The Democrat Strategy of Oppression

The Democrat Strategy of Oppression

Democrats have used the destruction of the family, enforced ignorance, fear, and population control to manipulate and foster dependence in America’s black population to this day, and since the time of slavery. The only difference is since the 60’s they’ve hidden behind the mask of compassion.

Slave owners throughout history have long understood that the most effective way to control an enslaved population is to implement 4 key strategies.

The Strategies of Oppresion

1) Separate family members and destroy common history and culture by any means necessary. Isolated individuals are much easier to oppress and intimidate.

2) Enforce ignorance and dependency. Depriving people of education and skills that would make them self-sufficient.

3) Fear. By convincing people that the world outside the slave state was filled with even more extreme dangers, and by bullying and cruelty towards the disobedient.

4) Strict population control. Keeping the enslaved population a minority group.

It wasn’t until the party of the KKK (the democrats, for those wondering) took up the mantle of civil rights in the mid-to-late 60’s that black Americans began to reliably and overwhelmingly vote for democrats like they do today. However, there have long been suspicions about the sincerity of the Democrats’ motivations. Prior to the passing of the civil rights act, president Lynden Bayne Johnson had a history of blatant racism, even referring to the civil rights act itself as the “N_____ bill.”

Despite championing the most historical legislation towards living up to the constitution’s declaration that all men were created equal, he also had a history of derogatory attitudes towards black Americans throughout his life and political career. And even as president, Johnson rarely shied away from using the N-word in private. Some reports even claimed that he said,

“These Negroes, they’re getting pretty uppity these days and that’s a problem for us since they’ve got something now they never had before, the political pull to back up their uppityness. Now we’ve got to do something about this, we’ve got to give them a little something, just enough to quiet them down, not enough to make a difference. For if we don’t move at all, then their allies will line up against us and there’ll be no way of stopping them, we’ll lose the filibuster and there’ll be no way of putting a brake on all sorts of wild legislation. It’ll be Reconstruction all over again.”

On page 33 of Inside the White House: The Hidden Lives of the Modern Presidents and the Secrets of the World’s Most Powerful Institution, by Ronald Kesslers, another claim was made:

“Johnson, like other presidents, would often reveal his true motivations in asides that the press never picked up. During one trip, Johnson was discussing his proposed civil rights bill with two governors. Explaining why it was so important to him, he said it was simple: “I’ll have them n______ voting Democratic for two hundred years.”

“That was the reason he was pushing the bill,” said MacMillan, who was present during the conversation. “Not because he wanted equality for everyone. It was strictly a political ploy for the Democratic party. He was phony from the word go”.

In January of 1964, Lynden Johnson at the State of the Union address said, and I Quote:

“This administration today, here and now, declares unconditional war on poverty in America.”

Destruction of the Family

Just before implementing the Civil Rights Act on July 2nd, 1964, Johnson laid out his plan for the “Great Society act” with the declared mission to end poverty, reduce crime, and reduce inequality. Since then, as of 2012, according to the heritage institute, America had spent over $22 trillion in tax revenue on anti-poverty programs, adjusted for inflation.

This does not include Social Security or Medicare. This is 3x the cost of all U.S. military wars. All of them. And yet as measured by data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau, the poverty rate has remained essentially the same, while the underlying causes of poverty are more prevalent. A significant portion of the U.S., particularly minority communities, are less capable now of self-sufficiency than it was when the War on Poverty was enacted.

Contrary to the notion that economic progress accelerated after the passage of the civil rights act and the war on poverty, in the 20 years preceding the 1960’s the black poverty rate had fallen 40 points, from 87% to 47%. There was only an 18% reduction in the poverty rate in the 20 years after the passage of the civil rights act.

That is to say, that in the 20 years after the passage of the Welfare state, the rate at which poverty was falling was slowed to only half the pace to which it had already been falling in the 20 years proceeding. In the 1960s, the single motherhood rate in the black community was 22%. It is now almost 80%.

Obama correctly pointed out, “children who grow up without a father are 5x more likely to live in poverty and commit crime; 9x more likely to drop out of schools and 20x more likely to end up in prison.” But this is not exclusive to America, and it’s not exclusive to the Black Community; the effects of similar policies in England have produced almost the exact same results, including a drastic increase in crime and “gang culture” despite the absence of a “legacy of slavery” in England.

In the first half of the 20th century, the public housing projects were overwhelmingly clean and safe. However, alongside the policies of President Johnson, Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren, supported roundly by the self-proclaimed compassionate liberal intellectuals, pursued ‘Lenient on Crime’ policies in the 1960’s. The popular premise was that Police were overly involved in black communities and that more lenient policing and the new anti-poverty programs could usher in a new era of peace and socio-economic improvement.

Sound familiar?

However, tragically, the very same year it was implemented, the violent crime rate rose 139% and the murder rate doubled. And this drastic increase in violent crime has been a continuing trend. Today, although only accounting for 13% of the population, young black men in the communities where these policies have been applied, have committed more than 50% of all the homicides, since 1976, and most other violent offenses, including robbery, aggravated assault, and property crimes is almost three times their representation of the population.

The number one cause of death for young black men today is homicide. Racist cops, judges, and prosecutors simply cannot explain this decades-long trend. Especially once you factor in that the ethnic make-up of those in law enforcement tend to match the ethnic make-up of the communities. More than any other attributable factor, the extremely high crime rates have decimated property values, and driven out investments and job opportunities in these communities

Enforced Ignorance

The Democratic party has long been in coordination with the teacher’s unions, which have long been opposed to school of choice. Because of this Democrat politicians have rallied against charter schools and school of choice reliably, even though they have been proven to be much more effective at providing students with a better education.

The contrast is made most evident by comparing students in the same area, at the same grade levels, with both the public school and private schools sharing the same building. Such examples in New York showed that in almost every case, students enrolled in the charter schools scored significantly higher in Math and English, than students attending the public option. The objection of the teachers’ unions is that they don’t want to compete with charter schools for funding and teachers’ wages.

It’s also almost impossible to remove a disruptive student from a class, even when teachers may have to spend up to 70% of their time in class disciplining a few students. Because of policies put in place by teachers’ unions, it is almost impossible to fire a bad teacher. These, among other failing union policies, contributed to the fact the U.S.increased its education spending by 190% between 1970 and 2006 and yet quality of education had remained the same.

Today the illiteracy rate among young black students in democratic states is horrific. In California, it was found that 75% of black high school boys could not read at grade level. In Baltimore, they looked at 5 schools and could not find a single black child that could pass a math or English exam. Poor education opportunities, high crime rates, minimum wage laws, and mass illegal immigration of low-skill workers have all played a massive roll in devastating the job opportunities for young blacks to enter the job market, develop skills and work ethics, and make their climb up the economic ladder. In July of 2016, only 42.8% of blacks between the ages of 16-24 had jobs.

Fear and Bullying

The narrative propagated by today’s democratic party and their media allies is one of fear. It has devolved from one about equal rights under the law to exploiting racial grievances for political gain. The failing policies of the democratic-run cities have been overlooked intentionally, and the history of race relations and inequities deceptively filtered.

Instead, the narrative pushed is that all inequities can be placed at the feet of systemic racism, white supremacy, and the “legacy of slavery.” The majority of people today that are mining history for disparities and discriminations are not searching for truth; they are instead searching for opportunities to exploit the sins of the past to justify undermining our society today, or for grievances they can cash in on today, at the expense of people, and for the benefit of others, who were not even born when these sins occurred.

Not only are the motives wrong, almost invariably so are the methods. Not only is the history of slavery and the legacy of slavery selectively filtered beyond recognition, but the abolition of slavery as well. The very notion of ‘social’ justice is at odds with justice.

Anytime you need to add a modifier to the word ‘Justice’ you are detracting from the definition of justice. But the very notion of social justice being applied today (correcting for unequal outcomes by government policy) appears ahistorical and misguided and is being used by political establishments to sell it’s constituents a sense of helpless victimhood for the sake of dividing the country and accumulating political power. (Or perhaps to distract from the fact that liberal economic and crime policies have dominated the inner cities for 50-70 years, and have proven in almost every case and in every place to have made things worse…)

One notable problem with “leaders” of groups that are lagging ( and government aid programs as a whole), is that in order to maintain political relevance they can never actually solve the problems because if they were to, they would be out of a job. The major lie used today is that police racism remains a primary factor in racial disparities. The truth is, overwhelmingly the police save black lives. Cops are systemically sacrificing their own lives to try to make a positive difference in these communities.

A black man is 2000x more likely to die from violent crime. A cop is 18.5 times more likely to be killed by a criminal black that a black man is to be killed by a criminal cop. The leading death for young black men in America is homicide, overwhelmingly at the hands of other blacks in the inner cities. Every time the anti-cop systemic racism narrative takes over and the protests and riots start, police withdraw from proactively enforcing crime in these communities and the violent crime rate goes up drastically, typically something like 90% in the first two months and 140% over the course of the year. This is called the Ferguson effect and is confirmed by the director of the FBI.

The numbers of people who have had more than 3 interactions with the police are about the same for whites and blacks. There is a black Harvard economist named Roland Fryer who did an investigation into police abuse against blacks, and there wasn’t any evidence of disproportionate abuse against black people, and in fact found that police were more reluctant to shoot a black perpetrator than a white, presumably out of fear of racialized backlash.

In the last 50 years, police killings of blacks have declined 75%, while police shootings of whites have stayed the same. Every 2 years the police do a public contact survey, there has not been found any pattern of abuse against black people. However, when polled only a few years ago, 80% of blacks said they had a positive view of the police, when polled again only a few years later alongside the media insistence of racial policing injustice, the trust in the police had fallen 75%.

Population Control

The founder of Planned Parenthood was a known supporter of eugenics (The science of controlling the traits of future generations of people by controlled breeding) named Margaret Sanger. She even gave a speech at a 1926 Klu Klux Klan rally and later wrote about it in her autobiography, saying:

“I believed I had accomplished my purpose.” and that, “A dozen invitations to speak at similar groups were offered.” She also said “Eugenics suggests the reestablishment of the balance between the ‘fit’ and the ‘unfit.’ The birth-rate among the … finer stocks of humanity is to be increased by awakening among the ‘fit’ the realization of the dangers of a lessened birth-rate in proportion to the reckless breeding of the ‘unfit.’”

In her book titled, The Pivot of Civilization she called her efforts to install abortion clinics in black communities “The Negro Project.” and stated “The most successful educational approach to the [blacks] is through a religious appeal. We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the [black] population and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to their more rebellious members.

Today black women account for a third of all abortions in the U.S., while only accounting for 6% of the population. In New York City, more black children are aborted than born. In recent years, the black birth rate has fallen to historic lows, falling 29% from 1990 through 2010, and the black population growth has almost flatlined.

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