Since Malcolm X coined the terms, 99% Field Negro and 1% House Negro to control the Field Negro almost six decades ago, many Afro-American leaders – from Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Rev. Jesse Jackson, Condoleezza Rice, Colin Powell, and Barack Obama to Keith Ellison have received the honor of being House Negro for serving the interests of their White Masters or the powerful Jewish Lobby.
Speaking at University of Michigan last month, Rev. Jesse Louis Jackson Sr. called president Barack Obama to issue a blanket pardon to Hillary Clinton before he leaves the White House. Jackson said that Obama should short-circuit president-elect Donald Trump’s campaign promised attempt to prosecute Hillary Clinton for use of a private e-mail server, but not on her part in the brutal murder of Libyan Leader Maummar Qaddafi.
I guess if the Organized Jewry can demands Barack Obama to pardon a convicted Jew millionaire Sholom Rubashkin – Rev. Jackson too has the right to call for the pardon for a fellow Christian war criminal.
Responding to Rev. Jesse Jackson’s appeal Glenn Ford, executive editor of the Black Agenda Report called Jesse Jackson a House Negro.
“Rev. Jackson displays loyalty only to himself and his patrons. In his eyes political prisoners like Mutulu Shakur, Leonard Peltier, Chelsea Manning or Rev. Edward Pinkney don’t deserve pardons, but Hillary Clinton does,” said Glenn Ford (watch video below).
Interestingly, in 2008 Rev. Jackson called Sen. Barack Obama a House Negro after the candidate Obama dumped Jackson as his political adviser under pressure from the ‘Democrats for Israel.
Jesse Jackson’s son former Congressman Rev. Jesse Jackson Jr. is much smarter than his father who called Benjamin Netanyahu, a terrorist and had wrongly predicted in 2008 that under Barack Obama presidency, United States would free itself from Israel and Jewish Lobby control. The young Jackson made aliyah to Israel, fully paid by AIPAC, in August 2011.
India-born American professor Vijay Prashad (Trinity College) had commented on Rep. Jesse Jackson’s visit to the Zionist entity as part of Israel’s Hasbara (window washing).
“The real task, Congressman Jackson tells AP, is that he wants to learn about Israel’s business and commercial sectors and about its latest tools and technology in its fight against terror. Rather than drink the ambrosia from Dan Senor and Saul Singer’s Start-Up Nation, Congressman Jackson might learn more about Israel’s economic myth from the protestors on the streets of Tel Aviv, and from commentators such as Yagil Weinberg, who points to the economy’s reliance upon private sector cartels which are integrated into the state sector. And to learn about this fight against terror, he might want to take a walk in Gaza City, or else to talk to the activists at the Palestine Center for Human Rights and B’Tselem. While he’s at it, Congressman Jackson might want to investigate the ongoing (and under-reported) airstrikes on Gaza. Israel’s most remarkable achievement has been to sell its failure to attain peace as a counter-terrorist success story,” wrote Vijay, Counter-Punch, August 9, 2011.