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Coexistence failures for 250 years

April 4, 2017

- by Cicero

The United States has documented almost 250 years of bending over backwards to make other races happy.

The American Declaration of Independence (1776)

The Declaration boldly declares that the United States is identified with a particular ethnic group of people. It declares, “Nor have We been wanting in attentions to America’s British brethren,” and, “They too have been deaf to the voice of justice and of consanguinity.” Both "brethren" and "consanguinity" refer to a literal blood relationship that identifies "The United States."

The US Constitution (1789)

The preamble to the Constitution explains that everything that follows is to form a more perfect Union, “and secure the Blessings of Liberty, to ourselves and our Posterity.” “Posterity” means the biological descendants of a people.

In the US Constitution, Article 1, Section 2, Clause 3 addresses representation in Congress regarding “Indians” that were exempt from paying taxes and “all other Persons” not part of "ourselves and our Posterity."

Article 1, Section 8, Clause 3 mentions commerce with “the Indian Tribes” as separated from "ourselves and our Posterity."

Summary

The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were written by the Founding Fathers. You can agree or disagree with the Fathers’ conclusion, but the fact remains that they tried to deal with the Indian race by dealing with them as domestic nations that are dependent on but separated from the race of "We the People" of the Father Land. The tribes would have sovereignty within their territories with certain duties toward the United States such as trading. Mast of the later Indian wars were because the Indian tribes did not keep their part of the bargain to engage in commerce of the natural resources on tribal lands such as gold, lumber, and buffalo. That was part of the deal in acting as a domestic nation dependent on the United States.

The “Civil War amendments” (1865 – 1870)

The “Civil War amendments” are the 13th, 14th, and 15th. The United States tried a new approach to other races.

Shocking to many, the 13th Amendment leaves open the possibility of slavery, but only “as a punishment for a crime,” rather than as a right of conquest as the West had always accepted.

The 14th Amendment, Section 2 guarantees representation for “the whole number of persons in each state," including ethnic groups that were not connected by family relationship to Europe.

The 15th Amendment guarantees rights to persons regardless of if their race or color indicates they have no blood connection to Europe.

Summary

So, 90 years after the Declaration of Independence, a new generation of Americans decided to write into the Constitution a second approach to race relations. The Indian method of dealing with the tribes as sovereign nations segregated from the rest of the United States as much as possible wasn’t making the Indians happy. The United States decided to guarantee all ethnic groups equal rights under the law in a culturally diverse America.

Maybe the West finally had found the key to racial harmony. Nope.

Civil rights acts of 1964 and 1968

One hundred years after the Civil War Amendments, race riots swept across America. These federal "civil rights" laws laid the ground work, for the first time in Western civilization, for preferential treatment for every non-European culture. Privately owned businesses were forced to hire multicultural workforces. “Diversity” was forced on Federal grants. Universities awarded special scholarships to non-European races. Neighborhoods had to become racially and culturally blended. On and on ad nauseam.

Finally, the West might have found the key to racial coexistence. Nope.

Western race relations today

Fifty years after the civil rights acts, nobody would say the Indian tribes, the African Americans, or the Arab Muslims are happy with European culture. Marxism is a planned racial culture war. Islam is a racist culture war. Listen to rap music and black lives matter protesters and you will understand that they are fighting a racist culture war against the West. This is happening in every Western nation and only in Western nations.

What to do?

Fight back

Data from the past 500 years shows a comedy of errors in trying to accommodate the ungrateful. Each Western nation has the responsibility and absolute right to secure its people, their posterity, and their common culture.

Each Western government must meet force with greater force and violence with greater violence.

Those who hate Western races or values or culture must be sent back to their countries of origin that they seem to love so much.

As the movie Gladiator puts it, “People should know when they’re conquered.”

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