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A Simplistic View of American History

Posted by Bob on August 13th, 2011 under Coaching Session

The general outline of American history goes thusly:

Northern Europeans took it from the Indians under the English flag.

Americans took it from the British.

New England then took it from the Americans.

Then the Jews took it from the New Englanders.

Now the minorities the Jews used to take it from New England hate Jews, openly and with a passion.

What we call conservatives want the country back in New England hands. Those we call liberals want it back in Jewish hands.

Here is the Whitakerism: You can get more out of analyzing the few sentences above than by reading a hundred tomes.

But reading tomes isn’t WORK. You can just sit there with your mouth open and go through words. Every second of taking a few short sentences like this apart and fitting or contrasting them with reality is WORK.

WORK for which Mommy Professor has crippled us.

History talks about the Virginia Dynasty. For its first 36 years of our existence a man from Virginia was president. John Adams, the only exception, was appointed by Washington and he was the first single termer.

That is a whole generation of Virginia presidents. But Mommy Professor never points out that Virginia had one fifth of the United States, a bigger proportion than California and New York combined.

Political Correctness goes back to the Revolution and indicates it was fought entirely in Massachusetts.

  1. #1 by BGLass on 08/13/2011 - 9:19 am

    West Virginia would not be nearly as vilified if it hadn’t been virginia for all its history and half the war, imo. And the bad images in movies makes people not care about west virginias (they are toothless inbred evil) and this helps people not look too closely at things s/a “Clean Air” that can wipe out the coal industry, (and therefore a continued wipeout of the cash crop of virginians) devalue land, so it can be bought up cheap, just as The Smoking Act wiped out 450,000 tobacco growers, for the “New South.” (NC had double the farms as anywhere else, but KY/TN/VA were the others). All accomplished legally by those who say they believe deeply in the “Free Market,” and using Law (we are the “Rule of Law”) to help this “Free Market,” along (tactics of land devaluation). The people who cash in are just “smart,” and “lucky” and not “stupid” like the vanished farmers (who, like West Virginians or pple from TN, where the KKK began, are the worst kind of racist evil!)

    But now they say, West Virginia “was northern” in school books and wiki articles. In reality, the five-mile across very long sliver of the northern panhandle (the part of the current state that juts above the m-dixon line, which is the north border of that state now, which was Virginia then and had always been Virginia) held the meeting that made it separate from Virginia in the days before telephones. It’s a sliver of land out of character with the rest of the state, true worlds apart from the south counties, the ones under years of martial law in the 30s with the coal strikes, like the mingo/logan counties, during the time the capital burned when ammo caught fire from the confiscated guns. Places that only Clean Energy acts will correct, apparently, (for the nice empty strip malls that lie throughout the conquered areas now)

    Virginia is said to be better than West Virginia now only b/c it’s the part with DC., but neither has anything to do with the country’s history, of course.

    Where there are Defamation campaigns, the “economy” will need help too.

    It’s very important to just make the people look stupid. It demoralizes them, yes, but it also makes others not care what happens to them, or to look too closely at what is being done to them, out of fear they will be the next target. (or due to arrogance, since they have “cashed in” somehow and want to hang onto their morality, as if they got what they did by ‘being good people’ or ‘doing it right.’

  2. #2 by BGLass on 08/13/2011 - 9:57 am

    ‘americans’ are the people who know these things.

  3. #3 by stradivari on 08/13/2011 - 11:13 pm


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