The 13th Amendment and the abolishment of slavery, as well as the safety and equality that people enjoy in the United States of America, can be viewed in stark juxtaposition with the deliberate destabilization of Middle Eastern countries by the Obama Administration. This allowed the proliferation of the Muslim Brotherhood, and offshoots such as ISIS and Hezbollah, to foment war in the region. This was done for the purpose of creating a flood of refugees into the western nations in order to erode their sovereignty, dissolve their borders, and soften them up for the eventual submission unto the global tyranny as envisioned by the architects of the New World Order.
When one lifts the veil of the Fast and Furious Scandal, it is evident the weapons did not stop in Mexico, but served as merely a point of transfer to the Middle East, before the military grade weapons ended up in the hands of ISIS. Likewise, the Benghazi massacre occurred due to the lack of information given to the Americans staffing the embassy. The Secretary of State had a backdoor agreement to give the weapons cache stored at the embassy to the local Libyan insurgents. It should be noted that Alkida, Hezbollah, Hamas, and ISIS are all direct descendants of the Muslim Brotherhood which was founded by Hussan al-Banna, a close personal friend of Adolf Hitler, who served as the Waffen S.S. in the middle east during WWII. The resultant void of decency and morality has created a vacuum into which the vilest aspects of human degeneracy has flowed, resulting in unspeakable horrors and utter deprivation of human or civil rights. For example, refugees were paying an average of $2,000 to hop on a boat to Europe. When the poorer arrivals appeared from farther south in Africa, not having thousands to pay for a ride out of the war zone, these poor men and women were tied up like cattle, only to be whisked off to the slave auction blocks of Libya. Hindsight is 20/20 but had they known where they would end up, I expect they would have rather risked the bombs and gunfire in their homeland.
Today while Americans celebrate a great civil rights activist, Doctor Martin Luther King, the images coming out of Libya are painful to see. MSM skims over tough subjects such as world slavery if they ever mention it at all, so mostly the public is ill-informed. Indeed, Dr. King may not have had equal rights, but he certainly was not a slave. He was enabled to do his work after other great men struggled to break the chains of bondage and won for him his freedom. Dred Scott v. Sandford, 60 U.S. (19 How.) 393 (1857), was tried about a century before Dr. King waged his peaceful resistance to the prejudices he fought against in Selma, Alabama. Although Mr. Scott lost the court battle for his wife and personal freedom, the case was used six years later by President Abe Lincoln to abolish slavery.
Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey, better known as Frederick Douglass, lived as an American slave and wrote 3 books: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave, published in 1845 ; and two subsequent autobiographies, My Bondage and My Freedom and Life and Times of Frederick Douglass, both detailed accounts of his life as a slave. His work not only inspired Dr. King, but students will always have his works to use to steer us out of the depths of moral turpitude and morbid attempts to treat human life like a dispensable commodity.
What will we leave the children of tomorrow to read about our generation? The alleged legacy of Barry Soros better known as Barack Hussein Obama? This is not the glory story the voters of 2008 had concerning “Hope” that would result in a Change we can (Be)lieve In. However, President Trump, with not quite a full year in office, has done a remarkable job at house cleaning, even if he never trained with Maids Are Us. America voted in a President who has intentionally targeted the African Americans as people in need and has put them at the top of his list in his daily prayers and work. We the People can proudly say that the employment rate for African Americans, that’s right, FOR PAID WORK, is at the highest it has ever been in American history!
So, have a Happy MKL Day, America! There might be swamps still reeling in alligators and slippery things that creep in the night, but progress is being made and we’re not about to stop anytime soon. Keep smiling, the taste of freedom is sweet, and in time the swamp in Libya might be paid a visit by the cleaning crew and pond scum removers. It is all in a good day’s work, sigh. MAGA