The key to the success of most relationships is to have both parties understand what the real issues are in order to solve their problems. One very effective tool to ensure one party can “win” is to make the other one feel guilty about something they had nothing to do with or very little to do with.
I believe that white people should wake up to what the real issues are to solve what is destroying the greatest nation since Israel that has ever been created. I believe that multiculturalism has done more harm to America than any other individual issue since the first minority accused white people of prejudice toward them. The problem is what I have named the “Minority Thought Pattern,” which is the total disdain and hatred of what God has accomplished through the white male throughout history. The Minority Thought Pattern is the fuel for minorities, and especially African-Americans, to attack the very fabric that has given them the greatest opportunity to accomplish anything they so desire – the opportunity for a people of slavery to arise and put a slave’s descendant into the White House.
Evidence of the Minority Thought Pattern has shown up in what is going on with President Barack Obama. How many of you think that a white president would get a pass if he had done as little for black people and the black community as Obama has in the first year and a half of his presidency? Black and white Americans should start asking why this man is getting a pass on his lack of interest in helping the black community as much as he is helping the Hispanic people, the Muslims and other pawns in the progressive agenda.
I haven’t heard from Jesse Jackson, even though he has jumped on the owner of the Cavaliers about LeBron James. I haven’t heard from Al Sharpton on how little Obama has done. How many of you believe that if the president were white and had done so little for black people, Sharpton would be in front of every camera he possibly could? I have not heard anything from ACORN, the New Black Panthers or any other protected minority group.
The one thing I have learned about white people is that they have been duped for so long they can be discriminated against and think it is a privilege. Let me make this clear with an example from the adoption business – and believe me, it is a business! Until whites stand up and say they are not going to take this anymore, this fact will never change. Here is what I’m talking about:
It is true that if you are white and want to adopt a white child in this country, the average cost is $35,000. If you are black and want to adopt a black child in this country, the average cost is $4,500 (unless you make over $150,000, and then you are put on what they call the sliding-scale fee). Adopting a child outside this country costs an average of $15,000. It seems to me that the white race is charged two and three times more than anyone else. They put up with this discrimination over and over again. I think they need to wake up and say this inequality must end. Until this happens, the cost of adoptions will continue to be based on how much the baby brokers can charge and get away with.
Multiculturalism has convinced one of the most conservative groups in America to vote liberal in all elections. The black community should wake up and realize how very conservative in family values we are. We are as blinded as the white community by the lack of balanced thinking, and we are afraid to stand on truth instead of political correctness. The real issue is right and wrong and not black and white. Do what is right regardless of what others think and whether or not you think you will be accepted.
And white people – your guilt is responsible for giving us one of the greatest national debts in the history of the United States. And blacks – you have given us a black president who knows nothing about being black.
We have been hoodwinked in the black community into continuing to vote for the party that has held us down from the time the first slave was brought from Africa. The Democratic Party has voted a plurality of times to keep blacks second-class citizens, voted against equal rights for years and stood behind the Jim Crow laws of the South. Yet we as a people are committed in blindness and ignorance to keep voting this way.
The African-American community needs to wake up! If you don’t think we’ve been hoodwinked, then you should look at our local and national pastors. Never in a hundred years would I think that the evangelical, African-American pastors would have voted for a president who stands for abortion, especially partial-birth abortion, who is supportive of same-sex marriage and has proven that he will not put as much effort into saving traditional marriage as he puts into pushing same-sex marriage. We know that for years and years and years the African-American pastors, especially the evangelical pastors, would not support any of these ideas. I’ve been absolutely amazed at how many African-American, evangelical Christian church leaders have voted for this president.
It is very important for the black community to wake up and understand that in the liberal Democratic Party’s view, you are nothing but puppets and are being taken for granted and used in every election. And you have not made a difference in the black community for the last 40 years.
So, my people, I think it is high time for you to wake up, get out of the stupor that has resulted in almost 96 percent of you voting down the liberal path when you know in your heart that is not our foundation. Politicians are taking us for granted and will continue to do so year in and year out because you refuse to see you are nothing more than pawns in their agenda, and they don’t have to do anything for you to continue to be assured of your vote.
Don’t you think something is odd when the Justice Department refuses to prosecute the New Black Panther Party for racial slurs against white people? Are we guilty of the same prejudice we are accusing white people of by not insisting the folks who made the remarks be brought to justice?
We will never be a free people until we thank God for America and the opportunities that have been afforded us and for the thousands and thousands of lives that were lost while fighting for our freedom in the Revolutionary War.