It all happens in New York City.
The fight long ago started.
What's funny is there was no room for opposition in the fight, with ignorant armies clashing in the night (Republicans and Democrats) for the exact same goal.
|"Progress" in New York City is going to quickly look a lot like Haiti or Detroit...|
And in New York City, the goal is now only a few breathless days away from coming to fruition.[New York City is a ‘plantation,’ says de Blasio inauguration preacher, Daily Caller, 1-1-14]:
A Brooklyn pastor gave an invocation at Bill de Blasio’s mayoral inauguration on Wednesday comparing New York City to a Civil War-era “plantation” and asking for God’s help in ending inequality in the city.
“End the civil wars and usher in a new Reconstruction era that builds upon the many successes and achievements of yesterday while proclaiming the beginning of a new beginning,” said Rev. Fred A. Lucas Jr., of Brooklyn Community Church.
“Let the plantation called New York City be the city of God, a city set upon the hill. A light shining in the darkness,” Lucas prayed.
Lucas, who gave an invocation along with three other city religious leaders — an imam, rabbi and monsignor — continued, “Oh God, Oh God, Oh God; break every chain, break every chain, break every chain.”
During his inauguration speech, de Blasio reaffirmed his commitment to his progressive agenda. He also thanked Rev. Lucas and the other religious leaders for their thoughts.
“We are called to put an end to economic and social inequalities that threaten to unravel the city we love. And so today we commit to a new progressive direction in New York,” said de Blasio with former Mayor Michael Bloomberg, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and Bill and Hillary Clinton in attendance.New York City - and by extension, America - isn't threatened by economic and social injustices/inequalities anymore than Bambi was a threat to a Godzilla in that hilarious cartoon by Marv Newland (Bambi Meets Godzilla).
Nature, and our inability to understand nature has no master - not even the white liberal - is what threatens to unravel the civilization white people built from the wilderness of Manhattan Island.
No matter how smart we may think we are, never forget one simple sentence from Rocky V: "Nature is smarter than people think."
And so, with the start of 2014 and the inauguration of Mayor de Blasio, let us welcome you to a new era at SBPDL.
The hopes and dreams of the American Experiment are now on display in New York City, with a city now run by the equivalent of a child who has only worked with his beginners chemistry set but was just put in charge of the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
New York City.
White people deserve a voice.
In the perverted world of de Blasio, he looks forward to putting those chains Rev. Lucas alluded to in his invocation around white people forever, tightening them at regular intervals to make sure every penny is extracted in the process.
The Noose of Progress: punishing white privilege and ushering in a golden, multi-racial metropolis, where police are instructed to stop white flight from happening and frisk them for any evidence they might be disloyal to the anti-white agenda of de Blasio.
We'll keep a close eye on New York City in 2014, offering lessons from the past and empirical evidence from police reports and the public school system to remind those ignorant armies who clash at night of just exactly why they are allies in suppressing racial truths.
Let's leave on a positive note, with another kernel of wisdom found in Brian Garfield's book Death Wish:
“He turned on the TV and sat down to watch it. One of the local unaffiliated channels; a rerun of a horse-opera series the network shad canceled years ago. Cowboys picking on sodbusters and a drifting hero standing up for the farmers against the gunslingers. He watched it for an hour. It was easy to see why Westerns were always popular and he was amazed he hadn’t understood it before. It was human history. As far back as you wanted to go, there were always men who tilled the soil and there were always men on horseback who wanted to exploit them and take everything away from them, and the hero of every myth was the hero who defended the farmers against the raiders on horseback, and the constant contradiction was that the hero himself was always a man on horseback.
The bad guys might be Romans or Huns or Mongols or cattlemen, it was always the same, and the good guy was always a reformed Roman or Hun or Mongol or cattleman; either that or a farmer who learned to fight like a Hun. Organize the farmers into imitation Huns and beat the real Huns at their own game.
There had never been a successful TV series about a Gandhi; there were only cowboys and private eyes. Robin Hood was a gunslinger in a white hat and the Sheriff of Nottingham was a gunslinger in a black hat and there was no difference between ways of fighting, it was only a question of who fought best. And most of the time the theme was the same: you had to be willing to stand and fight for your own or the gunslingers on horseback would take it away from you.
You had to be willing to fight. That was what the hero always taught the sodbusters.
We have been teaching ourselves that lesson for thousands of years and we haven't learned it yet.
He was beginning to learn it. It was what made him want to return to the dark street and find the scared kid with the knife.
I feel like a fight. So help me I feel like a fight. (Death Wish, p. 88)