Skip to comments.Cliven Bundy and a nation of cowards
Posted on 04/26/2014 8:05:08 PM PDT by kindred
Prior to revealing once again what duplicitous, dishonest race baiting liars infest The New York Times and the spinelessness which continues to ulcerate the Republican Party and those phonies who claim to stand for its long forgotten guiding principles, it needs to be made clear just who and what Cliven Bundy is.
Who is Cliven Bundy, really?
Cliven Bundy is a man who hails from an earlier generation, not savvy in the ways of political two-stepping which, while he has been struggling to keep a family business viable, has been refined to an art form by those in Washington D.C. and the mainstream media.
Cliven Bundy is hardened to the environment of hot, windy and dry deserts, where finding a small patch of grazing grass could mean the difference between life an death for his livestock, his employees and the ranch which has survived the elements for generations. He is a man who knows his mind and his heart and he is a man who speaks from them.
Cliven Bundy has fallen prey to the arrogant and manipulative progressive agenda driven press. And right on cue, as predictable as lies in an Obama hate speech, yellow bellied conservative politicians and pundits offer up their tiny little dust bunny brains to be vacuumed from the debate. But moron our side in a moment.
The white mans speech code
What Cliven Bundy has failed to learn, is that white people in this new generation, have been funneled into very tiny area of free speech. He wasnt informed that there are certain words which cant be used, under the certainty of banishment from society, when discussing topics of race.
For example, the word cotton is just fine as long as you are referencing the undergarments of a same sex couple. The word porch, is also fine if you are talking about not being able to build one in violation of Agenda 21. But the use of these two words as well as several others, is prohibited in any sentence or phrase subjecting in race. Cliven Bundy missed that memo. He may have been occupied with something called, work.
The poltroons gallery
Getting back now to that despicable rag, once the go to place for all the news fit to print which has now become all the leftist propaganda that fits in print. One could forgive Cliven Bundy for falling prey to those scoundrels, as once again they edit and manipulate the words of a political enemy to fit their repulsive agenda. But those on our side, the likes of Hannity, Greta and that self serving Beck, as well as Rand Paul, all of whom know the filthy rules of this game, they instantly jump aboard the attack train, shivering in the knowledge and outrage that a white person actually used the words, cotton and porch.
Keeping in mind, these nervous poltroons, the same brilliant sophisticates who for over six years now have failed to recognize Obama for the Constitutionally ineligible race baiting Communist he is, have profoundly and assertively pronounced that a hard working private citizen is a racist dog.
Please review these two embeds. The first is the unedited version of what Cliven Bundy said. While his expertise clearly does not dwell in grammatical prose and for sure does not employ political two-stepping, there is not one word of what he says that can be intellectually disputed.
The second is the edited version which, for those not understanding the parameters of the business of journalism and the need to conserve time and print, left out comments which clearly show Cliven Bundys concern for the minorities and the harm which has come to them.
(Editors Note: Maybe The New York Times didnt want you to catch those remarks. But Ambassador Alan Keyes caught them.)
Of all those supposedly on our side, the right side, Glenn Beck is by far the most repulsive with his parading around the set of the Network you are building gloating and bubbling with excitement over the demise of Rancher Bundy. You need to understand here, that Mr. Beck believes his audience is made up of a bunch of idiots with attention deficit disorder. What many may not know is that Glenn had put himself in a very tight pickle last week.
His viewers and his website visitors were outraged and they let him know it. If you missed it, Glenn in his typical, Im so smart and youre so stupid pomposity, declared that those great Americans who went to the aid of a private citizen being bankrupted by the Federal Government, were no better than the Occupy Wall Street vermin. You remember them. The drug addicted, slothful, intentionally unemployed New Americans who despise hard work and material goods. Those who whiled away their occupy hours raping fellow occupiers and crapping in flower gardens, curbs and on parked cars.
Granting his listeners with all the recollection ability of 4th stage Alzheimer victims, Glenn could hardly contain his glee as he refocused from denigrating patriots to joining The New York Times in pulverizing a private citizen. Great job Mr. Beck.
For Glenns sake and the many others whos yellow de-racing stripes seem to have obscured their ability to comprehend what Cliven said. Here it is in plain language.
The Federal Government, which is dominated by lifetime operatives of the Democratic Party, have created a class of people who dont need to work. Those people, at the detriment of each of their lives and the future of their children are used by the Democrats as pawns. The party that fought civil rights, that held a former KKK Senator in the highest of regard, is keeping the black population in a kind of slavery for the purpose of maintaining a voting block which keeps the progressives in power and in control.
in his own way, Mr. Bundy charged the Federal Government and its proxy, the Democratic Party of creating and perpetuating a form of slavery and prideless existence that may well be less gratifying than the time when they worked hard and held core family values, even as they endured the plight of slavery. Cliven Bundy did not blame Black Americans for this. He placed the blame right where it belongs. The progressives cannot have that. Can they?
If you will recall, Eric Holder, very early on in his tenure of destroying our Constitution, made a statement which infuriated me as well as others. He said
America is a nation of cowards when it comes to talking about race.
My gosh Mr. Holder, why do you suppose that is?
I watch FOX news, but after they ie, Bill O’Reilly used this piece from the NYT (Really Bill, you’re using the NY Times?) I’m about to give up on FOX as well.
Well written. And it certainly needs to be said. I find it discouraging how easily the racist manipulators in the lamestream press can destroy conservative reputations, even among Freepers.
One wrong word, and whoever they attack is finished.
Nonsense. What he said was perfectly true. LBJ and his Democrat Plantation, which broke up black families and perverted or destroyed their culture, is in many ways worse than slavery.
That is not to say that slavery is supportable or excusable. It merely points out how EVIL the Democrat manipulation of black culture has been.
It’s not accidental that the Democrats were, in fact, the chief supporters of slavery and Jim Crow laws—until they saw a way to enslave blacks and put them back on the plantation through political manipulation and misuse of taxpayer money.
And conservatives are dropping Cliven Bundy like a hot potato because he didn’t say this carefully enough, using the right language? Language which the Orwellian left is constantly changing, so as to trap the opposition?
What a load of horse manure.
Amen to that.
Why wouldn’t Ted Baxter use the NY Slimes?
Didn’t Cliven Bundy volunteer his statement, unsolicited? If he did, then he made a grave mistake - one that even he could have easily avoided.
If he was led into making the statement, and I don’t believe he was, then that puts it in a different light, and I’m much more forgiving of his error.
No doubt, the liberals would have certainly tried to lure him into such a trap - and it may have happened anyway - but with all the examples out there of how they bring down an opponent, and where they most like to attack, shouldn’t he have known better than to hand it all to them voluntarily?
If I have it wrong, about him not being led into the trap, then I’m happy to be corrected on that aspect of the matter.
Nobody,it seems, will say what is on their mind.
But I will.
Judge Pierro tells it like it is about Hairy Reid:
Great article. Cliven Bundy continues to draw out the enimies of freedom.
Was he right in what he said? I think so.
Was he right in saying it? Not strategically speaking. There was no upside to his comments, even if he had been heard absolutely correctly by sympathetic listeners - none.
In terms of winning his point and loosening the federal stranglehold on private citizens - it was a foolish thing to say; obviously incendiary with no chance of helping his case.
A caveat, if he was led into making the statement, I am more sympathetic.
The “Bad” words are changed so often by Mr. Microphone,who could keep track ?
They are out to destroy You at all costs so understand that and focus.
As wise as Serpents and gentle as Doves.
I thought it was “ harmless as doves.” (not that it makes any vast difference)
We’ll have see how Vanity and the rest two step on Monday. I predict that Beck will look straight into the camera and say “isn’t it shameful how these Conservatives were duped? I’ve stood with Mr Bundy all along.”
Oh, and to the author; Well done!
But the use of these two words as well as several others, is prohibited in any sentence or phrase subjecting in race. Cliven Bundy missed that memo.
I put that memo in the shredder and burned the chads.
Speak the truth. Repeat the truth when challenged. Never back down, never apologize. The Truth will make you free.