Watch: Michelle’s Race-Baiting Shredded By Black Guy Who Gives Her A Must-See History Lesson

In a recent installment of Zonation, host Alfonzo Rachel reacted to Michelle Obama’s recent commencement address at Tuskegee University. As Western Journalism reported, the first lady used the forum to spread a message of victimhood among black graduates.

“I’m disappointed that the students at Tuskegee University didn’t get up and walk out on Michelle Obama’s speech,” Rachel said. “It’s like the graduates spent all that time at the college and didn’t learn anything worth a hard donut.”

He explained that the university’s founder, Booker T. Washington, railed against the type of race-baiting used by Obama in her speech. Even in Washington’s day, the former slave was able to recognize that self-serving instigators hoped to profit by maintaining discord within the black community.

“The sad part is that despite your supposed pro-black mentality,” Rachel said directly to Obama, “the black community doesn’t prosper for it. The black community is growing in discontent; and this is what you want.”

Diagnosing what he sees as the true impetus behind such divisive language, the host declared that Michelle Obama and her ilk will not be satisfied until every American is as miserable as they are.

“This is when we will have justice,” he said. “That is when America will be purified – when it is fully baptized in a lake of misery.”

Using his online program to share an alternate message with college graduates, Rachel explained what will actually help heal the racial divide currently plaguing the nation.

“What makes the tension die down,” he concluded, “is getting out there and using your God-given talent to be of good service to each other. That’s what gets respect.”

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Michelle Obama’s Shameless, ‘Woe Is Me And Thee’ Speech At Tuskagee Institute Is Ironic…

Michelle Obama’s commencement speech at Tuskegee Institute was a shameless litany of all the problems blacks HAD over their history in America–and those she felt had personally harmed her. Allowing the thought that blacks have made ANY progress whatsoever, especially in the past fifty years, would be absolutely impossible in the world she and her husband inhabit.

The Tuskegee Institute is a relative success story among the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU.) It was founded in 1881, and one of its driving forces was a former slave named Booker T. Washington, a man who recognized the opportunities that were presented to him, other former slaves, and their decedents in post-Civil War America. Washington was a leader of the African American community until his death in 1915.

One of Washington’s strongest enemies was W.E.B. Dubois, who Washington saw as a fake who was more interested in lining his pockets than helping black people. If he was alive today, Washington would be revolted by Michelle Obama’s “Woe is me and thee” speech, given at his beloved Tuskegee Institute. Here’s what Washington had to say about people like her and DuBois more than one hundred years ago.

There is another class of colored people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs — partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs.

Michelle’s speech played on the fact that over the past fifty years, the HBCUs have become hand wringing, “hate White America” bastions where any hint of departing from liberal orthodoxy is attacked. She knew who her audience was.

She talked about “daily slights” and added: “those age-old problems are stubborn and they haven’t fully gone away.” These were two great slippery phrases like “hope and change.” Neither has any basis, but that is the idea – the audience will fill in the horror stories.

After whining about a cartoon depiction of her published almost eight years ago, she said, “…And at the end of the day, by staying true to the me I’ve always known, I found that this journey has been incredibly freeing.”

The irony of her list of complaints was underscored by the reaction of a rapper named Tef Poe, who said, “…the truth still remains she is the first lady of the United States of America.” Michelle Obama has become a very wealthy woman who lives like a queen in America–and not everyone, white or black, buys her whining.

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S.C. School Finds Innovative Way To Dispose Of Food Waste Caused By Michelle Obama’s Regulations

As Western Journalism has extensively chronicled, public schools across the nation have seen a dramatic increase in uneaten food since the implementation of federal regulations limiting what may be served on campus.

In response to the excessive waste, some districts have opted out of the program supported by Michelle Obama–despite the fact that doing so means the loss of substantial federal funding. Others are taking a more pragmatic approach, including a Rhode Island community that opted to feed discarded meals to hogs on local farms.

A South Carolina high school is reportedly pursuing a similar course.

Lower Richland High School administrators are supporting a unique recycling program with the food trashed daily in its cafeteria. Not only does such a solution allow the school to maintain its current level of nutrition funding; the recycling program also qualifies for federal money.

Known as the LyfeCycle Innovation Project, the interactive program supports a greenhouse in which worms are fed discarded food, which they use to create more effective compost. The end result is fresh produce and flowers that support various programs at the school.

Of the roughly 200 pounds of discarded food the school handles each week, more than half is recycled through this project.

“All the food waste we’ve had, we’ve saved so much from it,” explained Nazaire Bethea, who supervises student projects at the school. “We’re doing something productive with it.”

Estimates indicate that, all together, public schools in the U.S. lose $1 billion annually due to food waste.

h/t: Education Action Group Foundation

Should Michelle Obama dictate what public school students are allowed to eat? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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The Return Of Obama’s Hoax-Spreading Bitter Half

She’s baaaaaaaack. And she’s maaaaaad.

First lady Michelle Obama delivered the commencement address at Tuskegee University last weekend. She’ll do it again at Ohio’s Oberlin College — the UC Berkeley of the Midwest, Ground Zero for racial grievance-mongering and fake hate crimes — next week.

Commencement FLOTUS is not the same first lady who shows up on “Ellen” or “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” wearing her pastel cardigan, Chuck Taylors, and a megawatt grin. No, this frowny-faced Michelle Obama talks and squawks like Al Sharpton in Jimmy Choo kitten heels. At Tuskegee, FLOTUS traded her affable TV persona for the divisive social justice complainer we all came to know and loathe during her husband’s first presidential campaign.

Obama’s resurrected bitter half inspired the graduates by complaining about people complaining about her. She complained about the “sting” of “daily slights” throughout her life and her poor, beleaguered husband’s. And then she complained. And complained. And complained some more.

She clucked at the “folks” (read: white folks) who allegedly “crossed the street in fear of their safety” at the sight of the Obamas.

She called out unnamed “clerks who kept a close eye on us in all those department stores.”

She decried the racist “people at formal events who assumed we were the ‘help.’” (Funny, the only time I recall this happening in the Obama White House was when Valerie Jarrett mistook four-star Army Gen. Peter Chiarelli, who is white, for her waiter. But I digress.)

Reaching into her deep well of indignation, Mrs. Obama then assailed “those who have questioned our intelligence, our honesty, even our love of this country.”

Let me take out my teeny-weeny bow and play the world’s smallest violin at the thought of Mrs. Obama being subjected to the “sting” of impolite questions about her honesty. Using my best slow vibrato: Waw-waw-waw-wawwww.

It’s hard to take Mrs. Obama seriously, because she has been caught so brazenly lying about the racial discrimination she supposedly still faces today even as first lady of the United States. When she told the Tuskegee students about being watched “in all those department stores,” she neglected to mention that just five months ago, one of her most famous anecdotes of retail racism went up in smoke.

What? You forgot already? Using almost the exact same language in a People magazine interview that she used in her Tuskegee commencement speech, the first lady deplored the “sting” of “racist experiences” that she and her husband allegedly still suffer.

Get her some Calamine lotion STAT!

“Even as the first lady,” she bemoaned, “not highly disguised, the only person who came up to me” at a Target store “was a woman who asked me to help her take something off a shelf.” Remember: ABC News reported that Mrs. Obama claimed such “incidents are ‘the regular course of life’ for African Americans and a ‘challenge’ for the country to overcome.”

The anecdote turned out to be a tall tale — with the emphasis on “tall.” The reason the 5-foot-11 first lady was asked to get detergent off the Target shelf was that her vertically challenged fellow shopper couldn’t reach it. How do we know this? Because Mrs. Obama said so herself in a radically different version of the Target story she told David Letterman three years ago.

“I reached up, ’cause she was short, and I reached up, pulled it down,” the first lady described with that megawatt grin, and the shopper said, “Well, you didn’t have to make it look so easy.” Far from psychologically debilitated by any racial “sting,” Mrs. Obama told Letterman, “I felt so good” helping out the short woman.

I don’t care what color you are: This arrogant exercise of first lady privilege — invoking false stories to stoke racial hostility and score political points — is patently offensive. There’s enough demagoguery in the public square. The Aspen ski-vacationing, haute couture-wearing, Hollywood elite-chumming first lady’s delusional discrimination fables are fuel on a raging fire her husband has failed to alleviate with billions of dollars of government “investments,” programs, summits, and photo-ops.

It is especially irresponsible of Mrs. Obama to be spreading her cultural gasoline on college campuses, where the excesses of identity politics and multiculturalism continue to poison young minds.

Don’t like suffering the “daily slights” of questions about your honesty? Stop lying.


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Michelle Obama Says Minorities Are Not Welcomed In These Places….

In a pandering speech this week, Michelle Obama addressed an unavoidable issue in today’s cultural climate: racism. Rather than use the forum to enumerate the myriad ways – an obvious example being her husband’s two terms as the nation’s chief executive – blacks have progressed in America, she chose to further stoke racial tension by declaring “museums and concert halls” unaccommodating to minorities.

“You see,” she told an audience at New York City’s Whitney Museum, “there are so many kids in this country who look at places like museums and concert halls and other cultural centers and think to themselves, ‘Well, that’s not a place for me, for somebody who looks like me, for somebody who comes from my neighborhood.’”

She went on to “guarantee” that, within a mile of the location, there is a population of children “who would never in a million years dream that they would be welcome in this museum.”

Without mentioning exactly how she came to the conclusion, Obama instead opted to appeal to the audience’s emotion by sharing a chapter from her own past.

“So I know that feeling of not belonging in a place like this,” she said. “And today, as first lady, I know that feeling limits the horizons of far too many of our young people.”

When local public radio station WNYC asked Twitter users whether museums can be “intimidating or unwelcoming to people of color,” one individual rephrased the question to make a salient distinction.

The user wrote: “Can Black/Latino/Native art museums be intimidating or unwelcoming to white people?”

Does the mere presence of cultural centers promote racism in America? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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