Karron J. Combs
I find it odd that the statues of the Confederacy have stood, unmolested and ignored, for over a hundred years, and suddenly they offend everyone. The Confederate flag offends everyone as well. Suddenly the white democratic politicians are crying crocodile tears about how horrid the Confederacy was, and how the white power groups are evil. When, of course, anyone who wants to know history as it happened knows it was the Democratic party that founded the KKK and other white power groups after the Civil War. No shame then.
During the Civil Rights Era it was the people of the democratic party that fought to deny black Americans the same rights as the white citizens of the country. No shame in that behavior.
Then they trapped blacks in the ghettos under their rule via subjugating black men as meaningless to the family unit. They encouraged black women to have children out of wedlock because the more kids they had, the more big daddy government would give them. The democrats created a new form of slavery hidden in their agenda to control the country. No shame there at all.
They even put a black man in the highest office in the world, as their patsy to obtain control over the country. They used him, and he was stupid enough to let the white masters of his political party control his power, bringing America nearly to a third world status. No shame there.
Now the likes of white politicians are standing and screaming how racist all people who aren’t weeping and crying about how evil the Confederate monuments are in their horrid display. Suddenly they feel shame? Not likely. Not at all.
What they are is afraid they are losing their iron grip on the black population. The educated, working black communities are walking away from the democratic party in droves. They are turning their backs on the ghetto slavery of welfare and becoming a large part of mainstream America. Desperation has driven the democratic party to pay “actors and demonstrators” to decry Confederate statues and institutions as the root of all racist evil. When, in fact, it is the political party of the democrats who are the authors of the post Civil War racism they now decry.
Why now? Why such an outcry? Why are they building hatred through their puppet groups like Black Lives Matter and so called black leaders like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson? Well, it is easy to explain the so called leaders, they also know they are marginalized in today’s black communities. The only way to remain in the lime light they have enjoyed for forty years is to prey on the ghetto slaves who are uneducated, unemployable, and involved in gang and drug violence. No shame in using those less fortunate at all.
As for the politicos who control the leaders, mostly white, or marginalized blacks who owe their success to the democratic machine, they have one goal in mind, hang on to the black votes they have owned lock, stock, and barrel for the past one hundred years. No shame in that, as far as they are concerned. After all, they know what is best for their government slaves.
I do not support the KKK, I equally do not support the BLM, both are filled with paid offenders who are unable to get a job, unwilling to learn, and see only what their owners tell them.
I don’t give a damn what color you are, not one bit. I care about integrity, character, and hard work. I care about compassion, acceptance, and willingness to uplift people of all backgrounds. I don’t give a damned who you sleep with, where you live, how much money you have, or how famous you are. At the end of the day you are just a naked human being under all the false narrative, clothing, and blather. We are people. Nothing more, nothing less.
I care, people, that a few hate filled, angry, old white politicians are willing to USE other human beings to gain and keep power. I care that there are people who are willing to allow themselves to be used in such a manner. I care that America is willing to allow a race war because a few old white men and women and their minions scare them with rhetoric that denies the rest of us our humanity. And there is nothing but shame in that.