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The Renaissance was a period of enlightenment in Europe’s rise out of the stagnant dark ages. It occurred from the 14th through the 17th Centuries and was punctuated by (mostly white) European men of vision, insight and intellect in the fields of classical philosophy, science, literature and art. Great statesmen, thinkers, scientists and artists built upon the accomplishments of those that went before, with thoughts, ideas, discoveries, inventions and new techniques, each one building upon the last. Isaac Newton’s genius, or so he said, was enhanced by his being able to stand on the shoulders of the giants that preceded him.
Out of the Renaissance came the subject of humanism that prescribed certain natural rights to every individual. John Locke, English philosopher and physician, (1632 – 1704) was regarded as one of the most revered Enlightenment thinkers of the time on the subject of natural human rights and freedom. The all-White Founding Fathers were influenced and guided by many of Locke’s writings that gave birth to the Declaration of Independence and the U. S. Constitution.
During the Renaissance, global exploration exploded across the lands and the seas separating the seven continents. In the 15th Century mostly White men like Columbus, Magellan, De Gama, Drake, Raleigh, Cortes and Cabot sailed to the new worlds around the globe and opened up trading routes throughout the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans. In the process they discovered new, untapped wilderness, with protected seaports, rich in timber, minerals, water and fertile fields to grow crops and raise livestock.
The pathways these fearless sailors explored opened the door to mass migration from Europe to America, some fleeing religious persecution and stodgy, rigid kings, others pursuing the promise of true freedom and free land for the taking. These White men and women of the new America, that designed and delivered to the masses human freedom out of human bondage, were born from the fertile loins of the White European Renaissance.
The pillars of this new freedom came from the basic human concepts and truisms contained in the great Catholic, Protestant and Jewish religions. Contrary to the consummate apologist, former President Barack Obama, at no time were the tenets of Islam ever considered in the formation of the American free society.
For 10,000 years American Indian tribes roamed North America and did not bring one ounce of civilization to the land between the two great oceans. They lived off the land in a nomadic lifestyle, warring with neighboring tribes. The Blacks, Asians and Latinos did not bring civilization to America. The fact is, European White men and women brought civilization to America and divided the nation into 50 somewhat autonomous free states having a Republican form of government, a process to govern humans based on the inviolate principles of God-given freedom and unalienable rights.
But European civilization was well over a thousand years old before the beginning of migration to America. However, Native Indians and Black Americans were products of a tribal culture on the African and North American continents. The introduction to European civilization and American freedom were troubling to them and difficult to comprehend, in contrast to their previous aborigine lifestyle. They have been slow to adapt.
Nevertheless, this new freedom was the creation of mostly (if not entirely) White men of European descent. There were no Blacks, Latinos, Asians, or American Indians sitting in on the Constitutional Convention (1787 – 1789). All of the 74 delegates to the Convention were chosen by the thirteen state legislatures, state legislatures also wholly occupied by White men. Most, if not all, of the men fighting the Revolutionary War under General Washington that won your freedom by force and at great sacrifice, were white.
By the mid 1800’s a good portion of the Atlantic seaboard had been settled by White Europeans. To escape the overcrowding of the big cities, the people looked west into the untamed lands of the Great Plains, the magnificent Rocky Mountains, the Southwestern deserts and on to the shores of the Pacific Ocean.
White men designed, funded and built the railroads and telegraph lines (telegraph – invented by Samuel Morse, a White man) that provided freedom of movement and communication corridors to open up the new land. Much of the labor to build the railroads came from White settlers. Yes, some blacks and Asians were part of the railroad workforce.
The cotton gin was invented by Eli Whitney, and revolutionized the harvesting of cotton. Whitney was a White man.
The steel to build the railroads was smelted in the crucibles created, designed and funded by White men (Carnegie). White men gave us electricity (Tesla) to power our machines and the light bulb (Edison) to light our homes.
A White man (Col Edwin Drake) drilled the first successful oil well in Pennsylvania. John D. Rockefeller, a White man, exploded the refining of crude oil into gasoline for our cars and hundreds of other products that have given Americans a standard of living unequaled in even the civilized world.
None of this was possible without money. J. P. Morgan, a White man, not only developed the banking industry but was a power player in the railroad industry and ultimately the distribution of electricity to homes, businesses and factories. (General Electric – founded in 1889)
All of our Presidents, up until Obama, were White men. It was a testament to the individual freedom designed and created by White men that allowed Obama to be elected president. It was a majority of White men and women that voted Obama into office. Without the white vote, Obama would have lost miserably.
To sum it up, we are tired of hearing about White privilege. We’re tired of being called racists just because we are White. We’re tired of hearing about certain ethnic groups being victims of White dominance. We are incensed about government mandating affirmative action and considering reparations for black Americans. The civil war was over 150 years ago. The playfield is now even and ethnic races should quit making excuses about their inability to compete with other races, such that government has to step in and “make them equal” by force of law, or taxpayer extortion.
When will Blacks stop blaming contemporary White Americans for the sins of White ancestors? When will Blacks stop trying to erase American history because White European descendants dominated that history? When will Blacks quit whining about how bad they have it and adopt the characteristics and attributes that allowed White men and women to build the most powerful, productive and generous nation on earth.
Blacks and their acolytes are forcing the removal of historical statues and art with the goal of erasing all of American White history. Who gave them that right? The current year is 2019 not 1865.
The civil war is over. But that doesn’t seem to make any difference. Anything of White America that offends a Black person in any manner, including a mural of George Washington in a San Francisco high school, must be blotted out and erased from memory, aided and abetted by a pandering liberal government.
No, White men and women aren’t perfect. The freedom created by the Founding Fathers was not perfect, since perfect can never be defined. Yes, many of the things that White men did in the building of America were blatantly wrong. Slavery was and is wrong. Reconstruction was wrong. The Supreme Court decision of “equal but separate” was wrong. But justice over time has righted these wrongs.
The abusive treatment and the breaking of treaties with Native Americans were wrong. The “Trail of Tears” was wrong. The incarceration of Japanese Americans in internment camps during World War II was wrong. So too is allowing an illegal invasion of America by millions of non-English speaking foreign nationals. Providing welfare and health care to illegal aliens, paid for by legal Americans, is wrong as well.
But then the Black race, or any race for that matter, is far from perfect. The Black inner cities are a picture in fatherless violence, chaos, anarchy and government dependence. The Black Lives Matter group is a group that preaches anarchy, but even worse, is funded with millions of dollars from wealthy liberals. Why can’t the Black race get their act together and come out of the ancient shadows of government-manufactured victim-hood? When will they finally learn that they can compete, even in a White world? Many well-known Black people rose above White discrimination and became successful in their own right. Must we name names?
Discrimination is a fact of life on every continent, except maybe Antarctica. You want to see discrimination in action, visit Japan, Korea, Vietnam, or China. Looking out across the crowd you will be hard pressed to find a blond, blue-eyed Caucasian, much less an African-American. The heads are all adorned with black hair and they take great exception to the mixing of the races.
Keep in mind that you hardly ever hear a peep out of Asian Americans and yet they were also horribly mistreated and exploited during the building of the railroads and were eventually banned from entering America by the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. Even today Asians suffer significant discrimination but they remain quiet. In contrast to a large majority of the Black race, Asian families are strong and disciplined. Education is paramount. They listen, learn, compete and produce, mostly in silence.
All races in America, in a multi-cultural society, owe their very freedom to the insights, intellect and courage of the first White men and women that braved the high seas to settle in a new and wild land. By main strength and awkwardness, they carved out an existence in a hostile environment and tamed the wilderness. This does not mean that Whites are superior to any other race. They have just accomplished more because there were more of them.
Some ordinary White men, with vision and the wisdom of age and experience in a time of turmoil and confusion, gathered together on the distant shores of a new land and laid down a “blue print” for free men and women with common purpose and resolve to live out their lives and govern their individual and collective affairs by adhering to that “blue print.” The guidance of that “blue print”, through 240 years of significant change, allowed a free society to pioneer, grow and prosper into the strongest nation in all of recorded human history.
But now that “blue print” is in serious danger of dissolving. Evil men and women, in their relentless pursuit of power, many of them white, have set about to divide our multi-cultural population over race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation and the wealth gap. Instead of being Americans united in a common purpose, we fight with each other while the government exploits our differences for their own ends.
Hopefully, in the very near future, for the sake of freedom, we will learn that the domestic enemies of our freedom are those that allegedly “represent” (or is it rule) us. Our once free Constitutional Republic has now morphed into a mob-rule Democracy and “we the people” let it happen. It could be a bloody fight of significant magnitude to reclaim freedom again. Nevertheless, there is still time to “Save the USA“, but are there any Americans up to the task?
What we have presented here are indisputable facts, not opinion. Nor are they to be construed as politically motivated. The content is based on objective observations and historical perspectives of past and current events. How many of you have wanted to share these same thoughts, but we’re afraid to utter them for fear of reprisal? We’ve said them for you.
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