|March 11, 2016: A photo of a white cop in Chicago, attacked by white Marxist/black radical/illegal alien filth that dared deny Donald J. Trump and his supporters the right to peacefully assemble.|
Sunday, March 13, 2016
"All right, let's sum up. This year we explored the failure of democracy. How our social scientists brought our world to the brink of chaos."
"There's a difference between us. You think the people of this country exist to provide you with position. I think your position exists to provide those people with freedom. And I go to make sure that they have it." -- William Wallace, Braveheart
As I watched the events in Chicago at the cancelled Donald Trump rally on Friday night [March 11th] unfolding in real-time - courtesy of a FoxNews.com livestream - something finally dawned me I've known all along: though America is irredeemable, many Americans still have the courage to live.
No, that's not right.
Many Americans have the will to live, if only they could be allowed to live.
But it's hard to thrive in captivity, when every-time you reach for the stars, chains bind you to the earth.
A good friend of mine has always said if the boot ever came off for just a moment, we'd be shocked at how many people actually belong to the ranks of Those Who Can See.
Watching what happened over the weekend of March 11 - 13th across the United States of America, as one man bravely stands to speak up for redeeming America has left me absolutely breathless.
Because of the very nature of how irredeemable America is in 2016 (courtesy of repugnant white leftists/Marxist filth/Black radicals/Beltway Conservative non-profits fleecing real Americans/open borders), for a man to come along and merely state his goal is to "Make America Great Again" means an absolute repudiation of the nation-breaking policies these vermin have perpetuated.
Vermin isn't strong enough of word, but because children may be reading this, we'll stop there.
Who knows what compelled Donald J. Trump to run for the GOP nomination to be the President of the United States of America, and at this point who cares?
In only a few months of running for office. everything has changed (hey, I even stopped shopping at Macy's!).
And on Friday night in Chicago, Illinois, a multi-racial gang consisting of white liberals/Marxists, illegal aliens, black radicals, and non-white detritus dared deny American's their First Amendment right to "peacefully assemble."
Say what you will, but the very name of "Trump" is now synonymous with the word "freedom."
Freedom for what and freedom from what... I'll leave that up to your interpretation, but something extraordinary is transpiring right now, beyond the wildest dreams of the most militant fictional writer daring to pen a story of the liberation of the European people.
You see, our future was never supposed to be tied to uplifting Africans, or watching as our nations were colonized by people not only alien to our culture, but racial aliens as well.
Our future was always supposed to be about creating a world for our posterity, one where they could flourish; not as slaves to subsidizing racial aliens' proliferation in our nation, and watching as the cities/communities our ancestors built crumble under the weight of racial truths we can't even say aloud.
As presently constituted, the United States of America in 2016 does not offer that possibility, though a significantly large number of Americans do yearn to be free once again.
Whatever possessed Donald J. Trump, a billionaire to turn traitor to his class, stand up and dare say it was time to "Make America Great Again" (with this phrase admitting something was desperately wrong in the nation), we owe him our thanks, gratitude, and our allegiance.
Posted by Stuff Black People Don't Like at 8:59 PM