This is America in 50 years, Islam will not tolerate another religion. Christianity will have to go underground to survive.

Theodore Roosevelt

DONALD'S CAMPAIGN SONG

This is where we are headed if we do not act now, women will give up 72 years of suffrage movement. Everyone will give up their civil rights.

The flag actually does not touch the ground, it touches a circular

concrete base of the flag pole but the grass was to high and covered it.


This is Our Beautiful Country

This is America today

If I can stand up for America, So can you!

"Believe you can and you’re halfway there."


Reclamation of America

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The above video refers to being down on the Plantation meaning today’s modern Plantation created by the Democrats as described below in an excerpt from Dinesh D’Souza’s book Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party.

The Republican party (the party of Lincoln) has always been for the blacks. They were the party that freed the slaves, the Democrats have always had a pro-slavery history and were behind the Ku Klux Klan. The bogus narrative that the Republicans opposed the Civil Rights Movement of the 50s and 60s put out by the Democrats simply was not true. In reality the Republicans voted in far higher percentages for the Civil Rights Act of 1964 than Democrats did.

The Democrats realized they needed a new and bigger scam. For two centuries they had oppressed and stole from blacks and other minorities. The scheme works like this. Progressive Democrats supply the basic needs of poor blacks, creating for them a new Plantation called the inner city. There they are provided with food, subsidized housing, medical care, and so on. In this regard, the new plantation functions pretty much like the old one, with a few modifications. Under slavery, this was rural paternalism; now it is urban paternalism. The slave master is replaced by the government; i.e. the Big House of slavery is now replaced by the White House.

In both cases, it’s a meager living. But there is an important difference. Under slavery, blacks had to work; today’s blacks don’t have to work to inhabit the progressive plantation. In fact, they must not work, because if they become self-reliant, then the progressives have no future use for them. Consequently, many young blacks have productivity, creativity, even human dignity sapped out of them. This is the core of today’s progressive racism.

Several years ago the black pastor and activist Eugene Rivers made the startling statement that today’s young black males in the inner city are “ill-equipped to secure gainful employment even as productive slaves. Rivers’s point was that at least slaves had skills like masonry, carpentry, and agricultural skills that made them useful; today’s inner-city black males don’t have any skills at all. They have truly become useless people. Actually the Democrats have made them that way. That’s because these inner-city blacks, though useless in the traditional sense, are useful to the Democratic Party – first, as votes, and second, as public exhibitions of the need for progressive redistribution programs. Under Democratic supervision, blacks in the inner city must remain poor, because their poverty is required to support and justify the progressive scheme. In this sense the ‘hood is an invention of the Democratic Party.

Now, Democrats are working overtime to create new Hispanic plantations called barrios. Long-term, they would like to have some Asian America ghettos also. Democrats have created a plantation model for blacks that they hope can be applied to other minority groups as well. In that case, black suffering would extend more broadly to minority suffering a real political success from the Democrats’ perspective.