Critical Race Theory?

I don’t know what people are talking about when they use this term. So I went to Britannica and read this:

I still don’t get it. How does this work in China., Malaysia, Africa, and Europe?

Which people of color are oppressed in China by their dominant culture? Oh? There are no people of color in China? Well, I’m guessing that one can propose a social, human, theory that does not apply to the whole world but only to former European colonies.


When the Irish were sent as slaves to the New World in the 1600s, how does Critical Race Theory apply to them?


Can we set this straight? All this crap one reads about today is about twisted segregationism. It was once believed that it was a natural human condition to fear or hate or disapprove of other races and cultures. The solution was the separation of races through law, culture, and life. It was largely the result of Europe’s colonial adventures and the exploitation of local labor and resources for capital gain. The separation of races was considered “natural” because of the cultural differences and the obvious skin color differences. The forced migration of slave peoples to America to enable its economic growth started all of this.

Of course, now we see fewer cultural differences and more similarities between races. The Great Society was the cultural solution to segregationism in American society and marked the beginning of the end for America’s exploitaion of labor (white and black) and the cultural segregationism that was in place. That is the way it was IN AMERICA. Not China. Not Europe. Not Malaysia. And NOT Australia.

AND in the US, the Indian population was never enslaved. They were confined and segregated and given their own land to live on. Forced upon them by people who didn’t want to kill all the Indians. More forced migration. The Indians were abused and subjugated by America but they were not slaves and Critical Race Theory can’t explain them nor the Irish Slave Trade.

So when you hear all this nonsense that frames the black experience and calls itself Critical Race Theory , it is a fabrication in my opinion. Documenting cutural changes in America as a Critical Race Theory is balderdash.

I said before that looking through Black-Colored Glasses is wrong. It still is.

Reparations: My perspective

I support reparations for any person who was a slave and is still alive today. Otherwise I don’t.

If you grew up with food stamps, housing subsidies, welfare, and a public education, you have been paid your reparations by President Johnson and The Great Society for the past 57 years.

If you are black and your parents never benefitted from local and federal programs and they were successful anyway, then you are already thankful for the freedom and opportunity to be an American and thankful for having great parents.

If you have personally suffered from segregationist policies, then sue your local government. You are allowed to do that

You have equal opportunity but not equal outcome. If you don’t have equal opportunity, then sue your government.

The Silence of Republicans

The flag-waving, gun toting, USA-supporting, working-American Republicans have suddenly gone silent.

They are thinking.

They know Republican Party leadership has become a tool to subvert the election process in the United States. They know they were bamboozled by President Trump and the Right Wing propaganda machine. They know for the first time in their lifetime, black and Democrat-voting citizens are correct that Republican leadership is making a mess of things. They know police brutality exists, they know there is racial animus in the Republcan Party, and they know that money in politics is more powerful than the morality of legislators and executives in both mainstream political parties.

But they don’t know what to do about it.

So they are ignoring the media. They can ‘t believe they were decieved by their own kind. They blame all media now regardless of author and content. They hear no evil and read no evil any more.

They seek a leader to bring them out of the wilderness of confusion to a safe space to be an honorable conservative again.

Where will they find the kind of leader they can follow? Can’t be a Democrat. Can’t be a Republican humiliated by the Party.

Who will step forward to represent the good people of the United States? Who will put themselves in the cross hairs of both Democrat and Republican Parties in order to lead the Moral Majority once again?


If you believe…

…the Democrats stole the 2020 election and Presdent Biden is an illegitimate President there is something wrong with you.

… that election officials are corrupt and incompetent in 50 states, there is something wrong with you.

…that the election smoke of MAGA Trump supporters must mean there is an election fire, there is something wrong wth you.

I get it. For decades now, there was a Republican Party that was honest, honorable, and dedicated to conservative values. You believe the Republican Party represents the values of faith, family, and fiscal conservatism. I believe that, too.

Unfortunately, the Republican Party has changed. The Democrat Party has changed. America has changed. The world has changed.

When will you change?

Trump is vicious. He is the Destroyer. He lies. He humiliates people. He ruins reputations. He recruits and hires people who will follow him instead of conservative values. He attacks the integrity of the American election process with lies, innuendo, and propaganda. He makes you fear that white American conservatives are being replaced by black-skinned socialists. He makes you feel that “they” are coming for your God, your guns, and your American government.

You’re afraid there is no place for conservatives anymore and only Trump can give you hope that someone is looking out for you.

This is the Big Lie and you have been duped.

Someone had to tell you. I’m sorry you didn’t realize this yourself but you didn’t.

A lie doesn’t become truth, wrong doesn’t become right and evil doesn’t become good, just because it’s accepted by a majority.-Rick Warren

Little people belittle people. Great people make people feel great.-Rick Warren