The Propaganda Value of Putting Things On Mars
by David Sims
OF ALL THINGS deplorable, I must report that SpaceX has a Black (part-Black, actually) astronaut, Victor Glover. The possibility that SpaceX might, for political reasons, cause a Black person to become the first human on Mars worries me. It would forever give Blacks an honor that their race didn’t earn. It would forever deprive Whites of a deserved distinction, and it would give the leftists a talking point, albeit an invalid one, about “racial equality.”
The races aren’t equals. The White race, all by itself, can put anything at all on Mars. The Black race, left to itself, can’t even put a satellite into low Earth orbit. [Considering the sanitation system in Monrovia, for but one example, one doubts that they could even invent a flush toilet. — Ed.]
One of the things that the White race can put on Mars is a Black person. No Black nation, nor any consortium of them, could ever put him there themselves. But if SpaceX, or some other White-built rocket company, permits a Black to become the first person on Mars, it will create the false impression that the Black was a “great pioneer” and “took himself” there, when, in reality, he was put there by a race that is far more capable than his own.
The propaganda value of that impression would empower the Jews and Marxists with a deceptive gimmick of whose use they should never gain.
[Of course, if they would send them all there, along with their Jewish overseers, that would be a different matter. — Ed.]
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