With the most sincere intentions, I will now share with you all, the discoveries made by a curious prelaw student/ congressional intern, the following evidence and sources incorporated into the piece were stumbled upon through both privileged access to records, and through having simply inquired questions via google search. The results I have collected are not fabricated, nor biased in any way. In fact, I was hoping the answers to my inquiries and suspicions, to be far less disturbing. However, I seem to have digressed…
so, without further due—
Let’s begin clearing some seriously common misconceptions up, for they are popular in belief, but should once and for all be categorized and classified as myths, and nothing more. For the sake of this great nation, I present an abstract filled with truths wishing to promote justice for all:
America has always been a melting pot. We are a nation founded by people from all over the world who came here seeking a better life for themselves and their families. So why is immigration such a hot-button issue? To be sure, it has often been steeped in bitter controversy at various points throughout our history. Certain ethnic groups have bravely borne the brunt of suspicion and hostility — and proven their ability to become good, patriotic Americans. But today, the issue seems to have taken on a harder edge. Why?
I will argue the obvious, yet almost always over looked hoax, to ever be told in the history of the world. The greatest fairy tale passed down through the ages, the most significant lie fed to a trusting culture over and over again, whose lies are buried deep within deranged misconceptions that remain uncovered. The truth is blamed on the opposition, a rival so to speak. It is hindered well by a people, a mindset, and a political party, in order to cover the tracks of their evil intentions and doings. Whilst bringing forth tall tales of deception, these clever Stalins and Hitlers continue to subtly mold into the unquestioning minds of Americans living in the past, present, and in the probable future, a distortion which is their reality. After much heavy research, I wish to bring all of the findings collected: the misconstrued evidence I have come to stumble upon, the documents hidden beneath a distorted history, the happenings behind the closed doors shall now be revealed in my arguments, built with facts. I contest that this twisted trick has been pushed so thoroughly upon the masses through all of our major outlet sources, which are all, by the way, involved in the hoax; it is the biggest scandal known to man, and sadly, is what has caused many to fall short of their desired reality. To the confused, the misled, the young, old, and ignorant, I give you:
A History Lesson Unveiled: To be read with an open mind….
As we all know, anything and everything will always fall short of perfection. Knowing this, how much sense does it make to compare America to Utopia?
No matter what, America will always fall short of the standard of the garden of Eden. With this in mind, you are now able to grasp the significance of this world’s greatest contribution to man kind.
For decades the American Progressive Left has used the academic tool of “Deconstruction” to implement false narratives through contradicting claims revolving around the false messages which suggest Utopian standards be incorporated into U.S. laws to resolve burdens set by America’s democratic governing system. In reality, such lies are disguised as political claims to enslave society and are being used as a sledge hammer utilized by U.S. Propaganda to bludgeon nearly every institution, icon, history and narrative of the United States. They’ve been very successful, convincing many that America is the cause of suffering around the world, and that America’s capitalist wealth is stolen from native peoples everywhere
America has been good for immigrants, and immigrants have been good for America. Our nation’s principles and its system of equal justice and economic freedom invite all those seeking opportunity and the blessings of liberty. The immigrants that come to America have always played an important role in our history-strengthening our social capital, deepening our national patriotism, and expanding our general economy.
Over the past several decades, however, immigration policy has become confused and unfocused to the point that there is widespread and deepening concern that our current policies regarding immigration are not working. Poorly designed policies and weak enforcement of immigration laws have led to disturbing vulnerabilities in our security. Millions of illegal immigrants in our country believe the core principle of the rule of law and belittle the legal naturalization process. Continued large-scale immigration without effective assimilation threatens social cohesion and America’s civic culture and common identity.
As many of us now know, four years ago, we tried to blow the whistle on Obama and expose a side of him that people didn’t know. He wasn’t just an amateur, someone who didn’t know what was going on. He actually wanted to see a shrinking of American prosperity and power. And I was not mistaken in my personal predictions about Obama. And here we are. Knocking on socialism’s door. And I think the Obama described by many hardworking, honest Americans, including myself, is what the Obama admin. has turned out to be. Because there’s a whole narrative here, the Democratic Party is the party of the little guy. It’s the party of progress. It’s the party of abolitionism and equal rights and equal opportunity and women.
However, if you stop to take a look at American history, you will soon discover the true intentions of the Democratic party. It seems that these Dems buried their truths, and not very long after their crimes against humanity were about to be put to light, they decided to stoop to shockingly low ends in avoiding persecution. Their response to being caught is quite mind boggling, terrifying, and embarrassingly obvious. SO OBVIOUS, EVEN I admittedly questioned myself and wondered how I could not have questioned this sooner. The answers I found have led me to conclude a that this concept, this history, this eye opening event may be the most over looked, ever, to date.
And the damage it would have on the democrats and the party they embrace so loudly, would be everlasting, and permanent, if exposed.
A secret so well kept, it is not just buried in the media, it’s buried in academia. Our professors, and our broadcasters promote a kind of false narrative out there. Constant lies are being spread through America’s major outlets- to the people, for the people, and by the people. And that’s all young people are exposed to.
I am here to bring this secret to light. For the people, and for the sake of our beautiful nation. People are gullible, typical Americans living in the 21st century don’t understand what they’re dealing with. They have no idea.
Furthermore, I am going to tell a new story about the party system in America. I wish to bring to light what your professors and teachers are trying so hard to hinder you from. A rebirth of the true, documented events that happened the Civil War. People think the Civil War was a war simply between the North and the South. And the South was the pro-slavery side. The North was the antislavery side.
But the northern Democrats, led by Stephen Douglas were defenders of slavery. This lie of an unsupported, surprisingly unquestioned tale the democrats continue to feed American citizens. It amazes me how this “BIG SWITCH” lie, is rarely questioned. Just by looking back at the facts of history, you see right away, that this war was not so much a North/South divide, it was a divide between the Republican and the Democratic Party.
And the Democratic Party, both in the north and in the south, staunchly defended and sought to protect slavery. Now, of course, part of the narrative we often deal with is something along the lines of, “Oh, yes, that’s how things used to be. But we Democrats got really enlightened, and we got really smart. And now we’re the good guys. And all the Dixiecrats and all the old slavery and segregation guys became Republicans.” That is part of the official narrative. The one that has been molded into young America, and really, the majority of Americans today. I believe that not only is it my moral duty, but it is crucial to the survival of the West, that I officially speak out to lift the misconstrued veils that are currently in place, working to complete the mission of the liberal agenda. In particular, it needs to be addressed and put to light before the next presidential election.
Abraham Lincoln was not a Democrat, even though they want to say so.
When you look at Schindler’s List, it’s happening all over again now with the Christians in the Middle East.
When we’re looking at the things that are coming, at the future state of our country and its inhabitants, I am at the critical point where I truly believe we’ve missed all the exits. We’re going to pay a very heavy price. I don’t know what that entails, but we’re going to pay a very heavy price. And not just me or my loved ones, the entire western world.
And the entire world.
Because America brought something new into the world. And it’s made the world a lot better. It’s almost impossible to envision the 20th century without America, what would have happened to World War II. What would have happened to the Cold War? And I think Americans don’t realize that for the last 65 years, they’ve been living in a privileged position, in which American prosperity, American power, the American passport is better than anybody else’s passport. So once that goes away, history shows that it never comes back.
“O, it is excellent to have a giant’s strength; but it is tyrannous to use it like a giant.”
“The creation of the United States of America is the greatest of all human adventures. No other national story holds such tremendous lessons, for the American people themselves and for the rest of mankind.”
The primary characteristics of the great American narrative—individual liberty, personal responsibility, respect for private property, and the desire to “avoid entangling alliances”—have long served as the glue that binds the nation together, but a new ethic of entitlement, dependence, collective responsibility, and a desire to export democracy through a variety of means—to include force—is replacing that narrative. In the slow turn from American exceptionalism and the great American narrative toward the victim narrative, domestic and foreign affairs have suffered greatly. With the United States facing long-term challenges in economic and foreign affairs that are certain to prove difficult to solve, it is finally time to reject the worldview that has led to the nation’s current condition.
The way we were
In order to escape their truly a wretched pas, modern Democrats have adopted as an article of faith the bedtime story that, thanks to Tricky Dick Nixon’s “southern strategy,” the racists who had been the backbone of their party for the better part of a century suddenly switched to the GOP –some time around 1968, with the happy result that now all the racists are on the right. Ladies and Gents, A mysterious SWITCH: Simultaneously creating instant virtuousness and a clean slate, for Democrats, and only DEMOCRATS.
It’s a lie, of course. But don’t take it from me, take it from noted National review writer, Kevin Williamson, who addressed this issue brilliantly last year:
“Worse than the myth and the cliché is the outright lie, the utter fabrication with malice aforethought, and my nominee for the worst of them is the popular but indefensible belief that the two major U.S. political parties somehow “switched places” vis-à-vis protecting the rights of black Americans, a development believed to be roughly concurrent with the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the rise of Richard Nixon. That Republicans have let Democrats get away with this mountebankery is a symptom of their political fecklessness, and in letting them get away with it the GOP has allowed itself to be cut off rhetorically from a pantheon of Republican political heroes, from Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass to Susan B. Anthony, who represent an expression of conservative ideals as true and relevant today as it was in the 19th century. Perhaps even worse, the Democrats have been allowed to rhetorically bury their Bull Connors, their longstanding affiliation with the Ku Klux Klan, and their pitiless opposition to practically every major piece of civil-rights legislation for a century.”
As Kevin goes on to point out:
“If the parties had in some meaningful way flipped on civil rights, one would expect that to show up in the electoral results in the years following the Democrats’ 1964 about-face on the issue. Nothing of the sort happened: Of the 21 Democratic senators who opposed the 1964 act, only one would ever change parties. Nor did the segregationist constituencies that elected these Democrats throw them out in favor of Republicans: The remaining 20 continued to be elected as Democrats or were replaced by Democrats. It was, on average, nearly a quarter of a century before those seats went Republican. If southern rednecks ditched the Democrats because of a civil-rights law passed in 1964, it is strange that they waited until the late 1980s and early 1990s to do so.”
And yet this myth persists — in fact, it’s just about the only response today’s Democrats have to their own sordid history: pinning it on the other guy. It makes them profoundly uncomfortable that among the 21 who voted against the Civil Rights Act of 1964 can be found Albert Arnold Gore, Sr., the founder of the Hillbilly Dynasty; Robert “KKK” Byrd, the Conscience of the Senate; and Sleepin’ Sam Ervin of Watergate fame.
Just for laughs, let’s take a look at the electoral maps for 1968 (Nixon-Humphrey), 1972 (Nixon-McGovern), 1976 (Carter-Ford), and 1992 (Clinton-Bush) to see how the South voted.
First, 1968, as the Vietnam War approached its high-water mark and the antiwar movement was starting to roll:
1968: still semi-solid
Nixon picked up some of the states of the Old Confederacy, largely because of their pro-military tradition and support for the war. “Wallace,” for those of you born yesterday, was Democrat George Wallace, a rabid segregationist who founded the American Independent Party and ran for president on its ticket. He won 13 percent of the popular vote, and carried five states in the Deep South for a total of 46 electoral votes.
Four years later, Nixon faced the first modern Democratic Party presidential candidate, George McGovern, who ran on a “Come Home, America” platform, and on whose campaign many of today’s radicals cut their teeth. Two items of note in the linked video clip: Missouri Senator Tom Eagleton was McGovern’s first running mate, who got dumped by the Compassion Party after it came out that he had been hospitalized for clinical depression and had undergone shock therapy. The other is McGovern’s extensive quote from “This Land is Your Land,” a hit for Peter, Paul and Mary written by the communist fellow-traveler, Woody Guthrie.
1972: the Cod stands alone
Yes, the South voted for the Republican — but so did every other state except for Massachusetts, which was the first indication of just how far gone the Bay State already was.
Four years later, Nixon was in San Clemente in the aftermath of Watergate, and a Southern governor named Jimmy Carter, whose only claim to the White House was that he was not RMN, was running against the Accidental President, Jerry Ford:
1976: you can go home again
Yes, twelve years after the Solid South supposedly flipped to the GOP, here it was, back again, helping to elevate a native son past the Michigander. The two Reagan wipeouts of 1980 and 1984 began the alignment of the South with the GOP — but it was partly reversed by Bill Clinton in 1992:
1992: Back to Bubba
The Republican ascendancy in Dixie is associated with the rise of the southern middle class, the increasingly trenchant conservative critique of Communism and the welfare state, the Vietnam controversy and the rise of the counterculture, law-and-order concerns rooted in the urban chaos that ran rampant from the late 1960s to the late 1980s, and the incorporation of the radical Left into the Democratic party. Individual events, especially the freak show that was the 1968 Democratic convention, helped solidify conservatives’ affiliation with the Republican party. Democrats might argue that some of these concerns — especially welfare and crime — are “dog whistles” or “code” for race and racism, but this criticism is shallow in light of the evidence and the real saliency of those issues among U.S. voters of all backgrounds and both parties for decades. Indeed, Democrats who argue that the best policies for black Americans are those that are soft on crime and generous with welfare are engaged in much the same sort of cynical racial calculation President Johnson was practicing when he informed skeptical southern governors that his plan for the Great Society was “to have them niggers voting Democratic for the next two hundred years.” Johnson’s crude racism is, happily, largely a relic of the past, but his strategy endures.
To be thorough, let us conclude with the beginning of the end for the democratic party. According to Alexander Hamilton’s personal diaries and letters, one can make the assumption that the ways of the liberal party date back to the early years of America’s founding. Shortly after the Constitutional Convention in 1787, Washington would bid his farewell to the country, stepping down as president; Hamilton would run for the presidency; and Burr would form a unified resistance against Alexander Hamilton and his followers; this promoted the movement of the anti-federalists who would later protest against federalists that believed in the reestablishment of a monarchy and total government rule.
Those who subscribed to Hamilton’s vision of a strong federal government had long been known as Federalists; anti-Federalists who organized in opposition to them chose to call themselves Republicans, a sly insinuation that Federalists were wealthy aristocrats who were secretly conspiring to convert the new republic into a monarchy.