Now the time has come for this nation to fulfill its promise…
Forgiveness, Redemption, Conversion, Faith…
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
THERE IS NO WINNER IN A NUCLEAR EXCHANGE…
THERE IS NO WINNER IN A NUCLEAR WAR!!!
My fellow Americans, we the people, must pause… stop, reflect, and think… Then, ask yourselves the very pertinent question… the all commanding question… that our spiritually touched, God-sent President Trump is in collusion against, we the people, with the corrupt ideology of the white supremacy and control system???… Then ask why? Is the corrupt, rigged system trying to kill him, declaring unconditional war against him… Why? Have the corrupt system launched a mandate to stop and destroy President Trump, by any means necessary… by whatever scurrilous, malignant methods available… no matter what the cost or consequences may be, in money, in property, in human values, in human lives… Stop and destroy our spiritually touched, God-sent President Trump, that is the corrupt system’s mission… that is the corrupt system’s goal!
My fellow citizens, we the people, are bearing witness to these scurrilous, vindictive actions and deeds which are daily taking place against President Trump, which in effect, are actually taking place against the ‘will’ of we the people, we cannot continue to allow ourselves to be misled by the corrupt, ideology of white supremacy and control system.
While it may be easy to believe this slanderous assault against Mr. Democracy… President Trump, who has been taught white supremacy… believed in white supremacy, lived and acted in the belief of white supremacy… more importantly, has the look for white supremacy: white skin, gold hair, blue eyes… an intellectual genius with brilliant, dynamic leadership capabilities, plus being rich.
Now, one could easily say, a tailor-made situation for a would be… could be… practitioner of the ideology of white supremacy. Possessing all of the requisite qualities needed to substantiate and sustain the ideology of white supremacy. Then, add the awesome power of the president and the oval office (the presidency) to the equation, in the support of the ideology of white supremacy and control, you would have patriotism a la carte, in other words, in the adage of America’s pastime ‘baseball’… you would have hit a grand slam home run for the ideology of white supremacy and control.
But that is not so, my fellow citizens with the spiritually touched, God-sent President Trump, at bat, it became a grand slam home run for liberty, justice and equality. And, in that regard President Trump is still our spiritually touched, God-sent President.
However, the corrupt system is working in full force and effect, trying to make, we the people, believe that President Trump is the enemy of we the people, painting him as a traitor, in his so-called collusion with Russia. In addition, the corrupt system is accusing our spiritually touched, God-sent President Trump of collaborating with the corrupt, rigged system which is dedicated to taking away, we the people’s, rights and liberties.
“Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death! --Patrick Henry
Those cosmic and profound words of liberty are recounting in the breast of our fearless, brave and courageous, spiritually touched, God-sent President Trump, fighting against the extremely powerful and corrupt system on the behalf of the will of we the people, seeking to take back the power from Washington D.C. and restore that power back into the hands of we the people.
Yet, President Trump is being treated as the enemy, accused and condemned of fighting against we the people, while doing just (exactly) the opposite, fighting against the corrupt system on the behalf of we the people. Yet, he is being slandered and vilified by every evil allegation, and every viscous, traitor and treason accusation known… and unknown to man. Then, found guilty in the court of public opinion of every speculative, vile, scurrilous, evil and foul deed of speculation against him, until proven innocent. The corrupt, rigged system is working with great hate and zeal to establish these lies and untruths about President Trump, as matter of fact and truth through its powerful purple propaganda machine.
May the blessings of St. Francis be upon our president:
Lord, make me an instrument of your peace:
Where there is hatred, let me sow love;
Where there is injury, pardon;
Where there is doubt, faith;
Where there is despair, hope;
Where there is darkness, light;
Where there is sadness, joy.
Almighty God, we Americans humbly pray to you to bless us with a peaceful transition of government and that nobody gets hurt in the process. Heavenly Father, please bless us with the guidance, the direction and the ways and means in which we, as Americans, can unite and become ONE AMERICA…touching the heart of President Donald J. Trump and enabling him to fulfill his promise and commitment to be President to ALL THE PEOPLE, while Making America Great Again. I ask and pray in the name of Jesus Christ, My Lord and Savior….Amen! Don King
God Bless America
God Bless the American People
God Bless President Donald J. Trump
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.”
Only in America
The Call & Post would like to share Nikki Brown’s article of The Washington Post.
Teaching white supremacy in the age of the alt-right
To dismantle white supremacy, it's not enough to oppose it. We also have to study it.
A man holds a banner as people gather at Freedom Plaza in Washington on Sunday to protest the white supremacist Unite the Right rally held in front of the White House on the one-year anniversary of the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va. (Reuters/Leah Millis)
By Nikki Brown
Nikki Brown is the Raphael Cassimere Professor of African American history at the University of New Orleans.
August 13, 2018
Sunday, a small Unite the Right rally took place in Washington, D.C., away from the Confederate monuments its organizer claimed to defend in Charlottesville. The new locale exposed the goal of white nationalism in 2018. It is not about the monuments. It is about translating an ideology of white supremacy into a social structure that imposes racial hierarchy on American society.
Last year, this goal meant rallying behind Confederate monuments, because they extol the virtues of the sort of active, concrete white supremacy that today’s white nationalists wish to resurrect. In New Orleans, one Confederate monument explicitly stated that “the national election [of] November 1876 recognized white supremacy in the South and gave us our state.” In Colfax, La., where two monuments to white supremacy sit, one honors “those fighting for white supremacy in the Colfax riot of 1873” and the other celebrates “the end of carpetbag misrule in the South.”
Statues are one thing, and their inscriptions say it all. But white nationalists today will continue to look for ways to act out their ideology and try to insinuate it into every aspect of American life. Why? Because white supremacists aren’t satisfied with stoking their ideology in secrecy behind closed doors, or even espousing it publicly. They want to force it upon American society and create a caste system that returns the United States to its shameful past.
Many Americans don’t realize how broad and pervasive white supremacy intends to be — and has been throughout American history. As an ideology, white supremacy evaluates American culture on two levels. On the most basic level, white supremacists seek to establish whites-only spaces, like pools, parks, schools, restaurants and neighborhoods. Along with controlling physical space, white supremacists also envision exclusively white ownership of abstract ideas, like knowledge and scholarship.
But white supremacy is not just about being genetically white (there is no such thing). Rather, it is about power. White supremacy governs through authoritarianism, establishing a racial hierarchy where whites always sit on top, paragons of scientific and cultural superiority.
White supremacy also defines “whiteness” incredibly narrowly. It doesn’t just aim to subjugate minorities. Rather, people can only qualify as white if they are straight, middle class or wealthy, well educated, pro-patriarchy or Christian. White supremacists are individualists who believe they know everything: they have the best facts, and they are destined for domination.
On the second level, white supremacy treats ideas and people outside of this limited paradigm as automatically inferior. According to the rhetoric of white supremacy, people of color will never be equal to white Americans, because whites set the standard for excellence, and people of color will never measure up.
Efforts to impose this vision throughout American history have had consequences in every realm of life, from politics to medicine to real estate.
Imposing white supremacy has required brutal violence both inside and outside the scope of law. Between 1888 and 1918, for example, 2,500 black men and women were killed by white lynch mobs, yet none of the killers were arrested or convicted. Whiteness trumped adherence to the law.
In addition to this violence, which aimed to police racial boundaries, white supremacy also demanded segregated spaces, because white supremacy hates racial mixture of any kind. For decades that meant residential segregation, as exemplified by the practice of redlining in major American cities, like Chicago. White banks made it a policy to refuse loans to black families seeking to move out of the inner city. For over 50 years banks drew red lines around predominantly black areas in the inner cities, outside of which black borrowers could not get mortgages.
White supremacy also forces its adherents to believe that people who don’t meet its norms cannot possibly be competent or capable in any aspect of life. And this belief must be acted upon to prevent their incompetence from staining society. Thus, for decades white supremacists believed that women of color were poor mothers of their children — indeed, that they should not been allowed to have children in the first place.
This thinking led doctors to forcibly sterilize Native American women as late as the 1970s, thanks to the century-old idea that Native Americans were noble savages. By some historical accounts, the Indian Health Service sterilized between 25 and 50 percent of Native American women between 1970 and 1976. The rationale: indigenous women did not know how to use birth control and their children were likely to be abandoned.
And white supremacy does not simply apply to racial minorities. From the 1920s through the 1970s, the eugenics movement targeted working-class women of all races. In fact, white supremacists argued that poor white women were racially impure.
If poor white women needed public assistance, even to help care for physically or intellectually challenged children, then they clearly violated the dictates of white purity. The legitimacy of eugenics was acknowledged in the 1927 Supreme Court case Buck v. Bell, in which Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes declared, “Three generations of imbeciles are enough.” The practice of sterilizing young, unmarried women continued into the 1970s.
It is easy to find examples of white supremacy in our history because it has been a defining ideology and practice. And last summer, when white men in their 20s marched in Charlottesville chanting “You will not replace us! Jews will not replace us!” white supremacy as a public practice was on display again.
But we are not powerless. We can and must make clear that there is no place for this philosophy in 21st century America.
As a professor of American history, I wanted to turn the study of white nationalism and white supremacy into teachable moments, so that students could understand that white supremacy was not an abstract philosophy, but rather a social structure that touched every aspect of American life. Last spring, I debuted a new course, “The History of White Supremacy in the United States, 1880 to 2017,” where students examined the rise of white supremacy and the forms it has taken in public policy.
The class relied on excavating evidence to understand the connection between belief and practice. Students researched the 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act and found that the fear of the Asian other was grounded in an economic insecurity acting as a handmaiden to racial violence. White supremacy played a role in the early years of World War II when President Franklin D. Roosevelt turned away hundreds of Jewish refugees and interned over 100,000 Japanese Americans.
The students ultimately concluded that white supremacy continues to generate the same ideological battle that caused the Civil War: Should and would this nation progress beyond its roots in slavery and white supremacy? White nationalists marched in Charlottesville to protect the memory of the Confederacy, and they drew from a deep well of white supremacist rhetoric. By transforming the institution of slavery into a rightful practice of racial hierarchy, white nationalists have extended the Civil War, and the white supremacy undergirding it for more than a century and a half.
The Unite the Right march in Charlottesville and the death of Heather Heyer shocked the nation, but they should not have come as a surprise. Removing the monuments rejects the obvious manifestations of white supremacy, but it is only a beginning. The Confederate monuments deserve a setting like the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Ala., which shows the painful legacy of lynching in conjunction with contemplation and action. Studying the history of white supremacy will help our country remember the true meaning civil rights and it will show us, as a nation, how to remove not just the bullhorn and the tiki torch, but also the law journal and the medical textbook, from those who actively seek to oppress others.