Saturday, September 24, 2016

Is this 1968 ?



Ever since the Black Lives Matters movement started I have been very skeptical of it. It reminds me too much of the Occupy Wall Street movement. it has been a pseudo movement designed by George Soros and the Democratic Party. In the case of Occupy Wall Street the press passed it off as a grass roots movement to counter the actual grass roots movement that was the Tea Party. The Tea Party had a huge impact on the 2010 mid term congressional elections. Between the creation of the Occupy Wall Street movement in 2011 and Obama unleashing the IRS dogs on the Tea Party he was able to thwart any serious threat to his reelection chances in 2012. All week I have been wondering why there has been no rioting in Tulsa Oklahoma and so much turmoil and anarchy in Charlotte. The Tulsa shooting supports the narrative of the BLM. A White Cop shoots an unarmed black male. It actually appears on the surface that this cop had an itchy trigger finger and she overreacted. In the Charlotte shooting it appears that the cop was justified in shooting the perp, who was also Black. This shooting does not fit the narrative but it doesn't matter. Oklahoma is firmly in the Trump column but North Carolina is still too close to call. This is why the rent a rioters were sent in by Soros. They are being bussed into North Carolina and not into Oklahoma. The race baiting Southern Democratic Party constantly whipped up the hate and fear of Southern whites toward Blacks in order to get their votes. The modern Democrats are doing the same thing by playing on the fear and bias of Blacks, instead of poor ignorant White Southerners. The Southern Democratic Party never cared about the welfare of poor Southern whites. Not until the passage of the 1964 and 1965 Civil Rights Acts did the level of education, and the socioeconomic status of the South improve. It became a two party region. Like other sections of the country. Now the Democratic Party is condemning Blacks to the inner city plantations. They are condemned to low unemployment and hopeless violence in exchange for their vote. That is why she is going to Charlotte this weekend. It is just a campaign stop for her. In my opinion the violence will backfire. She may get the Black vote but the violence is pushing whites into the arms of Trump. I saw this happen in 1968. Like Trump, Nixon was not trusted or likeable but he was the law and order candidate. Americans were tired of the rioting and lawlessness after the assassination of MLK and the rioting at the Democratic National Convention that year. It seems that the Democrats in their hubris may have overplayed their hand this time.

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