Friday, July 23, 2010
Before I start I'd like to ask you for a few things. First, take the time to go through this entire post, be warned, this is not a quick one. There is a ton of info here. It has taken weeks of research, and many hours to write. Click on every link in this story and read, (or watch), everything you are brought to in it's entirety. Secondly, spread the word. I'm not afraid of what I'm about to show you. Send this to everyone you can think of. Some of this is very important to know, for too many of us don't know enough of this stuff and it's proving devastating to our country. This is the first story I've ever done that was big enough to have not only an intro but acknowledgements at the end showing you the sources offline that gave me some of the info. Here we go.
It's always considered a controversial topic, race. There are few areas where liberal hypocrisy is more outrages than when the issue of racism is brought up. You'll notice that I've spelled black with 3 k's in the title above. I'll be continuing that just about every time I mention the Blackkk Panther Party in this post.
I'm going to show you some history and of course provide the resources and proof not only showing the similarities between the KKK and the Blackkk Panthers, but also exposing the accurate history of racial politics in our society. While everyone has made mistakes in the past, especially in the younger years, teenagers etc. Those mistakes teach us life lessons that make us into the adults we grow to be. Some learn from mistakes, others ignore them. It's time to start learning.
Before we begin I'd like to note that I will be using many links and quotes, (with sources of course). I will also be using a good deal of information from History.com and while at times I'll show highlights from topics I will also include a link for you to see the information for yourself. Some may call this post controversial, you'll have to decide that for yourselves. Perhaps I'll be criticized, perhaps not. Either way it's time to expose the Liberal lies for what they are, lies.
Let's start with the most obviously exploited topic of groups like the Blackkk Panthers and so called civil rights leaders, slavery. After that we'll talk about racism.
"Although twenty Africans were sold to settlers in Virginia as early as 1619, throughout most of the seventeenth century white indentured servants were far more numerous in the English mainland colonies than African slaves."
In case anyone doesn't know what that means. This is saying that most slaves throughout the 1600's weren't African slaves sold through the slave trade to colonial whites. An indentured slave was someone, (in many cases white at the time), who owed a debt to another for whatever reason. If you couldn't pay off the debt then you worked off the debt as a slave. Encyclopedia Britannica describes it as this:
Indentured servant - a person who signs and is bound by indentures to work for another for a specified time especially in return for payment of travel expenses and maintenance.
Again via History.com
"Only after 1680, when the flow of indentured migrants from Europe diminished, did European servitude increasingly give way to African slavery. By the middle of the eighteenth century, slavery existed in all thirteen colonies and formed the heart of the agricultural labor system in the southern colonies."
We must keep in mind that before the Revolutionary War the colonies were an extension of England. England used the slave trade in the colonies and therefore the colonies all participated in the slave trade so all had slavery. George Washington had slaves but you should read more about his belief as to what would in time become of slavery here.
"George Washington's attitude toward slavery changed as he grew older. During the Revolution, as he and fellow patriots strove for liberty, Washington became increasingly conscious of the contradiction between this struggle and the system of slavery. By the time of his presidency, he seems to have believed that slavery was wrong and against the principles of the new nation."
Part of what made the slavery issue escalate from our founding up until the Civil War was the fact that the country had repeatedly avoided dealing with it. There were even 2 instances before we won the Revolutionary War that slavery could have been abolished.
1. When the 20 African slaves sold to Virginia in 1619, (mentioned above), first arrived the colonist could have emancipated them and didn't.
2. When Thomas Jefferson first drafted the Declaration of Independence with the "Committee of Five" he included the indictment of England's imposition of slavery on the colonies. Read about the Committee of Five first, then I'll explain.
Congress would not tolerate the Committee of Five s original language condemning Britain for introducing the slave trade to its American colonies as a "cruel war against human nature itself, violating its most sacred rights of life & liberty."
What's interesting is that both John Adams and Thomas Jefferson were members of the Committee of Five. While George Washington warned of political parties John Adams and Thomas Jefferson's disagreements with each other in time led to early establishment of political parties, although it wasn't at all quite like it is today.
This showed that both Republicans and Democrats as they are now known stood against slavery, (even though Jefferson owned slaves he knew it was wrong and also knew a time would come when it would end).
Remember now, "Congress would not tolerate the Committee of Fives original language". Objection from South Carolina, (the first southern state to succeed from the union after the election of President Abraham Lincoln in 1860), and other southern states who also objected to the committees language followed suit. It was through southern slave-state objection that the language regarding slavery was eliminated from the Declaration of Independence. This forced the addressing of slavery to the future yet again.
During the American Revolution there were African-Americans fighting with the American colonists. During the Revolution Congress blocked the proposals sent to it that wanted to free slaves who fought for the revolution, the southern states blocked these proposals.
Beyond the Declaration of Independence there was the Constitutional Compromise. Basically the northern free states, New England, wanted to count slaves toward taxes but not toward representation in the House of Representatives. The slave states of the south obviously objected to this.
The reached compromise counted slaves as 3/5 of a person. This move gave an advantage to the South because counting slaves as 3/5 of a person gave the south more seats in the House of Representatives due to the high population of slaves. While this did indeed make the Constitution imperfect on slavery, without the Compromise the foundation of this nation wouldn't have been realized.
Then you had the Missouri Compromise, and the Compromise of 1850, which continued to delay the inevitable. There could be no middle ground on slavery. You either supported it, or opposed it.
The modern day Republicans like to point out that it was the Republicans who fought to free the slaves and the Democrats who fought to maintain it. The Democrats try to dispute that by claiming that the parties somehow switched. As if one day all of the southern Democrats decided to become Republicans and vice verse. This of course is nonsense as nothing is quite that black and white.
Republicans of the 1860's were pretty much united against slavery, but the Democrats weren't united for it. The truth is that a majority of Americans were ready to abolish slavery, the south was simply too dependant on it economically to let it go. That's not to say racism wasn't an element of those who were for slavery, it's just that economic reasons played a far bigger role.
Another problem that liberals run into regarding the argument that Republicans became Democrats and Democrats became Republicans could be explained with Woodrow Wilson.
Woodrow Wilson was born in 1856 in Virginia. Wilson was a boy in Confederate Virginia. That means he was raised in the Democrat south. If the myth about the parties switching between then and now were true, wouldn't future progressive liberal president Woodrow Wilson have become a modern Republican?
Perhaps you've heard of the Jim Crow laws? These progressive laws segregated the south separating blacks and whites. Woodrow Wilson brought those laws to the white house.
What's interesting is that Woodrow Wilson's racism was no secret and is easily proven. Yet modern progressive liberals, (and liberal history professors) ignore the facts.
Progressive history professors have no problem painting Woodrow Wilson in a good light using the fact that he led us during World War 1, even though he ran for re-election on a vow to keep us out of the war.
At least Wilson was on the side of women, right? He did make mothers day an official holiday after all. On this he proved to be a failure once again.
"During the 1912 presidential campaign against Theodore Roosevelt, Wilson and his opponent agreed on many reform measures such as child-labor laws and pro-union legislation. They differed, however, on the subject of women’s suffrage, as Roosevelt was in favor of giving women the vote."
Two candidates, two parties (Republican Roosevelt and Democrat Wilson), two pro-union, anti-business progressive presidents. Maybe today's America isn't that different after all. Hmmmm......
How about Margaret Sanger, founder of the American Birth Control League which would later become Planned Parenthood. Instead of telling you of Margaret Sanger's history myself, I'll let the African American group LEARN, (Life Education And Resource Network), tell you of her history.
Now that you know the history of Margaret Sanger and that she was a racist using eugenics and abortion as a means to destroy the black race what would you say if you were offered a reward in her name? Modern day Planned Parenthood gives out this award and Hillary Clinton was proud to receive it.
“It was a great privilege when I was told that I would receive this award,”
"The overarching mission of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the cause of reproductive freedom that you continue to advance today is as relevant in our world now as it was 100 years ago." - Hillary Clinton
Actually Hillary, Planned Parenthood began as a means to exterminate black babies through the belief in eugenics.
"The assumptions of eugenicists came under sharp criticism beginning in the 1930s and were discredited after the German Nazis used eugenics to support the extermination of Jews, blacks, and homosexuals."
Would it be a "great privilege" to receive the German Nazi eugenics award Hillary? You should be ashamed of yourself for getting the Margaret Sanger award. I wonder how many college professors consider Hillary Clinton "right-wing"? After all they call Nazi's right-wing all the time don't they? Hmmm.....
Let's get back to the issue of race now and talk about the two major racist groups in America, The Ku Klux Klan and the Blackkk Panther Party.
First the Klan. Founded by Confederate Democrats at the end of the Civil War. Another reason it's in the Progressive left's best interest to convince you that the parties switched.
Former Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest was the KKK's first grand wizard; in 1869, he unsuccessfully tried to disband it after he grew critical of the Klan's excessive violence.
"Most prominent in counties where the races were relatively balanced, the KKK engaged in terrorist raids against African Americans and white Republicans at night, employing intimidation, destruction of property, assault, and murder to achieve its aims and influence upcoming elections."
The Klan was a huge group at one time but all hate groups are eventually discredited in the eyes of the majority. They just have to make the right mistake. Like the Birmingham Bombing of 1963.
"Outrage over the death of the four innocent girls helped build increased support behind the continuing struggle to end segregation--support that would help lead to the passage of both the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. In that important sense, the bombings impact was exactly the opposite of what its perpetrators had intended."
Is the Klan still around? Of course. Do many people think they are relevant? No, unless you're trying to paint the Tea Party Movement as an extension of the Klan but we'll get back to that in a minute. Just remember that the Klan primarily hates blacks and Jews, remember that as we talk about the Blakkk Panthers.
The Blackkk Panther Party has been in the news a lot in recent days. There's something very telling about the founding of the Black Panther Party though that I haven't seen highlighted much.
"The Panthers eventually developed into a Marxist revolutionary group that called for the arming of all blacks, the exemption of blacks from the draft and from all sanctions of so-called white America, the release of all blacks from jail, and the payment of compensation to blacks for centuries of exploitation by white Americans."
Marxist, another name for Communist, named for Karl Marx, writer of the Communist Manifesto.
"Marx adopted the more extreme form of socialism known as communism, which called for a revolution by the working class that would tear down the capitalist world."
Maybe the next time you hear someone call the Nazi's "right-wing" you should correct them since the National Socialist Party represented right-wing communism, not right wing conservatism. How can the Nazi's, who believed in universal health care (for the supreme race of course) and total government control, not to mention eugenics, be a right-wing idea?
Malik Shabazz, head of the Black Panther party, has been on the news a lot lately trying to defend his organization against charges of racism. I want you to watch this interview he had with Geraldo. I'm going to point out something and tell you where to look for it.
At 3:48 of the video Malik Shabazz mentions Che Guevara as someone who was "seeking freedom before you sold them out". This is not a "right-wing conspiracy", you just heard him say it for yourself. I have just proven that the head of the New Black Panthers supports Che Guevara. Read about Che Guevara and you'll see why that's so disturbing.
"The overthrow of the Arbenz regime in 1954 in a coup supported by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency persuaded Guevara that the United States would always oppose progressive leftist governments. This conviction became the cornerstone of his plans to bring about socialism by means of a worldwide revolution."
So, progressive leftist governments are the cornerstone of bringing about socialism. I want you to think about that for a minute, literally. There is no doubt that Obama is a progressive leftist, we've seen what he's done with health care, regulation, etc. Yet he and his supporters reject the notion that he's a socialist. How much more proof do you need?
Go back to the interview with Malik Shabazz. At 4:47 he says, "you know we don't carry batons....psyche". What's interesting is that after he says the word batons you hear other black panthers saying, "that's right" in agreement. Then he says "psyche" and they seem to agree again. How is that possible?
We constantly see Republicans, especially conservatives, labeled as racists. Meanwhile the Democrats stand by Robert Byrd.
Republicans in West Virginia discovered a letter Sen. Byrd had written to the Imperial Wizard of the KKK three years after he says he abandoned the group. He wrote: "The Klan is needed today as never before and I am anxious to see its rebirth here in West Virginia" and "in every state in the Union."
"The ex-Klansman later filibustered the landmark 1964 Civil Rights Act -- supported by a majority of those "mean-spirited" Republicans -- for more than 14 hours. He also opposed the nominations of the Supreme Court's two black justices, liberal Thurgood Marshall and conservative Clarence Thomas"
Bill Clinton defended Robert Byrd after his death.
"he spent the rest of his life making it up" - Bill Clinton
If Robert Byrd said some racist things when he was a teenager and that's all we had I could believe that. When I was a teenager I did a lot of stupid things, most of us did.
I've said and done plenty of stupid things when I was in my teens and I'm man enough to admit it here. I also saw my biological father, who was a druggie when I was a little kid, sent to prison when he tried to kill my mother. I've lived in poverty and prosperity. I smoked weed and took ecstasy in my late teens. To act like I've lived a perfect life would be beyond a huge lie.
The myth of the left that conservatives have all lived this rich elitist life is laughable. I'm not trying to throw myself a pitty party. That is all true, but I've grown up. My past and past mistakes have helped me to learn and I've become stronger for it. I have a great stepfather and I've focused on learning true history, for the truth will truly set you free.
Robert Byrd, born on 11/20/1917, was 46 years old when he filibustered the Civil Rights Act of 1964. A bill Martin Luther King praised.
"If I had sneezed, I wouldn't have been here in 1963, when the black people of Birmingham, Alabama, aroused the conscience of this nation, and brought into being the Civil Rights Bill" - Martin Luther King Jr. from his I've seen the promised land speech.
Aparently MLK Jr. wasn't praising Robert Byrd the way the shameful Liberals did recently, but remember it's those evil Republicans and crazy Tea Partiers who are against civil rights. As Malik Shabazz talks about in his recent interview. *note: video glitches around the 7 minute mark but you don't miss much.
"history has proven that in America it is very difficult or impossible for blacks and whites to exist in America on an equal basis."
Unfortunately, that will remain true for as long as the racist progressive left have a stranglehold on the African American vote. For the record Martin Luther King Jr.s father was a lifelong Republican.
"The black power convention, over 4 days which brought together many leaders; from the All Africans Revolutionary Party, the African People's SOCIALIST party"
Remember earlier? History.com showed us that: "The Panthers eventually developed into a Marxist revolutionary group that called for the arming of all blacks." Also, remember from earlier: "Marx adopted the more extreme form of socialism known as communism." So Malik Shabazz is holding conventions in an attempt to merge Marxist Communist and Black Socialist groups together.
He claims to stand against recent racist comments from a member. By the way, is the black former NAACP member who spoke out against The Black Panthers a racist? Malik Shabazz's Black Panthers were carrying Communist flags and asking gangs like the blood's and crypt's to rise up with the Black Panthers.
This is the same Malik Shabazz who was criticizing white people for arming themselves. He criticizes Jews (Zionists), and Whites. The KKK criticizes Blacks and Jews. You tell me, are the Blakkk Panthers and the KKK really all that different. Doesn't the saying go, 2 wrongs don't make a right?
Why the Jews? Have you ever thought about that. The Jews historically have suffered more persecution than the slaves, they were in fact slaves themselves. Isn't the bible full of that theme. So called civil rights leaders and the Blakkk Panthers think they are suffering and believe they deserve reparations because of slavery. The Holocaust is a hell of a lot more recent than slavery.
Martin Luther King Jr. disagreed with all hate groups. Here are 2 clips where, unlike The Black Panthers, Martin Luther King Jr. stands up for Israel: The first one, the second one.
Do you really think that Malik Shabazz is against these comments like he says he is? He's welcomed the speaker as still being a Blackkk Panther. Yet Malik Shabazz calls the Tea Parties Racist. The NAACP has also condemned the Tea Parties as racist as well.
"your enemy can not make you free, fool" - Samir Shabazz
Exactly, which is why most Americans do not support your call for racist socialism Samir. Also, how can you support President Obama Samir? His mother is white. Without that "dirty, white, cracker, whore", there would be no Obama. Why would you stand outside a polling place trying to intimidate voters in his favor?
MSNBC had to edit video in an attempt to show racist gun-toting Tea Party supporters. It took Glenn Beck and Fox News, whether you like them or not, to expose the truth. The shameful reporter of MSNBC actually dared to say:
"Here you have a man of color in the presidency and white people showing up with guns strapped to their waist."
Are you going to deny the proof there just because it was Fox News that had to prove MSNBC was lying?
"I didn't ask for whites to start buying guns at a record rate" - Malik Shabazz
So you support gangs like the bloods and crypts that aquire guns illegaly, but you don't support Americans of all races exercising their 2nd amendment rights and aquiring guns legally. Does that make sense to you who are reading this?
Look, most people, regardless of race, don't agree with the KKK. Most people, regardless of race, don't agree with the Blackkk Panthers. Knowing that maybe we should dismiss the constant claims by the left that there is some vast right wing conspiracy. Right wing conservatives could only dream of being that powerful. Most Americans just tend to turn on politicians who suck, regardless of party, end of story. (I've gone after "sell out Scott" Brown several times for voting against the good of the country recently). Obama's failing policies, not his race, are causing his falling in the polls.
There is far more evidence that the distortions of history is a vast left wing conspiracy. It makes sense given the amount of money the teachers unions give to Liberals.
Imagine if there was an NAAWP, National Association for the Advancement of White People. The cries of bigotry would be deafening. How about having a NAAAP, National Association for the Advancement of the American People. That one sounds pretty good.
Imagine if this had happened to a black Democrat.
Harry Reid uses racial remarks about Obama but it's cool because he's a Democrat. Liberals would have been calling for a Republicans head if they had said something even less racist.
You've seen some of the footage with Janeane Garofalo doing the typical liberal bashing of the tea-parties and Republicans in general. Armed with the information I've given you here, who seems crazier? Watch the entire interview. Notice it was on MSNBC which I've proven earlier lied about the gun at the tea party to claim false racism.
Janeane claims it's people like me who don't know history. People who know me and hear me regularly would say different. If by chance she sees this I'd welcome a debate with Janeane Garofalo any day of the week. Of course she'd have to take time away from making crappy movies to find the time for a debate. Remember when she bashed Robert Byrd for his racism?.....Of course you don't because she never did.
Remember this question at the youtube debates? The answer should be another question: Why do most blacks vote for liberals when liberals have historically been the most racist and done the most damage to the black community?
He gave a good response to the answers the Republican candidates gave here.
"A lot of blacks just don't trust the Republican Party and so they would rather vote Democrat and vote for a party that they don't necessarily agree with all the time than vote for a party they may agree with but don't really trust"
While many African-Americans may not trust Republicans, what has made the Democrats so deserving of that trust? You now know that teachers with a political agenda hide accurate history from all of us. Both parties have proven not to be worth the trust of the American people. No political ideology has a monopoly on corruption.
Maybe it's time for all of us to start looking at what's going on in this country not in terms of black and white or left and right. It's time to look at our problems in terms of right and wrong. I've said many times before on this website that it's not about left and right, it's about right and wrong.
Nobody is born a racist. It has to be taught or assumed. Everybody seems to want a scapegoat when it comes to our own failures. It's easy for a young white kid to assume the problems they have in life are because of blacks. It's also easy for a young black kid to believe that the reason they are being held back is because of the oppression of the rich white guy. Elitist politicians, not to mention gangs like the Panthers, Klan, or any of the other gangs, feed off of that victimhood mentality and they use it masterfully.
By making us think with our emotions, we tend to forget how to think with our brains. It comes down to each of us. Children don't see race differently unless they are taught too. I'll give you an example with a true story.
I went into the doctor's office with my daughter a few years ago, she was 4 at the time. In the waiting room was a pregnant women and her boyfriend/husband, both white. My daughter asked her if she had a baby in her belly. To which the woman replied that she had two. Then out of curiousity as only a child can, she asked if they were going to be brown. This drew a laugh out of the room. The question certainly had the shock effect, but it showed the innocence of a child.
You see, kids don't see a difference in people of different races. My daughter didn't think that it would be unusual for 2 white people to have black babies. Children have to be taught hate. That can come from parents, friends, teachers, or politicians. It's up to us to stand against it. Racist will show up at Tea Parties, but they will also show up at polling stations. It goes both ways.
In conclusion, this isn't about black and white. The future of our children is truly at stake. We got lazy, we got selfish. We were manipulated because we stopped paying attention to the truth. We stopped learning from history. Because of that we got the leadership we deserved. I will not be quiet because of a fear of critics. There is too much to lose. Our children's future is more important to me than political correctness. From here it's up to you, send this to anyone and everyone you can think of.
I've shown you as much as I could think of. I've spent a lot of time both researching and writing this. I'm not perfect. However, if we are to lose freedom I'm going to go down swinging. Perhaps we are destined to tell future stories to our children about a time when we were once a free country with free people.
If it comes to that my children will wonder and ask what I was doing while we were losing our freedoms. Writings such as this will be able to at least show that I was paying attention and involved in the struggles of our time. The question shifts now from me to you. Who do you believe. Do you believe these people? or these people, one, two, three? Will you sit there and hope for the best, or will you rise up?
I'd like to thank everyone who has gone through this post and hope that it was worth your time. Also, my friends and family who put up with my constant political and historical rambling.
I'd also like to thank the following people and books, you should definately check these out. You'd be amazed with how much you don't know. There are plenty of others but this should get you started.
A Patriot's History Of The United States.
The Greatest American Speeches.