#DestroyAmerica

#BlackLivesMatter was supposedly a grassroots thing. Uh, no. A new hashtag … #CutTheCheck … has revealed it was actually fueled by PAID protesters who are mad because Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE) hasn’t ponied up with the promised payola.

Ferguson signs

Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE) used to be the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) in Missouri. ACORN, of course, failed under the withering gaze of Project Veritas’ truth cameras; but, like the slugs they are, they moved to a new slimey rock. They and a number of other groups like them are raking in millions in donations from George Soros and his ilk.

#BlackLivesMatter? Pshaw. More like #DestroyAmerica.

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15 responses to “#DestroyAmerica

  1. Ting

    Hmmm…. Very interesting indeed. That’s how Nancy Pelosi knew so much about “astroturf”. She thought the Tea Party had borrowed their playbook.

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  2. Protip: it’s probably not a grass-roots movement when a hundred people are holding up identical pre-printed signs.

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      That’s what I thought, too! That’s why I picked that photo. It seemed to me to say, “DUH! OF COURSE THIS WAS SPONSORED BY BIG BUCKS HATERS.” :O)

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  3. Sylvan

    Raise your hand if you are black and have experienced racism. Anyone here? Who wants justice and equality? Clap your hands if you want to uphold basic human rights and support minority groups! Who wants our police to be accountable for their actions? Let’s take a vote.

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      How about those of us who are white and have experienced racism, who support upholding basic human rights and support ALL humans, including the unborn, and who want ALL people held accountable for their actions in a lawful manner?

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      • Sylvan

        That sounds terrific, except that you lost me on how the unborn relate to this post, how white people experience racism, and how the protesters mentioned in your post aren’t being lawful. But the part about human rights for everyone sounds great.

        Tell me about the racism you’ve experienced, and how you want to see it addressed.

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        • chrissythehyphenated

          Blacks kill their own unborn at such a high rate that they are actually committing genocide on themselves.

          Racism is judging someone because of their race. Blacks who hate whites are racist. I grew up in a community where the majority of blacks were very angry and the whites were scared. I’m one of the latter.

          Protesters who break the law are not lawful. Looting, throwing bricks and burning buildings isn’t lawful.

          The biggest problem I see in the fact that race relations have gotten worse instead of better is black leaders who aggravate the problems, because they benefit from them. When a black leader, like Bill Cosby, talks sense about blacks addressing their real problems, they get demonized by the hater mongers like Al Sharpton.

          I have black friends and black relatives; they hate this more than I do and I hate it a lot. I honestly wish with all my heart that the first black president had been someone of character who would have encouraged blacks, rather than stir the pot of hatred as Obama has done.

          I guess what it boils down to is that I do not see a race problem but a heart problem.

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          • Sylvan

            It sounds like you’re saying we all need to open our hearts and learn to love and respect one another. If we could all just forget about slavery and institutionalized oppression of minority groups throughout history, then everything would be just fine… Am I hearing you correctly?

            What did Obama do to ‘stir the pot of hatred’?

            BTW, Bill Cosby isn’t the best example of moral high ground, and Catholics have the highest abortion rate.

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            • Everything Obama has done stirs hatred between the races and never once has he even suggested that we leave that in our past.

              “Catholics have the highest abortion rate.” In the alternative universe you live in, maybe, troll boy.

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              • Sylvan

                I am a real person, not a troll. I have real feelings and opinions and I live in a house, not under a bridge.

                I am confused about why this thread has been so focused on abortion, which is not related to the original post.

                Back on the topic of racism, it would be great to hear some examples of how Obama is “stirring hatred”. It isn’t very convincing to say ‘everything’.

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                • barnslayer

                  Disrespect towards our military. Arming our enemies. Funding islam while scolding Israel. Praising violent black thugs, looters, arsonists while sending his AG to pressure the LEOs. Fast N Furious…….
                  That should keep you busy for a while on Google.

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          • Sylvan

            If you were to imagine yourself torn from your family, having your children sold as slaves, and treated as less than human… then your children experienced the same thing… the government sanctions this behavior, then someone says “Hey, let’s put all that behind us and start with a clean slate. No hard feelings, let’s just act like it never happened”. How would you feel?

            Let’s say it happened to your grandmother or great grandmother. I think you might feel a little sensitive, or maybe completely outraged. And you would have every right to feel that way.

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            • Where does it stop, Sylvan? At what point do you acknowledge that the gov’t and YOUR COUNTRY have been fighting to end those wrongs, which, BTW, are still rampant in African countries. At what point do you acknowledge that some – or most – of your white neighbors’ great grandfathers were indentured or under the grip of extreme poverty in a strange land? Like yours?

              And BTW, look at your hands. Right now. Are they calloused and bruised and bloodied from hard work? Mine are. I have gashes in my hands that will take weeks to heal. Some of those were earned working for an old woman down the street whose time is taken up caring for her cancer-ridden son. Maybe she’s a lot like your grandmother. She is really poor. Poorer than you, I’d bet. But I don’t hear her bitching about the color of her skin. Have a little dignity. And gratitude. There’s a reason why St. Paul told us to keep a spirit of gratitude, even in poverty. It keeps us from being whiny bitches like you.

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              • Sylvan

                You are clearly a person of deep gratitude and empathy. Thank you for reminding us that slavery and oppression have plagued humanity for all of history, and asking the very important question of “where does it stop?”

                You also made a great point about the intrinsic connection between oppression and poverty – which feed on each other and lead to further problems of class disparity.

                And most of all, I appreciated the comedic irony of your last comment about me being a “whiny bitch”.

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                • I have enough empathy to not laugh at what you call “comedic irony.” And to shed tears for everyone who labors under poverty or oppression, especially those who don’t wallow in their pain. We all have to move on from something, friend. All of us. You want to play the “right to feel that way” game? You will be surprised at what you find. Most people are struggling from multi-generational hell. I’ll listen. Who do you know, right now, whose children have been taken from them and treated as less than human? The government doesn’t really count, because it treats all of us as less than human. And why is it deliciously ironic that I called you a whiny bitch? Other than the fact that I misspelled whiny at first? I know that Sylvan is a guy’s name and that you’re probably a dude. Why is that ironic?

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