J. Christian Adams’ ‘Injustice’ Exposes Justice Department’s Racism

Clear-thinking citizens shocked by the Obama administration’s unwillingness to prosecute members of the New Black Panther Party for voter intimidation only know part of a much bigger story.

Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department by J. Christian Adams paints the full picture behind the case along with fleshing out the legal atmosphere in which unequal treatment is the norm.

Adams, a former attorney for the Voting Rights Section of the Department of Justice, tracks the Black Panther case and the department radicals who made it, and so many more offenses, possible.

“The end result when racial extremists dominate such a powerful division of federal law enforcement is, in a word, lawlessness,” he writes.

Attorney General Eric Holder may be the biggest player here, a man steeped in racial grievances that help explain both his actions and those of the subordinates.  For Holder and company, it’s too often “payback time” for past racial sins.

That the modern-day civil rights movement is part of this effort makes it all the sadder, because the movement worked tirelessly for years in search of true equality.

Mississippi’s Noxubee County is the flash point for the extremists’ cause, highlighted by election mischief-maker Ike Brown.  The charismatic Brown “unleashed a toxic mix of raw political power and racial anger in an effort to switch the positions of historic oppressor and the historically oppressed,” he writes.

Any one of Brown’s voting shenanigans should have gotten him relieved of his election duties, from tampering with absentee ballots to outright voter intimidation.  Yet Brown continued to ply his devious trade for years with the support of the local Democratic system.  Even when he was finally hauled before the courts, the local branch of the NAACP held a “pre-victory celebration” on his behalf.

Adams argues that Brown isn’t an isolated lawbreaker.  Instead, he represents the “face” of the modern civil rights industry, dedicated to empowering racial interest groups without concern for who gets trampled in the process.

Obama did his part to devalue the Justice Department’s impartiality by hiring a crush of radical lawyers and staffers.  Predictably, the same press that excoriated the Bush administration for partisan hires within the division fell silent when Obama amped up the ideological hirings.

And when the press and other outlets try to squeeze crucial information from the department, it treats their Freedom of Information Act submissions in unequal terms.

Requests by right-of-center outlets generally take four to six months for a response, if any is forthcoming.  But when a liberal outlet like NPR or a member of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund poses a request, it’s honored in a matter of days, if not the very same day.

This is all before Injustice gets to the 2008 Black Panther Party case, in which two party members at a polling center brandished nightsticks and yelled at nearby whites that they would soon be ruled by a black man.

The new Black Panther Party isn’t the same as the one that came of age in the 1960s.  That group often worked with whites, albeit with socialistic goals in mind.  The new version is anti-white, anti-Semitic and full of rage.

The Justice Department branch that monitors federal elections, in the form of key employee Craig Donsanto, initially tried to squelch a case made crystal clear courtesy of a widely seen YouTube video.

Thus began what Adams calls “a long campaign of political resistance to the Panther lawsuit that ultimately resulted in the dismissal of most of the case—after we had effectively won it.”

But the Panther case was the rare instance in which racially biased law enforcement got some media traction.  Adams details several other cases most news consumers likely never heard about that echoed the folly of the Panther case.  Why on Earth is the Justice Department getting involved in matters like “outreach to Muslims,” the right of boys to wear stiletto high heels in public schools and “environmental justice” in the first place?

The Black Panther case may be the highest-profile case of a Justice Department gone mad, but Obama himself seems oddly comfortable hanging in the hate group’s company.  On March 4, 2007, he spoke to a church congregation in Selma, Alabama, a town steeped in civil rights history.  Not only did Obama spin a few very tall tales to awkwardly insert himself into the civil rights narrative, he basked in the praise of a New Black Panther Party representative, Pastor Estella Shabazz.

If the Republican party manages to take back the White House next year, it cannot stand by while more “Injustices” continue.  Adams suggests a variety of possible cures, from disbanding the Civil Rights Division’s policy section to shuttering the Office of Professional Responsibility.

But Adams, perhaps more than anyone else, knows all of this won’t be easy.  It can be done, though.

“Although the civil rights industry is loud, and although its accusations receive a lot of attention in the media, the modern movement itself is thinly populated and totally isolated from mainstream America,” he writes.

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  • lind12se

    why does obama and his regime get away with breaking the law and telling lies? The office of the President should be held to higher standards than those he is exhibiting. He turns his head the other way to corruption and sometimes is involved in it himself. I am disallusioned and feeling like i did when i found out there is no Santa Claus……..

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bobby-Hawk/100000240832380 Bobby Hawk

    Well if the entire government all believe in the same doctrine, then who would you rely upon to observe that something is wrong?   That is the issue here as well as the root cause.  Since most politicians are either Lawyers or Political Science majors, they are all well educated in the Stoic doctrine of philos sophos (philosophy).  This doctrine replaces what ever doctrine they learned as a child (Christian doctrine, Jewish doctrine etc).  If the majority of the politicians believe in Stoic -Sophist doctrine then they would not construe Mr Obama’s nor Mr Holders actions as incorrect.  This is the point that is so obvious that everyone misses. The majority of politicians believe in the same doctrine (Stoic – Sophism). The democratic party has far more Zealots than the republican party but their beliefs share the same foundation.  Look at Romney and Obama, Romney is simply a lite version of Obama… Why?  Because Mr Romney is a liberal believer in Stoic Sophist doctrine 

  • BostonMary

    Pray tell, what is the U.S. Department of Justice under our racist, grievance-mongering, Attorney General Eric Holder doing about “Slavery Reparations”?

  • TetVet

    Nothing at all surprising about this. Anyone who’s worked in government or corporate America has seen dozens of similar, albeit perhaps somewhat less egregious, examples of “reparations” in progress.
     
    Those who are old might remember the debates about the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Among other objections, the opponents claimed that things like this–and “affirmative action,” generally–would be the end result. The objectors were hooted down as redneck krypto-clansmen. To this day, schools brainwash kids to believe that the CRA ’64 was The Greatest Legislative Enactment since the Magna Carta, perhaps since the revelatioin of the Ten Commandments.
     
    Those who object to the homosexual “rights” agenda are similarly hooted down. Withinn a generation the DoJ will be packed with angry people demanding similar “reparations.”
     
    I wonder which group the Black Panthers will attack when they run out of Anglo-Christian victims?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NTUR2HUUVARKESM46K47ATWUWU John

     
     
    I don’t know why anyone would be shocked by Barack Obama’s, via Eric Holder, et al, ideological bent. Although the media virtually ignored (and still do), but everyone knew anyway, Obama’s past and current and past close associations with the likes of America-haters Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayers, Louie Farahkhan, and Estella Shabazz, he was elected anyway! What were people thinking, or expecting?

    I am not comparing Obama to Hitler, but the similarities in their rise to power, by endearing themselves to the citizens via inflamatory rhetoric and false promises, cannot be denied. And, while Hitler simply slaughtered and/or imprisoned, starved and/or worked his political enemies to death, along with certain elements of the German and other European cutucenry, including not only the Jews, which he used as scapegoats for every ill known to man, but homosexuals, the mentally ill, people with less-than-ideal Aryan features, and other such “misfits,” as well.

    Obama and his minions are establishing ideoligical policies that have virtually the same effect. That is, to defeat or marginalize all of their political “enemies,” and to gain and retain power for themselves and their ideological ilk, by totally transforming America economically, politically, and socially. While he is half white, Obama clearly favors his black heritage, if not at the same time downright hating the white race, especially the American variety. Eric Holder may be the puppet, but Obama definitely pulls the strings.

    America had better wake up! NOW!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NTUR2HUUVARKESM46K47ATWUWU John

     
    I don’t know why anyone would be shocked by Barack Obama’s, via Eric Holder, et al, ideological bent. Although the media virtually ignored (and still do), but everyone knew anyway, Obama’s past and current anpast close associations with the likes of America-haters Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayers, Louie Farahkhan, and Estella Shabazz, he was elected anyway! What were people thinking, or expecting?

    I am not comparing Obama to Hitler, but the similarities in their rise to power, by endearing themselves to the citizens via inflamatory rhetoric and false promises, cannot be denied. And, while Hitler simply slaughtered and/or imprisoned, starved and/or worked his political enemies to death, along with certain elements of the German and other European citizenry, including not only the Jews, which he used as scapegoats for every ill known to man, but homosexuals, the mentally ill, people with less-than-ideal Aryan features, and other such “misfits,” as well.

    Obama and his minions are establishing ideoligical policies that have virtually the same effect. That is, to defeat or marginalize all of their political “enemies,” and to gain and retain power for themselves and their ideological ilk, by totally transforming America economically, politically, and socially. While he is half white, Obamclearly favors his black heritage, if not at the same time downright hating the white race, especially the American variety. Eric Holder may be the puppet, but Obama definitely pulls the strings.

    America had better wake up! And NOW!!

  • jamesw62

    Amazon is offering the book and it already has like 15 or so reviews. Everyone of them says this book is a must read to understand Holder and his racist BS. One of the people leaving a comment was a black woman from south carolina who basically said she was disturbed at what the book said

  • CBrese

    Well YOU use small words, but hopefully you ARE “proudtobeagainsobama”….

  • Margie Steele

    Why don’t you guys get the white people who were intimidated to go on Fox and tell their story about how hard it was to vote with a big bad BLACK Panther scaring the poo out of them. They could be the next Icon for the republican normal person, just hard working living in a poor neighborhood where blacks live and then have to be put up with this kink of junk

  • flunkingdale

    Better yet, why doesn’t Holder just allow uniformed Klansmen carrying billy clubs to hang around the entrance to the voting place somewhere in the South?