By: Arlen Williams
Black Chicago activists who have escaped and risen above the prison cycle are drawing lines on the pavement and pointing at the chief oppressors in their neighborhoods, the progressive plantation masters of the Democratic Party. Good. Damn the neo-Marxist “political correctness.” It’s time to get real. Let’s get real.
The democracy of the Democratic Party and the falsely labeled “welfare state” were never meant to be a part of America. Emergency help at the discretion local private and public bodies, sure. Legal assurance that the economy is not controlled by the powerful to make healthy participation unavailable by some, yes. But redistributionism is un-American. It is parasitic. It saps our energy for the use of power mongers and mammon lords. It always results in the virtual plantation slave lifestyle, ethical people kept by our “keepers” brothers, to use murderous Barack Obama’s application of the passive-aggressive mocking of God by the first murderer, Cain.
Cajoled and coerced redistributionism, sapping self empowerment and family accountability, is what was practiced in Jesus of Nazareth’s time by Israel’s oppressors (and Judas Iscariot). This may seem odd, but today as before, it goes along with extra-marital sex, “eugenic” abortion/infanticide, plus bowing to an idolatry superimposed upon nature and our climatic conditions.
Those themes are closely related to orgiastic worship, including child sacrifice to fertility gods suffered during the heathen encroachments into our Creator’s own nation, in Bible times. Now, we have the breakdown of the family, rampant sexual perversity, Planned Parenthood’s focus on blacks and the poor (and increasingly, Hispanics) for its abortion consumption, while even needy people are told to sacrifice for the sake of overcoming fictitious man-made global warming. With healthy families gone and oppression felt, we also have rampant violence.
Who causes all these things to happen? Twisted people do, people who are led along by demons in their thinking and motives.
However, the United States of America is a nation founded upon each citizen’s personal sovereignty under God, with government our servants charged to protect the power of that status in life. That is why the documents of our founders call upon us to restrict our government to protecting and not violating our natural, unalienable rights, to life, to liberty, and to property ownership. That way of living has built the most successfully developed nation in the history of the world (technology included). It was done not by government staying out of the way, but by government, which inevitably attempts to master and despoil, being forced into its perpetually pruned and subservient place, instead.
This is how men who have seen which end is up tell it, in inner Chicago. Rebelpundit put this video out, October 27.
Because the post that goes with the video is excerpt-length, we’ll repost it all with our thanks and their link.
Chicago activists Paul McKinley, Mark Carter, Joseph Watkins and Harold “Noonie” Ward recently went on the record with RebelPundit to deliver a message to black communities across the country.
That message shed’s light on who they say are the “real oppressors” of their community–Black-liberal democrats.
Although these men are recognized as leaders among the local community, local mainstream media refuses to give them a platform.
McKinley explains that black americans are in an “abusive relationship with black leadership…There not pushing a black agenda, they’re not pushing a family agenda, they’re pushing a neo-liberal agenda.”
They always talk about black on black crime, and when you here the words black on black crime, the first thing you think of is a black man is a black man robbing you or breaking in your house, and that is a black on black crime. But lets take it one step further. There’s a black on black crime down in city hall, there’s a black on black crime down in all the state capitols in America, where all the black folks are voting against our interests.”
“We’re always talking about what the Republican’s ain’t done for us, but my life has been hurt by democrats,” Watkins says, “this lot where I stand right now, Ida B. Wells, where public housing residents used to live at, most of the people are homeless living in the street, it’s because of you Mr. President.
“They (black leaders) forced us into a life of welfare, we don’t welfare,” Carter explains, “we want opportunities to go to work, we want opportunities to own businesses.”
Carter says the strategy behind the president’s focus on raising minimum wage is because, “he (the president) knows this is a way to get a lot of the poor peoples attention, but, to hell with your minimum raise wage, we don’t have any jobs, minimum wage raise for what?”
“Everywhere you go, there is poverty in black areas.” Ward says, “It’s the same way in every black community across the country….How can the same process happen over and over again, and can’t nobody do nothing about it?”
Editorial Note: McKinley, Watson, Carter and Ward have all served time in prison in the past, and have since taken to the streets of Chicago to fight against the injustices in their community, making this story all the more interesting.