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Sunday, August 8, 2010

Run Away From The Plantation

H/t to Vanderleun for the clip above.

Having watched it, now read Donald Sensing's take on the breaking of chains.

Imagine America, with the Plantation consigned forever to its past.

Can you?


Anonymous Defender said...

"Freedom doesn't come from Republicans. Freedom doesn't come from Democrats. [Pointing at capitol building] We LEND them our power!"
This film appears to be the antidote to the socialists' accusations of racism against TEA party independents and the growing racial polarization of America. "Tyranny is COLORBLIND!"
Indeed. Progressives are equal opportunity oppressors.

August 8, 2010 at 8:17 AM  
Anonymous Defender said...

Did you read about the New Haven, Conn., man arrested at his office for saying he understood the mindset of the killer of nine at a beer distributorship over alleged racism?


Now it's an arrestable offense to have unpopular opinions.
Speaking of...
I wonder if he knew about the Christians bullied by police for protesting a Rob Zombie concert.
Still a pretty big plantation, y'all, and getting bigger.

August 8, 2010 at 8:47 AM  
Anonymous GardenSERF said...

Good timing on this topic from all involved. Remember that for people to really leave Plato's cave, they must first free themselves from fear:


Also, interesting timing that there has been a push to get the Great O to lead a "national dialogue on race" this past week...

August 8, 2010 at 1:35 PM  
Anonymous Defender said...

The city near me is 85% black, has a black mayor, police chief, fire chief, and half of city council. I've never felt any prejudice, as a white person, except from random lowlifes on the sidewalk within walking distance of the concentration camps -- I mean the housing projects that replaced perfectly livable FAMILY HOUSES. And from CITY OFFICIALS.
Those sidewalks run past many blocks of empty storefronts, formerly prosperous small businesses, many of which employed blacks. They were taxed out of existence and the money wasted on ill-conceived projects to "build bridges between the communities."
One of the biggest local civil rights proponents was a huge investor in the barracks-like projects, which sociologists say encourage feelings of futility, hopelessness and failure. Historic neighborhods were bulldozed, families were displaced. That man was later elected mayor, and governor.
My neighborhood in the suburbs is about 60/40 white/black. It's really quiet. We keep to ourselves and everyone gets along fine. I even wonder whether people think of themselves as black or white. I don't consider myself a WHITE person, just a person.
Discussion won't change ignorant prejudices of the below-average intelligent. There are laws to prevent and punish employment discrimination. Equality is rampant, except for some islands of backwardness. What Jackson and Holder want is PRIVILEGE. And PRIVILEGE is the problem, but not one involving race.

August 8, 2010 at 7:22 PM  

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