Explain yourselves, you socialist slime. It was so hip and cool for Jay-Z and Beyonce to visit the White House every year under Obama, but this is so infuriating to you clowns. Please explain why, I'd like a good laugh.
The Left is pushing the idea that blacks need government welfare to level the playing field, when in fact it is this welfare and government dependence that keeps them down.
Once again, the left is showing their true colors and proving that racism is squarely in their corner. In the same way they have attacked Clarence Thomas, Herman Cain and other prominent black Americans for leaving the plantation of self-hatred and dependency, they have launched a vicious assault on Kanye West for his support of Donald Trump. He has been called mentally ill and Trumps "token negro" by CNN. They even went so far as to say that West's support for Trump is what happens when "negroes don't read."
he left works relentlessly to paint conservatives as "white supremacists" and racists, however, their insistence that black Americans think like they do and stay trapped in a world where they are downtrodden and oppressed is more indicative of racism.
The right believes in equality of opportunity for all, meaning that everyone regardless of race can achieve anything based on their own merits. It is the left that is so intensely focused on the issue of race. They insist that black Americans hold onto this misguided sense of resentment for something that they themselves did not experience. They insist that black Americans denounce the notion of individualism and merit and stay trapped in this cycle of dependency. In this author's humble opinion, the very definition of white supremacy is the notion that black Americans can't have a fair shot without the help of the white, liberal welfare state!
To illustrate this further, consider the origins of the white privilege concept that has taken the nation by storm. White privilege education actually started because it was believed minority students were not as capable as whites of keeping up with the lesson plans. The following is an excerpt from my new book Psychopolitics in America: A Nation Under Conquest.
"White privilege education originates from a program called Create Wisconsin. It was created in 2009 by the Wisconsin Department of Instruction to study the challenges that minority students faced because public education, it was argued, was geared towards white kids and not minorities.
It argues that minority students sometimes struggle because public education is geared toward white students, and lessons are often delivered in a manner that minority students can?t understand. It argues that too many minority students are placed in special education because school officials fail to understand their strengths, challenges, and cultural norms. In short, the achievement gap that exists between white and minority students has less to do with ability than culture, and the lack of a level playing field in schools.
Every year there is an annual White Privilege Conference hosted by a group bearing that name. Their goal, as noted on their public website, is to ?deconstruct the white culture? to achieve racial justice. The idea of deconstructing whiteness is one that is rapidly catching on, as universities across the country are adding this to their preexisting social justice programs. Illinois? Northwestern University?a prestigious private university, mind you?is one such school looking to shame people for being white. White students looking to participate in social justice are encouraged to explore why their whiteness should lead to feelings of guilt. Other topics designed to deconstruct white culture are intellectualizing racism vs. real feelings of racism and appropriate terminology to use when discussing issues of race.
What they are arguing for is a system based not on the student?s ability, but on cultural differences and the assumption that minority students aren?t able to comprehend the lessons being taught. This in and of itself is racism because they are arguing that minorities are not as smart as white kids and need extra help. Because of this assumption the entire education system has been dumbed down to a lower standard, which creates lower expectations for everyone. Every year at Wisconsin?s annual White Privilege Conference it is further taught that America?s culture is inherently racist and that minority students need special treatment to succeed. If that isn?t the textbook definition of racism, then I wouldn?t know what is."
The truth is that this attitude is based on the disciplines of psychology and psychiatry, which have their origins in the Darwinian theory of evolution. In evolutionary theory, humankind is an evolving process, i.e. the survival of the fittest type of mentality. People ascribing to this theory have traditionally viewed blacks as being inferior and without wills of their own. In fact, a term drapetomania refers to the idea that blacks prefer to live a life of servitude as opposed to freedom. The following is an excerpt from Psychopolitics in America.
"In a report entitled Psychiatry and Racism: Psychiatry?s Betrayal, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights shows the historical roots between racist attitudes and the fields of psychiatry and psychology.
For centuries, Psychiatry and Psychology have provided the scientific justification of racism and the resultant abuse, assault and genocide of targeted races and groups.
Francis Galton, according to the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, was an English psychologist who was related to Charles Darwin and shared in many of his views concerning his theory of evolution. Galton, because he believed in evolutionary science, was convinced that Africans were inferior. Stating in his book Tropical South Africa that they had no independent will of their own, Galton believed that Africans needed leadership and preferred a life of servitude. This belief is what was later used to justify slavery. In fact, Africans who resisted slavery were considered mentally ill, as it was generally believed that blacks were incapable of self-care and freedom. This disease was referred to as Drapetomania.
Today, with the white privilege narrative raging across the nation, it seems that anyone disagreeing with this consensus is being accused of racism. The Left is pushing the idea that blacks need government welfare to level the playing field, when in fact it is this welfare and government dependence that keeps them down."
The left fights to convince minorities that they are oppressed victims and that they are unable to compete in a nation such as ours because of the inherent racism built within the institutions. The only institutional racism that exists is within the ranks of the Democrat Party. Their behavior towards Kanye and other conservative blacks is right in line with the what is described in the above paragraphs. They treat the fact that they have chosen to think for themselves and question the mainstream narrative as some type of disease. They launch vicious assaults against them just as if they are hunting down escaped slaves. It is the backward mentality of the left, which views blacks and other minorities as inferior and in need of "special help" that is the real white supremacism. It is the insistence that blacks view themselves as victims as opposed to citizens with equal opportunity that holds them back and keeps them impoverished. Which is right where the Democrat party wants them, poor and voting Democrat!
When Taylor Swift Comes Out For Democrats, She's Brave, A Role Model; When Kanye West Comes Out For Trump, He's 'Token Negro,' Mentally Ill, 'Uncle Tom'
ByJOSEPH CURL @JOSEPHCURL October 11, 2018
One thing's for sure about the mainstream media: They're predictable.
Take the recent blockbuster story that singer Taylor Swift prefers Democrats over Republicans. Yes, the 28-year-old who dropped out of high school and later earned a GED, on Sunday declared that she opposes Tennessee Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn, a Republican.
"Her voting record in Congress appalls and terrifies me. These are not MY Tennessee values," Swift wrote on Instagram. "I always have and always will cast my vote based on which candidate will protect and fight for the human rights I believe we all deserve in this country."
"I believe in the fight for LGBTQ rights, and that any form of discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender is WRONG. I believe that the systemic racism we still see in this country towards people of color is terrifying, sickening and prevalent," she wrote. Swift also said she would not vote for someone "who will not be willing to fight for dignity for ALL Americans, no matter their skin color, gender or who they love."
The New York Times covered the major story with a piece headlined, "Taylor Swift, Apolitical No More, Endorses Democratic Candidates in Tennessee." "Conservatives dismissed her as a political know-nothing, and liberals celebrated ... " said the piece.
The Washington Post covered the breaking news, then the next day wrote a story headlined, "Taylor Swift?s endorsement of Democrats is followed by a spike in voter registrations." (Swift had urged young people to register, but for the record, the spike had little do with her ? the deadline for registering was just 48 hours after her post, and registrations always spike during that final period.)
Another piece in the Post called Swift's move "the October surprise of 2018." "Swift already stands out from her peers as having the most politically diverse fan base among young Americans, and I would not bet against her helping register, empower and activate just enough of them to make a difference in November, for them and the country," the article said.
All the morning "news" programs covered the Swift story, lauding Swift for being brave and serving as a role model for young people.
Hollywood "stars" came out, too, with praise for Swift.
A big shout out to @taylorswift13. for speaking out. You can single handedly change this country. Impress on your fans how critical and powerful their voices are. If you get them to the polls on Nov.6, everything you care about will be protected. #VOTE
? Rob Reiner (@robreiner) October 8, 2018
Sometimes you can shake it off, other times you have to speak up. Sending you so much love and respect, @TaylorSwift13. pic.twitter.com/HTLjogmisd
? Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) October 9, 2018
Read every word of this message from @taylorswift13 If even a fraction of her 83.5M followers go to https://t.co/sbOmiO5pXF, register & VOTE we can restore checks & balances to the #GOP who control ALL 3 branches of gov't. https://t.co/KgQoTfhrru matters YOUR VOTE MATTERS! pic.twitter.com/CbUZy1uXG9
? Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) October 8, 2018
And not surprisingly, all the women on "The View" swooned.
But the MSM and Hollywood have not covered another singer's political preferences in the same way ? not by a long shot.
Rapper Kanye West has vocally supported President Trump, and he's having lunch with him today at the White House. West garnered headlines earlier this month when he praised Trump after a performance on "Saturday Night Live" while wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat.
"The liberals bully you and tell you what you can and cannot wear. And they look at me and say, 'It's not fair. How the hell did you get here?' " West said. On Trump, he said: "If someone inspires me and I connect with them, I don't have to believe in all their policies ... We need to have a dialogue not a diatribe, because if you want something to change, it's not going to change by saying, 'FXXk that person.' Try love. Try love."
West also bashed the media, saying: ?Ninety percent of news are liberal. Ninety percent of TV, LA, New York, writers, rappers, musicians, so it?s easy to make it seem like it?s so so so one-sided,? he said. "The blacks weren?t always Democrats. You know it?s like the plan they did, to take the fathers out the home and put them on welfare. Does anybody know about that? That?s a Democratic plan."
Following West's comments, Alisyn Camerota, co-host of CNN's "New Day," said his behavior is alarming and asked the audience if it's time to be concerned.
?I think [his rants are] a little bit uncomfortable, I just am wondering if it?s time to start worrying about Kanye because he does go on, sometimes, nonsensical rants,? she said. ?He has taken a break for some stress related issues, so I?m concerned.?
On Tuesday, a guest commentator on CNN went much further.
?Listen, black folks are about to trade Kanye West in the racial draft, OK?" Tara Setmayer said. "They?ve had it with him. And he?s an attention whore like the president. He?s all of a sudden now the model spokesperson; he?s the token Negro of the Trump administration? This is ridiculous. And no one should be taking Kanye West seriously; he clearly has issues; he?s already been hospitalized."
Meanwhile, fellow rapper Snoop Dogg (real name Calvin Broadus) went even further.
?Make ya music great again nigga," Broadus wrote on Instagram after West's SNL appearance. "Uncle Tom. A55 nigga."
Broadus has criticized West before, saying in a radio interview last month: ?I don?t give a fk. If you like that nigga, you motherfkin? racist, fk you and fk him. Now what? Draw the line, nigga,? he said. ?Kanye too, nigga. Don?t forget about him, too, fk you, too.?
Greg Gutfeld, co-host of Fox News' "The Five," broke it all down succinctly.
"There's a big difference between these political statements by Taylor Swift and Kanye. Taylor Swift was a virtue signal to try to preserve her reputation among her peers. And I don't blame her for that because, you know, she needs to maintain her relevancy even though she's filthy rich. Kanye's the opposite of Taylor Swift in that he's stepping away to speak what he believes to be a truth. He may be right, he may be wrong, but it's the truth that his peers hate."
"And that's dangerous and it's brave. So what Taylor is doing is the opposite of bravery. It's not cowardice but it's not brave. Whereas Kanye's a symbol of a greater act of sacrifice, the willingness to expend his career and his capital to challenge, again, he is challenging the mob. And they don't call him Yeezus for nothing. So here you have exactly the response where some comic from SNL is calling him a jacka55 because he's willing to take the risk," Gutfeld said.
The real question is why is anyone who is into politics some kind of hypocrite? They aren't into politics (policy), they are into image. I am only slightly right of center, but compared to the msm, I am far right. Few know what policies they themselves endorse. I am all for reduced government, but support gay marriage, though they should call it something else. And, as a musician, I've never understood why some artists alienate half their audience by throwing their hat into the ring.
The right screams over "Hollywood" and elects Reagan and a B-list reality TV star. Wrong. American voters voted them in. Usually the middle of the road voters. The same ones that voted in Clinton and Obama. Another Cannabis College voter that knows nothing about our election process.