By John Kaminski
November 25, 2019
To own a slave is to be a slave
Racial, religious and ethnic supremacists
are always blind to their own faults
. . . liberalism results in rescuing strangers who may one day rise up
and kill you. It keeps you consistent with your abstract moral precepts
but lowers your chances of survival by orders of magnitude . . .
in memory of an honest man
G. Patrick Flanagan
There are opportunists in this world who make us act against our own consciences, immoral people who know that most of us are basically moral, so they play upon our compassion and get us to act contrary to our own best interests.
These are people who urge us to remember our own better natures, yet have no better natures of their own, only a feverish desire within themselves to steal what others own and laugh in the faces of their victims who eventually realize what their misplaced trust has wrought.
So it was in the time of the U.S. Civil War when it was explained to everyone that the Union must be preserved at all costs, and that the evil slavery of the Confederacy was reason to go to war, and for brother to kill brother. What remains mostly unknown, even to this day, was that the force protesting slavery owned more slaves than the Southern plantation owners accused of the practice. The War Between the States was more about keeping the Confederacy a second class region hopelessly indebted to Northern bankers and industrialists than it was about freeing any slaves.
And this is still the way our government treats its own citizens, almost as if some foreign saboteur was running things. Especially as a rationalization for the Civil War, blacks have always been unwitting pawns of the Jews operating from behind the scenes. When you understand who owned the newspapers and wrote the history books, you will understand why you haven’t heard this all before.
Worse still, the Abolitionists who stirred the emotions of the North by stressing the basic unfairness of slavery were cousins of the very people who sold the slaves and maintained the lucrative industry of gathering inhabitants of African jungles and bringing them west for a hefty profit. So when blacks ask for reparations, they should direct their requests to the Jewish bankers who directed the whole operation — they owned the ships and hired the captains — and not from whites, who were victimized by the same scam in a different way (which was the absolute loss of their independence).
Remarkably similar operations have figured prominently in recent years with the Third World invasions of Europe and the United States, though because of their reliance on Jewish media, most people probably never realized that both fabricated “migrations” were conceived and executed by Jewish NGOs (such as the Lutheran church) aiming to further destabilize U.S. society.
They used alcohol to dupe the Africans of old and later used it to swindle and browbeat the Native American tribes into their permanent penal colonies. Bribery, blackmail and murder took care of the rest of the details. All races remain in the same untenable predicament today — screwed by the Jewish financial system, which is soon to be locked into permanence by Jewish AI. This is the quintessential tar baby.
Strength in diversity is a false postulate aimed at diluting and weakening host populations that the Jews want to conquer, subvert and ultimately exterminate.
This idea that people can’t escape the system they are stuck to is the perfect metaphor for the mistaken impression that Americans possess concerning their own Civil War. Originally, “tar baby” was a familiar character in African folklore. It referred to sticky material used to trap a person.
The best known use of the tar baby character was in the Uncle Remus stories by Joel Chandler Harris in the 1880s, in which the character Br’er Fox makes a doll out of tar to ensnare his nemesis Br’er Rabbit. The Oxford American Dictionary defines tar baby much like politician Mitt Romney used it: “a difficult problem that is only aggravated by attempts to solve it.” Merriam-Webster says “something from which it is nearly impossible to extricate oneself.”
Recipe for revolt