Thursday, June 10, 2010

Breaking: Radical Union Organizer-Black Liberation Activist Slugs Tea Party Protester in Face (Video)

More Hope and Change–
Barack Obama gave his marching orders:

On Tuesday June 8, the North Carolina Tea Party Patriots held a protest against government bailouts in front of Rep. Mel Watt’s (D-N.C.) Greensboro office. During the protest a raging leftist goon, Governor Spencer, turned out, disrupted the protest, confronted the patriots, argued with them and then… He started throwing punches!
The whole thing was caught on tape.
The raging goon, Governor Spencerslugged Nathan Tabor, a business owner and head of the Forsyth County Republican Party and a former candidate for senator.

But, that’s not all…
Governor Spencer is a union organizer, a socialist and a black liberation activist.
Spencer led the Greensboro K-Mart protests of 1995 and mobilized families, communities, and “the Pulpit Forum of Greensboro, a coalition of progressive clergy, to commit acts of civil disobedience.”

Word World reported:
K-Mart Labor Struggle, 1995
Calvin Miller, Greg Headon, Governor Spencer, and Deborah Compton-Holt explained how K-Mart Warehouse Center employment practices and conditions had become unbearable, causing workers to organize around questions of economic justice. Attempts at organizing had been quelled. These veteran labor organizers recounted how they mobilized their families, communities, and the Pulpit Forum of Greensboro, a coalition of progressive clergy, to commit acts of civil disobedience and bring pressure to bear on K-Mart until they negotiated in good faith for a fairer contract. In the end, the workers triumphed, although the struggle continues. Students from local colleges, both black and white, joined the K-Mart boycotts and there was massive media coverage throughout the nation.
Governor Spencer and his associates “enlisted race to resist heirarchy.”
And, maybe you noticed this from the video… Governor Spencer has a black liberation flag bumper sticker on his car.
And, that’s just what we know right now.
The real question is “Was this just a chance beating?”… Or, “Was this Governor Spencer just following orders from above?”
You’ll have to decide that for yourself.

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