TRUMP THE CHAMPION OF THE PEOPLE
Now the time has come for this nation to fulfill its promise…
GOP presidential candidate Donald J. Trump has called out the evil, crooked, corrupt, racist, sexist, rigged system…a system which considers the white woman inferior, enslaved and owned property; a system which considers the Negro, people of color, inferior, slaves and owned property. Donald J. Trump is anti-establishment…which means anti-system – he is fearlessly fighting against the system – the status quo – in order to make America great again. He is choice of the people to lead the movement of their rejection of the system and he is the voice of the people in that rejection.
The people are angry. The people feel betrayed by their lying political representatives. The people resent the lying politician’s unkept promises and they reject the evil, corrupt, rigged, sexist, racist system’s form of government.
The people feel that the Lobbyists, Super PACs, Special Interest Groups, and Wall Street Financial interest groups own their political representatives and therein, control the Government.
Trump agrees: “We are going to create a whole new system… and we will tear this system apart”. My fellow Americans, that is the vital reason why we must put our country first – before party loyalty…before loyalty to party bosses and before loyalty to the establishment…
“…sometimes party loyalty asks too much.” President John F. Kennedy
“This was the first nation in the history of the world to be founded with a purpose. The great phrases of that purpose still sound in every American heart, North and South: ‘All men are created equal.’ ‘Government by consent of the governed.’ ‘Give me liberty or give me death.’ And those are not just clever words, and those are not just empty theories. In their name Americans have fought and died for two centuries and tonight around the world they stand there as guardians of our liberty risking their lives.” President Lyndon B. Johnson
“Those words are promised to every citizen that he shall share in the dignity of man. This dignity cannot be found in a man's possessions. It cannot be found in his power or in his position. It really rests on his right to be treated as a man equal in opportunity to all others. It says that he shall share in freedom. He shall choose his leaders, educate his children, provide for his family according to his ability and his merits as a human being.” President Lyndon B. Johnson
“To apply any other test, to deny a man his hopes because of his color or race or his religion or the place of his birth is not only to do injustice, it is to deny Americans and to dishonor the dead who gave their lives for American freedom.” President Lyndon B. Johnson
My fellow Negroes – African Americans, those hallowed words are exactly what Donald J. Trump stands for! Cosmic words that touches the heart and frees the soul of every African American in America; if their prophecy and promises are fulfilled, Donald J. Trump will give us, the Negro – the African American the opportunity to find out the truth.
We as a people, we as Black Americans cannot afford the blasphemy of not seizing the time and grasping the opportunity for our Liberty and Freedom by Donald J. Trump’s commitment of “We are going to create a whole new system… and we will tear this system apart.” If it is a lie…then we will have to make the lie come true. History has demonstrated time and again…that the American society always treats the “effects” of the “cause”…but never goes after the “cause of the effects.”
Presidential candidate Donald J. Trump is the only candidate for the Presidency of the United States of America who goes after the cause of the disease – the corrupt, rigged system, which gives us – African Americans, the hope that with our prayers together…we Americans, Black and White alike, can help President Donald J. Trump create a whole new system and tear this system apart!!!
History: Black Codes
“The Union victory in the Civil War may have given some 4 million slaves their freedom, but African Americans faced a new onslaught of obstacles and injustices during the Reconstruction era (1865-1877). By late 1865, when the 13th Amendment officially outlawed the institution of slavery, the question of freed blacks’ status in the postwar South was still very much unresolved. Under the lenient Reconstruction policies of President Andrew Johnson, white southerners reestablished civil authority in the former Confederate states in 1865 and 1866. They enacted a series of restrictive laws known as “black codes,” which were designed to restrict freed blacks’ activity and ensure their availability as a labor force now that slavery had been abolished. For instance, many states required blacks to sign yearly labor contracts; if they refused, they risked being arrested as vagrants and fined or forced into unpaid labor. Northern outrage over the black codes helped undermine support for Johnson’s policies, and by late 1866 control over Reconstruction had shifted to the more radical wing of the Republican Party in Congress.” From History.com/Black Codes
Now the time has come for this nation to fulfill its promise…NOW IS THE TIME…To elect Trump for President
The white woman and the Negro must recognize what we are up against. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke to the issue of racism in his Two Americas speech March 14, 1968. Twenty days later he was murdered on a balcony in Memphis. President John F. Kennedy spoke to the issue of racism June 11, 1963, five and a half months later, on November 22nd; he was murdered riding in a limo in Dallas, Texas. President Lyndon B. Johnson, as Senate Majority Leader, had helped to weaken the 1957 Civil Rights Act. When he assumed the Presidency, Johnson called on Americas “to eliminate from this nation every trace of discrimination and oppression that is based upon race or color.” Although the Thirteenth Amendment, ratified in 1870, guaranteed citizens the right to vote regardless of race, by 1957 only 20 percent of eligible African Americans voted, due in part to intimidation and discriminatory state requirements such as poll taxes and literacy tests. Despite the passage of the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964, which outlawed discrimination in employment and public accommodations based on race, religion, national origin or sex, efforts to register African Americans as voters in the south were stymied.
“Yet the harsh facts is that in many places in this country men and women are kept from voting simply because they are Negroes. Every device of which human ingenuity is capable has been used to deny this right. The Negro citizen may go to register only to be told that the day is wrong, or the hour is late, or the official in charge is absent. And if he persists, and if he manages to present himself to the registrar may be disqualified because he did not spell out his middle name or because he abbreviated a word on the application. And if manages to fill out an application he is given a test. The registrar is the sole judge of whether he passes this test. He may be asked to recite the entire constitution, or explain the most complex provision of state law. And even a college degree cannot be used to prove that he can read and write. For the fact is the only way to pass these barriers is to show a white skin.
Experience has clearly shown that the existing process of law cannot overcome systematic and ingenious discrimination. No law that we now have on the books-and I have helped to put three of them there-can ensure the right to vote when local officials are determined to deny it.”
President Lyndon B. Johnson
In 1965 following the murder of a voting rights activist by an Alabama Sheriff’s deputy and the subsequent attack by State Troopers on a massive peaceful protest march in Selma, Alabama demonstrates by example, the breaking of God’s Law, moral law and human law violating every principle of Liberty, Justice and Freedom, justified under the guise of law and order, a system that makes right wrong and wrong right.
In the years following the end of Reconstruction, the south reestablished many of the provisions of the Black Codes in the form of so called “Jim Crow Laws.” These remained firmly in place for a century. Although they were finally legally abolished with the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, they still remain in effect mentally under the guise of Law and Order…The system that Donald J. Trump has taken on – fighting against a corrupt, rigged, sexist, racist system, a system which denies the white woman and the Black people inclusion into the American body politic as citizens and equal human beings. The magic words “citizen” and “equality” have and still continue to be used interchangeably to suit the corrupt rigged system’s purpose.
Presidential candidate Donald J. Trump has undertaken a monumental task…in his commitment to the American people “We are going to create a whole new system… and we will tear this system apart” especially to the white women and the Negro – African Americans – people of color.
A new system??? Tear this system apart??? Why, that’s politically incorrect!!! That’s political suicide!!! Why, because we have been accustomed to living under the folly of treating the effects of the cause and not going after the cause of the effect and treating these effects as so-called isolated incidents. By spotlighting the effects with marches, protests, rhetoric, boycotts and demonstrations, therein we are getting relief by degrees – which we call change, which, in the literal sense is quasi relief by degrees of the sin that is being perpetuated against you. BUT THE SIN STILL REMAINS. However, we give you relief from the sin by degrees. These degrees of relief are called change. African Americans, Donald J. Trump is offering US the OPPORTUNITY for ‘REAL CHANGE’!!!
UNBELIEVABLE!!!...An opportunity to eliminate the corrupt, rigged system. Never before, “We are going to create a whole new system…”
“I’ll be the first to say that we will never have a truly integrated society, a truly colorless society until men and women are obedient to the unenforceable. But after saying that, let me point out the other side. It may be true that morality cannot be legislated, but behavior can be regulated. It may be true that the law cannot change the heart but it can restrain the heartless. It may be true that the law can’t make a man love me, but it can restrain him from lynching me, and I think that’s pretty important also.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
And it is important…but only if the law is being “JUSTLY” enforced. Trump promises jobs and threatens industry for taking our jobs away…UNHEARD OF!!!
Women and Negroes, I repeat: There is no issue, circumstance or condition in which we are suffering more important to the American people, than the elimination of this evil, crooked, corrupt, rigged, sexist, racist system of white supremacy and control.
A system that resonates the evils of slavery – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow as illustrated and demonstrated by the killings of Emmett Till and James Byrd. At a National Action Network rally, Rev. Al Sharpton introduced me to Emmett Till’s mother. (I donated One Hundred Thousand Dollars to her, to help her in her struggle to bring the eyes of the American public to the naked racism and hatred used in the killing of her son.) She was a great lady, very courageous and it was an honor to meet her. Rev. Sharpton also introduced the Byrd Family who were suffering from another hate filled racist murder in Jasper, Texas. Three hate filled white supremacists tied Byrd to their pickup truck and dragged him to his horrible death. Governor George Walker Bush brought the villains to justice, executing one of them and incarcerating the other two to life imprisonment. (I also donated One Hundred Thousand dollars to the Byrd family to be used towards the children’s education and the enlightenment of this evil, corrupt, racist, rigged system that we are being still governed by.)
“The race problem will remain in America until we delve into the root cause of it. Once again there is another killing after Ferguson killing that sparkled a global outcry on United States race relations and questioned the genuineness of American democracy. Before that, there was the protest of the killing of Trayvon Martin, a young innocent teenage boy walking on the street and pulled out because someone thought he was trespassing on “Holy Ground” up to no good and was killed despite the police telling George Zimmerman not to follow Trayvon.
“Now there is another black teenager killed on Wednesday in St. Louis again by the police. Since the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson there have been six other blacks killed, some even before Michael Brown; Tamir Rice, 12-years of Cleveland, Ohio on November 22, 2014. Rumain Brisbon of Phoenix; Ezell Ford of Los Angeles, August 11, 2014; Darrien Hunt, Saratoga Springs, Utah September 10, 2014; Eric Gardner of New York July 27, 2014; Bernard Barley in 201. Until something is done seriously and aggressively to combat the underlying cause of racism we are going to see more killings that could jeopardize and disrupt American social life. Once again, the validity and authenticity of American democracy has been questioned and made irrelevant, as protestors marched across the nation to vent their anger on these unjustified killings; worse they were acquitted.
Racism in America rages from police brutality and legal inequality to daily lives of stereotypes of feeling that blacks are ugly, lazy and unintelligent, superiority of white intelligence through inferior race division.” Ucheikpa
THE SYSTEM IS THE ENEMY. Trump is leading the movement towards its elimination. Black people, vote for your liberation, vote for your children’s liberation. Vote for a better America! VOTE TRUMP!!!
The system’s corrupt, rigged, sexist, racist, evil practices are the problem and the cause which prevents America from fulfilling its promise. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, those who worked for liberty, the fallen but not forgotten heroes of the struggle towards making America, fulfill its promise of Liberty, Freedom, Justice and Equality for all men and women. John Brown, Abraham Lincoln, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., President John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, Justice Thurgood Marshall, W.E.B. DuBois, Frederick Douglass, President Lyndon B. Johnson, President Andrew Jackson, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, James Earl Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner, Emmett Till, James Byrd, President George W. Bush, Nelson Mandela, Hugo Chavez, President Jimmy Carter, Anwar Sadat, Menachem Begin, Uri Savir, Shimon Perez, Omar Torrijos, Malcolm X, Elijah Muhammad, Muhammad Ali, Elijah Lovejoy, just to name a few. All agree racism, corruption, inequality and inferiority are at the heart ‘Center’ of the system.
Presidential candidate Donald J. Trump has called out the system and commits "We are going to create a whole new system… and we will tear this system apart." “America First!!!” “I want to make America great again.”
Now is the time. Vote for Trump, you are voting for yourself. Vote Trump! Vote Trump! Vote Trump! Let’s take our government back and place it into the hands of the American people.
WE ARE BETTER TOGETHER, WORKING TOGETHER WORKS!!!
Now is the time for this nation to fulfill its promise!!!!!
God Bless America
God Bless the American People
God Bless President Barack Obama
God Bless our Military, men and women the Vanguard of our Nation
God Bless our Veterans
God Bless the Fallen but not Forgotten Heroes
1 Corinthians 16:13 “Watch ye, stand fast in the faith, quit you like men, be strong.”
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