Sunday, August 29, 2010

Taking Back Has Been Carried Way Too Far

Everytime I read a news article about any group, left or right leaning, the statement made lately is that the group is somehow "Taking Back" something that they never really lost.What has been actually happening is that they have been "redefining" too many things for too long. I used to be really open minded to "grey areas" but I realise now that is all semantics and is actually a smoke screen used to disguise the fact that people don't want to be seen as what they actually are. E.G. Conservative Libertarians.The word Libertarian comes from the root meaning liberty which means liberal freedom. Liberal means open minded to change and conservative means the opposite. The obstructionists in congress lately have proven that.
You can't have a conservative libertarian any more than you can have a reptillian gopher. One of them is a reptile and one a vermin, they can't be the same. What it is doing is trying to take credit for being one thing while actually being the other.
I used to think we all needed to come together but I realize now that is a wishy washy idealistic dream presented by idealists who should already know that by now that it has never worked.
I am aware now that we have to pick a side and stick to it. Are you a fear based conservative afraid of America changing from the old West thinking or are you a liberal who is trying to change things to progress as life progresses?
OK, let's talk about facts, the ideas I wish to explain are:
a) "In any true fact finding mission, if change is necessary it will come from a need.
b) If there is a problem with the system, based on unfairness to the whole body of humans, when the majority get almost nothing so that a few others get the rest, that is a problem.
1) The first thing we do is establish a need for change, then we find all the facts.
2) Then we develop theories on what to do as a solution, we test each theory first in theory as a dialogue, then as a workable solution with steps defined, then in actual practice in a small subsection of the population.
3) When facts do not match a theory, we must change the theory because facts do not change.
Warning:
Fox News has recently started a campaign of confusion. They aren't able to prevent a liberal message, so they think they can try to hijack it by using the names of all liberal social movements and change it within the confines of their own fake branch of these movements and they think they can re-shape or subvert other messages and claim them their own cause.

Don't believe me?
Sarah Palin tried to take the steam out of the Mama Grizzlies by claiming she is one, then delivered a message for them stating that they are Pro-Life. They aren't, they are Pro-Choice and they were started by a group called Emily's List, let me show you what they had to say:



Glen Beck is trying to speak for the whole "Civil Rights" movement by saying that Black People don't own Martin Luther King. King was part of the civil rights movement that was about getting jobs and freedom and equal treatment for black people. Glen Beck wasn't even born then. They never said that they owned Martin Luther King, but he owned the message of his people and faced challenges and threats, including losing his own life for what he believed in. Black people in the United States followed what he said, faced the same hardships and dangers, and Glen Beck NEVER HAS.

Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered the "I have a dream..." speech on August 28th,1963 at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C.

Glen Beck was born, February 10th, 1964, over a year later, but listen to what he has to say about the Civil Rights Movement, and ask yourself what he is inferring here and listen to what Al Sharpton says in reply:




Also, here is Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, filling in for Ed Schultz on the MSNBC Ed Show telling us what he thinks.



Does Glen Beck Speak for the Civil Rights Movement? He wasn't even alive during the "I have a dream..." speech, how is he able to even insinuate that he was? The whole thing was mostly ALL about civil rights for black people and he knows that. His obvious attempt to play stupid and naiive on this shows he is a contemptable person.

Sarah Palin and Glen Beck are trying to confuse the actual message of the people who were and insert their own message as if they were members of these groups. They want to try to act like they are the representitives and speak for these groups. If they aren't exposed and stopped soon, America might lose it's way altogether by giving up.

My personal opinion can be seen in this message:

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