civil rights movement, climate change, Gropin' Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Kristen Clarke, Lloyd Austin, Martin Luther King, non-white white supremacy, systemic racism, white supremacy
Gropin’ Joe Biden’s halting inaugural teleprompter reading was all about unity, except the part where we’re all racists and white supremacists, but he’s absolutely going to unify us, whether we like it or not. And of course, he knows we won’t, because America is a cesspool of systemic racism chock full of little, furiously swimming white supremacists.
His minions have plenty of ideas how to do that, like mass deprogramming, and seizing our children—and us too, of course–and putting them in reeducation camps. I suppose there’s a sort of unity in that. Fortunately, the Harris Administration has loads of readily available how-to examples from Communist dictatorships that splendidly unified their people until they collapsed and their long-oppressed people demonstrated their appreciation for that kind of unity in rather bloody and final ways. There’s also unity in the executive orders he issued on his first half day in office, not one of which benefits America or Americans, quite the opposite.
Particularly striking was the deification of Gropin’ Joe by various talking heads. Van Jones cried at Biden’s magnificence, and various drooling media dimwits were thrilled to have a real love story back in the White House, because you know, we haven’t had one since Barack and Michelle, and wasn’t she just magnificent, dressed like just, well, it’s just impossible to really say how wonderful she is, not that they didn’t try.
Chalian’s bizarre commentary about Joe’s all-encompassing arms of compassion was a bit strained in that the Capital was a totally secured military zone, and there was no one for Joe’s arms to encompass. Apparently Joe took that lesson from the dead communist regimes in the dustbin of history. Chalian’s politician worship was eerily reminiscent of that of North Koreans for their dear leader. Now that’s a unified society. We’re going to be seeing quite a bit of that from now on.
I always thought, and have consistently written, that the Civil Rights Movement was one of America’s greatest successes. They won. America lived up to its promise, and every American of good will is glad for it. But if there is any single theme of the Harris Administration—Joe is just a rapidly failing placeholder, the bait of the greatest bait and switch scam in American history—it’s that the Civil Rights Movement was a scam and a total failure. How can we know this? Because America is a cesspool of racism. It’s systemically racist and chock-full of white supremacists. Many of them, we have learned only this week, aren’t even white! Oh, and climate change is the second worst thing ever, but maybe it’s actually tied for first, because racism and climate change are intertwined!
Oh, good. We’re back to the days of blaming absolutely everything on racism. Barack Obama might as well just be president again. People didn’t get enough of this kind of nonsense for nearly a decade during Obama’s two terms in office, huh? Some of Joe Biden’s climate team claims that climate change (which still has never been proven) is racist. That’s not just crazy—it’s divisive.
From Free Beacon:
‘A pair of top incoming White House environmental aides has blamed ‘systemic racism’ as a driver of climate change in an attempt to justify a government-led economic overhaul.
President-elect Joe Biden named progressive policy adviser Maggie Thomas as Office of Domestic Climate Policy chief of staff and climate advocate Cecilia Martinez as ‘senior director for environmental justice’ on Thursday. Both Thomas and Martinez have cited racial inequality as perpetuating climate change, arguing that the Biden administration’s environmental policy must be centered on ‘racial and economic justice.’
What could this nonsense possibly mean? Favored victim groups—and D/S/C polito-corporate cronies, are going to get lots and lots of taxpayer dollars, all in the name of “racial and economic justice.” The systemically racist white supremacist Americans, including those that aren’t actually white, are going to have to fork over a lot more tax money. The Harris Commissars have yet to explain how they’re going to do that if we’re all being deprogrammed in re-education camps.
In another blast from the past of all the Obamite racial healing, the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice is going to give us racial, economic and social justice, good and hard:
Professor Kristen Clarke — Joe Biden’s pick to become Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division — once argued that Black people have ‘superior physical and mental abilities’ to White people.
Clarke wrote that melanin ‘endows Blacks with greater mental, physical and spiritual abilities — something which cannot be measured based on Eurocentric standards.’
That’s rather convenient, isn’t it? These superior abilities can’t be measured—which means they can’t be detected—by anyone other than people like Clarke. So much for meritocracy. Lest one think this was only some boneheaded theory Clarke held when young, only a few years ago she was interviewed by Tucker Carlson and demonstrated she still holds these views, which rational people, prior to the Golden Age of Obama, would have called “racist,” “stupid,” perhaps even “evil.”
And speaking of the Golden Age of Obama, one of its features was the mass displacement of actual warriors in the leadership and ranks of our military with social justice warriors. President Trump was able, to a limited degree, to reverse that trend, but Harris/Biden are, once again–damn the ability to fight and win wars–full social justice ahead! as Breitbart.com reports:
Lloyd Austin, President-elect Joe Biden’s nominee for defense secretary, said Tuesday during his confirmation hearing that he would work to rid the military of ‘racists and extremists.’
During his opening remarks, Lloyd Austin stated:
We also owe our people a working environment free of discrimination, hate and harassment. If confirmed, I will fight hard to stamp out sexual assault, to rid our ranks of racists and extremists, and to create a climate where everyone fit and willing has the opportunity to serve this country with dignity. The job of the Department of Defense is to keep America safe from our enemies. But we can’t do that if some of those enemies lie within our own ranks.
Well, that sounds sort of reasonable, but one must also keep in mind Clintonian language deformation. Much depends of what “racism,” “extremism,” and “hate” mean. Normal Americans know those definitions, but the dictionary folks have, of late, demonstrated a disturbing tendency to suddenly redefine words whose definitions have been settled and well understood for centuries. Oddly coincidental is the altered definitions are, without exception, conforming to the most deranged wokeness.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) said, ‘I have been deeply alarmed, as have many of my colleagues by the rise of white supremacists and extremist ideology in the military,’ adding that he and 13 senators had sent a letter to the Pentagon inspector general last week asking for an ‘immediate and intensive investigation’ of the prevalence of white supremacy and extremist ideology in the ranks.
In other words, President Trump has been far too successful in refocusing our military on war fighting rather than on being a critical race theory fraternity. It’s time to get back in step with the inevitable march of history, which bends toward trans—or something.
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) quoted former President Ulysses S. Grant from 1875 on the prospect of another civil war: ‘If we are to have another contest in the near future of our national existence, I predict that the dividing line will not be Masons and Dixons but between patriotism and intelligence on the one side, and superstition, ambition and ignorance on the other.’
Kaine added, ‘Those words are very chilling, as we contemplate what we saw in this Capitol on the 6th of January. We saw ambition, we saw superstition.’
Apparently Kaine also believes the Civil Rights Movement a complete failure. Actually what we saw on January 6th was a pre-planned false flag operation. Obviously, daring to demonstrate for election integrity is the very definition of all the bad words D/S/Cs throw about with such gay abandon.
Austin said leaders need to be trained to be in touch with their troops to understand ‘who they are, what they are doing, what they are reading,’ and be aware of signs that could indicate something is going in the wrong direction.
‘I think our leaders need to be able to talk to their subordinates and instill in them the right types of values — the values our military and country embraces, and failure to adhere to those values means you should not be a part of our formation,’ he said.
Again, the devil is in the definitions and connotations. What, exactly, are those “right types of values?” Will military members caught reading the wrong sorts of things, or engaging in badthink, suddenly find themselves dishonorably discharged? Of course they will, as Austin explained:
I will want the leaders of all the services and all of the departments to make sure that they’re doing the right things to set the right example and to create the right climate that discourages and eliminates that type of behavior,’ he said.
‘And this is not something we can be passive on. This is something I think we have to be active on and we have to lean into it and make sure we’re doing the right things to create the right climate.’
To get a reasonable idea of just what Austin and the other D/S/Cs are talking about, we revisit a PJ Media article from July of 2020, where the lovely graphic below was distributed to our Army’s soldiers, telling them what White Supremacy was all about. Particularly interesting are the characteristics of White Supremacy below the black line, the “Covert White Supremacy (Social Acceptable)” characteristics. Apparently those putting together this charming graphic aren’t all that aware of how to use adverbs, but considering the definitions of words are now infinitely flexible, I don’t suppose that’s surprising.
So utterly insane was much of this social justice claptrap, the blowback was fierce, and the Army made a strategic retreat with amazing speed. We now know the problem wasn’t one of intent, but of timing. Now that they have complete control of the government, and our military, this graphic and all it portends will come roaring back with a vengeance, the vengeance they have in mind for us all. Note some of the things that are the very hallmarks of White Supremacy, and surely extremism as well:
Calling the police on black people. Presumably this means calling the police when black people are committing crimes is forbidden. One can’t call the police and say “I see black people,” and expect anything other than laughter.
White silence. It’s not enough to merely express no hatred for anyone in thought, word or deed. One must say precisely what race hustlers want them to say when they want them to say it.
Colorblindness. Martin Luther King was obviously a non-white white supremacist when he dreamed one day people would not judge his children by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. Our military, a meritocracy by design and necessity, has, for nearly 70 years, been colorblind. Who knew all those advances in racial equality were actually racist all along?
Meritocracy myth. Meritocracy—actually having to demonstrate competence in any given task, such as leading men and women in battle without throwing their lives away, piloting aircraft or warships, disarming explosives or programming a nuclear warhead—is the ultimate lie and racism.
Eurocentric curriculum. Western civilization—BAAAAAAAAD!
Education funding from property taxes (??!!). And from where else will education funding come?
Make America Great Again. This is just another way to say that anyone believing America is an exceptional nation is racist. If not, why would anyone want to risk their life in the military to defend just another, undistinguished, bad place to live?
Don’t blame me; I never owned slaves. This one is confusing. We know White people are guilty forever for the actions of people dead for centuries, and actions they abhor, but now non-white people are White Supremacists too. This kind of logic also stands in the way of reparations, so it has to go.
All lives matter. Of course they don’t. Our military—most of whose lives don’t matter–must defend only some lives.
Denial of white privilege. Denying white privilege is the most perfect evidence of white privilege, regardless of whether a white person has seen any privilege, ever.
Denial of racism. See? See? If you deny you’re racist, even if there is not a shred of evidence to indicate you are, that’s the best possible evidence you’re racist, you racist.
Anti-immigration policies. Oh. Anyone believing there ought to be immigration laws, or they ought to be enforced, is obviously a racist. This doesn’t explain the far more strict laws of other nations, but consistency and rationality are obviously racist too.
Celebration of Columbus Day. Who? Wasn’t that the guy whose statues were all torn down because racism or something?
Believing we are Post-racial. See? The Civil Rights Movement was a White Supremacist plot! Who you gonna believe, us or your own lyin’ eyes?
There’s only one human race. There are lots of those, and there are 57 or more genders, all of who will now be given preference in every possible way in our new, enlightened military. If you don’t like your current gender or race, military surgeons will be forced to give you new ones next week.
It’s quite simple, gentle readers: we’re all racists and white supremacists and extremists, and everything we say, do or think—or don’t—is prima facie evidence we are. There is no way to prove we aren’t, and any attempt to prove we aren’t is even better proof we are, which is apparently science–or something.
If we weed out everyone in our military under those standards, we’ll have a very small, but politically reliable force fit only for suppression of all those racists, white supremacists and extremists out there in Flyover Country. That will free up loads of dollars to combat racism and white supremacy and climate change, and badthink/badspeak, and loads of other stuff that’s wrong with this absolute hellhole of a country. The remaining politically reliable supermen—and women—and other stuff–will be hell on wheels reciting critical race theory, but lay in an artillery barrage? Maintain the nuclear reactor on a sub? Land an F-35 on a moving carrier? Not so much. Tens of thousands of troops will find permanent postings in DC, to protect the only racially pure and virtuous people left in America, who cannot, for the good of civilization—not Western Civilization, certainly—ever be voted out of office.
We are truly living in Heinlein’s crazy years. This isn’t going to end well, but it will end.
UPDATE: 01-22-21, 2145 MT: Lloyd Austin has been confirmed by the Senate as Defense Secretary. God help our military–and us.
Elmer Fudd said:
Glad I stocked up on plenty of thermonuclear hand grenades.
Mike McDaniel said:
Dear Elmer Fudd:
Do you have any to spare?
I’m Joe Biden’s husband and I never grope. I sniff her head and go to bed.
March Hare said:
We are all Yossarian now.
Mike McDaniel said:
Dear March Hare:
Now there’s a Catch 22…
I’m Joe Biden’s husband and I never grope. I sniff her head and go to bed.
I aprove this message.
Elmer Fudd said:
I’ve got my centrifuges spinning at full capacity, but it takes a lot of Separative Work Units to get enough bomb grade Uranium to build a bomb.
Mike McDaniel said:
Dear Elmer Fudd:
Regarding centrifuges, you and the Iranians. Biden should love and subsidize you.
Old Barn said:
Free speech means saying exactly what the gubmn’t wants me to say when it wants me to say it, and silence is an admission of guilt for disagreeing with what the gubmn’t wants me to say. Got it. Gonna be interesting to see what C.J. Roberts wants to do when those cases show up at some point, though he may be irrelevant by then.
I’m about 18 days late in posting about this but I just want to say this scares the livin’ hell out of me.
I talked to my closest friends a few times already, telling them how badly we’ve been outflanked. We all agree: we thought we beat the Democratic Party back when we had our own “kitchen debates” in the late 60’s and early 70’s. Turns out we walked away feeling satisfied but they never stopped plotting their moves and they’ve figured out how to counter us (actual natural born Americans who believe in our Constitution and Bill of Rights) at every turn.
Mike McDaniel said:
To paraphrase the Founders, I suspect we too are facing the times that try men’s souls.
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