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine providence, we mutually pledge our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor."
Panel Two:"Almighty God hath created the mind free. All attempts to influence it by temporal punishments or burthens . . . are a departure from the plan of the Holy Author of our religion . . . No man shall be compelled to frequent or support any religious worship or ministry or shall otherwise suffer on account of his religious opinions or belief, but all men shall be free to profess and by argument to maintain, their opinions in matters of religion. I know but one code of morality for men whether acting singly or collectively."
Panel Three:"God who gave us life gave us liberty. Can the liberties of a nation be secure when we have removed a conviction that these liberties are the gift of God? Indeed I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just, that his justice cannot sleep forever. Commerce between master and slave is despotism. Nothing is more certainly written in the book of fate than that these people are to be free. Establish a law for educating the common people. This it is the business of the state and on a general plan."
Panel Four:"I am not an advocate for frequent changes in laws and constitutions, but laws and institutions must go hand in hand with the progress of the human mind. As that becomes more developed, more enlightened, as new discoveries are made, new truths discovered and manners and opinions change, with the change of circumstances, institutions must advance also to keep pace with the times. We might as well require a man to wear still the coat which fitted him when a boy as civilized society to remain ever under the regimen of their barbarous ancestors."
From me on 10/28/2010 - @RoperBilly even the founding fathers are wrong about somethings. I am not a sheep, I make my own decisions. You are looking for sheep.
Billy Roper on 10/29/2010 - @RightofCenterAm Not looking for sheep, but wolves who don't roll over and pee themselves at the thought of not being politically correct.
From me on 10/29/2010 - Not politically correct, I'm just right. What happened to U to make U scared of an entire race of people? stereotyping=stupidity
Billy Roper on 10/31/2010 - @RightofCenterAm Maybe what bothers me are the demographic projections that the people who built America will be a minority in it by 2050.
And this is their real fear, isn’t it? That America is no longer going to be predominately white. I actually look forward to everybody being a Heinz 57. Race will be one less thing that we have to worry about.
Billy Roper on 11/1/2010 - @RightofCenterAm Culture is a creation of and a product of race, which is why multiculturalism is synonymous with multiracialism.
From me on 11/1/2010 - @RoperBilly I wouldn't worry about it. In 10 more generations, everyone will be the same color. Hienz 57. The American culture will live on.
Billy Roper on 11/1/2010 - @RightofCenterAm They would roll over in their graves if they saw what America has become, something they never intended.
From me on 11/1/2010 - @RoperBilly The founding fathers died 200 years ago. Their legacy lives on through the American people...of all races, religions and genders
From me on 11/1/2010 - @RoperBilly the most powerful, most enlightened, most innovative, most prosperous, most productive country on the planet. Ur logic is flawed
After this “conversation” with Billy roper, I am even more disgusted with the NAACP suggesting that he is a leader in the Tea Party. He might claim to be a Tea Party member, and may believe in their central, core value of a smaller federal government. That does not mean the Tea Party agrees with Billy Roper any more than Progressives agree with the anarchists who are members of the Progressive Party.
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