America Is Not Racist But Free!

America is Not Racist But Free:

We talk about:

  • Juneeteeth
  • The Myth of Systematic Racism
  • Black Culture
  • Where to go from here

Her original video inspired me to start streaming actual video response to the Candace Owens situation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnX9FOGda9I

I love how she says that people like George Floyd and Rayshard Books are not “My Community”. There are differences I think between Black People and Hood People: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ujkeNGlQw0

The Rayshard Brooks Shooting Was Justified: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvmFwj96YsU
Did you know that there is no correlation between the race of the police officer and the race of the person being shot — unless you are white, then you have a 25% higher chance of being shot and killed. Making the police more diverse does not decrease the chance of killings. Black people, us, for some reason do more violent crime, the crime that causes the police to have to get involved. I talk about this too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCurcfDfPfc

Candace Owens gets traction because she is speaking Truth that many, many black people are thinking but are too afraid to speak out. They are afraid of speaking out because they don’t want to have their black card cancelled by social media. The Mob mentality that most Black Americas are in makes it harder for us to be critical and self-improving of ourselves. We saw the same thing with Trump, too many people were afraid to talk to the media and to the polls, giving Clinton a 95% chance of winning the day before the election. People came up to me all the time saying they were voting for Trump but were too afraid to talk. Elections are one thing, this Black Mob in the Black Community is more important and harmful because Culture affects people directly. If Black people from Africa can come to America and make it and show no disparity, starting from the bottom, why can’t African Americans who live here do as well as Africans if there is Systemic Racism? And why don’t we see these disparate Among Black Women? Why don’t we see them among Married African Americans?

Anyway, I found that people absorb these Ideas better when I stream them on Facebook/YouTube/Twitch. What Candace is saying is more than just 5% of Blacks, I say around 20% of blacks agree with her but are too afraid to speak out.

I’m writing a paper on the “God of Social Justice” that I think is animating a lot of the responses. Social Justice is not justice and is a Marxist value. Its going to tear up society and is already dividing the Church.

If you don’t want to watch all of those videos, watch this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDNgjKDtC7Y it sums up all of the other videos.

I’m really animated by this issue! I’m biased.

My Assertion is that America is not Racist But Free! People on Facebook/YouTube/Periscope and Twitch will try to make their argument against it.

Today we celebrate the end of Chattel Slavery in the United States. Some argue that there is a different type of Slavery affecting African Americans.

Going through lots of history here.

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDNgjKDtC7Y

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Misdirection

At some point, somebody, somewhere will say that we should have a mark that distinguishes people from each other that will affect how we worship.

Is the “Herd Mentality” caused by the COVID-19 Corona-virus Pandemic shifting peoples attitudes in a way to prepare the way for the Mark of the Beast?

My Pastor, Ira Barksdale presents his view of how the changes in our political and economic arena has affected the suppression of our people.

Why can’t people simply follow the directions the government is giving to how we worship?

How does Socialism/The Collective relate to Worship?

Is Freedom a Uniquely Christian Value?

Is it Ethical for Christians to meet during the time of a pandemic?

How should Christians value their life?

How Important is Prayer?

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Avoid Collectivism

A lady at the State of the Union watch party said that she was about to curse after seeing Nancy Pelosi With that look on her face. I then said to her that we must Love our enemies. She then told me that it was hard.

Now I’m not a fan of the Democrats. I don’t like their support for #Abortion, their denial of God, their wanting to grow government to take over people’s lives and choice. I have many things to say about them.

But what we must do is to not fall into the idea of collectivism. One of the main differences between the Left and the Right is that the Left sees group identity as more important than individual identity. They see the world as black, white, gay, female, Democrat and Republican.
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Antisemitism, Paleoconservatism and America as a Judeo-Christian Nation.

TPUSA Chapter Leader Lacey Sarah and the VP of the College Republicans at Binghampton University talks about Nick Fuentez, Antisemitism and what are Judeo-Christian Values. Spencer runs into Nick Fuentes on the street and the question of why the United States gives billions of dollars of financial grants to Israel is called Anti-Sementic by some. This is an investigation of that question. We also talk about the phrase “Judeo-Christian” and what does it actually mean and is it fair to call the United States a Judeo-Christian Nation or would it be more accurate to call it simply a Christian Nation and Society?

We Cover:

  • Nick Fuentez and his statements about the Holocost.
  • Is it moral to promote the idea that six million Jews didn’t die?
  • What is Paleoconservatism?
  • Should The United States be a Primary Christian Nation?
  • Should Israel be a Primary Jewish Nation?
  • What does it mean to a Jew the phrase “Christian Society”?
  • What is the difference between a Christian Society and a Judeo-Christian Society?
  • Differences between Christian and Jewish Denominations.
  • The Separation of Church and State and the Free Exercise of It.
  • Should there be school prayer?
  • Should government push the idea of a moral society?
  • Should Pork be banned?
  • What is Anti-Sementism?
  • Is Israel a good enough country that is doing well, should they get billions of dollars from the United States when they can support themselves?
  • Situation of the Conflict Between Muslims and Jews in Israel.
  • Will all of the schools close and water stop running and Israel will not be able to sustain itself if America doesn’t give it money?
  • Is saying that cutting off funding for Israel Anti-Senemtism?
  • Should Israel conquer and destroy all of the Nations around it?
  • Should America keep on giving money to Israel forever when we have problems here at home in America?
  • Are some allies more important than others?
  • Is not caring about any other nation, including Israel, Anti-Sementic?
  • Is Israel more important to the United States than the E.U?
  • What are the differences between Christian Values and Judeo Values?
  • Is Israel not able to be a Melting Pot?
  • Will Israel always be Jewish?
  • Israel and Palestine Conflict.

We have this discussion at TPUSA’s Student Action Summit. Apply if you’re a conservative student leader! You get to connect with many student activists in the culture war aganist the Left.
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Banning Christmas

The Christmas Holy Day should be banned. The gifts, the celebrations, the parties, the whole nine years, Santa included, should be thrown out and buried. At least that is what the Puritan Christians proposed and accomplished in America the Land of the Free.

For preventing disorders arising in several places within this jurisdiction, by reason of some still observing such festivals as were superstitiously kept in other countries, to the great dishonor of God and offence of others, it is therefore ordered by this Court and the authority thereof, that whosoever shall be found observing any such day as Christmas or the like, either by forbearing of labor, feasting, or any other way, upon such accounts as aforesaid, every such person so offending shall pay for every such offence five shillings, as a fine to the country. — Records of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in New England 1659

This was passed in 1659, before the founding of The United States of America, during a time where the majority of people were not only Christians, but a good portion of these were legalistically devout Christians. The Christmas Ban was enacted because of certain reasons given here:

  1. Preventing disorder.
  2. Christmas is a superstitious festival that brings dishonor to God.

These two ideas are linked, but lets explore them.

 Today there is a practice of singing songs about Christmas door to door. This we know as Caroling. In the past, in Europe and in America, people would go door to door singinging, but they would be drunk, and they would go into rich people’s neighborhoods and houses and demand that they be fed . I know I would not like it if a bunch of people came into my house demanding that I give them food. This practice around Christmas time was known as wassailing. Christmas was a festival that would be wrought with people acting crazy. This led to lots of disorder. The very act of drunkenness goes back much much further to pagan Roman times, the wassail was just carried forward into Christmas .

The Puritans were not the first group to ban Christmas. In 1583, the Scottish Presbyterians had already concluded that there was no biblical reason to celebrate Christmas . Identifying it as a baptized pagan holiday. Christmas, which means the Mass (Celebration) of Christ, was associated with the Roman Catholic Church, and because the Protestant Christians viewed Catholicism as the Antichrist, they called Christmas “Antichrist’s Mass” . It is true that there is no biblical command to celebrate Christmas. The day itself comes from pagan origins, many think that the Christians began celebrating it in Europe on that day because while the Romans had something to celebrate, the Christians would do their own celebration. During this time of the year, the pagans would dress up as animals and go door to door. When the Church came into power, this practice was banned under pain of excommunication . (it looks like this pagan practice switched over into Halloween)

Things like the Yule Log, Pagan. Mistletoe, Pagan. These things were taught to ward off demons. People had the belief that someone who was born on Christmas day had the power to see spirits and demons and was able to remove them .  The entire season was filled with things taken straight out of unchristian festivals and made Christian. The Christmas season lasted twelve days and during those days no type of work was to be performed, it was a Sabbath.  Maybe the idea was to give people something to look forward to during the winter time, it became a season of much celebration and ungodly disorder. The Twelfth day of Christmas was supposed to be the day the Wise Men came to Baby Jesus and brought Him the gifts. By the time the custom got to the seventeenth century, the Twelfth day of Christmas became the largest party ever, with an incredible amount of alcohol being used .  The entire time and customs lend reasoning to why the Puritans and the Presbyterians banned it.

Even though it was banned, Christmas did not die out. In 1679 four young men invaded the house of a farmer and began to sing Christmas songs. They then asked for alcohol, were pushed out then began terrorizing other people. People kept Christmas indoors and out of sight. In the year 1681 under pressure from England, the ban was lifted. Reforms were made to take out much of the debauchery that had plagged the holiday.

Today, Christmas might be banned under a different pretense. The holiday has lost much of its meaning as people focus on the exchanging of Gifts more than the Birth of Christ . Even though everyone in the 1600’s went to Church on Christmas morning, they seemed to like the other parts of the celebration more than reflection upon Jesus. Christians today seem to be following in the same path. Many Christians also see no problem with the idea of Santa Claus, injecting the very idea of earthly, temporary gifts as a substitute for the eternal, infinite gift of Eternal Life; even lying to their kids about it instead of telling their kids about the One who is Truth Himself, and basing it on works-righteousness (“Knows when you’re sleeping and awake”).

Many people like to get into debates about the day, no one knows the day of the Birth of Christ and I don’t think it matters. The fact that a pagan holiday was used to celebrate the Birth of Jesus is unfortunate. I am glad that Christianity did eventually win out, but history shows that many of the unchristian rituals were baptised into the Celebration (Mass) of Christ.

Maybe we need to thinking about banning Christmas, until we can reform it to be the day where people think not of their own selves, but on the One who is the reason for the season. If not, then history will repeat itself.

— Merry (Mighty) Christmas.  

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