Too funny! Turns out the head of Spokane NAACP is a white woman pretending to be black. (Can the NAACP discriminate based on race?)

Here’s an earlier picture of her.

Interesting NAACP statement:

Baltimore, MD – For 106 years, the National  Association for the Advancement of Colored People has held a long and proud tradition of receiving support from people of all faiths, races, colors and creeds. NAACP Spokane Washington Branch President Rachel Dolezal is enduring a legal issue with her family, and we respect her privacy in this matter. One’s racial identity is not a qualifying criteria or disqualifying standard for NAACP leadership.  The NAACP Alaska-Oregon-Washington State Conference stands behind Ms. Dolezal’s advocacy record.  In every corner of this country, the NAACP remains committed to securing political, educational, and economic justice for all people, and we encourage Americans of all stripes to become members and serve as leaders in our organization.

Hate language sent through mail and social media along with credible threats continue to be a serious issue for our units in the Pacific Northwest and across the nation. We take all threats seriously  and encourage the FBI and the Department of Justice to fully investigate each occurrence.


  1. Phil A. Minion says:

    Munchhausen syndrome?

  2. orchidcup says:

    There is no law against pretending to be black.

    • NewFormatSux says:

      Actually, there is, and she is in violation of it. The city is investigating.

  3. Phil A. Minion says:

    I had a very white nephew who had a fixation with the gangsta black rap culture. He dressed like them, walked like them, talked like them, and eventually died like them. They told me he was a “wigga”.


  4. Marc Perkel says:

    Technically – we are all 100% descendant from black people in Africa.

    • Dave says:

      When I first saw this on TV news, I thought so what, big deal.
      We all have African black in us somewhere.

    • noname says:

      Archaeologists have discovered cave paintings from 100,000 years ago showing scared black parents of the first white “cracker” baby asking if black picketers are still in front of the neighborhood Planned Parenthood clinic.

      Today we see nervous gun toting white “crackers” everywhere; I guess they were.

    • Eric says:

      Well thats a really lame excuse for what she pulled, but OK. I guess that’s how liberals justify lying.

      • jpfitz says:

        “Technically”, is what Marc remarked, with a bit of a light joke. A tie-dyed shirt wearing hippie wouldn’t mean any harm on this issue.

    • JudgeHooker says:

      Technically there is no such thing as race when it comes to human beings.

    • Rich says:

      Not quite- some say humans originated in Africa. Others say different pre-humans started here and there. Let’s go with the Out Of Africa idea.

      Some went north and stayed there in the Near East. Some went farther north yet and eventually became whites. Some were perfectly content to stay in Africa and lingered there becoming eventually what some call Africans, or African-Americans.

      There was true diversity in these early humans- some curious, some not. Some aggressive, some not. Some more intelligent, some less so. Some content to stay in the tropics and some not. Modern Africans are what was left when everyone else wanted a better place, a different place, and left. Make of that what you will.

      She’s something like 1/8 or 1/16 black. My paycheck is on that!

  5. Pat Brady and Bullet says:

    What a loser libtard.

  6. Ebony and Ivory says:

    There are many shady characters. Some are pale by comparison.

    So what?

    • Likes2LOL says:

      Hey, they albino kids would be shoe-ins for work in mushroom farms or salt mines — no SPF users need apply!

      BTW, if Rachel is Black and Caitlyn’s a woman, can’t we all relate that we’re filthy rich people trapped in non-filthy rich bodies? Just sayin’…

  7. jpfitz says:

    Who is sending the hate mail? Couldn’t they have profiled the friendly crackers or non-cracker, telling us what type of people don’t understand altruism?

  8. bobbo, in point of fact says:

    Most social conventions break at the edge.

    This forum is becoming very definitional: what is a black or white? What is male or female? What is heterosexual?

    Damn Labels!

    • noname says:

      What is “definitional”; human, dog, cat, earth, and ocean?

      My T-Shirt has a label, is that “definitional”?

      My T-Shirt is blue, is that “definitional”?

      Are dictionaries bad?

      Your rant is elitist using self-defining definitionals with circular reasoning that assumes a prejudiced understanding, that is; it’s very subjective and boring.

      • bobbo, in point of fact says:

        What is “definitional”; human, dog, cat, earth, and ocean? /// Yep. All defined terms.

        My T-Shirt has a label, is that “definitional”? /// Statutory.

        My T-Shirt is blue, is that “definitional”? /// Totally. If you start to understand how and why…you’ll be on to something. “We think with words……………and all words are defined.”

        Are dictionaries bad? /// No. They are good. They provide a neutral third party expertise that give people who read them a common basis on which to understand/discuss issues.

        Your rant is elitist /// sadly, thats true. …….. Not because of “me” though, but because of everyone else opting out. As so often encouraged: the dictionary is there for everyone.

        using self-defining definitionals /// No. The whole point is to NOT self define but rather use the dictionary.

        with circular reasoning /// reasoning comes after defining. I don’t think you quite have it yet.

        that assumes a prejudiced understanding, that is; it’s very subjective and boring. /// I agree and disagree depending on what you are specifically talking about. Most general statements are like that.

  9. NewFormatSux says:

    If Bruce is a woman,, then how can you declare this woman is not black?

  10. NewFormatSux says:

    Liberals elevated being oppressed to heroism, so that’s what she did, even making up hate mail against herself to report to the police.

  11. Clueless Clucking Clan says:

    As they say, the most sincere form of flattery is imitation.

    And it seems like everyone who isn’t black now wants to be black. So why don’t (some) black people want to be black? Could it have something to do with racism and bigotry? Or is it human tradition to be narrow-minded and promote only one race?

    I can only guess why people are laughing. Personally, I’m somewhat appalled that NO ONE seems to see the real (ugly) story here.

  12. Ah_Yea says:

    Of course the NAACP won’t discriminate against a white woman who falsely claimed her father was a black man, (which is why her parents spoke out).

    Don’t be surprised if in a year’s time she happens to be looking for work elsewhere, either.

  13. bobbo, in point of fact says:

    Of just said that she grew up with 4 Black siblings that her parents adopted.

    I’m not saying “there IS” a connection/causation there………but, I wouldn’t be surprised.

    • dave m brewer says:

      The four black children that were adopted are not her siblings.

      sibling |ˈsibliNG|
      each of two or more children or offspring having one or both parents in common; a brother or sister.

      • bobbo, in point of fact says:

        Thank you. Didn’t realize I was becoming so casual.

  14. SKINET says:

    Luke Campbell’s notes

    I am going to throw my support behind scientifically plausible magitech. These are tricks like Krasnikov tubes, Alcubierre/Van-der-Broeck warp drives, and traversable wormholes. General relativity allows a number of solutions of getting from here to there faster than a photon chugging along through flat space-time, and some of these solutions can even be accomplished with less than Jupiter masses.

    The fun thing about scientifically plausible magitech is that it leads you in all sorts of unexpected directions. You get interesting restrictions on what is possible and often your setting takes delightful unexpected twists when you consider the implications. Sometimes, you end up having to ditch cool ideas — much like ditching space fighters. For example, why take a rocket ship through a wormhole to Zeta Reticuli rather than getting on a tram through the Spokane wormhole gate directly to Port Kato, Zeta Reticuli Prime?

    It was a cool idea. Better ditch it though. Build space fighters.

  15. SKINET says:

    “The weird circumstances that we have dubbed “The Zeta Reticuli Incident” sound like they come straight from the UFO pages in one of those tabloids sold in every supermarket. But this is much more than a retelling of a famous UFO incident; it’s an astronomical detective story that at times hovers on that hazy line that separates science from fiction. It all started this way:

    The date is Sept. 19, 1961. A middle aged New Hampshire couple, Betty and Barney Hill, are driving home from a short vacation in Canada. It’s dark, with the moon and stars illuminating the wooded landscape along U.S. Route 3 in central New Hampshire. The Hills’ curiosity is aroused when a bright “star” seems to move in an irregular pattern. They stop the car for a better view. The object moves closer, and its disklike shape becomes evident.

    Barney grabs his binoculars from the car seat and steps out. He walks into a field to get a closer look, focuses the binoculars, and sees the object plainly. It has windows — and behind the windows, looking directly at him are…humanoid creatures! Terrified, Barney stumbles back to the car, throws it into first gear and roars off. But for some reason he turns down a side road where five of the humanoids are standing on the road.

    Apparently unable to control their actions, Betty and Barney are easily taken back to the ship by the humanoids. While inside they are physically examined, and one of the humanoids communicates to Betty. After the examination she asks him where they are from. In response he shows her a three-dimensional map with various sized dots and lines on it. “Where are you on the map?” the humanoid asks Betty. She doesn’t know, so the subject is dropped.

    Betty and Barney are returned unharmed to their car. They are told they will forget the abduction portion of the incident. The ship rises, and then hurtles out of sight. The couple continue their journey home oblivious of the abduction.”

    They can abduct you and change your race in space! You’ll be oblivious.

  16. SKINET says:


    The implants placed in peoples’ bodies by the Visitors, as opposed to those placed by human perpetrators down here, are for 3 reasons:

    Firstly, to assist in balancing the person’s Energy System for healing/harmonising purposes. These operate on the same principle as Reiki or Acupuncture, and are placed within the main Chakra (Energy) Points – Crown, Brow, Throat, Heart, Solar Plexus, Sacral or Coccyx, or else at minor Chakras located near joints – elbow, ankle, knee etc.

    Secondly, to assist in the refining of the Energy System. These ones also act as Keys to allow the wearer to enter other inter-dimensional Portals, for example to board the Disc. The Zeta Folk all carry these in their own bodies to enable them to travel inter-dimensionally to carry out their work.

    Thirdly, as communication and bio-feedback devices between down here and ‘up there’. Some of these are used to monitor human emotions, health, pollution levels in our bodies etc. There are also a number of ETs down here at the moment in human form, some not yet aware on the conscious level of who and what they really are. For these ones the implants allow information to be relayed back and forth. In other words, a way of ‘phoning home’.”

    They have pure food and don’t need toilets, unlike the crap we are fed. Maybe they’ll lead us to water.

  17. Pat Brady and Bullet says:

    Al Jolsen was black also. As were the radio actors on “Amos ‘n Andy. As was Jacko. So what? Who cares? If this douchebag woman can keep her hair looking like that, she deserves to be black.

  18. Mr Diesel says:

    I’d do her.

  19. Eddie says:

    It’s funny all right. That it would be illegal is strange and unexpected. The question though is, why?

    Was there something to be gained? If yes, what? Why pretend to be a supposedly “second class citizen” ? For pity? For some legal advantage? As part of a psychological disorder? Something else?

    Her parents know the reason.

    • NewFormatSux says:

      She would not be head of the NAACP Spokane chapter if not for it.

      Elizabeth Warren would not be Senator if not for it.

  20. NewFormatSux says:

    We should expand on this and tell all colleges that they cannot challenge the race that a student claims to identify with.

    • Eddie says:

      It’s an interesting thought. I wonder how that would affect Affirmative Action programs. The result could be huge.

  21. NewFormatSux says:

    As a professor, she once told a kid he didn’t look Hispanic enough to be talking.

    Also said she was scared of the all-white Tea Party crowd.

  22. Ah_Yea says:

    This woman is crazy, and I mean seriously mentally ill.

    This Washington Post article is a real eye opener.

    Mentally ill, so of course she teaches at a liberal college.

    • Ah_Yea says:

      She also just resigned as head of the NAACP branch.

      Bet someone had a “talk” with her. Didn’t take a year, didn’t even take a week.

      That Progressives for you!

  23. Likes2LOL says:

    BTW, isn’t “Rachel” a Jewish name? Is Rachel a Jewish Black? And, Caitlyn’s a female?

    Aren’t we all Jewish Black females, when you get down to it? 😉

  24. Dog Ears says:

    Reading all of this I can only think of Steve Martin in The Jerk: “I was born a poor black Child.”

  25. McCullough says:

    JUNE 15–The NAACP official who today resigned in the face of evidence that she masqueraded as black once sued Howard University for denying her teaching posts and a scholarship because she was a white woman, The Smoking Gun has learned.

    Playing both sides of the fence, the woman’s a genius I tells ya.

    • Ah_Yea says:

      I just read that also, and laughed out loud at the last part where she was fined $1000 for delaying a psychiatric examination.

      Boy, she sure needs one.

  26. jpfitz says:

    Oi, what the dickens…THE DONALD is IN the GOP race.

    Please Marc or McCullough or any moderater show The Donald foaming at the mouth today. Oh boy, things in politics have just gotten surreal.

  27. Black like me says:

    She identifies with Steve Martin:

  28. bobbo, in point of fact says:

    Best comment I’ve heard so far was from Michael Tyson who said: “Its a lie about a lie.”

    Like most excellent notions, its totally not true, yet still nicks the subject in a most sensitive spot.

    This is afterall about the nuances of a “social construct.” I’ve had deeply wounding arguments with people. People who think social constructs are real…. as well as with those who think they aren’t real at all.

    Ha, ha…………for a social animal…… its all quite telling.

    From my Memory Stick of theme songs: Its all definitional about something that is very tenuous at best. What is “a black.” What is the genetic basis that initiates the social construct? How fluid can all these things be? Self defined, or by law? For some things, and not for others.

    Its a GREAT ISSUE for a multi-racial society. I think races do exist in a very real physical/genetic sense…but the social construct takes what is real and expands it beyond all usefulness.

    Race is useful for just about nothing outside of social contexts…but is stretched into racial superiority philosophies and applications that are unsupportable sources of misery.

    Hooman Beings. What ya gonna do?

    • jpfitz says:

      I agree bobbo, the distraction IS about the social construct, and, what it means to be born from African parent/parents.

      I can’t feel your pain when someone, probably white, tries to tell you…if not for the social construct you wouldn’t be eligible for such and such. I’m guessing at the painful argument or heated discussions points.

      “Social “construction,” “constructionism” and “constructivism” are terms in wide use in the humanities and social sciences, and are applied to a diverse range of objects including the emotions, gender, race, sex, homo- and hetero-sexuality, mental illness, technology, quarks, facts, reality, and truth. This sort of terminology plays a number of different roles in different discourses, only some of which are philosophically interesting, and fewer of which admit of a “naturalistic” approach—an approach that treats science as a central and successful (if sometimes fallible) source of knowledge about the world.”

      “Perhaps the most influential version of this claim came in Thomas Kuhn’s suggestion that, “what a man sees depends both upon what he looks at and also upon what his previous visual-conceptual experience has taught him to see” (1962/1970, 113), a suggestion with some foundation in “New Look ” psychology (e.g. Briner, Postman, and Rodrigues 1951).”

      Bobbo…tell me a truth…does the woman in question anger YOU?

      • bobbo, in point of fact says:

        jp—you surprise me, and sadden me just a little bit.

        “Bobbo…tell me a truth…does the woman in question anger YOU?’ /// I could ask you to demonstrate how she might? But instead:

        1. If you believe and operate in FREEEEEEEEEDOM mode, very little that other people do will upset you. That is of course, absent physically hurting other people.

        2. She’s done nothing to me, how could I be hurt and therefore angry at her?

        3. On its own… someone lying about their race…. how is “anyone” hurt by that?

        4. Its why DYsons comment was so applicable: “a lie about a lie.” How could THAT hurt anyone/me?

        5. I assume she has “a story” that like all our stories is all consuming for ourselves, and means nothing to anyone else. How can anything that means nothing to me bring happiness or pain?

        6. I wish her and all other poor peoples of the Earth, the best life they may positions themselves for. I have………and I’m barely getting by.

        jp==you got to do better. Your foot is through the door…. keep walking………maybe a light jog?

        Ha, ha…ICMSU.

  29. In other news, Caitlyn Jenner is REALLY worried about trans fat now.

  30. You started it !


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