Friday, February 6, 2015

My January 2015 Columns at Faith.Family.Freedom--plus Today's Column

Today
"Oh Come, All Ye Faithful"


The Devil's Advocate You Know

(Seen in the comments here: "At this point, the wretched Corpseman is just trolling.")

January

Living in Chaos
Still Dreaming
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My January 2015 DaTechGuyBlog Columns

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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

I'm Writing at a New (Additional) Place

My friend Joseph C. Phillips invited me to write at his new site: Family.Faith.Freedom.

My first column, Still Dreaming, outlines my evolving outlook on homelessness--as it happens, from a first-person standpoint.

Be sure to add JCP's site to your list of regular reads. He has a number of proven contributors there, including himself.

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Saturday, January 10, 2015

Azealia Banks Perfectly Counters My Scattered Post

This woman doesn't know how correct she is.
Right. Our ancestors originally tried to reach God in their own way and time, rather than being obedient to Him. (And the Enemy acknowledges God's existence as well.)

Going on, Ms. Banks refers to black Christians as "Uncle Toms." Aside from the illiterate reference, we know what she means. And, in light of the Nimrod-Babel story in the Bible, there is a deeper meaning to her insult: those of us of black African descent who choose to reach out to God in the manner that He prescribes--instead of in our own manner--are traitors to the prideful and disobedient Nimrod, son of Cush.

Remember what Jesus the Christ said:
Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.
--John 14:6*

And this:
34 Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.
35 For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law.
36 And a man's foes shall be they of his own household.
--Matthew 10:34-36

Or his tribe.
Not natural-born, but have so become because of Nimrod--a curse. That curse is lifted only through following Jesus the Christ, acknowledging that He died for our sins, rose again, and by submitting to His Lordship over us.

Ms. Banks is urging black persons to revert to the religion that Nimrod built and become our own lords.
Things will surely become fixed under the supernatural powers of the enemies of God...for three and a half years.

Choose ye this day whom ye will serve, black people: God or your stinking carcass. The choice stands.

*All Bible quotes are KJV.

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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Moving Again

I don't know where to. Please pray for me.

UPDATE: The Son of Man had no earthly place to lay His head either, But His Father provided and I know that will be so for me, as well.

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Monday, January 5, 2015

Pandemic

A sickness is spreading. Its aerosolized symptoms are everywhere. But most people don’t want to hear about it or read about it.

I’ve talked about it before—focused on religious and secular aspects—but few can see it.

I’ve even cussed readers out about it, to no avail.

This happened yesterday.
A handful of […] radicals took to the restaurants of New York City Sunday morning to demand…attention. The attention they got they didn’t much care for.On Twitter under the hashtag “#BlackBrunchNYC,” they “stormed” eateries offering brunch and draw attention to themselves.
Across town, so did this.
The funeral of NYPD Officer Wenjian Liu will be held Sunday in Brooklyn, New York, and police officers from across the nation have begun to arrive to pay their respects at Saturday’s viewing. Liu was killed execution-style in his patrol car Dec. 20 along with Officer Rafael Ramos, whose funeral was held last weekend.
I wish I was skilled enough to make up the juxtaposition of the Blacker-Than-Thou crowd storming the "beaches" of brunching weaklings and the funeral of a murdered Chinese-American NYPD officer—murdered along with his Puerto Rican partner in the name of alleged persecution of black citizens by white cops. But I’m not that good.

Also reported on the same day, was this.
For more than a decade, corporations have shelled out thousands of dollars in donations and consulting fees to [Al] Sharpton’s National Action Network. What they get in return is the reverend’s [sic] supposed sway in the black community or, more often, his silence.
We certainly remember that this was “Reverend” Jesse Jackson method of enriching himself (scroll down) via his Rainbow/PUSH Coalition—and it still is, seeing as he was invited address Microsoft’s annual meeting on the topic of diversity.
Jackson sat in the second row next to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer who is still the company's largest individual shareholder. Ballmer stepped down from Microsoft's board in August to focus on his $2 billion purchase of the Los Angeles Clippers[!]
I do recall that, there were a number of companies that refused to be…ahem…blackmailed by Jackson. But only a few.

Sharpton’s game is much tighter than Jackson’s, however: a regular, paid commentary gig at a major news network, CWI (commenting while illiterate); frequent guest at the White [sic] House. You have to hand it to him.

These things bring forth the question: why? Why do American corporations openly support these two obvious racial hucksters? The answer is here: "frequent guest at the White [sic] House." That fact suggests a widespread...conspiracy.

But all of these things are merely symptoms.

Here’s another.

I recall a segment of Jay Leno’s Jaywalking, in which he asks simple questions about the Constitution and the government to an old black man, and, later, to the man’s son and daughter-in law. Jay separated the old man from his family and the man answered every single question correctly.

Later, when Jay asked the same questions of the son and daughter-in-law, they could answer none of them. When Jay asked the old man why he hadn’t taught his offspring what he knew, the man’s reply was telling.

He had assumed that the public school system had taught his children the things he had been taught.

As I recall, someone pointed out that the old man is probably a product of some segregated southern schooling.

The symptoms…they are all around us.

When did the onset of the disease begin? Well, one could go all the way back to the Garden of Eden. But, that is, mostly, a futile trip because people don’t read the Bible, not even Christians.

Or, perhaps, a trip to the well-publicized plans of the Gramscians  and the CPUSA would be in order. Nah, too much reading and analysis.

Or, why not the deliberate dumbing down of the children of the non-elites? Or even the deliberate sabotage of the instruction of arithmetic?

Or the deliberate mating of black illegitimacy with the proliferation of drugs coupled with the War thereupon? (More about that in a later post.) You wonder where all of these angry, feral black teenagers came from? I don’t.

So what do we call the disease? Help me out here. 

I can hear it now: “Aren’t you quite the conspiracy theorist?”

You don’t have to believe me. You can even call me crazy. But the spores of this disease will continue to float upon the wind, regardless of your unbelief. Or, perhaps, because of it.


(Thanks to Discover the Networks


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The Herding Series in One Place

Someone on Twitter asked me to post a link to my old blog's Herding Series, so that it can be easily accessed. (Except for this notice, the one in the tabs up top is identical to this post.)

As regular readers know, I've done this countless times, but the request was a reasonable one so I decided to created a page with pertinent quotes. If readers think that other quotes are significant, feel free to suggest them.

The Herding, Part One
For much of its existence, the United States of America did not live up to her stated standard with respect to her citizens--her People--who are black. Before the Information age (the Television Age) it was relatively easy for most of America's other People to ignore the state in which her black People existed. But by the time Dr. Martin Luther King and others asked his countrymen to remember the vision of the Founders, the Television Age was in full bloom. America's other People saw, remembered and did what was right. And, more rapidly than can be imagined; in less time than my almost fifty years, things changed.
Since the founding, America has been beset by those who did not understand the Founding Principles, did not know about them or—most pertinently—those who see freedom for all Americans as a threat to their power.The latter have included former colonial powers, domestic federal benches and, sometimes, presidents of the United States. But, most often, this number has included more strategic thinkers—long-term planners with concrete goals. Such are the organized Left of the last hundred years. Leftists seeks to hinder all forms of freedom and seeks to do so via government.
The Herding, Part Two
In this second part, my purpose is to detail another tactical weapon of the Left, the purpose of which has been to instill a set of attitudes in the minds of the American populace; in this case, the mindset is meant for white Americans.
If the Left has been successful at keeping racial grievance in the forefront of black American agenda—in indoctrinating black Americans into believing that retaining racial anger at whites is inherent in being black and essential for black survival--it has also been successful in later years of producing a certain mindset in white Americans.  Actually this seems to be two mindsets, but it is really a singular one—a two-headed beast.  The first is guilt-fear and the second is unproductive anger.
The Herding, Part Three: Cold Tribal War Going Hot?

Through this mindset, black Americans have become the organized Left's shock troops in latter’s war against America and all too many of us have become the Left's overseers, tasked to force the "deserters" back into formation using the tools of ridicule and shame. I almost said that the Left was at war with black people, but the Left doesn't esteem blacks enough to deem us as their enemies. We are merely tools to be used for the task at hand—to foment violent racial discord which will have to be put down using infinitely stronger government violence--and to be discarded when the task is completed, assuming that there will be any of us left after the New Civil War.  And we let ourselves be used for one reason: tribal vengeance; for slavery and for oppression.

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Monday, December 29, 2014

Agitating Dirty


In “Holder and Obama are making race relations worse, inflaming hatred”, John Fund and Hans Von Spakovsky point out that one Alfred Sharpton has become the new Civil Rights Leader, even though he is
[f]ar from becoming the “refined agitator” his apologists now claim him to be [and] is the same racial charlatan and rabble-rouser of the past using slightly new tricks.
Really? Looks like the same one to me, with a lap-band and a less flamboyant conk.

Every now and then, I still see non-black conservatives exhort black persons to “stop listening to Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton” and to “get new leaders,” or something similar. It would be good advice, if it were true that black person had voted for or, somehow, appointed such persons to “lead us” in the first place.

But we did not. So where do these people come from?


Sharpton has been a hilariously awful commentator for MSNBC for a bit. But even before that, MSNBC, CNN and even Fox News had been sticking microphones under him and other "civil rights leaders" as the go-to guys--and sometimes girls--as if they were the go-betweens for "the black community" and the rest of America.

I call Bravo Sierra.

“Civil rights leaders” never just spontaneously came to the fore; they are and have always been created. The rise in the fortunes--literally and figuratively--of Sharpton  should be proof of this. (And, as it turns out, Sharpton has always hidden backers, later revealed.)


 Even the concept of a civil rights leader is a created one. But, ‘agitator’ is better because it is more descriptive. The word makes me think of that part inside your washing machine--the constant spinning and the noise-making. And that’s where the comparison ends.

No one will be made clean and whole by Al Sharpton's latest product. And his most recent backers are far from hidden.

It all depends on whether you will allow yourselves to see it.

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Adopting the New Tagline and Shaking Off the Old One

I changed my tagline to reflect my personal philosophy of work. The old one--Member of the Funny Name Club--was inspired by something that the president said back when he was a candidate, and, while I thought I thought it was pithy--especially considering the differences between his political philosophy and mine--it was time to change it. There was too much baggage in it; bigoted baggage that I don't carry.

The new tagline was inspired by the demand by certain elements that others "give" them jobs--a constant refrain that bothered me and, for a while, I couldn't put my finger on why I was bothered. Then, the Eureka! moment came: the giving was expected, whether the recipient had earned it--through education and/or experience--or not.

Creating one's own job seems radical, but it isn't. we see it happen everyday. It's just that Americans have come to expect other people to give them jobs, something which may contradict Jesus' Parable of the Talents.

My problem has been lack of confidence and fear: would anything I write make a difference? Would I be ridiculed for my rather quirky way of expressing myself? But those rhetorical questions reflect something I've been railing against for years: pride and fear. I guess it's true that people criticize that which they dislike about themselves.

My job--my talent--is to write and I can still freely do that, so I will.

Speaking of that, I started a Dollar-Off Sale for my book, which will last until tonight. If you're interested, go buy. Remember, if you buy the paper version from me (and not Amazon), it will be autographed.

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