Tea Party Speaker advocates Reparations for Slavery

Ted Hayes at Bush/Cheney Rally
Are conservatives being bamboozled?

Ted Hayes hob-nobs with top Republicans, addresses Tea Parties, attended Beck’s “Restoring Honor” rally and has been associated with the anti-illegal-immigration groups. Hayes is known as the “Rasta Republican.” On his website he espouses racist beliefs and advocates reparations for slavery. Hayes’ participation in “patriot groups” appears to be a bizarre offer of collective salvation and redemption for whites by a follower of a kind of black nationalist cult religion in exchange for the eventual payment of reparations. Some of our local Tea Party and Minutemen leadership are trying to sell Hayes as a “patriot.” Have the Republicans, Tea Party and San Diego Minutemen been bamboozled? We report, you decide.

In one article posted on his website, he asserts that all whites are collectively guilty and that the right for reparations comes from God! Hayes says that races are responsible for the misdeeds of ancestors committed as far back as previous thousands of generations and that even God and Jesus Christ demand reparations be made. The current generation of whites has to admit their guilt and pay restitution, in order to be seen worthy of redemption in the eyes of God. See quotes below:

Reparations IS GENERATIONAL Responsibility. God will hold one Generation responsible and accountable for the wrongdoing of previous ones…even thousands.

Jesus Christ Himself teaches that without REPARATIONS, GOD will not hear prayer nor receive praise and thanksgiving. (Mathew 5: 23-26)

In the Last Day, the Day of Judgment, JESUS CHRIST as JUDGE actually holds His own generation accountable for the past deeds (sins) of generation gone by.

Elsewhere he states that blacks are a “nation within a nation” an says that land is necessary for reparations. Hayes is espousing a racist concept that whites are responsible for the actions of previous generations, even up to thousands of generations before. That races have a “karma” based on the actions of previous generations is an occult idea that was developed by the Theosophists a little over a century ago. Some of the top Nazis were Theosophists and the Nazis also borrowed this idea from the Theosophists that races inherit collective credit or blame for acts done in previous generations. The above quotes came from this page, God is the Author of Reparations by Ted Hayes

Hayes explains in this article, “The Braithwaite Papers by Ted Hayes,” that blacks cannot be racist and that only white people can be racist. This is also a racist concept.

Black peoples being racist, is an oxymoron! We historically are not racist nor should we allow anyone else to intimidate us into powerlessness by accusing us of such, especially people with straight hair and Caucasian physical features.

Remember, racism, relatively new in human history, has its beginnings with White or light colored skin with certain Nordic features and primarily straight haired Caucasian Europeans identifying us darker, so-called Negroid Africans (as they labeled Black peoples) with kinky or nappy hair as inferior to themselves based mainly on those physical appearances, etc.

Black Hebrew, Ted Hayes, with Carl Rove

By his dress and rhetoric on his website, Ted Hayes presents himself as an adherent of Black Hebrew-ism, which is known as the “Black Hebrew Israelites,” “Black Hebrew Nation” or simply the “Black Hebrews.”

Black Hebrew-ism is a millennial cult movement and a form of black nationalism with some doctrinal similarities to Obama’s own black nationalist sect, Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago. It is black supremacist in its doctrine. Black Hebrews believe that slaves brought to the Americas are the Chosen People, the descendants of a lost tribe of Israelites and that whites are collectively guilty for slavery.

In the article below, Tom Metzger, head of the White Aryan Resistance, is quoted as saying that the Black Hebrews are their black counterpart. See the article below.

“Black Hebrews” by the Apologetics Index

Hayes’ bizarre, cult-like religious beliefs and his support for reparations — mandated by God — have not exactly been a secret, yet many conservative media personalities, Tea Party and Minutemen organizers have embraced him. Politics makes strange bedfellows, they say. Some of these people would willingly sell their souls, if it would help them advance their personal agenda, no different from the politicians we have now in this respect. However, if they expect a caricatured Afro-centric character, like Ted Hayes, to deliver significant black support, they are sadly very much delusional.

This is a clip of Ted Hayes speaking at a Tea Party Rally in Oceanside, Ca (near San Diego) on October 21, 2010. This rally was sponsored by the “Stop Taxing Us” group, founded by Gary Gonsalves.

This is a slide show which features a podcast produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center about the Black Hebrew Movement. The images are not from the SPLC, but were added.

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7 Responses to Tea Party Speaker advocates Reparations for Slavery

  1. Sunny D says:

    NO son is held RESPONSIBLE for the SINS of the FATHER…..YOU are a POS!

  2. Denotchka says:

    This is the one time I totally agree Sunny D. THIS IS NUTS! This particular group is dangerous to America. I’ve met Black Hebrews that weren’t hateful. I don’t know what they taught when I wasn’t there. Not really into cults like that.

    I get frustrated when I’m not sure what I’m dealing with. The thing that disturbed me about all these folks popping up during the election was that they didn’t seem to want to improve relations they just wanted money. Yes,they’re entitled to lost wages but this smacks of some weird stuff here even more so.

    • Roger says:

      What’s really disturbing is that people are so willing to work with such people and also much more so that we have a president that has a similar belief system that people do not want to discuss in public. I was roundly attacked and even threatened physically by local Tea Party organizers and Minutemen leaders just for bringing this up and showing some examples of what Black Hebrew-ism is all about. Some Black Hebrews are more outspoken about their beliefs than others, but I have the feeling that they all share the same basic beliefs. Some may be hiding it to some extent, because it suits their immediate purposes, as I believe Obama does. If you have belonged to such a group for 20 years, I believe people are justified in assuming that the person believes in the doctrine and that it is dangerous to assume that — for a president — he did not believe in it. I think Obama has hinted in many ways that he does have such a belief system.

      These groups have been popping up, because we are in the middle of an End-Times hysteria. The Black Hebrews and black nationalists, in general, believe that these are the End Times and a lot of other religious groups do, also. I hope people get over it soon.

  3. don preston says:

    Sounds like they are a group of Muslims.

    • Roger says:

      Don, they claim to be Black Hebrews, but all of these black groups are part of a larger black cult movement. It’s not Islam or Judaism or Christianity. This includes the Black Hebrews, Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam and the Black Liberation Theology of Obama’s “church’ and a number of other such black sects that are less well known.

  4. Kim Mitchell says:

    Roger :
    What’s really disturbing is that people are so willing to work with such people and also much more so that we have a president that has a similar belief system that people do not want to discuss in public. I was roundly attacked and even threatened physically by local Tea Party organizers and Minutemen leaders just for bringing this up and showing some examples of what Black Hebrew-ism is all about. Some Black Hebrews are more outspoken about their beliefs than others, but I have the feeling that they all share the same basic beliefs. Some may be hiding it to some extent, because it suits their immediate purposes, as I believe Obama does. If you have belonged to such a group for 20 years, I believe people are justified in assuming that the person believes in the doctrine and that it is dangerous to assume that — for a president — he did not believe in it. I think Obama has hinted in many ways that he does have such a belief system.
    These groups have been popping up, because we are in the middle of an End-Times hysteria. The Black Hebrews and black nationalists, in general, believe that these are the End Times and a lot of other religious groups do, also. I hope people get over it soon.

    Is it as disturbing to you to have had the countless caucasion presidents harboring KKK belief systems?????

    • Roger says:

      You have to be specific. Which countless Klansmen presidents, are you referring to?

      So, you think it is a good idea now to have a president with a reverse KKK-mentality, in order to punish whitey?

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