Black Power: A Done Deal

I didn’t write this piece, it was sent to me by a close friend for my perusal and I am guessing because he knew I would use it. We have often heard the expression *The Truth Hurts* and I am convinced that this piece will leave a great many in excruciating pain.

Black Power: A Done Deal

By Fred Reed - October 30, 2014

Black Power FistIt is curious that blacks, the least educated thirteen percent of the population, the least productive, most criminal, and most dependent on governmental charity, should dominate national politics. Yet they do.

Virtually everything revolves around what blacks want, demand, do, or can’t do. Their power seems without limit.

Courses of instruction in the schools, academic rigor, codes of dress, rules regarding unceasing obscenity, all must be set to suit them, as must be examinations for promotion in fire departments, the military, and police forces. Blacks must be admitted to universities for which they are not remotely qualified, where departments of Black Studies must be established to please them. Corporate work forces, federal departments, and elite high-schools must be judged not on whether they perform their functions but on whether they have the right number of blacks.

Do laws requiring identification to vote threaten to end multiple or illegal voting? The laws must go. Do blacks not like Confederate flags? Adieu, flags. Does Huckleberry Finn go down the Mississippi with the Nigger Jim, or did Conrad write The Nigger of the Narcissus? These must be banned or expurgated to please blacks who haven’t read them or, usually, heard of them. Do we want to prevent people coming from regions infested with Ebola from entering the United States? We cannot. It would offend blacks.

We must never, ever say or do anything that might upset them - as virtually everything does. It is positively astonishing. One expects the rich and smart to have disproportionate power. But America is dominated from the slums.

One might think that a single set of laws should and would apply to all citizens, and that things should be done without regard to race, creed, color, sex, or national origin, and that all should have the same rights and responsibilities. It is, sadly, not so.

The dominance of the media by blacks is impressive. If a white shoots a black to defend himself, it becomes national news for weeks, or months, and riots follow. But when blacks engage in their unending racial attacks on whites, the media demurely look the other way. The attackers are never black. They are “teens.” Reporters who say otherwise are likely to be fired. In effect, the thirteen percent censor the national press.

Much of their mastery has become so deeply engrained as no longer to be noticed. There is the DC Hesitation In the bars and restaurants of Washington, a man weary of an incompetent affirmative-action hire in his office will, before commenting to a friend, lean forward, lower his voice, and look furtively over both shoulders to see whether anyone might overhear: The DC Hesitation.People don’t even know that they are doing this.

Defensive behavior by whites has become nearly universal. A sort of Masonic recognition-ritual occurs among white people recently introduced in social gatherings. Is the other person, for want of better terms, a liberal or a realist? Dare one speak? One of them will say something mildly skeptical about, say, Jesse Jackson. The other rolls his eyes in shared disgust. The secret handshake. Or, if the listener is politically correct, the bait is not taken. In either case, blacks dominate political conversation.

So extreme is the power to control speech and even thought, that politicians have to avoid mentioning watermelons, or that neighborhoods of high crime must delicately be called “sketchy” instead of “black,” though all understand who lives there and what is meant. The avoidance of racial reference is not an even-handed if despotic attempt to oppose racism since, as we all know, blacks freely apply any derogatory wording they choose to whites. In short, they rule. Which is amazing.

The dominance extends to children. When in junior high one of my daughters brought home a science handout with common chemical terms badly misspelled in a way which suggested a particular speech pattern. “Is your teacher black?” I said without thinking. “Daaaaaaady!” she said in anguish, having made the connection but knowing that she shouldn’t have. Blacks control what you can say to your own children in your own home. And of course if I had gone to the school and demanded that the teacher be fired, it would have been evidence of my depravity and probable KKK membership.

The word “unbelievable” has lost all force. Things that ought to be unbelievable, and once were, have become routine. Still, there it was: Don’t expect a junior-high teacher to have the level of literacy I had in the fourth grade. Instead, make it dangerous to notice their stupidity.

This is not new, and it hasn’t changed. In 1981, in a piece for Harper’s, I wrote:

“The bald, statistically verifiable truth is that the teachers’ colleges, probably on ideological grounds, have produced an incredible proportion of incompetent black teachers. Evidence of this appears periodically, as, for example, in the results of a competency test given to applicants for teaching positions in Pinellas County, Florida, cited in Time, June 16, 1980. To pass this grueling examination, an applicant had to be able to read at the tenth-grade level and do arithmetic at the eighth-grade level. Though they all held B.A.’s, 25 percent of the whites and 79 percent of the blacks failed. Similar statistics exist for other places.”

Nothing has changed. Blacks now control the presidency and thus, most importantly, the Attorney Generalship. In this the staggering political power of blacks is most evident. Obama was elected because he was black: an equally unqualified and negligible white politician would have had no chance. He is now fiercely pushing the most profound transformation of America ever attempted, by opening the floodgates to immigration from the south. To effect this end he apparently will simply ignore Congress and the Constitution. The people will not be consulted. Laws will be ignored.

It is hard to imagine why he does it except from racism, from a desire to get even with whites by enrolling their country in the Third World. A short-sighted policy, yes, since Hispanics do not like blacks and will soon be more powerful-but that will come a bit later.

Note that self-inflicted problems of blacks consume inordinate amounts of public and governmental attention, even though only blacks can solve them. I might say, “should solve them,” since they never have and we all know they seem to have no desire to do so. Yet we hear about them endlessly.

Are blacks in Chicago killing each other in large numbers? The solution might be to stop doing it, might it not? While I do not wish these young dead, I can do nothing to stop them, and it is not a problem I can solve.

Are black children growing up illiterate? This gives me no pleasure, and I have various reasons both selfish and moral to wish it were not so. But perhaps the solution is for their parents, or parent, to see that they do their homework, or even to teach them. I cannot do this for them, and again I can’t resolve it.

Why do I have to hear, endlessly, about the “achievement gap?” Whether of genetic or cultural origin, it seems as immutable as Avogadro’s number, and I can do nothing about it. I raise my children. They need to raise theirs. They rule. It is astonishing.

I wish I HAD written this piece, it is 100% accurate and I can’t fault so much as one word of it.

If it has offended you, I DO NOT in any way apologize. It’s time for Americans, WHITE Americans, to stand up, make some noise and lose the political correctness that is killing this nation.

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21 Responses to Black Power: A Done Deal

  1. BobF says:

    Only one word describes this piece…..OUTSTANDING!!

    I do hope it’s ok if I re-blog this.

  2. NativeSon says:

    I like it Fred. You sure seem to get a lot of good stuff sent to you…

    • TexasFred says:

      Yeah, I have some great friends… Sick sometimes, but great none the less!! 🙂

      • The Right Handed Cowboy says:

        Yepoers.. some are really sick my dear friend.. Knowing you as I do.. I firmly believe you wouldn’t have it any other way my amigo..

        One of the best articles I have read in a long while. There is not one point in the entire article which is not 100% actuate….of course that’s strictly my opinion. The only thing about the post is some blacks will vehitmately disagree with the contents of the post.
        Which at that point, any black who does disagree, will then give credence to the points which were layed out in the article…”If that makes any sense.”

        Oh well… great post my friend..

  3. Brian Haselum says:

    I see an agenda here, it is readily apparent that there has been a dumbing down of educational qualification and activity in schools if the USA. Is this being done on purpose ???. Is it An intention to create a following of sheeple, those who through lack of an educated and questioning mind will blindly follow their beloved , wonderful leader, very much as when Adolph Hitler and his regime took over the education system of Germany in 1933 and created a new age of blind followers and a pool of young soldiers ready to die for their Fuhrer.

    • cary says:

      Gee, ya think?

      It also helps that the dumbing down of one race makes the cries of “white privilege” even more ironic, since whites tend to care about their off spring.

  4. Vince Schultz says:

    One of the best articles I have read. I remember very clearly the affirmative action crap we had to put up with in the 70’s. I was in the USAF at the time and remember the totally unsuitable people that were sent to us, to train in very high tech electronics and computing. We put a lot of effort into these people, and I don’t remember any successful outcomes, yet we had to give outstanding reports of performance, regardless of the hopelessness of the results. Maybe now we are seeing the results of the forced affirmative action.

  5. Wayne says:

    Great article. I have worked with some educated black engineers (mechanical and electrical) in my manufacturing career. They are not as numerous as Asians, Japanese, Korean, Swiss, German, you get the picture. The attitude of these types of people is evident in the way they act and speak. I see all people as products of the effort they put into improving their lot in life. Our educational system is pathetic now as compared to when I was in school and is evident in the way students are allowed to dress and act towards educators regardless of ethnicity. Our society has been poisoned by political correctness which, by the way, in the article posted a few days ago, is outlined in the 45 goals for the communist takeover of our country. If bo gets fast track authority on trade agreements he will speed up the fundamental transformation of the country and we will have more niggers than we know what to do with. I’m sure he and his progressive friends want to increase that horrible 13% figure. Being an American Citizen is something they want us to be ashamed of. I will not be “dissed”. HA,HA!

  6. the unit says:

    Not watching hardly any TV, I’ve wondered what “orange is the new black” means. So I finally researched it today.
    It’s Rachel Dolezal, the orange white NAACP chick that came home to roost up in Spokane, WA. I guess more orange power to her as she’s pulled it off, they say many years.

  7. HGPSURF says:

    Yes, great piece. In many parts, but not all, of this “Muslims” can be substituted for”blacks”.

  8. dekare says:

    There is a saying…
    “To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.”

    We are ruled by blacks…they have the control now, and they know it. When slavery was an issue, and blacks were persecuted, many whites stood up for them. Whites fought for the rights of blacks, and approximately 700,000 Americans died in the defense of blacks and in ending slavery.

    Now that whites are the ones being dominated, and the shoe is on the other foot. Do you think that blacks will come to our rescue. Do you think that blacks will pass an equal rights bill protecting the rights of white people? I would not hold my breath.

    As far as many blacks are concerned, it’s payback time. And whites need to suffer for what happened to their great great great great great great grandparents.

  9. dekare says:

    …and I can not help but feel that even though many of the policies being pushed and many of the activities promoted by the blacks in charge, and approved by all the black citizens, one thing and one thing only is the hoped for outcome….and that is the harm it will do to whites. NOT for the betterment of blacks, but for the detriment it will have on white people. It’s all about punishing us. Yes it will hurt blacks too, but as long as whitey suffers, then the plan worked.

  10. Don Kelly says:

    Every thing stated seems on the money: except that there are many blacks that
    are working to correct as you state their problem, maybe not enough, but
    as long as there are some I think that there is a chance to turn this black white
    problem around. I hope so!!!!

    • TexasFred says:

      There are some wonderful and hardworking BLACK people in this nation, the NIGGERS are the enemy of all, and BLACK folks know it too.. .

      • HGPSURF says:

        There are plenty of white “Niggers”, too. Luckily they haven’t yet ruined the reputation of the white race as have the bad blacks. A main reason black power is a done deal is because the whites are on some guilt trip and feel they still owe equality to black people. Equality is earned, not automatically bestowed, and not all black or white people have even come close to earning it. I understand it is really tough for those growing up in poor communities with little parental guidance or worse, bad parental guidance. However, just like all of us it comes down to deciding how you want to live your life and what you want to make of it. No one is owed anything and no one should feel guilty for their achievements.

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