Friday, March 14, 2008

U.S. Run By Rich White Penises

Jeremiah Was A Bulldog

U.S. Red States - Relics From The Days of Slavery

The Red State Christian Right only votes for candidates whose faith in the central tenants of Christianity is paired to a literal interpretation of the Bible. However, in order to garner support from the Christian Right candidates must also oppose abortion, drug use, the equality of women, sexual freedom, and Science.

Due to this list of conditions few Blue State Democratic Party candidates could ever expect support from members of the Red State Christian Right.

Ignorance - Origins of the Red State Christian Right

Blue States with large multi-racial urban populations have developed economies which are dependent upon large numbers of well educated workers - workers proficient in the use of high technology, and who possess communication skills. This type of urban workforce is valuable for those businesses which are based upon international commerce.

Ignorance, irrationality and superstition, all hallmarks of the Red State Christian Right, are the stock and trade of the international anti-modernist movement. This movement is evident in less economically developed regions and nations such as the United States (rural), Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, and Saudi Arabia.

Anti-Modernism justified by "Old Time Religion" is the reaction to the demands of an increasing technological world by hundreds of millions of people who are ill prepared to survive and succeed in such a world - usually those who are poor, and less educated.

Instead these Conservatives yearn for the simplicity of a previous era, an era in which decisions about who would succeed versus who would fail were based essentially by the color of one's skin, and the type of genitalia one possesses.

Reduced to its most essential ingredient Red State Christian Conservatism based its entire pecking order of who is most good upon the amount of melanin in and the shape of a few ounces of flesh between a person's legs.

Northern Pakistan & Southern U.S. - Brothers At Heart

In Pakistan large cities in the south are dependent upon a higher level of education, commerce, and International trade. Acceptance of western science, progress, and western economic practices has been crucial in developing Pakistan's economy. Millions of Pakistanis use cell phones, watch color television, own ipods, drive automobiles, live in homes with modern facilities, and can expect an increased standard of living because they have embraced western modernism.

The northern interior of Pakistan, however, is significantly underdeveloped, rural, less educated, poor, with high levels of religious fundamentalism being present - just as in the rural southern U.S.

Similarly, the so called Red States of the southern United States are what they are today due to their commitment to slavery, and apartheid. Slavery is a rejection of worker and consumer rights, and it anti competitive.

While the northern states in the U.S. embraced rapid industrialization to generate wealth the Rich White Men of the South desired to Conserve the practice of owning human beings so that they could force those human beings to work for nothing. Owning human beings was their means of generating economic growth, but in the end it led to a stagnant economy, and a culture doomed to fail.

Opposition to modernity was an important part of the Southern Way of Life. Even in the midst of the U.S. Civil War while the Northern States were installing thousands of miles of telegraph lines the South didn't see the point in networking their society. Southern Red State White Men believed that networking was a threat to their isolation - an isolation which favored their abusive means of controlling their population.

After the devastating loss of the American Civil War whites in the South continued to oppose progress, believing that by keeping a large sector of their population uneducated, underemployed, and impoverished would somehow Conserve their "Utopian" society.

Universal education, fair housing and fair employment practices may seem like good ideas to most of those living in the U.S. today, but for Conservative White Christians in the Red States such ideas met with absolute opposition.

Red State Christian White Men believed themselves to be the natural rulers of society, and white women would never be equal, but most important of all was skin color. The darker the skin, the less human. This Red State Conservative Christian Value was central above all others.

NAZI Germany Ends White Penis Supremacy In United States!

It was precisely because of this White Penis Supremacy that the economy of the Southern Red States were more than a century behind those of the Northern Blue States one hundred years after the end of American Civil War. This economic disparity might have remained up until this very day if not for the Great Depression and World War Two.

The incredible turnaround for the Red States took place during the industrialization of the South during World War II.

NAZI Germany brought an end to legal apartheid in the United States! Years of pressure to reform only brought about Jim Crow Laws. It was only World War II which forced the South, kicking and screaming, into the Twentieth Century.

Now two generations from those days of legal apartheid we still see a nation run by wealthy white men. If you have any doubts please look at the color and gender of the members of the boards of directors of most Fortune 500 companies, and also look at the race and gender of the U.S. Senate.

As a white man it is possible for me to blog about this uncomfortable reality in American society, but for some reason it is considered controversial for Barack Obama's former pastor to say this - even from the pulpit.

While I disagree with many of the statements made by Pastor Jeremiah Wright I can understand why many black people in the U.S. would agree with him.

My take on Jeremiah Wright's Rant

Is the U.S. run by rich white men? - Yes. That's slowly changing, but overall it's still true.
Do cab drivers refuse to pick up black men? Yes. They're afraid to be robbed.
Did the U.S. support apartheid in South Africa? - Yes. During the Cold War out of "necessity".
Have police officers planted evidence to frame blacks (and whites)? Yes. They do, but rarely.
U.S. Govt. created HIV to wipe out black people? - No. - Use Condoms and stop blaming others.
White people using drugs to oppress black people? - No. Blacks are doing this to themselves.
War on Drugs failing to help blacks? - Yes. It has been a dismal failure. Hurting more than it helps.
Do police profile people based on race? - Yes. More cops would result in less need to profile.
Did the Bush Administration lie about WMD in Iraq? - Yes. The dirty bastards!
The Bush Administration lied about an Iraq-Al Queda link? - Yes. Our soldiers die for their lies.
Would U.S. Operatives plant WMD in Iraq? - Yes. If ordered to do so.
Has the Clinton Campaign slyly played the race card? - Yes. Shame on You Hillary Clinton!
Do some whites use the N-word to slur blacks? - Yes. Mostly when they're afraid or angry.
Does the U.S. support the Israeli Occupation of Gaza and West Bank? - Yes. Reluctantly.
Was Jesus Black? - Yes. Palestinians at that time were much darker than today.
Were Romans White? - No. They were brown skinned people too, but "classified" Caucasians.
Did Truman Bat an Eye About Hiroshima? - Yes. It was total war, and saved a million lives.
Did the U.S. deserve 9-11? - No. Two wrongs are never right. The pastor should know that!
Is Jeremiah Wright a racist? - Yes. He appears to be heavily infected with racism.
Is Barack Obama under Wright's spell? - No. Democrats go to church because it looks good.

In a nutshell Pastor Jeremiah Wright is a racist. He is no better in his racism than would be a member of the Ku Klux Klan. His various attempts to blame the white ruled U.S. government for all of the maladies which affect blacks is irresponsible, paranoid, and based upon hate. Instead of blaming whites for drug use, and HIV in the black community it is time to face the reality that what is to blame is the transition from a religion based family structure to chaos.

The demise of the black family was fueled by welfare checks, and segregation, and it was also counter intuitively helped by the flight of over half the black community into the suburbs with whites. Those blacks who could left urban centers, leaving poorer blacks behind. Intergenerational poverty is to blame, more than any other factor. Addressing poverty is the solution, not racist name calling, and paranoid conspiracies.

Jeremiah Wright is an embarrassment to the Obama campaign, but fortunately most Americans don't agree with everything their pastors say. On the other hand Mr. Wright's rant, and the reaction of those attending his sermon does illustrate just how far the U.S. has to go in terms of eliminating the racial divide - a divide created in ignorance and hate, and sustained by short sighted greed - a divide that hurts whites, and blacks - a divide that must end.


blevins said...

great post jp

Dave said...

Great post. I disagree with some (but not much) of your analysis but there have been very few bloggers, even at the national level, that have dissected this issue with such clarity.

ANNA-LYS said...

I guess it is a great post, 'cause I can see how much work there lay behind it, but I am not an American so I can't understand the Hillaryious thoughts and actions in the political scenery.


rickmonday said...

Good post JP.

The question I have about Wright and Obama is this: Has Wright's extreme views influenced Obama? Maybe I have been listening to too much Rush and Sean today but the fact is that Obama has kept coming back to this wacko's church for 20 years. He even married the Obama's and baptized their children. One could infer that Obama supports this guy's views. Plus you add in Michele Obama stating that only now she is proud to be an American and it makes you think twice about where Obama is coming from. I am still giving him the benefit of the doubt but this disturbs me. I am looking forward to his speech tomorrow.

JeromeProphet said...

Millions of people who wouldn't have voted will vote against Obama simply because that jackass pastor wanted to look smart.

It's one of the reasons I don't like organized religion.

rickmonday said...

Ok, here is my take on Obama's speech. I thought his message was a great one. I dont think he was as harsh on the nefarious Rev. Wright as he should have been but again he went back to his personal message of inclusiveness.

I know that Obama isnt perfect but after 15 months on the campaign trail if this is the worst thing, along with the Rezko issue, that they have on him, he aint all that bad.

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