Monday, July 27, 2009

Accusations of racism as a political weapon

Conservatives and libertarians have known for a long time that the race card was an effective way to discredit them and destroy their reputations and cancel out otherwise valid points about social trends and policies. This has gone on for years, yet somehow the American people haven't gotten wise to this scam. What is it about us that still causes us, as a nation, to take seriously a propaganda machine that we've known for many years is corporate and state controlled, so that we are still made to fear criticizing immigration policies for fear of being called racist, Democrats are able to intimidate Republicans against attacking their (truly and documented) racist and sexist Hispanic Supreme Court nominee. A conservative business owner is ousted from a North Carolina mall, possibly due to a letter to the editor of the Charlotte Observer describing the business as promoting “ideas such as racism, sexism and even slavery.” Merchandise found at the kiosk include bumper stickers that called for Obama's impeachment and baby bibs that say “My parents chose life. Thanks Mom and Dad!” I can see where the writer of this letter was coming from. We all know that an impeachment of Obama would lead to a return to slavery and Jim Crowe laws.

You see, in America, only racism could be behind your desire to see your own country's sovereignty protected and defended against a literal invasion of illegal aliens, mostly through our southern border who happen to be mostly of Hispanic origin. Unfortunately for us, the Northern border is of a country populated by mostly white people who live in a relatively prosperous society who have no need to illegally slip into our country looking for work. We know that our objection is not to the Mexican people who are destitute due almost entirely to the war on drugs and their own government's massive corruption, but to our own government stuffed with globalists who don't recognize national sovereignty and don't really even consider themselves "Americans". It is racist and sexist to criticize a woman who is openly racist and sexist, and we cannot oppose such a person occupying a seat on the highest court in the land. In America, impeaching a clearly criminal president, who is probably not even constitutionally qualified to be president in the first place, would rewind the history of this country 200 years. Surely if you're reading this, it all sounds absurd, but sadly these views are still taken seriously. Otherwise they would cease to have their desired effects.