Published On: Sat, Nov 19th, 2011

Almost Free at Last. Runaway Slaves Leaving the Dem’s Liberal Plantation

Herman Cain may or may not be qualified to be President of the United States, but if experience is the criteria, surely he has more than the current occupant did when he ran in 2008.  What is clear, however, is that as a self defined Black Conservative, he will not get the soft focus, soft glove treatment that the media awarded candidate Obama. Their knives have been out ever since Cain started climbing in the polls and the press will surely go into overdrive if Cain recovers from his recent stumbles and recaptures the lead.

Over the last few weeks we’ve seen the way they’ve feasted on the unproven allegations of sexual harassment and Cain’s weak answers on Libya, and chortled over his suggestion that “Cuban” was a language unto it’s own“. Judging by the way they’ve highlighted these issues, and comparing them to the pass they gave Obama on his relationship with the unreformed terrorist Bill Ayers, the despicable Reverend Wright, and even Obama’s equally unimportant gaffe that Austrians speak Austrian, the inherent bias is apparent. Whether it’s Herman Cain, Justice Thomas, or Congressman Allen West, there is no one more despised by the elites than Black Conservatives.

What will they make of C.L. Bryant?  (Be sure to watch the video trailer below)

A native of Shreveport, Louisiana, Bryant is the former president of the NAACP’s Garland, Texas Chapter, and describes himself as a reformed “self-professed Democratic Radical” who “now believes the values that he once vehemently upheld has led the Black community into a state of bondage to the US government.” He has been a Baptist preacher for more than 30 years, holds a Masters degree in Theology, is a very active member of the Tea Party and a Fellow with Freedom Works in Washington DC.

Despite that conservative pedigree, those achievements are not where the trouble is going to come from. What is going to earn Reverend Bryant the unending enmity of the professional left and the race hustlers like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson will be his forthcoming move, The Runaway Slave.

Described on the film’s website as a “documentary that exposes the economic slavery of the Black community to the Progressive policies of the US government and how Black Conservatives are leading the fight so all Americans can be “free at last,” Bryant believes that “groups such as the NAACP and other civil rights leaders are peddling the Black community to the lowest bidders.  “There is a 50-year old lie that has caused an entire people to become harlots to the political idea that government knows what is best,” Bryant claims, and asks if today’s civil rights leaders are “merely the overseers of today’s Progressive plantations?”

The movie is scheduled to open in theaters on January 13th, The Friday before the Martin Luther King holiday, and It’s strong stuff, sure to explode the heads of Congressional Black Caucus members and other progressive types.  From the Runaway Slave Website:

C.L. and other black conservatives discuss how they are confronted within the black community.  They address the alliance the Black Community has formed with the Democratic Party fueled by the Mainstream Media.  Through accusations of “racism” leveled at the Tea Party by the NAACP, Black Conservatives in the Tea Party have stepped to the foreground to extol the virtues of fiscal accountability, pro-life values and personal responsibility.

C.L. traces former paths of runaway slaves through the Underground Railroad.  In the history of Harriet Tubman, C.L. returns to the plantation to free the slaves of liberal politics.  Will you go with him?

From the slave ports of New Orleans, where slaves worked the Mississippi Delta and jazz was borne, C.L. explores the race-based controversy surrounding hurricane Katrina.  Media images and news reports of thousands of Blacks huddled inside the Super Dome begs the question, what is the state of New Orleans’ race relations today?  C.L. challenges the residents on their view of government then vs. now.

C.L. travels north to Chicago’s infamous Cabrini-Green Housing project situated in the middle of Chicago’s two wealthiest neighborhoods. He explores the history of Cabrini-Green and exposes the lingering effects of the Great Society and welfare programs on the Black community.

In Atlanta, the heart of the Civil Rights movement and the birthplace of Martin Luther King, Jr., what is happening with race and politics today?  Sometimes referred to as “The Black Mecca,”  according to, only 30% of Black households in Atlanta are headed by married couples while households headed by Single women is a close 28%.  Males living below poverty head 17% of all Black households in Atlanta.  What would MLK, Jr. say about Atlanta today?  Is the Black community “free at last?”

From Jefferson’s Monticello, C.L. fires point blank at the intense racial debate surrounding our founding fathers, the US Constitution and American history.

Through interviews with mothers, fathers, small business owners and everyday Americans and footage from the epicenter of national events, Runaway Slave will have an honest discussion on race and politics that is being swept under the mat of political correctness and Progressive policies.

Despite the best efforts of the government and political leaders, in exchange for their 95% support of Progressive policies, the Black community has 34% of its population on welfare, 72% of its children born out of wedlock and a 36% abortion rate. What is causing the black community to generate these kinds of statistics?  There is an urgency to bring the truth about of the Conservative principles of fiscal accountability and personal responsibility to the 95% of the Black community that feels beholden to the Democratic Party and to Americans who are prisoners of Progressivism.

Last year, when LeBron James abandoned the Cleveland Cavaliers for a more lucrative contract with the Miami Heat, a team that can actually win, the Reverend Jesse Jackson criticized comments made by Cavalier’s owner Dan Gilbert because  “His feelings of betrayal personify a slave master mentality. He sees LeBron as a runaway slave.”

Somehow, we don’t think the two Reverends are talking about the same thing.

About the Author

- We made the journey from hard left to serious right a long time ago, but still have a laissez faire attitude and a finely tuned sense of the ridiculous.

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  1. Greyman522 says:

    A letter of truth. Fred Ricco Young Jr./

    Trayvon was not shot by a white man, but a man of color. Deante was shot by a man who looked like Him, Bernard was shot by a man who looked just like him , darnail was shot by a man who looked just like him. Each one of these men were shot by a African American man. So let’s not just deal with one problem but let’s address the real problem. Why are our men being killed by men who look like them? Why can’t we talk about the true cause of this epidemic. Sin, “Yes” Sin. How have we departed from who we are. Why have we become lost in our Identity. Friends Trayvon death is a tragedy and it’s so sad and senseless That a young man lost his life for being a young man, in a fallen world. Whether black,white, red or yellow it was a man who pulled the trigger on that night of March 27 2012. How many men do we have to loose, for us to begin to see that it has nothing to do with the colors of one incident which involved a man of another race. We should be also concern with the many same senseless killings by those who look just like me, Black. As I have stated I am so sorry for Trayvon mother and father. However let’s be real if we are truly concern about murder let also tackle the 93% of African American men who are killed by other African American men. We all come from Adam, and just as Cain killed Adam we have continued the legacy. Brothers killing brothers.How many mothers have to weep for their Trayvon’s. How many Father’s have to cry out for justice. We are a nation that has a serious problem with our men, men killing men who look just like them. We have a very serious problem. One murder has distracted all of us from the many murders that are not high profile cases. Does it take someone to be killed by a man who does not look like him in order for the people to cry out. Then I would beg the differ and cry out for all the other African American men who died the same way as Trayvon but their killer looked just like them. We truly have forgotten who we are, “Genesis 1:27—So God Created man in His own image,in the image of God created he him; male and female he created them. So my friends we are all men and brothers, why do we hate one another. Why are we acting in the spirit of cain. Who was acting in the spirit of the Satan. John 8:44—You belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desire. He was a murderer from the beginning, not holding to the truth, for there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks his native language, for he is a liar and the father of lies. Why aren’t God’s people shouting enough is enough. How many Trayvon’s have to die, How many mother’s will it take who are weeping for their sons, who have been killed for being black. However their killers were black also.How many times must father’s shout out for justice. How can we ignore the many men who died at the hands of a killer who looked just like him. Of the many African American men killed we should to cry out for one murder when there are many murders, many mothers and fathers crying out for justice for their sons. Where are the Al Sharpton and the Jesse Jackson when these parents cry out and know one seems to care. Men of God, Men behind the pulpit, When will you turn your energy to those who have no media attention. How long will you be silent to the travesty of murder that takes the life of many sons. Men of God hear my plea. There doesn’t have to be anymore Trayvon, or Deante, Bernard or Darnail. Al and Jesses Will you shout out in anger for those men of color who are killed by men. We should be shouting for all men killed by men. Rather it be color of color, rich or poor, black and white, in the media or not in the media if you are going to address the issue of murder then address it for all the mothers weeping for their sons, all the fathers crying out for justice. It will surely be a shame if you only cry for one when there are so many others. If men of all ethnicity remember to love one another. If men all men would remember remember who they are, they would not have to ask “ who am I” men would know and believe I am a man made in the image of God. In God’s Image I am made and with that come much accountability and lots of responsibility. Who am I ? I am my brother’s Keeper.

  2. Colvey says:

    Reverend Bryant is a god fearing man who is right on track. Cannot wait to see the movie.

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