“Democrats feed blacks their own guts and call it steak.”
The Baltimore PD, Baltimore County Sheriff’s Office, Maryland State Troopers, the Maryland National Guard, and various other law enforcement agencies from throughout the Middle Atlantic states are attempting to control the rioting, assaults, and arson ripping one of America’s oldest cities apart at the seams. Are the cops nothing more than the oppressors of the peace-loving residents of Charm City? Not really.
Just look upon the cops as unwilling workers pressed into service by the Donkey Party as the most recent crop has been brought in from the fields. Forget about being First Responders — cops, firefighters, and EMTs are actually the First Victims of what the likes of Lyndon Johnson and Teddy Kennedy have strove so hard for decades to shackle black Americans to. Specifically, the Democratic Plantation.
Oh, yeah… we’ve already heard more than a few in Baltimore bellyache how black youths have had to deal with decades of joblessness and hopelessness. Other than it being chronologically impossible for “youths” to be subjected to anything “for decades,” I’m somewhat taken aback by liberals steadfastly refusing to recognize the 800 lb. gorilla in the room.
Once nicknamed Charm City, Baltimore now if commonly referred to by the tags of either Murderland or Bodymore. Oh, and they haven’t had a Republican mayor for almost half a century. Couple that the well documented and very real track history of the Democratic Party perpetuating black reliance and dependency on the government, now you have a recipe for absolute disaster.
Bethlehem Steel was at one time the largest employer in Baltimore, but that was the late 1980s. This is now. Thanks to George H.W. Bush and every single U.S. President since, the American steel industry is but one of many casualties of NAFTA, GATT, and the rest of the globalist agenda. The current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue couldn’t be more hostile to drilling for oil if he tried. Between his opposition to the Keystone Pipeline, refusal to allow drilling on public land or offshore, to his blocking fracking at every turn, Barack Obama is costing the American people jobs.
Prominent blacks ranging from businessman and former presidential candidate Herman Cain, to retired Army Lt. Colonel and former US Congressman Allen West, to actress Stacey Dash, to former Democrat and current Republican Louisiana State Senator Elbert Guillory have all stated with pride that they refuse to stay on the “Democratic Plantation” of poverty and virtual slavery.
Consisting of a system in which one is born, raised, lives, and dies with the mindset that it is somehow normal to consistently vote time after time for a political party that arrogantly throws them scraps. Face it… Democrats feed blacks their own guts and call it steak.
And Baltimore is a perfect example of exactly what the Democratic Plantation is. Bring back the steel mills. Re-open the shipyards. Construct and open more oil refineries. Sadly, as long as Democrats are calling the shots, none of that’s going to happen.
In the meantime, the legacy of LBJ will continue to be the modus operandi for the Democrats. Doubt what I say? Take a gander as the following quotes (self-censored).
- “As long as you are black, and you’re gonna be black till the day you die, no one’s gonna call you by your g*ddamn name. So no matter what you are called, ni*ger, you just let it roll off your back like water, and you’ll make it. Just pretend you’re a g*ddamn piece of furniture.” Said to his chauffeur, Robert Parker, when Parker said he’d prefer to be referred to by his name rather than “boy,” “ni*ger” or “chief.” As quoted in Parker, Robert; Rashke, Richard L. (1989). Capitol Hill in Black and White. United States. p. v. ISBN 0515101893. Retrieved on 6 January 2015.
- “I’m going to have to bring up the ni*ger bill again.” Said to a southern U.S. Senator upon the occasion of the Republicans re-introducing the Civil Right Act of 1957, according to LBJ’s Special Counsel Harry McPherson. As quoted in McPherson, Harry. Interview with Michael L. Gillette. “Transcript, Harry McPherson Oral History Interview VI, 5/16/85, by Michael L. Gillette, LBJLibrary.” 16 May 1985.
- “Let’s face it. Our ass is in a crack. We’re gonna have to let this ni*ger bill pass.” Said to Senator John Stennis (D-MS) during debate on the Civil Rights Act of 1957. As quoted in Caro, Robert A. (2002). The Years of Lyndon Johnson: Master of the Senate, Volume 3. New York: Knopf. p. 954. ISBN 0394528360. Retrieved on 6 January 2015.
- “Sam, why don’t you all let this ni*ger bill pass?” Said to Senator Sam Rayburn (D-TX) regarding the Civil Rights Act of 1957. As quoted in Dallek, Robert (1991). Lone Star Rising: Lyndon Johnson and His Times, 1908-1960. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press. p. 519. ISBN 0195054350. Retrieved on 5 July 2014.
- “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.” Said to Senator Richard Russell, Jr. (D-GA) regarding the Civil Rights Act of 1957. As quoted in Goodwin, Doris Kearns (1977). Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream. New York: New American Library. p. 155. ISBN 0451140826. Retrieved on 5 July 2014.
- “Son, when I appoint a ni*ger to the court, I want everyone to know he’s a ni*ger.” Said to an aide in 1965 regarding the appointment of Thurgood Marshall as associate justice of the Supreme Court. As quoted in Dallek, Robert (1991). Lone Star Rising: Lyndon Johnson and His Times, 1908-1960. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press. p. 519. ISBN 0195054350. Retrieved on 5 July 2014.
- “I’ll have them ni*gers voting Democratic for two hundred years.” Said to two governors regarding the Civil Rights Act of 1964, according to then-Air Force One steward Robert MacMillan. As quoted in Kessler, Ronald (1996). Inside the White House. New York: Simon and Schuster. p. 33. ISBN 0671879197. Retrieved on 5 July 2014.