Tuesday, 21 July 2015

When the Negro "civil rights movement" becomes a disease....nothing good can come of it

     The OROG is afflicted usually with the notion that there is a readable  balance between reality and reason.   Most OROGs have the idea that if something makes sense, it probably has evidential proof that their belief or understanding actually does make sense.    Something as complicated as, "It is necessary to boil water with eggs inside the container with the boiling water with the eggs inside and covered with the boiling water in order to have boiled eggs" might be a hard angle to figure for some liberals, socialists, Democrat-mainliners, and deranged marxist black folks whose socially psychotic pathology has become steadily more obvious since their train fell off the track with the establishment of the Great Society.
    Their movement has hit points far lower than what used to put my mother into a frenzy of laughing and crying at the same time.   That was when she would have to deal with a white racist....usually white-trash....who would say variations of, or almost precisely something along this line:   "Well, if'n I ain't no better than some n*****, then who ain't  I better than?"
     The "cutting edge" thinkers in the pretty much useless "African American civil rights" movement becomes duller and duller, and more and more committed to a path that can only be described as group derangement.    The chant about ''Hands up! Don't Shoot!" doesn't even make sense, for instance.   Then the notion that "black lives matter, but no other lives amount to a hill of gorilla puke." does leave quite a bit to be desired in terms of the Beatitudes and certain Oriental philosophies and religions.
     The notion that somehow people who never suffered Jim Crow, much less slavery, have the right to the assets of the people (a) who fought for the concept of the abolition of slavery (b) people who fought for the right to control how the Negro would be manumitted from the imbecilic concept and practice of slavery, and (c) people who risked much in order to fold the Negro as a race and as a citizen fully into the American tapestry is preposterous.    Never mind the people who came after all the dust had pretty much settled.   Why does anyone have the right to tax people such as those identified above, so as to support what essentially is another form of slavery.
     That slavery, of course, is the status of being born into multigenerational welfare dependency and into a sub-intellectual notion that one has the right to never be offended, to never be denied, to be immune from any inconvenience that happens to not meet one's favour.   This lamentably now takes in perhaps a majority of those who count themselves among the cohort of "African-American" in the American population universe.   It also points to the fact that 77% of the babies born into the black-African ancestried American population are born without benefit of marriage and with AFDC built in, almost as a birthright.
     The writer is quick to point out that one can almost immediately point out the person with Black African ancestry who might be a conservative and/or a Republican, a category of the population that is thankfully on the increase, in spite of everything.   That person will be literate, studied, clean, intelligent, usually comely to a fault, almost always instilled with the noblesse of a Southern gentleman / gentlelady, and well adept at handling the white man or any person, extraterrestrial, or other eventuality.
    So that the OROG will be sufficiently armed, this is the Demand Manifesto of the Black Lives Matter movement.
According to the website, BlackLivesMatter.com, the movement’s list of demands for “Black men, women, trans and gender-nonconforming people,” includes:
  1. We demand an end to all forms of discrimination and the full recognition of our human rights.
  2. We demand an immediate end to police brutality and the murder of Black people and all oppressed people.
  3. We demand full, living wage employment for our people.
  4. We demand decent housing fit for the shelter of human beings and an end to gentrification.
  5. We demand an end to the school to prison pipeline & quality education for all.
  6. We demand freedom from mass incarceration and an end to the prison industrial complex.
  7. We demand a racial justice agenda from the White House that is inclusive of our shared fate as Black men, women, trans and gender-nonconforming people. Not My Brother’s Keeper, but Our Children’s Keeper.
  8. We demand access to affordable healthy food for our neighborhoods.
  9. We demand an aggressive attack against all laws, policies, and entities that disenfranchise any community from expressing themselves at the ballot.
  10. We demand a public education system that teaches the rich history of Black people and celebrates the contributions we have made to this country and the world.
  11. We demand the release of all U.S. political prisoners.
  12. We demand an end to the military industrial complex that incentivizes private corporations to profit off of the death and destruction of Black and Brown communities across the globe.
Following the list of demands, the BLM website features some commentary on the Obama administration’s current program addressing race relations, known as “My Brother’s Keeper.” The BLM website claims that My Brother’s Keeper “ignores too many members of our communities,” and fails to address the “white supremacist system.”
     The commies and anarchists never change.   Always assert, never deny.  Demand the impossible and refuse to accept the impossible if it given.  Always express dissatisfaction and declare abuse whether it occurs or not.  Always demand reparations from the rich....who are defined as anyone who has anything.   Always be surly and act superior, morally and especially in terms of threatening physical violence and/or massive destruction of property.
     A sad submission.  Thanks for your continued attention and interest.  We retire for a bit, in order to return to the fray, perhaps later to-night or to-morrow.
El Gringo Viejo