Injustice: the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department. By J. Christian Adams.
Book Review by Kevin Price, Publisher and Editor in Chief, US DailyReview.
Before the issue known as “Fast and Furious” (the controversial gun selling program that led to the death of thousands of Mexicans and a US Border Agent) was at the center of the news and now stands at the brink of bringing down Attorney General Eric Holder and potentially the Obama Government, J. Christian Adams was typing away at a book that would seriously attack the most controversial Department of Justice in decades. Adams writes with experience, having had served for five years as an attorney in the Voting Section of the United States Department of Justice. While in that position, Adams brought cases to protect a wide variety of racial minorities including blacks, Hispanics, and the first ever application of the Voting Rights Act to protect white voters.
The book combines passion with facts to grab the attention of the reader. In his book, Adams attacks the Department of Justice on many fronts and weaves a story that almost reads like fiction.
Black First, Attorney General Second
The book states that Attorney General Holder has carried around something peculiar much of his life — an old clipping of a quote from Harlem preacher Reverend Samuel D. Proctor. Holder put the clipping in his wallet in 1971, when he was studying history at Columbia University, and kept it in his wallet for decades. These are Proctor’s words: “Blackness is another issue entirely apart from class in America. No matter how affluent, educated, and mobile [a black person] becomes, his race defines him more particularly than anything else.” When asked what the passage meant to him, Holder said “It really says that…I am not the tall US attorney, I am not the thin United States Attorney, I am the black United States attorney. And he was saying that no matter how successful you are, there’s a common cause that bonds the black United States attorney with the black criminal or the black doctor with the black homeless person”… Sounds shocking for a person who is the Attorney General of all the people, but this perspective is pervasive in the Civil Rights Division of the DOJ.
Plans for the Civil Rights Division
Established in 1957 by the Eisenhower administration, the Civil Rights Division is responsible for enforcing a wide swath of laws, especially civil rights laws and voting laws. The division provides a welcome home for purveyors of fringe beliefs that are alien and repugnant to mainstream America — namely, that civil rights laws do not protect everyone equally, but only certain “oppressed” minorities… Holder clearly had big plans for the Civil Rights Division from the beginning of his tenure. At his confirmation hearing in January 2009 he called the division the “crown jewel” of the Justice Department, adding that he wanted to become attorney general in part to “restore” the division’s “great traditions” that had supposedly eroded during the Bush years. However, Holder’s tenure has been marked by racially discriminatory law enforcement, politicized and ideological hiring, court-imposed sanctions on DOJ lawyers, and corrupt decisions to allow American voter rolls to overflow with deceased citizens and ineligible felons (thus, theDOJ has found itself in the role of protecting the “voting rights” of dead voters). As shown in the still-murky details of Operation Fast and Furious — a secret operation run by the DOJ’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) that deliberately allowed guns to flow to Mexican drug cartels — the DOJ is experiencing serious problems under Holder’s leadership… the Civil Rights Division can best be described as a soap opera, within a cabal, surrounded by a racialist culture of dysfunction.
The book continues by exposing the war between what is being called the “Racialists” and the “Race Neutrals.” The historic goal of the DoJ is to foster a color blind society. This view has been largely disregarded by many in the DOJ today.
The book attempts to answer some important questions:
- How will corruption inside the Obama DOJ affect the 2012 elections?
- What is the connection between the New Black Panther Party and President Obama?
- What is the difference between “racist” and “racialist”?
- What are some of the most shocking abuses of power by the DOJ?
The book is a “fast and furious” read and is imperative for anyone concerned about the protection of liberties of all Americans. Check it out at www.EaglePub.com.
Breaking News: Attorney General Holder has been subpoenaed by the House Oversight Committee regarding what he new, and when he knew it, when it comes to the ATF’s controversial “Fast and Furious” program. Read more about it here.