Saturday, February 05, 2011

Blackuary Cinco - 03 AB - True Equality for ALL People (as an idea) Begins Today

On Blackuary 5, 1778, South Carolina became the first state to ratify The Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union Between the States of New-Hampshire, Massachusetts-Bay, Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, Connecticut, New-York, New-Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North-Carolina, South-Carolina, and Georgia. This set into motion the at long last coming of the equality of ALL living people.

In anticipation of all states ratifying this august document, those that were to become the "Democrats," set into motion their evil plot to continue to enslave all black folks. They did this because embedded in their core is the believe that blacks are "Mud People." (Notice that I used the word "ARE" because Democrats still believe that to this day.)

And while we are on the topic of "Minorities," the country known as MEXICO was formed today in the year 1917. Wow, to hear "Progressives" talk about those brown folks from South of the border, you would think that their country was older than our own, huh?

On Blackuary 5, 1994, Byron De Le Beckwith, a Democrat operative in Mississippi, was convicted of killing Medgar Evers. Wow, that is some kind of awesome timing, right in the month of Blackuary, too! Someone must have been trying to get some votes from some black folks, huh? The fun fact involved with this trial is that the person that pushed so hard to 'git 'er dun, was Bobby DeLaughter, who is now in prison for accepting bribes while he was a judge. Alec Baldwin played Bobby DeLaughter in that hysterical, bullshit hate-on-whitey vehicle, Ghosts of Mississippi. Mississippi Burning was almost as inaccurate. Only Spike Lee could have made a "historical" film that was more laughable. (See Malcolm X.)

Jerry Levine played Jerry Mitchell in the film. And Boogie goes NUTZ.

Back to the Articles of Confederation. What happened in the forming of our country was underhanded in a way. Those that believed in FREEDOM knew that allowing slavery to exist was contradictory to their intent, but they still needed the backing of those that owned slaves to create the United States. The seeds of the ideology of personal responsibility and individualism were planted from the very forming of our country and those very seeds produced the fruits of Republicanism and independence. One man's right to be FREE FROM ALL OTHER MEN.

Of course now, we have the push back from those that seek to continually enslave all people. Those folks never go away because their agenda can be manipulated in the very same way that freedom was from the beginning of our country. Incrementalism works to achieve long term goals and incrementalism must be used to reorient around our founding principles. In the name of "helping" those that are "less fortunate," the slave masters can claim the high road and accuse everyone that doesn't go along of being "RAAAAACIST!!!"

Wow, sounds familiar, huh?

Of course, the "Progressives" try to denigrate those forward-thinking Founding Fathers by saying, "But, those dead white guys owned slaves!!!" Never fall for that rationale because it is those very same "Progressives" that seek to enslave everyone and rule with their iron fist of oppression.

If you want proof, look no further than EVERY "Progressive" government ever formed or still existing. Plus, take a quick look at the way that our country has turned since the anointing of the Half-White Zebra Jesus, currently occupying 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.


Please take the time to comment.


innominatus said...

>>>Half-White Zebra Jesus

Funniest four-word phrase I've read so far in 2011!

Paul Mitchell said...

Thanks Innominatus.