Sunday, November 20, 2016

False Claims of Racism Drives Fear and Loathing

The Democrats and their media have been relentless in demonizing Donald Trump (almost 24/7) — both BEFORE the general election after he became the GOP nominee, and ever since be became President-Elect Trump. And they have been ferociously attacking his choices for cabinet positions as well. They have all been in an extremely obsessive and very divisive frenzy. And they have been inciting violence, protests and riots. So much for their hypocritical demands of a "peaceful transfer of power" when they had once thought Hillary Clinton had the election in bag. Now, just like a huge cult, they can't accept the reality.

False Claims of Racism Drives Loathing and Fear

The "liberal-leaning" media — part of the Big Six Media — such as CNN (Time Warner) and MSNBC (Comcast) — uses false allegations of racism constantly to push their multi-national corporate agenda of globalism and open borders for large financial intuitions. Odd, considering "progressives" such as Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren want to reign in Wall Street — those who also manipulate commodity prices and desperately wanted Obama/Clinton to pass the TPP trade deal (and one reason why MSNBC may have fired host Ed Schultz).

The Race Card (interchangeable with the Woman's Card, the Misogyny Card, the Xenophobia Card, the Islamphobia Card, the Homophobia Card, etc.)

* Please watch the entire 8-minute video I created, you might be very surprised! You'll see this on Fox News, but not on CNN or MSNBC — so you might not ever know if you live in a liberal echo chamber.

Was the strategy of using racism as political and tactical weapon by the Democrats born from the Civil Rights movement? Because now it is used extensively, even when no racism exists. The liberal-leaning media uses it all the time to push their corporate agenda of globalism and open borders. Falsely accusing someone of race is like falsely accusing them of rape: It not only hurts the people you accuse, but it also hurts the victims of real racism and rape.

Also, liberal/progressive/Democratic politicians and activists use the negative connation of "nationalism" rather than the positive definition to label those who opposed their beliefs as "racists" to shame their opponents into silence and submission. The KKK endorsed Hillary Clinton in 2008 when she ran against Obama because he was Black. In 2016 the KKK endorsed Trump against Hillary Clinton. What does that mean?

And more women voted for Trump this time than they did Hillary Clinton. What does that mean? Does that make them all misogynists? Were Clinton's female voters all man-haters?

Using racism is a very politically clever (but very nefarious) way to divide and marginalize people to push an ideological, economical and world agenda. Using racism as a political weapon is the dirtiest of all political tricks, and the Alt-left uses it all the time. Beware of George Soros and the Clinton's #PurpleRevolution (The hashtag may have since changed or evolved.)

In 2016 millions of people weren't falling for this bigoted political tactic any longer. Trump got a larger percentage of votes from the Black and Latino community in 2016 than Mitt Romney did in 2012. But as a leader in the Mormon church, it would have been difficult for the Democrats to falsely paint him a racist. Personally, in 2012, I supported Obama and was vehemently against Romney because I saw him as a corporate raider and a job outsourcer. By 2016 I opposed Obama for his stand on the TPP trade deal, which Trump opposes.

I learned from the #DNCLeaks and #Wikileaks (#PodestaEmails) that the Democrats and the Clintons were even more corrupt than I had imagined. I didn't support Trump just because he is White (just like Hillary Clinton is White) or because Trump was a man (as opposed to a "first woman president"). At first Trump was the "better of two evils" after Bernie Sanders, before he lost his election run in the rigged Democratic primary.

But after I learned more about Trump's shared beliefs with Bernie Sanders on trade (as opposed to Clinton's support of bad trade deals and open borders), I decided to support Trump instead (not because I'm White and a racist, which Trump's supporters and Trump's administrators are always being accused of.) And I could care less about a damn wall. If it was built, who exactly would be hurt by it? Black, Latino and Asian American citizens already living inside the United States?

Senator Harry Reid (then-Democratic Senate Majority Leader) said Obama is electable because he is light-skinned with no Negro dialect. There may be more racism among Democrats than Republicans — the party that freed Blacks from the evil of slavery. (As an aside: Not all African-Americans are descendents of slaves.)

If a person is White -- and a nationalist -- they become a "White Nationalist" and the Democrats associate them with White Aryan Nation, the KKK and other White supremacy groups who may share the same belief of "nationalism" per se, but don't share their racist views. Hitler was an extreme Aryan nationalist who was also anti-Semite. Trump isn't Hitler and doesn't hate Jews.

Regarding Steve Bannon of Breitbart News: Don't "White nationalists" (in the context that the Democrats like to use this term) hate Jews? Trump's son-in-law, daughter and grandchildren are Jewish. That anti-Clinton/Wall Street flyer may have been taken from an anti-Semitic website and re-tweeted, but when it was, there was no meaning related to the red star (which was later changed to a red circle). It was just a geometric symbol that can be found in any imaging program like Adobe PhotoShop. The Star of David is not represented by every symbol of a star. That was just plain over-reaching. But the liberal media ran with this story as though it were REAL news and why Trump (like Bernie Sanders and 80% of the public) don't trust the media.

Falsely accused of being anti-Semitic

As to the play HAMILTON and Vice-President-Elect Mike Pence (if you watched my video): A "conversion" is when more than one person speaks, otherwise it's a lecture, not a debate. I thought it was very inappropriate for the cast and audience to boo. (Obama said: "Don't boo, vote.") Aren't Republicans allowed to have their little "safe zones" too? Pence was with his family, he wasn't standing with his fellow politicians at a podium in front of the White House. IMHO, when someone goes to a theatre or restaurant with their family, it's not a very polite way to protest them like that. IMHO, it shows a lack of class and manners. Clinton wasn't treated that way when SHE went to see HAMILTON.

BELOW: From a Google search of the word "nationalism" (Google's CEO was a Hillary Clinton supporter):

noun: nationalism

* patriotic feeling, principles, or efforts.
* synonyms: patriotism, patriotic sentiment, flag-waving, xenophobia, chauvinism, jingoism
* an extreme form of this, especially marked by a feeling of superiority over other countries. -- plural noun: nationalisms
* advocacy of political independence for a particular country.

Final thought: There are always two sides to a story. I try to research both sides and come to my own consensus. As Obama said, "If I only watched Fox News, I wouldn't vote for me either." I sent him a tweet: "And If I only watched CNN and MSNBC, I wouldn't vote for Trump either." I watch all three cable stations all the time (every day, all day long) — and read both liberal and conservative websites.

As to my video: You'd see this on Fox News, but not on CNN or MSNBC --- so you'd never know about this. People shouldn't live in an echo chamber, or they'll never know what's really going on outside in the REAL world.

Lately, just prior to the election (and ever since then) the liberal media and the Democratic politicians can't stop shouting RACISM! 24/7. It's getting very old --- and their obsessive and bitter and hateful hyper-ventilating is bordering on extremely hysterical and pathetically desperate --- and that's the other reason why I supported Trump. I found it disgusting that the Democrats were using racism as a political weapon in that way, and that only makes it more difficult to address the real problems of racism when it actually exists. And it also distracts from many other serious issues of the day.

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  1. Before Trump makes any more cabinet choices, the Democrats should give him a list of all the racists first. Maybe then he'll choose someone else.

  2. I’ve seen extreme bias from both sides in the media. I’m not holding up any corporate media news outlets as Gospel. CNN, MSNBC and New York Times were caught red-handed colluding with the Clinton campaign. Even if you feel that’s OK because they colluded with your team, I still don’t think it’s right. Time Warner (CNN) and MSNBC (Comcast) don’t have your best interests at heart any more than Fox News (News Corp). Cenk Uygur (formerly of MSNBC) at The Young Turks can be just as wacko as Alex Jones at Info Wars. Huffington Post can be just as ideological hell-bent as Breitbart. I try to absorb as much as I can and decide what is fact and what is fiction. I don’t just watch and read what I might agree with. For every “fact” you throw at me I can throw a counter-fact back at you (and visa versa). I’m not trying to convince you to fall in love with Trump and the GOP. I still hate their “trickle-down”approach to economic policy. Trump wants to fix infrastructure and rebuild our military, but at the same time, he wants to cuts where does the money come from, just by expanding the economy? If Clinton were elected and failed like Obama to turn the job market around, she’d still be blaming GWB in 2020 (always excuses, no results or taking responsibility for anything.) The people wanted change (as did I), and I liked Bernie’s ideas better than Clinton’s. But I was demonized as a sexist and Bernie-Bro and misogynist for that by the Cult Clintonites. So as far as I’m concerned, they can all go “F” themselves. DNC Leaks and Podesta emails unveiled the Democrat’s corruption (If Russians hacked, who gives a shit. The “content” doesn’t change). Bernie and Warren, I used to admire, but all their racist hyperbole has really turned me off. If they think 48% of Americans are xenophobes, Islamaphobes, misogynists, racists, bigots, homophobes and a basket of deplorables, then they can go “F” themselves too. I’ll be the very first one to criticize the GOP for every single thing do if it goes against anything I believe in. But until they ACTUALLY DO SOMETHING (like cut Medicare or Social Security), I’m holding my opinion. The Democrats ignored the “working-class” (CODE for White non-college educated men) for decades. They offshored the jobs, said “globalization” was inevitable, and that “the Genie was already out of the bottle”, and that “the jobs weren’t coming back”, and that it’s our fault for not having PhDs (even though no jobs are being creating that actually require PhDs). Offshoring jobs to low wage countries is a race to the bottom. Clinton supported every single trade deal, and they accused both Bernie and Trump of “being against trade” – when they want “fair trade” not just “free trade”. Clinton’s for “open trade and open borders” (which we all knew, but was only confirmed). Half the country doesn’t feel that way...including me. So I preferred Trump over Clinton --- and everybody wants to say I’m a racist? They can go “F” themselves too. If the Democrats keep playing the race card, more and more people are going to get pissed off and vote to RE-ELECT Trump in 2020