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AFROCENTRIC 20th CENTURY VOTING CONTEXT

by Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II, MD., FACS on 9th-September-2016

Further evidence of USA Leaders’ hypocrisy is seen by correlating their written documents with their application. The USA pledge of Allegiance or the salute to the flag (1894) says: …"with liberty and justice for all"; the American Creed (1917)…"government of the people, by the people, for the people…." Though these are both magnificent statements, because it says that all people are "Equal" in God's eyes, still such has not been applied to any other USA citizens except Euro-Americans. Whereas one side of the Supernatural Coin is to grab all one can for the cult, the other side is to prevent any anti-cult competition. To illustrate, Supernatural Non-Reasoning finds things wrong with anything their scapegoats do. When Black People started uniting to peacefully protest Racism in the 1960’s and 1970s, the FBI sent agents to infiltrate the movements, loot, incite riots, and commit other acts of violence—using these as excuses to kill as many Black People as they could get away with. This program was called Cointelpro. Perhaps underlying both sides of the Coin, necessitating the implied and physically enforced restrictions, is the ever present European mindset of Fear. Fear characterizes Supernaturals, with emphasis on preventing "Colored Peoples" from "taking over" as well as shrewdly using it for self-interest gain. The fantasy Supernatural believers feel they know everything about what those unlike them should do, despite being willfully ignorant about the problems they have produced for victims. This is one reason they make such a great magnitude mess in dealing with anything related to Black People. To elaborate, the invariable theme from the beginning of Europeans invading the Americas and on to the present is that Whites are certain they know what is best for Black People—in subjects to teach Black children and how–to how Black People should vote and dress and behave–and to what level they should be employed to be of financial advantage to Whites, if employed at all. This, in spite of the lives of most Supernaturals being in a terrible and hate-filled but masked state. 

Their righteous conservatives get really worked up about abortion because their pastors tell them they will go Hell for voting for someone who is pro-choice—as if they are “little gods” entitled to judge others. They also say voting for liberals is evil and to do so puts ones soul in mortal danger. Racist news—ever disseminating non-truths–is really sought after to support their beliefs. It blames the Other—e.g. immigrants, the president, ethnic minorities, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, women. Yet, they never blame themselves for any of their lifestyle of machine-gunning wrongs. This is their excuse for saying they need to “take America back”—the one they devastated the Amerindians for—the one they have always controlled by the GUN. Around these Satanists’ ideas are built concepts of Patriotism specializing in "colored biased tunnel vision." Such patriots may believe in country and commitment while not embracing fellow countrymen. Rather, it is done to personally gain the country's benefits for “me, me, me” self-interest. Non-Rationalism is complicated by Calvinism–one of two major camps in modern Christian American theology and Predestination. Calvinist teachings, to many people, sound like a horrible concept, but it explains part of why poor people vote for the very Republicans who suppress them simply because they are poor. In a nutshell, many Supernatural preachers say everything, including humans’ eternal soul fate, was determined by God and there is nothing anyone can do to change that. So, if one is poor, it is part of “God’s plan” and it is not ones duty as an individual or the government to help. Of course, they, the rich, were chosen to be rich by God, and no one should punish them by making them pay more in taxes. In order to win votes, “I’m one of you” “SEEMs” right persuasions areused by political office candidates. Promises are not kept.

 Such politicians, by avoiding doing overt bad things obvious to others, are Closet Racists. Privately, they convince themselves in a typical projection manner that Black people are the racists and should be the ones who help their own struggling youth—and its not Whites’ problem. They offer no help for powerless poor people’s problems. In fact, they do evil things to victims and then say“what’s wrong with that?” They feel their power is better used for those who resent poor people. This process of being in greedy pursuits of more power enhances gaining a sense of pride from having power over needy people and winning most support of the voting public who think like them.jabaileymd.com

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