Chicago Jews and their arrogant anti-Black posturing
If you don’t know from my past writings, I was born and raised in the City of Wind, Chicago! I keep up with all the happenings in Chicago being that I have family there and to me it is still my home away from home.
In recent months there has been a big brouhaha surrounding the anti-discrimination panel in Illinois. The anti-discrimination panel has its roots in a campaign promise by former Illinois Governor George Ryan and was established in 1999 as a means of combating discrimination, hate crimes and enforcing Illinois anti-discriminations laws under a 1979 statue. When George Ryan left office in 2003 and Blagojevich (Governor of Illinois) took over, the anti-discrimination panel set dormant until August of last year when Governor Blagojevich appointed twenty new members to the panel and one of those panel members he appointed is Claudette Marie Muhammad. Claudette is a member and an official in the Nation of Islam under the leadership of Minister Louis Farrakhan and here lays the problem for the anti-Black Jewish community in Chicago.
The anti-discrimination panel setup by the Governor apparently and to the surprise of no one had quite a number of folk from the Jewish community on it as does most so-called anti-racism and anti-discrimination panels around the nation. When Claudette was appointed to the panel in August, her name and all other panel members names were released to the media and to other panel members, it was accompanied with her membership in the NOI beside it. It was not a secret nor was it hidden that she was in the NOI. I will not give sister Claudette resume here but I will say sister has done extensive work in and around Chicago and she loves Black people, her appointment to this panel makes sense and she is more than qualified to be on this panel.
As of today five members of the Panel have quit because Claudette is on the panel they have taken the arrogant position that they can dictate what a Black person believes, who we should socialize with and what groups we can be affiliated with it. Of the five members that quit four of them are Jewish and their reasoning for quitting range from their superiority complex, to their belief that they can make a Black woman apologize to them for being in the NOI not to mentioned their arrogant demands that she condemn the words of Minister Farrakhan.
These so-called prominent members of the Jewish community who quit the commission had the backing of the Jewish Community Relations Council that represents 46 Chicago area Jewish groups and adopted a resolution “strongly endorsing” the decision of the quitters to quit.
This whole debacle in my estimation is a clear sign of Jewish arrogance and belief that they can arrogate the rights and ability of Black men and women to associate with whom we please, believe what ever it is we please and support whom we please. These Jewish folk that quit the commission and the Jewish Community of Relations Council have taken an anti-Black position and if anyone should be apologizing it should be them for believing they can control Black men and women and make us bow down when they make unreasonable demands.
As of today the Governor stands behind sister Claudette and I hope he continue to stand behind our sister, let those Jewish quitters stay home and personally I must say, they can go to hell.