White Guilt/White Privilege

White people, hating White people, because they’re White!

Isn’t the act of condemning someone due to their race, racist? Why in the hell does this even exist, with people who pretend to despise racism? How in the hell is this even legal?

This one ticks me off to no end.

Let’s not forget about the WHITE Politicians and Puppet Masters, who (largely) orchestrate much of what we’re seeing.

They don’t start every fire in Leftist La-La-Land, but they pour plenty of fuel on all the fires.

Malcolm X use to ask “Why are all major African American organizations and movements, lead by the white man”

Make no mistake about it, our government still has some of the old White Supremacists from the 50’s and 60’s; and in their own sick and twisted ways, they’re still playing slave owner, and are managing the plantation.

This whole white guilt/white privilege rhetoric is ridiculous: no one today has owned a legal slave in America; and outside of human/sex/child trafficking, no one today in America is a legal slave.

Racism is going to exist as long as different races walk the earth.

How far are these people really willing to go, to show remorse and pity for Black Slavery in America? Will they give up their marriages, families, children, jobs, homes, cars and their bank accounts? Would they be willing to become volunteer slaves for Black Americans?

I happen to think slavery is pretty messed up, but less than 3% of Whites own slaves, not only Whites owned slaved; and often, Whites were slaves, and not just in America.

Books: “White Cargo” and “They were white and they were slaves” are little known history that goes deeper than the “indentured servant” myth floating around about how no Whites were actual slaves.

Little do most of these misguided dreamers know; while America absolutely still has its EXTREME White Supremacists, Minorities have their own EXTREME Supremacists.

They’re putting up with Whitey, for now.

Accepting Mid-Term results

The quiet civility of a Republican loss of the House demonstrates a strength; and weakness, within the collective “right”.

Had the Republicans maintained control of the House, I have no doubt that several people would have died, and our collective streets would wreak of protests, violence, personal and property damage, etc…

Notwithstanding our own “violent extremists” in the political “Right”, the majority of Republicans are extremely conservative in matters of the use of violence, to achieve our goals.

This is not exclusive to some Republican or Conservative named collection of people; nor is this an exclusively American phenomenon, as world history shows this to be one of mankind’s most oft-repeated cycles.

Imagine two great armies, meeting each other on a field of battle, on a raised platform of earth, 900 feet above the ground.

The average political right will allow those on the opposite side, to push us right up to the very edge of our complete demise; and that is one reason why history records thousands of cases where a generally politically peaceful people, get pushed too far, then retaliate with severe repercussions.

We’ll try, and try, and try, and try, to appease the whining minority, but they eventually reach a point of transitioning from being a people demanding special rights in the name of equal rights, to being in a majority position and pursuing revenge against their opponent.

Such “cycles” that exist and repeat through history, are some of the greatest tools mankind has for knowing what works, and what doesn’t.

The sheer lack of education learned from studying the absolute plethora of examples recorded in history, is why we often hear “those who don’t know/study the past, are doomed to repeat it”; and the most disheartening thing about this reality, is that they doom the rest of mankind, through their ignorance and lack of education on such an abundant library of information.

Again, this is another aspect of/in all that is R.A.F.O.N.

This continuous rise and fall of nations, is not something mankind can erase, but with an educated mindset of such things that do repeat so often, the masses could better themselves overall, if they’d simply heed the warning sings, before the parasites of time, arise once more, to eviscerate their host.

We’re not out in the streets rioting, looting, etc… but another viscous cycle has the pendulum of time, swinging towards a reckoning of those who mistake meekness, for weakness.

I’m not prophesying anything here; nor am I calling for a violent revolution of the collective right, against the collective left, but as a long time student of world history, the next “Cull” is coming, and it won’t be stopped.

J.W. Bowers


The Antebellum Years

Though exact dates in history are often the subject of higher criticism, America endured an era known as the “antebellum (Before the war) years” and this speaks (roughly) of an America; post War of 1812, up to the beginning of the Civil War in 1861.

Prior to this antebellum era, the American landscape was comprised almost exclusively of farmers and frontiersmen/woodsmen, but industry was moving forward at a never before seen pace: with the inventions and advancements of the water-powered rolling, cotton gin, steam engine, and other (mostly farming) machinery, America was rapidly changing from a loose connection of states to an industrial nation.

I found an interesting story of a man named Samuel Slater (Born 1768-Died 1835) – “The Father of the American Industrial Revolution” who moved from England to the U.S. in 1789 @ 21 years of age. Samuel came to the U.S. the year our Constitution was ratified by Congress. Samuel was in the U.S. long enough to witness our birth, the War of 1812 and the earliest years of this antebellum period.

Having worked in the textile/fabric factories in England (Built the 1st textile mills in the U.S.), Samuel brought a lot of advanced knowledge of the industry with him to the U.S.

From his emergence on the scene in 1789 until 1815 (End of the War of 1812) there were more than 140 cotton mills within 20 miles of Providence, Rhode Island; and Samuel owned 13 of his own before his death.

While the “South” was primarily known for its agriculture and shipping industries, the North; and Westward expansion, were witnessing not only this onslaught of industrial growth, but a great influx of people migrating to the larger cities.

From Virginia southward to Florida, and westward to the coasts of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas, some of America’s greatest shipping ports were found: as the eventual Confederacy (South) would own nearly all eastern sea ports, the “South” was also harassed with increasing and massive import/export taxation and fees, by the Federal Government, though much of those imported goods were headed to people, homes and businesses, in the North.

Population, industrial and economic growths were the single largest contributing factors that gave the north a greater advantage in the ensuing Civil War of 1861-1865. The continued progression of free and slave states and territories, saw its infancy even before America declared independence from Great Britain, up to the ratification of the 13th amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1865; which officially abolished slavery.

The abolition movement itself was furthered spurred on by other social movements such as women’s rights and labor movements: women’s suffrage itself almost lost its infancy fight for what would become the 19th amendment, due to many southern white women not wanting to stand on/with the abolition movement itself, with many believing that standing with abolitionists, would hurt their own cause.

This antebellum era saw some of the largest labor union movements in American history. In major cities such as Baltimore, Boston, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Detroit and New York, manufacturing was booming, but laborers suffered tremendously under 12-14 hour shifts, horrid and unsafe working conditions.

These long shifts, no benefits and dangerous working conditions were not exclusive to men only, with women and children comprising a good portion of labor positions in manufacturing. States; beginning with New Hampshire (1847) and Pennsylvania (1848), passed more and more legislation, protecting Union’s

Religion itself grew exponentially in the antebellum era, and played a major role in the abolition movement; as for many, slavery was indeed, a sin. In addition to slavery, this religious movement also played a role in the women’s movement, child labor, and other social and cultural areas of life, economic concerns and even political areas.

The antebellum era was also witness to the peak (1820-1850) of the “The 2nd Great Awakening” (1790-1850). A tremendous revival that focused largely on conversion to the Christian faith, a return to higher moral standards, condemnation of alcohol, and with a particular emphasis on curing many of society’s ills: slavery, women’s rights, and other things viewed as “sin”, in eager anticipation of the return of Christ. For many, a focus was to bring heaven to earth, by creating it through their own actions and piety.

As history records in its name, this “Antebellum” Era closes with the looming Civil War.

Our next segment in our History series.

A Post Slavery America? – Does it exist?

An investigative beginning of all things R.A.F.O.N. (Rise And Fall Of Nations)

Elements exist within the matrix framework that is R.A.F.O.N.; whereby the government itself, not only facilitates crime among the citizenry, but imports even more crime as domestic crime decreases.

It is well established those factions of the Alphabet Gang within the United States Government: FBI, CIA, DHS, NSA, DOJ, etc… instigate, fund and facilitate crimes all across the country, in addition to our foreign entanglements.

The inner-cities are the ripest ground for the easiest prey, because the poorest communities often offer the most plagued with opportunists: whether for drugs, guns, prostitution and other human trafficking, or even gang related crime.

America’s Government history of instigating, funding and facilitating crimes in these areas is well documented; from the crack epidemic, to random weapons and ammunition drop-offs at 3:00 in the morning, the inner-cities are America’s greatest cash crop to keep the courts, and for-profit jails and prisons, packed beyond capacity.

Every identity demographic (Race, Ethnicity, Religion, Sex, Sexual preference, Social status, Income, Political affiliation, etc…) that can be imagined, is further reduced to minority numbers of “victims” of any flavor: this tactic is widely used in the slavery institute and trade. I say “is” because as much as mankind has progressed as a whole against this evil institution, slavery still exists in numerous parts of the world.

Plantation Politics is best understood in how you pit one “group” against “another”, in order to assert greater control over the masses. Within the slave trade, darker slaves and light skinned slaves are pitted against each other; older and younger are pitted against one another, weaker against stronger, males and females pitted against each other, and the house slaves pitted against the field slaves.

Though the outright buying and selling of humans has been eradicated in the west, slavery itself was not altogether abolished, but was merely transformed into economic slavery; and for the greater overall population, versus the tiny minority that were actually involved in the slave trade.

Next installment of series will be “The Antebellum Years”