O’Reilly to Obama, leaders: Get black America under control!

Bill O’Reilly’s powerful Monday night “Talking Points Memo” is likely to promote serious debate around the water cooler Tuesday morning, as he told President Obama and the “race hustlers” and “limousine liberals” it’s time to stop with the fake victimization and get the “gangsta culture,” influenced black youth under control.

He began by complimenting the president for broaching the subject of racial divide in his surprise appearance Friday at the White House press briefing room. “The president was correct in addressing the race issue and framing it with the Martin case,” O’Reilly noted. But then he got down to business.

“The sad truth is that from the president on down, our leadership has no clue, no clue at all about how to solve problems within the black community,” O’Reilly said. “And many are frightened to even broach the issue. That’s because race hustlers and the grievance industry have intimidated the so-called ‘conversation,’ turning any valid criticism of African-American culture into charges of racial bias.”

As a result, “many in power simply walk away, leaving millions of law-abiding African-Americans to pretty much fend for themselves in violent neighborhoods.

“You want racism? That’s racism,” he emphasized. “Thus it’s time for some straight talk.”

After first condemning the profiling of Martin by George Zimmerman on the night Martin was killed, O’Reilly said, “Here’s the headline. Young black men commit homicides at a rate 10 times greater than whites and hispanics combined.” In the meantime “the civil rights industry looks the other way or makes excuses.”

The problem boils down to, he opined, “the disintegration of the African-American family.”

He noted that black leaders from the president on down have refused to address the fact that “73 percent of all black babies are born out of wedlock.” This, combined with the “gangsta culture,” promoted by the entertainment industry is “encouraging irresponsibility” and “glorifying bad behavior.”

“It’s now time for the African-American leadership, including President Obama, to stop the nonsense,” O’Reilly concluded. “Walk away from the world of victimization and grievance and lead the way out of this mess.”

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38 thoughts on “O’Reilly to Obama, leaders: Get black America under control!

  1. Ollie Smith says:

    I know a few blacks that will lead America in a good way, one of them is Allen West.

    1. kg4tyr says:

      And Ben Carson. I would vote for these two as running mates in a heartbeat.

    2. Justin Case says:

      And how well do you know this man, how close are you two? Would he call you brother and friend because you have known him for decades? Are you speaking from personal experience because you have spent many days and nights at the family picnics? I’m willing to bet that you know him from TV advertisements or read something that he or others have written about him.

      My point is that you probably don’t know him any better than most of the people who voted for Obama and while he make speak a good game, so did Obama. Talk is cheap and so are politicians, how the heII do you think they got where they are at?

      Before you jump on the bandwagon to worship some other politician, perhaps you might want to take some time and delve a bit deeper into them as a person and not the politician.

      1. Sharon B says:

        I know Mr. West and his wife Angie. Mr. West is as honorable and dedicated in his private life as he is in his public life. Mr. West is not a politician, he is a man who cares deeply about this country.

        This is a man who served his country with HONOR and INTEGRITY and CARING about his fellow soldiers.

        This is a man who DESERVES to be elected to the White House. This is a man who people could be proud to call him Mr. President. I know I would. Instead, we have a man who runs this country with bitterness towards its very Constitution. Who shreds it everyday.
        This President is destroying our Country. He is a DIVIDER in CHIEF. His mission is to bring America to its knees. Its working too. It saddens me to know this country is on the brink of going off a precipice into a deep dark pit of DEAD ROTTING DECAY.
        Wake up PEOPLE.

  2. jumara says:

    what he should have said is.black America get control of jesse,al and all the other race baiters by becoming real americans and support law and order and the constitution which guarantees them their rights.

  3. JOEL714 says:

    NOT A CHANCE IT WILL HAPPEN.. THESE PUNKS INCLUDING OUR PUNK IN CHIEF HAVEN’T THE BRAINS OR THE BRAWN OR THE BALLS TO STAND UP AND TELL THE TRUTH ABOUT THE ISSUE OF BLACK POVERTY/CRIME/FAMILY DESTRUCTION. IT WOULD STOP THEM FROM GAIN ING POWER AND MONEY PROMOTING THE VICTIMIZATION OF BLACKS–WHICH DOES NOT EXIST. ONLY THE RACE HUSTLERS VICTIMIZE THEIR BLACK BROTHERS

  4. wildman says:

    ovomit has no clue how to do a dam thing right- time this mooslime POS takes his seat at the right hand of SATAN

    1. xbj says:

      Are YOU in for a surprise at God’s throne.

  5. focusedman1 says:

    I understand that the black community may be in a disarray, but as soon as Obama starts catering to the black community, he is going to labeled as a “black president” The whites are going to really complain about that. He made one speech regarding his personal feelings on the case, (which I thought was neutral) and these right wing pundits turned on him! Read the headlines. Black crime didn’t just happen under his administration. Why wasn’t anyone telling Bush to get the blacks under control. The president is a people’s president, not just one race. The issue in the black community have to be dealt with internally, but it’s not his job, because if it was, it would have been Bush’ job and Clinton’ job, and every president before him, so don’t be fooled by these racist pundits trying to make this into a race war.

  6. Zinsky says:

    The people who think Trayvon Martin wasn’t where he should be are the same people who think Barack Obama isn’t where he should be.

  7. Justin Case says:

    As much as I hate Obama there is nothing he can do to control the black people. Yes, he can incite them to violence and no it is not difficult to do, even a monkey can do it. Oh wait, a monkey is doing it. Anyways, the blacks are never going to be equal by their own choice. If they want to be equal then they have to choose to give up the slavery BS. They must choose to give up the welfare BS. They must choose to act, speak and live the exact opposite way that they currently do. Someday I do believe that they will be equal to us and I believe that it will happen a few at a time. Right now the blacks are treated different because they act different and not in a good way.

    1. focusedman1 says:

      Good point! It starts in the black community, but not by Obama. O’Reilly mentioned that 70% of babies are born out of wedlock in the black community. So should Obama start handing out condoms? Should the President of the United States organize a march against black on black crime? That’s not his job. O’Reilly didn’t offer anything practical that the president should do. He just threw out a bunch of statistics and vented his racism toward Obama. And this is my point, ever since Obama made “the speech” right wing pundits has turn this into a race war. I understand the white community has a gripe with the black community, but it starts and ends with the black community, not the president of the United States.

      1. Justin Case says:

        This is a huge topic and there is neither the time nor the space here to solve it but lets address some of it.

        The President should have never opened his mouth in regards to what transpired in the whole Martin/Zimmerman case, but he did and he did it to incite animosity between the races to divide us and to distract us. I can not speak to O’Reilly’s racism, I do not like the guy and have not seen any video of him in well over four years. I do not watch TV and do not subscribe to any TV service. I get all my news from ALT sources because only an idiot still watches the “news” on TV.

        None of the problems that you mentioned should be handled by the government beyond the penalty phase. All of the problems in the black community are foundational / moral problems. Actually to be completely honest the moral problem lies not only in the black community but in the heart of the American community.

        We as a nation are so divided that the hope of rebuilding America to it’s former glory and to see, once again, a unified nation is not possible. The blacks will not stop hating whites and now thanks to Obama, the blacks will start hating the mexicans as much as they hate the whites. Obama is a dirt bag and he uses us all equally to his own ends.

        By the way, the president should have no opinion in public about any current event that does not directly effect the safety and security of the nation. This “president” however is trashy and is a low life so expect nothing from him unless it will have a damaging effect on the country and it’s people.

        Lastly, don’t whine about Bush and his BS because I think that guy was also a bad guy and a real POS.

  8. ooddballz says:

    After first condemning the profiling of Martin by George Zimmerman on the night Martin was killed,

    Sorry Bill, while I fully agree with you on every other point Zimmerman was completely correct in “profiling” Martin.

    There had been a rash of break ins in the neighborhood, and they were being done by a young black man / men.
    If crimes are being committed by large white men with red hair in my neighborhood I would certainly profile large white men with red hair. So why is it a problem when blacks or Latinos are profiled?

    Time to do away with the P.C. crap and profile away.

  9. Amercan111 says:

    I’ve been saying this for years.

  10. seazen says:

    It is revealing that the “moderator” on this site simply refuses to post anything that does not fall in line with the overall intent to attack Obama. Rather than preventing foul language or personal attacks the moderation is meant to keep opposing views out of the mix. Kind of childish, don’t you think?

    1. Justin Case says:

      You are wrong. The computer system, not a moderator, is what looks for
      foul language, you only need to get creative and you can say whatever
      you want. Case in point, EFF YOU, you [email protected]@rd Rubio. F#K you, you Q#eer
      B!tc# @55 O’Reilly. I hate all them dam republicans and the religious
      right can s#ck my C0K. I can say what I want with almost no restriction
      provided I use half a brain cell to do it. Tell me you don’t understand
      the “words” above. Use your brain man.

    2. Justin Case says:

      By the way, the reason the comment looks all jacked up is because the system puts a carriage return at the end of each sentence when you past in a comment. I do not know why and I do not care, My point is made. If I really want it to look good then I would edit the posted comment and remove the carriage returns. The reason I had to paste in my comment more than once is because the system did not like the word “C0K” and so I had to respell it till it past inspection. Remember to copy your comment before hitting post so that if it gets denied then you can go back and repost and revise. Peace.

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