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It is absolutely incredible what some will attempt to do.

Currently, there are many who are being funded by the likes of George Soros and his multitude of falsely labeled ‘humanitarian’ organizations to cause as much division and unrest as possible. After all, a country divided is much easier to bring down than one who stands strongly united.

Yet these protesters- many of whom are paid to protest- do not see that they are being used. They never consider that ultimately, after their ‘purpose’ has been served, they will be discarded and come to the same ugly fate, by the very people paying them to protest today, as the rest of the populace that they are protesting against.

They do not consider that all this activity is deliberately designed to eventually work against them, as well as those they are targeting.

They never consider that the statutes they want to destroy are a testament to all of our history. Our history, together, as a nation of diverse peoples, belongs to all of our people. Once the history has been removed, those who are paying for the destruction, via protests, will re-write that history to ‘read’ whatever they choose it to be. That is dangerous because it causes people to disconnect from their ancestors, their past and our true history.

These same protestors are obviously unaware that America’s history is a history that actually had MORE white slaves than we ever had black ones.¬† They also are unaware that Robert E. Lee was a Democrat. They are disrespecting our history- a history we all share, be that good, bad, or indifferent. They do not have the right to destroy what belongs to all of us, yet that is what they are doing- taking our history away from all of us.

They will not stop there. No, there are those among these protestors that think someone (white) owes them- simply because of the color of their skin. Who, then, owes all the descendants of the white slaves, pray tell?

Now, we read in the Louisville Eccentric Observer, of one person, named Chennelle Helm, a self-proclaimed Black Lives Matter Louisville organizer, who is now demanding that white people give up their houses to black or brown people. She is stating that whites re-budget their finances so they can financially support black and/or brown people. She wants whites to will their inheritance to black or brown people, and promotes publicly harassing anyone who may be suspect as a racist.

Among other things. Seriously.

Perhaps  if she was willing to put half the energy into getting herself into a responsible financial position, rather than screaming for free handouts from those willing to work hard, she may feel entirely different about the matter. After all, doing so may enable her to purchase her own home, like so many Рof all various colors Рhave done.

If one could directly speak to Ms. Helm, they may state something like:

Honey, NO ONE is going to save you- YOU have to save yourself. NO ONE OWES YOU ANYTHING. If you want something, you have to put in the time and effort to earn it.

Those are the lessons many home owners learned. And because they knew they were responsible for how they ultimately lived, they willingly put in the time and effort. Very few were ever ‘handed’ their home or their means of living. Most worked for it, and did what it took. They may not have even liked their jobs, but they stuck to it, and did what was required in order to secure the financing necessary to purchase their home.

And those who purchase homes pay their mortgage (‘rent’ owed to the bank) every month- on time- without the government doing it for them. They do not get assistance; they have to earn that money themselves (in addition to being taxed on their wages which enables the government to pay the assistance programs, like welfare, rent subsidy, food stamps and medicaid, to those who don’t chose to do the same). And then in 30 years or so, they FINALLY get the papers from the bank that says they NOW own that home. Sadly, darlin’, there is NO such thing as a ‘free lunch’. Even welfare recipients pay a price for that hand-out.

Just because you are among the ‘generational poor’ doesn’t mean YOU cannot change that. It takes a bit of determination, but it can be done.

There are no ‘victims’ here in Life. YOU make your life what you want it to be. YOU are totally responsible for every aspect of your life- whether or not you acknowledge that to be fact.

Privileged white? Is that a joke? People of color in America have all kinds of ‘bennies’ just because of the color of their skin. Higher education? No problem, honey- there’s a dozen funds to draw from IF you are a ‘person of color’. Can’t pass the tests? No problem- the schools lowered that standard back in the sixties. Heck, there’s even SPECIAL loans for people of color so they can purchase a home.

So stop whining and screaming, and go find out what is available, and get yourself into a home if that’s what you want. Of course, you’ll have to be earning something so as to make that monthly mortgage payment like all the other home owners…without assistance from the government.

Most people are living paycheck to paycheck and struggling having little if anything left over. The bills get paid, and there’s maybe a couple of dollars to get you through another week. Those home owners you are so clearly jealous of struggle every month to meet their bills. It’s no picnic, but it may be better than living in an apartment complex with that ‘subsidized reduced rent’ and food stamps and having to fill out endless paperwork to satisfy government agencies….

You better start realizing that no person, regardless of color, is going to give up their home to anyone after all the hard work it took them to get one. No one is going to give you what they worked for just because you have a different skin color.- regardless of whether or not they have any heir.

You best get a grip on our true history. The war between the states was NOT over ‘slavery’; it was because the there were certain persons who wanted to levy an extremely high tax on the southern states (who were in a better financial bracket; they were wealthier), so they could build a railroad that would only service the northern portion of the country. Had that railroad system been designed to equally serve their states, there would not have been such opposition.

At that time, the southern states grew the crops that fed our nation, as well as the crops that material was made from; the northern states, having a much shorter growing season, was where the factories were located that made the cloth and shoes for the nation.

Because of the heavy tax, the southern states wanted to leave the union. If they did so, all the other states that could not grow their own food in enough abundance, due to their short growing season, would obviously suffer. Those wanting the railroad, and those working in the factories, did not want the southern states to leave the union- it would be devastating for the northern states if that happened. The South, on the other hand, could easily support themselves, and they figured they could learn to make cloth and shoes, as well. The South could easily be self-reliant, whereas the northern states could not. Those wanting the railroad wanted to force the South into staying in the union- against the South’s wishes. Hence, the war.

The North did not have the financial resources of the South; they would have to get loans from foreign countries if they had to fight the South. Those who wanted the tax levied realized that no foreign country would assist them in forcing the southern states to stay in the union, especially when they found out how unfair the tax was, so they appealed to them for the loans by claiming they were trying to end slavery- which was not true.

They were not opposed to slavery at all; they realized that slavery was a valuable contribution to making the economy function. MANY, many countries world-wide utilized slavery -better known as indentured servants (people who traded their labor for their means of survival- housing, food, etc.).

If you knew history, you would know that slavery has always been an important part of national economic stability- all over the world. Someone has to do the work. Right now, China and many other countries have a ‘forced labor’ sector doing the work. If no one does the work, everyone suffers.

In America, people who work have to pay a tax on their wages. That tax pays the interest on the loans the government gets to pay for all the social service programs, as well as the many other things the country has to borrow money for in order to afford to provide for us all. You could even say that the common worker today is very much like the indentured servant of yesterday- they are having to support others, as well as themselves, on the labor they provide to an employer. 150 years ago, the same structure was happening, although the living conditions may not have been as good for some of them.

Most slave owners took very good care of their investments (their workers) because they knew that their workers labor directly affected the prosperity of the entire estate. Those owners that were abusive were not the norm- they were the exception.

There were many black slave owners. Proportionally, the number of slaves owned by black slave owners far exceeded those owned by white slave owners. White slave owners also tended to educate their workers, and teach them trades, whereas black slave owners tended to just use them as laborers. All of this is documented, although it has been removed from public school educational textbooks.

The reason for the removal of the true historic facts is a blatant attempt by those wishing to re-write history to serve their purpose of later fomenting division. It is one of the tools used to manipulate and control people.

So, perhaps, Ms. Helm, you need to actually go find out the facts before you act on your misconceptions about how ‘unfairly’ others have treated you. The only reason there is ‘generational poverty’ is because there is little to no effort by those ‘stuck’ in it to change it.

Bottom line: we are all in this together. It is up to each individual how they want to live, and that choice affects the whole nation.

If we value what we have, it is up to each of us to do our best to make sure we are self-reliant. Otherwise, those who want to destroy our nation will cause as much division as they can in order to do so.

That is why it is important- critical, actually – that people of all color stand united as a nation. There is no room for ‘division’ in a nation that chooses to stand strong. A united nation takes care of each individual by allowing each person the opportunity to contribute to the whole.

Those that prefer not to contribute in America have been offered programs to help sustain them, unlike many other countries. So perhaps it is not in one’s best interest to bite the hand that feeds one.

SOMEONE is paying for all the services offered to ‘low income families’- and that ‘someone’ is the American worker.

So please stop expecting more ‘freebies’. They are not free; they are being paid for by those who chose to work.

It would be really appreciated if a good portion of those receiving benefits, who have not previously contributed tax-wise, would go to work (either as a self-employed person, or as an employee) and would then contribute to the whole instead of just constantly- generationally- draining the coffers.

Do you actually think that these benefits would be available to the ‘generational poor’ once the country has been destroyed? Do you think your ‘masters’ will cover the costs of your survival when you chose not to contribute to their pocket?

Once America falls, and is no longer a free sovereign nation determining her own fate in the world, her people will become part of a One World Government, whose overlords will dictate over all. They will not be kind to those who chose not to contribute to their needs.

The only way to avoid this is to unite, as a people, and do everything one can to protect what we have. A free sovereign nation is a much better alternative than one that is enslaved and has no voice in the individual’s choices.

So put down your protest signs, and examine what is it that you are good at, and figure out a way to use those skills to make a living. There is available, at this time, the opportunity for anyone to learn new skills. And here, in America, anyone can take those skills and put them to good use making a living and helping others do the same. That is how to make a nation strong and improve the lives of many.

 

 

 

 

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