In history classes across this land, one text is exploited for maximum indoctrination affects and utilized to harness the unrelenting animosity of Black people and Disingenuous White Liberal toward Pre-Obama America: The People’s History of the United States of America.
Penned by Howard Zinn, this one book fuels the awesome rage and desire to reconstitute the United States as a nation antithetical to its original intent, and these two groups have succeeded in an ongoing peaceful revolution that has reinvented the nation entirely.
With the perpetual victim - hood status of Black people firmly legalized with the creation and institution of Black Run America (BRA) and DWL’s in complete control of the Judicial Branch (basically the entire Federal Government), the United States has ceased to be a nation, governed as a Republic.
All nations need a founding myth to sustain them and the nation that arose on the backs of the sacrifices made by The Greatest Generation looks to the Civil Rights era with fondness, reverence and continued reliance to maintain its hegemony.
How can anyone dare question the regal authority of BRA and the white liberals who support these long-discriminated against souls? Do you wish to turn the dogs loose and unleash water hoses upon Black people again? Haven’t you read the founding document as espoused by Martin Luther King, Jr., that ordains the judging of person “not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character?”
The Civil Rights Era heralded the unraveling of that nation conceived two centuries ago and brought about its complete dismantling. In her place grew a leviathan that Tea Party members protest with no clear-cut or definitive endgame in place.
Is it the United States Constitution they yearn to return to prominence? The Declaration of Independence they pray is restored to importance?
Written long ago by slave holding, dead white males, the founding documents encompass long dead and disassembled ideals, replaced by the now universally-mandated desire to uplift every Black person to positions of prominence, admiration and veneration.
The US Constitution is an antiquated document, a reminder of all that the Civil Rights movement invalidated, displaced and triumphed over. How dare dead, white males label Black people three-fifths of a person in the hateful document they devised for their own pernicious gain!
Any mention of resurrecting this menacing document must be met with dread, apprehension and derisive remarks by those in power, hence the across-the-board attacks and condemnation of Rand Paul.
The victory by those who ascribe to Zinn’s book – and its brutal accounts of racial despotism all in the name of the Constitution – an overzealous amount of worship find the labeling of that despised and largely discredited document with a warning label a perfect reminder of the total victory they have won over any last vestige of Pre-Obama America:
A small publishing company is under fire after putting warning labels on copies of the U.S. Constitution, Declaration of Independence and other historical documents.Black people have no use for this document and the only reason to study this draconian record is to further engorge Black children with hatred and animosity toward the descendants of those dead, white males who wrote the document.
Wilder Publications warns readers of its reprints of the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, Common Sense, the Articles of Confederation, and the Federalist Papers, among others, that “This book is a product of its time and does not reflect the same values as it would if it were written today.”
The disclaimer goes on to tell parents that they "might wish to discuss with their childrenhow views on race, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, and interpersonal relations have changed since this book was written before allowing them to read this classic work."
Walter Olson, senior fellow at the Cato Institute, says the company may be trying to ensure that oversensitive people don't pull its works
off bookstore or library shelves.
"Any idea that’s 100 years old will probably offend someone or other," Olson told FoxNews.com. "…But if there’s anything that you ought to be able to take at a first gulp for yourself and then ask your parents if you're wondering about this or that strange thing, it should be the founding documents of American history."
Tom Toles of The Washington Post drew a cartoon that perfectly encapsulated the idea of Tea Party acolytes and those conservatives and evil Republicans who yearn for a restoration of the past, when the Constitution ruled the land.
One can only laugh at those people who cling to foolish notions of strict adherence to the US Constitution and yearn for a return to a past that ultimately gave birth to the present order.
The United States Constitution and Declaration of Independence are founding documents that are included in Stuff Black People Don't Like, as thankfully these sheets of paper were superseded and usurped thanks to the Civil Rights era (now, if only the monuments in DC could come down!).
Though, useful phrases have been kept alive, maintained from both documents to ensure that some attachment to the true founding date of the United States can remain, such as the important sentence:
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.It is one sentence from that same document though, that forever troubles those who work to keep BRA forever the law of the land. Strangely, it was prominently quoted in the film National Treasure:
But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.At few times in America's history has it seemed a government is so intent on subverting the will of the people. California and Arizona live under the rule of DWL's, while other states labor in crushing debt thanks to the continued existence of BRA.
Divisions in racial attitudes have never been greater in America, where white people secretly hold one view on race in private, but publicly lip the prescribed platitudes toward state-enforced political correctness.
Though Black people do not like the founding documents, they do not like the idea that one day white people will lose complete attachments to these long dead documents either.
SBDPL is reminded of the most poignant scene from the 2004 Troy, the one where Paris hands the sword safeguarding Trojans continued existence to Aeneas. This, this is the thought that Black people truly don't like: when white people give up on the United States and decide to safeguard their lives, liberty and sacred honor (for their progeny) elsewhere.