19 July, 2020

The Civil Rights Movement Makes Two Big and False Assumptions About Blacks

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As long as the whole country is still Black-Jesusing the late Black idiot Rep. John Lewis, consider this about “civil rights”:

You know that old saying: “never assume, because when you do, you make an “ass” out of “u” and “me”? Get it? It’s funny, but it’s true. Never assume anything.

The wrongly-named, fake, weaponized “civil-rights movement” [1] automatically assumes two ridiculous things:

1. After slavery ended, Blacks were “supposed to” remain in America, to live alongside Whites, even though Blacks are not Western people.

2. Blacks are mentally and genetically “equal” to Whites, even though all evidence shows otherwise. For example, Blacks have IQs roughly 15 points lower than Whites, on average.

(Trivia: did you know that, at first, president Abe Lincoln wanted to send all the ex-slaves to Panama? But that plan failed, so he had to choose Plan B: The Emancipation Proclamation, which only freed slaves in the South, strangely enough).


[1] the term “civil rights” is not mentioned in the U.S. Constitution, so where do “civil rights” get their “legitimacy” from? The 14th Amendment? No, that’s a fraudulent Reconstruction law. Go here and word-search for “civil rights” but you won’t find that term. The term “civil rights” means “rights that all citizens enjoy” but why would you even need to mention that? Obviously, citizens enjoy certain rights over non-citizens (unless you live in California). The civil-rights movement had ONE goal: to get the federal government involved in all things related to race and ethnicity! And the plan worked. Today, there are 20 federal agencies that will land on you if you dare oppose negroes in any way.

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