Cynthia McKinney… The Tripoli Trixie?

22 May

During the Vietnam War many dubbed Jane Fonda as Hanoi Jane for her visit to North Vietnam during the War.

Looks like we got our very own Tripoli Trixie in moonbat extraordinaire, ex-Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney. Not much different in reality than some of the moonbats on the right like Michelle Bachman or the Sno’ Ho’ – just without the benefit of a Faux News network to try and propagandize some credibility out of inane ramblings.

And while I agree with Cynthia’s assessment of the economic issues in this country – I think it is rather myopic to lay the gutting of the middle class in America, which started under Raygun solely at President Obama’s feet. Quite frankly, when you as the electorate can be fooled into believing that spots on a little blue dress are more important than your missing paycheck…

You deserve to get effed.

But Khadaffi is a scumbag. Tripoli Trixie has no business over there sucking up to that monster.

Former U.S. congresswoman McKinney speaks on state TV in Libya

A former U.S. congresswoman slammed U.S. policy on Libyan state TV late Saturday and stressed the “last thing we need to do is spend money on death, destruction and war.”
The station is fiercely loyal to Moammar Gadhafi and her interview was spliced with what appeared to be rallies in support of the embattled Libyan leader.
“I think that it’s very important that people understand what is happening here. And it’s important that people all over the world see the truth. And that is why I am here … to understand the truth,” former Rep. Cynthia McKinney said during a live interview.
She said she was invited to Libya by the “nongovernmental organization for fact-finding,” adding that she intends to bring more people to the country soon so that “they too can understand.”
NATO warplanes have been pounding military targets since March after the U.N. Security Council approved a resolution to protect civilians by any means necessary, as Gadhafi’s forces try to quash a nearly three-month revolt against the leader’s roughly 42 years of rule.
Gadhafi’s government has repeatedly urged the international community to send fact-finding teams to Libya to report what’s happening on the ground.
At one point during the interview, state TV cut to what it said were live airstrikes, hitting Gadhafi’s compound.
“Is that a bomb?” McKinney asked.
“I want to say categorically and very clearly that these policies of war … are not what the people of the United States stand for, and it’s not what African-Americans stand for,” she told state TV.
The former Georgia representative also slammed the economic policies of U.S. President Barack Obama and said the government of the United States no longer represents the interests of the American people.
“Under the economic policies of the Obama administration, those who have the least are losing the most. And those who have the most are getting even more,” she said. “The situation in the United States is becoming more dire for average ordinary Americans, and the last thing we need to do is to spend money on death, destruction and war.”
Separately, McKinney appeared on state-run Press TV this week in Iran. She was reported to be in Tehran attending the International Conference on Global Alliance Against Terrorism for a Just Peace.

Don’t worry Trixie – You won’t hear the bomb that gets you.


Posted by on May 22, 2011 in Giant Negros


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16 responses to “Cynthia McKinney… The Tripoli Trixie?

  1. Dwjazzlover

    May 22, 2011 at 12:17 PM

    Where does she live in her mind? Stupid, stupid, stupid…


  2. nader paul kucinich gravel mckinney baldwin

    May 23, 2011 at 12:47 AM

    both parties told us the no-fly zone would only last a few days
    … and only for civilian protection

    Don’t Stop Believin’


    • Constructive Feedback

      May 24, 2011 at 9:06 PM


      When you say BOTH PARTIES………why are you loathed to tell us WHO is the only man with the title of COMMANDER IN CHIEF that is the “Decider”?


      • btx3

        May 25, 2011 at 9:13 AM

        The “Decider” left office 2 years ago, Porch.


  3. nanakwame

    May 23, 2011 at 8:16 AM

    She ain’t all there poor baby


  4. brotherbrown

    May 24, 2011 at 1:24 AM

    I have a different view on this: She can’t get on TV anywhere else in the world and she’s really not harming anyone, so let her be. I know about protocol and all that, but there is no Goodman to bring home or policy to disrupt. Just treat her nice like Sister Ella, and let her have her say.


  5. Constructive Feedback

    May 24, 2011 at 9:09 PM

    [quote] I think it is rather myopic to lay the gutting of the middle class in America, which started under Raygun solely at President Obama’s feet.[/quote]

    Mr BT?

    1) Why is it that you appear to accept the present economic condition among “The LEAST OF THESE”……… long as it is qualified with an attachment to Ronald Reagan?

    2) Are you sure that the decline in Detroit, Newark and Gary started with Reagan?

    3) If we put the “damage” that Reagan did on one side of the balance scale and then make note of the pile of PROMISES put forth by Articulate Progressives in which the “Least Of These” were told of the glories that they would soon see IF they vested their “Equal Ballot” into the favorable box…….is there a point where you are forced to say that this DUD is a more POWERFUL force in explaining the current conditions than was the “cross burning” on your lawn that you feel that Ronald Reagan did to warn you against standing on your own two feet?


    • btx3

      May 25, 2011 at 9:24 AM

      The “Least of these’ is not the middle class, Moron. I know you love to throw those terms you picked up on the WWW from educated folks to try and sound like you have something beyond the 6 years you spent in 5th grade for an education – but the only thing you do is make a complete Lawn Jockey of yourself buckdancing into verbal incoherence.

      And the statement was the decline of America started with Raygun. Now I know that 3rd Grade Geography thing was a monster for you – but are you still ignorant enough to belive those cities are located in Canada?


  6. Hotep

    May 26, 2011 at 11:40 AM

    “But Khadaffi is a scumbag. Tripoli Trixie has no business over there sucking up to that monster.”

    What makes Qaddafi a scumbag, the fact that his citizens get a free education in Libya or abroad, that they have free healthcare, subsidized housing, or the fact that they get a profit from the oil? Who wouldn’t want to live in a country with a leader like Qaddafi?

    Maybe Qaddafi is a scumbag because that’s what the media and president Obama told you, and want you to believe- and because you are too IGNORANT to seek the TRUTH just as Sister McKinney has and is doing in Libya she’s “stupid” (as many of the responders believe) to you.

    When did seeking the truth become a problem?

    She’s absolutely correct, the US has no reason to be in Libya wasting MONEY THAT WE DON’T HAVE killing innocent people.


  7. Roderick

    May 26, 2011 at 4:30 PM

    BT, you are wrong for posting that picture. She looks like Buckwheat’s mama.


  8. makheru bradley

    May 26, 2011 at 9:30 PM

    Character assassins wallowing in flawed analogies, just as pigs wallow in slop, typically avoid challenging or refuting the fundamental argument of the person they are targeting.

    “The last thing we need to do is spend money on death, destruction and war.” –Sister McKinney. What is your argument against that statement BT?

    “I think that it’s very important that people understand what is happening here. And it’s important that people all over the world see the truth. And that is why I am here … to understand the truth.”—Sister McKinney. What’s your argument against that statement–that she has no right to travel to Libya and see first hand the sadistic campaign of the Evil Triplets—Barack Obama, David Cameron, and Nicolas Sarkozy to overthrow Muammar Qaddafi.

    “Last night’s NATO rocket attack on Tripoli is inexplicable. A civilian metropolitan area of around 2 million people, Tripoli sustained 22 to 25 bombings last night, rattling and breaking windows and glass and shaking the foundation of my hotel.

    I left my room at the Rexis Al Nasr Hotel and walked outside the hotel and I could smell the exploded bombs. There were local people everywhere milling with foreign journalists from around the world. As we stood there more bombs struck around the city. The sky flashed red with explosions and more rockets from NATO jets cut through low cloud before exploding.

    I could taste the thick dust stirred up by the exploded bombs. I immediately thought about the depleted uranium munitions reportedly being used here–along with white phosphorus. If depleted uranium weapons were being used what affect on the local civilians?”—Sister McKinney

    “I think it is rather myopic to lay the gutting of the middle class in America, which started under Raygun solely at President Obama’s feet.” – BT

    Sister McKinney did no such thing Prejudice does have a way of distorting one’s reality. What she said has being increasingly validated by numerous sources including Bob Herbert, Boyce Watkins and others.

    “But for all the ways black America has felt better about itself and looked better to others, it has not actually fared better. In fact, it has been doing worse. The economic gap between black and white has grown since Obama took power. Under his tenure black unemployment, poverty and foreclosures are at their highest levels for at least a decade.” — Gary Younge

    Don’t worry Trixie – You won’t hear the bomb that gets you. – BT

    Dayum, Barack Obama’s extra-judicial killing mentality must be affecting other rich negroes in the DC area. Given the modus operandi of the most murderous Nobel Peace Prize winner in history, killing women and children from Af-Pak to Libya, it wouldn’t surprise me if one of Obama’s drones was targeted at the most courageous Afrikan woman on the planet.


  9. brotherbrown

    May 27, 2011 at 5:24 PM

    Makheru, this is going to veer of Cynthia McKinney, but for the entire history of this country, when there is an economic downturn, it affects the people with the fewest resources the most. The recession of 2007-09 (2006-present in San Bernardino County, CA) was/is no different. If a high percentage of black people were employed in industries, occupations public agencies and private companies that downsized, the black unemployment rate can expect to spike. If a high percentage of black people were sold into predatory mortgages, a high percentage will face foreclosures.

    Are you suggesting that Obama’s presidency should have created a different outcome for black people, that he was supposed to somehow protect black workers from downsizing and black homeowners in over their heads from foreclosure? Just how was that supposed to be accomplished?

    Poor people are suffering. The middle class is sinking. Many formerly wealthy people are trying to hunker down and regroup. In this economy, even lawyers have fallen into the ranks of unemployment.
    It is fairly inevitable in a global society that economies will seek equilibrium, and those nations with a high standard of living will decline as those emerging nations rise. This rampantly consumeristic society was bound to implode, but the implosion didn’t just begin in January 2009, and no president was going to be able to stop it.

    Many have criticized Obama for not doing more for black people. If that is your opinion, please spell out what you think he should be doing.


  10. makheru bradley

    May 28, 2011 at 11:46 AM

    This is going to veer off Cynthia McKinney—Bro. Brown

    Perhaps you can, but I can’t. As Chalmers Johnson said, you can’t have an empire abroad and a democracy at home. The two systems are diametrically-opposed to one another. As the cost of the war in Libya approaches $800 million (with no end in sight), I’m compelled as Dr. King said during the Vietnam era, to see war as an enemy of the poor, and also the struggling working class and middle class. Consequently there is a direct relationship between these wars started by George W. Bush, and continued/expanded by Barack Obama and headlines like this.

    Black Unemployment At Depression Level Highs In Some Cities

    Many have criticized Obama for not doing more for black people. If that is your opinion, please spell out what you think he should be doing.– Brown

    Barack Obama is what I initially read him to be—the most brilliant stroke of disguised hypocrisy (change you can believe in) in American political history. Thus, unlike Cornel West I’m not at all disappointed. I saw Obama as a fraud from jumpstreet.

    I don’t expect a person who is a war criminal abroad to show compassion for the masses at home.

    “If there was anyone who doubted our president was a war criminal, there is no doubt anymore.” — Cynthia McKinney. The deaths of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi’s three grandchildren and youngest son in a NATO attack “is cold-blooded murder,” and proof that “the Black man in the White House is as bad or worse than any of the white men who have been in the White House.”

    In the business world managers are hired to develop action plans based on root-cause analyses to solve difficult problems. In American politics constituents are supposed to be specifically rewarded for their support as Obama proved in his speech before AIPAC.

    “Because we understand the challenges Israel faces, I and my administration have made the security of Israel a priority. It’s why we’ve increased cooperation between our militaries to unprecedented levels. It’s why we’re making our most advanced technologies available to our Israeli allies. Its why, despite tough fiscal times, we’ve increased foreign military financing to record levels. And that includes additional support –- beyond regular military aid -– for the Iron Dome anti-rocket system.”

    Afrikan Americans are Barack Obama’s most loyal constituents. They could ask, “do you understand the challenges we face. You’re increasing military financing for Israel to record levels. What about us?”

    The bottom line however is that Obama has learned from his Democratic predecessors. The Afrikan American body politic is the Democratic Party’s bottom ho. No matter how bad you treat them, ignore them, or whatever, they keep supporting that pimp.

    I point out these problems from the perspective of what we should be doing. Obama is doing what he was hired to do—maintain the American empire at all costs.

    If we could ever break the monopoly that the two-party system has on our minds (so afraid of one party that we’ll accept bullshit from the other) and operate purely on the basis of our collective interest, what could we accomplish?


    • brotherbrown

      May 28, 2011 at 2:22 PM

      I certainly agree with breaking up the 2-party monopoly; I’ve never joined a party and doubt I ever will. Obama’s election actually represents the first time the person I voted for won the presidency, beginning in 1980.

      It is fair to see Obama as just the latest American president who is th titular head of the country that is actually controlled by unseen hands, however it is an admission that he could not have ‘done more for black people’ that he has.

      I am distressed that the wars continue seemingly without end, and I note the dubious anniversary we approach where the US will have been in Afghanistan longer that the former Soviet Union. It broke that country, and the US could suffer the same fate. At a time when the funds used to operate the war machine are desperately need to repair the cities, being a wartime president seems to be the easiest path to re-election.


  11. Constructive Feedback

    June 3, 2011 at 5:45 AM

    Mr BT:

    * WHO decided that Libya is our ENEMY?

    * What exactly did Libya do to become our ENEMY?

    * Is there any process by which a NATO NATION can become OUR ENEMY and thus be subjected to bombing?


    * as you think back to all of the discussions that you have had over a lifetime with Black Nationalists – they likely have told you that the European’s goal is to CUT OFF THE HEAD of any “Nation Of Color” that threatens their economic and military domination.

    WITH 8 LIBYAN NAVAL SHIPS destroyed by NATO planes – as they were tied up at the dock but [strike]said to have lurched forward with a threatening motion and thus the black man was shot by the police[/strike] said to be a threat to the HUMANITARIAN food shipments – are you seeing the warnings of the BLACK NATIONALISTS being played out – with YOUR SUPPORT?


    • btx3

      June 3, 2011 at 9:13 AM

      * WHO decided that Libya is our ENEMY?

      Saint Ronald Raygun.

      * What exactly did Libya do to become our ENEMY?

      Blowing up a passenger plane over Lockerbie Scotland full of 250+ civilians might have had something to do with it. But that was back during the 4th of your 6 trips through 5th grade…

      So you probably missed it.

      Couple of weeks ago you were crying over Bin Lauden getting killed by our troops. Now, Libya is an “unarmed black man getting shot in the back by the police”?

      That “do rag” you been wearing is suspiciously beginning to look like one of those Arab headdress’ boy.



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