November 22, 2017

Far Greater Than Pointing Out the Obvious

Because of a friend, I often read articles written by Richard Fernandez, “Wretchard.” He is, perhaps, one of the best, if not the best, in my set-apart way of thinking, in observing the obvious, and sometimes not so obvious, and then pointing it out while at the same time offering interesting historical perspective and sometimes a varied commentary on the obvious. I like his style and his technique, however…. Isn’t there always a however?

However, like most journalists, with their own thoughts or being an echo chamber for whatever blows one’s dress up, he falls short in providing answers, or even suggestions as to what and/or whom is behind the obvious and not so obvious events spinning at rapid pace throughout our society.

In the article I read this morning, Wretchard says it all began back in 2005 when Larry Summers, then president of Harvard, dared point out the possibility that there might be differences between a man and a woman’s aptitude.

I can’t say “it” all began back in 2005. A Bible scholar, that is a real one not a manufactured product of the Vatican, might argue that “it” began back in the Garden of Eden. But let’s not get sidetracked.

So what is “it” and why is it so important?

As Wretchard points out that it became criminal to call a spade a spade, i.e. to call an “illegal” immigrant, that is someone residing in this country illegally, an illegal immigrant. This has been followed by Same Sex Marriage ins and outs, morphing into the most rapid promotion of homosexuality, transgenderism, lesbianism, bisexualism, gayism and queerism ever witnessed in this world’s history when it comes to the promotion of the destruction of a society.

Within this rush to immorality, people are now allowed to be any sex they want to at any moment in time and as such, I suppose it must be troubling and discriminatory that someone so messed up in their clouded, manipulated minds that they can’t, in a moments notice, when headed for the bathroom (or whatever that room is called now), make up their minds to be a man or a woman and so transgendered bathrooms are in hot demand.

Racism is so out of control that sick, perverted, insane and mentally ill people insist there is no such thing as a race. Instead we are all social constructs. How nice.

The latest out-of-control assault on anything normal is things attacking statues. Tear them all down. They represent hate, we are being told. People hate it when things remind them of hate and so they become hateful and destroy those images…well, that is only those that cause them to hate. Other hateful things can remain because that’s the totalitarian way of doing things. Geez, I hate that.

These are all obvious things and are being well pointed out by Mr. Fernandez. But why are they happening? Is this just some random event, the result of a random existence of masses of people? I think not. So why doesn’t Wretchard and other journalists dig beyond the obvious and even beyond the not so obvious? Are they incapable? Do they not suspect? Do they fear the truth? What are the reasons?

I suppose one would have to be vacant any kind of independent thought to at least ask themselves if all of these events, all designed to destroy what has existed, is some part of a plan that goes beyond ___________(you fill in the blank with the organization that is running on red alert full of hatred.)?

The statue bashing has been going on for quite some time. Today it is at a fever pitch. What puzzles me to no end is that these people doing the statue bashing, don’t know anything about the particular statue in question or any other statue, regardless of where it sits. In their heads, all statues represent hate. Well, hell maybe they do. But is this how we address the issue? Evidently. Fight hate with hate. Smart.

My brother told me today that people are so blinded and willfully ignorant – but mind you I shouldn’t be saying this because it will only cause more hate – they think they are tearing down and protesting statues of either the history of the “Right” or the history of the “Left,” even though they don’t know whose is whose. They are clueless that these statues are all images of “the history of the U.N.’s occult dominance in all affairs.” What the U.N.’s Occult Dominance in all affairs is, is the root of all evil in this world and a subject that can only be covered by someone who is seeking the truth as a way of gaining an accurate understanding of why I have to share a bathroom with someone who, at this moment, decided to be of the male gender.

Unless you live completely off the grid, which I wish I did, it is obvious these things are happening all around us. We read someone’s perspective on what’s happening but never why, or who is behind it and why.

My brother also told me that “‘I don’t believe anything,’ is the new normal.” People have become manufactured to disbelieve in the real God because he just doesn’t exist. And yet, they are exceeding quick to believe in all things Satan. If Satan exists then how can you deny the existence of our Creator? Without that existence what is the reason that Satan would need to exist?

In Yehwah’s Word, He warns us that all of these things going on in the world today must come about before He returns again. Often forgotten, is His promise to take care of those who are his followers. He told us not to get worked up over these events. And so there’s the best answer because it is God’s answer and not man’s answer.

As a follower of Yehwah and His Son, with the Spirit of Truth living in you, guiding your life, you are set apart from all of this. It helps to have wisdom and knowledge about the whos and whys behind these hideous, evil, events driving our society today.

Ephesians 6:12 tells us: “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, and against the worldly governors, the princes of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness, which are in the high places.”

That verse definitively tells us who is behind, and has been behind, all the earthly events which have and are driving this nation to, excuse the accurate expression, hell.

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Perhaps Not Such a Random Thought and Comment

I have, for the most part, stopped watching television news. Need I explain why? However, I think it was yesterday, as I was sitting at my computer writing, I could hear on the television in the next room a news story of how one Middle School, somewhere in America, was celebrating “culture day,” whatever that is. I think it is part of what is called “spirit week.” Probably the spirit is that of Satan, but I digress.

One student brought in a Confederate Flag for his representation of “culture.” The police were called immediately. The young man was arrested and suspended from school (I don’t know for how long). The next day all the black students skipped class and gathered in protest outside the school building. Their actions were applauded.

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Black Rifles Matter Insanity Won’t Stop

 

The insanity continues over “black.” I guess if you want to be an idiot, a moron, or get cramps in your butt, one excuse is as good as any other. And, so, I’ll repeat the old-timers’ saying from years ago: A man wanted to borrow his neighbor’s ax. When he asked him to borrow it, the neighbor said, “No! It’s Tuesday!” The man asked what Tuesday had to do with it, the neighbor relied, “Nothing! But if I don’t want you to borrow my ax, one excuse is as good as another.”

So those that want to find things where things don’t exist and be so stupid they can’t understand simple things, any excuse will do to act stupid. In the case of perceived “racism” a “Black Rifles Matter” sign in Boothbay Harbor, Maine sure is cutting the cake and getting frosting all over everything.

In this Online report, evidently borrowing someone’s play on words or slogan or rally cry, is illegal…well, that is if any of the words happen to be black.

In this report (warning: your browser will be seriously frozen and delayed due to all the forced advertisements) someone, perhaps from the Black Lives Matter movement, says that borrowing the slogan, “makes light of” the BLM movement. I suppose, by design, we get so embroiled in hatred we can’t see good in anything.

I wonder who began the ridiculous towel waving/spinning nonsense at football games? Whoever started it (I hope they didn’t use white towels) must have been like really pissed or something when another team’s fans, lacking originality and/or independent thought (and no doubt were racists), “made light of” the other teams’ fans because they began waving towels. Now everybody does it. And they use different colored towels. I wonder water the real racist message is? Don’t they, like, get it man?

President Obama stole the Pepsi logo when he ran for president. I guess he must have been promoting racism against Pepsi, well, because I think the head of Pepsi, is like, white or something.

What nonsense!

I wrote a piece telling it like this, but I like and agree with this guy who says: “Having a conversation about the abuse of rights—whether we’re talking about gun rights or the right of all of us, including minorities, to be treated fairly by the police—is something the whole country needs to engage in again and again until the message is received and followed.  And we won’t protect one right if we ignore others or seek favoritism for only some—rights or people.”

Have you wonder if anyone else is talking about this? Take a look below. And there are many, many more.

Related articles across the web

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The World’s Insanity Strongly Revealed in Boothbay Harbor, Maine

Back in August I posted on this website a photograph of a hand-made sign displayed, legally, on a person’s front lawn in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. Here’s the photo:

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It appears as though one Maine newspaper decided they would write a story about how the sign is racist. Upon further review, i.e. reading the article and the comments following (don’t forget to read the comments for the entertainment value and to substantiate my claim of the world’s insanity.) the world has definitely gone way off the deep end.

It seems that the word “black” needs to be stricken from the dictionary, and while we’re at it, let’s remove white, brown, red, olive, yellow…I guess any and all references to color.

My questions: Who named African Americans (if that’s the politically correct term to use) black? Who coined the term, “Black Lives Matter?” Who coined the term black rifle? And why does any of this make a bit of difference except for the fact that it involves guns? Isn’t that really the key? If the sign read, “Black Birds Matter,” would that be racist?

Back in August, I posted on this website, an announcement of a campaign called, “Black Guns Matter.” I haven’t heard of any complaints of racism in the promotion of this campaign. Is it because the person who began the campaign is black?

No, this isn’t a racist sign. It appears it’s about a man who changed one word of a well-recognized slogan, exercised his First Amendment Right to free speech, erected his sign legally, all for the purpose of pushing back against another man who doesn’t think his Second Amendment right matters. If changing the word is a crime, then all the world is guilty of taking somebody else’s slogan and using it for their own purposes. And, does a billionaire have more right to take away the Second Amendment, than a common man has at exercising his First Amendment right to protect his Second?

GEEZUS!

Those claiming it’s racist are using the sign as a distraction because they are realizing their efforts to ban the Second Amendment cannot be justified. Pulling out the race card is for LOSERS!

About all else I will say in regard to this action and reaction is that if you think this sign is racist, YOU ARE INSANE!

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U.S. Justice Department Report on Baltimore Policing: “Evidence of a Vindictive, Politically-Motivated Obama DOJ,”

Press Release from the National Center for Public Policy Research:

Department of Justice Report, “Investigation of the Baltimore City Police Department,” Comes on Heels of Failed Prosecution of Six Baltimore Police Officers in Freddie Gray Case

163-Page Report Was Highly Critical of Baltimore City Police Department

Hicks Says DOJ Report Contains “Classic Leftist Class/Race Theory,” Calls it Insulting to the Baltimore City Police Department

Hicks Says, “I Smell Another Federal Consent Decree That Will Federalize Baltimore’s Struggling Law Enforcement Officers… on the Heels of an Unprecedented National War on Cops — and Cop-Killing at Levels the Nation Has Not Seen Before.”


Los Angeles, CA /Washington, D.C.
– Project 21’s Joe R. Hicks has reviewed just-released U.S. Department of Justice report, “Investigation of the Baltimore City Police Department,” investigating the police department of the city of Baltimore, and found it wanting.

“After wading through 163 pages of tedious government-speak, it turns out the Department of Justice’s indictment of the Baltimore police department rests on the controversial liberal/leftist theory of ‘disparate impact,’ which argues that any practice or policy that results in a disproportionate impact on ‘protected groups’ is inherently racially biased. Apparently, too many black residents of Baltimore have been stopped, searched, arrested or jailed. What should that number be to satisfy Loretta Lynch, our nation’s unapologetically-ideological Attorney general? Crickets. In issuing this report, Barack Obama’s DOJ, now seemingly acts as the legal arm of the nation’s radical black activists,” says Joe R. Hicks, political commentator and Project 21 member.

“Combining classic leftist class/race theory, the report argues that there are ‘two Baltimores, one wealthy and largely white, the second impoverished and predominantly black’ to argue that deployment of scarce police resources to poor, violent, crime-ridden black neighborhoods is something that violates federal law. However, more accurate is the fact that little in the way of crime occurs in Baltimore’s ‘predominantly white’ areas, while crime, violence and homicide is at crisis levels in poor black parts of the city. Lynch unwittingly verifies this, saying in her report that ‘BPD made roughly 44 percent of its stops in two small, predominantly African-American districts’ containing only 11 percent of the city’s population.’ Without tackling the undergirding and important questions of why some of the predominantly poverty-stricken neighborhoods wallow in crime and dysfunction, the DOJ report insultingly indicts an entire police agency as an aggressive, out-of-control department that prays on the people it is sworn to protect and serve,” Hicks continued.

“Baltimore is the nation’s 21st largest city, with a population that is 63 percent black. The city has been under the control of the Democrat party since 1967, when the city last had a Republican mayor, Theodore McKeldin. Under Democrat rule, Baltimore has struggled with growing crime and violence, with 2015 being the most deadly year in the city’s history, with 344 homicides — nearly all young black men killed by other black youths. Despite the inference that Baltimore is a segregated center of racial intolerance, the city’s politics have been controlled largely by liberal black Democrats for decades. Its city council is predominantly black, its mayor is black and more than half of its police force is comprised of minorities and women and 54 percent of its command staff are from racial minorities. This is hardly Selma Alabama circa 1963,” Hicks added.

Hicks continued: “It is more than suspicious that this DOJ report is issued within weeks of Marilyn Mosby’s announcement that, as the state’s prosecutor, she was forced to drop all charges against six Baltimore police officers because she simply had no actual evidence of any wrongdoing. More evidence of a vindictive, politically-motivated Obama DOJ? I suggest that this is the case. The Justice Department’s report says ‘it looks forward to working… to create lasting reforms.’ I smell another federal consent decree that will federalize Baltimore’s struggling law enforcement officers, as has now happened in numerous cities like Ferguson, Missouri. This, on the heels of an unprecedented national war on cops — and cop-killing at levels the nation has not seen before.”

Joe R. Hicks is a member of the Project 21 black leadership network, is the vice president of Community Advocates, Inc., a privately-funded Los Angeles-based political think-tank.

For more than 35 years, Hicks has been an active and high-profile figure. Beginning in the turbulent 1960s and into the 1990s, Hicks’ views were aligned with what he describes as the “orthodoxy of left – liberalism.” By the mid-1990s, however, he began a lengthy re-examination process that resulted in dramatically-altered political views and positions. Today, his views often stand at odds with the beliefs with which he was long associated, and he now identifies himself as a political conservative.

Representing Project 21, he has been a guest on the Fox News Channel, CNN, NBC, Newsmax TV, SiriusXM satellite radio, USA Radio Network, Salem Broadcasting, Westwood One and other national television and radio networks, and his opinion articles and interviews have appeared in national and international print media such as the Washington Post andOrlando Sentinel. A former analyst and commentator for PJTV.com, he hosted “The Hicks File” and “The Minority Report” programs for the web-based media outlet. From 2005 to 2008, he also hosted the weekly “Joe Hicks Show” on KFI-AM in Los Angeles.

Prior to co-founding CAI, Hicks served as the executive director of the Los Angeles City Human Relations Commission from 1997 to 2001. In the early 1990s, Hicks was executive director of the Greater Los Angeles chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference — the civil rights group formed by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Hicks previously served as a member of the Board of Governors for the California State Bar as well as on the California Advisory Panel to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.

In 2007, Hicks testified on behalf of Project 21 before the U.S. House of Representatives regarding proposed legislation to create a “special resource study of sites associated with the life of Cesar Estrada Chavez and the farm labor movement.” Hicks, who had worked with Chavez, noted that “labor leaders who lead non-UFW farm worker associations hotly dispute the notion that Chavez or the UFW ever represented their views and challenge what they see as ‘mythology’ surrounding Chavez.”

See Joe Hicks talk about the Black Lives Matter movement on the Fox News Channel’s The Kelly File here and, also on The Kelly File, the Baltimore riots linked to the Freddie Gray case here. Some of many other media interviews by Joe Hicks are available here.

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Baltimore Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby Condemned for Remarks, Actions in Freddie Gray Case

Press Release from the National Center for Public Policy Research:

“Abusing her power in this way makes her unfit to continue in this office”

“If Mosby had a single shred of dignity she would resign her post immediately”

“Her decision to unleash a prosecution on six individuals without evidence of criminal wrongdoing is as wrong as the inflammatory prosecutorial tactics of Michael Nifong”

“Trials are not… tools to quell a restless crowd”

“Perhaps Mosby would be better suited to criminal defense law”

“There is no excuse for the kind of rhetoric that Prosecutor Mosby has employed”

“Stunning ignorance and incompetence”

“Mosby gave encouragement to the street thugs who now literally control Baltimore streets at nightfall”

Los Angeles/St. Louis/Washington – Black conservative leaders Joe Hicks, Stacy Washington and Horace Cooper are responding to the fiery press conference today by Maryland State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, who essentially blamed the Baltimore Police Department for her failure to win convictions in cases against police officers in the death of Freddie Gray.

Mosby was the lead prosecutor in the government’s case against six police officers in the April 2015 death of Gray until announcing today that the state is dropping its prosecution after failing to win convictions in the first four trials.

Mosby claimed the failure of her prosecution team to win convictions was due to “an inherent bias that is a direct result of when police police themselves.” The police strongly denied the allegation of bias and noted that Mosby’s office had the legal authority to conduct its own investigation, but did not.

Black leaders affiliated with Project 21 are critical of Mosby.

“Today we saw further evidence that Marilyn Mosby’s stunning ignorance and incompetence is combined with the arrogance and racial truculence of a common street activist,” said Joe R. Hicks, a Los Angeles-based political commentator and Project 21 member.

“Unable or unwilling to admit something that is apparent to even the most casual observer – that absent reasonable cause, she attempted to persecute six innocent Baltimore police officers – Mosby spoke to the media and lobbed yet more racial hand grenades. Apparently she hoped that doing so would somehow help to save her ragged and tattered credibility,” Hicks continued.

“The case brought by Mosby never had any substance and was driven only by the outrageous political zeal of this race-obsessed prosecutor. Mosby’s outrageous statements fanned the flames of racial victimization and division, which serves no purpose, except perhaps her own demented sense of ‘social justice,'” said Hicks.

“Intentionally or not, Mosby gave encouragement to the street thugs who now literally control Baltimore streets at nightfall. The city’s homicide rate was up 44 percent between 2014 and 2015, and on a per capita basis, Baltimore’s current homicide rate is the deadliest in city history. The majority of Baltimore’s homicide victims and perpetrators are black – as they are nationally. Viewed in that light, Mosby’s politically-skewed prosecutions of police will mean more black community members will die. Feeling unsupported and persecuted, police will understandably pull back from the aggressive police tactics that have been shown to work prior to the current war on cops that has made police work difficult and deadly from Dallas to Baton Rouge,” continued Hicks.

“Playing the victim, Mosby claimed her failed, incompetent efforts to prosecute the Baltimore officers was somehow ‘one step closer to equality,’ thereby showing her contempt for the laws she is sworn to uphold. Her job isn’t to achieve ‘equality’ for any particular group, but to be a strong and unbiased voice for justice under the law. However, from the beginning Marilyn Mosby acted as a racial advocate pursuing a racial agenda undistinguished from the nihilistic black mobs who roamed the streets of Baltimore during several nights of terror, arson and looting. If Mosby had a single shred of dignity she would resign her post immediately and offer a public apology for her actions in this case,” Hicks concluded.

“Marilyn Mosby seems unable to comprehend that her own actions are responsible for the lack of convictions in the Freddie Gray case,” said Project 21’s Stacy Washington, a St. Louis radio talk show host. “By overcharging the officers she guaranteed their exoneration. This is truly shameful. Now Americans are stuck with acquittals stained by a cloud of accusations. Prosecutor Mosby’s tone is also an issue. Listening to someone in a position of authority railing and screaming into a microphone distracts from the actual message. If the statements made by Mosby about ‘police policing themselves’ are true, her manner of disseminating this information reduces the impact of her accusations.”

“Meanwhile, the safety of the residents of Baltimore is negatively impacted,” Washington continued. “Fewer police officers means more crime. While the homicide rate is up the number of new applications for Baltimore police force trainees is up as well, which is a silver lining. Another bit of good news is that the Baltimore police, working alongside the community, have implemented a number of new initiatives: body cams, transportation truck cams, training on use of force, to name a few, that will ensure better relations between the police and the community. There is no excuse for the kind of rhetoric that Prosecutor Mosby has employed.”

“Looking ahead,”Washington concluded, “she faces defamation and invasion of privacy suits from the two remaining officers charged in the Freddie Gray case. Perhaps Mosby would be better suited to criminal defense law instead of working for the state as a prosecutor.”

Legal commentator Horace Cooper, co-chairman of Project 21 and former assistant law professor at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University in Virginia, said, “These cases have finally come to an end. They should never have begun. Even as she acknowledged the dismissal of all charges against the remaining officers, Marilyn Mosby appears to not have realized the seriousness of her missteps. Trials are not fact-finding opportunities nor are they tools to quell a restless crowd. They are serious measures representing the awesome power of government that should only go forward when there is a high confidence of criminality and a likelihood of a conviction.”

“Her speech after the announcement was unfortunate and disgraceful,” Cooper added. “Her comments were likely to leave the public with the impression that America’s legal system is unfair and unjust. Her responsibility to embrace the law was rejected by her unwillingness to accept the failures of her department and the reality that one possible reason she never was able to succeed in these cases is because these accused men and women were innocent.”

“Abusing her power in this way makes her unfit to continue in this office. She may not have destroyed evidence or planted evidence, but her decision to unleash a prosecution on six individuals without evidence of criminal wrongdoing is as wrong as the inflammatory prosecutorial tactics of Michael Nifong,” Cooper continued.

“America in the 21st century should be past the days when the lynch mob decides who lives or dies — or who is charged and who is set free. Unfortunately for the residents of Baltimore their representative in the DA’s office remains stuck in a bygone era where there is more interest in appealing to the crowd than to lady justice. This is sad,” concluded Cooper.

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, a liberal, told CNN today that Mosby’s remarks were “not helpful”:

“They’re absolutely not helpful,” Rawlings-Blake said. “When you insinuate that the process is rigged, that is, I think, an unfair statement about the judge and about the investigation – especially when she purported to do her own independent investigation in her initial press conference.”

Rawlings-Blake also told CNN, “… I have never and will never use my position to give the impression to the community that they should not have confidence in the people who have sworn to serve them.”

Anthony Batts, who served as Baltimore police commissioner at the time of Gray’s death, was sharply critical of Mosby in a Baltimore Sun story by Justin George Wednesday, calling her “immature,” “incompetent” and “vindictive.” Batts, who, like Mayor Rawlings-Blake, is not affiliated with Project 21, was fired by Rawlings-Blake after riots sparked by the Gray case and an increase in homicides in the city.

Baltimore City has said the trials against the police officers cost the city $7.47 million. The city also has paid $6.4 million to Gray’s family.

See Horace Cooper discussing racial issues on Fox’s O’Reilly Factor here and here, on MSNBC’s Hardball here, on Arise TV here and the Freddie Gray riots in Baltimore on OAN TV here.

See Stacy Washington recount the threats she personally witnessed against police officers in Ferguson, MO on CNN here, the Black Lives Matter movement here on Fox’s The Kelly File here, the murder of police officers in Dallas on NewsMax TV here.

See Joe Hicks talk about the Black Lives Matter movement on the Fox News Channel’s The Kelly File here and, also on The Kelly File, the Baltimore riots linked to the Freddie Gray case here. Some of many other media interviews by Joe Hicks are available here.

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Project 21 members have been quoted, interviewed or published over 35,000 times since the program was created in 1992. It 
is sponsored by the National Center for Public Policy Research.  Contributions to the National Center are tax-deductible and greatly appreciated, and may be earmarked exclusively for the use of Project 21.

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“Bitter Clingers” A Reality?

Pat Buchanan writes of “The Great White Hope” as an explanation of why angry white men are following Donald Trump: “When our cultural and political elites celebrate “diversity” and clamor for more, what are they demanding, if not fewer white males in the work force and in the freshman classes at Annapolis and Harvard?

What is the moral argument for an affirmative action that justifies unending race discrimination against a declining white working class, who have become the expendables of our multicultural regime?

“Angry white male” is now an acceptable slur in culture and politics.”

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These are “The Bitter People”

“It’s not surprising,” Barack Obama volunteered to his San Francisco high-donors, that such folks, “get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them…”

Did Barack Obama believe his racist statement at the time? Or, is this what he hoped to accomplish in the 8 years the Council on Foreign Relations gave him to carry out orders and etch his legacy into future fake history books?

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A Maine National Park Would Be Racist – a Place to Lynch Black People, Promote “White Privilege”

You can’t make this stuff up. It’s just too bizarre and perverted. However, the National Park Service Deputy Director for Communications and Community Assistance, Mickey Fearn, told the world that black people don’t visit our national parks because there are trees there and those trees remind them of lynchings – this according to Sultan Knish on his website.

The United State’s first national park was Yellowstone. It opened in 1872, a few years after the Emancipation Proclamation. Not that some lynchings of black people didn’t happen after the Proclamation but I doubt there were many in our national parks. So, it must be the trees that some within the administration of the National Park Service find offensive. That presents a real problem.

According to Knish, the origins of such nonsense came from a person who was denied tenure at U Cal Berkeley and this was because of racism, she claims, not failure to achieve according to academic standards of the university. Knish writes of Carolyn Finney: “These days she’s a diversity advisor to the U.S. National Parks Advisory Board. What wasn’t good enough for UC Berkeley is good enough for national parks. She is also the author of Black Faces, White Spaces. In it she claims that “oppression and violence against black people in forests and other green spaces can translate into contemporary understandings that constrain African-American environmental understandings.” Yessiree Bub! You betcha!

If Finney, and evidently Fearn, are representative of the direction the National Park Service is headed and the goals they intend to achieve, one has to seriously consider whether such below-the-dung-heap, brainless and perverted idiots should be part of any proposed national park or national monument like the ones being pushed in Maine. Why do we allow our tax dollars to be spent on such programs and the representatives of them?

While most of the debate in Maine has been whether or not the local residents want a national park in their back yards and whether it actually would hurt or help the economy, to this point I haven’t heard much talk about the psychological make-up of members of the administration of the National Park Service. I certainly hope others see such beliefs as far from normal.

We also know that President Obama appointed Roxanne Quimby, the individual who owns the land that she is determined to either make into a national park or a national monument, to the Board of Directors of the National Park Foundation.

Certainly I’m not remotely suggesting that Roxanne Quimby, because she wants a national park in Maine, is a racist or promotes the insanity of the individuals calling the existence of trees racism. One would have to be totally lacking in any brain matter at all to think that the establishment or existence of a national park, or any park for that matter, is somehow racially connected. What should come into question however, is the mental stability, along with real racism that may exist with the administrative structure of the National Park Service/Foundation.

It is one thing to call out legitimate racial issues and expose them for all the right and proper reasons. This is utter nonsense, that if brought to the forefront of any kind of discussions on race only a short time ago, would have resulted in straight jackets and institutionalization. Anyone who sees a tree as a threat to them due to “white privilege” and racism, don’t need education in racism, they need to be immediately removed from their influences within the National Park Service…for starters.

Knish further writes: “Influential figures in the National Park Service reject the fundamental idea of preserving natural beauty. They view a forest as a “white concept” full of scary racist trees. Or at least that’s what they claim.”

So what are we supposed to do with all the trees – at least those big enough to hang a person from? This, I’m sure, if agreed upon by the U.S. Government, should result in the immediate destruction of all trees and anything that tree might remind a sufferer of this syndrome of.

Knish further expounds of the diversion tactic of this nonsense in order to continue the “Shartoning” of this nation, i.e. destroying the national parks in order to deflect the money from “racist” parks to prop up more racial programs – the likes of which Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson have made a living. I’ll let readers decide on that one.

Regardless of the desire for results of those whackos who make such absurd statements, they are representatives of the National Park Service. Shouldn’t it be for that reason alone, the State of Maine, and any other state, should do whatever is necessary to make sure that a United States Government that appoints/allows people who say and do insane things, has no further holding and control over them.

If nothing else, Roxanne Quimby and her representatives, should publicly denounce such extremists statements, demanding that these people no longer have influence over the National Park Service. If that is not sincerely done, then Quimby should resign her position on the board of directors.

If not, then what are we left to think?

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Random Thoughts and Comments

Well, perhaps not so random.

Evidently there were violent protests outside a Trump rally in Mexifornia, where protesters, mostly of Mexican decent, jumped on police cars and other outstanding acts of idiocy, while waving Mexican flags. My comment is a question. If it so goddamn wonderful here in the United States, then why not wave the American Flag instead of the flag of the place you disliked so much you had to leave? Or is it somebody is paying them enough money to wave the Mexican flag so as to foment more hatred?

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I do recall while I was in the U.S. Military during the early 1970s, everyone was required to take a government-crafted race relations class (wink, wink). I grew up in a northern, predominantly-white state and had no thoughts one way or another about race. As a matter of fact, a man I befriended while in Boot Camp, happened to be a black man. We hung out when we could and shared puffs on cigarettes, etc,…until the “brothers” threatened him with his life if he didn’t stop hanging out with a “whitey.” Thus began my real race relations schooling.

But, back to race relations class. After a week of classes, in which with each successive day I built up more anger and resentment toward the blacks, in general – something I never experienced before in my life – we were required to take two tests. The point of the tests, supposedly, was to prove that testing can be white-biased and/or black-biased, i.e. if a white man took a black-biased test, he might experience what black men face taking a, so-called, white-biased test, provided of course that such test taker was a product of government-sponsored education, propaganda and fomenting of hatred. If you happened not to be, Government was going to make sure you were one way or another.

I got a perfect score on both tests and was immediately kicked out of the class.

I wonder why?

Over the years I have learned that almost all events in life that originate from governments are designed to fail in positive ways, but winning is what we see in society today – more hatred and racism.

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John Boehner is heard telling a group of people that Ted Cruz is “Lucifer in the flesh.” I made a comment the other day that if anyone should be able to recognize “Lucifer in the flesh” it would be him. Of course his comment was meant to be a joke. Bwahahahahahahahahaaha

Evidently Lucifer in the Flesh’s father didn’t like that comment and decided to lash out at Boehner by attacking Donald Trump. While claiming the high ground, Rafael Cruz said that Ted is essentially the only man in the world who knows, understands and follows God’s word. Really? I think I heard similar statements before….. and millions of people have died at the hands of the Vatican.

One has to wonder, that if a person is so heavily into God and his Word, how can he therefore exclaim, “If you vote according to the word of God, there’s only one candidate you can vote for,”

It is my thought that if you are following God’s word, you wouldn’t be participating in the biggest fraud and deception this country promotes that works so hard at destroying God’s word.

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John Wayne Day in California isn’t going to happen because all the minorities that aren’t minorities anymore, are offended by John Wayne.  If that’s how the game is played, let’s make a list!

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Idiots in the Media are saying that one football player, once believed to go high in the Draft, which began last night, instead of getting drafted in the top 5 or 6 fell to 13th, overall, because somebody released a video showing him with a gas mask on smoking pot with a bong. If that how the game is played, let’s make a list.

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China is building military bases in the South China Sea. The United States doesn’t like that. So, how many military bases does the U.S. have scattered around the world? – 662 in 38 foreign countries comes to mind.

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And finally, for all you devout Catholics who believe you must go to a confessional to tell the “father” all your secrets/sins in order to be worthy of….of….of….well, I dunno what it makes you worthy of. But soon, you will be able to spill your guts to the pope through a robot. I wonder if the machine will take paper money or credit cards only? What could possible go wrong?

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