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by Bob Russell, ©2021 

(Dec. 6, 2021) — Systemic racism has been a problem in America from the very beginning of the nation, but the racism isn’t coming from where democrats and their Pravda/Goebbels fake news propagandists claim it is.  Let’s take a little ride down History Lane in the great experiment in liberty that is the united states of America.

Racists decry the Constitution being racist because blacks and Indians were to be counted as 3/5 of a person to determine representation in the House of Representatives.  What the democrats (the true racists) aren’t intelligent enough to realize or honest enough to admit is that the designation was not racist.  At the Constitutional Convention Southern states refused to sign anything that did not allow them to keep their slaves so slavery had to be allowed in order to get the nation established, but slavery opponents made a plan to help their cause later.  What the founders, unlike the race-baiters, knew was that if they designated every slave a full person, free states would never have enough members in the House of Representatives to abolish slavery so they designated slaves and Indians as less than a full person, giving themselves an avenue to abolish slavery later, hardly a racist motive!

Slavery began in the South with wealthy plantation owners, the people who first formed what became the democrat party, buying captured Africans from British slave traders who usually bought them from other African tribes who had captured them during war or the survivors after their tribe had been defeated in a tribal war.  The drive toward ending slavery began in the North among Christian people who eventually created the Republican party.  These Northerners, along with white Southerners who found cruel treatment of blacks unacceptable, got together and formed what became known as the Underground Railroad, a system of transportation routes and safe-houses that helped runaway slaves find safe passage to freedom in Northern states that had outlawed slavery.  These same people, white Christians, began a movement to abolish slavery nationwide.  This growing movement threatened the rich Southern plantation owners and eventually led to the Civil War.  The war was about states’ rights but the underlying issue was whether or not the federal government could force states to free the slaves.

When the South lost the war slavery became illegal nationwide and freed slaves were expected to be treated equally to whites.  The Southern plantation owners then went underground to reestablish their control over the black population.  They formed the Ku Klux Klan, a seditious group that killed blacks, Jews, and any whites who helped the oppressed groups (sounds like the Nazis, doesn’t it?).  Southern democrats continued their oppression in full view by passing the infamous Jim Crow laws that severely restricted where blacks could go.  They created segregation zones that were either black-only or white- only; there was to be no racial interaction at all.  White democrat governors like Orval Faubus of Arkansas and George Wallace of Alabama stood on the steps of colleges in their states and declared that no black would ever enroll in white colleges in their state.  President John F. Kennedy sent in the military to escort black students to enroll and then to classes to ensure their safety as they attended classes.

The segregation in many cases continued for decades until Martin Luther King, Jr. and a group of very courageous people, both black and white, began openly challenging the segregation policies of the democrat party that had now spread everywhere democrats could gain control of state and local governments. Use of the racial slur “n*****” became more widespread as the Civil Rights movement grew and spread.  Whites who openly espoused equal treatment were treated just as poorly as blacks.  Martin Luther King Jr. gave a speech in which he spoke the immortal words that people should be “judged on the content of their character, not the color of their skin.”  One of King’s most ardent opponents was the very racist lyndon johnson, a senator from Texas who as majority leader in the senate, fought vehemently against the Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts of 1964 and 1965.  As a senator, johnson used the filibuster to delay both bills for several years.  When he got control of the oval office after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Republicans controlled both the senate and house of representatives.  Johnson signed both bills under the threat of a veto override by Republicans who had a majority in the senate and had, along with what was called “Kennedy democrats,” enough votes to both stop a filibuster and override a veto.

While I have no proof I believe John F. Kennedy was killed because he strongly supported both bills.  That along with his war against the Mafia garnered enough enemies to get him killed and the conspiracy covered up.  The Warren Commission was a democrat-party conspiracy to hide the real circumstances of the assassination.  The same year Dr. King was killed Robert Kennedy was also killed, I believe, because he would continue the policies of his brother if elected president and they could not let the conspiracy be exposed or the JFK policies be reinstated.

When he signed the legislation johnson stated “I will have “n******” voting democrat for 200 years.”  Those are his words, not mine.  I find the racial slur term now called “the ‘N’ word” out of political correctness to be as offensive to me, both then and now, as it is to blacks.  I look at content of character as did Dr. King.

Lyndon B. Johnson was the 36th President of the United States (Wikipedia, public domain)

King was jailed several times, beaten, attacked by dogs turned loose by democrat-controlled police forces, and murdered in 1968 by a democrat who was a Klan activist and adamant racist, James Earl Ray.  Sadly, the murder of King set race relations back as the fake news media went on the attack against blacks and Republicans, accusing the conservatives of being the racists when it was very clear who the racists were then and still are today.  As president, lyndon johnson instituted his plan to continue segregation, the “Great Society.”  The way it worked was to create a welfare state to destroy the black family and put them back on the democrat-party plantation.

Unfortunately the plan was very successful.  It paid black women for each child they had out of wedlock.  Women who took jobs were penalized by a loss of welfare funds greater than their earnings so working was greatly diminished, making blacks even more dependent on government for survival.  The federal government became the overseer of blacks nationwide.  As time went on black children, being devoid of a father in the home to set an example, particularly to boys, on how to behave, turned to drug use and the crime rate spiraled out of control.  Black overseers like jesse jackson and al sharpton, race hustlers who got rich oppressing blacks while spouting lies against those who were not racist, began to gain prominence with the help of democrat politicians, their Pravda/Goebbels fake news propagandists, and a hollywood that was growing more liberal and elitist.  Black children were discouraged from excelling, being told they were entitled to a free ride because of slavery (that ended in 1865) and that they were intellectually inferior to whites.

The liberal elite vilified President Trump, who turned many blacks away from the democrat party by implementing policies that helped them more than any president in the history of the nation, as “racist” and every other slur that applies to themselves. To this day, they are tearing this nation apart, separating people by skin color, ethnicity, economic standing, and political and religious beliefs.

Fast-forward to 2021 with democrats holding control of the oval office and both houses of congress, and blacks are being told by the same kind of liberal white racists that they are inferior.  Like the 1960s and 1970s they are told that without government preference they can’t compete in society; not in education, not the job market, not anywhere.   The “mostly peaceful” riots of 2020, which the democrats and their Pravda/Goebbels fake news propagandists called “peaceful” when video clearly showed burning buildings and vandalism occurring in the background with billions in damage and more than two dozen blacks murdered by other blacks, started with the “defund the police” movement begun by the satanic left that left minority-owned businesses at the mercy of black and white marxist thugs who did a great deal of damage to property, life, and overall security.

Democrats excuse violent criminal acts, especially if the criminal is black, and instead blame conservative Christians and Republicans for the problems despite ample evidence of where the fault rests.

The marxist critical race theory program they are using to indoctrinate all of our children into accepting marxism teaches children that ALL whites are oppressors and that ALL blacks are oppressed.  This racist lie denies the accomplishments of blacks like Frederick Douglas, George Washington Carver, Clarence Thomas, Ben Carson, Allen West, and countless other blacks who have succeeded in all venues through education, hard work, and dedication to becoming the best they can be.  Tell me, who is spouting the idea that skin color determines who can and who cannot succeed in life?  It  isn’t conservative Christians and Republicans who are the racists but rather it is the satanists that infest the democrat party.  Some of the greatest soldiers I knew in my time in the U.S. Army Special Forces were black.  We looked after each other because we were a team, each of us needed the others, and we all bled red when wounded.  There was no black, white, red or yellow; there was only green, the proud tradition of earning the right to wear the much-coveted and even harder-to-earn Green Beret that is the symbol of one of the most distinguished military fighting forces in the history of mankind.

Special Forces has shown, if anyone cares to look, that race is not a factor in excellence.  We lived together, ate together, trained together, fought together, bled together, and won together because all we saw was what we had in common: a green beret, red blood, and an undying love of God, country, and our fellow man.  If the true racists would be honest with themselves and everyone else they would admit they are intimidated by their own irrational hatred for someone based on skin color.  I wonder how many people are not really racist but act as though they are so they will be accepted by their social circle who are racists.  I grew up with people of all ethnic groups.  I lived only one mile from an area called Mulligan Flats, the slum area of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in the 1950s from the time I was five until I enlisted in the Army at 18 years of age (1955 to 1968).  Mulligan Flats was inhabited by poor whites, blacks, Indians, and Asians.  I both attended school and played baseball with them.  There were never any racial issues among us because all of us were taught to live by “The Golden Rule”: treat others as you want to be treated.  That philosophy, taught by Jesus Christ, has served me well for what will be 72 years in January 2022.

Green Berets in Honduras, 2014, Wikimedia Commons, public domain

When I hear politicians, including one of the most racist men to ever sit in the oval office, denigrate blacks and blame others for their own irrational attitudes, it sickens me.  I have no respect for any liberal.  They live their lives in hatred of God, country, and their fellow man, a hatred created and fueled by satan himself as part of his plan to destroy America and establish his global dictatorship.  I daily pray asking God to open eyes and soften hearts, to fuel a historic revival in our land and that conservative Christians will take control of both houses of Congress in the 2022 mid-term elections and that Donald Trump or someone like him will win the presidential election in 2024 so We the People can see our nation return to the status of “a shining city on a hill” as described by John Winthrop many years ago.

I submit this in the name of the Most Holy Trinity, in faith, with the responsibility given to me by Almighty God to honor His work and not let it die from neglect. 


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