Thursday, August 11, 2011
Hat Tip to IggyMom
The makers of the breakout movie "Tea Party: The Documentary Film" explore the phenomenon of Black Conservatives in their new film Runaway Slave.
Runaway Slave is a new 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.”
Runaway Slave follows, C.L. Bryant, former NAACP Chapter President and self-professed “Democratic radical” turned pastor, political activist and Black Conservative. As a first-hand witness of the civil rights movement and a member of an interracial family; C.L. provides unique insight into an issue that is rarely black and white.
Today, 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,” C.L. Bryant. Are today’s civil rights leaders merely the overseers of today’s Progressive plantations?
Hear, 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. Source
While the so-called Black leaders whine about how the White establishment keeps Black men and women in poverty, C.L. Bryant refuses to follow that lie. In fact he is a reformed Liberal Democrat.
I hope you enjoyed the little bit from the movie. And do visit the website for more information about Runaway Slave, C.L. Bryant and the producers of this film.