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Feel free to share and comment especially with and by the black community. This rant is for them. I think it is worthwhile info to help educate many of the younger people on the truth behind the current enslavement of the black community. I am concerned about America for all Americans but the black community is going to really get the worst of what is coming if we don’t stop it. So please help me get the word out. I will thank you in advance.
Where am going with this as I post more info is to bring to light for those who don’t know the truth about the Democratic party and their abuse and manipulation of Blacks for over 100 years. It is through education that I hope some of the younger crowd begins to understand that they are being abused and manipulated by the very people they think are looking after their interest. Part of the reason I am taking the time to do this is in hopes that they realize that they are soon to be thrown to the curb as the Democrats have now figured out that there are not enough Black votes to assure them power so they are going now after the Latino and pushing amnesty to secure the Latino vote now and in the future and it WILL be the Black community that suffers most if amnesty happens.
First let me address Sharpton and Jackson. They have done so much harm to the black community and you are either too dumb to realize it or just don’t care. Without racism they make no money, they become irrelevant. They leech off of the black community and you praise them?. ML King would be denouncing them from his grave if he could. They stand for nothing that he stood for or preached about. ML King only asked for equality of opportunity not for equality of outcome. He believed that given the opportunity the black race in America would rise to an equal if not surpass the other races. See he believed that the black man and family would lift itself up not demand that Whitey do the lifting for them.
Johnson’s Great Society was nothing more than a Democratic plan to enslave the black population again and make them beholden to the Democrats so they could count on the black vote. HEY VOTE FOR ME I WILL GIVE YOU MORE STUFF. You don’t need to work we will feed, clothe, house and educate you. It appears that President Obama and the Democrat Party are willing to throw Black Americans overboard in exchange for amnesty. In a quest to maintain power, the Democrats have discovered that there are not enough black American voters to keep them in office. The sad truth is black Americans to this day still have the highest unemployment numbers. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics April’s unemployment numbers, black unemployment is currently around 11.6% and 36.8% for black teens. An influx of low-skilled immigrants will make it more difficult for black Americans to compete for low-skilled jobs. Yet you keep voting for these same people over and over. The war on black America isn’t by the white race unless it is a white democrat.
Now they have turned their evil eyes on the Latino Population. They want to do to them what they did to you. Much of what I am going to post will be new news to many of you unless you went to school in the 50s and 60s when this was still being taught in Civics or History. In the late 60s and up till today the liberal progressives have done their best to rewrite the classroom books to delete or distort a lot of information about the Democratic Party and their involvement in enslaving Blacks all the way back to the civil war.
Are you aware that the KKK was started by Southern Democrats as a way to intimidate and use violence. It was the Republican party that freed the slaves. The organization of the Ku Klux Klan coincided with the beginning of the second phase of post-Civil War Reconstruction, put into place by the more radical members of the Republican Party in Congress. After rejecting President Andrew Johnson’s relatively lenient Reconstruction policies, in place from 1865 to 1866, Congress passed the Reconstruction Act over the presidential veto. Under its provisions, the South was divided into five military districts, and each state was required to approve the 14th Amendment, which granted “equal protection” of the Constitution to former slaves and enacted universal male suffrage. All the Democrats voted against the 14th Amendment.
So the Democrats were not the friends of the Black Community back in those days and they still are not your friends. MORE TO COME ON THIS. but here is a good reference point for you to research http://archive.adl.org/learn/ext_us/kkk/history.html… The KKK survived in various forms into the 20th century yet always maintained its outrage over the rising fortunes of African Americans. During this time it also turned its hate and intolerance toward other groups of Americans as the 1920 arrived and the following years leading into the Great Depression. Becoming more strident, the group now articulated opposition to “Ni–ers, Catholics, Jews…dope, bootlegging, graft, night clubs and road houses, violation of the Sabbath, unfair business dealings, sex and scandalous behavior.” By 1921, the Klan numbered almost 100,000 members and money flooded its coffers. At its peak in 1924, 40,000 uniformed Klansmen paraded through the streets of Washington, D.C., during the Democratic National Convention.
Like a modern political lobby, the group was so influential that many politicians felt compelled to court it or even to join, particularly in the Midwestern states. Senators, congressmen, governors, judges at all levels, even future President Harry Truman donned the hood and robe (though Truman shortly quit, apparently disgusted by an anti-Catholic tirade). The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was started under President Kennedy and kept alive after his assassination by President Johnson. The opposition to this bill was fierce at both the federal and state levels. There were many southern state Democratic Governors and state legislatures against it. In the federal government there was a large block of Democrats in the house against it and in a mischievous attempt to sabotage the bill, a Virginia segregationist introduced an amendment to ban employment discrimination against women. That one passed, whereas over 100 other hostile amendments were defeated. In the end, the House approved the bill with bipartisan support by a vote of 290-130. In the Senate southern and border state Democrats staged a 75-day filibuster –among the longest in U.S. history. led by Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia, a former Ku Klux Klan member, On this occasion, Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia, a former Ku Klux Klan member, spoke for over 14 consecutive hours.
But with the help of behind-the-scenes horse-trading, the bill’s supporters eventually obtained the two-thirds votes necessary to end filibuster and passed the bill on a 73 -27 vote. All 27 votes against were Democrat. Martin Luther King Jr., said it was nothing less than a “second emancipation.” President Johnson has been credited with being one of the most important figures in the civil rights movement. Many believe that he was merely an unprincipled politician who used the civil rights issue when he realised the worth of the “Black Vote” and then decided he would find a way to buy it because on the issue of Civil Rights it was the Republicans that got the bills passed that he had to sign and they would claim the black vote for themselves. Johnson actually said after signing the bill that he had just handed the black vote to the Republicans for years to come.
The 1960s and Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society. U.S. President Johnson’s first ever public reference to the “Great Society” took place during a speech to students on May 7, 1964, at Ohio University in Athens: He said…”And with your courage and with your compassion and your desire, we will build a Great Society. It is a Society where no child will go unfed, and no youngster will go unschooled”. It is said by many that the escalation of the Vietnam war by Johnson was his way of cranking up the war machine at home so he could have the funds to pay for his ideas.
The most ambitious and controversial part of the Great Society was its initiative to end poverty. The War on Poverty began with a $1 billion appropriation in 1964 and spent another $2 billion in the following two years. Many of the programs were great as they dealt with education, health and job training and job opportunity. Another area that was addressed for the better was an increase in Social Security to help the elderly. President Johnson declared a “War on Poverty” that included creating a new bureaucracy called the Office of Economic Opportunity and funneling billions of dollars into a multitude of welfare programs. Unfortunately, these programs had the opposite effect that was intended—they kept many people poor who could have otherwise worked their way out of poverty without government assistance. The amount of taxpayer money spent on welfare programs and aid to individuals between 1965 and 1970 was the largest transfer of wealth in history. But it had no appreciable effect, as the poverty rate did not decrease as intended. This was a staggering and enormously expensive failure that bore terrible consequences. Programs that had been created to help widows were expanded to pay single mothers not to work. This not only encouraged people not to seek employment, but it led to an explosion of out-of-wedlock births. The black community was especially devastated by these programs. In 1950, 78 percent of black families consisted of a husband and wife in a traditional marriage. By 1979, the number of traditional black families had dropped to 59 percent. Black poor in single-female households have risen over 200 percent. From 1963 to 1980, the rate of black illegitimacy nearly doubled, from 23 to 48 percent. Black illegitimacy is approaching 70 percent today.
The welfare system created and enhanced under the “Great Society” destroyed the family in the inner city and condemned the poor to perpetual government dependence at taxpayers’ expense. When programs were expanded to include men, this caused unemployment to rise, and with the idleness of unemployment came a rise in crime and drug use. Homicide rates climbed 122 percent between 1963 and 1980. Again the black community was disproportionately harmed, with the number of black men arrested between 1966 and 1970 skyrocketing 866 percent.
The “War on Poverty” undermined a free market that was finally beginning to assimilate blacks into successful positions in society after centuries of slavery and second-class citizenship. And sadly, the program effectively destroyed the black family faster than the most brutal slaveholder could have dreamed. Along with the new welfare bureaucracies came new welfare bureaucrats who recruited people in the big cities for aid. Suddenly, it was no longer a shame to accept free money, even at taxpayers’ expense. Advocating “welfare rights” demeaned the traditional poor family who chose to work for a living rather than accept free money. The notion that welfare is a “right” has trapped millions in government dependency. The “Great Society” created a generation of Americans that has considered it their right to take government handouts at their fellow citizens’ expense.
In the 45 years since its inception, the “Great Society” has led to a stagnating poverty rate, a rise in crime and drug usage, a rise in illegitimate births, a rise in illegal immigration, a decline in traditional marriage, and a decline in quality education. Some have argued that the programs have not worked properly because they have not been funded enough. But they have already cost trillions of dollars with few positive results to show from them. Regardless of Lyndon Johnson’s motivations for unleashing such a harmful domestic initiative, there is no doubt that the “Great Society” has delivered nothing but a welfare state and a weakened, indebted nation.
Obama took the US back 50 years with his policies of divisiveness using race, economics and greed to drive a wedge once again between the American people. Ask yourself 3 simple questions? As a black person that voted for the 1st black president with the hopes that he would improve your lives.
AM I BETTER OFF NOW THAN I WAS 6 YEARS AGO?
IS OUR COUNTRY BETTER OFF NOW THAN IT WAS 6 YEARS AGO?
DO I STILL THINK THE DEMOCRATS ARE FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS OF THE BLACK RACE?
NOW HOW DO WE TOGETHER FIX IT?
We start in this 2022 election by voting for any person regardless of party that OPPOSES AMNESTY UNTIL THE BORDER IS ACTUALLY SECURED. Remember the Democrats want to legalize 11 million people to work in this country. What do you think will happen to the black unemployment rate when you have to compete with 11 million new workers. The laws passed in the 50s and 60s that gave you the same rights as everyone else need to be obeyed. This means equality of opportunity not equality of outcome. Every time you receive a handout from the government it came from the working hands of someone else. Vote for any person that will promise to support and follow the Constitution… Your rights are guaranteed there by GOD and Government.
The black community needs to send a message to the Democrats that they cannot be bought. Send a message that your vote is not for sale and your freedom to achieve your part of the American dream will not be denied.
I don’t claim either major political party. I am not a Rhodes Scholar or a Preacher or a deep thinker of some sort. I am just an average 70 year old man that has a firm belief in God and Country as given to me by my father. He told me when I was 13 these valuable words.
THE MOST PRECIOUS AND IMPORTANT THING A MAN CAN GIVE TO HIMSELF IS HIS HONOR. NOBODY CAN TAKE IT FROM YOU ONLY YOU CAN CHOOSE TO GIVE IT AWAY AND LIVE A BAD LIFE.
In 70 years mine has never been for sale and I refuse to give it up. I will reach out to any man regardless of race and say lets honorably move forward as friends and work together for a better America for everyone. Lets get our country back to its roots in the Constitution and God. It has served us for 238 years with a few minor changes for the better it will serve us for another 240 years but let us not throw it away and try to start over.