Elections, Lies, and Psychological Abuse
by David Sims
THE DEMOCRATS cannot possibly win the 2020 presidential election fairly. They only have a chance if they cheat. How will they go about it? They will probably use Black Lives Matter (BLM), whose members will stand close about the voting places, claiming to be there to ensure “a free and fair election,” but will pose menacingly toward the voters, threatening to beat up anybody who shows any signs of potentially voting “wrongly.” [Being White is doubtlessly one such “sign.” — Ed.]
Also, expect more of those female Black vote counters, like the ones who were caught cheating for the Democrats in 2016, such as Brenda Snipes in Broward County, Florida.
Rayshard Brooks: Another Put-up Job
On a related topic: Where do all these leftist liars come from? One of them, Stacey Abrams, asserted that the Atlanta police shot and killed Rayshard Brooks (a male Black) simply because Brooks had fallen asleep in his car while it was in a Wendy’s drive-through window lane.
In fact, however, police shot Rayshard Brooks after Brooks resisted arrest for DUI, punched and knocked down two police officers, stole a taser from one of them, and fired it at an officer. Only after all of that happened did the police shoot Rayshard Brooks.
This is how leftists lie. They tell only part of the story in a way calculated to mislead you, and they omit any inconvenient details.
Or, I should say, that is one of the ways that leftists lie.
Blacks and Slavery
With reference to BLM and Jews, etc., complaining of “White slave owners” like Jefferson and Washington: When given the chance to engage in slavery as the owners, Blacks have never hesitated.
First, many of the Black slaves who ended their lives as slaves in 17th, 18th, and 19th century America began their lives as slaves in Africa, having been enslaved there by other African Blacks.
Second, some of the biggest slave-owners in America prior to the American Civil War were Blacks themselves, including Cecile Richards, Justus Angel, Mistress Horry, and Antoine Dubuclet.
Third, when after the American Civil War, some Blacks were repatriated to Liberia, they set up a political and economic system that effectively enslaved the natives of that African region.
So Blacks, whatever their complaints about historical slavery, will probably see no reason not to enslave other peoples if they gain the opportunity to do so.
The only civilization ever to abolish slavery is modern European civilization, and the abolition was motivated by the charity and moral sentiments of White people.
And from that magnanimity, history teaches us an important lesson: It isn’t slavery per se that brings about the worst problems for the owner-class. Rather it is relenting from slavery that causes the worst trouble — repudiating slavery without getting rid of the former slaves, one way or another.
You probably remember the story about the emperor’s new clothes. A fraudster aimed to get money out of the royal treasury by posing as a seamstress with the talent of weaving magical clothing. She pretended to make a robe for the emperor which was light as air and fancy as all get-out. When she presented it to the emperor, she told him that it was enchanted. Only people who were worthy of their station could see the robe. It would be invisible to anyone else. By this means, the trickster said, the emperor would be able to tell which of his ministers were unworthy of their offices.
The emperor himself couldn’t see the new outfit, but he was afraid to say so, lest people get the idea that he was unworthy of being the ruler of the land. So he pretended to see the new robe. He took off his other clothes and pretended to put it on. And then off he went to make his royal procession.
The sly con-artist made sure to put the word out regarding the “enchantment” of the emperor’s new clothes. Accordingly, everywhere the emperor went, the people who lined the streets were afraid to say that he was strutting about naked. They pretended to see the emperor’s fancy new robe, and they made comments about what marvelous colors it had.
But somewhere along the route, there was a young boy who, upon seeing the emperor, asked (loudly) “Why is he naked?”
Since it wasn’t possible that a young peasant boy could be unworthy of his station, the emperor suddenly realized that he had been deceived. Upon returning to his palace, he had the trickster arrested and hanged.
Leftists often bluff in just the same way that the trickster in the story did. In particular, you might compare the moral pretenses of Black Lives Matter, and those of Marxist Blacks [and their manipulators] in general, to be like unto the emperor’s new clothes. The supposed moral justification for their actions simply is not there. It doesn’t exist. We have been bluffed, too many of us, into pretending that it exists, so that the rest of us won’t think that we are “bad people.” [We who see the truth are emphatically not bad people. Quite the opposite. — Ed.]
The Real Bad People
By giving in to the mob, by kneeling before rioting criminals, our police and the political establishment have proved that they are a mixture of fools, leftist infiltrators, and just plain old traitors.
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