One of the most effective strategies of the cultural Marxists is to divide society along cultural lines. They did it very successfully this year in their crusade to eliminate “don’t ask, don’t tell,” a policy that worked beautifully for nearly 20 years. Ironically, the military is the one place in a representative democracy where the democratic system cannot be allowed; military recruits are not given a vote.
Yet that is essentially how the Obama Administration engineered the abolishment of a policy that was working well for all concerned. They took a survey among military recruits weighted to get the results they wanted and released it to the media, and ignored the overwhelming advise of the military commanders. Voila!
And now they’re already at it again in Houston, with the founding of America’s first black tea party, where the predisposed media showed up to discredit the upstarts before they get started.
“At least half of the 75 or so people who attended the first meeting are white and have been defending the rights of taxpayers for a while,” writes Fox 26 reporter Sally MacDonald.
Talk about the ol’ subtle tsk, tsk. Of course this is really just a group of whites who organized a few stupid black people to front what all Americans know is a racist grassroots movement.
Here’s another MacDonald quote:
“Newly elected Texas State Representative James Early White (R-TX District 12) isn’t worried about taking any heat for being a Black Tea Party activist. He won in a predominantly white district.”
Why, that insufferable Uncle Tom!