The Truth About Racism: Democrats are trying to keep them on another kind of plantation

For the wall-to-wall news coverage on race, especially coming out of CNN regarding the nightly protests over police shootings, the real story is the attempts to hide the wounds that have never healed over Reconstruction after the Civil War.  No, it is not going too far back to think about such things.  Any student of history could see it; there is a reason that Democrats want to destroy public education to control what you know and learn from history, how you might come to think and solve problems.  If they’re going to hold you, they must control what you know, and concerning the Progressive Movement that came about around the 1890s, you have to understand the scam they have been attempting to cover up for which they are most guilty. But to know it, you would have had to read books that are pretty obscure because nobody is covering this topic very well.  When we learn about the Civil War, we understand that it freed the slaves, but they never talk about the hows or whys.  And we certainly don’t remember much about Reconstruction after the Civil War.  I think Dinesh D’souza did some of the best modern work on showing who the racists of society were and what needs to be done about it, which is the great secret of our day. 

I usually wouldn’t pour any gasoline on the fire but watching this garbage on the news has forced me to reveal what nobody wants to think about.  What I see on the riot coverage are not blacks.  I know many people of color, some that I am very close with and care about very much who are black.  I see from the rioters, slaves made that way through a terrible public education system and a liberalized media hiding a terrible secret.  They only care to riot for an opportunity to steal televisions and tennis shoes. They do not care about racism or how we managed to get racism in our country and understand that.  I would point the curious mind to one of my absolute favorite books on planet earth, the incredible book about western gunfighters called Triggernometry by Eugene Cunningham, first published in 1934.  Good ol’ Eugene was around in the days of the gunfighters and knew them from first-hand accounts.  And he certainly knew the hatred that still existed, especially among bloodthirsty killers like John Wesley Hardin and Jesse James, how political their killings were.  Hardin was forged from the political circumstances in Texas during Reconstruction after the Civil War, where black police were put in charge as a stick in the eye of the defeated Democrats provoking much violence.  One of my favorite Wild West sheriffs came to have one of the most remarkable law enforcement careers in history through Reconstruction, which nobody knows about because he was a black man, Bass Reeves.  Jesse James was far more political than just a killer.  He believed he was fighting against Reconstruction, attacking radical Republicans who had freed the slaves and forcing slave states like Missouri to integrate blacks into society against their southern will. 

Democrats failed, of course, and they eventually gave up their fight against Reconstruction directly.  Instead, they entered government in the North and began undoing much of what Republicans under Lincoln and Grant started.  Of course, this took a long time to occur to mask their efforts; they adopted this new Progressive Movement that was coming out of Wisconsin, and even Teddy Roosevelt fell for it.  But it was a platform for Democrats to rebrand themselves after Reconstruction and regain power over blacks and get revenge for losing their slaves.  Through big government communism and socialism, Progressives sought to put slaves into the inner cities to control them on a new kind of plantation.  They rotted the minds of blacks through public education, gave them free government services, and sought to destroy all family structures so that the people themselves would have no support mechanism to defend themselves intellectually.  Then finally, they would highjack the Civil Rights movement by using Martin Luther King to flip the script on Reconstruction, which was around 90 years old at that time.  It may seem like ancient history to us today.  Reconstruction was very much on the minds of Democrats.  In the tumultuous 60s, where Russian communism was penetrating our colleges overtly, and blacks were being used to hide the Klu Klux Klan past, the old bushwhackers from the Civil War were still stinging from the pain of Reconstruction.  The South lost their way of life and economy to the do-gooder radical Republicans who came to power under Lincoln and Grant, and they never got over it. 

The plots to kill President Lincoln for defeating the South in the Civil War are now well known.  And the constant political scheme to ruin Grant can be studied to significant effect by reading Ron Chernow’s book titled, appropriately, Grant.  It wasn’t much different from the way Democrats and some Republicans treated President Trump.  Grant was attacked by Democrats constantly because of Reconstruction and his administration in controversy.  I remember a report I did on Grant in the third grade where I talked about him as a war hero.  I wanted to think so because he was from Ohio, essentially southern Cincinnati. So I talked him up in one of my early writing escapades, which my teacher didn’t like, even back then in the 70s.  She was all caught up on the Democrat position on Grant and wanted me to portray him as a drunk, bankrupt scallywag.  I, of course, didn’t change my report, and I did get a lousy grade, although my teacher did admit that I showed great promise with my writing ability.  But you get the point with that bit of example of the kind of extremism. This kind of situation is taught to people, especially blacks freed from slavery by Republicans and abused right up to these modern-day race riots by Democrats, and exploited for everything that Progressives can give themselves through this racism theater.

It’s not hard to find the evidence if you care to find it.  Joe Biden has a long history with former members of the Klu Klux Klan, the types who came into office and stayed there for 50 years or more, elected because of Reconstruction in the South to dismantle the efforts.  The blacks like Frederick Douglass showed great promise of the kind of people who could benefit the American way of life. Democrats compelled blacks into the inner cities for the next hundred years, up to the present where they know nothing else to do but burn down buildings, turn over cars, and steal things to make a living because that is what Democrats want out of them.  For Democrats, it is revenge against the Republicans for what happened during Reconstruction.  Yes, it goes back to that point in history.  And slowly, over time, the best revenge was for Democrats to repackage themselves to the blacks their former and current slaves.  Now you know why they want to burn books telling the stories of the past.  So that people wouldn’t learn about these kinds of things.  After all, it’s how Democrats recaptured the blacks through voting by erasing their history and any knowledge of the excellent work that Republicans did to free them the first time.  And the danger that terrified Democrats most about Trump was that he was freeing blacks again, which showed in the last election.  And that is the truth of the matter, which is the key to understanding everything you need to know, dear reader, about the racial tensions we have now. 

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior


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