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Now the time has come for this nation to fulfill its promise.
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President Donald Trump loves his country…America…and he loves the American people; he is loyal to his country and its people.
“There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” John 15:13
Loyalty is more than words; true loyalty will result in actions. Action is what President Trump is giving to ‘We the People,’…he lives, loves and breathes loyalty.
Now the time has come for this nation to fulfill its promise.
“And ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free.” John 8:32
Now the time has come for this nation to fulfill its promise…
Wake-Up! My fellow Americans, if your don’t look at history…a long hard look at our past, based on race, America’s white supremacy, slavery, inferiority of the white woman and inferiority African Americans/people of color. White superiority, white male dominance, you are doomed to repeat the past of America wrongs of the system’s misguided way of life, today.
Just as Politico Magazine so profoundly, aptly stated: What happened is Charlottesville is all too American.
The murder of Heather Heyer, 32-year old white woman, an American patriot, killed while peacefully protesting against KKK ideology at a white supremacist hate filled rally on August 12, 2017 at Charlottesville VA.
Politico: “To affirm that vicious race-based violence is not who we are is to erase our recent, collective past.” –Written by Politico’s Joshua Zeitz on August 13, 2017
This dynamite history of race-based violence in America deserves to be reprinted and repeated a thousand times. The Call & Post will do the reprinting---you my fellow Americans, will have to do the rereading, the digesting and the understanding of what you read ,the analyzing of the substance of it to comprehend, understand and realize its profound meaning. Rest assured, our spiritually touched leader, President Donald J. Trump, understands its meaning with great clarity:
The corrupt, rigged system is the enemy of America, not our spiritually touched leader, President Donald J. Trump.
“We are going to create a whole new system and we will take this system apart.” “I want to make America great again.” America First!
That promise and commitment, clearly answers any and all questions in regards to the current, corrupt, rigged system.
Back to Politico: By Joshua Zeitz; “These people are not from here,” the Rep. Thomas
Garrett affirmed in the wake of an American Nazi and Klan rally that descended into smoke and violence in his Virginia congressional district on Saturday.
“It blows my mind that this many racist bigots actually exist in this country.” White supremacist, he continued, don’t reflect “Who we are as Americans.”
It’s a little surprising that Garrett is surprised. Even as he spoke, a photograph circulated of the congressman meeting recently with Jason Kessler, a white supremacist from Charlottesville who organized the rally. The purpose of the meeting, Garrett’s office insisted, was unrelated to yesterday’s rally: The two men discussed a range of issues, including President Donald Trump’s anti-terrorism and immigration restriction initiatives.
To be fair Garrett might not perceive the tight spectrum that runs between racist policies and white supremacist violence.
He also may genuinely believe that aggrieved white men marching in lockstep by torchlight do not reflect “Who we are as Americans.”
But as the historian and New Yorker staff writer Jelani Cobb observed, “The biggest indictment of the way we teach American history is that people can look at #Charlottesville and say, “This is not who we are.’ It is part of the myth of American exceptionalism that blood and soil movements like Nazism are foreign to the United States—That jackbooted fascism of variety that infects democratic institutions is an invasive weed that can be easily plucked out of our national garden.
To affirm that this is not who we are, one has to erase the history of American race relations from our very recent, collective past.
Politicians and pundits often invoke the idea of American Exceptionalism with little understanding of its origins. A woolly concept with roots that extend back to the era of colonial settlement, it views the United States as somehow immune from the forces of history. The term assumed prominence in the middle part of the 20th century, as social scientists working in the aftermath of two world wars attempted to understand why endemic social, economic and political divisions that drove a century of combat, ethnic cleansing and genocide in Europe were seemingly non-operative in the United States. Was it because America lacked a feudal past? Because it was a land with greater material bounty? Was it the leveling influence of the frontier that made us different?
The entire debate was an exercise in national innocence. In retrospect, it’s remarkable that some of the country’s best minds even stopped to ponder the question. To believe that the United States had been immune to the forces that produced blood-and-soil fascism, they had to write off a great deal of recent history.
By a conservative estimate, from 1890 to 1917 white Southerners lynched roughly three black people each week. “Back in those days, to kill a Negro was nothing,” a black man from Mississippi later recalled. “It was like killing a chicken or killing a snake.”
Many of these murders took place under cover of darkness, but many didn’t. So-called spectacle lynchings—like the execution of Sam Hose, who was burned alive by a large white mob in Georgia in 1898, or Luther Holdbert and his wife, whose fingers were chopped off one by one, and whose eyes were torn from their sockets in front of an admiring crowd of 1,000 of their white neighbors before their death—were premeditated and well-attended acts of public amusement. They were announced in advance by newspaper advertisement. Day laborers and middle-class professionals traveled by specially chartered trains just to participate or bear witness.
This wasn’t just a story of Southern terror. It’s also the story of race riots that befell over three dozen cities, north and south, in 1919, usually triggered by organized white mob violence against black citizens, some of them fresh from military service in World War I and still donning uniforms.
Violence in the service of preserving white protestant supremacy is woven firmly in the fabric of our national history.
In this sense, the violence in Charlottesville is an entirely American phenomenon.
So is the steady unraveling of democratic norms, civilities and institutions- the rise of fake news, the flagrant mendacity of White House spokes people, political attacks on public education and universities, degradation of civil discourse and parliamentary procedures—that concerns so many opponents of the Trump administration.
These phenomena too are a piece with what happened yesterday in Virginia. In our not so distant past, the United States has willingly torched its democratic traditions in the service of enforcing white supremacy.
It’s historically inaccurate to claim that this is not who we are, or who we have been, its essential to believe that this is not who we should be.
The above excerpts, from Politico Magazine by Joshua Zeitz, is a must read in its entirety. It verifies the adage that if you don’t know the wrongs and the rights of American history (the past) you are doomed to repeat it. It also establishes the fact that the ideology of white supremacy, lies, bigotry, false premises, practiced and believed as the truths, corrupts the system’s action as we are currently experiencing today.
Thanks to President Trump, who is calling out the corrupt system’s violating the founding principals , Liberty, Justice, Equality, Freedom and Peace, while denying we the people, of our God given inalienable rights.
A corrupt, rigged system that makes wrong right and right wrong. A corrupt, rigged system which considers the white woman inferior and owned property. A corrupt, rigged system which considers the whole entire race of African American/people of color inferior and owned property.
Therefore, we have a unanimous consensus of rejection to the corrupt system’s establishment’s form of government, in public opinion, in both party’s Republican and Democrat, Independents and atheists are all in total agreement that the system is corrupt, seeking change and replacement of the corrupt system, which is crucially needed.
Yet, only one candidate, Donald J. Trump, had the guts, the intestinal fortitude to fearlessly challenge the extremely powerful corrupt, rigged system on behalf of we the people’s rejection, then call out every facet of its (the system) corruption by name, who had the audacious temerity to propose the cure, the elimination and replacement of the corrupt, rigged system of control, Donald J. Trump.
Who profoundly stated:
“We are going to create a whole new system and we going to take this system apart.” “I want to make America great again.” America First!
Now, my fellow Americans, President Donald J. Trump, is in the process of fulfilling his promise and commitment to we the people, the American people to be President to all of the American people by taking the power back from Washington D.C. and restoring it back into the hands of we the people, the American people, where it rightfully belongs, in order to make America great again.
We the people, must join President Trump in this most magnanimous effort to take the power from Washington D. C. by giving him and his spiritually touched leadership, our unwavering, dedicated help and support, and together in unity, solidarity and togetherness we can and we will, achieve victory, in the battle for our liberty.
What happened in Charlottesville is all too American. Black Lives Matter too. What have happened in America to Black people, the lynching’s, the murders, the burning up of them alive, indiscriminate killing of them with impunity and no consequences, is all too American.
Politico: The country, and especially the GOP—which controls 34 governorships and majorities in both houses of Congress—stand at a crossroads. One road leads forward, and the other winds backward. We can return to being the kind of country we were in 1925 or 1955—the kind of country that knowingly sacrificed democratic norms and institutions to enforce white supremacy, often through violence and force—or we can join other advanced, civilized nations in embracing the future.
The saddest thing about these Black killings, that’s too all American is the continuation of such killings of Black lives, which are considered legal with impunity by a corrupt, rigged system of white supremacy hate, violence and control:
“Three hundred and fifty years ago, the Negro was dragged to this country in chains to be sold into slavery. Uprooted from his homeland and thrust into bondage for forced labor, the slave was deprived of all legal rights. It was unlawful to teach him to read; he could be sold away from his family and friends at the whim of his master; and killing or maiming him was not a crime. The system of slavery brutalized and dehumanized both master and slaves.” –Thurgood Marshall
If its historically inaccurate to claim this is not who we are, or who we have been, it’s essential to believe that this is not who we should be.
The white supremacy on display in Charlottesville is not a betrayal of American his