Sunday, May 14, 2017
Racism, bias, charity makes some rich and famous and they do not want it to end.
Evil will always be present until the end of time because of mankind’s thirst for power, wealth and fame. Jesus Christ said the poor will always be among you and they will because it is advantage for many in society, especially the wealthiest of the wealthy. There will always be some in the middle class that will take satisfaction in knowing there are some in society worse off than them. Do not kid yourself there are those at the upper rung of poverty that delight in others being poorer than them. It all revolves back to their position in society. If someone is worse off than you then you automatically have a higher position in society.
It matters not how much money is spent by governments under the pretense of eliminating poverty or other social issues they will never be solved. The reason being CORRUPTION within government and NGO’S. Those at the top of these organizations have more interest in their getting more than they are in the ‘HAVE NOTS’ getting more.
God’s Kingdom will never be on earth before Christ returns again due to mankind’s inability to LOVE as God has instructed us to do. If only we could LOVE as God called us to there would be peace, there would not be starvation, there would be equality, discrimination would not exist, crime would end and paradise would return. LOVE a simple word and that could be accomplished, but difficult for mankind to do because of our desire for greed, fame and wealth.
It is true racism is very much alive in America in all sectors of society and it runs rampant among influential black Americans. It was very much on display in 2013 at the Lincoln Memorial where prominent black activists gathered a few days ahead of the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr's historic "I have a dream" speech in order to advance their careers by pretending to care about the state of race relations in the nation today.
Instead of simply using the opportunity to honor the work of his father in a dignified way, King's son, Martin Luther King III, cheapened it by attempting to stir up racial hatred. He said, “The vision preached by my father a half-century ago was that his four little children would no longer live in a nation where they would judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. However, sadly, the tears of Trayvon Martin’s mother and father remind us that, the color of one’s skin remains a license to profile, to arrest and to even murder with no regard for the content of one’s character,” He used the occasion to pitch for repeal “stand your ground” self-defense laws, which had no bearing on the Martin case. I believe both of the young thugs were guilty of crimes and brought the disaster upon themselves. I believe Trayvon Martin was a trouble maker and I believe George Zimmerman was a trouble maker and both deserved long prison terms.
It is my opinion that it is important to note that Martin Luther King Junior’s four little children did grow up to live a life of advantage. The only real problems they had in life were the ones they created for themselves by fighting over their father estate – GREED!
These black civil rights leaders have become rich and famous by vilifying white people and the American system, claiming blacks are persecuted and discriminated against, and asserting that there is an invisible conspiracy of white supremacists preventing black people from becoming successful. Not everything they do or say is actually racist in any meaningful sense, but they routinely say things that conservatives would be pilloried for had they said them about people of a different race. The one thing they always neglect to say is that you have a difficult time making it not only in America, but anywhere in the world if you do not know who your father is or where he is. They do not talk much about the importance of staying in school and the importance of education. They become irate when you speak of drug dealing and the high number of black men in prison for crime largely due to illegal drugs.
Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson are largely race industry profiteers and poverty pimps and are not sincere. They rally against evils that no longer exist and they ignore the evils that do exist.
These leaders for justice and equality quickly forget and never speak of the black-on-white violence that has become increasingly commonplace in recent years, despite the best efforts of the media, politicians, and left-wing activists to ignore it or deny its existence. America's major urban centers, cities like Chicago and Philadelphia, have been plagued by black race riots in recent years. Few people know about these often deadly melees because they rarely get reported. The black leaders justify blacks killing policemen because of black thugs having pent up frustration over things in history that happen over 100 years ago.
Where is the outrage from the black leaders for 88-year-old World War II veteran Delbert Belton who was beaten to death by blacks in Spokane or 23-year-old Australian college student Chris Lane who was shot to death in Oklahoma allegedly by young black males out of boredom or the blacks that killed nurse David Santucci in Memphis or the blacks in Minnesota who beat Ray Widstrand so brutally that he suffered permanent brain damage or the blacks in Missouri that hit a hot dog vendor in the head with a hammer or the two young black men in Georgia who killed 13-month-old Antonio West in front of his mother during an attempted robbery . Two thugs Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman make the news for years following their incident and still yearly celebrations are held for Trayvon Martin, because the Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson’s of the world keep it in the news in order to keep themselves prominent and wealthy.
Members of today's civil rights establishment aren't interested in solving or even acknowledging the problems of the black community because they profit so handsomely from them. They see turmoil in black neighborhoods as opportunities to promote change and raise funds. Theses same members of civil rights groups seem blissfully ignorant of the fact that America has come a long way since 1963 when Democratic President John F. Kennedy and congressional Democrats worked together to block civil rights legislation.
It is as if the civil rights revolution never happened and Jim Crow is still making the lives of black Americans miserable. The unspoken premise of all these self-serving rants is that America somehow owes blacks for past injustices even though most black Americans today weren't even alive in 1963.
These are the top race baiters in order to advance their personal careers in my opinion and could really care less about the black community: Al Sharpton, Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, Eric Holder, Oprah Winfrey, James Cone, Martin Luther King III, Cornel West, Louis Farrakhan, Alice Walker, Hillary Clinton and Jesse Jackson. These public figures for the most part do not suffer any consequences for their racism or their cynical use of race for political purposes. If Martin Luther King were alive today, would he defend these people and everything they do?
Do not get me wrong BIAS is a human condition, and American history is rife with prejudice against groups and individuals because of their race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or other differences. The 20th century saw major progress in outlawing discrimination, and most Americans today support integrated schools and neighborhoods. But stereotypes and unequal treatment persist and are often exploited by hate groups –Black, Latino and White hate groups. In recent years, the FBI has reported between 7,000 and 8,000 hate crime incidents per year in the United States and many more go unreported.
All over the country people are fighting hate, standing up to promote tolerance and inclusion. There are still good people in the United States and the world. One person, acting from conscience and love, is able to neutralize bigotry. Imagine, what an entire community, working together, could do. Decent people must take action; if we don’t, hate persists. Sitting home with your virtue does no good. Apathy will be interpreted as acceptance.
Hate tears society along racial, ethnic, gender and religious lines. The U.S. Department of Justice warns that hate crimes, more than any other crime, can trigger larger community conflict, civil disturbances and even riots. For all their “patriotic” rhetoric, hate groups are really trying to divide us; their views are fundamentally anti-democratic. True patriots fight hate. Hate escalates when not addressed and do not kid yourself the Obama, Sharpton’s, Jackson's, Winfrey's, etc., profit from hate and division of the races.
When hate happens, we are faced with two choices: Do nothing, and let hate go unchallenged. Or do something — rise up, speak up and stand up against hate. When it happens in your community call the circle around you, including family, neighbors, co-workers, people in your church, synagogue or civic club. Meet informally and discuss the problem – make it known that you want the Jesse Jacksons and Al Sharpton to stay away. It is a community problem and can be solved better in the community without outside interference.
call on local law enforcement officials. Work to create a healthy relationship with local police. Law enforcement officials can track early warning signs of hate brewing in a community, allowing for a rapid and unified response. The police are not our enemy as race baiters want us to believe.
Support hate-crime victim in your community, show support. Let victims know you care. Surround them with comfort and protection. Victims of hate crimes feel terribly alone and afraid. They have been attacked simply for being who they are — their skin color, their ethnicity, their sexual orientation. Silence amplifies their isolation; it also tacitly condones the act of hate. Victims need a strong, quick message that they are valued. Small acts of kindness — a phone call, a letter – can help.
Every act of hatred should be met with an act of love and unity. Hate must be exposed and denounced. Denounce hate groups and hate crimes and spread the truth about hate’s threat to a pluralistic society. An informed and unified community is the best defense against hate. Hate purveyors are cowards. Take hate crimes seriously.
We all grow up with prejudices. Acknowledging them – and working through them can be a scary and difficult process. It’s also one of the most important steps toward breaking down the walls of silence that allow intolerance to grow. Luckily, we all possess the power to overcome our ignorance and fear, and to influence our children, peers and communities.