Thursday, September 29, 2016

Multiculturalism: Is America Another South Africa in the Making?

By Rich Kozlovich

On September 38, 2016 Ilana Mercer posted this article, When America Becomes South Africa saying:
"Like never before, the 2016 election has been characterized by “a muscular mobilization of a race-based community, coercive control of territory and appeals by powerful charismatic leaders. What do I mean by “coercive control of territory”? Consider what would transpire if Donald Trump were to campaign “big-league” in Birmingham (Alabama), Charlotte (North Carolina), or South Los Angeles. Riots would erupt. (Incidentally, the thing where private property is invaded and looted is not called a protest.)".....The last, twice-repeated reference is out of Into The Cannibal’s Pot: Lessons For America From Post-Apartheid South-Africa. In 2011, the book used the tragic example of post-apartheid South Africa to forewarn Americans of the effects of a shift in their country’s founding political dispensation, a shift being achieved stateside through immigration central-planning....
This trend is ominous, and it behooves us to start thinking farther, deeper and wider. 

On August 18 or 2012 Alex Newman published an article entitled, Genocide looms for white farmers, saying:
South Africa's black president sings killing songs as thousands massacred - The eyes of the world were on South Africa two decades ago as the apartheid era came to an end and Western governments helped bring the communist-backed African National Congress to power. Last month, however, when Genocide Watch chief Gregory Stanton declare that white South African farmers were facing a genocidal onslaught and that communist forces were taking over the nation, virtually nobody noticed. Few outside of South Africa paid attention either when, earlier this year, the president of South Africa began publicly singing songs advocating the murder of whites.
He goes on to note:
The silence is so deafening that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton didn’t even publicly mention the problems when she was there last week. Instead, she was busy dancing, pledging billions of dollars and praising the ruling government…… Tens of thousands of whites have been murdered throughout South Africa, too, according to estimates……
Furthering this narrative he states:
Disemboweled, drowned in boiling water - Many more victims have been savagely tortured, raped, disemboweled, drowned in boiling water or worse. The horrifying evidence is available for the world to see on countless sites throughout the Internet: pictures of brutalized dead women and children – even babies.
This is the result of the "End Apartheid Now!" crusade pushed by leftists.  Where are they now?  Where is their outrage? 

Wasn't that the sign that Bill Cosby demanded the show’s producers put up on the set of The Cosby Show - End Apartheid Now! - insisting on the importance to black Americans, and that every black home would have one….or something of that nature..... and the media blasted anyone who disagreed!

Who knows, he might have been right, although as an exterminator I serviced a lot of apartments occupied by black folks in those days and I don’t remember seeing one. There may have been some, but the numbers would have been so small as to not make it a noticeable situation.
 
The problem with so many Americans is we only see our world through binoculars in reverse, and in irrational ways. We think because we live the way we do it's the way everyone should live, and everyone should have the same privileges we have, and the results will be ‘little Americas' all over the world.  Why....well it's seems obvious the reason is because we will all think alike and see the world in the same ways, and we'll act the same way. 

And this goes to both sides of the philosophical spectrum. Bush’s drive to bring democracy to the Muslim world worked so well the minute they had the right to vote they promptly voted in radical Islamist groups who promptly work to take away their right to vote. Voting and individual rights is antithetical to the Muslim faith. What does the word Islam mean?
In Arabic usage Islam implies “absolute submission, surrender and obedience that is obeying the injunctions of the ruler without objection.”
No matter what anyone says to the contrary - we need to observe reality - and what goes on in reality.
 
As for South Africa; they have the same problem that all of Africa has - corruption of leadership on a massive scale that is foundational to the African experience.

In days before the European colonization of Africa, they were ruled by tyrannical kings. That is their social foundation. They have merely returned to that which is the foundational social paradigm of their societies.
 
America is unique in the world today and for that matter in all of world history. We really believe we won’t be told what to do, what to eat, what to wear, what we are taught or what we will believe. Why? Because for the first time in human history we were a society created from the bottom up.

Demanding black Africa be just like black America was irrational, because South Africa, much like the rest of the world, is a very complex society, without any national standard as to language, religion or societal structural philosophy.
 
In 1948, “National Party leaders argued that South Africa did not comprise a single nation, but was made up of four distinct racial groups: white, black, coloured, and Indian. These groups were split further into thirteen nations or racial federations. White people encompassed the English and Afrikaans language groups; the black populace was divided into ten such groups.”
 
If there was ever a good reason to abandon this insanity called ‘’ South Africa is a perfect example.
 
The French Revolution was such a failure for the very reason the American Revolution as such a success. Minimal government with every man making his own decisions about life versus the French concept of central planning run by an elite, which promptly started murdering untold numbers that had done nothing to deserve having their heads cut off. There is a reason the current French government is the Fifth Republic and may be on the way to a Sixth. Central planning!
 
As for Africa….as bad as some things were under the colonial powers, it can be argued that it couldn’t have been as bad as it is now. No one in America…at least among normal people….likes the idea of anyone being declared officially inferior. It's antithetical to our very concept of existence. However, that is what goes on in much of the rest of the world all the time, especially in Africa. They do not view members of other tribes as equals. They view them as inferiors to be exploited.

As for the Muslim world - the public is finally becoming aware these leaders, and their governments, are nothing more than tribal societies with one tribe in charge, and many times made up of one of the sects of Islam who consider the other sects, who may be members of other tribes, as infidels, and can subsequently exploited.
 
Where is the media and Hollywood now?
Where are the protestors now?
Where is the Federal government now?
Where are the embargos now?
Most importantly…..Where was Bishop Desmond Tutu and his crowd?

Perhaps dancing with Hillary Clinton, who while in South Africa found time to dance but had no time to notice the atrocities against whites in South Africa.
 
Remembering this was a country that abolished slavery in 1833 I would like to ask: Did the white government of South Africa perform the atrocities that the black South African government is either perpetrating, promoting or allowing to happen now? If so….I don’t remember seeing that on the news of them main stream media at the time.  So I think we can assume it wasn’t normal or ongoing. 
 
We can argue unendingly the correctness of this, but the issue we are dealing with is this. Were the founding Fathers believers and did they subscribe to the idea that the only way this Republic could work was if America continued to be a nation of believers based on the Judaic/Christian principles that with extraordinary rights went an understood requirement for accepting extraordinary responsibilities.

Multiculturalism is antithetical to Americanism. We really need to start seeing the world as it is and the consequences of adopting insane leftist schemes and policies. Multiculturalism is based on the mistaken idea that all cultures are equal.  Only the PC crowd wants us to think all cultures are equal except the American culture, which they find inferior....at least that's what they say....... but what do they do in their lives?
 
I have some  questions.

If the American culture is so bad why are so many trying to get here - even illegally - and with the support of those who decry our culture - many of them remarkably successful in their fields!

If the American culture is so bad why is it Americans aren't flocking to get passports to live in every other country in the world, legally or otherwise? 

If American culture is so disgusting why aren't these wealthy leftist thinkers moving to Cuba or Venezuela? 

And finally.

Why is it so many prominent celebrities keep threatening to leave the country if a person they don't approve of is elected to the presidency, but after the fact still live here. 

Ever wonder what happened to all those celebrities who promised to leave the country if George W. Bush was elected president? 
  • Eddie Vedder - "I'm moving to a different country if little Damien II gets elected." 
  • Alec Baldwin - was never quoted directly, but reportedly made a statement to his wife Kim Basinger, who was later quoted in Focus magazine saying that Alec "might leave the country if Bush is elected president ... and then I'd probably have to go too." 
  • Barbara Streisand - "I don't think you'll see me around here for at least four years." 
  • Robert Altman - "If George Bush is elected president, I'm leaving for France." 
  • Pierre Salinger - "If Bush wins, I'm going to leave the country and spend the rest of my life in France." 
The outcome: 
  • Eddie Vedder was "extremely disappointed", but not enough to leave the US. He did go to Hawaii, however. 
  • Alec Baldwin claims that he never made the statement, but even if he did it wouldn't matter since Bush wasn't really elected, he was "selected by five judges up in Washington who voted along party lines". (He originally claimed his wife never spoke with Focus magazine, a claim which he later recanted.) 
  • Barbara Streisand, who was at a White House dinner when she made the statement, claims that when she said she would not be seen "around here" that she was only referring to not being seen around the White House. 
  • Robert Altman, despite being caught on film, later insisted that he was misquoted, saying "Here's what I really said. I said that if Bush gets elected, I'll move to Paris, Texas, because the state will be better off if he's out of it." 
As for Pierre Salinger - "he moved to France".  Although he passed away in 2004, I think we can still gracefully extend a thank you to Pierre.   

However, not a one of them made one bit of effort to move to Venezuela, Cuba, Russia, China or anywhere else socialists are in total control of the economy or the social fabric of the nations they rule.  And make no mistake about this.  There's no waiting list for these people or the leftist black leadership to move to South Africa either.

Imagine that!

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