The Untouchables and the Race Industry

The Untouchables and the Race Industry
Race hustlers, race pimps, malcontents, and all the capitalists in the race industry, enabled by certain politicians in one political party, will never give up on their cash cow. The politics of, and appeal to race continues to be their bread and butter. It is a voter turnout machine. The strategy is simple. Keep certain groups in a state of outrage against “the system” that is designed to keep them down, promise to “fight for them” and they have it made. Just continue to blame everything that goes wrong in certain people’s lives on old white men in particular, and white people in general (that one group in America about whom one can say anything), whose only desire is to hold on to their power structure while keeping marginalized groups suppressed. In the world of these propagandists, nothing ever goes wrong because life is unpredictable, difficult or hard. Everything difficult that people face is the cause of a ubiquitous oppressor system from which no designated victim group can break free, unless they pledge their allegiance to politicians of this party, who will then “fight for them.” Not only will they “fight for them,” but in the process; these champions will ensure that the oppressed for whom they fight gets lots of goodies in the process. The fury of these self-appointed heroes is then unleashed on anyone who challenges them and/or calls them out on their modus operandi. Power is the ultimate prize for these charlatans, and they will do anything to seize it, and hold on to it. Because they present themselves as the voice of the downtrodden, they are often allowed to say and do anything for which they are never held accountable. One such politician, who can say and do no wrong is Representative Maxine waters. Famous for playing the race card, and uttering the most asinine statements; she is the prime example of how it is possible to thrive despite having no discernible talent or skill. She can say or do no wrong. The sycophants in the media will always have her back, and we can be sure that she will never be held to the same high standards that we expect of politicians in general, but particularly politicians on the right.

In response to Donald Trump’s cabinet picks, Representative Maxine Waters described them as “a bunch of scumbags”. She refused to attend the inauguration of the President of the United States because she did not like the outcome of the election. She even boycotted his speech to a joint session of congress. She has said that she will not work with the President, and that her greatest desire is to see him impeached. Miss Waters received no blow back for any of her statements, and she continues to act in the most distasteful and unprofessional manner every day because she does not like that her party’s candidate lost the Presidential race. Of course conservative commentators everywhere have highlighted her disgusting behavior, and parlayed their message into an example of the double standard that once again is on full display in the traditional media’s refusal to hold anyone on the left accountable for their behavior.

Recently Bill Oreilly made a silly joke about Miss Waters, and her wig. He said that he is always distracted by her “James Brown wig” whenever she speaks, and he finds it hard to concentrate on what she is saying because of it. All hell broke loose and Mr. Oreilly, to no ones surprise was castigated for what he said. One CNN commentator, in speaking for all three hundred million plus Americans, as the arbiter of all things funny, and defender of black people and women, self-righteously declared; “It’s not funny to joke about women of color or to joke about gender. Nobody finds it funny. They shouldn’t find it funny.”  In a classic demonstration of how the left completely lacks any kind of self-awareness, none of the people outraged by Mr. Oreilly’s silly joke could see the hypocrisy in defending a woman who has said some of the most outrageous statements over the years.

Congresswoman Waters has been spewing her bile for decades. Listen to her from way back in 1993. “Policy, for the most part, has been made by white people in America, not by people of color.   And they have tended to take care of those things that they think are important.   Whether it’s their agricultural subsidies, or other kinds of expenditures that are certainly not expenditures for poor people, or for people of color.   And so we have to band together and keep fighting back.” She had this to say about the Rodney King riots “If you call it a riot, it sounds like it was just a bunch of crazy people who went out and did bad things for no reason.   I maintain it was somewhat understandable, if not acceptable.  So I call it a rebellion.”

This is the woman that the self-righteous left has declared one is forbidden to joke about because she is a “woman of color.” In one fell swoop Congresswoman Waters fills two of the left’s favorite victim roles, being a woman and being black. So once again the soft bigotry of low expectations is on full display. We are not allowed to hold Miss Waters and others in the Democratic party who over the years have continued to play the race card, ride the race horse, and destroyed the reputations of so many decent people by labeling them racist for no other reason than that these people oppose the leftist agenda. It is now five months since the elections, and the perpetually outraged continues to show us who they are. Hopefully it is to the country’s benefit that they show out this way so that everyone can see them. They are showing and telling us exactly who they are. Let us not doubt them when they tell us, instead let us utterly reject them, and do the best to keep them from getting their hands on power for a long time. It is one thing to have a different vision for the country, that’s fine. Parties do not have to agree, in fact a strong opposition is one of the hall marks of a strong democracy, but this behavior is just plain over the top.

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