Imperium 14


Author : The Creativity Movement online magazine
Title : Imperium 14
Year : 2014

Link download : Imperium_14.zip

Alexis de Tocqueville, the French historian who visited America in 1831, said that the one problem he saw with our extraordinary new country was the ever increasing black population. He made the analogy that our English, who fled Royal rule, had left and fled something they had not only an allegiance to, but also a blood tie to. Blood relation creates loyalty. And yet, even with this deep sense of loyalty, the English rebelled when they felt they were being mistreated. So these black people we were bringing here in droves, who did not share our culture, did not share our blood, and felt no since of loyalty to us-how much greater and more violent might their rebellion against their white rulers be? Lets move forward a couple hundred years and couple the above problem with a new problem: The fact that white people have been encouraged to abandon their people. Encouraged to embrace the idea of there being "no such thing as whiteness." Encouraged to embrace diversity above their own racial family tree. White people are supposed to not only forget about their people, but rebuke them as if they were the root of all evil. We hear it constantly. Henry Ford created the assembly line automobile craze-the cause of so much of the greenhouse gases. There is truth to this complaint, but lets examine further: If blacks could create an automobile, goodness, wouldn't they have done it?! Were they so much more moral and noble than Mr. Ford? I think not. ...

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