It has been a mystery to so many of us why the black community so embraces the Democrat Party who invented "Jim Crow" and who stood for so long against civil rights for blacks. Why the black community so hate Republicans who stood for Abolitionism and fought so hard and long against slavery.
It has baffled me why the black community called Barack Hussein Obama "Messiah", and why blacks would fall to their knees beside the highway when his motorcade would pass, chanting the word, "Messiah". I could understand black pride in seeing the first black president. I could fully empathize with the black community's joy in sensing the full realization of Martin Luther King's dream. Yes, many of the other races felt that same joy and hope. But.... "Messiah"? That seemed a perversion of faith. A blasphemy of religion, and we have always heard how spiritual and religious the black community, as a whole, has always been.
I could not understand.
And then yesterday, I heard Reverend C.L. Bryant and Kevin Jackson discuss these issues. And Kevin Jackson revealed a "secret" about the black community that I never knew. He revealed something which us "crackers" have never been privileged to know and understand. And this revelation explains it all. It explains so much. It is so simple yet so profound. I am at once enlightened and deeply dismayed.
Watch the video excerpt below to hear it from the source. But the essence is that the black community is, in one critical and profound way, akin to the Jewish community. Both are waiting for their messiah, their savior, to come. The black community is awaiting a savior who will raise "the lowest rung" to the highest heights. A man who will turn the nation and the system "upside down".
This explains so much. This is why so many blacks proclaimed Obama as their "Messiah". After all, he promised to "fundamentally change America". He promised to change the whole world -- "the oceans would begin to recede and the earth would begin to heal". He promised to end the issue of race. As one exuberant woman exclaimed, “I won’t have to worry about putting gas in my car. I won’t have to worry about paying my mortgage.”
The black community thought they had found their messiah -- literally.
This is why the black community still overwhelmingly supports Obama. This is why the majority of the black community still rejects the Republican Party, the Tea Party, and the entire conservative movement, even though studies indicate that their values and ideals are predominately conservative and that, overall, the black community still remains largely spiritual in spite of the brutal poverty and destructive popular culture, especially in the inner cities. The black community continues to embrace Big Government programs which have never worked and which, in fact, have only increased poverty and dependence. I never could understand, but Kevin Jackson has turned on the light.
I now understand something about the black culture and black community that none of my black friends, business associates, acquaintances, and relatives ever dared to share with me. It explains why no outreach and no friendship has ever been completely fulfilled. It explains why those few blacks who have been courageous enough to flee the government plantation and proclaim their devotion to freedom and Liberty have been so reviled by their own race.
My God! It explains so much. But it doesn't tell me how to break through it. It doesn't tell me how to overcome it. It presents a cultural enigma that seems almost impossible to surmount. That revelation is so sad and regrettable.
So, we can only keep trying. But Kevin's gift of an insight may help us at least understand what we're up against. Understanding a problem is the first step in overcoming the problem. Thank you, Kevin Jackson, for the understanding. Help us, God, to overcome.
The population of the United States is growing -- fast. Of that there is no doubt. But declining birth rates among the "older" population segments and the burgeoning rate of immigration, both legal and illegal, will completely change the character of the nation in a few short years. Consider the following chart:
Note that the projected growth of the population from new immigrants since 1970 and the descendants of those immigrants is completely overwhelming the portion of the U.S. population comprised of pre-1970 immigrants and their descendants.
Well, why be concerned? The U.S. has always been a "melting pot". We in the U.S. have always welcomed "diversity" and our culture and nation have always been made stronger by the integration of new people and different cultures -- right?
Yes, that's right through our earlier history. But, in earlier times, the new people came to join and fully immerse themselves in the American culture. They didn't come to establish a community beachhead of their old culture and loyalties on U.S. soil. They did not insist that documents, publications, signage, legal proceedings, schooling, and so on be conducted in their own language.
In earlier times the new people and cultures did not insist on honoring the "old country's" laws -- or sharia law -- in our courts. They did not burn the American flag or fly it upside down beneath their national flag.
No, when people used to come, they came to be Americans. They came to share in the unlimited opportunities provided by the American free market, capitalist system, and individual Liberties.
The cultural transformation which is occurring here is changing the political balance, and both major parties know it. Since the new people and cultures are no longer assimilating as before in their language, culture, and customs, it is unrealistic to expect them to assimilate in politics, either. They have never understood the American representative republic form of government. They have lived under socialism, dictators, poorly functioning third world governments. They have come to America to gain a better life, but these days they are no longer expecting to gain that improved standard of living through hard work, individual freedom and self-responsibility. A growing number expect it from government since that's what they have always known before.
So, as they are able to vote, they are voting for the bigger promise. These are the ones who largely cheer when the current president speaks of taking on dictatorial powers. That's what they are accustomed to hearing. It's normal and expected. The new population no longer attaches any stigma to dependence on government handouts.
Add this all to the dumbing down of our schools, to the coddled, participation-trophy generations we've been raising, and many things begin to make a lot more sense. As, for instance, the consistently high job approval ratings given this Administration in poll after poll -- regardless of the failures, decline, and misery in all sectors.
It's been said before, the nation as we know it will end when a majority of the electorate begin voting themselves handouts and more entitlement programs. When the productive class is sufficiently enslaved to the dependent class, production will cease.
The birth rates of a population must be at least 2.1 children per couple for that population to maintain stability. Any lower, and the population declines, eventually to extinction or absorption into other populations. Above 2.1, the population will grow. The current rate for non-hispanic whites in the U.S. is 1.8 as compared with 2.0 for non-hispanic blacks and 2.9 for all hispanics, for example. (Source: Population Reference Bureau)
The older population groups are slowly dying and their new generations are becoming more and more dependent. This fact has led to the attitudes displayed by La Raza, El Pueblo and similar militant hispanic group leaders such as Jose Angel Guitierrez, Professor at University of Texas and founder of La Raza Unida Party at University of California - Riverside.
The end may be nearer than we think....
Our nation is being transformed by coalitions of groups and organizations who hate the Republic. We are being transformed by an Administration, government bureaucracies, and Congressional politicians who envision a new type of government and economic system. This year, 2012, may be the last chance to save ourselves and begin a restoration. But if we do not address the much broader cultural, educational, and religious issues, the ultimate end will be inevitable. This issue is much bigger than an election. Politics is only the symptom of a far bigger cultural transformation.
North Carolina Governor Beverley Purdue vetoed reforms made to the "Racial Justice Act." In a statement she said, "because the death penalty is the ultimate punishment, it is essential that it be carried out fairly and that the process not be infected with prejudice based on race." I agree. Race should not be used but unfortunately, Governor Purdue has allowed race baiters like William Barber, Earline Parmon and Joe Hackney advise her. So I am not surprised of her actions.
The Racial Justice Act is not a means to prevent racism in the judicial system; it is a way to end the Death Penalty in North Carolina. In case that wasn’t clear: this is nothing more than a politically convenient way to exploit our legal system under the disguise of "racial protection."
The sad reality of the Racial Justice Act is that it is based upon data from Pennsylvania and Kentucky, not North Carolina. According to the North Carolina Department of Corrections website, from 1984 to present day when the death penalty was reformed and reinstated, 13 Blacks have been executed; compared to 28 Whites. Subsequently, more Blacks have been removed from death row than Whites.
No piece of legislation is perfect but, but this fact will surely shock the critics: nearly 1/3 of the murderers that have used the Racial Justice Act are white.
Yes, that’s right. White males, convicted by white juries, are now claiming that they were victims of racial discrimination! Are Italian-American defendants subject to the disdain of Irish-American juries? What about females convicted by predominantly male juries, why didn’t the Racial Justice Act include them in the legislation? The reason is because those arguments will minimize the racial implications, yet some of the legal defendants of the Racial Justice Act would probably profit immensely from taking on a case like that, hence their undying devotion to the law.
In America we already have a process to free wrongly-convicted citizens. It’s called the court of appeals. The law as written (prior to RJA) knew no racial, religious, or age biases. The law required juries to look at all facts in a trial objectively and make a decision based on evidence. If later evidence emerges that contradicted earlier findings, then one can file an appeal based on proof.
This law is nothing more than a cheap trick to score political points. For many, politics is perception and perception is reality. Democrats love the name of the legislation because it gives the false impression that they are protecting minorities. While they will not waiver in their support of this law, they stand firm in support of Planned Parenthood, formally known as the Birth Control League, which was founded upon the premise of reducing the Black population through abortion. The founder, Margaret Sanger, was known to frequent Ku Klux Klan gatherings and even delivered several speeches at their rallies. What the Democrats are actually doing is attempting to project their racist past onto Republicans in order to win elections.
To prove my point, the Democrat Party controlled both chambers of the General Assembly and the Governor’s Mansion from 1910 to 1961. Data collected from the NC Department of Corrections website shows that during this time span there were almost 4 times as many Blacks executed than Whites; 281 to 75. These statistics clearly places the results of the "Jim Crow Era" racial disparities squarely on the shoulders of the Democrat Party.
Race relations in America are not utopian, but deceptive policies that politicize ‘race’ like this are bad for the state of North Carolina, damaging to society, and are a burden to taxpayers. I hope the state legislature will override Governor Purdue’s veto of the Racial Justice Act, and I will support any attempt to do so.
President, The Frederick Douglass Foundation of North Carolina
This is a compilation of a few recent quotes:
Augustin Cebada, Brown Berets; "Go back to Boston! Go back to Plymouth Rock, Pilgrims! Get out! We are the future. You are old and tired. Go on. We have beaten you. Leave like beaten rats. You old white people. It is your duty to die. Through love of having children, we are going to take over.
Richard Alatorre, Los Angeles City Council. "They're afraid we're going to take over the governmental institutions and other institutions. They're right! We will take them over . . . We are here to stay."
Excelsior, the national newspaper of Mexico, "The American Southwest seems to be slowly returning to the jurisdiction of Mexico without firing a single shot."
Professor Jose Angel Gutierrez, University of Texas; "We have an aging white America. They are not making
babies. They are dying. The explosion is in our population . . . I love it. They are shitting in their pants with fear. I
Art Torres, Chairman of the California Democratic Party, "Remember 187--proposition to deny taxpayer funds for services to non-citizens -- was the last gasp of white America in California."
Gloria Molina, Los Angeles County Supervisor, "We are politicizing every single one of these new citizens that are becoming citizens of this country . . ... I gotta tell you that a lot of people are saying, "I'm going to go out there and vote because I want to pay them back."
Mario Obledo, California Coalition of Hispanic Organizations and California State Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare under Governor Jerry Brown, also awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Bill Clinton, "California is going to be a Hispanic state. Anyone who doesn't like it should leave."
Jose Pescador Osuna, Mexican Consul General, "We are practicing 'La Reconquista' in California..."
Professor Fernando Guerra, Loyola Marymount University; "We need to avoid a white backlash by using code words understood by Latinos . . . "
All Americans should be disturbed, very disturbed, by this. What as shame that not enough Americans have the backbone to stand up and say, "Enough is enough!". It is time we took our country back!