|Racist? We all know truth has a well-known racial bias.|
Why? Because once again those pesky Ron Paul newsletters from the 1990s (when America was poised to save herself) are being trotted out to derail the Ron Paul for President campaign. We at SBPDL are not enthralled with his candidacy (though through his actions of severely retarding the growth of government by adhering to the US Constitution would be hilarious; the artificial Black middle class would die overnight), but will now ask this one simple question: can anyone prove that Ron Paul is wrong regarding the content of his newsletters?
The Business Insider published these excerpts:
Some choice quotes:
- "Given the inefficiencies of what DC laughingly calls the criminal justice system, I think we can safely assume that 95 percent of the black males in that city are semi-criminal or entirely criminal."
- "We are constantly told that it is evil to be afraid of black men, it is hardly irrational."
- After the Los Angeles riots, one article in a newsletter claimed, "Order was only restored in L.A. when it came time for the blacks to pick up their welfare checks."
- One referred to Martin Luther King Jr. as "the world-class philanderer who beat up his paramours" and who "seduced underage girls and boys."
- Another referred to Barbara Jordan, a civil rights activist and congresswoman as "Barbara Morondon," the "archetypical half-educated victimologist."
Why try and disavow the truth? Black people commit a disproportionate amount of crime in America; Black people make any city they live in unsafe (especially Prince George's County) and drive down property values primarily because the school system inevitably tanks once Black people become a numerical majority.
Remove Black people from the equation, and the United States of America is already on Mars. Instead, we have spent trillions on government housing, trying to close the racial gap in learning, incarcerating this disproportionately criminal people, feeding (EBT/Food stamps, free lunches at school), and housing (Section 8 Housing), plus trillions more in TANF/Welfare and health care. Oh, and we have had to abandon major cities because it is unsafe to live around Black people.
Still, Black people follow prosperity (what we call the Black Undertow), bringing true Climate Change to Whitopia's created for the sole purpose of avoiding Black people.
Black-Run America (BRA) could end tomorrow. All Ron Paul would have to do is, "Yes, I wrote those newsletters. More importantly, what I wrote was grounded in a truth that is outlawed in our time, because offending Black people is the greatest criminal offense in America, according to the white liberals who run it."
But he won't. All it takes is one person -- in a position like a Ron Paul - to show courage and say the equivalent of "F--k you" to those Disingenuous White Liberals (DWLS) who enforce BRA, and it's over.
People need dramatic examples to shake them from their apathy. By saying, "Yes, I wrote them. Prove me where I'm wrong," Ron Paul could change everything. By asking those in the media to show where he is wrong, he would show that the emperor has no clothes.
All they can do is call you a "racist." That's it.
You'll survive these attacks. By showing a little courage, you might even be surprised at how many people are there to pick you up and dust you off after you've been tarred and feathered, and been branded with the Scarlet R.
America's ready, or Real America is ready. Just wait until 2012. It's going to be the Year of SBPDL.
Those evil Ron Paul newsletters from the 1990s are true. That Paul -- the so-called fighter of liberty -- won't even dare protest the accusations of "racist" being thrown his way shows you the power of BRA. More importantly, it shows you that the concept of 'freedom' did fail.
There's truth in the Paul letters; that we can't even discuss them in a civilized manner is once again proof that freedom failed.