Nowhere is the left's strategy of splitting Americans along racial lines more apparent than Obama's incendiary rhetoric. Regularly weighing in on the side of radicals who don't speak for their community, the president lends credibility to them and insinuates that anyone who opposes is misguided at best and racist at worst.
Weaver, however, recognizes the game Obama is playing, and is not afraid to call him out:
“'His job is to divide by differences and manage our differences,' he says. ‘He has done nothing but drive us apart. [He] hates America.' Weaver then adds, ‘It doesn’t matter what color the pimp, the drug dealer, the con artist is.'
In this 31-minute video interview, Weaver explains that God helped him realize that ‘anger was much heavier than a ton and a half of steel,' which altered his physical and emotional life in 1971.
‘What would happen in black America if we forgave, real or imagined, the wrongs that we have?' he asks.
‘As a Swahili-speaking, black history-studying, militant, Black Panther-hanging out man. As a black man, wearing my dashiki and my black beret,' he notes. ‘What would happen is healing, progress and success with family reunification.'
Since he left liberalism and became so vocal, Weaver has been called all the epithets that black conservatives incur. Weaver explains why black conservatives are so maligned and hated by those he says are ‘running today’s plantations' with destructive liberal policies. Liberalism, he says, ‘destroys people, like a drug dealer, a pimp who manages you and wants to keep you down. Liberalism is slavery, always has been and always will be.'
As for how to change other people’s minds, he warns, ‘some have a vested interest in staying stupid.' Those who won’t hear or listen ‘have the right to be stupid.'”
Source: Daily Caller