Ben Carson isn't going to resurrect the republic.
|These are the people responsible with electing people like Cuomo and de Blasio in New York (they care nothing for the unwanted detritus of sexual encounters, represented in the "invisible child" of Dasani...)|
Tim Scott probably couldn't spell ventriloquist.
But standing by and watching the rise of loonocidal left (loony + genocidal) is a moment that should bring a smile to your face.
Republicans, a party whose elected and self-appointed leaders are nothing more than stupid white men (all whom gladly grant moral authority to any black person - or non-white - capable of stringing two sentences together in a coherent manner), must be destroyed for the Historic American Majority to ever have any hopes of surviving.
The party must be discredited.
It must be embarrassed.
It must be shown to be nothing more than an entity that meekly stands by as the same leveling forces that swamped Detroit are allowed to deluge New York (city and state), Virginia, Boston, California, as well as Texas and Georgia.
For there is nowhere to run.
Nowhere to hide.
The loonocidal left, using blacks (and other non-whites, specifically illegal aliens) as biological weapons in cleansing an neighborhood, community, or city of any opposition, has made clear its goal with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio emphatically standing New York Governor Andre Cuomo's comments on philosophically cleansing the state of 'conservatives'. [De Blasio Backs Cuomo: Wants Conservatives to Get Out, Breitbart, 1-23-14]:
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio emphatically backed New Governor Andrew Cuomo’s controversial remarks that “extreme” conservatives – which he defined as being pro-life, second amendment advocates, or supporters of traditional marriage – “have no place in the state of New York.”
“I stand by that 100 percent,” de Blasio told reporters at the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Washington, D.C. on Thursday.
“I agree with Governor Cuomo’s remarks. I interpret his remarks to say that an extremist attitude that continues the reality of violence in our communities or an extremist attitude that denies the rights of women does not represent the views of New York State,” he added.
Do you know who New Yorkers are in 2014?
Governor Cuomo riled up conservatives in New York state as well as all over the country when he told a local New York State radio program last Friday “extreme conservatives who are right-to-life, pro-assault-weapon, anti-gay....have no place in the state of New York, because that’s not who New Yorkers are.”
Do you know who those sociopaths in office in the state of New York (and much of America, regardless of political party or affiliation) rely on for being elected?
Do you know who Gov. Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio have decided the fate of the future (built on the skulls of their loonocidal fantasies) must rest upon?
|The dream of the loonocidal left: the white man passing on civilization... (photo courtesy of Children of Men)|
The loonocidal fantasy is all represented in a black girl named Dasani, who carries the future of Cuomo and de Blasio's vision like the lone, pregnant dark-skinned female in 2006's Children of Men. [Invisible Child-- Girl in the Shadows: Dasani’s Homeless Life, New York Times, 12-9-13]:
Today, Dasani rides the creaky elevator to the lobby and walks past the guards, the metal detector and the tall, iron fence that envelops what she calls “the jail.” She steps into the light, and is met by the worn brick facade of the Walt Whitman projects across the street.
She heads east along Myrtle Avenue and, three blocks later, has crossed into another New York: the shaded, graceful abode of Fort Greene’s brownstones, which fetch millions of dollars.
“Black is beautiful, black is me,” she sings under her breath as her mother trails behind.
Dasani suddenly stops, puzzling at the pavement. Its condition, she notes, is clearly superior on this side of Myrtle.
“Worlds change real fast, don’t it?” her mother says.
In the short span of Dasani’s life, her city has been reborn. The skyline soars with luxury towers, beacons of a new gilded age. More than 200 miles of fresh bike lanes connect commuters to high-tech jobs, passing through upgraded parks and avant-garde projects like the High Line and Jane’s Carousel. Posh retail has spread from its Manhattan roots to the city’s other boroughs. These are the crown jewels of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s long reign, which began just seven months after Dasani was born.
In the shadows of this renewal, it is Dasani’s population who have been left behind. The ranks of the poor have risen, with almost half of New Yorkers living near or below the poverty line. Their traditional anchors — affordable housing and jobs that pay a living wage — have weakened as the city reorders itself around the whims of the wealthy.
Long before Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio rose to power by denouncing the city’s inequality, children like Dasani were being pushed further into the margins, and not just in New York. Cities across the nation have become flash points of polarization, as one population has bounced back from the recession while another continues to struggle. One in five American children is now living in poverty, giving the United States the highest child poverty rate of any developed nation except for Romania.
This bodes poorly for the future. Decades of research have shown the staggering societal costs of children in poverty. They grow up with less education and lower earning power. They are more likely to have drug addiction, psychological trauma and disease, or wind up in prison.
Dasani does not need the proof of abstract research. All of these plights run through her family. Her future is further threatened by the fact of her homelessness, which has been shown, even in short spells, to bring disastrous consequences.
Dasani’s circumstances are largely the outcome of parental dysfunction. While nearly one-third of New York’s homeless children are supported by a working adult, her mother and father are unemployed, have a history of arrests and are battling drug addiction.
Suddenly, Supreme leaps into the air. His monthly benefits have arrived, announced by a recording on his prepaid welfare phone. He sets off to reclaim his gold teeth from the pawnshop and buy new boots for the children at Cookie’s, a favored discount store in Fulton Mall. The money will be gone by week’s end.
Supreme and Chanel have been scolded about their lack of financial discipline in countless meetings with the city agencies that monitor the family.
But when that monthly check arrives, Supreme and Chanel do not think about abstractions like “responsibility” and “self-reliance.” They lose themselves in the delirium that a round of ice creams brings. They feel the sudden, exquisite release born of wearing those gold fronts again — of appearing like a person who has rather than a person who lacks.Abstractions like “responsibility” and “self-reliance."
The moniker of the loonocidal left, freeing their minions of the burden of being judged for the dysfunction they create.
Dasani's eyes reflect back the future people like Cuomo and de Blasio have for white Americans; meanwhile, the GOP cares nothing, absolutely nothing for the promotion of any idea that would counter the loonocidal left if it dares promote the interests of white people.
It's worth laughing, knowing full well the future of the American experiment is either a girl named Dasani, or the continued ceding of all moral authority to token blacks like West or Carson.