Tuesday, July 27, 2010

The Politics of Racism

It seems now more than ever the dream that was Dr. Martin Luther King’s for equality and respect for the Black people of this nation has now become the rallying cry for white Americans.

I say this simply because it appears that since Obama has taken over the White House this nation for all intent and purpose is now experiencing a resurgence of racism, bigotry, and intolerance. Not against blacks but now against whites and Americans who object to the policies and doctrines that the Obama Administration is forcing down the throats of the American Public whether they like it or not.

So far we have seen The United States Attorney General, Eric Holder, ignore the rule of law and suddenly make the voter intimidation charges against the “New Black Panthers” disappear. Then of course there is the statement he made when he first took office that “all white Americans are cowards because of their refusal to discuss black issues or the matter of slavery.”

Then of course there is the issue of Americans, both black and white, who have attached themselves to the Tea Party Movement being tagged as possible Domestic Terrorist, racist, and just about every other name in the book.

What is interesting about all of this is that if you look back in the history of this nation approximately fifty years you can see stark similarities between what is happening now and what happened during the civil rights movement only in reverse.

If you object to Health Care you are suddenly a racist, if you object to the fact that by his own admission Obama is in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment and is not eligible to hold the office of the Presidency you’re a racist. If you object to the fact that in eighteen months Obama has done more to destroy America’s economy than any other single individual in the history of our nation, you’re a racist.

And finally! If you object to the fact that he and his minions are very quickly dragging America toward third world status by limiting our ability to provide for ourselves and our families through the actions he is taking against America, you’re a racist.

I find it incredible that since Obama has illegally taken the office of the Presidency, those individuals who a few short years ago, were considered radicals and anti-American are now suddenly holding positions of power within the Obama Administration.

What I find even more incredible is the fact that despite the Constitution of the United States of America, our elected officials are no longer listening to the voters who put them into office and are allowing this to happen. And they are allowing foreign nations to interfere with our internal affairs to the point where we as a nation have lost the respect that America once held in the world.

I am waiting for the old laws of the south to be re-instituted where whites and patriots are force to sit at the back of the bus, and we are told how we are going to vote.

If things continue on the course that they are, you will see starvation, and our children running in the streets trying to survive the inevitable Dark Age against reason that was once the hallmark of America and its greatness.

Bear in mind that this is not a call for race riots, nor is it a call for the prejudices and actions of the past. It is however a call for ALL Americans to stand for what is America and stop what is happening before it is too late.

We stand at the precipice of history and it is incumbent upon us as Americans to step back and stand for what is right both under god and by our rights as free born Americans.

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